Synonyms for chitose_hajime or Related words with chitose_hajime

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Examples of "chitose_hajime"
The ending theme is "Ryūgū no Tsukai" (竜宮の使い) by Chitose Hajime.
She also won a championship on a Fuji Television program "" on December 11, 2015, by imitating Ayumi Hamasaki, Superfly and Chitose Hajime during 28 professional impressionists and singers.
Mouquet has composed and produced for different artists such as Josh Groban (Closer), (Awake), Ana Torroja (Mecano), Mell (Japan), Chitose Hajime (Japan), Sa Dingding (Deep China).
A cover of this song has been recorded by Chitose Hajime in 2001. It has also been covered by The Mars Volta in 2008.
Chitose Hajime began learning shamisen under her mother's encouragement from a young age. At age 10 she began to pick up ""shima-uta"", a style of singing passed down through generations.
In music, female solo singers Namie Amuro, Cocco, Beni (American father), Chitose Hajime, male solo singer-songwriter and actor Gackt, members of band Begin, Orange Range, Mongol800 and High and Mighty Color, members of group Speed, MAX and Da Pump (four original members).
He was a member of Fukumimi, a band formed by artists from the same label Office Augusta; it consisted of Shikao Suga, Masayoshi Yamazaki, Kyoko (杏子), and later on Chitose Hajime, COIL, Araki Yuko (mi-gu), Sukima Switch and others.
In 2005, famous Amami Ōshima singer Chitose Hajime collaborated with Ryuichi Sakamoto by translating "Kız Çocuğu" into Japanese, retitling it "" [死んだ女の子]). It was performed live at the Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima on the eve of the 60th Anniversary (5 August 2005) of Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The song later appeared as a bonus track on Chitose's album "Hanadairo" in 2006.
Box Emotions is the second studio album by Japanese pop-rock band Superfly, released on September 2, 2009. It debuted at the number-one spot on the Oricon weekly album charts, making Superfly the first female artist in six years, since Chitose Hajime, to have her first two albums debut at the top of the charts. For the Japanese iTunes Store Rewind of 2009, "Box Emotions" was the album of the year. "Hanky Panky" was sent to radio stations as a promo single, and "Haru no Maboroshi" was sold as an album preview and pre-order bonus on the iTunes Store; it is still available as a separate single through iTunes.
Each season uses different songs for its opening and ending themes. For the first season of "Blood+," the opening theme is by Hitomi Takahashi and the ending theme is by Chitose Hajime. "Seasons’ Call" by Hyde is used as the opening for the second season, and "Cry No More" by Mika Nakashima is used for the ending. For the third season, the opening theme is "Colors of the Heart" by Uverworld and the ending theme is "This Love" by Angela Aki. Final season episodes open with by Jinn and close with "Brand New Map" by K. For the series finale, however, "The Things I Pass Down" is reprised for the closing sequence.
The local folk songs in Amami are called "shima uta". Although "shima" means "island" in Japanese, it means "community" in Amami. Thus "shima uta" literally means "communities' songs". Singers of "shima uta" are called (lit. "singer"). Some "utasha" also sing pop songs as well, examples include Chitose Hajime, Kousuke Atari, RIKKI, and . Some believe that the word "shima uta" originally referred to Amami folk songs only, and is therefore now mistakenly used for Okinawan folk songs. The Japanese rock band The Boom's 1992 hit song called "Shima Uta", which incorporated some Okinawan styles and thus causes confusion as to the precision of the term. Others argue the word was used for Okinawan folk songs as well even before 1992.
Except for the opening and ending themes, the entire musical score for "Blood+" was the work of noted film score producer Hans Zimmer and noted composer Mark Mancina. "Blood+" was the first anime project Mancina worked on, and afterward he stated that working on the project turned him into an anime fan. All of the opening and ending themes were created at Sony Music for the project, after the production team, headed by Yutaka Omatsu, presenting the project concept and "Blood+" worldview. The opening and ending themes are performed by a variety of artists, including Hitomi Takahashi, Chitose Hajime, Hyde, Mika Nakashima, Angela Aki, Uverworld, Jinn, and K. In an interview with Production I.G staff, Omatsu noted that he felt Sony did an excellent job of providing music fitting for each season, as did the team of Zimmer and Mancina.