Synonyms for daiki_arioka or Related words with daiki_arioka

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Examples of "daiki_arioka"
Daiki Arioka starred in a TV drama called "Okitegami Kyoko no Biboroku", as Narikawa Nuru.
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The members continued to make appearances in various shows and dramas. Hikaru Yaotome and Daiki Arioka are now regulars on the show "Hirunandesu!".
On April 3 of 2007, he began activities with Hey! Say! 7, with fellow Hey! Say! JUMP members, Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen, starting with a public performance at a KAT-TUN spring concert tour.
From October to December 2008, he played the main role, Toichi Takasugi, in a three-month long television drama series, "Scrap Teacher", along with Daiki Arioka, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen.
On April 12, 2008, Nakajima got his first lead role on the drama "Sensei Wa Erai" along with his co Hey! Say! JUMP member Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuri Chinen.
On June 2, 2003, Yuri entered Johnny & Associates as a trainee. Daiki Arioka, who would later also debut as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP, was also there during that time. On April 3, 2007, he began activities with Hey! Say! 7 starting with a public performance at a KAT-TUN concert.
During a KAT-TUN spring concert on April 3, 2007, Yuya Takaki, Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen were announced to be part of a new group called Hey! Say! 7. The name stands for that all members are born in the Heisei period and that the year of their formation was 2007.
"Ride With Me" is a single by Hey! Say! JUMP, released on December 25, 2013. The song was used as the theme song for the drama, "Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo Gokumon Juku Satsujin Jiken", starring group members, Daiki Arioka and Ryosuke Yamada, which aired in January 2014.
On October 11, 2008, Nakajima played another lead role in the drama called "Scrap Teacher". The theme song used in the drama was Hey! Say! JUMP's fourth single "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy". Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuri Chinen also co-star in the drama.
Initially, the temporary status of the group was unclear, worrying a lot of fans of the Johnny's Jr's group J.J. Express as it could mean that the group was splitting up and that Yuya Takaki, Daiki Arioka and Yuto Nakajima would permanently be in this group instead.
He joined Johnny & Associates as a Johnny's Jr. He appeared regularly on the show, "Ya-Ya-yah", as well as J&A show, "Shounen Club". He later became a part of the group J.J. Express with Yuya Takaki, Daiki Arioka, and Yuto Nakajima. He debuted on September 24, 2007 as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP.
The single is Hey! Say! JUMP's first actual love song, which is used as a theme to the TV drama "Scrap Teacher" starring Hey! Say! JUMP members Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima, Yuri Chinen. The song has sad, passionate lyrics and a melancholic melody with a Spanish taste. Limited edition includes a bonus DVD with the music video of "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy," making-of footage, and alternate jacket artwork. Regular edition features three bonus karaoke versions.
Shuzaburo Kusaka (Yuto Nakajima) is a junior high student attending a school which is due to close. He tries to learn despite the inept teachers and rowdy students. Toranosuke Sugi (Kamiji Yusuke), his homeroom teacher, is new and idealistic, unlike the other teachers. One day, Kusaka meets three boys, new students at the school: Tōichi Takasugi (Ryosuke Yamada), Eitarō Yoshida (Yuri Chinen), and Sugizō Irie (Daiki Arioka). They transfer to his class and work to change the ethos of the school.
In 2005, he made his debut as an actor and had appeared in a couple of dramas including the drama special for "24 Hour Television", and "Nobuta wo Produce" with two of his agency seniors, Kamenashi Kazuya, and Yamashita Tomohisa. He also appeared in "Engine" along with current bandmate, Daiki Arioka. He continued his junior work and was cast in the drama "Primadam" in 2006, and towards the end of the year, he was chosen to be part of Tap Kids, a Johnny's Jr. group, along with Kanda Noriyuki.
Ryosuke Yamada made his solo debut with the single, "Mystery Virgin" in January 2013. The debut single served as the drama theme song for the live action adaptation drama of "Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo: Hong Kong Kowloon Treasure Murder Case". Ryosuke Yamada was cast as the 4th generation who portrays the famous hero of the series, Hajime Kindaichi. Another member of the group Daiki Arioka also appeared in the show as a supporting role. The drama was aired overseas, featuring famous cast members from Korea and Taiwan, including Wu Chun, Seungri of Big Bang, and Vivian Hsu.
He was in a 2008 drama, "One-Pound Gospel", as "Yoshihiko" in Episode 3, with Hey! Say! JUMP member Ryosuke Yamada and their senpai, Kazuya Kamenashi (KAT-TUN). In the same year, he played in the drama "Sensei wa erai!" as Umeno Wataru, along with other Hey! Say! JUMP members: Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada and Yuto Nakajima. In October 2008, he was in the drama called "Scrap Teacher: Kyoshi Saisei" as Yoshida Eitaro, along with the same Hey! Say! JUMP members that played with him in "Sensei wa erai!".
The group released their third single "Dreams Come True" on May 21, which topped the Oricon Chart. In July 2008 it was announced that the group's fourth new single "Your Seed" would be used as the image song for Japanese release of the animated film "Kung-Fu Panda". In October 2008, the group released their fifth single and first love song, "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy", which was used as the theme song for the drama, "Scrap Teacher" starring members Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima, and Yuri Chinen.
Ryosuke Yamada portrays Hajime Kindaichi again in the drama series of Kindaichi called "Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo Neo", alongside a fellow member, Daiki Arioka who portrays Saki Ryuji in the drama. During the same season, Yuto Nakajima had his first drama lead in "Suikyu Yankees", alongside Yuya Takaki, who played Torao Kitajima. Takaki also starred in the dramas: "Dr. DMAT" as Kenji Komatsu and "HAMU" as Nanbu Hirotsugo in the same year. The group released a double A side single called "Weekender/Asu e no YELL", which serves as the theme song for both Yamada's and Nakajima's dramas. The single topped the Oricon chart.
Hikaru Yaotome both composed and wrote the song titled "Ai☆Sukuriimu" (アイ☆スクリーム). Kota Yabu, Yuya Takaki, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima, and Yuri Chinen participated in writing lyrics for the new songs. Daiki Arioka arranged one of the songs that Yuya Takaki wrote: "Time". Kei Inoo and Keito Okamoto participated in the studio session for the new songs as musical performers. The lyrics for the song titled "Thank you (Bokutachi kara kimi e)" (Thank You ~僕たちから君へ~, lit. "Thank you: From us to you") were written by Hey! Say! JUMP.