Synonyms for dakishimete or Related words with dakishimete


Examples of "dakishimete"
On November 8, Tsunku announced in his blog that, in order to be able to meet the deadline for the Juice=Juice single Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo / Hajimete wo Keiken-chuu release date, Ishida would take Karin Miyamoto's place in the "Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo" Dance Shot version of the music video.[2]
The song "Amethyst" was included in his second classical compilation, "Yoshiki Selection II", and with "Ima wo Dakishimete" in his second classical studio album, "Eternal Melody II".
In 1985, Imamichi (under the alias "Chakku Mūton," or "Chuck Mouton") composed "Ura Niwa no Gare-ji de Dakishimete" (lit. "Embrace Me in the Backyard Barage") for Seiko Matsuda's album entitled "Strawberry Time".
"Sotto Kuchi Tsukete Gyuuto Dakishimete" is the second single from Japanese pop singer Miki Fujimoto and was released on June 12, 2002. It sold a total of 40,450 copies, peaking at number four on the Oricon charts.
On November 3, were released two singles written and co-produced by Yoshiki, "Amethyst" and "Ima wo Dakishimete", with the second being a karaoke adaptation of the second orchestral song from the first single, which wasn't included in the album.
"Dakishimete!" debuted on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart at number 20 with 52,150 copies sold in its first week. The single charted for six weeks and has sold a total of 96,140 copies.
In the third counting week of November, they reached number five and three on the charts, with sales of 74,740 and 85,610 copies, and charted for five and eighteen weeks. In 1994, "Ima wo Dakishimete" was the 35th annual best-selling single, with sales of 581,610 copies, and won the "Excellence award" at the "36th Japan Record Awards".
"Summer Trip" is the fifty-fifth single by singer-songwriter Koda Kumi and is her first summer single in nearly two years. The single was a double a-side and contained one b-side. It debuted at #7 on Oricon Daily, losing out to CNBLUE's "lady" and DAIGO's "Itsumo Dakishimete/Mugen∞REBIRTH."
"Clap!" performance series for a location for the period of time that is 2006 where members perform covers songs originally done by major artists. Usually only a number of members perform because the members live in different neighborhoods. Tim Kurokawa and two former PrizmaX members were featured in Matsurika & Alice's song "HUG~Dakishimete Kudasai".
"Ocean" is the thirty-ninth single by B'z, released on August 10, 2005. This song is one of the duo's many number-one singles in the Oricon charts, and has sold over 505,000 copies. As B-sides, the single features "Dear My Lovely Pain" and "Narifuri Kamawazu Dakishimete", which is an outtake from "The Circle". "Ocean" was used as the theme of "Umizaru Evolution", a Japanese television drama adaptation of the manga "Umizaru".
"Summer Trip" is Japanese artist Koda Kumi's fifty-fifth single under the Avex sub-label Rhythm Zone. The single charted at #7 on the Oricon Singles Charts, coming in behind CNBLUE's "lady" single and DAIGO's "Itsumo Dakishimete/Mugen∞Rebirth" for a spot in the top five. However, it jumped to take #5 on the second day and took #6 on the weekly charts. The single became her first summer single since 2011's "4 Times."
Other prominent pinku eiga directors for whom Asabuki acted were Shogoro Nishimura in "Woman with the Pierced Nipples" ("Chikubi Ni Pierce O Shita Onna") (1983), and Masaru Konuma in "Stewardess Scandal: Hold Me Like an Animal" (Stewardess Scandal: Kemono No Youni Dakishimete) (1984). When asked to comment on Asabuki, Konuma said, "A nice girl. Very responsive. One of the only actresses who could speak multiple languages. I had her talk English in one of the sex scenes. I liked the way it sounded."
The Komuro-produced "Promise to Promise," which was released four months prior to the compilation was included on the album in the form of a remix. The original version, which peaked at number 17 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart, selling over 140,000 copies and becoming Mizuki's first single to enter the top twenty since "Dakishimete!" (1995), was later included on Mizuki's third compilation album "Fiore II".
Their first single, "Dakishimete Shwarz", was released on 1 May 2008, followed by four more consecutive singles. Their first two albums, "The Golden J-POPS" and "Renai Shuukyouron" were put on sale on December 24, 2007, and their first live DVD was released that same day. In 2009 Golden Bomber had 12 consecutive one-man concerts on the 1st day of each month and performed a country-wide 4646 tour. Their most famous song, "Memeshikute", was released as single on 21 October 2009.
Wands is the first mini studio album by Japanese rock band Wands. The album includes 2 previously released singles, Sabishisa wa Aki no Iro and Furimuite Dakishimete. The album was released on June 17, 1992 under B-Gram Records label. It reached #10 rank on the Oricon charts for its first week with 4,910 sold copies. It charted for 37 weeks and sold 349,420 copies.
The albums contains two songs from his first single "Amethyst", the title track and "Ima wo Dakishimete". The second song was also released as a single in karaoke adaptation, in 1994 was the 35th annual best-selling single, and won the "Excellence Award" at the "36th Japan Record Awards". There are two orchestral arrangements of X Japan's songs "Longing" and "Forever Love", studio versions of songs from Yoshiki's symphonic concerts held in 2002, and the new song "Without You".
Following the single "Dakishimete" and the album "Sora" in February 2010, he would co-star in the second Broadway musical "Chicago" in June. Kawamura also performed the "No Mic, No Speakers Concert #003" tour from August through September, which, as the name suggests, was performed without a microphone or any type of electronic amplification. On August 13 he performed at the Jack in the Box 2010 Summer festival. Also in August, he appeared with the other members of Luna Sea at a press conference in Hong Kong, where they officially announced their reunion and their 20th Anniversary World Tour Reboot -to the New Moon-.
"Aitakute Ima" was written by Misia, while the composition and production were handled by Jun Sasaki. It served as theme song for the first season of the TBS drama "Jin", starring Takao Osawa, Haruka Ayase and Miki Nakatani. "Aitakute Ima" is Misia's first song in five years to be used in a TV drama. The first pressing of the single came housed in a sleeve case with a see-through cutout. The single includes two B-sides: "Kuchibiru to Kuchibiru," also featured on "Just Ballade", which Misia describes as the mature version of the song "Kiss Shite Dakishimete," from her first album "Mother Father Brother Sister", and "Love Truly," which was written by essayist Mayumi Satō and first performed during The Tour of Misia Discotheque Asia.
Cute is the fourth studio album by Japanese recording artist Arisa Mizuki, released through Nippon Columbia on July 21, 1995. It is predominately a pop music album. "Cute" was released only seventh months after "" and is Mizuki's last studio album to be released under Nippon Columbia. The album produced two singles, "Anata no Sedai e Kuchizuke o", written and produced by Tetsuya Komuro, and "Dakishimete!." Both singles debuted within the top twenty, with "Anata no Sedai e Kuchizuke o" becoming Mizuki's last single to break the top ten. Despite not being released as a single, track seven, "Kagayaite Ite (10 Years After)," was used as theme song for the NHK television and radio program "Minna no Uta" throughout June and July 1995.
The set commences with "Hanashitakunai" by the Youngers, who re-appear with other up-tempoed, fuzz-laced confections such as "Zin Zin Zin", "My Love, My Love" and "Do the Whip The Carnabeats' frantic British Invasion-inspired sound is featured on several cuts such "Chu Chu Chu", "Sutekina Sandy", "Give Me Lovin'", and "Love Only You". The Tempters are more stylistically and rhythmically diverse as evidenced in "Himitsu No Haikutoba", "Kono Mune Ni Dakishimete", "Bokutachi Tenshi", and "Kamisama Onegai". The Jaguars start with "Dancing Lonely Night" but then venture into the album's most intense flight into psychedelia with "Seaside Bound", then return with "Stop the Music", and "Beat Train". The Savage provide a surf rock instrumental in "Space Express". Lind & the Linders manage to combine 60s garage raunch with pop polish in "Koi Ni Shiberete".