Synonyms for fuyumi_sakamoto or Related words with fuyumi_sakamoto

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Examples of "fuyumi_sakamoto"
The premiere episode will be 73 minutes longer, and features Ikimonogakari, Tatsuya Ishii, Sayuri Ishikawa, Yukino Ichikawa, Midori Oka, AKB48, Chris Hart, Saburo Kitajima, Ayaka Hirakawa, Fuyumi Sakamoto, Akira Fuse, Keisuke Yamauchi, Il Divo and Sumire.
A special showcase from this year's Taiga Drama "Sanada Maru" is also being planned. On November 25, 2016, SPORTS NIPPON made a prediction of who will be the "Ootori" this year. Seiko Matsuda and Fuyumi Sakamoto are strong candidates for Akagumi, while Arashi is most likely to hold Ootori for Shirogumi. Ultimately, Arashi was chosen as Ootori.
Her debut as a singer was a cover version of "Yozakura Oshichi", originally sung by Fuyumi Sakamoto. She went on to perform with others in the cast of Campus Night Fuji in a group called Campus Nighters. In March 2011 she released a single "Destin Histoire" under the name "yoshiki*lisa".
Other new enka singers around that time included Fuyumi Sakamoto and Ayako Fuji. Hibari Misora, at the age of 50, released the single "Midaregami" on December 10, 1987. "Midaregami" reached the No. 9 position on the Oricon weekly charts. Yasushi Akimoto wrote the lyrics of her 1989 single "Kawa no Nagare no Yō ni". However, she died in 1989 and the enka range expanded into the genre "kayōkyoku" while the genre "kayōkyoku" was vanishing.
On January 1, 2010, 73-year-old Saburō Kitajima released the single , emerging at No. 10 on the Oricon weekly charts, making him the first solo artist to reach the Top 10 in his 70s. After Fuyumi Sakamoto appeared on Masahiro Nakai's TV program "Nakai Masahiro no Kinyōbi no Sumatachi e" on March 19, 2010, her double A-side single "Mata Kimi ni Koi Shiteru/Asia no Kaizoku" reached the Top 10 for the first time, ranked at No. 9 on the Oricon charts. The single became her first Top 10 single in 21 years since "Otoko no Jōwa," which had ranked in the Top 10 on the Oricon charts in 1989.
"Marunouchi Sadistic" has been covered extensively since its release. The first time was in May 2008, when it was covered for the 112th episode of "The Idolmaster"'s radio program for Radio Osaka, by voice actresses Naomi Wakabayashi, Chiaki Takahashi and Asami Imai, "The Idolmaster Radio". This was released on CD on March 25, 2009. Jazz flugelhorn player Ryuichiro Tonozuka also covered it on his instrumental album "Top Gear" (2008). Enka singer Fuyumi Sakamoto and pop/jazz singer Juju performed the song together for the Fuji TV music program "Bokura no Ongaku" on April 2, 2010.
Hachiro Kasuga died in 1991. As enka's traditional themes were no longer appreciated among younger Japanese and Western-style J-pop music became more popular, enka sales declined. However, the genre still had many adherents. Besides TV programs, enka could be heard in many restaurants, drinking establishments, karaoke bars and cafes. On the other hand, "bright" enka singer Yoshimi Tendo, who was ignored when the "dark" enka songs like Keiko Fuji's song "Keiko no Yume wa Yoru Hiraku" were popular, took part in the Kōhaku Uta Gassen for the first time in 1993. Other new enka singers such as Toshimi Tagawa and Fuyumi Sakamoto were also appearing on TV enka programs which kept enka alive. Taiwanese diva Teresa Teng was also singing in Japanese and covering enka songs from the 70s until she died in 1995 at the age of 42.