Synonyms for gō_ayano or Related words with gō_ayano

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Examples of "gō_ayano"
Gesu no Kiwami Otome's song "Digital Mogura" was chosen to be used for the mystery drama "Subete ga F ni Naru", starring Emi Takei and Ayano, which started airing on October 21. The song acted as the leading track from the album, and had a preceding release on iTunes on October 13, 2014.
The 2012 film Lupin the Third featured TV and Film star Ayano as the first live-action Goemon. Goemon, who wears traditional Japanese robes (usually a fundoshi and hakama) in the manga and anime, was at one point considered to wear contemporary clothes in this film. Ryûhei Kitamura expressed that "it would be nonsense for Goemon to exist in current society wearing samurai garb and carrying around a katana." In the completed film, however, Goemon wears robes similar to his drawn and animated counterparts.
Critical reception of the 2014 live-action film was generally negative among Japanese and Western film critics, especially following the film’s showing at LA EigaFest. Areas frequently targeted for criticism were Ryuhei Kitamura's direction, the film’s supporting characters, screenplay, cinematography and editing (especially in the action scenes), costume design and soundtrack. The film was also criticized for having most of the its dialogue performed in English (resulting in poor delivery and intonation of numerous lines by its Asian cast members), and for overall squandering its potential as an adaptation of Monkey Punch’s manga. Shun Oguri, Tetsuji Tamayama, Ayano, Meisa Kuroki and Tadanobu Asano were, however, frequently seen as well-cast in their respective roles. Audience opinions were mixed, with some viewing the film as “an enjoyable time to be had to the whole family”, while others viewed it as part of a “terrible live-action adaptation trend that has been going on through the years”.
"Kingsglaive" takes place in parallel to the events of "Final Fantasy XV", focusing on events surrounding Regis Lucis Caelum CXIII, the father of main character Noctis. The main protagonists are from the Kingsglaive, an elite combat corps, who have been reassigned as royal guards, sharing Regis' magical powers that defend the kingdom of Lucis and its crystal from the invading empire of Niflheim. Faced with continued detrimental conflict, Regis accepts an armistice with Niflheim: as part of the peace treaty, his son must marry Lady Lunafreya Nox Fleuret of the imperial province of Tenebrae. The treaty turns out to be a ruse for Niflheim to invade, and Kingsglaive soldier Nyx Ulric is caught up with Regis and Lunafreya in a battle to secure the future of Lucis. The film's voice cast includes Ayano, Tsutomu Isobe, and Shiori Kutsuna in Japanese; and Aaron Paul, Sean Bean, and Lena Headey in English.
One day, Otokojuku is invaded by Kanto Gogakuren, a group of delinquents led by Omito Date (Hideo Sakaki), a former Otokojuku student who was expelled for killing an instructor for forcing him to undergo the twin solitary cells punishment. He and his two right hand men, Hien ( Ayano) and Gekko (Shuya Yoshimoto) defeat most of the students. Akashi challenge Date and is nearly killed before being saved by Momo. However, before things can go further, Edajima interrupts and demands they settle things in the 3 Great Astonishing Assaults tournament. Momo, Togashi, and Toramaru are chosen to represent Otokojuku. Togashi again visits his brother's grave, when Oni-Hige suddenly appears. He tells Togashi of how his brother was a real man and gives him his brother's dosu knife. As Momo trains his sword, Toramaru wrestles a bear, and Matsuo practices his ōendan, Hidemaro and Tazawa both wonder what they can do to help.