Synonyms for gakari or Related words with gakari

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Examples of "gakari"
The prefix "kaibō-gakari" meaning "in charge of maritime defense" was used with the titles of some "bakufu" officials after 1845. This term was used to designate those who bore a special responsibility for overseeing coastal waters, and by implication, for dealing with matters involving foreigners—for example, "kaibō-gakari-ōmetsuke" which later came to be superseded by the term "gaikoku-gakari."
The prefix "kaibō-gakari" meaning "in charge of maritime defense" was used with the titles of some shogunate officials after 1845. This term was used to designate those who bore a special responsibility for overseeing coastal waters, and by implication, for dealing with matters involving foreigners—for example, "kaibō-gakari-ōmetsuke" which later came to be superseded by the term "gaikoku-gakari."
The theme song of the film is "Last Scene" by Ikimono-gakari.
The film's ending song is titled , performed by the J-pop group Ikimono-gakari.
The theme song of the game is by Ikimono-gakari. The band also performed the "Bleach" anime seventh ending song.
My Song Your Song is the third studio album by Ikimono-gakari, released in Japan on December 24, 2008.
I is the sixth studio album by Ikimono-gakari, released in Japan on July 24, 2013. It reached number one in the Oricon weekly charts for the week ending August 5 of that year making it the group's sixth consecutive number-one album. Consequently, Ikimono-gakari became the first mixed group in over seventeen years to achieve six consecutive number one albums on the Oricon weekly chart.
Newtral is the fifth studio album by Ikimono-gakari, released in Japan on February 29, 2012. It has reached number one on the Oricon Weekly charts, and became the group's fourth consecutive number-one album.
Fun! Fun! Fanfare! (stylized as FUN! FUN! FANFARE!) is the seventh album by the Japanese pop-rock band Ikimono-gakari. It was released on December 24, 2014, and reached number one on the Oricon Albums Chart.
This is the discography of Japanese pop group Ikimono-gakari, who have released three Indie albums prior to 2006, and seven studio albums, three compilation albums, and numerous singles since joining Epic Records in 2006.
The prefix "kaibō-gakari" meaning "in charge of maritime defense" was used with the titles of some "bakufu" officials after 1845. This term was used to designate those who bore a special responsibility for overseeing coastal waters, and by implication, for dealing with matters involving foreigners. ""Kaibō-gakari-metsuke"" later came to be superseded by the term "gaikoku-gakari." These developments prceeded the "Gaikoku bugyō" system which began just prior to the negotiations which resulted in the Harris Treaty. First appointed in August 1858, the "gaikoku-bugyō" were bakufu officials who were charged with advising the government on foreign affairs and who were tasked with conducting negotiations with foreign diplomats both in Japan and abroad.
, also known as The Story of Town Where Cherry Blossoms Bloom, is the debut album of Japanese pop music trio Ikimono-gakari. It was released in Japan on March 7, 2007 under the label Epic. The album peaked at number four on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for nearly two years.
The bureaucracy of the Tokugawa shogunate expanded on an "ad hoc" basis, responding to perceived needs and changing circumstances. Sometimes one or more of the "metsuke" or "ōmetsuke" would have been selected to address a specific or even a unique problem. For example, Arao Norimasa in the period from 1852 through 1854 was charged with special duties as "kaibo-gakari-metsuke".
The album was released in Japan on December 19, 2012 in two editions: the regular edition (ESCL-4010) and the limited edition (ESCL-4008-9). As well as the CD contained in the regular edition, the limited edition contained an Ikimono-gakari Barādon scarf and the Ikimono card #031.
As a guitarist, he works with many musicians: Yuki Isoya (ex-Judy and Mary), Shiina Ringo, Yano Maki, Ayumi Hamasaki, Do As Infinity, Mika Nakashima, Tanpopo (appearing on the single Motto), Elephant Kashimashi, Ikimono-gakari, Chara, Puffy AmiYumi, Kaela Kimura, Maaya Sakamoto, Ayaka, Do As Infinity, Hitomi Shimatani, Yuki Kajiura and so on.
"Sakura" is the debut single of Japanese trio Ikimono-gakari, released in Japan on March 15, 2006. The single peaked at number 17 on the weekly Oricon chart, charting for 31 weeks. It also reached number 182 on the yearly chart for 2006. "Sakura" was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (digital download single).
The season uses five musical themes: two opening themes and three ending themes. by Ikimono-gakari is used as the opening theme from episode 113 to episode 128, continuing its usage from the . It was replaced in episode 129 with "Sign" by Flow. The first ending theme is by Super Beaver used for only the first three episodes of the season. "My Answer" by Seamo was used as the ending theme for episodes 116-128. It was replaced in episode 129 by by Kishidan and ran until episode 141. It was replaced by "For You" by Azu in episode 142. The third feature film, "", based on the series, was released on August 1, 2009. The broadcast versions of episodes from 119 to 124 include scenes from the film in the opening themes, while still retaining the music "Hotaru no Hikari" by Ikimono-gakari.
The opening themes for this season were by Ikimono-gakari to episode 77 and "Closer" by Joe Inoue from episode 78 onward, and the ending themes were "Broken Youth" by NICO Touches the Walls to episode 77 and "Long Kiss Good Bye" by Halcali from episode 78 onward. The broadcast versions from episode 70 to 73 include scenes from the film in the opening themes, while still retaining the original music.
The film was officially revealed through the 52nd 2011 edition of Weekly Shōnen Sunday. The official website was opened on November 26, 2011. The film is a collaboration with the J. League Division 1 to commemorate its twentieth anniversary. As part of the collaboration, players from the J. League voiced original characters in the film. On February 22, 2012 the theme song was revealed to be performed by Ikimono-gakari. The crowd noise is a recording from the 2012 Japanese Super Cup.
The "Bleach" anime opening and ending credits songs take from a diverse group of bands including Orange Range, UVERworld, High and Mighty Color, Beat Crusaders, YUI, Aqua Timez, Asian Kung-Fu Generation, Kelun, SCANDAL, Porno Graffitti, miwa, SID, ViViD, Rie Fu, Home Made Kazoku, Younha, SunSet Swish, Ikimono-gakari, JUNE, Mai Hoshimura, OreSkaBand, chatmonchy, RSP, Lil'B, pe'zmoku, Stereopony, Tsuji Shion, Sambomaster, Spyair, Aimer and many. Aqua Timez in particular was used for numerous theme songs throughout the course of the production.