Synonyms for hajimari or Related words with hajimari

unmei              inochi              hajimete              yakusoku              kakera              chikai              bokura              jikan              tsukiyo              hitotsu              hanayome              otona              futatsu              hoshizora              shinjitsu              maboroshi              omoide              tatakai              kiseki              hitori              koibito              wakare              shiawase              omoi              namida              ashita              kamisama              bokutachi              darake              itoshi              kanashimi              negai              ichizoku              jinsei              yoru              nanatsu              naisho              tenshi              kioku              kimochi              tameni              mayonaka              susume              himitsu              yoake              tsuioku              kisetsu              okurimono              jounetsu              okite             

Examples of "hajimari"
"Hajimari no uta" was used as the ending theme song for the Japanese version of and several ads for Daihatsu in their "Move Latte" campaign
As of 2012 Hara has begun shooting his first live-action film, "Hajimari no Michi", which was released in June,2013.
On January 26, the final song for the album was written ("Hajimari"), and on February the 6th, both albums were recorded in their entirety.
The single will only come in a limited CD+DVD edition (GNCV-0021). The DVD will contain the Promotional Video for End of Refrain: Chiisana Hajimari.
In 2009, an OVA adaptation of "Tokimeki Memorial 4" called "Hajimari no Finder", directed by Hanyuu Naoyasu, was produced by Asahi Production.
On April 15, 2005, Gentouki performed their single Hajimari no Kisetsu on NHK PopJam (1993–2007) which has since become with Music Japan.
The DVD/Blu-ray includes a documentary film about the tour final, special features, collection of best moments, and the fans meeting special event "HAJIMARI NO SAYONARA".
"Hajimari no Uta", the ending theme for the Japanese version of the movie, is performed by Puffy AmiYumi. The ending theme for the English dub is "We Will Meet Again", performed by John Siegler and Eric Stuart.
On July 16, 2016, he appeared in music TV program "Ongaku no Hi" and covered his father's hit song "I Love You" and his own song "Hajimari no Machi".
"Beautiful/Chiisana Ashiato" comes in CD-only and CD+DVD versions. In addition to the two A-side tracks, the single come with an English version of "Hajimari no Toki", the lead track from her album "The Beginning".
Also appearing in the anime "Saiunkoku Monogatari" was Hirahara's song, "Hajimari No Kaze" (also from "Yottsu no L"). The song was used as the show's opening theme song for the two seasons that were aired.
A live DVD & Blu-ray of her recent tour, "Ayaka Live Tour 2012: The Beginning - Hajimari no Toki" was released on December 12, 2012. The DVD & Blu-ray featured the finale of Ayaka's first nationwide tour in four years, "Live Tour 2012: The Beginning - Hajimari no Toki", which was held on August 8 at the Yokohama Arena. It contains a total of 14 songs including tracks from her album "The Beginning", as well as her song "Minna Sora no Shita", and a cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep".
Secret Ambition is a Japanese-language song, and the 15th single from Japanese singer Nana Mizuki. Secret Ambition saw a massive change in Nana Mizuki's music style, dramatically changing from pop and powerpop to an explosive rock sound. The song commences: ""Mune ni yadoru atsuki suisei wa hajimari"."
On December 23, 2011, Ayaka made her first public performance since her medical break by appearing on the Music Station 2011 Special. She performed two new songs, "Yasashii Ao" (優しい青)and "Hajimari No Toki" (はじまりのとき)from her upcoming album.
On January 1, 2012, video performances and interviews of her upcoming songs were released exclusively on Ayaka's Gyao! Yahoo! Japan dedicated website, including "Hajimari no toki" and "Yasashii ao". She also announced on the same day that she would be touring live across Japan from April 27 through July 25, 2012.
Square Enix, however, released the digital 6-track EP on June 25, 2008 through the Japanese iTunes Store. This release contains the four songs unique to the international version of the game, along with the English version of "Owari-Hajimari" and a remix of "Twister". A 19-track version of the album was given a physical CD and iTunes release on July 30, 2008.
White is the fifth studio album released by Angela Aki, released on September 28, 2011 in two editions, standard and limited. The limited one includes a bonus DVD with a music video of "Hajimari no Ballad" and performance footage held at a museum in June 2011.
In July 2012, Aki released her sixth Japanese original album, "Blue", led by the single "Kokuhaku", a song that was used as the ending theme song for the anime "Space Brothers". A year later, Aki released the single "Yume no Owari, Ai no Hajimari", a collaboration with producer Seiji Kameda, featuring an entirely computer generated arrangement.
His roughly one hundred plays were mostly "jidai-mono" (時代物, historical plays), and include "Keisei ama no hagoromo" (The Feathery Garment from Heaven, 1753), "Sanjikkoku yobune no hajimari" (The Beginning of the Heavy Cargo Ships on the Yodo River, 1758), and "Sanzen-sekai yarikuri ōrai" (Kin'emon the Notorious Pirate, 1772).
The series uses three pieces of theme music. "Hajimari no kaze" by Ayaka Hirahara is used for the opening theme for both the first and second seasons. For the ending theme, "Saikou no Kataomoi" by Sachi Tainaka is used for the first season, while "Asu he" by Teruya Miho is used for the second season.