Synonyms for hajimete or Related words with hajimete

otona              shiawase              hajimari              koibito              inochi              bokutachi              chikai              tsukiyo              namida              futatsu              bokura              unmei              kanashimi              kimochi              yakusoku              yoake              naisho              kakera              jikan              tonari              okite              omoide              darake              hitotsu              nanatsu              mukou              maboroshi              omoi              jibun              kiseki              yukue              hoshizora              seishun              ashita              mayonaka              hanayome              negai              yoru              hanazakari              tameni              susume              tsugi              uwasa              tenshi              tobira              wakare              kimitachi              itoshi              kioku              shinjitsu             



Examples of "hajimete"
In 1991, she wrote a children's book, illustrated by Wako Takeda: "Hajimete no Yamanobori" ("My First Mountain Climb").
In March 1976, Jinbo signed with Philips Records (now Universal Music Japan) and debuted as singer with the single "Hajimete no Waltz".
Bakudan Johnny made their major debut on April 23 with the album, はじめての爆弾ジョニー(Hajimete no Bakudan Johnny).
"Itaike na Kanojo" has two pieces of theme music. Music in "Itaike na Kanojo" was composed and arranged by Oshima Toshihiko, who also provided music for two earlier visual novels released by Zero, "Hajimete no Orosuban", and "Hajimete no Oisha-san". The game has an opening and insert song, which are both sung by Yuki Mashiro. "Itaike na Kanojo"'s opening theme is , and the insert song is .
In 1996, Kemco released (exclusively in Japan) another Snoopy game for the Game Boy entitled "Snoopy no Hajimete no Otsukai". The game made use of features of the Super Game Boy.
"Juujun na Slave" (従順なSlave), "Hajimete no Drive" (初めてのドライブ), "Loneliness Club" (ロンリネスクラブ), "Me wo Aketa Mama no First Kiss" (目を開けたままのファーストキス), and "Reborn".
In 2010 she had started her entertainment activities. Sagara's acting debut was in the drama "Atami no Sōsa-kan" in July. Later in the December 14 she released the photo album "Hajimete no Suki".
In addition, throughout the 1980s the writer Jun Henmi serialized her face-to-face interviews with then-active scholars and men of letters born in the Meiji Period including Kinji Imanishi, Tetsuzo Tanikawa, and Bunmei Tsuchiya. Afterwards these were published as the book "Hajimete Kataru Koto" ("Things I Will Say For The First Time").
During 2005-2010, Heo had three solo songs from SS501 albums: "Hajimete Miru Sora Datta" from "Kokoro", "Is It Love?" from "U R Man", and "Nameless Memory" from "SS501 Solo Collection". In 2009, he contributed songs to the soundtracks for "Friend, Our Legend" and "Will It Snow for Christmas?" named "I Erase Tears" and "I Love You.. I'm Sorry.." respectively.
The "T-ara Party Non Stop Remix" by DJ Takao Fukushima is composed of ten songs spanning 45 minutes: "Bo Peep Bo Peep (Japanese ver.)", "Yayaya (Japanese ver.)", "Lovey-Dovey (Japanese ver.)", "Roly-Poly (Japanese ver.)", "Wei Ironi (Japanese ver.)", "Bye Bye (Japanese ver.)", "Hajimete no You ni (Japanese ver.)", "Target", "Bunny Style!" and "Deja-Vu".
From 1984, Saito worked as a violinist for the tours of musicians Akiko Kobayashi and Kosetsu Minami, and in 1987 began work as a commercial jingle producer. In 1988, Saito formed the Saito Neko Quartet. They released the album "Friendly Games" in 1990. In 1992, Saito released an album of classical music, "Hajimete no Classic Series 17: Heishi no Monogatari".
Ogawa joined Hello! Project as a member of Hello! Pro Egg in June 2004 when she passed the auditions alongside thirty-two other girls. During her time as a member of Hello! Pro Egg, she was also one of Erina Mano’s back-up dancers for her single “Hajimete no Keiken”.
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]
In the August, September, and October 2013 issues of LaLA Magazine, readers were able to get a special original-OVA DVD for Natsume Yuujinchou titled "Nyanko-Sensei and the First Errand", "Nyanko-sensei to Hajimete no Otsukai" (ニャンコ先生とはじめてのおつかい). This one-hour long episode OAD was aired on December, 2013.
Their popularity rose when Morning Musume's Rika Ishikawa—who is from Kanagawa instead of Hokkaidō—was lent to the group in April 2001. Country Musume had their first charting single in Japan with the release of "Hajimete no Happy Birthday." The trio, under the name "Country Musume ni Rika Ishikawa", released two singles and an album. Early in 2002, Mai Satoda was recruited to the group although she initially auditioned to be a Morning Musume member.
He often teamed up with lyricist Yū Aku and orchestrator Junichi Makaino, and became the top-10 hit on the Japanese Oricon chart. Seven of his compositions has been topped on the Japanese hit parade, including "Hitori ja Nai no" by Mari Amachi, "Chiisana Koi no Monogatari" by Agnes Chan, and "Hajimete no Dekigoto" by Junko Sakurada. His most successful song is "Seishun Jidai" released in 1976, his sole hit as a performer, which has sold more than a million copies.
In addition to Ryo using a synthesizer as the main musician, guitarist Okiya Okoshi and bass guitarist Miruku "Hime" Kokumaro are credited on the songs "Line" and "Sono Ichibyō Slow Motion". Furthermore, Sariya provided the inhalation of breath for these two songs in order to make the vocals seem more authentic. Ryo cited an unnamed friend as providing the guitar in "World is Mine" and "Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki". The major release of "Supercell" was mixed by Keiji Kondo, Yasuo Matsumoto, and Okuda Supa; Hidekazu Sakai provided the mastering.
A volume written by and illustrated by titled "Nihon de Hajimete no Joi: Kusumoto Ine" (""The First Woman Doctor in Japan: Kusumoto Ine"") appeared in 1992 as part of the "" (""Biography: Learn from People"") series of biographies for youths. The cartoonist Maki Masaki adapted Ine's story to comics in "Siebold O-Ine" in 1995; Masaki depicts Ine with red-tinted hair and focuses the story on Ine's strength of will in the face of the trials she underwent both as a female medical student and an "ai no ko" ("love child"), a derogatory term for a mixed-race child.
Ryo experimented with other music genres, such as using the image of a "garage band's vigorous performance" for "Usotsuki no Parade" (literally "Liar Parade"). "Heartbreaker" was written to sound like a song from a somewhat old fashioned band, and the aim for "Hinekuremono" (literally "A Rebel") was to make an oldies-like feeling song. Like "Koi wa Sensō", powerful emotions are used as a concept in other songs, such as "Melt", which is described as a song that depicts a vibrant, trembling girl's emotions; or "World is Mine", which uses the concept of a selfish, but cute girl. "Parting" is used as the theme in "Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki" (literally "When My First Love Ends") and was written to tell the story of an unrequited love. Ryo took about half a day to compose "Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki", leaving the mixing and arrangement to take the most time. In contrast to the other songs, "Kurukuru Mark no Sugoi Yatsu" was written with a different impression where Ryo wanted to convey the fun of a comical song. For the song "Black Rock Shooter", Ryo was inspired by an illustration of an original character by Huke and created the song based on that character.
On January 1, 1992, they released their first album, "SMAP 001", which peaked at #14 and released another album, "SMAP 002", in the same year and peaked at #6. Their singles, "Egao no Genki", "Yuki ga Futtekita", "Zutto Wasurenai", "Hajimete no Natsu", "Kimi wa Kimi dayo", "$10", and "Kimi iro Omoi", released from 1992 through 1994, all peaked at the top 10. They headlined three tours in 1992, from January to August. In 1993, they released their third and fourth album, "SMAP 003" and "SMAP 004", which peaked at #11 and #3 respectively. In 1992, Inagaki starred in a drama television series, "Hatachi no Yakusoku", as the main role. In 1993, Kimura starred in a drama television series, "Asunaro Hakusho", which became a massive hit, with an average household share rating of 27% and 31.9% for the season finale. Kimura’s popularity soared and from then on, members of the band started their acting careers individually.