Synonyms for haruka_ayase or Related words with haruka_ayase

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Examples of "haruka_ayase"
Haruka Ayase received the Championship Flag from guest judge Masato Sakai.
Ichi is a 2008 chambara film directed by Fumihiko Sori, starring Takao Osawa, Haruka Ayase, Shido Nakamura, and Yosuke Kubozuka. It was released by Warner Bros. Japan on October 25, 2008.
Kurosawa's next feature film "Real", which stars Takeru Sato and Haruka Ayase, was released in 2013. He won the Best Director award at the 8th Rome Film Festival for "Seventh Code" later that year.
A film adaptation titled "Our Little Sister" directed by Hirokazu Koreeda and starring Haruka Ayase, was first announced in the June 2014 issue of "Monthly Flowers". The film was released on June 13, 2015.
The manga was first adapted into a Jidaigeki television series "Jin", that aired on Japan's Tokyo Broadcasting System from October 11 to December 20, 2009. This was followed by a second season from April 17 to June 26, 2011. It starred Takao Osawa as Minakata Jin, Haruka Ayase, Miki Nakatani, Masaaki Uchino and Tetsuya Takeda.
Honnōji Hotel is a 2017 Japanese comedy mystery fantasy film directed by Masayuki Suzuki, written by Tomoko Aizawa and starring Haruka Ayase, Shinichi Tsutsumi, Gaku Hamada, Hiroyuki Hirayama, , Masahiro Takashima, Masaomi Kondō and Morio Kazama. It was released in Japan by Toho on 14 January 2017.
"Yakusoku no Tsubasa" was written by Misia and composed and produced by Jun Sasaki. It was penned for the movie "Cyborg She", starring Haruka Ayase and Keisuke Koide. At a press conference for the film, the director, Kwak Jae-yong, explained his choice of theme song:
Mark Romanek directed a British film adaptation titled "Never Let Me Go" in 2010. In Japan, the Horipro agency produced a stage adaptation in 2014 called "Watashi wo Hanasanaide" (), and in 2016 under the same title TBS Television aired a television drama adaptation set in Japan starring Haruka Ayase and Haruma Miura.
The performances by the actors received positive responses from critics. The four actresses who portrayed the sisters were all awarded or nominated for 39th Japan Academy Award. (Haruka Ayase was nominated for Best Leading Actress, Masami Nagasawa and Kaho were nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Suzu Hirose won Rookie of the Year.)
In January 2011, Horikita starred in the movie adaptation of "Into the White Night", a widely read novel that was adapted into a television drama in 2006 starring Haruka Ayase and Takayuki Yamada. Produced by WOWOW FILMS, the movie was screened at the Berlin Film Festival in the Panorama category.
On 18 January 2010 Horipro confirmed Hideo Nakata as director of the film adaptation of the 2007 mystery novel "Inshite Miru" ("The Incite Mill") by Honobu Yonezawa. Shooting began in March 2010. Tatsuya Fujiwara, Haruka Ayase and Satomi Ishihara were cast in the leading roles. Satoshi Suzuki wrote the screenplay.
On October 23, the group released their twelfth studio album, "Love". The album sold over 670,000 copies in its first week. The Love Live Tour ran from November to December 2013. Oricon awarded Arashi with six awards this year, including the highest total sales award. Arashi hosted the 64th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen on New Year's Eve for their 4th consecutive year with actress Haruka Ayase.
Real, known in Japan as is a 2013 Japanese science fiction drama film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Takeru Satoh and Haruka Ayase. It is Kurosawa's first feature film since "Tokyo Sonata" (2008). It is based on Rokuro Inui's novel "A Perfect Day for Plesiosaur". The film was released on June 1, 2013 in Japan. It was shown at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, and at the 2013 New York Film Festival.
Songs which artists will perform are revealed on December 21, and performance order was announced on Christmas Eve. On December 25, the judges were revealed. Rehearsals took place on 29 and 30 December. On December 31, the festival was broadcast live, culminating in the victory of Akagumi (breaking a sequence of Shirogumi's 3 consecutive wins); Haruka Ayase received the championship flag from the hands of the judge Masato Sakai. This was the first victory of Akagumi since 2011.
The 64th NHK Red & White Year-End Song Festival (第64回NHK紅白歌合戦) was aired on December 31, 2013. This edition's theme was "Here's the Music" and the captains were Arashi (Shirogumi) and Haruka Ayase (Akagumi). This was the 25th edition on Heisei Era. The most notable highlights from this edition were the "Amachan" special segment, Yuko Oshima's surprise graduation announcement during AKB48 performance, and final performance from Saburo Kitajima who announced an honorable retirement from Kouhaku after 50 performances.
"Bokura no Machi de" was written entirely by folk singer-songwriter Kazumasa Oda for KAT-TUN. He was an active participant in the recording studio attending each member's recording session from start to finish while providing advice for each of them. The song was featured as the ending theme song to Kazuya Kamenashi and Koki Tanaka's romance drama, "Tatta Hitotsu no Koi", and as such, the lyrics correspond with the troubled relationship Kamenashi's character and his love interest (portrayed by Haruka Ayase) once shared.
There are three sisters: 29-year-old Sachi Kouda (Haruka Ayase), 22-year-old Yoshino Kouda (Masami Nagasawa) and 19-year-old Chika Kouda (Kaho). They live in the house of their grandparents in Kamakura, where they grew up after their parents had separated and left them. One day, they receive news of the death of their father whom they haven't seen in 15 years. At the funeral, they meet their 14 year old half-sister Suzu Asano (Suzu Hirose). As there is nobody to take care of her the oldest sister Sachi invites her to live with them.
"Aitakute Ima" was written by Misia, while the composition and production were handled by Jun Sasaki. It served as theme song for the first season of the TBS drama "Jin", starring Takao Osawa, Haruka Ayase and Miki Nakatani. "Aitakute Ima" is Misia's first song in five years to be used in a TV drama. The first pressing of the single came housed in a sleeve case with a see-through cutout. The single includes two B-sides: "Kuchibiru to Kuchibiru," also featured on "Just Ballade", which Misia describes as the mature version of the song "Kiss Shite Dakishimete," from her first album "Mother Father Brother Sister", and "Love Truly," which was written by essayist Mayumi Satō and first performed during The Tour of Misia Discotheque Asia.
It is 22 November 2007. Jiro Kitamura (Keisuke Koide) is spending his 20th birthday alone. As he buys a birthday present for himself in a shopping mall, he gets the attention of a 'cute girl' (Haruka Ayase) and she surprisingly smiles at him. Afterwards, she successfully steals a pair of clothes, which Jiro notices, but he ignores it as she walks away in front of him and he is distracted by her beauty. The mystery girl, who seems to be interested in him, follows him to a restaurant, where he eats spaghetti on the advice of his grandmother (later revealed to be his mother who gave birth to him in old age) for a longer and peaceful life. She suddenly appears and sits with him, stating that it's 'her birthday too'. The two of them then exchange birthday presents. The girl, who seems unused to everything, behaves very boldly and suddenly rushes with Jiro out of the restaurant without paying the bill, provoking the manager to chase the two through Tokyo. As he spends time with the girl, Jiro finds himself charmed by her. But, after a few hours, the girl insists she has to leave and goes with a tearful goodbye.
A boy and a girl from highly different social backgrounds meet and fall in love, though not without obstacles. The setting is in Yokohama, a modern port city known for its romantic atmosphere. Hiroto Kanzaki (Kazuya Kamenashi) works hard every day and night for the survival of a small ship repair factory (inherited from his father) as well as the survival of his mother and younger brother, who are suffering from health problems. Living such an underprivileged life, Hiroto has forgotten how to smile. In contrast to him, Nao (Haruka Ayase) is the daughter of a popular jewelry shop owner in a fashionable street in Yokohama. She attends a prestigious exclusive women's college and grew up cheerful and blessed with affluent love. From the moment Hiroto meets her, his closed mind slowly opens up to Nao, who is so innocent that she utters whatever she thinks. Their three close friends, who are also 20-year-olds, play an important role in their developing relationship.