Synonyms for hatsukoi or Related words with hatsukoi

koisuru              itsuka              namida              ikenai              kimochi              kamisama              himitsu              tenshi              yakusoku              chiisana              renai              mahou              kiseki              hitori              koibito              omoi              taiyou              kajitsu              yume              otona              ichiban              kisetsu              natsu              shounen              seishun              mizuiro              shoujo              yasashii              maboroshi              seikatsu              densetsu              tsuki              tameni              kareshi              shiroi              tengoku              shiawase              kanashimi              danshi              nichijou              tsubomi              jigoku              aishiteru              dakishimete              nemuri              kokuhaku              boku              hanasaku              hitohira              tanoshii             



Examples of "hatsukoi"
The DVD single released for the Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind release event is titled "Event V 'Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind'".
The corresponding DVD single is titled "Single V 'Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind'". It contains the music videos for both tracks and 3 special versions of the music video for "Hatsukoi Cider".
The song "Hatsukoi Cider" from Buono!'s single "Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind" was used as the closing theme for the TV series; the opening song is "Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" by Morning Musume.
"Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind" is Buono!'s first double-A side single. The song "Hatsukoi Cider" was used as the closing theme for the television series "Sūgaku Joshi Gakuen", in which Buono! members, as well as other members of Hello! Project, played (the opening song being "Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" by Morning Musume). "Hatsukoi Cider" was also chosen as the January 2012 closing theme for the Nippon Television musical variety show "Happy Music", the successor of the musical program "Ongaku Senshi Music Fighter".
The DVD single "Single V 'Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind'" peaked at number 40 in the Oricon Weekly Combined DVD Chart.
In 1982, Hayami gained her J-pop singer's debut with the single "Isoide Hatsukoi" (ASAP, my first love!)
"Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind", released in Japan on January 18, 2012, is the band's 13th single and third single on the record label Zetima. There are 2 versions available: Regular Edition (CD only) and Limited Edition, the latter includes a DVD with a special version of the music video for "Hatsukoi Cider".
The music videos for both songs were released on the DVD single "Single V 'Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind'" a week after the CD single, on January 25.
One of his most famous films is "Nanami: The Inferno of First Love" (初恋・地獄篇 - "Hatsukoi Jigokuhen", 1968), which Hani co-scripted with Terayama Shūji.
On February 22, Tsubaki Factory released their major debut single, "Hatsukoi Sunrise / Just Try! / Uruwashi no Camellia". On January 24, it was announced that 'Hatsukoi Sunrise' would be the opening theme for the television show "music-ru TV" for the month of February. Later on February 24, it was announced that 'Hatsukoi Sunrise' will also be the ending theme for the Ehime Asahi TV show "Love Chu Chu" for the month of March. The single sold 35,241 copies (oricon) in it's first week, beating their sister group Kobushi Factory's major debut single, "Dosukoi! kenkyo ni daitan / Ramen daisuki koizumi-san no uta / Nen ni wa nen" sales by 600 copies.
It's a New Day is the sixth album by Hitomi Yaida released on 22 November 2006. The singles from this album are "Go My Way", "Startline", "Hatsukoi".
"Pyoco Pyoco Ultra" is the opening song for the Nippon Television series "Sūgaku Joshi Gakuen", starring many Hello! Project members (the closing theme being "Hatsukoi Cider" by Buono!).
The song "Deep Mind" from Buono's double-A side single "Hatsukoi Cider / Deep Mind" was used as the closing theme for the movie.
Shungiku Nakamura has written a second series based on "Junjou Romantica" titled "Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi" (lit. "The World's Greatest First Love") focusing on a shōjo manga editor and his first love, which was also animated by Studio Deen in 2011.
was a collaboration between Ringo Sheena and Neko Saito for her soundtrack album "Heisei Fūzoku" (2007). The orchestra recorded two new songs, "Hatsukoi Shōjo" and "Oiran," which both featured electronic arrangements.
Another surprise came when Tashima, in spite of officially being a trainee member, was appointed the central position in her band's first original song "Hatsukoi Butterfly", to be released as a B-side on the 29th single by AKB48.
The music video for "Hatsukoi Cider" features Hisako Tabuchi of the rock bands Bloodthirsty Butchers and Toddle on guitar. It features the members performing in a grey-lit room.
Written and illustrated by Shungiku Nakamura, "Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi" began serialization in the November 2006 issue of "The Ruby" magazine, which went on sale October 13, 2006. It moved to "Asuka Ciel" magazine in July 2009 where it continued through May 2014. Publisher Kadokawa announced in May 2014 that it would launch a real-life version of the "Emerald" manga magazine from Shungiku Nakamura's "Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi" manga. As of August 2014, "Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi" and Nakamura's other manga "Junjou Romantica" have switched publications to "Emerald" magazine. The individual chapters have been released as eleven tankōbon volumes by Kadokawa Shoten's "Asuka Comic CL-DX" branch. The first volume was published on July 1, 2008, and the ninth on August 29, 2014.
Hatsukoi - Asaki Yumemishi (初恋〜浅き夢みし〜, 'first love - shallow dreams') is a 1983 album by Kōzō Murashita for CBS Sony. The album is generally known by the large font title "Hatsukoi", although the full title includes the small font subscript "Shallow dreams". The title track "Hatsukoi" had already been released as the artist's fifth single in February 1983, becoming his first major hit, and after his death remaining one of Murashita's best known and most covered songs. The other single from the album, "Odoriko", released the same day as the album, 25 August 1983, was also a hit. The album was reissued in 1990 and 2013, and is Murashita's best-selling album.
The master ringtone ("Chaku Uta") download of his song "Hatsukoi" began on November 6, 2009. It sold about 150,000 downloads in five days, and, on November 13, 2009, it was announced that the song would be released as a physical CD single on December 16, 2009. The single debuted at number 1 on the Oricon weekly charts, with sales of around 151,000 copies in the first week of the release. He performed "Hatsukoi" at the 60th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen on New Year's Eve 2009, his first appearance at the event since 1993 and joined John Woo's upcoming film "Manhut"