Synonyms for hayato_ichihara or Related words with hayato_ichihara

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Examples of "hayato_ichihara"
Oshinari co-starred in Shunji Iwai's "All About Lily Chou-Chou" with Hayato Ichihara. He also appeared in films such as Kenta Fukasaku's "" and Takahisa Zeze's "Heaven's Story".
On the way to hospital to visit his father, art student Ayuta Ipponyari (Hayato Ichihara) spots and falls in love with a beautiful woman on the train. He hurriedly draws a sketch of her until she departs the train.
In 2006, she co-starred in her first film: "Check It Out, Yo!" with Hayato Ichihara, Yūta Hiraoka, and Tasuku Emoto. The film was in theaters April 22, 2006.
Mayumi (Manami Higa) enlists the help of Yataro Sarumaru (Hayato Ichihara) to open a bank safe deposit box. This results in Yataro fleeing from the police who are in hot pursuit.
In mid-2014 it was announced that Yayan would appear in Takashi Miike's "Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld", playing alongside Hayato Ichihara. In this film, penned by Yoshitaka Yamaguchi, a Yakuza member is caught in international intrigue after discovering that his boss is a vampire.
Takimoto's first novel, "Negative Happy Chainsaw Edge" was published in 2001 and received a special category award at the fifth Kadokawa Gakuen Awards. It was adapted as a live-action Japanese film in 2008, starring Megumi Seki and Hayato Ichihara. A manga adaptation with artist Saiki Junichi was released in Monthly Shōnen Jump.
October, 2006 sees the Iwai produced film Rainbow Song released in Japan. The film is directed by Naoto Kumazawa and was written by Ami Sakurai. It stars previous Iwai actors Hayato Ichihara, Yu Aoi and Shoko Aida. Also in 2006, Iwai spent time documenting and interviewing Kon Ichikawa while filming The Inugamis (Inugamike no ichizoku - 2006) to create a feature-length documentary about the director's life.
Tomoya Kishida (Hayato Ichihara) is working as a staffer in a television studio when he hears about the death of his close friend, Aoi Sato (Juri Ueno). This sparks his recollection of the events in life they shared from meeting at a record store, shooting a short film as part of their university film club, to saying their last goodbyes. Though in love with each other, neither had the courage to confess their feelings before it was too late.
"Rookies" drama series was awarded five of the possible nine awards at the 58th Television Drama Academy Awards in 2008. "Rookies" was awarded best drama; Ryuta Sato was awarded best actor; Hayato Ichihara was awarded best supporting actor; "Kiseki" by Greeeen was awarded best theme song and Nikogaku Nine was awarded the special award. "Rookies" was highly commended as one of the best drama series at the 2008 Asian Television Awards.
He was cast in the movie "Koizora", which was based on a popular cell phone novel. It was released in the fall of 2007. The same year, he was cast in the movie "Negative Happy Chainsaw Edge" starring Hayato Ichihara. In 2008, he starred opposite Juri Ueno in "Naoko" and won the Sponichi Grand Prix Newcomer Award in the 63rd Mainichi Film Awards in 2009 for his role. He also was given a newcomer award in the 31st Japan Academy Awards on February 15, 2008.
Yu Aoi made her stage debut as Polly in the 1999 rendition of "Annie", followed by her appearance as a regular on TV Tokyo's "Oha Suta" (The Super Kids Station) in 2000. A year later, she debuted in Shunji Iwai's "All About Lily Chou-Chou" playing Shiori Tsuda alongside Hayato Ichihara, Shugo Oshinari, Miwako Ichikawa, and Ayumi Ito. Aoi would later work in "Ao to Shiro de Mizuiro" and "Gaichu" with friend Aoi Miyazaki. With her first roles on the small and big screen came TV commercials and endorsements for Sony, Yamaha, DoCoMo, Toshiba and Coca-Cola.
Yusaku Hayakawa (Hayato Ichihara) dreamed of one day becoming a detective. Instead, he now works as a trainer for police dogs at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department. One day, Yusaku gets an Albino Shepherd named Shiro who others say can never become a police dog due to a genetic disorder. Nevertheless, Yusaku and Shiro become attached as Yusako trains Shiro to become a guard dog. Sometimes guard dogs are treated as equipment and other times required to become a human shield. Yusaku and female police officer Natsuki (Erika Toda) are against this. A series of explosions then take place as a serial bomber strikes Tokyo.
Iijima continued acting in Japanese TV serials including the 2003 Fuji TV romance and the 2005 TBS romantic drama . but she also starred in a serious drama about World War II. In the October 2005 TV movie Iijima played Yukiko Sugihara, who helped her husband, Japanese Consul Chiune Sugihara, write visas which saved the lives of six thousand Lithuanian Jews in 1940. For the 2008 TV series , broadcast March to September 2008, Iijima, no longer the ingenue, plays the mother of the twenty-year-old heroine Hitomi (Eikura Nana). The romantic comedy has a 23-year-old "salaryman" (Hayato Ichihara) falling in love with Iijima's character, an "around 40 year old" beautician. The series was originally aired on the mobile phone channel BeeTV but its popularity led Fuji TV to combine the episodes into a TV movie broadcast in December 2009.
In January 2009, Ueto launched her first wedding dress collection, in collaboration with bridal shop Joyful Eli, entitled "U Aya Ueto Dresses". While she has designed her own tour merchandise in the past, namely the T-shirt line "Buddy" in 2005, "U" marks Ueto's first official foray into fashion design. A second collection was announced in July 2009. In April 2009, she starred alongside SMAP leader Masahiro Nakai in her first Getsuku drama, "Konkatsu!". Ueto next co-starred with Hayato Ichihara in the Shunji Iwai-produced CG animation film, "Baton", created in commemoration of the Port of Yokohama's 150th anniversary. The film, reunited her with "Azumi" director Ryuhei Kitamura. In June 2009, after a two-year hiatus, Ueto resumed her singing career by releasing the Kohmi Hirose-produced single "Smile for...," followed by her fifth studio album, "". In November 2009, Ueto co-starred with Tetsuya Watari in the Sugako Hashida-written and Fukuko Ishii-produced TV movie, "Kekkon".