Synonyms for hideaki_ito or Related words with hideaki_ito

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Examples of "hideaki_ito"
He starred in Sion Sono's "Cold Fish". He co-starred with Hideaki Ito in Takashi Miike's "Lesson of the Evil".
Hideaki Ito, the male lead, has a Divemaster license awarded by PADI Japan; a professional diving qualification. The theme song is "Precious", from vocalist Yuna Ito.
"Precious" is the third single by Yuna Ito. It is the theme song to the movie (starring Hideaki Ito and Ai Kato) and was released on May 3, 2006. Both "I'm Free" and "Secrets" are more up-beat songs than "Precious".
In the novel "Onmyoji" (novel: Baku Yumemakura, manga: Reiko Okano), Hiromasa appears as the partner of the protagonist, Abe no Seimei. He was portrayed as a young court official (and partner of Abe no Seimei) by actor Hideaki Ito, in director Yojiro Takita's movies "Onmyoji" and "Onmyoji 2".
The story revolves around Yuki Hirano (played by Shota Sometani), who, after failing his university entrance examinations and being left by his girlfriend, decides to join a forestry training program on seeing an attractive female face (Nagasawa) on a promotional leaflet. However, he soon discovers that the job is harder than he expected, working under the hard-working superior played by Hideaki Ito.
The manga was adapted into a live-action feature film of the same name starring Meiko Kaji in 1973. It was followed by "" in 1974. In 2001, the manga was reimagined as the science fiction action film "The Princess Blade", starring Yumiko Shaku and Hideaki Ito.
The supporting cast members were announced on 11 March 2011. Ryunosuke Kamiki and Umika Kawashima play the roles of students working at the restaurant. Actor Hideaki Ito, the star of the film "Umizaru", plays the role of an official from the local town hall. His character is based on Masayuki Kishikawa, a town hall official who worked on the "Mago no Mise" project.
Wood Job! is a 2014 Japanese comedy film written and directed by Shinobu Yaguchi and based on the novel by Shion Miura. The film stars Shota Sometani, Masami Nagasawa, and Hideaki Ito. The main theme song is "Happiest Fool", sung by Maia Hirasawa. The film was released on 10 May 2014, and made its North American premiere at LA Eigafest 2014.
A star, Miyuki Goto (Kō Shibasaki) plays Oiwa, the protagonist in a new play based on the ghost story, "Yotsuya Kaidan". She pulls some strings to get her lover, Kosuke Hasegawa (Ebizō Ichikawa XI) cast in the play, even though he's a relatively unknown actor. Other performers, Rio Asahina (Miho Nakanishi) and Jun Suzuki (Hideaki Ito), lust after Miyuki. Offstage, the cast's possessive love and obsessions exist as reality. Trapped between the play and reality, the cast's feelings for each other are amplified. When it becomes clear that love is not meant to be both on and off stage, love turns into a grudge and crosses the blurred line between reality and fantasy.
, also known as Umizaru 2: Test of Trust is a 2006 action drama film directed by Eiichiro Hasumi. It is the second feature-length film and third of the "Umizaru" projects, following on from the film "Umizaru" and the 11-episode drama series "Umizaru Evolution". The film stars Hideaki Ito as Japan Coast Guard (JCG) rescue diver Daisuke Senzaki, and Ai Kato as his love interest Kanna Izawa. The film takes place after the events of the drama series, and is the last of the 3 part film and television project. The project is adapted from the popular manga series "Umizaru" by Shūhō Satō.