Synonyms for hikaru_yaotome or Related words with hikaru_yaotome

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Examples of "hikaru_yaotome"
Hikaru Yaotome was cast in "Ikemen Desu Ne", alongside fellow Johnny's idol from Kis-My-Ft2, Yuta Tamamori and Taisuke Fujigaya.
He is also a member of TU→YU along with V6's Hiroshi Nagano, NEWS's Takahisa Masuda, Hey! Say! JUMP's Hikaru Yaotome and actor Tatsuya Takeda.
The members continued to make appearances in various shows and dramas. Hikaru Yaotome and Daiki Arioka are now regulars on the show "Hirunandesu!".
In January 2014, Hikaru Yaotome had his first drama lead role in "Dark System Koi no Ouza Ketteisen", alongside fellow member Kei Inoo as a supporting cast member. The group released their single, "AinoArika", which serves as the drama's theme song. The single topped the Oricon chart.
Yuri Chinen was cast as one of the students in the drama series adaptation of "Jigoku Sensei Nube", while Kei Inoo was cast in "Tatakau! Shouten Girl", Keito Okamoto in the second season of "First Class", and Hikaru Yaotome was cast in "Do S Deka". In 2014, all members of Hey! Say! JUMP made an appearance in a drama series.
This band was originally a fictional band for the drama with Johnny’s Entertainment members Tamamori Yuta (Kis-My-Ft2) as Katsuragi Ren, Fujigaya Taisuke (Kis-My-Ft2) as Fukishiro Shu, Hikaru Yaotome (Hey! Say! JUMP) as Hongo Yuki, and actress Takimoto Miori as Sakuraba Mio / Miko.
On September 24, 2007, the five members of Hey! Say! 7 were joined by Johnny's Jr's, Kota Yabu, Kei Inoo, Hikaru Yaotome, Keito Okamoto and past member Ryutaro Morimoto. The ten-member group was split into two sub-groups of five based on age: Hey! Say! BEST (older members) and Hey! Say! 7 (younger members).
He was educated at Framlingham College in England before returning to the Tokyo Metropolitan Area, and is the only member of Hey! Say! JUMP who speaks fluent English. He plays guitar along with Kota Yabu and Hikaru Yaotome in their concerts.
Ya-Ya-yah is a Johnny's Jr. group from Johnny & Associates, which also produced groups such as KAT-TUN, SMAP, TOKIO, KinKi Kids, Arashi, NEWS and Tackey & Tsubasa. On May 15, 2002, the group released double A-side single "Yūki 100%/Sekai ga Hitotsu ni Narumade." The single debuted at #9 on the Oricon charts. On September 24, 2007, members Kota Yabu and Hikaru Yaotome debuted under Hey! Say! JUMP. As of November 30, 2007 after the resignation of Taiyo Ayukawa from Johnny & Associates, Ya-Ya-yah has been removed from Johnny & Associates's official line-up. In 2010, the remaining previous Ya-Ya-yah member Shoon Yamashita, resigned from the company.
Hikaru Yaotome both composed and wrote the song titled "Ai☆Sukuriimu" (アイ☆スクリーム). Kota Yabu, Yuya Takaki, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima, and Yuri Chinen participated in writing lyrics for the new songs. Daiki Arioka arranged one of the songs that Yuya Takaki wrote: "Time". Kei Inoo and Keito Okamoto participated in the studio session for the new songs as musical performers. The lyrics for the song titled "Thank you (Bokutachi kara kimi e)" (Thank You ~僕たちから君へ~, lit. "Thank you: From us to you") were written by Hey! Say! JUMP.
In June 2006, Golf & Mike was awarded Best Breakthrough Artist from the Channel [V] Thailand Music Video Awards 2006. Later that month, they showed up in Japan forming Johnny's Entertainment's first ever international unit, Kitty GYM along with popular J-pop figure, Tomohisa Yamashita. "GYM", stands for Golf, Yamashita and Mike, respectively with "Kitty" standing for the 4 Johnny's Jrs, Hiromitsu Kitayama (Kis-my-ft2), Kei Inoo (J.J. Express, later Hey! Say! JUMP), Shota Totsuka (A.B.C.), and Hikaru Yaotome (Ya-Ya-Yah, later Hey! Say! JUMP). GYM released one single, "Fever to Future" (フィーバーとフューチャー) as an official supporter of the Women's Volleyball World Grandprix. The single ranked No. 1 on the Oricon chart. Golf & Mike also performed in 25 rounds of Johnny's Jr no Daibouken Concert.