Synonyms for hiroki_narimiya or Related words with hiroki_narimiya

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Examples of "hiroki_narimiya"
At the moment Mizutani stars in a regular TV Asahi detective drama called "Aibō" () with actors Yasufumi Terawaki (2000-2008), Mitsuhiro Oikawa (2009-2012) and Hiroki Narimiya (2012-).
Hiroki Narimiya portrays Phoenix in the 2012 live-action film "Ace Attorney". The film loosely adapts the events of the first game, including Phoenix's first case, his meeting with Maya, and his defense of Edgeworth.
The film was announced in April 2015. The casting of Mirei Kiritani as Aguri Yukimura and Kazunari Ninomiya as the God of Death was announced in September 2015. The casting of Hiroki Narimiya as Kōtarō Yanagisawa was announced in December 2015 and the casting of Tsuyoshi Abe as Red Eye was announced in January 2016.
"Hadashi no Mirai" was used as the campaign song for Coca-Cola and is evident on the cover art design for the limited edition. "Kotoba yori Taisetsu na Mono" was used as the theme song for the drama "Stand Up!!" starring Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya, NEWS member Tomohisa Yamashita, Anne Suzuki, Hiroki Narimiya and Shun Oguri.
The album contains the singles "Hadashi no Mirai/Kotoba yori Taisetsu na Mono" and "Pikanchi Double". "Kotoba yori Taisetsu na Mono" is the theme song of the drama "Stand Up!!" starring Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya, Anne Suzuki, NEWS member Tomohisa Yamashita, Shun Oguri and Hiroki Narimiya, while "Pikanchi Double" is the theme song of the movie "Pikanchi: Life is Hard Dakara Happy", the sequel to "Pikanchi: Life is Hard Dakedo Happy".
"Yakuza 4" has three new protagonists in addition to Kazuma Kiryu, the main character since the original "Yakuza" game: Masayoshi Tanimura (Hiroki Narimiya), Shun Akiyama (Kōichi Yamadera) and Taiga Saejima (Rikiya Koyama). Other new characters include Junji Sugiuchi (Kenichi Endou), a Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department detective; Hiroaki Arai (Ikki Sawamura), a Tojo Clan yakuza; Seishirō Munakata (Kinya Kitaoji), a high-ranking police officer and a woman, Lily (Maju Ozawa). Returning characters are Haruka Sawamura, Goro Majima, Makoto Date, Daigo Dojima and Goh Hamazaki.
Two live-action film adaptations have been made for "Nana". The first, "Nana", was released on September 3, 2005. The film stars Mika Nakashima as the punk star Nana Osaki, Aoi Miyazaki as Hachi (Nana Komatsu), Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren Honjo, Tetsuji Tamayama as Takumi Ichinose, Hiroki Narimiya as Nobuo Terashima, and Matsuyama Kenichi as Shinichi Okazaki. The DVD edition was released on March 3, 2006. The film did quite well at the Japanese box office, grossing more than 4 billion yen, and staying in the top 10 for several weeks.
A Japanese television drama adaptation of the series premiered on January 8, 2008. It aired every Tuesday at 21:00 JST for 11 episodes on Fuji TV until March 18, 2008. Written by Kaneko Shigeki, and directed by Masaki Tanamura and Hiroaki Matsuyama, the show starred Toma Ikuta as Takemoto, Riko Narumi as Hagumi, Hiroki Narimiya as Morita, Osamu Mukai as Mayama, and Natsuki Harada as Ayumi. The music for the series was provided by Shōgo Kaida, Keiichi Miyako (SOPHIA) and Shin Kōno, while the theme song to the series was "Canvas" by the Japanese R&B singer Ken Hirai. A DVD set was released for the series on July 11, 2008.
Matsumoto gained further popularity as an actor in 2002 when he starred in the first season of "Gokusen" with Yukie Nakama, Shun Oguri, Tomohiro Waki, Hiroki Narimiya and Yuma Ishigaki. His portrayal of the troubled but highly intelligent student, Shin Sawada, drew acclaim and won him Best Supporting Actor at the 33rd Television Drama Academy Awards. He later returned with most of the original cast to star in the special epilogue episode in 2003. Soon after, his character also made a cameo in Sakurai's comedy series . In the same year, Matsumoto took another high-profile role in the live-action adaptation of manga series "Kimi wa Pet" as Takeshi "Momo" Goda, starring opposite Koyuki.
The game was first hinted at as a crossover between Capcom and Level-5 by Inafune, who was talking to Japanese business magazine "Diamond" prior to the Tokyo Game Show 2010, where he mentioned that he had great respect for Akihiro Hino, the CEO of Level-5. On September 25, 2010 the game was outed on Twitter when Jiro Ishii of Level-5 accidentally tweeted to Jin Fujisawa of Square Enix, "Huh? Oh, Gyakuten XX. I'm making it, with Mr. Takumi!" in Japanese. This led to rampant speculation of a new "Ace Attorney" game being developed by Level-5, similar to how new Capcom games from established franchises are being developed externally, such as being developed by British developer Ninja Theory. The mistake was quickly covered up by Jiro Ishii who tweeted later that day that, "A misunderstanding seems to be spreading, so let me say that I'm currently working only on "Time Travelers"" Yo Oizumi and Maki Horikita, who voiced Professor Layton and Luke in previous games reprise their roles, whilst Phoenix and Maya are voiced by Hiroki Narimiya and Mirei Kiritani, who also played their roles in the "Gyakuten Saiban" live action film.
When a cleanup team arrives to clean Shinozaki's flat, Asuka becomes acquainted with Shinobu Sasahara (Hiroki Narimiya), a cleaner with experiences in the supernatural who tells her that the living and the dead reside in two separate times: the living races through time, while the dead stops at the time they died. Asuka consults with Sasahara when Shinozaki haunts her and is told that he can contact a psychic friend of his. Returning home, Asuka is greeted by no one and becomes hysterical. Sasahara learns from Asuka's foster parents that Asuka's entire family had died from a bus accident years ago with Asuka as the only survivor; since then, Asuka has been blaming herself, refusing to turn a blind eye and move on. Sasahara invites his psychic friend, Sanae Nonomura (Satomi Tezuka), who concludes that Asuka is not haunted by Shinozaki, who only wants to say thank you for discovering him, but by Minoru, a boy living in the apartment 13 years ago when he died in a hide-and-seek game in which his body was incinerated inside a trash bin.