Synonyms for hiromi_nagasaku or Related words with hiromi_nagasaku

shinichi_tsutsumi              shinobu_otake              kōji_yakusho              maki_horikita              teruyuki_kagawa              asami_mizukawa              miho_kanno              shota_matsuda              eri_fukatsu              miki_nakatani              aoi_miyazaki              satomi_ishihara              hitomi_kuroki              erika_toda              mirai_moriyama              kyoka_suzuki              kōichi_satō              takao_osawa              takayuki_yamada              shun_oguri              kirin_kiki              satoshi_tsumabuki              akira_emoto              masami_nagasawa              yoshio_harada              yukie_nakama              shima_iwashita              juri_ueno              chizuru_ikewaki              yū_aoi              tae_kimura              takako_tokiwa              kyōka_suzuki              haruka_ayase              machiko_ono              ryuhei_matsuda              kengo_kora              kanjiya              jun_kunimura              naohito_fujiki              mariko_okada              sadao_abe              mirei_kiritani              ren_osugi              kyoko_fukada              masaki_okada              satomi_kobayashi              ken_mitsuishi              haruma_miura              kiichi_nakai             



Examples of "hiromi_nagasaku"
Ribbon was a Japanese pop group that consisted of Hiromi Nagasaku, Arimi Matsuno and Aiko Satoh. It released its first single on 6 December 1989, and its final album before it disbanded on 18 March 1994.
Su-ki-da i is a 2005 Japanese romantic drama film. The plot centers on two teenagers who deal with tragedy and then have to grow up. It was written and directed by Hiroshi Ishikawa and stars Hidetoshi Nishijima, Hiromi Nagasaku, Eita, and Aoi Miyazaki.
A play adaptation of "Pluto" that incorporated 3D imagery via projection mapping opened at Tokyo's Bunkamura Theatre Cocoon on January 9, 2015. Directed and choreographed by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, it starred Mirai Moriyama as Atom, Yasufumi Terawaki as Gesicht, Hiromi Nagasaku as both Uran and Helena, Akira Emoto as both Dr. Tenma and Blau 1589, Kazutoyo Yoshimi as both Dr. Ochanomizu and Dr. Roosevelt, and Yutaka Matsushige as Abullah.
When drawing the main character Kaya Satozuka, author Ohmi Tomu used actress Hiromi Nagasaku and her own sister-in-law as references for Kaya's appearance. She also used her sister-in-law as a basic model for Kaya's personality because of her firm and resolute nature. Kaya's undergarments were given a certain degree of attention because of Tomu's penchant for lace underwear. The amount of exposure was increased in later chapters as the story progressed.
A woman named Kiwako (Hiromi Nagasaku) abducts a baby from a man with whom she has had an affair. For four years Kiwako has raised the child as her own until she gets arrested. The child named Erina is then returned to her birth parents, but she can't find peace. As an adult, Erina (Mao Inoue) also has an affair with a married man and gets pregnant. To confront her past, Erina goes to Shodoshima where she has lived with Kiwako as a child. There Erina discovers a shocking truth and makes a decision.
Ogiwara Saki (Miho Kanno) is a woman who does not go with the flow of society but forges her own path. She hates flattering men and trying to be nice to people of the same sex. She has failed the bar exam nine times in a row but persists in her dream of being a lawyer while working as a clerk at a law firm. Saki's good friend, Hasumi Riko (Hiromi Nagasaku), who is a mother of two children, was high school classmates with Saki, but is in fact 35, because she had deliberately declared herself to be two years younger. She has no qualms of lying for the sake of female happiness, pretending to be married to a man of wealth and blessed with children. Because her personality is the exact opposite, this accentuates Saki's uncompromising way of life.