Synonyms for hitotsu or Related words with hitotsu

yakusoku              kimochi              kotoba              hitori              unmei              negai              anata              omoi              shiawase              hajimari              omoide              inochi              koibito              tenshi              chikai              jikan              tameni              tsukiyo              kamisama              yoru              namida              otona              shiranai              kanashimi              hajimete              bokura              shinjitsu              watashi              yasashii              ashita              taiyou              kisetsu              dekiru              bokutachi              kiseki              futatsu              wakare              tsuki              kekkon              maboroshi              kanojo              kakera              boku              yoake              tsuma              soshite              hitobito              mieru              itsumo              naisho             



Examples of "hitotsu"
"Akahana Hitotsu," "Kokoro no Katachi," "Rakuen (Makaru Sari)" and "Tsuki no Kaori" are original compositions. "Akahana Hitotsu" was written by Begin guitarist Masaru Shimabukuro.
Romanisation: Hitotsu ni Nareba, Ōkina Chikara ga Me wo Samasu.
Mahou Sensei Negima! Mou Hitotsu no Sekai ~ Theme Song Collection
Opening 1: "Hitotsu no Haato de; With One Heart" by Hitomi Mieno
The B-side, "Hitotsu no Uta", is a recording from their July Kyocera Dome concert.
The other songs in the maxi-single are Mandarin-language versions of songs from alan's Japanese singles, sharing the same music. "San Seng Shi San Sheng Lu" is the Chinese version of "Sakura Modern" from Ashita e no Sanka, and "Yi Ge" and "Mi Shi De Zhu Fu" are Chinese versions of "Hitotsu" and "Tokyo Mimei" respectively, both from Hitotsu.
Her single "Kokoro Hitotsu" released on August 27, 2003 was used as the theme song to the hit movie "Dragon Head".
"Hitotsu" () is a Japanese-language song by Chinese singer Alan, from her debut studio album "Voice of Earth" (2009). The single was released on March 5, 2008, and peaked at number one hundred on the "Oricon" charts.
The theme song is "Yuruginaimono Hitotsu" (ゆるぎないものひとつ) by B'z. It was released on April 12, 2006. Along with and , this is the third Detective Conan movie theme wrote by B'z.
"Tatta Hitotsu no Omoi" begins with the chorus, solely backed with stringed instrument-sounding synthesizer notes. The bulk of the song is arranged with bass, piano and percussion sound effects.
The precepts are not numbered or ordered; each begins with "hitotsu" meaning "one" or "first" to show that each rule has the same level of importance as the others.
While live concerts were not performed at the time of release, in the concert for Yonezu's second album "Yankee" held on June 27, 2014 in Tokyo, Yonezu performed "Machi", "Dagashiya Shōbai", "Vivi", "Hikarabita Bus Hitotsu" and "Go Go Yūreisen".
In yōkai depictions from the Edo period such as the Hyakkai Zukan, the "Bakemono Zukushi," and the "Bakemono Emaki," it was depicted under the name . Also, in Oshu, they are called "hitotsu managu."
Stay: Yoake no Soul is the seventh studio album by Japanese group Garnet Crow. The album was released on September 30, 2009, by Giza Studio. The lead single, "Yume no Hitotsu", was released on August 13, 2008.
In addition to television dramas, Miyu has also been featured in the music video of the song "Futari Hitotsu" by singer-songwriter Rake. She was also featured in 14th Tokyo Girls Collection Spring/Summer Collection 2012 as a fashion model.
Two pieces of theme music are used for the opening and closing of each episode. The opening theme is "Poppin' Heart ha Hitotsu Dake?" by Clover. The closing theme is "Kyun-Kyun-Panic" by MOSAIC.WAV.
"Hitotsu" was later re-recorded in Mandarin Chinese and placed on her debut single "" as "Yige" (一个); along with a Chinese version of "Tokyo Mimei", re-titled as "Mishi De Zhufu" (迷失的祝福). "Sign", sung in her native Tibetan language, was re-included on her second Chinese album "Xin De Dongfang" (2009).
Tatta Hitotsu no Koi (たったひとつの恋) or also sometimes known as "Just One Love"is a Japanese drama series, produced and aired in 2006 by NTV. It is a 10-episode drama series that was aired from October 14, 2006 through December 16, 2006.
"Yuruginaimono Hitotsu" is the forty-first single by B'z, released on April 12, 2006. This song is one of B'z many number-one singles in Oricon charts. The B-side "Pierrot" was also featured on the album "Monster" and it has been covered by Aya Kamiki. The song is used as the ending theme in "Detective Conan"s tenth feature film "".
For most purposes, Japanese uses Chinese numbers, rather than native numbers. However, native numbers are often used for counting numbers of items up to 10 – as in hitotsu, futatsu, mittsu (one item, two items, three items), notably days on the calendar, and with other Japanese counter words – and for various exceptions (fossils). These exceptions include , , , and .