Synonyms for hohoemi or Related words with hohoemi

egao              kanashimi              mukou              unmei              kakera              hoshizora              naisho              kimochi              shiawase              chikai              itsuka              yakusoku              hajimari              dakishimete              hajimete              negai              anata              otona              tsukiyo              jibun              omoide              yukue              bokura              mayonaka              hitotsu              hanabira              yasashisa              kaze              bokutachi              jounetsu              youni              meiro              tonari              omoi              shinjitsu              kuchibiru              hitori              futari              kiseki              tenshi              inochi              okurimono              tobira              taiyou              onnatachi              namida              boku              itsumo              zutto              kotoba             

Examples of "hohoemi"
BGM: "Eternal Wind ~ Hohoemi wa Hikaru Kaze no Naka" by Hiroko Moriguchi, Kimi wo Mitsumete by Hiroko Moriguchi ("Full Boost")
The album features opening and ending theme songs to "YuYu Hakusho" series, namely "Sayonara Bye Bye", "Hohoemi no Bakudan", "Daydream Generation" and "Unbalanced kisses".
The title is a pun on the English word "Limits" and Natsukawa's first name. A similar pun appears on the track "Hohoemi ni Shite (RiMidori Ver.)," a merge between the first names of Natsukawa and contributing duet partner, Midori Karashima.
The album includes hit songs that were featured in the "YuYu Hakusho" series like "Hohoemi no Bakudan" (JP #45) and "Unbalance na Kiss wo Shite" (JP #28) and pop ballad "Taiyou ga Mata Kagayaku Toki" (JP #9).
Three pieces of theme music are used for the episodes; one opening theme and two closing themes. The opening theme is by Matsuko Mawatari. The closing themes are by Hiro Takahashi, used for the first eight episodes, and Mawatari's "Daydream Generation" for all remaining episodes except episode 112, which uses "Hohoemi no Bakudan" as the closing theme.
The anime opening theme is "Spread Wings" by Aki Misato, and the ending theme is "NEVERLAND" by Miyuki Hashimoto. "PARANoiA" by Aki Misato was the ending theme for episode 1 and "Hohoemi Genocide" by Alex3 was the ending theme for episode 10.
The background music for the anime was composed by Hiromi Mizutani, and the original soundtrack, titled "Requiem", was released by King Records on September 25, 2013. The first printing of the original soundtrack also included an image song titled "Hohoemi no Ame" for Ai Astin, sung by her voice actress Aki Toyosaki.
KISS KISS / Lucky Guy is Kim Hyun-joong's first Japanese single. It mostly consists of Japanese versions of previously released Korean songs from his mini albums "Break Down" and "Lucky". The only original Japanese song is "Hohoemi No Chikara" (Japanese: ほほえみのちから), which is featured on one of the three available editions.
She is known for having written "Hohoemi no Bakudan" (Smile Bomb), which is the opening theme for the "YuYu Hakusho" anime series. She also sang a few other songs from the same anime, such as "Sayonara Bye Bye", "Homework ga Owaranai", and "Daydream Generation".
As with every Dir En Grey album following "Vulgar" (2003), the lyrics are solely composed by Kyo, and all music is credited to Dir En Grey wholly, while the online liner notes give some insight into individual writing of songs, such as drummer, Shinya's writing of "Namamekashiki Ansoku, Tamerai ni Hohoemi".
The opening theme differed depending on the broadcasting. The series first used "Doremi no Uta (Doremi Song)" as the intro theme during earlier broadcasting, however, the DVD and video version of the series uses "Hohoemi no Mahou (Smile Magic)" as the new opening song.
Their double A-side single "Aoi Bara/Wine Red no Kokoro (2010 version)" was released on March 3, 2010. Tamaki wrote the lyrics and music of "Aoi Bara." The single debuted at #9 on Oricon weekly charts, becoming their first Top 10 single in 21 years 6 months since their single "Hohoemi ni Kanpai" in 1988.
Eighth Wonder is the eighth studio album by Japanese music group AAA, released on September 18, 2013. The album contains five singles that were previously released —"Niji", "Miss you/Hohoemi No Saku Basho", "Party It Up", "Love Is In The Air" and "Koi Oto to Amazora"— all of which made the top 10 on the Oricon weekly singles chart.
U-ka saegusa IN db II is the second studio album by Japanese group U-ka Saegusa in dB. The album includes 4 previously released singles since Nemuru Kimi no Yokogao ni Hohoemi wo till Itsuka Kokoro ni Taiyou wo. The album was released on November 7, 2004 under Giza Studio label. The album reached #23 rank in Oricon for first week. It charted for 4 weeks and totally sold 20,814 copies.
An album based on fan request was released on January 23, 2008, titled Zard Request Best: Beautiful Memory. NTV Morning News program, Zoom In Super's December 28, 2007 reports that over 500,000 entries were mailed to Being. Surprisingly, Makenaide and Yureru Omoi were not in the top 3, though they made the top 10. The three most voted songs were 1) Ano Hohoemi o Wasurenaide, 2) Shoujo no Koro ni Modotta Mitai ni, 3) Kakegae no Naimono.
They had eight top 10 songs; 年下の男の子 (Toshishita no Otokonoko), 春一番 (Haru Ichiban), 夏が来た! (Natsu ga Kita!), やさしい悪魔 (Yasashii Akuma), 暑中お見舞い申し上げます (Shochuu Omimai Moshiagemasu), アン・ドゥ・トロワ (Un, Deux, Trois), わな (Wana), and 微笑がえし (Hohoemi Gaeshi). They were a representative idol group of Japan in the 1970s along with Pink Lady.
A single of the opening and ending themes of the visual novel "Aria The Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage" was released 6 October 2006 under the Geneon Entertainment label, and peak ranked 74th on the Oricon singles chart. It included vocal and instrumental versions of "Blue Blue Wave" and "Sono Chiisana Chiisana Hohoemi de" performed by Kaori, with music and lyrics by Chiyomaru Shikura for both songs.
In July 1977, during a live performance, the trio made a surprise announcement that "[they] want[ed] to return to being normal girls" and immediately end their careers. After a press conference to calm down the masses, they announced the formal disbandment date during the following April. Thus, in December 1977, Fujimura was finally given the lead vocalist position on the single ""Wana" (Trap)". The single reached #2 on the Oricon charts, and was their highest-charting single until the following year, when they released their penultimate single ""Hohoemi Gaeshi" (Return of a Smile)" which charted at #1.
On September 18, AKB48 held its annual rock-paper-scissors tournament at Nippon Budokan to determine the lineup for its 34th single, with Jurina Matsui the winner. After the event the group announced the lineup and performed its 33rd single, "Heart Electric", which was released in October. Its music video was directed by Shusuke Kaneko, known for the Heisei Gamera trilogy "" and the live-action film version of "Death Note". On December 11 the group released its 34th single, "Suzukake no Ki no Michi de 'Kimi no Hohoemi o Yume ni Miru' to Itte Shimattara Bokutachi no Kankei wa Dō Kawatte Shimau no ka, Bokunari ni Nan-nichi ka Kangaeta Ue de no Yaya Kihazukashii Ketsuron no Yō na Mono", and on December 31 longtime member Yuko Oshima announced on "Kohaku Uta Gassen" that she was leaving the group. The group was the 2nd artist by total sales revenue in Japan in 2013, with ¥13.254 billion.
Prior to the transfer announcement to Avex, separately from his solo career, was organized a band, "Yellow Fried Chickenz", whose name refers to human cowardice. Besides the nationwide tour in June and August, from July 16, he made his first appearance touring Europe, performing at clubs in London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, and Bochum. On July 21, the compilation album, "", was released, which was a collection of the singer's singles from the second half of his tenure with the label. On August 23, he participated in the 85th Kenshin Festival for the third time, with event record attendance of more than 240,000 visitors. On December 14, he participated in and performed in a Hohoemi project charity event called "Message! to Asia", by DATV at Tokyo Dome, whose profits were planned to help street children in Cambodia and the Philippines. For an auction at the event, he auctioned his custom 1999 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am MS6, which was sold for ().