Synonyms for hoshizora or Related words with hoshizora

yakusoku              kiseki              unmei              hajimari              mayonaka              jounetsu              kakera              kanashimi              okurimono              kimochi              tsukiyo              yoake              tatakai              shinjitsu              futatsu              susume              otona              hajimete              namida              kamigami              inochi              bokutachi              kioku              fukkatsu              natsuyasumi              hanayome              maboroshi              tsuioku              tabidachi              yukue              wakare              bokura              hitori              kodoku              nazo              naisho              koibito              taiyou              gekka              jikan              shiawase              darake              himitsu              omoi              hitotsu              utage              itoshi              rakuen              yabou              nanatsu             

Examples of "hoshizora"
The following lists the cast of characters from the visual novel Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi and its animated adaption.
The album consists of three songs, "Lucky Days", "Summer Blue", and "Hoshizora" and an instrumental version of each track.
The following lists the episodes, air dates and summaries of the animated adaption of Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi.
To celebrate the album's release, Misia held a concert at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall titled Lawson presents Misia Hoshizora no Live VII: 15th Celebration Thank you 15, Happy 16, serving as the 77th and last date of her nationwide Hoshizora no Live VII tour, which was broadcast live on YouTube.
Hoshizora no Live V Just Ballade is the fourth acoustic tour and fifteenth concert tour overall by Japanese R&B singer Misia in support of her ninth studio album, "Just Ballade". As well as being her longest overall tour yet, with 45 shows, it is also her longest acoustic tour, which usually begin and end in summer. The opening night, "Hoshizora no Live V: Etude", was held on Misia's birthday for fan club members only. The last four shows of the tour, renamed "Misia with Hoshizora no Orchestra 2010", were played with a backup orchestra and held in large arena venues. The tour attracted a total of 250,000 fans
Misia first performed "Boku wa Pegasus Kimi wa Polaris" on the January 18, 2014 date of her Hoshizora no Live VII tour, at the Nippon Budokan.
A second internet radio show, called "Radio Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi "Yorozu Yo Bekkan"", was hosted by Shiho Kawaragi and Aiko Okubo, who voice Senka and Koyori in the anime, respectively. It was broadcast every Friday on Onsen, between April 1 and August 26, 2011. A total of twenty two broadcasts were made. The radio show was used to promote the anime adaptation of "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi"., a major distributor of visual novels and domestic anime products, ranked "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi" as the number one visual novel sold for the month of its release, but failed to chart any further. It was, however, ranked as the third most sold game for the entire year on "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi" won a silver prize for character design at Moe Game Awards in 2011.
Hoshizora no Live VI Encore 2010 International Year of Biodiversity is the fifth acoustic tour and sixteenth concert tour overall by Japanese R&B singer Misia. The tour final was attended by 12,000 fans.
Amatsu-Mikaboshi is revered by the Seitenguu shrine in the visual novel "Hoshizora no Memoria", where he is represented by a meteorite that fell on the town in which the game takes place.
Misia's 2010 tour titled "Hoshizora no Live VI" included performances in the open air and within forests in order to raise awareness of biodiversity and to support her anthropological work.
The B-side "Daisy" was written and composed by singer-songwriter Kaori Sawada, whom also accompanied Misia on both her Hoshizora no Live VII: 15th Celebration and Misia Candle Night Fes. tours as backing vocalist.
Rin Hoshizora became the new face of the "Puyo Puyo" games in 2015 as part of a campaign by Sega to market the popularity of the anime by giving her a place on all of their current franchises.
Two internet radio shows have been produced based on "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi". The first of these, a radio drama called "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi Radio", was streamed on a Japanese internet radio network called Onsen during the visual novel's development, and was broadcast every Friday between October 16, 2009 and November 26, 2010. Ichigo Momoi and Kaname Yuzuki, who voiced Senka and Koyori in the visual novel, respectively, hosted the show. A total of fifty seven broadcasts were made. It was also published into two albums, released October 3, 2011.
The "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi" anime was reviewed by Aiden Foote of THEM Anime Reviews, where he panned the series for having "cliché" and "terrible" characters, and a "generic" plot. However, on the contrary, the first episode was reviewed by Chris Beveridge at, where he praised the anime's "natural flow", and "appealing" production quality. The "Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi" DVD sold 589 copies between July 4 and July 10, 2011 in Japan, and the blu-ray release sold 917 copies during the same period.
The sole ending song used for the series is called which was sung by Mami Ayukawa. ""Hoshizora no Believe"" was adapted from the song "Bad and Beautiful" from the 1976 album "Steppin' Out". In addition to the opening/ending songs an insert song was also made called . This song is sung by Hiroko Moriguchi and is used in episode twenty.
Hoshizora no Live: The Best of Acoustic Ballade is Misia's first live album, released on October 22, 2003. It sold 72,351 copies in its first week and peaked at #2. The album features live recordings of Misia's outdoor acoustic concert held in Okinawa on August 15 and 16, 2003.
"Life in Harmony" is a song by Japanese recording artist Misia from her tenth studio album, "Soul Quest". The song was released as a digital single on September 15, 2010. A four-track CD single was later released as a first press bonus to Misia's "Hoshizora no Live VI Encore 2010: International Year of Biodiversity" concert DVD and digitally released on November 10, 2010.
On August 22, 2007, a live version of the song performed at a Hoshizora no Live IV concert in Niigata was digitally distributed in Chaku-Uta format and a portion of the proceeds were donated to relief efforts for the 2007 Chūetsu offshore earthquake.
The opening music is "Zeta - Toki wo Koete", the anime series' first opening theme, and the in game music is a loop of "Mizu no Hoshi e Ai wo Komete", which was the second opening theme. The game over music is "Hoshizora no Believe", the closing theme to the anime series.