Synonyms for ichido or Related words with ichido

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Examples of "ichido"
is a single by Iku released on February 25, 2009 in Japan by Geneon. The song "Chikaigoto ~Sukoshi Dake Mou Ichido~" was the second ending theme to the anime "Toaru Majutsu no Index".
"Mō Ichido" (もう一度, meaning One more time) is Mai Kuraki's thirty-sixth single. It was released on May 25, 2011. Her short video for the TV Drama was released on May 11, 2011.
Pizzicato is the first album from Yoko Takahashi, including the hit single "Mou Ichido Aitakute", which reached #38 in the Oricon weekly charts, while the album reached #75 and charted for two weeks.
E-girls members Anna Suda and Ruri Kawamoto joined the group in May 2013 as a dancer and vocalist respectively, and the group released their fifth single, "Sunshine Dream: Ichido Kiri no Natsu".
Her hit song, titled "Chiisaki Mono" or "Make a Wish" (English Version), was used in the sixth Pokémon movie, (Japanese: "Nanayo no Negai Boshi"; literally "Wishing Star of Seven Nights"). Other notable songs include "Hitotsubu no Tane ~Love the Earth~", "Snowdrop", "Jibun Shinjite" and "Mou Ichido Anata ni Aitai".
Another new single "Mou Ichido" was released on May 25, 2011, followed by "Your Best Friend" on October 19. "Strong Heart", her first single to be released in DVD, was unveiled on November 23, and its proceeds were donated to the victims of the March 2011 calamity.
After gaining several years of experience as a session musician, she debuted as a singer-songwriter in 1972. During her early career, she worked under her birth name . In 1975, Arai became known as a composer for ""Ichigo Hakusho" wo Mou Ichido", a commercially successful song recorded by the folk duo BanBan. She also gained popularity as a vocalist in the same year, through the success of "Ano Hi ni Kaeritai" that became her first number-one spot on the Japan's Oricon Charts.
Mochida began her career as a child actress, appearing in magazines and TV commercials. She then became a member of the second generation of idol group The Kuro Buta All-Stars, and entered the entertainment world as (Kaori Mochida, with "Kaori" written in "hiragana"). Shortly after, she released her first single as a solo artist, titled "Mō Ichido" in November 1993. She didn't decide to become a singer professionally until she was in high school.
"Smile for..." was initially announced as the sole A-side, however a few weeks later Ueto's label revealed it would be released as a double A-side single, with "Mō Ichido Dake." The single was initially scheduled to be released on June 3, 2009, however, on May 16, 2009, it was announced on Ueto's official website that, due to manufacturing issues, the release would be postponed three weeks to June 24, 2009.
"Smile for.../Mō Ichido Dake" debuted on the Oricon Daily Singles chart at number 9 on June 22, 2009 and climbed to number 8 the following day. It peaked at number 10 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart, with 8,854 copies sold in its first week, making it Ueto's first single in four years, and tenth overall, to enter the top ten, since "Yume no Chikara" (2005). The single charted for five weeks and has sold a total of 13,368 copies.
Since 1972, when he arranged for Hideki Saijo's album "Chance wa Ichido", he has worked in composition and arrangement. He has been active composing "Kayōkyoku"; idol songs; "enka"; film, TV drama, and anime soundtracks; and commercial songs; among others. Besides his hundreds of compositions, he was in charge of soundtrack for a number of anime series, most notably "The Rose of Versailles", and a few live action series and films. He has worked under the pseudonyms "Mark Davis", "Jimmy Johnson", "Michael Korgen", from the fact that since the late 1970s, many foreign artists have been hired on TV CMs, and because he wanted to show he had a foreign style in some ways.
In 2000, Nakamura signed a contract with major label Sony, and debuted in the following year. During this time, he took extended trips alone to countries such as Brazil, Kenya and Thailand. After two singles, he debuted with the album "Funk Renaissance" in 2002. Following up this album, he released a cover of Kazuhiko Kato's "Ano Subarashii Ai o Mō Ichido" on a compilation album called "What's Cover?", and released it as a single two months later. None of Nakamura's Sony releases charted on Oricon's charts. 
After the release of "Namida no Niji/Save Me," Ueto took a hiatus from her music to focus on her acting career. News of a new single first surfaced online after musician Akinori Yamada blogged about his recording session with Ueto. Her name was quickly edited out of the comment due to the secretive nature of the project. "Smile for.../Mō Ichido Dake" is Ueto's first single in over two years and her sixth double A-side single. It was released as part of the Smile Project 2009, the working title for Ueto's concept album "Happy Magic: Smile Project".
Dropped out of university and devoted himself to music. Formed a four-person rock band, Moon Dance, taking part as vocalist and guitarist. After the band broke up, pursued a career as a soloist. While performing at various live house venues such as Shibuya Take-Off7, Shinjuku LOFT, and Shinjuku Ruido, established a music production company and was involved in composition and production. In 1982, released the single version of "Crying in the City / Mo Ichido Rabu Songu" on his own record label with arrangement and piano by composer Toshiyuki Omori. For the live version, Yasuharu Ogura, band member of EXILE, played the piano.
Kuririn has performed many songs throughout the years. These songs feature his voice actor Mayumi Tanaka in character singing cheerfully about certain thing pertaining to Kuririn. First with the song "Asa - Hiru - Yoru - Kimi - Boku" from the album "Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection IV: Character Special" released in 1990. Then with "Ichido wa Kekkon Shitai Manbo" from "Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 8: Character Special 2" released in 1991. Where he happily sings about the desire to get married. And the title track from "Dragon Ball Z Hit Song Collection 17: Hippy Hoppy Shake!!" released in 1995.
Prior to her debut, Kawakami planned on releasing one digital single per month for twelve months, with a plan to release a debut physical album after the twelve singles. In 2009, she released "Go! Let's Go!," "Hurricane Love," "Lonely Flight," and "Aitai yo... Love You" in September, October, November, and December respectively. For 2010, she released "Flying Rabbit" on January 27, "Sakura Mau" on February 17, "Mō Ichido..." on March 17, "Brightest Way" on April 7, "Sōda-mi no Kiss" on May 19, "Namida no Naka Kimi o Mitsuke Ta" on June 16, and "Hāto no bakudan" on July 7. She will release her twelfth single "Ima Sugu Kiss Me" on August 11. Her debut physical album, self-titled "Jurian Beat Crisis", is expected to be released on September 1, 2010.
"Smile for...," was written, composed, and produced by singer-songwriter Kohmi Hirose. It served as ending theme for the TV Tokyo anime "Katekyō Hitman Reborn!", from episode 127 to episode 139, which aired from April 4 to June 27, 2009. The song was made available in Chaku-Uta ringtone format on April 1, 2009. "Mō Ichido Dake" was composed by Ketsumeishi member, Ryoji. The song marked her fourth collaboration with Ryoji, who also composed her single "Kaze o Ukete," and its B-side "Yakusoku no Basho," and "Egao no Mama de." It served as ending theme for the TV Asahi late-night program "Ren'ai Hyakkei". Its Chaku-Uta ringtone was released on May 8, 2009.
As a songwriter and lyricist, Yumi Matsutoya wrote hundreds of songs for Hi-Fi Set, Asami Kobayashi, Kenji Sawada, Hiromi Gō, Toshihiko Tahara, Reimy and many other artists. Some of them became big hits, such as "Ichigo Hakusho o Mou Ichido"(Performed by Banban, 1975) "Machibuse" (Performed by Seiko Miki, Hitomi Ishikawa, originally released in 1975). Most of their hit tunes were sung by an idol singer Seiko Matsuda. Several songs sung by Matsuda reached number one at Oricon singles chart; such as "Akai Sweet Pea", "Nagisa no Balcony"(1982) and "Hitomi wa Diamond"(1986). These singles are known as notable Matsuda's song. Matsutoya has collaborated with many songwriters and lyricists; Yosui Inoue, Takashi Matsumoto, Kōki Mitani, Kunihiko Kase, Shizuka Ijuin and many others. When Matsutoya wrote songs for other singers, she often used pseudonyms . It was parody on the name of Greta Garbo.
In August 2012, the groups main vocalist, Mayu Sugieda, was diagnosed with mononucleosis and postponed promotional activities to receive treatment. This led to several changes to the line-up of Happiness were made; in May 2013, performer Anna Suda and vocalist Ruri Kawamoto were added to the girl group. Whilst Sugieda was on hiatus, the groups management, LDH, decided to move forward and announce the release of Happiness' single "Sunshine Dream (Ichido Kiri no Natsu)", which was distributed by Rhythm Zone and Avex Music Creative Inc. in August that year. The following month, Sugieda returned and went under the stage name Mayu; however, on April 7, 2014, she announced her departure from both the group and E-girls. LDH announced plans to release a new single in May of that year, titled "Juicy Love"; this would place members Karen Fujii and Kawamoto as the groups main vocalists, and their first single since Sugeida's exit.
In spring 1986, Tokyo Zokei University students Masamune Kusano and Akihiro Tamura met for the first time. Along with fellow drummer Atsushi Ono, they formed the band called the Cheetahs, which was named after the nickname of 1960s Japanese female pop icon Kiyoko Suizenji. The trio had usually performed hard rock-renditions of the Japanese kayokyoku and folk-rock tunes from the 1960s and 70s, such as "365-Ho no March" (Suizenji's signature song) and "Ichigo Hakusho o Mo Ichido" (a song written by Yumi Arai and originally recorded by the Bang Bang). To focus on the stage performance as a frontman, Kusano recruited another guitarist Taku Nishiwaki, and then the band changed its name to the Spitz. However, after the vocalist transferred from Tokyo Zokei University to Musashino Art University, the band itself broke up circa 1987.