Synonyms for ikimonogakari or Related words with ikimonogakari

chugaku              gakari              shiritsu              yuuka              greeeen              riyu              itoshii              yureru              kobukuro              yasashii              hitori              sugite              aishiteru              odoru              ketsumeishi              soshite              nakeru              nogizaka              kouhaku              hataraku              hashiritai              kanashii              shuraba              itsuka              owaranai              kamisama              songu              itsumademo              hoshii              hitorigoto              sagashi              kaketa              ikimono              ikenai              mankai              tsuyoi              kanashiki              inori              omoi              koibito              nakanaide              itsumo              shiranai              tsumetai              glay              ongaku              oyasumi              aitakute              seikou              egao             

Examples of "ikimonogakari"
On January 5, 2017, Ikimonogakari ended its group activities, referring to it as its "grazing period".
Source for romanized title tracks: Source for track information: Ikimonogakari Official Site English translations are unofficial.
The source for romanized title tracks is (Source for track information: Ikimonogakari Official Site). English translations are unofficial.
The premiere episode will be 73 minutes longer, and features Ikimonogakari, Tatsuya Ishii, Sayuri Ishikawa, Yukino Ichikawa, Midori Oka, AKB48, Chris Hart, Saburo Kitajima, Ayaka Hirakawa, Fuyumi Sakamoto, Akira Fuse, Keisuke Yamauchi, Il Divo and Sumire.
The episodes use five pieces of theme music: two opening themes and three ending themes. The opening theme for the first eleven episodes is by High and Mighty Color; the rest of the episodes use "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight" by Beat Crusaders. The first ending theme is by SunSet Swish, switching at episode 75 to "Hanabi" by Ikimonogakari and again at episode 87 to "Movin!!" by Takacha.
Though to an extent a reference to the songwriters themselves, the title "I" is largely a reference to the fact that the band had intended the listeners to develop a personal connection with the album and to give the impression that the songs were being sung from the listener's perspective. "I" is also significant for being the most common letter of the alphabet in "Ikimonogakari" and (when pronounced phonetically) sounds not only like 愛 "ai" the Japanese for love but also 哀 "ai" the Japanese for sadness, a reference to the emotions the band hopes convey to the listeners.
On March 4, 2009, their first-ever collection of video works, "Tottemo Ēzō", was released. That year, Mizuno was put in charge of writing the song "Yell" as the set piece for the junior high division of the 76th annual NHK Nationwide School Music Contest. Their 15th single "Yell / Joyful" came out September 23, taking the No. 1 single spot for the Oricon daily charts and the number 2 spot for the weekly chart, the highest rankings so far for any of their singles. The band won one of the Gold Artist awards at the 2009 Best Hit Song Festival (November 26), their first time winning one of the show's prizes. They followed that up with their fourth studio album "Hajimari no Uta", released on December 23, and debuting as the number 1 album on the Oricon weekly charts. On New Year's Eve, the band appeared again in the 60th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen festival. On June 9, 2012, Japanese television network NHK announced that the theme song for its Olympic broadcasts would be performed by Ikimonogakari. The song is titled "Kaze ga fuiteiru" (Wind is blowing). The three members wrote the song and said its lyrics will hopefully encourage Japan’s athletes like a strong wind. During the Olympics, the band made live appearances in Great Britain on NHK. On March 15, 2016, the day of their 10th anniversary, they released a new album, "Cho-Ikimonogakari~Temnenkinen Members' Best Selection~" and got the number one in music chart.
The story follows the story of Ren Mihashi, a pitcher who was blamed by his middle school team for their string of losses, and as a result suffers from low self-esteem and transfers to a different high school. There, the school's first baseball team is being formed and Mihashi reluctantly joins as their Ace Pitcher. Assisted by his new teammates (and especially the catcher, Takaya Abe), he grows in stature, confidence and skill, helping his team excel with his own abilities. There are two opening and ending theme songs for the series. The first is , sung by Base Ball Bear, and the second is "Seishun Line" (), by Ikimonogakari. "Medaka no Mita Niji" (), performed by Kozue Takada, is the first ending theme, and the second is "Arigatō" (), by SunSet Swish.
On March 15, 2006, the band released their first single, SAKURA, produced by Masanori Shimada. This was their major label debut with Epic Records Japan of Sony. Their second single "Hanabi" was released on May 31, 2006, earning the band their first appearance on the Oricon top 10 chart with a number 5 debut. Between November 10 and November 30, they held their first live tour, called "Ikimonogakari no Minna-san, Konni-Tour! 2006". They released their first full-length studio album on March 7, 2007, entitled "Sakura Saku Machi Monogatari", debuting at number 4 on the Oricon weekly album charts. Between May 24 to June 14, they went on a live tour to support this album. Their second major studio album, "Life Album", came out on February 13, 2008, debuting at number 2 on the Oricon weekly album charts. This album's live tour was from March 30 to May 23. On July 7, they came out with their tenth single, "Bluebird", which also became an opening song for the "Naruto" anime, and the group's first to crack the Top 3 in Oricon Singles. On December 24, they released their third studio album, "My Song Your Song". This album topped the Oricon weekly charts, becoming their first work to achieve a first ranking on any chart. On December 31, they debuted in the 59th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen festival.
The album debuted at number one on Japan's Oricon daily albums chart, with 22,000 copies sold. It later debuted at number one on Oricon's weekly charts with 231,000 copies sold, her seventh successive Japanese language number one album. It outsold albums of Kara, Masaharu Fukuyama and Ikimonogakari that week but the figure was less than half of that of the first week of her 2008 studio album, "Heart Station", which had sold 480,000 copies. The album has been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for more than 500,000 physical copies shipped to music stores. According to "Oricon"'s sales data, the album was the 20th most sold album in Japanese CD stores in 2010. However, with 441,000 copies sold, it is currently Utada's lowest selling Japanese album. However, including her entire discography, it is her third worst selling album, after Universal English-language albums "This Is the One" (2009) and "Utada the Best" (2010). In South Korea, the album debuted at the #1 spot in the Gaon International Albums Chart in the week of December 5–11, 2010, but the album only charted for a week. In Taiwan, the album debuted at the sixth spot on the G-Music Combo album charts, having 1.54% of total album sales in the week of December 10–16, 2010 but it quickly dropped to the #19 spot, contributing to 0.81% of the total album sales for the week of December 17–23, 2010, charting for only two weeks, selling almost 8,000 copies in total, but behind other Asian acts which sold above the 8,000-mark in the said chart like Ayumi Hamasaki, Namie Amuro, Wonder Girls and Super Junior.