Synonyms for itoshi or Related words with itoshi

inochi              hanazakari              hanayome              kimitachi              nanatsu              fushigiboshi              kanashimi              atashinchi              koibito              kakera              jikenbo              onnatachi              mayonaka              hajimari              futagohime              tonari              futatsu              shichinin              unmei              hitobito              ashiato              yukue              maboroshi              uwasa              okite              chikai              darake              omocha              tsukiyo              musuko              wakare              yasei              hatachi              hajimete              gegege              otona              kekkon              tatakai              akogare              sasurai              shinjitsu              danshi              shiawase              kamisama              bokutachi              yoake              honoo              wagaya              tsuioku              yakusoku             

Examples of "itoshi"
In 2006's "Akubi Girl" (also 26 episodes), Akubi befriends a first-grader named Ruru-chan and attempts to grant her wish of becoming close friends with Itoshi-kun, the boy on whom she has a secret crush.
Itoshi Kimi e (愛し君へ, "To The One I Love") is a Japanese television series that aired on Fuji Television in 2004. The drama based on the novel "Gege" by Masashi Sada.
In Osaka she meets an odd young man, Itoshi, who can't look straight at people because he says he can read people's inner feelings. First finding him weird, Jun eventually becomes attracted to Itoshi, who himself falls in love with Jun, even though her name reminds him of his dead twin brother Jun. The two ultimately get married against the objections of his mother Taeko, a powerful lawyer who rules over her family with an unloving, iron fist. It is Taeko who helps a foreign company take over the Osaki Hotel, ruining Jun's dreams for that hotel.
The majority of the album's videos were shot in New York City, while "Guitar Kids Rhapsody" was shot in the Camden Lock borough in London, and in its historic market. "Bad Communication" and "Itoshi Hito Yo...Goodnight" feature footage compiled from their tours.
Finding out that her father plans to sell the Miyakojima hotel, Jun and Itoshi move back to Okinawa, but they fail to prevent the sale. Depressed, Jun wanders back to Osaka and by chance ends up at the Satoya Hotel, a rundown but friendly inn catering to people from Okinawa. Jun decides to make Satoya her "magical land" but has to face many problems along the way. Having helped bring her brother Tadashi and his Filipina girlfriend Mariya together, she has to repair their marriage when Tadashi has an affair. She helps Taeko when she has a nervous breakdown at Satoya. When her mother Harumi begins to show signs of Alzheimer's disease, Jun and Itoshi try to care for her despite the actions of Jun's seemingly uncaring father. Zenkō, however, dies trying to save Harumi when she mistakenly falls into the sea.
Released on May 15, 1995, "Six/Nine" was an even more psychological, conceptual album than "Darker Than Darkness -Style 93-" had been. Before the album was released, the band had another set of video concerts, featuring equally conceptual music videos for each song, directed by Hayashi Wataru. One of the songs, "Itoshi no Rock Star", featured Issay (Der Zibet) on backing vocals, he also appeared with the band on the tour.
Two months after Southern released their debut single, their first album called "Atsui Munasawagi" was marketed. The band was not able to devote ample time to recording and songwriting for "10 Numbers Carat", their second album which featured their breakthrough ballad "Itoshi no Ellie", which was released only eight months after their debut album. Kuwata's angry look on the album cover mirrored his exhaustion. Hence, the leader of the band wasn't satisfied with the quality of the album, and has stated that the album was "trash".
One of the former residents of Satoya, however, turns out to be a famous designer who owns a run-down villa on Miyakojima that she offers to let Jun turn into an inn. Spurred on by the denizens of Satoya, who promise to help, Jun and Itoshi head off to Miyakojima with her family to refurbish the villa. Things don't proceed smoothly. Just when much of the refurbishing is done and most of the plans made, Itoshi is diagnosed with a brain tumor and must undergo surgery. While he survives the operation, he remains in a coma. His friends, including the residents of Satoya and the employees at Osaki Hotel, come to the inn to provide encouragement. Just as it is about to open, Jun declares her intention to keep on fighting, believing in a miracle for Jun and the chance to really create a "magical land" at the inn. In the last moments of the drama, Itoshi's hands move and grasp Jun's hand. Whether he awakes or not is left ambiguous.
Another crisis looms when Sato, the owner of Satoya, suddenly declares she will close the hotel, just when its motley group of residents had grown to depend on it. Jun convinces her to keep it open, rallying those around her, each of whom discover a special skill they can contribute to the inn. When Satoya burns down in a fire, however, the shock to Jun is enormous. Thinking that any hotel she works at goes bad, she declares she's given up her dream and will never touch a hotel again. Her state of mind almost leads to a divorce with Itoshi.
Issay, vocalist of Der Zibet, had Sakurai as a guest on several of his releases, including the song "Masquerade" off Der Zibet's album "Shinshunki II –Downer Side–" (1991) and the song "Koi no Hallelujah" off of his solo album "Flowers" (1994), on which Hoshino also played guitar. In addition, Issay did guest vocals on the song "Itoshi no Rock Star" on Buck-Tick's album "Six/Nine", and participated in the album's tour. Issay is also a great friend of Sakurai and the two have been interviewed together many times.
Six/Nine is the eighth studio album by the Japanese rock band Buck-Tick. It was released in a clear purple case on May 15, 1995 through Victor Entertainment. It peaked at number one on the Oricon chart and has sold 240,000 copies worldwide. Issay (Der Zibet) provides vocals for "Itoshi no Rock Star". "Rakuen (Inori Koinegai)" caused controversy because some of the lyrics were lifted from the Qur'an. Later, the album was re-issued with the offending part removed on September 21, 1995 in a clear case. It was digitally remastered and re-released on September 19, 2002, with a bonus track. The album remastered once again and released on September 5, 2007 in a clear red case.
On January 24, 1982, the band released the single "Chako no Kaigan Monogatari". Kuwata wanted a commercial hit, and wrote this one more in the typical Japanese kayōkyoku style. In addition, as a vocalist, he imitated the lisping vocals of Toshihiko Tahara, one of the most popular Japanese male idol singers at that time. Such popular expression generally received favorable reaction from the public, and became the band's most successful single since "Itoshi no Ellie". Following the success of the single, their fifth studio album "Nude Man" was bigger than ever. The album reached number-three on Oricon's 1982 year-end chart, and later became that year's best-selling album. One of the highlights of "Nude Man", "Natsu o Akiramete" was recorded by distinguished comedian and singer Naoko Ken the same year. Her cover version sold 300,000 copies, and became one of her most successful works as a singer.
Prior to the release of his first album for Warner, "Would You Believe", Charles made a return to the R&B charts with a cover of The Brothers Johnson's "I'll Be Good to You", a duet with his lifelong friend Quincy Jones and the singer Chaka Khan, which hit number one on the R&B chart in 1990 and won Charles and Khan a Grammy for their duet. Prior to this, Charles returned to the pop charts in another duet, with the singer Billy Joel, on the song "Baby Grand". In 1989, he recorded a cover of the Southern All Stars' "Itoshi no Ellie" for a Japanese TV advertisement for the Suntory brand, releasing it in Japan as "Ellie My Love", where it reached number 3 on its Oricon chart.
Ortiz shot a documentary called "The Audacity of Louis Ortiz". He contracted with a talent agency, William Gold Entertainment, that has increased his status. He was also on an episode of "This American Life". He had a "New York Times" feature and a segment on "The Jeff Probst Show" on the CBS television channel. He also appeared in the Japanese feature film "Saraba Itoshi no Daitouryou" (Good Bye Dear President). He has done commercials for Netherland-based Rabobank, South Korean satellite television provider, Skylife, and appeared in a Times Square billboard campaign for the car manufacturer, Hyundai. He has been a guest star in myISH's "The Hillywood Show", "The Onion", MTV's "Matt's Apartment", Four Shaw Entertainment's "Tomorrow: The Film", and Australian web series, "The Nobel Funk Off". He was also the subject of the film, "Bronx Obama".
Because of the sales promotion of "Katte ni Sindbad" and a following single "Kibun Shidai de Semenaide", they were considered performers of novelty songs. However, "Itoshi no Ellie", their third single released on March 25, 1979, was sufficient to overturn their comedic public image. This pop-ballad was highly regarded by many Japanese music critics and artists, including Hiroshi Miyagawa and Kosetsu Minami. The song is regarded as one of the most notable songs by the Southern All Stars. In 1988, a cover version by Ray Charles was featured in a Suntory Limited TV advertisement. It was released as a single in Japan only, and reached number-three on the Oricon. The cover version by Charles became the best-selling single performed by a Western artist in 1989.
Supporting ninja appearances include "Ah! Itoshi no Banchousama" (Hirayama Hayaka's ninja bodyguard), "Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo" (OVER's Ninja Assassin Corp and the Ultimate Five Assassins), "Code Geass" (Sayoko Shinozaki), "Cutey Honey", "Dinosaur King" (episode "Ninja Nightmare"), "" (Dream), "Hero Tales", "Hunter x Hunter" (Hanzo and Machi), "Hyper Police" (Kasumi), "Kamen no Maid Guy" (ninja maids Shizuku and Tsurara), "King Arthur", "Kinnikuman" (the Ninja), "" (Kirby becomes a ninja and works with Benikage and Yamikage in the episode ""), "Kotetsu no Daibouken" (Kagari), "Lone Wolf and Cub", "", "Magical Nyan Nyan Taruto" (Rakugan), "Magical Princess Minky Momo" ("Ninja Arrived! Momo is Ninja"), "Mega Man Star Force" (the Tribe-On transformation Green Ninja), "Metal Fighter Miku" ("Pretty Four vs The Lady Ninjas"), "Miami Guns", "My-HiME/My-Otome" (Akira Okuzaki), "Nagasarete Airantou" (Mikoto), "Oh My Goddess!" (Marller's ninja trio), "Planetes" (Tanabe's neighbors in "The Lunar Flying Squirrels"), the "Pokémon" series and "" (Aya, Koga-Kyō and Janine-Anzu), "PQ Angels", "Raimuiro Ryuukitan X" (Kasuri Hattori), "Ranma 1/2" (Konatsu, Sasuke Sarugakure, and Shirokuro), "Saber Marionette", "Sailor Moon" (the villain of the week Oniwabandana), "Sakura Wars", "Samurai Champloo" ("Bogus Booty" and "Baseball Blues"), "", "Sengoku Collection" (Kotaro Fuuma), "Sonic X" (the E-91 Lady Ninja and Espio the Chameleon), "Sorcerer Hunters", "The King of Braves GaoGaiGar (Yūsha Ō GaoGaiGā)" (Volfogg), "Those Who Hunt Elves", "Tower of Etruria" (Palmyra), "Ultraman" (Alien Baltan), "Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito", "Yakitate! Japan" ("Nin Nin Nin!! My Way of Ninja!"), "Yoshimune" (Kunoichi) and "YuYu Hakusho" (Team Shadow Channelers).
The song was given the concept of a Sakanaction version of Southern All Stars' 1978 song "Katte ni Sinbad" when writing. While Yamaguchi said this as a joke, he felt that this was true for where the band were in their career (like Southern All Stars, who were able to produce many high response singles after "Katte ni Sinbad", such as "Itoshi no Ellie" (1979)). As the song was the band's first summer release, the band members wanted a melody that would express this. Together, they felt that adding conga drums would add to the summer atmosphere of the song. In the band's previous album, "Kikuuiki", where the band had attempted to 'mix the unmixable'. "Identity" was an extension of this, where they mixed "heavy" lyrics with a "fun" backing track. The song's sound was an experiment for the band as they considered what pop music was, when previously they had thought of their music in terms of rock. Instead of a pop sound that merely colored the band, Sakanaction wanted to create pop music with a Sakanaction approach. If they were not able to do this, Yamaguchi felt that the band would become trapped; only accessible to a small field of music fans. Because of this, Yamaguchi considers "Identity" to be a song that showed off a new aspect of Sakanaction, similar to their songs "Sen to Rei" (2008) and "Aruku Around" (2010).
They began playing sets consisting of covers of American pop and rock hits such as "Hey Joe", "Got My Mojo Workin'" and "I Feel Good". They became the house band at the Golden Cup discotheque close to the US Army base, and the club's owner persuaded them to change their name to the Golden Cups. The band also soon won a regular place on the NHK-TV morning show, "Young 720", and a recording deal with the Capital label owned by Toshiba. In June 1967, they released their first single, "Itoshi No Jizabel" / "Hiwa Mata Noboru". The record label compelled the group to record bland pop songs written by staff songwriters for most of their A-sides, only allowing them free rein on the records' B-sides and some album tracks. The same approach was imposed on their performances, with the band obliged to play pop ballads at their major concerts, while playing eccentric garage band covers and hard rock when appearing in small clubs. They released their first album, "The Golden Cups Album", in March 1968, and had their biggest pop hit, "Nagai Kami No Shoujo" ("Girl With Long Hair") soon afterwards.