Synonyms for itsumo or Related words with itsumo
Examples of "itsumo"
September 2003 saw the release of first major album
no You ni.
It [The I.G in Production I.G] stands for two words "
" (always) and "genki" (happy); you should ask is that true? In reality it stands for Ishikawa, and my artist collaborator’s name Takayuki Goto, the initials of our last names. But now though I am the sole president, we kept the name. But I am happy to say it means "
She has written a lot of popular songs, including "Kiss" by Mai Kuraki and "Kokoro wa
Rainbow Color" by Yumi Shizukusa.
His definitive works include "Tsukiji Uogashi Sandaime" (art) and "
Hōkago". Manga artist Hidenori Hara was his assistant for a time. Hashimoto was the assistant for Motoka Murakami for a time.
On April 14, she released the lead single from her 2nd album "Yumi Shizukusa Ⅱ", "Kokoro wa
Rainbow Color". It achieved weak success, charting at No. 84 on the Oricon Singles Chart.
"Summer Trip" is the fifty-fifth single by singer-songwriter Koda Kumi and is her first summer single in nearly two years. The single was a double a-side and contained one b-side. It debuted at #7 on Oricon Daily, losing out to CNBLUE's "lady" and DAIGO's "
The series' opening theme is "Utahito" (詠人) by Saburō Kitajima. The ending theme is "Kono Machi
~Bin-chan no Uta~" (この町いつも〜貧ちゃんの歌〜 "Always in this Town ~Poverty-chan's Song~") by Ayaka Saitō.
Shimizu released his fourth single titled "Utsukushii Hibi yo" / "Sayonara wa
Sobani" on July 15, 2009 in Japan. It debuted at number 14 and sold 8,576 copies in the first week. The track "Kaze no Youni" from this single was inspired by the song "Kaze no Dōkei" from the Chrono Trigger Soundtrack. The single sold a total of 11,144 copies so far.
On 4 December 2006, Seven Seas' first-ever flash anime music video was released dedicated to "Aoi House". "Aoi House: The Music Video" was animated by Jonathan Talas and set to the Aoi House Theme Song – "
Futaride" by The J Brothers. Within its first week of release, the music video received over 150,000 views on Newgrounds.com, was awarded with Newground's Daily Second Place award for 12/05/06, and earned a spot on YouTube.com's "Top Favorites (This Week) in Arts & Animation" list.
"Summer Trip" is Japanese artist Koda Kumi's fifty-fifth single under the Avex sub-label Rhythm Zone. The single charted at #7 on the Oricon Singles Charts, coming in behind CNBLUE's "lady" single and DAIGO's "
Dakishimete/Mugen∞Rebirth" for a spot in the top five. However, it jumped to take #5 on the second day and took #6 on the weekly charts. The single became her first summer single since 2011's "4 Times."
The Algorithm March is a dance fad created in Japan, based on the children's television series "PythagoraSwitch" which was broadcast on the educational channel of NHK, a Japanese non-profit public broadcasting service. It is performed by the comedy group
Kokokara with variable groups (it differs at each air) such as firefighters, soccer players, Yasugi-bushi preservation society, Vienna Boys' Choir, Blue Man Group, ninja and so on.
The album was recorded at the Crypt Studios in North London, England, with the help of long-time friend of the band Matt Sime. Like their 1999 album "Yesterday Went Too Soon", the album was self-produced. Three tracks ("We Are the People", "
" and "Fires") feature backing vocals by Sarah Clark- bassist and singer with Bang Bangs, a project signed to Sime's publishing company Black Circle.
The 2003 Niibiro no Kisetsu single and
no You ni releases marked the involvement of illustrator Yusuke Nakamura. Being a big fan of Gentouki and being impressed by their live performance, Nakamura personally requested the band to let him do illustrations for their CDs. This resulted in Nakamura's first professional illustration job, illustrating the artwork of 2003 single Nibiiro no kisetsu. Illustrator Yusuke Nakamura is still closely related to Gentouki and has provided most of their CD artwork.
The series uses four pieces of theme music. For the first twenty-seven episodes of the series "Call You - Kimi to Boku no Mirai [The Future of You and I]" by Shinji Kakijima is used for the opening theme and "
" by Tomoka Issei is used for the ending theme. The remaining episodes use "Ignition!" by CHINO for the opening theme and "Growing Up" by Shinji Kakijima for the Ending theme. In the English dub of the series, all of the original ending themes are removed, with the song "Transformers: Cybertron Theme" by Paul Oakenfold used for both the opening and ending in all episodes.
In April 2005, Seven Seas became the first manga publisher to release downloadable manga content for the Sony PSP and, as a result, gained over 12,000 downloads in the first five days. Seven Seas followed the Sony PSP announcement with enlisting the platinum-selling Filipino group the J Brothers to create a theme song for its web manga series "Aoi House" entitled "
Futaride." During Comic-Con 2005, Seven Seas Entertainment premiered the pilot of its "No Man's Land" flash anime series and later followed it with a flash animation music video based on "Aoi House".
Proving popular enough, "Aoi House" was re-launched by Seven Seas Entertainment as part of its standard publishing line. For the re-launch, Shiei (artist of "Amazing Agent Luna") took over as the illustrator leading to changes in the art style, as well as additional changes to characters and alteration and expansion of the story. The re-launch began serialization on the Seven Seas Entertainment website in late May, around which time (27 May 2005) a "Aoi House" theme song, performed by the J Brothers entitled "
Futaride", was also released.
From 2000 to 2001, Adachi published a fantasy romantic comedy series in "Weekly Shōnen Sunday" titled "
Misora". His next longer series was the boxing romantic comedy, "Katsu!", published from 2001 to 2005 in "Weekly Shōnen Sunday". In 2005, "H2" was adapted into a live action drama series aired on TBS in Japan, and "Touch" was adapted into a live action movie released by Toho. He also began his manga series "Cross Game", serialized in "Weekly Shōnen Sunday". The following year, "Rough" was adapted into a live action movie, also released by Toho.
In April 2011, Blood Stain Child took part in a Studio Ghibli cover album titled "Imaginary Flying Machines - Princess Ghibli", covering the songs "
Nando Demo" ("Spirited Away") and "Teru no Uta" ("Tales from Earthsea"). On June 2011, the band performed at A-Kon in Dallas, Texas, together with D. Later that same month, the band released their 5th full studio album, "Epsilon". The band started a Japanese tour from August 19 to September 24. In December 2011, the band performed in Moscow, St.Petersburg, Ekaterinburg and Kiev.
His techniques were described as very short, powerful and precise with as little movement offline as possible. His grabbing techniques consisted of "Meguri" - literally meaning flexibility and rotating of the wrist producing subtle connection points producing the maximum result with minimal levels of effort. A memorable phrase of Kobayashi's was: "Teach everything you know/have, then you feel thirsty for a higher level." Some other words people often heard him repeat while on the mat were "
manaka" (always towards the centre) and "Ima" (right now).
The popularity of artists such as Dice & K9 a.k.a. Mobbstarr (Singing the popular combination of Japanese and English Pinoy hip-hop single, "
"), Pikaso, Audible, and Krook and J.O.L.O., who primarily use English lyrics in their tracks, has given way to the ongoing divide between Tagalog lyricists and English lyricists. With English tracks dominating the airwaves, several Tagalog-based emcees have felt a sort of bias in the Philippine music industry, which favors artists who use English rather than Filipino. The conflict over language became evident in the 2004 Black Eyed Peas concert in Manila in which rapper Mike Swift's Tagalog-based track was cut short halfway through the song due to the "English Only" policy enforced by the event's organizers towards Black Eyed Peas' opening acts.
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