Synonyms for junjō or Related words with junjō

koibito              tsukiyo              koi_wa              jounetsu              tameni              yoru_ni              kisetsu              gekkō              naritai              gotoku              otona              eien              tobira              koi_suru              koisuru              niji              shūmatsu              taiyou              omoi              danshi              kimi_wa              watashi_wa              kimi_wo              chiisana              hanayome              hohoemi              shinjitsu              shiawase_ni              rakuen              nagareboshi              kokuhaku              watashi_ga              hitohira              yume_wo              hibi              unmei              minami_ke              soshite              hajimari              garasu              itsuka              hatsukoi              okite              taiyō              hanbun              boku_wa              hoshii              hitori              shoujo              aoi_tori             



Examples of "junjō"
The anime series 'Junjō Romantica' is based on the yaoi series "Junjō Romantica" by Shungiku Nakamura.
On October 31, the Single V containing the "Tokaikko Junjō" music video appeared.
Inzargi, vocalist of Megamasso, covered "1/3 no Junjō na Kanjō" for his 2012 cover album.
On December 30, 2007, for the single "Tokaikko Junjō" C-ute received the Japan Record Award for Best New Artist.
The single debuted at the 5th place in the Oricon Daily Singles Chart, while the simultaneously released 5th single "D' no Junjō" at the 6th.
"D' no Junjō" was used as an ending theme for Fuji Television series "Kiseki Taiken! Unbelievable" in July to September 2011.
He played Tatsuhiko Matsui in the Asadora series "Junjō Kitari". Fukushi auditioned twice for the series and his appointed with the protagonist for the third time.
The selected lead singer for Tokaikko Junjō is Airi Suzuki. The Minor Vocals for Tokaikko Junjō are Mai Hagiwara and Saki Nakajima, they get 3 and 2 solo lines. Maimi Yajima also gets a solo line and 2 paragraphs of soliloquy. It's dance performance designated Airi Suzuki, Mai Hagiwara and Saki Nakajima as choreographical centre, but in the middle of the song, Airi Suzuki and Maimi Yajima are the center positions.
The series uses four pieces of theme music, two opening themes and two ending themes. Pigstar performs both opening themes, with their song used for the opening theme, and for the second season. For the ending theme, by Script Junjō Romantica (TV) is used for the first season's episodes, while by Juned Junjō Romantica 2 (TV) is used for the second. The opening theme for the third season is "Innocent Graffiti" by Fo'xTails and the ending theme is "Kawaranai Sora" (変わらない空 -|lit "Unchanging Sky") by Luck Life.
The single was released in only one edition and had just one song on it. It was released on the same day with Momoiro Clover's 6th single "D' no Junjō" and preceded the release of the band's first album "Battle and Romance". The two singles became first the group released under the name of Momoiro Clover Z.
In the English dubbed versions of "The Street Fighter" and "Return of The Street Fighter", Chiba's character is identified as "Terry Sugury" in the credits but dubbed by the voice actors as "Terry Tsurugi". In "The Street Fighter's Last Revenge", however, the voice actors call him "Terry Sugury." "Rakuda" is named "Ratnose"; The villain "Tateki"'s name is also mistranslated as "Junjō".
On March 28, the band released a video album for their October and November 2011 tour, "Sakanaquarium 2011 Documentaly: Live at Makuhari Messe". Two days later, the band officially announced the "Boku to Hana" single, as well as its status as the theme song of "37-sai de Isha ni Natta Boku: Kenshui Junjō Monogatari".
Odama says she "became a manga artist because [she] can't do anything else". She debuted in the autumn of 1995 after winning an honorable mention for the Shikishō Prize given out by Kodansha's manga magazine "Afternoon". She also was the runner-up for the Akatsuka Award in 2000 for her manga "Junjō Pine".
Other Event Vs include Morning Musume's "", "Iroppoi Jirettai" and "Kanashimi Twilight", Cute's "Sakura Chirari", "Meguru Koi no Kisetsu", "Tokaikko Junjō", "Lalala Shiawase no Uta", "Namida no Iro", and album "", and the Event V for Maki Goto's "Daite yo! Please Go On",
In manga, the winners of the Shogakukan Manga Award were "Hakatakko Junjō" and "Gangaragan" by Hōsei Hasegawa and "Chie the Brat" by Etsumi Haruki (general) and "Urusei Yatsura" by Rumiko Takahashi (shōnen or shōjo). "Susano Oh" by Go Nagai (shōnen) and "Lemon Report" by Mayumi Yoshida (shōjo) won the Kodansha Manga Award. For a list of manga released in 1980 see .
Flow recorded a cover version of "1/3 no Junjō na Kanjō" for release as their twenty first single on March 9, 2011. The recording features Siam Shade's lead guitarist Daita and was included on their 2011 compilation album "Anime Best". The single reached number 20 on the Oricon chart and charted for 4 weeks.
In 2010, SMAP worked together with Sakanaction member Ichiro Yamaguchi, when he created the song "Magic Time" for their album "We Are SMAP!". Sakanaction's most recently released single at the time, "Boku to Hana" (2012), acted as the theme song for the drama "37-sai de Isha ni Natta Boku: Kenshui Junjō Monogatari", in which SMAP member Tsuyoshi Kusanagi starred.
The song "Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku" was covered by the fellow Hello! Project group S/mileage on their single "Suki yo, Junjō Hankōki", which was released on August 22, 2012. The S/mileage version was used as a theme song in "Kaidan Shin Mimibukuro Igyō", a movie starring S/mileage members that came out on August 11 in the same year.
An anime TV series, produced by Production I.G, aired in Fuji TV's Noitamina slot between October 11, 2012 and March 21, 2013. The opening theme for episodes 1 to 11 is "Junjō Spectra" by Zwei and the ending theme is "Umikaze no Brave" by Fumika. For episode 12 onwards the opening theme is "Hōkyō no Messiah" by Haruki and the ending theme is "Topology" by Kanako Itō. Funimation has licensed the anime for streaming on their website starting October 12, 2012.
Ninja appear in the music video for the Presidents of the United States of America's song, "Peaches". Cheryl Cole dressed as a female ninja and performed with a group of similarly-dressed dancers in the TV special, "Cheryl Cole's Night In". Members of Momoiro Clover Z dressed as ninja for the music video for "D' no Junjō". Rika Adachi performed in a music video based on a song from "Naruto".