Synonyms for juri_ueno or Related words with juri_ueno

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Examples of "juri_ueno"
NHK's 2011 Taiga drama, "", is based on the life of Oeyo who is played by the actress Juri Ueno.
On June 23, 2009 Japanese pay-per-view broadcaster WOWOW announced the upcoming on-air premiere of Arias' surreal short film "Hope", featuring popular actress Juri Ueno as a struggling animator trapped overnight in an elevator.
Apart from Ikuta and Oguri, the series also starred Juri Ueno as Mizuki Hibino, Kotaru Yoshida as Kaoru Mishima, Kenichi Takito as Shinichi Chouno and Yo Yoshida as Tomiko Tachibana.
Masami Nagasawa, Juri Ueno and Eita appeared on Mentore G talk show on June 1, 2008. They talked about their roles and the program features their debut work, favourite hobbies and favourite food.
Last Friends came second in the "Best Drama" at the 12th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix. Juri Ueno won "Best Supporting Actress" while Ryo Nishikido won "Best Supporting Actor." Masami Nagasawa tied in fourth place for "Best Actress" while Eita also came fourth in the "Best Supporting Actor" category.
Large-scale billboards showcasing Iconiq's hairstyle started appearing in Japanese city centres in late November, 2009. At the same time, her song "I'm Lovin' You" (a duet with Exile vocalist Atsushi) started airing in commercials for Shiseido's Maquillage cosmetics line, featuring actress Juri Ueno.
The live-action drama received the 2007 Japanese Drama Academy Awards for Best Drama, Best Lead Actress (Juri Ueno), Best Direction (Hideki Takeuchi), Best Music (Takayuki Hattori), and Best Title Song; the show was also recognized overseas as Best Miniseries at the 2nd Seoul Drama Festival. Juri Ueno also was named Best Newcomer at the Élan d'or Awards for her performance, and the next year was named Best Actress at the International Drama Festival in Tokyo Awards for reprising her role as Nodame in the television special. The "New Year's Special in Europe" received an average household rating of 20.3% and 21.0% for the two nights it was broadcast in Japan, making it them the highest-rated drama episodes of the week. The first soundtrack album for the drama, "Nodame Orchestra LIVE!", reached number seven on the Oricon album chart, breaking the record for highest ranked classical music album.
Shimizudani is the origin school of the "School uniform" in Osaka. The Sailor suit style uniform is called "Shimizudani blue", and designed with three line of bright white by a light blue collar cover. "Shimizudani blue" is very popular in Japan, and appeared in the TV drama Asadora ("Morning Drama") on NHK (Japan's National Broadcasting Corporation) many times. Miho Kanno, Juri Ueno, Satomi Ishihara wore "Shimizudani blue".
In 2014, T.O.P starred in the gambling film "", based on the manhwa of the same name. After debuting as a furniture designer in 2015 in collaboration with Vitra, he was awarded the Visual Culture Award at the Prudential Eye Awards. Later that year, he starred in CJ E&M's web drama "The Secret Message" alongside Japanese actress Juri Ueno. He released the single "Hi Haruka" as part of the drama's soundtrack.
Juri Ueno and Masami Nagasawa were originally approached for the role of Ruka and Michiru. Asami Mizukawa was cast for the other woman character Taeko Asano planned to have in the drama. Takeru, however was a last minute addition because the producers wanted a male presence in the drama. Initially, the drama was to be only about domestic violence (DV) and gender identity disorder, portrayed by Nagasawa and Ueno respectively. A character who used DV was then created.
The main opening theme song "Yoake-no Michi" (よあけのみち) has always been popular in Japan since the series' debut. It was featured in a daydream sequence in the live action adaptation of "Nodame Cantabile", starring "Juri Ueno" and "Hiroshi Tamaki", with the character of Nodame singing the song while taking a bath. It was also used in the anime adaptation of "" as protagonist Subaru Natsuki's ringtone.
"I'm Lovin' You" was first unveiled in a commercial for Shiseido's Maquillage cosmetics line, featuring actress Juri Ueno, in late November 2009. At the time, large-scale billboard showcasing Iconiq's image began to appear around Japan. The song was released at Recochoku on December the 9th, 2009, where it became the most popular at Recochoku for an entire week, the first time a debut artist has achieved this. By late January, the song had been downloaded as a ringtone approximately 300,000 times.
The main cast members have appeared in the 2008 Spring Session of Waratte Iitomo. The Last Friends team scored a total 1330 points, the second last team in ranking. Juri Ueno, Asami Mizukawa and Ryo Nishikido were the three members who played the bow and arrow game, each scoring 100 points each. However, Ryo Nishikido's points were doubled to 200 because he had the golden arrow.
In the 57th Television Drama Academy Awards, Last Friends won as Best Drama. Masami Nagasawa won the 3rd Best Actress award. Juri Ueno won as Best Supporting Actress, while Ryo Nishikido won the Best Supporting Actor award. Both Ueno and Nishikido won with straight sets from the fans, journalists and critics. Eita was the runner up in the Best Supporting Actor category. Last Friends was also awarded the Best Script, Best Director and the Best Theme Song for Hikaru Utada's "Prisoner of Love".
Tomoya Kishida (Hayato Ichihara) is working as a staffer in a television studio when he hears about the death of his close friend, Aoi Sato (Juri Ueno). This sparks his recollection of the events in life they shared from meeting at a record store, shooting a short film as part of their university film club, to saying their last goodbyes. Though in love with each other, neither had the courage to confess their feelings before it was too late.
He was cast in the movie "Koizora", which was based on a popular cell phone novel. It was released in the fall of 2007. The same year, he was cast in the movie "Negative Happy Chainsaw Edge" starring Hayato Ichihara. In 2008, he starred opposite Juri Ueno in "Naoko" and won the Sponichi Grand Prix Newcomer Award in the 63rd Mainichi Film Awards in 2009 for his role. He also was given a newcomer award in the 31st Japan Academy Awards on February 15, 2008.
In 2005, Aoi played her first lead on the big screen in "Letters from Kanai Nirai", which was sold in Korea with the alternate title of "Aoi Yu's Letter" due to her popularity. She also had supporting roles in the Satoshi Miki film "Turtles Swim Faster than Expected" starring Juri Ueno, and "Yamato" with Shido Nakamura and Kenichi Matsuyama. This supporting role would earn her one of her double-nomination as Best Supporting Actress at the 2007 Japanese Academy Award. She won against herself for her work as Kimiko Tanikawa in the Japanese hit Hula Girls, which was sent to the Academy Awards as the Japanese official selection that year.
"Nodame Cantabile" has been adapted as a live-action television drama broadcast in 11 hour-long episodes from October 16 to December 25, 2006, on Fuji TV, covering events up to volume 9 of the manga. This was followed by a four-hour sequel television special, "Nodame Cantabile New Year's Special in Europe", adapting further events in the manga after Chiaki and Nodame move to Paris, broadcast on Fuji TV on January 4 and 5, 2008. These were directed by Hideki Takeuchi from scripts by Rin Etou, and starred Hiroshi Tamaki as Shinichi Chiaki and Juri Ueno as Megumi "Nodame" Noda.
Her first album, "First Story", was released on January 27, 2010. And peaked at number 14 on the Oricon charts, selling 10,217 copies. Sugawara's third single, "Sunao ni Narenakute", released May 19, 2010 was used as the insert song for the drama of the same title, "Sunao ni Narenakute", starring Eita and Juri Ueno. Also on September 1, 2010, Sugawara's fourth single, "Suki to Iu Kotoba", was used as the theme song to the 2010 version of the drama "Kasoken no Onna". On October 16 and 24, Sugawara held her first live tour at Shinsaibashi and Shibuya Club Quattro titled "Sugawara Sayuri Live Tour - The One". And also held school festival live tours in November at Toho, Kitasato and Momoyama Universities.
A live-action adaptation of the manga was directed by , who had previously adapted Sasō's "Shindō". The film was shot in Noshiro, Akita, although the city council took issue with the film's themes. It starred  – a new actress chosen from 400 children at an audition – as Haruna. It also featured Kumiko Aso, Juri Ueno, Mitsuki Tanimura, Yoshiko Miyazaki, and Ken Mitsuishi. The subject matter was not unprecedented in Japanese cinema; a TV drama called "14-sai no Haha" ("14-Year-Old Mother") had been released in 2006; several writers also noted that the film followed the success of the similarly themed American film "Juno" (2007). The film's soundtrack was handled by Shugo Tokumaru, in his debut as a film composer. Prior to its release there were calls for it to be banned for its themes of teenage pregnancy, though screening went ahead as scheduled and the film debuted on 27 September 2008.