Synonyms for kakera or Related words with kakera
Examples of "kakera"
In 2009, she won the Yasunari Kawabata Literary Prize for her short story "
In 2010, she made her directorial debut with the film "
: A Piece of Our Life" as .
" was originally composed by FictionJunction Yuuka as a theme song for the anime "Madlax". The song originally featured on the OST for the series before it was released as a single, which gained the band significant fame on the J-pop scene. Both "Hitomi no
" and its B-side track "nowhere" were used throughout the anime, "Hitomi no
" being opening theme for the series, and "nowhere" being used mainly during the fights and action scenes. Both songs feature on the series' OST as well as on FictionJunction Yuuka's album.
On August 26, 1992, Japanese techno band Long Vacation (a spinoff of Uchoten) released a cover version of "Aozora no
" on their "Long Vacation's Pop" album.
In story mode, Luffy and his gang of pirates go on a journey to find the treasure called "Inishie no
In 2012, Moi dix Mois announced their first Latin America tour titled "Tetsugaku no
- Chapter Six ～ Latin América Tour". The band planned to visit Brasil, Chile, Argentina and Mexico. Later, the tour was canceled.
Her debut album, "nobuchikaeri", was released on December 21, 2005. It contained her four singles, as well as "I hear the music in my soul", and five new tracks. One of the new tracks included Eri fully singing in English, and two of those tracks, "Yume no
" and "SING A SONG" went on to become her first DVD single on March 1, 2006. The DVD single featured PVs for both songs; the PV for "Yume no
" was created by Studio 4C, who also created animations for The Animatrix.
"Chime" was released on LP, cassette, and CD on October 21, 1986 by Canyon Records. The original LP and cassette releases contained ten songs each, and the CD contained two additional songs: "Aozora no
" and "Yubiwa Monogatari", both from the "Aozora no
" single release earlier that year. The LP and cassette album contain one song released previously as a single, and the CD contains three. All three contain an additional nine songs not previously released as singles. The album reached #2 on the Oricon charts and sold 267,000 copies.
" was developed by Idea Factory and released on July 6, 2006 for the PlayStation 2 (PS2) as the first in the "Hiiro no
" series. The next two games were released in 2007 and the PS2: on February 15 and on August 9. followed on October 1, 2009 for the PS2, and was later ported to the PlayStation Portable (PSP) on August 19, 2010 and the Nintendo DS (NDS) on June 16, 2011. was released on August 7, 2008 for the PS2, and was later ported to the PSP on April 15, 2010 and the NDS on August 25, 2011.
The series' original soundtrack was released on two albums on 21 July and 22 September 2004 by Victor Entertainment. Two singles, "Hitomi no
" and "Inside Your Heart", were published in the same year by FictionJunction Yuuka, each containing an opening/ending theme and one insert song, as well as their respective karaoke versions.
Aurora is the second full-length album released by Nico Touches the Walls in Japan on November 25, 2009, through Ki/oon Records. The album features all three songs from their previous singles: "
-Subete no Omoitachi he- ", "Big Foot" and including the opening song to "", "Hologram".
, also known by the nickname "Isotchi" (イソッチ), is a Japanese voice actress from Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Her prominent roles include Shōko Kirishima in "Baka and Test", Aria Rozenburg in "Hiiro no
" and Makoto Nanaya in the "BlazBlue" series. She was associated with Deux Plus and is now associated with Max Mix as of March 2010.
The music video for "Mirai no
" was directed by Suguru Takeuchi. The PV features the band performing the song in a pitch-black environment. As they play, a mysterious woman wearing a hideously cartoonish, cardboard mask resembling Gotō's face dances to the song.
The opening for all the versions of the game except the PSP port is "Soredemo Kimi wo Omoidasu Kara" by Nana Mizuki. The opening for Sorekara again is "Drawing Again" by Ayumi Murata. The opening for the PSP port is "Kimi no
" sung by Ayane. This song is also used as the opening for the PSP port.
" was released on August 21, 1986 as a 7-inch single vinyl record through Canyon Records. The single reached #1 on the Oricon charts, and is the only single from Saito to do so. It also reached #3 on The Best Ten chart. The B-side release was "Yubiwa Monogatari".
The video for "Kibou no
" Starts off by showing A stuffed "rabbit", "bear", and "panda", and then Nana. It leads up to the animals becoming Kitade's Band and performing throughout the video. At the end of the video, the animals change back into their stuffed form where Nana is seen holding them.
On October 4, 2006, Kitade released her eighth single,"Kibou no
", which was used as the opening theme song for the anime "Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z". The single peaked at #64 on the Oricon singles chart. On December 6, she released her second studio album, "I Scream", which featured a cover of Green Day's "Basket Case".
"Love Vibes" was adapted into a live action film in 2010 under the name "
: A Piece of Our Life". Third Window Films licensed the movie for a UK release, with a theatrical release in March 2010 and a DVD release in June 2010.
Supernal Liberty is an album by Nana Mizuki. It was released on April 16, 2014 in three editions: a CD only edition and two limited CD+BD/DVD editions. Two limited editions includes two videos: photo shooting of the album and a special edition of the documentary "Natsu no
~ Mizuki Nana 2013 Natsu no Dekigoto".
The opening for all the versions of the game except the PSP port is "Replay Machine" by Nana Mizuki. The opening for the PSP port is "Kimi no
" sung by Ayane. This song is also used as the opening for .
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