Synonyms for kanashimi or Related words with kanashimi

yoake              chikai              inochi              shiawase              koibito              tobira              bokutachi              mayonaka              kimochi              hajimete              tsukiyo              omoi              itoshi              negai              yakusoku              tenshi              unmei              tameni              namida              hitotsu              hoshizora              ashiato              yukue              taiyou              bokura              hajimari              otona              futatsu              hanayome              wakare              mukou              kiseki              tsuioku              onnatachi              maboroshi              rakuen              kodoku              omoide              egao              hitori              darake              shinjitsu              yoru              kajitsu              ashita              anata              tabidachi              okurimono              youni              kakera             

Examples of "kanashimi"
"Kanashimi no Kizu" (Scars of Sadness) is Nana Kitade's sixth single. It debuted at #26 and charted for 5 weeks on the Oricon Charts. Kanashimi no kizu was the theme song of PS2 game "Fullmetal Alchemist 3: ".
Beauty and Sadness ( "Utsukushisa to kanashimi to") is a 1964 novel by Japanese author Yasunari Kawabata.
In the early 1970s, "La Sorcière" became the basis for the anime film, "Kanashimi no Belladonna" by Mushi Production.

1995: Kanashimi no Cordoba (Grieving Cordoba), "Phillipe" / Mega Vision, "Gigolo A, Manbo Man A, Singer, Other"
Franz Eckert composed ""Trauermarsch"" ("Deep mourning" funeral march or ""Kanashimi no kiwami"") for the funeral of Empress Dowager Eishō.
The Japanese animated film "The Anthem of the Heart" has the title song of the single as its theme song. The coupling song "Kanashimi no Wasurekata" is used as a thema song for their first documentary film "Kanashimi no Wasurekata Documentary of Nogizaka46".
The song "Kanashimi wa Kitto" is the soundtrack of the Japanese television drama titled "Shōkōjo Seira" (based on "A Little Princess"), played by Shida Mirai.
9. 歓びと哀しみの葡萄酒 (Yorokobi to Kanashimi no Budoushu - The Wine of Joy and Sadness)
In 1897, he was invited to compose a special song, which he titled "Kanashimi no kiwami", for the funeral of Empress Dowager Eishō (widow of Emperor Kōmei).
"Kanashimi wa Kitto" is the 14th single released by the Japanese rock band Uverworld. Released on October 28, 2009, it reached #2 on Japanese Oricon Weekly Charts.
The novel was made into films by Masahiro Shinoda ("Utsukushisa to kanashimi to", released 1965) and by Joy Fleury, starring Charlotte Rampling ("Tristesse et beauté", released 1985).
In November 2014, the company announced it would release Eiichi Yamamoto's cult-classic "Kanashimi no Belladonna" as its first restoration and re-release, with restoration work completed in-house.
Satoh has composed for film, television and advertisements. For instance, he made the music of Kanashimi no Belladonna, a film in which the sound is very important ; all the songs of this movie are performed by his wife, Chinatsu Nakayama.
The music video for the title track was shot in Nago and Ginoza in Okinawa Prefecture. It was directed by Takeshi Maruyama who also directed their documentary film "Kanashimi no Wasurekata: Documentary of Nogizaka46" in 2015.
Kanashimi yo Konnichi wa (21st Century ver.) is a rearranged single from Yuki Saito released November 28, 2007 through Team Entertainment. It features songs first released between 1985 and 1989 with the vocals and music remastered, rerecorded, and rearranged.
On his 2012 album "Offer Music Box", Tamaki—who composed the original song—covered Yuki Saito's song "Kanashimi yo Konnichi wa", which was used as the first theme song for the television anime series "Maison Ikkoku".
The title song was used as the first opening theme for the anime television series "Maison Ikkoku", as well being used as an image song for a line of Shiseido hair care products. Multiple artists have released covers of "Kanashimi yo Konnichi wa". In November 2007, a rearranged "21st Century ver." of the single was released, which included multiple arrangements of four different songs.
"World Quest/Pokopon Pekōrya" debuted at number one on the weekly Oricon singles charts, selling 130,899 copies in its first week. In doing so, NEWS became the third group in history to earn fifteen consecutive number-one singles on the chart; this feat was previously achieved by KinKi Kids in 2002 with "Kanashimi Blue" and by KAT-TUN in 2011 with "White".
"Kanashimi yo Konnichi wa" was released on March 21, 1986 as a 7-inch single vinyl record through Canyon Records. The single reached #3 on the Oricon charts, and #6 on The Best Ten chart. Additionally, it was ranked #19 by Oricon in overall sales for singles in 1986.
Free!! was a Spanish mákina group composed of Alberto Tapia and Pedro Miras. They are known for being one of the most representative groups of the 90's Spanish "Mákina" phenomenon, at the time when this genre crossed over from dance clubs to the pop music arena. Popular songs by the group include "Doctor Beat", "This Groove", and "Kanashimi o Moyashite".