Synonyms for kazuya_kamenashi or Related words with kazuya_kamenashi

koki_tanaka              jin_akanishi              junnosuke_taguchi              kazunari_ninomiya              yuichi_nakamaru              satoshi_ohno              ryosuke_yamada              sho_sakurai              tatsuya_ueda              ryo_nishikido              tomohisa_yamashita              shingo_katori              daiki_arioka              masaki_aiba              kota_yabu              yukie_nakama              akiko_wada              meisa_kuroki              yuri_chinen              atsuko_maeda              kyōko_koizumi              masaharu_fukuyama              yuto_nakajima              taichi_kokubun              noriyuki_higashiyama              kenji_sawada              shigeaki_kato              miho_nakayama              tomoya_nagase              hikaru_yaotome              kyoko_fukada              yui_aragaki              kamenashi_kazuya              junichi_okada              ryoko_shinohara              keiko_kitagawa              yuya_takaki              juri_ueno              yūka              kou_shibasaki              kei_inoo              tsuyoshi_domoto              yuya_tegoshi              koichi_domoto              kiyoshi_hikawa              naohito_fujiki              keiichiro_koyama              kazumasa_oda              keito_okamoto              saki_aibu             

Examples of "kazuya_kamenashi"
In December 2014, a Japanese studio released a period drama called Vancouver Asahi starring Satoshi Tsumabuki and Kazuya Kamenashi.
Since 2004, member Kazuya Kamenashi has played the lead role in "Dream Boys" musicals consecutively each year, after senior Hideaki Takizawa handed down the role to Kamenashi.
Kazuya Kamenashi of the J-pop group KAT-TUN was named after Kazuya Uesugi. Tatsuya Ueda, of the same band, was named after Tatsuya Uesugi.
It was announced in mid-June that members Kazuya Kamenashi, Koki Tanaka and Yuichi Nakamaru would star in this year's "Dream Boy" musicals as the leads, shows will commence from September 3 to 25.
Kazuya Kamenashi had his own radio show called "Kamenashi Kazuya - Kase by Kase" until it ended on September 20. He has a new radio show called "Kamenashi Kazuya - Hang Out" and currently airs every Saturday from 10:20am – 10:50am.
Since 2010, member Kazuya Kamenashi endorses Panasonic's Lamdash shaver and DOLTZ electric toothbrush, and AOKI 3D slim suits. Kamenashi also endorses KIRIN's 'Gogo no Kocha' tea since March 2012, and is endorsing SOURS Gummies since early 2013.
Nakamaru officially joined Johnny & Associates in November 1998 with bandmate Kazuya Kamenashi and agency mates Jin Akanishi, Takahisa Masuda, Taisuke Fujigaya and Ryōichi Tsukada, who were all in the same audition. He was a member of four temporary units while still a Johnny's Jr. - Boys Be Ambitious (B.B.A), Musical Academy Dancing (M.A.D), Best Beat Dancing (B.B.D), and Toshi Otoko.
"Change Ur World" is the thirteenth single by Japanese boy band KAT-TUN. It was released on November 17, 2010 by their record label J-One Records. The title track was used as the 2nd theme song for the Nippon Television TV Show, "Going! Sports & News", which is co-hosted by member Kazuya Kamenashi.
Studio Gallop produced an anime original video animation adaptation in 1988. A live-action television drama adaptation starring Kazuya Kamenashi from KAT-TUN and Meisa Kuroki aired for nine episodes in 2008. Viz Media licensed and released the manga and OVA in North America.
"Going!" is the twelfth single by Japanese boy band KAT-TUN. It was released on May 12, 2010 by their record label J-One Records. The title track was used as the theme song for the Nippon Television TV Show, "Going! Sports & News", which is co-hosted by member Kazuya Kamenashi.
In 2008, Yamada furthered his acting career. From January to March 2008, he starred in a three-month long television drama series, "One-Pound Gospel" with Kazuya Kamenashi. On April 12, he played a main role in a two-hour drama episode, "Sensei wa Erai", as Hayato Gunjou.
The theme song is "Seishun Amigo" by Shūji to Akira, a special group consisting of KAT-TUN's Kazuya Kamenashi and NewS' Tomohisa Yamashita, named after their drama counterparts. The song topped the Oricon charts in 2005, selling over 1 million copies and climbing to the top as the most successful single of the year.
In 2004, Ueno took on a supporting role in TBS's romance drama, "Orange Days", and co-starred in 2005 with Takuya Kimura in Fuji TV's romantic comedy "Engine" as Misae Hoshino. She also appeared with Kazuya Kamenashi in the special television movie of "Kinda'ichi Shōnen no Jikenbo" the same year taking over the role of Miyuki Nanase from Anne Suzuki.
The title song "Unlock" was the theme song for the NTV Saturday drama series titled "Kaitō Yamaneko" starring Kazuya Kamenashi. The coupling song "Greatest Journey" was the theme song for KAT-TUN's variety show in TBS titled ""KAT-TUN Sekaiichi Tame ni Naru Tabi".
Current bishōnen examples from the same agency include Tomohisa Yamashita of J-pop group NEWS, Jin Akanishi and Kazuya Kamenashi of KAT-TUN, Takuya Kimura of SMAP, and Jun Matsumoto of Arashi, all of whom are phenomenally successful throughout East Asia by appealing to both younger and older women and whose widely praised, gender-incongruous physical beauty is often deliberately manipulated in terms of role-playing and, most commonly, fanservice.
Shuji Kiritani (Kazuya Kamenashi) is a very popular high school boy who is close to Mariko Uehara (Erika Toda), the most popular girl in school, but whom he does not actually love. Akira Kusano (Tomohisa Yamashita), his classmate, does not really have any friends - something that is attributed to the fact that he cannot read the atmosphere well, or rather, he chooses to ignore the atmosphere.
The single is released in three pressings - two different limited editions which both include a DVD featuring the single's two music videos for the title track (in Type A) and "The D-Motion" (in Type B) and a featurette of the making of the music videos respectively. The two limited edition pressings also feature two new solo songs by members Kazuya Kamenashi ("") and Jin Akanishi ("A Page") in Type A and Type B, respectively.
On March 18, 2007, co-lead vocalist Kazuya Kamenashi was a guest on "Shounen Club Premium" where he collaborated with Tokio vocalist and keyboardist Tomoya Nagase and Kokubun Taichi for a one-off performance of the single. KAT-TUN also performed with Every Little Thing on their talk show "Cartoon KAT-TUN" on February 27, 2008, singing the title track and ELT's single, "Shapes of Love".
He was in a 2008 drama, "One-Pound Gospel", as "Yoshihiko" in Episode 3, with Hey! Say! JUMP member Ryosuke Yamada and their senpai, Kazuya Kamenashi (KAT-TUN). In the same year, he played in the drama "Sensei wa erai!" as Umeno Wataru, along with other Hey! Say! JUMP members: Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada and Yuto Nakajima. In October 2008, he was in the drama called "Scrap Teacher: Kyoshi Saisei" as Yoshida Eitaro, along with the same Hey! Say! JUMP members that played with him in "Sensei wa erai!".
"Bokura no Machi de" was written entirely by folk singer-songwriter Kazumasa Oda for KAT-TUN. He was an active participant in the recording studio attending each member's recording session from start to finish while providing advice for each of them. The song was featured as the ending theme song to Kazuya Kamenashi and Koki Tanaka's romance drama, "Tatta Hitotsu no Koi", and as such, the lyrics correspond with the troubled relationship Kamenashi's character and his love interest (portrayed by Haruka Ayase) once shared.