Synonyms for keiko_kubota or Related words with keiko_kubota

kaori_oda              wakana_ootaki              fictionjunction              yuriko_kaida              hideaki_tokunaga              atsuko_inaba              eizo_sakamoto              natsumi_abe              takamune              koshi_inaba              masataka_matsutoya              miki_fujimoto              megamasso              yuta_nakano              yurina_kumai              hidehiko_hoshino              takashi_matsumoto              ayumi_shibata              akihito_tokunaga              maimi_yajima              fictionjunction_yuuka              keiko_terada              tetsurō_oda              kiyoharu              miki_igarashi              miyabi_natsuyaki              miwa_yoshida              kei_yasuda              hiromi_iwasaki              aya_matsuura              mai_satoda              haruko_momoi              kaori_iida              maki_goto              hitoshi_okamoto              yuuka_nanri              koharu_kusumi              rika_ishikawa              chisato_moritaka              seiji_kameda              saburō_kitajima              reina_tanaka              masaaki_endoh              neko_saito              daita              tsubokura              kiyoshi_hikawa              kamijo              akiko_yano              toshiya_igarashi             



Examples of "keiko_kubota"
Oblivious is the first single by the Japanese girl group Kalafina, with the two original members Wakana Ootaki and Keiko Kubota. All three tracks are used as theme songs in the first three "Kara no Kyoukai" movies.
"Parallel Hearts" is a single featuring Yuriko Kaida, Keiko Kubota, Kaori Oda and Wakana Ootaki under the name FictionJunction. The title track was used as opening theme song for the anime Pandora Hearts.
Sprinter/ARIA is the second single by Kalafina, featuring Wakana Ootaki and Keiko Kubota, along with two new members, Maya Toyoshima and Hikaru Masai. "ARIA" was used as theme song for the fourth chapter of Kara no Kyoukai while "sprinter" was used for the fifth chapter.
FictionJunction: Yuki Kajiura Live Vol.#4 Part II: Everlasting Songs Tour 2009 features the vocals of FictionJunction (Wakana Ootaki, Keiko Kubota, Kaori Oda, and Yuriko Kaida). The limited edition comes with a photo booklet and the PV version of "Parallel Hearts".
fairytale is the 3rd single by Japanese girl group Kalafina, featuring Wakana Ootaki, Keiko Kubota and Hikaru. The title track was used as the theme song for the sixth chapter of Kara no Kyoukai while "serenato" has no tie-in to Kara no Kyoukai whatsoever.
In 2006, she formed the duo 'ltokubo' with Keiko Kubota. Due to a suggestion from Shouko Nakagawa, one of her close friends, in 2007 she went on a music coaching school and finally made her own debut two years later under the name Maria.
Yuki Kajiura had been working on various soundtracks, including one for "Mobile Suit Gundam SEED". In 2003, she released the solo album, "Fiction". In 2004, she hired vocalist Yuuka Nanri to sing on some of her tracks, including "" which became a hit. In 2005, she added vocalists Kaori Oda, Keiko Kubota, and Wakana Ootaki, each of which has their own project.
Lyrically, the song is about believing in one and another, both romantically and friendship-wise and is based on the themes off trust and hope. Although commenting that the lyrics were straightforward, band member Keiko Kubota said "I want people to feel and believe [...]" Then, third member Hikaru Masai said that the song demonstrates the difference between reality and virtual saying that "Believe" separates the observation of dreams and reality.
Kalafina (カラフィナ) is a Japanese vocal group formed by the composer Yuki Kajiura in 2007, mainly to perform theme songs for the anime "Kara no Kyōkai". The group first appeared in January 2008 with two original members from Yuki Kajiura's FictionJunction project, Wakana Ōtaki and Keiko Kubota, whose membership was not confirmed until the first Dream Port 2008 concert held on April 29, 2008. In May 2008, it was announced that two more vocalists, Maya and Hikaru, would be added to the project. Kalafina moved to the Sacra Music record label under Sony Music Entertainment Japan in April 2017.
"Everlasting Songs" is a first studio album under the FictionJunction name and was first released on February 25, 2009 by Victor Entertainment with the catalog number VTCL-60106. It contains 15 tracks whose lyrics, composition, and arrangement are provided by Yuki Kajiura with performance provided by the singers of Kajiura's FictionJunction solo project: Asuka Kato (FictionJunction Asuka), Kaori Oda (FictionJunction KAORI), Keiko Kubota (FictionJunction Keiko), Wakana Ootaki (FictionJunction Wakana), Yuuka Nanri (FictionJunction Yuuka), and Yuriko Kaida. It is the first album of where all of the singers of FictionJunction have participated in a single album. The track performed by FictionJunction is the ending theme to the OVA series "Tsubasa Shunraiki". It peak ranked 27th on the Oricon albums chart and remained on the chart for one week.