Synonyms for kimochi or Related words with kimochi

omoi              hitotsu              omoide              namida              shiawase              yakusoku              unmei              koibito              kanashimi              otona              hitori              hajimete              jibun              yasashii              jikan              egao              tenshi              hoshizora              maboroshi              tsukiyo              tameni              yoru              hajimari              kiseki              chikai              negai              hanayome              anata              zutto              inochi              kotoba              itsumo              itsuka              kajitsu              yoake              kamisama              tobira              tabidachi              bokura              jounetsu              naisho              dakishimete              bokutachi              kioku              wakare              ongaku              ashita              seishun              watashi              taiyou             

Examples of "kimochi"
In 2009, the pop/hiphop duo Halcali heavily sampled "Yasashii Kimochi" in their single "Re:Yasashii Kimochi" The new lyrics written by Halcali and their producer Pal@pop, act as an 'answer song' to the original lyrics.
Yasashii Kimochi was released with an extended introduction on the album. "Junior Sweet" and were released as B-sides to Chara's "Yasashii Kimochi" and "Time Machine" singles, respectively. "Watashi wa Kawaii Hito to Iwaretai"'s originally released version was 6:01 in length.
The group's songs have been popular through digital markets, with all lead tracks from their singles reaching the top 5 on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart (including "Taisetsu na Kimochi" from their debut album "Taisetsu na Kimochi" which was not released as a physical single).
The B-side has two songs: "Fujjin" (theme song of the movie "Kanikousen", also a song from the album "Aurora") and "Aitai kimochi" (an unreleased song).
In February 2017, Nutaku announced the launch of Kimochi Red Light, a new crowdfunding platform that's been set up exclusively to crowdfund adult games.
As of December 10, 2009 the music video for "Yasashii Kimochi" has been viewed more than 846,000 times on popular video-sharing website YouTube.
In July 2016, Nutaku announced their partnership with Kimochi, a downloadable game client focused on the digital distribution of adult games from around the world.
In October 2011, Ashida began co-hosting the NTV variety and talk show "Meringue no Kimochi" with the show's long-time hosts, Masami Hisamoto and Asako Ito. This made her the youngest regular host of a talk or variety show.
The song also appeared on her fourth studio album "Aishiteiru to Ittekure" released in 1978. Nakajima recorded the song on her 2004 album "Ima no Kimochi" which comprises remake versions of her early efforts.
Since then, Inoo has been cast in numerous dramas and became a frequent guest on "Tensai! Shimura Dobutsuen" and a regular on "Mezamashi TV". He also appeared on the Saturday afternoon variety show, "Meringue no Kimochi."
On 12 December 2011, she made her debut as a singer under Universal Japan, releasing the single "Koisuru Kimochi". The ballad was written for her by Glay's Takuro who declared himself as a big fan of Takei.
Kimo (Chinese: 奇摩) was a Taiwanese portal site based in the United States and was acquired by Yahoo! in February, 2001. The name probably is based on the Japanese word "kimochi" ().
WaT (pronounced "Watto" ワット, for Wentz and Teppei) was a Japanese pop duo composed of singers/songwriters Eiji Wentz and Teppei Koike. They met each other in 2002 and formed WaT, playing live street performances with their guitars. Their debut single, "Boku no Kimochi", was released in 2005. Wentz, who is half German-American and half Japanese, is also a TV personality. Koike is also known as an actor and can play the harmonica. "Boku no Kimochi" reached the second place on the Oricon chart.
The music video was directed by Shūichi Banba, the first time Banba worked together with Superfly. He would go on to be a regular collaborator, directing videos for songs such as "Hi-Five," "Koisuru Hitomi wa Utsukushii", "Yasashii Kimochi de" and "".
Chara's fame soared, as shown by her next album "Junior Sweet". The main single from the album, "Yasashii Kimochi" (the Shiseido 'Tessera J' CM song), was a big hit, selling over 520,000 copies and became her second biggest hit after "Swallowtail Butterfly (Ai no Uta)". The album was certified by the RIAJ as selling over 1,000,000 copies.
"Frienger" is a catchy, upbeat song. The title is actually a portmanteau of the words "Friend" and "Ranger". The song was used in the CM for au mobile service and was the theme song for the television program "Sports Uruguzu". The B-side track, "Amai Kimochi Maru Kajiri", was used in a CM. The music video for the song was filmed in Taiwan.
To promote the "Box Emotions" release, Tsutaya stores rented out CD singles featuring "Alright!!" as the lead track, and a second track titled , beginning on August 15, 2009. This second track consisted of 30 second clips of the other 4 singles on the album: "How Do I Survive?", "My Best of My Life", and "Koisuru Hitomi wa Utsukushii/Yasashii Kimochi de".
The opening song to "Ah My Buddha" in the first series is "Afurete Yuku no wa Kono Kimochi" by Amae-Tai!!. The ending song is "Happy Days" by Mai Nakahara. In the second series the opening song is "Amaenaideyo" by Amae-Tai!!. The ending song is "Lonesome Traveler" by Mai Nakahara.
During the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Kitajima generated buzz for his primal screams of exuberance after edging out Hansen in the 100 m and 200 m breaststroke for the gold. At a pool side interview (3'24") following his victory in the 100 m, Kosuke Kitajima also popularised the phrase 'cho-kimochi-ii,' meaning "I feel really good." The word went on to win the 2004 U-Can Neologisms and Vogue Words contest.
In order to break into other Asian markets, Tokyo Girls' Style re-recorded the song in their second single, "Onnaji Kimochi", in Mandarin Chinese. This version of the song was included in the album entitled "心跳的秘密" ("Xīntiào de mìmì"), which was released in Taiwan on May 4, 2011, and in Hong Kong one week later. The group admitted that "They were worried that their singing is not good because the Chinese pronunciation is so hard [to grasp]."