Synonyms for kioku or Related words with kioku

unmei              omoide              kakera              kiseki              yakusoku              tsuioku              futatsu              inochi              yukue              maboroshi              hajimari              tenshi              chikai              tsukiyo              namida              shinjitsu              hoshizora              mayonaka              omoi              tatakai              hajimete              kamisama              koibito              kisetsu              kimochi              kanashimi              tabidachi              okurimono              himitsu              seishun              itoshi              nanatsu              kodoku              ichizoku              yoru              jikan              kaze              bokutachi              shiawase              hanayome              rakuen              tameni              tobira              negai              hanazakari              kotoba              yoake              wakare              hitotsu              darake             



Examples of "kioku"
"Yubikiri no Kioku" is the seventh entry in the "Memories Off" visual novel series. News of "Yubikiri no Kioku" was first announced by Famitsu on January 26, 2010 with the teaser site opening a few days later on January 29, 2010. "Yubikiri no Kioku" runs on the Five Engine, 5pb.'s visual novel engine for the Xbox 360.
Ending: Usuragu Kioku (薄らぐ記憶 / Fading Memories)
"Yubikiri no Kioku" takes place in a fictional city named Fujikawa located in the Kanagawa Prefecture.
Suda's book "Ningen no kioku" won him the 16th Domon Ken Award.
Tim Conley aka MAST - Guitar on Track 8 "記憶の旅 (Kioku no Tavi)"
("Sho-ho: Mizu no kioku", lit. "Sho-ho: Remembrance of water"
SoltyRei Original Soundtrack Vol 2 CD. In 2012, she sang the songs, "In a Moment's Time" and "Hitomi no Kioku", for the video game, Skullgirls
In 1997 she had the starring role in the V-cinema "Zero woman: Kesenai kioku", part of the long-running "Zero Woman" series.
TV Asahi producer Yumiko Miwa chose "Kioku" as theme song for "Iryu Sosa" specifically because of the way it complemented the drama. In a press release, she commented:
Another manga series based on the anime, "Mobile Suit Gundam 00: Aoi Kioku", runs monthly on Kadokawa's "Gundam Ace". This series focuses on the Gundam Meisters' memories and is illustrated by Tarō Shiguma.
T-ara also released a Japanese album to promote a Japanese movie, "Jinx", featuring Hyomin named "Kioku ~Kimi ga Kureta Michishirube~", in November. The album was released according to the date on which the movie will premiere.
He released the two popular singles "Soshite Omae ni Deaeta Dake De" and "Muteki na Smile". Naozumi's single "Ashita No Kioku" was used as an opening theme for Black Blood Brothers.
In August 2001, a song of hers, "Aoi Kioku", was used as the image song in the PC game "Hello, world" appearing in October the following year, when it was released on the soundtrack for the game.
In 2006, he won Best Lead Actor at the Japanese Academy Awards for his role in "Memories of Tomorrow (Ashita no Kioku)", in which he played a patient with Alzheimer's Disease.
The character designer for "Yubikiri no Kioku" is Shizuki Morii. Morii is a new character designer that has not worked on any previous "Memories Off" game. The director of the game is Yūsuke Matsumoto and Tarō Shibata is the producer.
The non-single track "Kioku" was used as the Casio Sheen commercial song. "Epilogue" was the ending theme song for the TV program "GRACE OF JAPAN ~Shizen no Naka no Kami~".
Another manga series based on the anime, "Mobile Suit Gundam 00: Aoi Kioku", focuses on the Gundam Meisters' memories, present and past lives. This series is illustrated by Tarō Shiguma and is serialized in Gundam Ace.
Music for contemporary dance has included 'Canta' for Ian Spink Group/Second Stride, 'Freedom of Information' for Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, 'Kioku no Gekijyo' for Goro Namerikawa, and 'Charlotte Kello Viisi Aamulla' for choreographer Tiina Huczkowski.
Since 2000 to 2014, Nagashima was represented by the gallery SCAI the Bathhouse in Tokyo, where she had numerous solo and group exhibitions. In addition to her work as a photographer and photography tutor, Nagashima has published (as "Senaka no kioku," meaning "Memories of a back") a series of biographical stories from her childhood in 2009.
Their sixth single, "Hikari no Kioku" released on February 17, 2010, was used as the ending theme song of the "Tegami Bachi" anime. Likewise, the next single "El Dorado" was used as the first ending theme of the "" anime, before being replaced by its follow up "Fate". All three songs were included on the album "Design", released on October 6, 2010.