Synonyms for kiseki or Related words with kiseki

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Examples of "kiseki"
The ending scene leads in to Kumi's next single, "Kiseki."
"Kiseki" was the ending theme for the anime Sacred Seven.
"Kiseki" was the theme of NHK's television program "J-League" .
In 2009, three volumes of a "Sora no Kiseki" ("Trails in the Sky") manga were published in Japan by Kadokawa Shoten, followed the next year by a sequel "Rei no Kiseki - Play Story - Shinpan no Yubiwa", published by ASCII Media Works. Two original video animation anime episodes of "Sora no Kiseki" were released on October 10, 2011 and January 28, 2012 respectively.
The Japanese anime television series Natsuiro Kiseki is set in Shimoda.
Kiseki is the opening theme to second season. It is performed by Nirgilis.
It also appears in the movie I Wish (film) (Kiseki, 2011, Director: Hirokazu Koreeda), near 14m40s.
Shimoda is the town where the 2012 anime Natsuiro Kiseki unfolds.
On November 16, 2005, Endo released an Idol DVD called "Ao no Kiseki".
Her song "Fragment" from her third single "AFFLICT" was the ending theme to the variety show "Kiseki Taiken! Unbelievable".
"Ao no Kiseki" was released in 2011 for PlayStation Portable, and also ported to PC for release in China. It was also ported again for PlayStation Vita as "Ao no Kiseki: Evolution", again with improved visuals and full voice acting for the main story and released on June 12, 2014 in Japan.
Upon its release, "Kiseki" garnered positive reviews from both Japanese and North American fans. Miyako commented how the song was very uplifting for giving the message of "encouragement" to get back what was lost. Rin Tokoubi praised the lyrics to "Kiseki" and how "LOVE HOLIC" was uplifting, and that "life" was nice for giving a view into Koda Kumi's personal life.
"Kimi no Kiseki/Itsumademo..." was released on CD and as a 12" vinyl. Yoshika wrote the lyrics and music for "Kimi no Kiseki," while Tsugumi wrote the "Winter Anthem" "Itsumademo...". Both songs were winter love ballads with most of the lyrics in Japanese, unlike their previous songs, which were predominately in English.
Falcom switched to a duology for the seventh entry, consisting of "The Legend of Heroes VII: Zero no Kiseki" in 2010, and "The Legend of Heroes VII: Ao no Kiseki" in 2011. After that, the company moved on to the "" sub-series, releasing the first title in 2013, a sequel in 2014, and announced a third entry currently under development.
Joyland () is a software company of Beijing, China founded in 2009. The company has published several Chinese version of games made by Falcom on PC like "The Legend of Heroes VII: Zero no Kiseki and The Legend of Heroes VII: Ao no Kiseki" and Y's series. In 2017, the company post 4 of their games to Steam Greenlight.
Kidō Senshi Gundam: Senshitachi no Kiseki (機動戦士ガンダム 戦士達の軌跡, Kidō Senshi Gandamu: Senshitachi no Kiseki, lit. "Mobile Suit Gundam: Warrior's Locus") is a GameCube-exclusive third-person shooter video game released in 2004 by Bandai. The game was released only in Japan and a part of the Mobile Suit Gundam series.
"Zero no Kiseki" was released in 2010 for PlayStation Portable. In 2011, the game was ported to PC for release in China and Japan. In 2012, it was later ported again for PlayStation Vita as "Zero no Kiseki: Evolution", with improved visuals and full voice acting for the main story.
Kumi helped write the lyrics to both "Kiseki" and "life." "Love Holic" became the first song the artist wrote the full lyrics to, not collaborating with another lyricist.
In 2002, Konami released "Captain Tsubasa: Eikou no Kiseki" for the Game Boy Advance, the only game from the "Captain Tsubasa" series which is licensed by J. League.
In January 2013, during the annual "Request Hour" concerts held by all Japanese AKB48 acts, the Miyazawa-led song "Kiseki wa Mani Awanai" ranked second in fan voting.