Synonyms for kisetsu or Related words with kisetsu

yakusoku              namida              kiseki              kamisama              taiyou              kakera              hitotsu              bokura              hajimari              tenshi              unmei              himitsu              omoi              tsukiyo              maboroshi              hitori              natsu              mahou              kioku              yoru              omoide              otona              koibito              inochi              oretachi              jikan              jinsei              negai              shinjitsu              tsugi              seishun              okurimono              kimochi              chikai              kagayaku              boku              hajimete              shiawase              hoshizora              yoake              kaze              ashita              yuusha              shoujo              natsuyasumi              wakare              tatakai              hanayome              futatsu              danshi             



Examples of "kisetsu"
Compass also released a manga anthology called "Tactics Anthology Comic One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Chapter" in May 1999. Movic released a two-volume manga anthology called "One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Comic Anthology" between October and December 1999. Ohzora released five volumes of manga anthologies: three in one series, and the last two as stand-alone volumes. The three-volume series is titled "One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Anthology Comics" and were released between May 2002 and February 2003. The first stand-alone volume called "One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Dōjin Selection" was released in September 2003, and the second stand-alone volume titled "Hidamari One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e" was released in January 2004.
Japanese game magazine "Famitsu" scored the "Metal Saga: Hagane no Kisetsu" 27/40. In its released year, "Metal Saga: Hagane no Kisetsu" was sold 26,000 copies. RPGamer scored the game 2.5/5.
During Tokyo Jihen's farewell tour held in February 2012, "Bon Voyage", Tokyo Jihen performed "Oishii Kisetsu" live. Sheena performed "Oishii Kisetsu" again during her solo "Tōtaikai" concerts in November 2013.
Credits are adapted from liner notes of "Shiroi Kisetsu / Sakura Hitohira".
He made his debut with the single "Tabidachi" in 1977, and success soon followed with the two hits "Toki no Itazura" and "Kisetsu no Nakade."
On April 15, 2005, Gentouki performed their single Hajimari no Kisetsu on NHK PopJam (1993–2007) which has since become with Music Japan.
The 2003 Niibiro no Kisetsu single and Itsumo no You ni releases marked the involvement of illustrator Yusuke Nakamura. Being a big fan of Gentouki and being impressed by their live performance, Nakamura personally requested the band to let him do illustrations for their CDs. This resulted in Nakamura's first professional illustration job, illustrating the artwork of 2003 single Nibiiro no kisetsu. Illustrator Yusuke Nakamura is still closely related to Gentouki and has provided most of their CD artwork.
Both songs were released digitally on February 4, 2015 and February 11, 2015, respectively. The physical CD single was released on February 18, 2015 in limited quantity and includes a piano rendition of "Shiroi Kisetsu" as hidden track.
Yanagi recently starred in the stage play 'Taikan Kisetsu' (Cornflakes), alongside former Hyouteimyu cast member Kawaii Ryunosuke. In January 2008 he also starred as one of the main characters in the play 'Sohji'.
After the war, he directed the 1950 film adaptation of Jun'ichirō Tanizaki's "The Makioka Sisters", a film which brought him commercial success. His later films include the 1959 satirical comedy "Season of Affairs" ("Uwaki no kisetsu").
In 1974, he was the editor-publisher of the Butoh newspaper Hageshii Kisetsu (La saison violente) and became a producer for the all-female Butoh company “Ariadone-no-Kai,” which he then continued to produce and choreograph for.
"Shiroi Kisetsu" and "Sakura Hitohira" debuted at number 7 and number 9 on the Recochoku weekly singles charts, respectively. The physical CD made its debut at number 24 on the Oricon weekly singles chart.
Gentouki had their major debut in February 2003 with the single Niibiro no Kisetsu released through label Teenage Symphony. This song was featured in heavy rotation broadcasts on FM802.
Three drama CDs based on the original game were released by Movic between November 6, 1999 and January 30, 2000. Two drama CDs based on the all ages OVA series were released by KSS between November 2001 and July 2002. A soundtrack for the all ages OVA series titled "One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Music from the Animation" (also known as "One: Kagayaku Kisetsu e Vocal Mini album") was released on August 10, 2001 by KSS. An original soundtrack for "One: True Stories" was released by ChamberRecords/HOBiRECORDS on November 21, 2003.
Music videos were produced for both "Oishii Kisetsu" and "Ketteiteki Sanpunkan", both directed by Hiroshi Usui. Usui was a director who had previously worked with Sheena on videos such as "Kōfukuron" (1998), "Kabukichō no Joō" (1998), "Koko de Kiss Shite." (1999) and Tokyo Jihen's "Kabuki" and "Kenka Jōtō". (2006) The video for "Oishii Kisetsu" features Kuriyama performing the song into a standing microphone, in a room with a high ceiling with other musicians. Additional scenes feature Kuriyama performing the song while sitting at a chair in a different outfit. Kuriyama wears a Vivienne Westwood armour ring while performing the song; a ring that Sheena wore during her early career.
Metal Saga: Hagane no Kisetsu (, literally "Metal Saga: Season of Steel") is a post-apocalyptic role-playing video game developed by Crea-Tech and published by Success in 2006. It running in Nintendo DS and it is a full touch screen controlled game.
Angela Aki was chosen to sing Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" with her original Japanese lyrics for the movie Heaven's Door, and was chosen to write and perform the theme song titled “Ai no Kisetsu” for the NHK morning drama “Tsubasa” broadcast from March 30, 2009.
Other Event Vs include Morning Musume's "", "Iroppoi Jirettai" and "Kanashimi Twilight", Cute's "Sakura Chirari", "Meguru Koi no Kisetsu", "Tokaikko Junjō", "Lalala Shiawase no Uta", "Namida no Iro", and album "", and the Event V for Maki Goto's "Daite yo! Please Go On",
CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La, offers spa services, including the Kisetsu Ritual and Samurai Treatment. The six spa rooms are entirely private and the largest self-contained spa suites in Tokyo, containing their own showers, bathtub, saunas, surrounded by Tibetan artifacts, writings and furniture.
In the spring of 1976 she released her biggest hit and signature song ""Seishun no Sakamichi"" (The Hills of Youth), which reached the Oricon top 30. Other top 40 hits would follow, such as ""Wakai Kisetsu"" (The Young Season), ""Teami no Present"" (Hand-knitted Present) and ""Soyokaze to Watashi"" (The Breeze And I). Her last single was released in 1980.