Synonyms for kobukuro or Related words with kobukuro

greeeen              aishiteru              aitai              gakari              yuuka              yasashii              tegomass              yaida              ketsumeishi              ikenai              shimatani              dakishimete              radwimps              hashiritai              glay              riyu              itsumademo              zutto              omoi              fictionjunction              jounetsu              flumpool              owaranai              tsuyoku              negai              chugaku              ikimono              yureru              natsukawa              wasurenai              matsutoya              anata              kimochi              namida              itoshii              sambomaster              kanashii              odoru              shikao              kimeru              sowelu              sakurairo              sakuranbo              yaotome              yozora              ichiban              seamo              moritaka              kataomoi              arashi             



Examples of "kobukuro"
"Winding Road" is a first collaboration single between Ayaka and duo Kobukuro.
"Anata to", the second collaboration single with Kobukuro, was released on September 24, 2008.
Kobukuro received moderately successful ratings for their first three indie albums—"Saturday 8:PM" (July 1999), "ANSWER" (December 2000) and "Root of My Mind" (March 2001). Kobukuro signed with Warner Music Japan in 2001, and made their debut with the hit single, "Yell" which reached number 4 on the Oricon Charts.
"gari": esophagus"haatsu": heart"haatsumoto" (“heart-base”): pulmonary artery"kobukuro": uterus"oppai" (“teat”): mammary"sagari": diaphragm"shibire": pancreas"shiro" (“white”): intestine"teppō" (“rifle”): rectum
The theme song of the drama, "Ryūsei," is performed by folk rock duo Kobukuro. The series premiere, which was extended by 15 minutes, earned a rating of 13.6%.
The theme song of "Oh! My Girl!!" is . This was announced on September 6, 2008. This song will be sung by Kobukuro as their 16th single.
Thelma Aoyama, Mika Nakashima, Kazumasa Oda, Ryuichi Kawamura, Hikaru Utada, Ayaka, Kobukuro, Tsuyoshi Domoto and many other Japanese artists have covered Ozaki's song, "I Love You."
Two songs are covers of recent songs that were not popular hits. "Kiseki no Hana" was originally sung by Lyrico in 2002, and "Wasurete wa Ikenai Mono" by Kobukuro in 2004. These songs were collaborations with people Natsukawa has worked with before: Takeshi Senoo had arranged the song "Shimadachi" from Natsukawa's 2005 album "Ayakaji no Ne," and Kentarō Kobuchi of Kobukuro had written Natsukawa's single "Sayōnara Arigatō" (along with "Wasurete wa Ikenai Mono").
At the end of the year, "Tsubomi" earned Kobukuro the Grand Prix award on Tokyo Broadcasting System's 49th Japan Record Awards. On February 20, 2008, the song was certified by the RIAJ for selling three million digital ringtone downloads.
RockCorps Japan launched in 2014 to help re-build communities affected by the 2011 Fukashima earthquake and tsunami. RockCorps brought together 4,000 volunteers at the Tohoku Arena to see Ne-Yo, Kobukuro, Flumpool and May J.
Despite tough competition from break out artists Ayaka and Kobukuro, Utada was confirmed to have taken the number one position on the Oricon with only the first day sales. Oricon reportedly stated that she "checkmated" her competition.
Kobukuro released the studio album "Nameless World" on December 21, 2005. "Nameless World" became their first number-one album on the Oricon weekly charts. On September 27, 2006, they released their greatest hits album "All Singles Best", which topped the Oricon weekly charts for four consecutive weeks.
Much like "Kaze no Michi" before it, the album centres on original songs composed by high-profile artists. "Sagaribana" was written by Hitoshi Uechi of Begin, "Sayōnara Arigatō" was written by Kentarō Kobuchi of Kobukuro, "Shinobu Hana" by Kazufumi Miyazawa of The Boom, "Kokoro Tsutae" by singer-songwriter Shinji Tanimura and "Chiharu-zaka" by Okinawan singer-songwriter Yasukatsu Ōjima.
On February 28, 2007, a new single was released. The song "Winding Road" was a collaboration with label-mates Kobukuro and was used to promote a new line of cars. The single reached a peak position of number 2 on the Oricon charts.
Riders can choose to play one of five tracks during the ride. At the time of the ride's launch these tracks included "Homebound Train" by Bon Jovi, "Lose Yourself" by Eminem, "Get Back" by The Beatles, "Osaka Lover" by Dreams Come True, and "The Wing Named You" by Kobukuro.
"Akai Ito" is a cover of one of Kobukuro's lesser known songs from their independent releases. Kobukuro's team wanted to bring focus to the song once again and suggested to the band they have a female vocalist cover it. Upon hearing Kobukuro perform the song at a Warner Music Japan Convention concert, Aragaki fell in love with the song and agreed to cover it. Aragaki's version was subsequently produced by Tokyo Jihen member Seiji Kameda.
"Umui Kaji" was released after two singles. "Sayōnara Arigatō (Ama no Kaze)/Mirai" in August 2006 was a re-arrangement of her song "Sayōnara Arigatō" (a single from "Ayakaji no Ne") by the song's writer, Kentarō Kobuchi of Kobukuro. The second A-side, "Mirai," did not feature on the album. "Furusato" was written by singer Noriyuki Makihara, and was used as the theme song for the drama Asakusa Fukumaru Ryokan.
"Umui Kaji" was released after two singles. "Sayōnara Arigatō (Ama no Kaze)/Mirai" in August 2006 was a re-arrangement of her song "Sayōnara Arigatō" (a single from "Ayakaji no Ne") by the song's writer, Kentarō Kobuchi of Kobukuro. The second A-side, "Mirai," did not feature on the album. "Furusato" was written by singer Noriyuki Makihara, and was used as the theme song for the drama Asakusa Fukumaru Ryokan.
Folk duos, such as 19, Yuzu, and Kobukuro, became popular during the period. Their music was called "Neofolk". In October 2007, Kobukuro's double-album "All Singles Best" became the first male album to ship three million copies in the 21st century in Japan. In January 2008, their album "5296" beat out Ayumi Hamasaki's album "Guilty" on the Oricon charts, though she previously had eight consecutive number-one studio albums.
In May 1998, Kobuchi and Kuroda met each other in Sakai near Osaka. Kobuchi was a salesman who held street concerts every Saturday for relaxation and Kuroda was a physical education teacher and a street musician. In September the same year, Kobuchi offered Kuroda a song and seeing that Kuroda was not a skilled guitar player, Kobuchi became the guitar player of the group. Thus, "Kobukuro" was formed.