Synonyms for koibito or Related words with koibito

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Examples of "koibito"
Other products resembling Shiroi Koibito, "Doara no Koibito" (sold by Nagatoya Co., Ltd.) and "Nijigen no Koibito" (sold by Daito Corporation) among others, are manufactured and sold all over Japan.
There is also a service to custom order Shiroi Koibito with a photographic portrait of your choosing on the package. Additionally, "Shiroi Koibito Chocolate Drink" went on sale in 1997 as a sister product.
The package of Shiroi Koibito includes a picture of Mount Rishiri arranged in the centre.
Tsuji also wrote and directed a TV movie titled "Mokka no Koibito" in 2002.
After "Koibito yo" became a hit, Itsuwa gained popularity also in non-Japanese Asian countries during the 1980s.
Each character associated "aishiteru", "kirai", "suki" "tomodachi", "zekkou", "netsuretsu" and "koibito". Using their initials they would perform Akisutozeneko.
Lin starred as one of the three female leads in the 2010 Fuji TV Japanese television drama "Tsuki no Koibito". The male lead is popular actor Takuya Kimura.
In Sapporo City West Ward there is a facility named "Shiroi Koibito Park" where one can see the Shiroi Koibito production line, history of the chocolate and artwork among other things such as the Ishiya Chocolate Factory, Consadole Sapporo's training grounds, known as Miyanosawa Shiroi Koibito Football Stadium, and their clubhouse, also visitors are able to take classes in making Shiroi Kobito-style sweets. In the vicinity of the former National Route 5 on the banks of the Hassamu River and around National Route 36 there are giant billboards based on the Consadole Sapporo uniform's image.
As of November 20, 2010 the music video for "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu" has been viewed over 1,533,000 times on popular video-sharing website YouTube.
Hello! The Osmond Brothers is an album released by The Osmonds in 1970. Most songs were recorded in Japanese, and some were recorded in English. The album was released in Japan. Four singles were released from the album. "Chitchana Koibito", "Young Love Swing", "Movin' Along" and "Chance". The single, "Chitchana Koibito", (which means "My Little Darling" in Japanese) was sung by Jimmy and reached No. 1 on the Japan charts. The album was released about a month before they signed with MGM Records.
At present, yearly sales have risen to around two hundred million units. Shiroi Koibito ranks second nationally in souvenir unit sales following Akafukumochi (from Mie prefecture). A trade journal selected "souvenirs that represent the 20th century" based on a survey and Shoroi Koibito came in first place, beating out Karashi Mentaiko in second place by a landslide. In 1986, it won first prize in Monde Selection.
"Hitomi no Naka no Galaxy" was used as the theme song for the drama "Minami-kun no Koibito" starring Kyoko Fukada and Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya, and "Hero" was used as the theme song for NTV's Olympics coverage.
In Autumn 2003, "Shiroi Roll Cake" went on sale, at first it was only sold in Hokkaido Bussanten (food and products fair) and Shiroi Koibito Park but nationwide online sales began on March 3, 2011.
"Kimi to Dance Dance Dance / My Lady (Fuyu no Koibito)" is the second Japanese Single by South Korean boy band Boyfriend. This single is another original song and was released digitally on November 28, 2012.
The B-side of the regular edition is a cover of the 2001 song "Koibito wa Kokoro no Ōendan" by the group Country Musume that released it as a single in 2001.
As Ishiya Co. is the official sponsor of Consadole Sapporo in the Japanese National Football League (J.League) the Shiroi Koibito logo is displayed on the uniform. Depending on the year, the logo appears on the chest and also the back.
Her representative works include "Wakaokusama Tamajigoku" and "Minami-kun no Koibito" (which was later adapted into three drama series). Uchida is also known as "Denko-chan", the mascot character for The Tokyo Electric Power Company.
The single was released in two versions: a limited edition CD+DVD version, as well as a standard CD only version. The DVD features the music video for "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu."
In August 2007, sales were suspended as a portion of the Shiroi Koibito stock was being sold with a falsified best before date, in violation of both Food Hygiene Law and Japanese Agricultural Standard Law.
In 2015, Nakagawa took the role of Hiroshi in the horror film "Ao Oni ver 2.0" based on the game of the same name this marked his first leading role in a movie. Nakagawa also had his first romantic lead role opposite Maika Yamamoto in the drama "Minami kun no Koibito: My Little Lover" which was the fourth live-action adaptation of the manga Minami-kun no Koibito. He was also cast as Kiyoshi Fujino in the live-action adaptation of the manga "Prison School" with Hirona Yamazaki and Aoi Morikawa.