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Examples of "kou_shibasaki"
So-To went on to produce for artists such as Kou Shibasaki and Kousuke Atari.
It debuted on 8 October 2012. The theme song of the series was sung by Kou Shibasaki.
supporting cast led by Kou Shibasaki and Kaho. South Korean actor Lee Byung-hun made a cameo as Kuroda's lawyer and childhood friend John.
The drama's theme song, "Katachi Aru Mono" (Some Kind of Form), is notable for having been written and performed by Kou Shibasaki, who appeared as Ritsuko Fujimura in the 2004 film adaptation.
Kou Shibasaki, Shinichi Tsutsumi, Kazue Fukiishi, Anna Nagata, Atsushi Ida, and Kana Ito additionally appear as Yumi Nakamura, Hiroshi Yamashita, Natsumi Konishi, Yoko Okazaki, Kenji Kawai, and Rina Tsuchiya, respectively, through archive footage from the first film.
On October 1, 2010, the live-action adaptation of Fumi Yoshinaga's award-winning "" manga, which starred Ninomiya and Kou Shibasaki, was released into theaters in Japan. Ninomiya played , a young man living in a matriarchal society due to a disease that killed most of the male population.
The voice cast includes Hiroshi Abe as Kenshiro, Takashi Ukaji as Raoh, Yuriko Ishida as Yuria, and Kou Shibasaki as Reina (a new character), all of whom were live-action actors with little voice acting experience prior to the production of the movies.
In 2007, after a four-years absence from drama, Fukuyama returned to television, starring as the brilliant but eccentric physics associate professor, Manabu Yukawa, in the television drama "Galileo". He won "Best Actor" at the 55th Television Drama Academy Awards for the role. He also formed a band, KOH+, with his co-star in the drama Kou Shibasaki.
is the director of a live-action adaptation of the manga entitled "Ooku Danjo Gyakuten" (one English translation of the title being "Lady Shogun and her Men"), specifically of the Yoshimune and Mizuno arc. Filming began in the spring of 2010, and the film opened on October 1, 2010. Kazunari Ninomiya played the role of Yuunoshin Mizuno, a new addition to the shogun's harem, and Kou Shibasaki played Shogun Yoshimune.
"Sora" debuted on the daily Oricon albums chart at #2 with 11,499 copies sold. It peaked at #3 on the weekly charts with 72,879 copies sold, making Aragaki the first actress-turned-singer in four years (since Kou Shibasaki) to have her debut album open in the top 3. "Sora" was the 10th best selling album for the month of December 2007. It was 160th (2007) and 167th (2008) on the yearly Oricon albums chart.
The July 2009 issue of "Hana to Yume" magazine, in which "Otomen" runs, announced that a live-action drama had been green-lit, and would premier on Japanese television on August 1, 2009. Kaho portrays Ryo, and Masaki Okada plays Asuka. The ending theme song is ""ラバソー〜lover soul〜"" sung by Kou Shibasaki. A photobook for the live action series by Hakusensha in September 2009 for 1000 yen, entitled (ISBN 978-4-594-06045-9).
Umika Kawashima was born in the Saitama Prefecture. She was scouted in Shibuya when she was in 6th grade and joined Lespros Entertainment. The actresses she idolizes are Aoi Miyazaki, Yui Aragaki and Kou Shibasaki. She has stated that she would like to collaborate with Masaharu Fukuyama. She graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Letters at Meiji University with a degree in psychology in 2016.
Masako (Kou Shibasaki) is the eldest daughter of the Yame family, living in Fukuoka, Kyushu. She leaves school to help support her good, but naive parents and four siblings. The drama centers on the family members and people they meet in the post-war Japan. The story takes place between 1945 and 1964, chronicling the lives of the seven members of the fictional Yame family.
Good Luck!!(グッドラック!!) is a 2003 Japanese television drama starring Takuya Kimura and Kou Shibasaki. The story revolves around an up-and-coming pilot, Hajime Shinkai, and portrays his interactions with others as he progresses along the road to becoming a captain. As is common in many Japanese drama series, it blends drama and romance with comedic elements. This drama also emphasizes hardship of being a pilot or a cabin crew, and the serious nature of the industry they're in, which puts thousands of lives in its hands.
Released originally as a prize for those in the Yamaha Shop contest, Galaco could be won if a producer gained 1,000 views on their video. She was originally worked upon by developers from Internet co., Ltd and was awarded on August 5, 2012. She is based on the voice of Kou Shibasaki. When a non-expiring code could not be released for the original voice, an update called "Galaco Neo" was released. This contained two vocals ("red" and "blue"), including an updated version of the original prize vocal ("red"). The update was developed by Stardust Music Inc. and released on August 5, 2014.
A year after the novel's publication, celebrity actress Kou Shibasaki wrote in a guest column for Japanese monthly literary and pop culture magazine "Da Vinci" (March 2002 issue): "I read it thoroughly even though it made me cry. I wished to have a such relationship in my life." The book became a best-seller, due to Shibasaki's recommendation and the word of mouth. In May 2004 over 3 million copies were sold, surpassing the sales record of Haruki Murakami's "Norwegian Wood". Shibasaki subsequently appeared in the 2004 film version.
The lead-off track of the album "Ride on the Gentle Luminous Dragon" was featured as a theme song for the television drama series "Dr. Coto's Clinic" first aired on Fuji TV in July 2003. A song was released as a single prior to the album, debuted at the number-four on the Oricon and remained on the chart for over 10 months. The album also includes her own rendition of the song "Kiss Old Memories Goodbye" which was initially recorded and released as a single by Kou Shibasaki. Original recording by Shibasaki was also featured on "Dr.Coto" which she acted the role of nurse.
Arashi provided the theme song "Dear Snow" for the live-action movie adaptation of the award-winning "" manga starring Ninomiya and Kou Shibasaki. On August 10, Arashi's ninth studio album "Boku no Miteiru Fūkei" placed at number-one on the "Oricon" weekly album chart, selling around 731,000 copies. The album maintained its number-one spot in the second week, making it Arashi's first studio album to lead the "Oricon" weekly album chart for two consecutive weeks. By selling around another 125,000 copies, the album has sold a total of 856,000 copies. In September, Japan Airlines (JAL) launched a domestic Boeing 777-200 bearing both the images of the members of Arashi and the title of their "Boku no Miteiru Fūkei" album, which will be sold with a specially designed cover in-flight. Japan Airlines will use the "Arashi Jet" until January 2011.
The score for the game was composed primarily by Kumi Tanioka, with Yasuhiro Yamanaka penning three tracks and J-Pop singer Kou Shibasaki writing and performing the theme song titled "Memory Pocket -Memopoke-". The non-optional event scenes of the game are fully voiced. The "Code Age Commanders Original Soundtrack", which does not contain "Memory Pocket", was published by Square Enix on October 19, 2005 in Japan. It spans two discs and 80 tracks, covering a duration of 2 hours and 28 minutes. "Memory Pocket" was released as the B-side to Shibasaki's single "Sweet Mom" by Universal Music Group on October 5, 2005 in Japan, and was included in her second album "Hitori Asobi" published by Universal Music Group on 2006-12-14 in Japan.
Kimihiko Onizuka (Sadao Abe) is a salaryman infatuated with maiko (apprentice geisha) and whose greatest goal in life is to play a party game called yakyuken with one. Upon being transferred to his company's Kyoto branch, he dumps his coworker girlfriend Fujiko (Kou Shibasaki) and makes his first ever visit to a geisha house. However, when the realization of Kimihiko's lifelong dream is rudely interrupted by a professional baseball star named Kiichiro Naito (Shinichi Tsutsumi), he vows revenge by becoming a pro baseball player himself. Meanwhile, Fujiko decides to become an apprentice geisha. A rivalry between Kimihiko and Naito ensues where they try to out-do each other at baseball, K-1, cooking, acting and even politics.