Synonyms for kouda or Related words with kouda
Examples of "kouda"
The younger sister of
family. She is 19 years old. She works in a sports articles shops.
As an actor, he was known for his performance in the movie "Looking for" with Mariko
, also known as Risa Koda and Risa
(for softcore appearances), is a Japanese model and adult video (AV) actress.
The third season, "Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz!", aired in 2015 between July 25 and September 26. The opening theme is "Wonder Stella (ワンダーステラ)" by fhána whilst the ending theme is "Happening☆diary (ハプニング☆ダイアリー)" by Yumeha
(Episode 1-5) then "Wishing Diary" (Episode 6-10), also performed by Yumeha
There are three sisters: 29-year-old Sachi
(Haruka Ayase), 22-year-old Yoshino
(Masami Nagasawa) and 19-year-old Chika
(Kaho). They live in the house of their grandparents in Kamakura, where they grew up after their parents had separated and left them. One day, they receive news of the death of their father whom they haven't seen in 15 years. At the funeral, they meet their 14 year old half-sister Suzu Asano (Suzu Hirose). As there is nobody to take care of her the oldest sister Sachi invites her to live with them.
The eldest sister of the
family. She works as a nurse in a hospital. Very serious and reliable. She is 29 years old.
The second season, "Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei!", aired between July 10 and September 11, 2014. The opening theme is "Moving Soul" by Minami Kuribayashi whilst the ending theme is "Two By Two" by Yumeha
The game's soundtrack was created by multiple composers. Intelligent System's Hiroki Morishita and Rei Kondoh previously worked on "Awakening", while "WarioWare" composers Takeru Kanazaki and Yasuhisa Baba of T's Music, and "Monster Hunter" composer Masato
of Design Wave joined the team as newcomers. The original series composer, Yuka Tsujiyoko, acted as a supervisor. Morishita and Kanazaki wrote the majority of the game's tracks. Arrangements were handled by Morishita, Kanazaki, Kondoh and
. Many of Tsujiyoko's tracks for earlier "Fire Emblem" titles were remixed for use in "Fates".
On March 21, 2012 Square Enix published a fourth "Nier" album, titled "Piano Collections Nier Gestalt & Replicant". Each of the 11 tracks on the album is a piano arrangement of a "Nier" piece. The tracks were arranged and played by several different artists, namely Keigo Hoashi, Kumi Tanioka, Masato
, Ryuichi Takada, and Yuri Misumi. Each arranger performed their own pieces, with the exception of
, whose arrangement was played by Tanioka. The album has a duration of 45:42, and has the catalog number SQEX-10303.
This season features two pieces of theme music that are used for the episodes: one for the opening and one for the ending. The opening theme is "moving soul" by Minami Kuribayashi and the ending theme is "Two By Two" by Yumeha
In the aftermath of the Meiji Restoration, Gensai was released from prison. He changed his name to
Genbei (), and served as a military official and teacher for the Kumamoto domain. However, because of his harboring of some Kiheitai stragglers under his old comrade Oraku Gentarō, he was again put in prison, and was executed in 1872.
Second sister of the
family. She works as an office lady in a bank. She loves drinking alcohol and is pretty embarrassing when drunken. She often dates younger and handsome boys. Once, she dated Tomoaki Fujii, one of the protagonists of "Lovers' Kiss" (former series of Akimi Yoshida also set in Kamakura). She is 22 years old.
She wrote short stories and love stories for young girls' magazines, and Kodansha commissioned her to write stories for their shōjo manga magazine "Shōjo Friend". In the 1970s, she wrote many shōjo manga stories as Ayako Kazu, Akane
, Kyoko Mizuki and Keiko Nagita.
Formerly Lezom's first officer, she turns out to be the leader of a Val-Fasq starfleet that invades Transbaal territory in Moonlit Lovers. She pursued Takuto and the Elsior throughout most of the game. She is voiced by Kaho
The background music of "Wild Arms" follows the games' continued motif by providing a soundtrack reminiscent of Western films. The groundwork for the series' music was laid by composer Michiko Naruke, who had previously only written the scores to Super Nintendo Entertainment System titles. Recurring instrumentation includes acoustic guitars, mandolins, drums, woodwind and brass instruments, and pianos, accompanied by clapping and whistling samples. While classically influenced, the music of each game often diverges into other genres, including folk, rock, electronic, swing, and choral. Naruke composed the soundtracks for the first three "Wild Arms" titles herself, yet she contributed to the soundtrack for "Wild Arms 4" along with Nobuyuki Shimizu, Ryuta Suzuki, and Masato
, who emulated her now-established style. Music for "Wild Arms 5", the only video game title where Naruke did not contribute, was provided by
along with series newcomer Noriyasu Agematsu.
The anime aired on Tokyo MX between July 13 and September 14, 2013 and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. The anime is produced by Silver Link and directed by Miki Minato, Takashi Sakamoto and Shin Ōnuma, written by Kenji Inoue and Hazuki Minase with music by Tatsuya Katō. The opening theme song is "starlog" by Choucho and the ending theme song is "Prism Sympathy" by StylipS. A second season, "Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei!", aired between July 10 and September 11, 2014. The second season's opening theme is "moving soul" by Minami Kuribayashi and the ending theme is "Two By Two" by Yumeha
. The first two seasons are licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks. A third season, "Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz!", aired between July 25 and December 26, 2015. The third season's opening theme is by Fhána while the ending themes are for episodes 1-5 and "Wishing Diary" for episode's 6-10, both by
. A fourth season, "Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei!", aired between July 3, 2016 and September 21, 2016. The opening theme is "Asterism" by Choucho while the ending themes are "Whimsical Wayward Wish" by Technoboys Pulcraft Green-Fund feat. Yumeha
. The ending theme for episode nine is "Cuddle" by ChouCho.
The music in this game is done in an orchestrated score, and written by Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Akira Takizawa, Hitomi Kurokawa, Norihiko Hibino, Masato
and Rei Kondoh. The theme songs are called "The Won-Stoppable Wonderful 100" and "The Won-Stoppable Wonderful 101", which is sung by Foresta in the Japanese version, and by Jimmy Wilcox, Rob McElroy, and Bruce Blanchard in the English version. A two-volume official soundtrack was released on September 15, 2014.
The game features voiceovers in several of its cutscenes and battles. The music for "Wild Arms 5", the only video game title where the original series composer Michiko Naruke did not contribute, was provided by Masato
along with series newcomer Noriyasu Agematsu. Unlike past "Wild Arms", Nana Mizuki, who voiced Rebecca in the game, sung the opening "Justice to Believe" and ending "Crystal Letter" theme rather than Kaori Asoh.
The fourth season, "Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei!!", aired between July 6, 2016 and September 21, 2016. The role of Sapphire was recast following the death of voice actress Miyu Matsuki on October 27, 2015. Yumi Kakazu was announced as the new voice of Sapphire. The opening theme is "Asterism" by ChouCho, whilst the ending theme is "WHIMSICAL WAYWARD WISH" by TECHNOBOYS PULCRAFT GREEN-FUND feat. Yumeha
. The ending theme for episode nine was "Cuddle" by ChouCho.
She shares the same father as the
sisters. She is 13 and still in junior high school. She is very reliable and serious, and that got Sachi's attention. She lived in Sendai with her father and mother but after her mother's death, her father married Youko in Yamagata. She met her sisters at her father's funeral, and moved to Kamakura to live with them. She is very good at soccer.
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