Synonyms for kyōka_suzuki or Related words with kyōka_suzuki

kiichi_nakai              takao_osawa              mirai_moriyama              teruyuki_kagawa              shota_matsuda              takayuki_yamada              miho_kanno              shinichi_tsutsumi              manami_konishi              maki_horikita              asami_mizukawa              eri_fukatsu              yūko_takeuchi              masato_hagiwara              kengo_kora              kumiko_akiyoshi              kanako_higuchi              yoshio_harada              fumiyo_kohinata              kinnosuke_nakamura              tori_matsuzaka              keiko_takeshita              sadao_abe              satomi_ishihara              ryo_katsuji              masao_kusakari              yui_natsukawa              aoi_miyazaki              kōichi_satō              yoshiko_mita              juri_ueno              terawaki              naoto_takenaka              jun_kaname              susumu_terajima              chizuru_ikewaki              ayako_wakao              osamu_mukai              seiichi_tanabe              kyoka_suzuki              mirai_shida              ryuta_sato              hitomi_kuroki              ittoku_kishibe              saki_aibu              akira_emoto              tetsuji_tamayama              hiroki_narimiya              gaku_hamada              kanjiya             



Examples of "kyōka_suzuki"
Kyōka Suzuki won the Award for Best Actress at the 2011 Tokyo Drama Awards.
Fox International Productions and Fuji TV released a Japanese-language remake of the film in October 2009, often referred to in English as "Saidoweizu" (the anglicization of its Japanese title). The film is directed by Cellin Gluck and stars Katsuhisa Namase, Fumiyo Kohinata, Kyōka Suzuki, and Rinko Kikuchi, and has a soundtrack composed and performed by Hawaiian-born ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro.
The first single released from the album was "Voice" in February 2013. The song was used as the theme song for the drama "", starring Kyōka Suzuki and Yuriko Ishida. The single became a big hit, being certified by the RIAJ as a gold single a month after release. It is currently her fourth most sold physical single since her debut. It is also her last release under the then-independent EMI Music Japan.