Synonyms for kyōko_koizumi or Related words with kyōko_koizumi

kyoko_koizumi              miho_nakayama              akiko_wada              aya_ueto              kyoko_fukada              mayuko              kenji_sawada              kiyoshi_hikawa              masaharu_fukuyama              yui_aragaki              ryōko_hirosue              yukie_nakama              kazumasa_oda              yuki_saito              maki_horikita              ryo_nishikido              keiko_kitagawa              ayaka              chiaki_kuriyama              takako_matsu              haruka_ayase              juri_ueno              aoi_miyazaki              satou              ayukawa              nao_nagasawa              momoe_yamaguchi              hiroshi_itsuki              hibari_misora              asaoka              andō              tomohisa_yamashita              toshirō              rie_miyazawa              meisa_kuroki              shingo_katori              shigeru_izumiya              masami_nagasawa              kou_shibasaki              sayuri_yoshinaga              mirai_moriyama              eri_fukatsu              hiroko_yakushimaru              yoshika              nishino              shihori              seiko_matsuda              naohito_fujiki              kousuke              erika_sawajiri             



Examples of "kyōko_koizumi"
The second TV drama series was broadcast in 1983-1984, featuring Kyōko Koizumi as Anmitsu.
Survive Style 5+ is a 2004 Japanese film directed by Gen Sekiguchi. It stars Tadanobu Asano, Kyōko Koizumi, Reika Hashimoto, Jai West, Sonny Chiba and Vinnie Jones.
Horikawa has written and composed songs for popular artists including Miki Imai, Jun'ichi Inagaki, Yukiko Okada, Kyōko Koizumi, Yuki Saito, Noriko Sakai, Miho Nakayama, Yū Hayami, Chiemi Hori, Saori Yagi, and Marina Watanabe.
Miyazawa released several solo albums and composed songs for other musicians, including Akiko Yano, Kyōko Koizumi, and Rimi Natsukawa. He also started a new band named Ganga Zumba who released their first album "Um" in April 2007.
Others include : Akira Emoto, Itsuji Itao, Ayumi Ito, Ryo Katsuji, Kyōko Koizumi, Hitomi Kurihara, Miyuki Matsuda, Ken Mitsuishi, Aoi Miyazaki, Noriko Sengoku, Tomorowo Taguchi, Rena Takeshita, Tetsushi Tanaka, Susumu Terajima, ...
"SpeciAlisa" also features collaborations with vocalist , Bonnie Pink, , former Princess Princess vocalist , Show Ayanocozey (DJ OZMA) from Kishidan, Wise, Tarantula from Spontania, Lecca, rapper , from Def Tech, Kyōko Koizumi, and . Kawamura's contribution, "Hoshi no Hate," which served as theme song for the TBS drama "Hanawake no Yon-shimai", starring Mizuki herself, was released as the album's sole single on August 17, 2011.
After the band was practically dissolved in 1986 because the leader Suzuki launched a solo single , Tashiro, also thanks to his appearances on TV music shows like ""The Best Ten"" (ザ・ベストテン) and his work as a lyricist for singer and actress Kyōko Koizumi, gained enough popularity in Japan that he released an LP, as a solo artist.
In 2002, the British label The Leaf Label released "Jun Ray Song Chang", which compiled the group's first two, Japan-only albums. It was followed a year later by the mini album, "Tsu Gi Ne Pu". The group's song 'Hana' was featured on Fabric Live 07, while 'Tsu Gi Ne Pu' was included on a The Wire Tapper CD. The group's 2005 album, "Minna no Junray", featured vocals by singer and actress Kyōko Koizumi. It has not been released overseas.
The song's composer, Takurō Yoshida, made a cover of the song himself. Kana Mikura of ManaKana made a cover of the song in 2009, on the album "Futari Uta". Mie Kuribayashi made a cover of the B-side, "Anata no Yesterday", in 1999, as did Kyōko Koizumi in 1988. South Korean girl group Orange Caramel covered the title track for their Japanese debut single "Yasashii Akuma" in 2012.
He was most prolific in late 70's and 80's, offering lyrics to many idol singers such Seiko Matsuda (including 17 of her 24 consecutive #1 singles), Kyōko Koizumi, Miho Nakayama, Masahiko Kondo and Hiroko Yakushimaru as well as musical artists such as Yellow Magic Orchestra. The songs "Garasu no Shounen", "Hakka Candy" and "Boku no Senaka ni wa Hane ga Aru" by KinKi Kids are some of his notable recent work.
Since its inception, the band has gone on several nationwide tours of Japan, and have toured extensively worldwide. They have collaborated with several vocalists outside of their band, including Shiina Ringo, Akira Kobayashi, Kyōko Koizumi, Schadaraparr, PUFFY, Yoshie Nakano and Tamio Okuda. They also performed the Japanese theme song to the PlayStation 2 game "Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus", entitled "Black Jack", as well as numerous songs for the PlayStation game Incredible Crisis released in 1999.
Other female idol singers achieved significant popularity in the 1980s, such as Akina Nakamori, Yukiko Okada, Kyōko Koizumi, Yoko Minamino, Momoko Kikuchi, Yōko Oginome, Miho Nakayama, Minako Honda, and Chisato Moritaka. Okada received the Best New Artist award from the Japan Record Awards in 1984. Nakamori won the Grand Prix award for two consecutive years (1985 and 1986), also at the Japan Record Awards; she made a suicide attempt in 1989.
In music, the 36th Kōhaku Uta Gassen was won by the Red Team (women). They were: Hidemi Ishikawa, Naoko Kawai, Teresa Teng, Kyōko Koizumi, Yoshie Kashiwabara, Hiromi Iwasaki, Akina Nakamori, Rumiko Koyanagi, Naoko Ken, Nobue Matsuhara, Yū Hayami, Seiko Matsuda, Tomoyo Harada, Miyuki Kawanaka, Kyoko Suizenji, Chiyoko Shimakura, Aki Yashiro, Sayuri Ishikawa, Sachiko Kobayashi and Masako Mori. Masahiko Kondō won the Japan Music Awards and the Nippon Television Music Festival. Akina Nakamori won the 27th Japan Record Awards and the FNS Music Festival with the song "Meu amor é". The May edition of the Yamaha Popular Song Contest was won by ROLL-BACK with the song "You & Me Tonight".
The film follows five simultaneous, loosely linked plot lines, that intertwine and scramble together. A man (Tadanobu Asano) keeps killing his wife (Reika Hashimoto) and burying her in the woods only to find her alive, furious, and waiting for him when he returns home. A suburban family's life is disrupted when the father (Ittoku Kishibe) is permanently hypnotized into believing he is a bird and tries to learn how to fly. A trio of aimless youth pass time by burgling houses. A murderous advertising executive (Kyōko Koizumi) tries to imagine ideas for commercials. The stories clash together through the intervention of a thuggish hitman (Vinnie Jones) and his translator (Yoshiyoshi Arakawa).
After changing their name and overall sound, Mr. Children auditioned at a music club called La Mama, failing to pass the first time, but passing a second audition to play at the club. After playing in the club, they were asked to try and debut as professionals. Mr. Children sent out five demo tapes; all failed to generate record label interest, and the group took a three-month hiatus in 1991. Hideya Suzuki worked as a receptionist at an economy hotel, while Kazutoshi Sakurai worked with his father who owned a construction company. When they returned, the group created a sixth demo tape and caught the attention of Toy's Factory. The label signed the group and had them play as the opening act for the rock group Jun Sky Walkers. It was also during this time that they were introduced to their long-time friend and producer Takeshi Kobayashi. Kobayashi was already known in the music industry as a music composer for Keisuke Kuwata of Southern All Stars and Kyōko Koizumi.
Amuro released the third single from her upcoming eight studio album, "Baby Don't Cry" on January 24, 2007; it was used as the theme song for the Japanese television series "Himitsu no Hanazono". It was successful in Japan, reaching number three on the Oricon Singles Chart, and sold over 144,000 units in that region, her highest selling single since "Say the Word". Based on ringtone sales, it became her first single to shift over one million units since "How to Be a Girl". Alongside this, she achieved the distinction in having a top ten single each year for 13 consecutive years, breaking the solo female artist's record in Japan by Kyōko Koizumi and Shizuka Kudō. At the end of 2007, it ranked at number seven on the RIAJ yearly ringtone sales charts. She then released the fourth and final single, "Funky Town", on April 4, 2007. It achieved moderate success on the Oricon Singles Chart, peaking at number seven, and shifted over 54,000 units. She was also featured on Japanese group, M-Flo's album, "Cosmicolor", in a song titled "Luvotomy". Her eighth studio album, "Play", was released on June 27, 2007. "Play" charted atop of the Oricon Albums Chart, becoming her first number-one album in more than 7 years. From August 18, 2007, to February 27, 2008, she embarked her concert tour in Japan, titled the Play Tour 2007. Originally consisting of 53 performances, it increased by 12 performances to 65 performances, making this her longest spanning tour.