Synonyms for kyoka_suzuki or Related words with kyoka_suzuki
Examples of "kyoka_suzuki"
She co-starred in the 2010 film "Flowers" with Yu Aoi,
, Yuko Takeuchi, Rena Tanaka and Yukie Nakama.
Cast members include: Takao Osawa (as Naruse, boss and "human lie detector"),
(as Yukiko, driver and "human clock"), Shota Matsuda (as Kuon, the pickpocket), Kōichi Satō (as Kyōno, the coffee shop owner), and Koji Okura (as Jimichi).
Actress Mana Ashida received the "Best Performance by an Actress" award at the 2011 Tokyo Drama Awards for her role in "Marumo no Okite". She shared this award with actress
, who won the award for her role in the NHK television series "Second Virgin".
Bullet Ballet (バレット・バレエ) is a Japanese film directed by and starring Shinya Tsukamoto, and co-starring Hisashi Igawa, Sujin Kim, Kirina Mano, Takahiro Murase, Tatsuya Nakamura and
. After his girlfriend commits suicide, a man (Shinya Tsukamoto) becomes embroiled in gang warfare attempting to obtain a gun in hopes to kill himself.
Yang's semi-autobiographical novel, "Chi to Hone" (Blood and Bones), was adapted as a theatrical film, directed by Yoichi Sai, starring Takeshi Kitano as Kim Shun-Pei,
as Kim's wife, Joe Odagiri as son-in-law and Hirofumi Arai as eldest son and narrator. The film opened in Japan on 6 November 2004.
In 2012, Yamada returned to acting for the first time in two years. He played the main role in "Yamada Akiyoshi Monogatari", which was aired on January 2. It was his first time to star in a period drama. From January to March, he starred in a 3-month long television series, "Perfect Son", with actress
. Hey! Say! JUMP's 9th single "SUPER DELICATE" was used as the theme song for the series.
Having led a life of misfortune and having had no luck with men in her life, Umi Suzuki (
) has one tremendous expectation for her son Daichi (Ryosuke Yamada): “It’s payback time and my son is going to make up for all of my past misery!” Umi has played the role of a good mother, but has secretly manipulated Daichi to become the “Perfect Son” who cares more about his mom than anyone else. Daichi, not knowing anything about her unspoken plan, has actually grown up to become a completely new type of “mama’s boy” who is so honest that he is not embarrassed to say out loud, “My mom is the most important person in the whole world.” Much to Umi’s delight, Daichi is accepted at a prestigious high school.
Two years later, former JSDF First Lieutenant and now world-weary restaurant owner Yusuke Kashima (Yosuke Eguchi) is approached by Major Mori (Katsuhisa Namase) and First Lieutenant Rei Kanzaki (
), who inform him that his lost superior, Colonel Tsuyoshi Matoba (Takeshi Kaga), is actually stranded in the past and ask for his help. All over Japan, black holes have formed which threaten to devour the present; Mori and Kanzaki are sure that Matoba is altering history. Using the same conditions as before, a second team under Mori's and Kanzaki's leadership is to be sent into the past and recover Matoba's unit; Kashima is to act as an observer and liaison to Matoba. Kashima refuses to participate, but then Linuma Shichibei (Kazuki Kitamura), the samurai who had appeared after Matoba's unit had been sent back in time, seeks him out and asks him what he is actually living for when he is not interested in saving the world. This challenge rekindles Kashima's interest, and he agrees to come along.
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