Synonyms for kyoko_fukada or Related words with kyoko_fukada
Examples of "kyoko_fukada"
Fighting Girl is a Japanese television drama starring
In July 2002 a special issue of "Bubka" magazine featured unauthorized childhood photos of several female idols, including Norika Fujiwara,
, and Natsumi Abe. A suit was started against Core Magazine for privacy violation.
"Kamikaze Girls" centers on two students, Momoko Ryugasaki (
) and Ichigo "Ichiko" Shirayuri (Anna Tsuchiya), who are from completely different backgrounds: one is a Lolita-fashioned girl, the other, her antithesis, a Yankī. The story showcases their friendship.
The live action series starring
as Marie Mariya and Misaki Ito as Megumi Aoyagi started airing on Fuji TV on July 5, 2007 and ran for 12 episodes.
In 2001, he starred in "Strawberry on the Shortcake" along with other popular young artists such as Hideaki Takizawa and
. In the drama he took the role of being Kyoko Fukada's first love.
"Hitomi no Naka no Galaxy" was used as the theme song for the drama "Minami-kun no Koibito" starring
and Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya, and "Hero" was used as the theme song for NTV's Olympics coverage.
Matsumoto graduated from Horikoshi Gakuen, a renowned high school known for its many performing arts alumnae such as
and Ai Kato, in March 2002 at the age of .
The song was used as the theme song for the TBS drama "First Love", starring Atsuro Watabe and
. This was Utada's third composition to be used as a drama theme song, after "First Love" was used for "Majo no Jōken" (1999), and "Can You Keep a Secret?" for "Hero" (2001). The drama first aired in Japan on April 17, 2002.
Saito arranged the soundtrack for the anime "Mizuiro Jidai" (1996–1997), alongside Harukichi Yamamoto. He arranged the soundtrack for the
-starring drama "Imagine" in 2001, and in 2009 started producing the music for the children's music program "Okaasan to Issho" for the Monoran Monoran and Poco Potteito segments.
he then went to visit various locations for the latest fashion and design scenes in Japan. In 2003, he signed a contract with Nishiwaki’s fashion company, Ninita, as a textile designer. His clothing designs were loved by many popular Japanese actresses; Aoi Miyazaki, Masami Nagasawa,
and Satomi Ishihara have worn his designs.
Sakurazawa's earlier work "Angel" and this manga, "Angel Nest" were adapted into a live action film titled . The film was directed by Mayumi Miyasaka, who was awarded the Special Jury Prize for the Feature Length Competition division at the 2005 Skip City International D-Cinema Festival. The screenwriter for the film was Satoko Okudera, with Ryo Yoshimata as music director.
was cast as the angel, Shigeru Izumiya as Tano, Akemi Kobayashi as Emi and Saori Koide as Mizuho. The film premiered in Japan on January 21, 2006. The theme song of the movie, , was performed by Otake Yuki. A making-of DVD with
, detailing the production of the film was released by Happinet Pictures on January 14, 2006. It was followed by a photo-book published by Shodensha on January 28, 2006.
Yōon sounds, those sounds represented using a kana ending in "i" and a small "ya", "yu" or "yo" kana, such as "kyo" count as one mora. Japanese long vowels count as two morae, and may disappear (the same can be said for the sokuon, or small "tsu"); Harry Potter, originally "Harī Pottā", is contracted to "Haripota", or otherwise be altered; actress
, "Fukada Kyōko", becomes "Fukakyon".
At some point, Manato Irie (Hideaki Takizawa) began to withdraw himself from the world. Even when picked on, it's not the real Irie, but an act. However one day he meets a strange girl - Yui Misawa (
). Yui, who finds the tedium of everyday life unbearable, teases Manato with her almost too upfront and honest manner. Alone and afraid Manato wavers but finds himself drawn to her. But his feelings for Yui are doomed to be unrequited, when he discovers that Yui is none other than his new step sister.
1999 and 2000: Starring in the television drama "Don't Be a Cry Baby" with Japanese star
and performing two concerts in Fukuoka, Japan in 1999, Chen increased her Japanese fanbase. She released a new album, "Love of Colours" which sold over 300,000 in Hong Kong from 9 December 1999 to 2000, and was the best selling album in 2000. She also won "The most popular female artist" in 1999 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation. Her albums sold over 230,000 in Hong Kong in 1999, the best selling female artist in Hong Kong.
Yoon Son-ha (; born November 17, 1975, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea) is a South Korean actress, singer and television personality ("gaijin tarento"). She is signed onto Sony Music Japan's SME Records division. Since making her debut in the MBC dramas, she has acted in Korea and Japan, probably due to her fluency in Japanese as well as in her native Korean, where she has gained popularity from starring in the Fuji TV drama, "Fighting Girl" with co-star
. In Japan, however, she is known as "Yun Sona" (ユンソナ).
Mai Aida (
) is a third year English teacher at an all-girls private school. Since fewer students are enrolling at the school, they decide to accept boys. Five boys start to attend the school. To help them adjust, Mai Aida helps them to come in contact with some girls by creating the "Social Dance Club". However, as the boys and girls at the "Social Dance Club" start to get along with each other and even fall in love, their project is not only threatened by the vice principal, but also by the devious leader of the student's council who has her very own agenda as to why she wants the club to stop.
A live-action action suspense film directed by Yu Irie based on the novel was released on January 31, 2015. Starring Kazuya Kamenashi, Yūsuke Iseya and
, it was filmed during April 2014 in Singapore and in Batam, Indonesia. Irie described it as an international production since it featured British and Australian actors and only 20% of the crew was composed of Japanese people. The film's budget was partially financed by Nippon Television and it was distributed by Toho. The film earned on its opening weekend in Japan, closing its run with grossed. It received 225 votes (out of 677) and won the Fan Grand Prize of the Nikkan Sports Film Award. Its North American premiere was held during the Japan Cuts festival on July 9, 2015.
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