Synonyms for kyoko_koizumi or Related words with kyoko_koizumi

kyōko_koizumi              maki_horikita              yuki_saito              kenji_sawada              shihori              keiko_kitagawa              yui_aragaki              mayuko              takako_matsu              kyoko_fukada              momoe_yamaguchi              nao_nagasawa              erika_sawajiri              aya_ueto              meisa_kuroki              aoi_miyazaki              kiyoshi_hikawa              yusuke_kamiji              yui_ichikawa              yuki_uchida              yukie_nakama              mirai_shida              mirai_moriyama              asaoka              junko_sakurada              kyōka_suzuki              sadao_abe              emiri_katō              masami_nagasawa              ayukawa              juri_ueno              chiaki_kuriyama              yōko_maki              ryoko_shinohara              riisa_naka              saki_aibu              mari_natsuki              yoko_minamino              hiroshi_itsuki              miho_nakayama              akiko_wada              mitsuhiro_oikawa              eri_fukatsu              satomi_akesaka              yuriko_yoshitaka              hibari_misora              keiko_toda              yū_aoi              ryōko_hirosue              kou_shibasaki             



Examples of "kyoko_koizumi"
All songs written and composed by Yōsui Inoue and Tamio Okuda, except lyrics for "Tsuki Hitoshizuku" co-written by Kyoko Koizumi
In 2009, she played as Kyoko Koizumi in the film, "20th Century Boys", and was also evaluated in supervision and authorship.
In a May 2011 Oricon survey crowned her the No. 1 everlasting idol of all time, beating the Momoe Yamaguchi (2), Kyoko Koizumi (3), Morning Musume (4) and Akina Nakamori (5).
"How Beautiful You Are" is a song by Japanese musician Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released on February 8, 2012 as the leading digital single from her thirteenth studio album, "Party Queen". The song was used at the theme song for the Kyoko Koizumi-starring Fuji Television drama "Saigo Kara Nibanme no Koi".
Kyoko Koizumi, who attends Kanna's school, impulsively takes on a school assignment of covering Bloody New Year's Eve, but soon becomes entangled in activities involving both the Friends and the people who oppose them. After surviving a brainwashing program, she joins with Kenji's friend Yoshitsune and his resistance force.
A young girl, Emili, is killed by a stranger in elementary school. Although her four friends saw the suspect, they say they don't remember it. 15 years have passed and the incident is still unsolved. Emili's mother, Asako (Kyoko Koizumi), makes them do penance for it. The series focuses on the psychological repercussions on each of the four girls, 15 years later.
AP Bank organises an all-night club event for artists, musicians, and other creative people called AP BANG! Tokyo Creators' Meeting. The purpose is to make people think about the environment, through creations and performances for a younger crowd that might typically have less interest or knowledge of environmental concerns. Vol.1 took place over three days at Studio Coast in Shin Kiba, Tokyo, from March 16-18th 2007 and featured art directors, filmmakers, web designers and copywriters as well as performing acts such as Seamo, Kyoko Koizumi and Ayaka.
Mita debuted as an idol singer in 1982, the same year as Kyoko Koizumi and Akina Nakamori. Her first single, "Kakete kita otome" reached number 21 on the Oricon Singles Chart., and her second single "Natsu no shizuku" reached number 28. She also appeared in film and television. She met the kabuki actor Nakamura Hashinosuke III, the son of the living national treasure Nakamura Shikan VII, on the set of "Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial" and the two married in 1991. She has continued to act while raising their three sons.
Described as an adult love story, "Saigo Kara Nibanme no Koi" narrates the tale of Chiaki Yoshino (Kyoko Koizumi), a 45-year-old TV drama producer. As she is becoming older, Chiaki becomes increasingly more concerned about her health and retirement, instead of building romantic relationship with someone: The hope she once had of sharing her life with someone seems distant. Chiaki is subsequently troubled about deciding on taking a break from her ruling life, and such questions lead her to Kamakura, where she decides to settle. In this ancient city she meets Wahei Nagakura (Kiichi Nakai), a 50-year-old widower and father of one child who works for the city office.
Although his own leader albums failed to receive public attention, Kobayashi garnered commercial success in collaboration as producer or songwriter with other artists. As an arranger of his own composition "Anata ni Aete Yokatta" co-written and performed by Kyoko Koizumi in 1991, Kobayashi won the 33rd Japan Record Awards for Best Arrangement category. In 1992, he undertook the production work with the Japanese pop-rock band Mr. Children on their debut album entitled "Everything". The producer and the band have gone on to record together to date, achieving mainstream success with cumulative sales of over 58 million copies albums and singles as of March 2013. In 1995, Kobayashi formed another multi-million selling pop group My Little Lover fronted by his then-girlfriend and first spouse Akko, and remained as a full-time member of the band until the couple's marriage broke up in the mid 2000s.
They formed songwriting team in the mid 1990s, the era that Okuda disbanded Unicorn and launched his solo career. 1995 saw the first release of their collaborative material, "Tsuki Hitoshizuku" co-written and sung by pop icon Kyoko Koizumi. In the following year, the pair wrote the song "Asia no Junshin" for Puffy, the new female pop duo produced by Okuda. It was released as Puffy's debut single in May 1996 and became a huge hit, peaking at number-three on the Japanese Oricon singles chart and selling over 1.18 million copies. "Shopping" features the remake versions of above‐mentioned songs by Inoue and Okuda, along with 10 of new songs that they wrote together.
Tamio Okuda, a member of the band Unicorn who suspended the group's work and began his solo career in 1994, became a collaborator for Inoue during the mid-1990s. Reportedly, sending a letter from Inoue (who was impressed by the Unicorn's song "Yuki no Furu Machi" written by Okuda) to Okuda became a trigger for them to form a songwriting team. At first, they contributed a song "Tsuki Hitoshizuku" for a pop idol/actress Kyoko Koizumi (who also wrote part of the lyrics with them). "Asia no Junshin", a debut single for Puffy (the duo that Okuda produced), is the most successful song that they wrote together. It was released on CD in March 1996 and sold more than a million copies, peaking at the number-three on the Japanese chart. Along with "Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera", another massive hit they wrote for Puffy in 1997, it has been Inoue's live favorites in recent 10 years. Inoue and Okuda formed the group called "InoueYosuiOkudaTamio" in 1997. After their duet "Arigato" became a smash hit, they released an album entitled "Shopping". It comprises 12 songs Inoue and Okuda recorded together, including "Arigato" and their own adaptation of "Asia No Junshin" and "Tsuki Hitoshizuku".