Synonyms for machiko_ono or Related words with machiko_ono

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Examples of "machiko_ono"
The manga was adapted into a live-action film, , directed by Hideyuki Hirayama and starring Junichi Okada, Hiroshi Abe and Machiko Ono. Distributed by Asmik Ace Entertainment and Toho, it was released on March 12, 2016, and grossed .
"Suzaku" was the 35mm film debut of Kawase, who was known for her independently produced films in 8mm. A reference to her previous career can be seen in "Suzaku" through the 8mm film projected at the end. The only professional actor in the production was Jun Kunimura, although this became the debut of Machiko Ono, who later went on to a successful acting career.
"Suzaku" was selected for the Directors' Fortnight at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival and won the Caméra d'Or (best new film) at the Festival. It also won the FIPRESCI Award at the 1997 International Film Festival Rotterdam. Machiko Ono won the best actress award at the Singapore Film Festival for her role.
, also known by its French title L'œillet ("The Carnation" in English), is a song by Japanese musician Ringo Sheena. It was released on November 2, 2011, two years after her previous solo single "Ariamaru Tomi" (2009), during a period where she primarily worked with her band Tokyo Jihen. The song was the eponymous theme song for the morning Asadora drama "Carnation", starring Machiko Ono.
The Mourning Forest () is an 2007 Japanese film directed by Naomi Kawase. It won the Grand prix at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. It tells the story of a nurse (played by Machiko Ono) who is grieving for her dead child. She works at a nursing home and grows close to an elderly man (Shigeki Uda), suffering from dementia, who is searching in the local forest for something connected to his dead wife that he cannot explain.
The start of the series was delayed, and the length of the series was shortened, due to the effects of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake on the NHK schedule. Machiko Ono was selected in an audition of 1850 actresses to play the lead role for the majority of the series. The veteran actress Mari Natsuki played the role from the age of 72 on, in broadcasts beginning 3 March 2012. The child actress Akari Ninomiya played both the heroine as a child and Itoko's daughter Naoko as a child.
The song was written by Shiho Ochi and Kōichi Tabo especially for the drama "Summer Rescue: Tenkū no Shinryōjo", starring Osamu Mukai and Machiko Ono. Ochi was inspired to write the lyrics for the song after reading the scrift for the drama, and decided to sing about rebirth, around a mofit of the sun and the moon. Ochi described the song as being like a letter of thanks to important people in your lives. The song's release as a double A-side single was announced on June 21, 2012.
Before the release of her fourth album "Sanmon Gossip" in 2009, which celebrated her 10th anniversary, Sheena released the single "Ariamaru Tomi", used for the drama "Smile"'s theme song. Sheena's main musical project during this time was the band Tokyo Jihen, who after "Sanmon Gossip" released the albums "Sports" (2010) and "Dai Hakken" (2011). 2011 saw the release of another solo single by Sheena, "Carnation". The song was commissioned for the asadora "Carnation" starring Machiko Ono. Sheena had wanted the song to be released by Tokyo Jihen, however the staff involved with the drama specifically requested the song be under her solo stage name. Sheena compromised by having the members of Tokyo Jihen perform the song with her and appear in the music video, however still labelling it as a 'Ringo Sheena' release.