Synonyms for maki_horikita or Related words with maki_horikita

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Examples of "maki_horikita"
Chisato Mineta (Maki Horikita), a 20-year-old homeless girl who moves about from parks to net cafes.
She was portrayed by Maki Horikita in the Japanese drama adaptation, Ella Chen in the Taiwanese drama adaptation and Sulli Choi in the Korean drama adaption.
She was selected to be the support manager for the 87th All Japan High School Soccer Tournament. Previous managers were idols like Maki Horikita, Yui Aragaki, and Kie Kitano.
"Eternally" is a song by Japanese musician Utada Hikaru, from her 2001 album "Distance". It was re-arranged in 2008 as "Eternally (Drama Mix)," for the use in the Maki Horikita starring Fuji TV drama "Innocent Love". It was released as a digital single on October 31, 2008, and eventually released onto CD in March 2009, on an EMI compilation album .
She was portrayed by Maki Horikita in the Japanese drama adaptation and Ella Chen in the Taiwanese drama adaptation. In the 2011 version of the drama, she is portrayed by Maeda Atsuko. In the Korean drama adaptation, To The Beautiful You, Mizuki is portrayed by Sulli Choi.
Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac (Japanese title: 誰かが私にキスをした "Dareka ga watashi ni kiss wo shita", Someone Kissed Me) is a 2010 drama film starring Japanese actress Maki Horikita, Japanese actors Kenichi Matsuyama and Yuya Tegoshi, and American actor Anton Yelchin based on a book written by Gabrielle Zevin.
The limited edition consists of three songs and a special 12-page photo booklet, and the regular edition consists three songs and their instrumentals. "Seishun Amigo" was used as the theme song for the drama "Nobuta wo Produce" starring Kamenashi, Yamashita and Maki Horikita. Musically, the song has a resemblance to Japanese "kayōkyoku" music of the 1980s.
A pawn shop owner in Osaka is murdered, but due to a lack of conclusive evidence the police lists the man's death as a suicide. Detective Sasagaki, who investigated the case, can't forget the main suspect's daughter Yukiho (Maki Horikita) and the pawn shop owner's son Ryoji.
One day, a very shy girl, Nobuko Kotani (Maki Horikita) transfers to their school and is instantly picked on by a group of girls for her shyness. As a testimony to their youth, Shuji and Akira team up and decide to "produce" her, to make her popular. They nickname her "Nobuta".
Ueda employs Yamada to go a mysterious island in search of a girl (played by Maki Horikita) that disappeared 10 years ago. They discover the island is run by Kobako Sachiko, who can appear and disappear via boxes, among other strange powers.
The series is the first live-action television adaptation of the manga, followed by Japanese version "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e", starring Shun Oguri as Izumi Sano, Maki Horikita as Mizuki Ashiya and Toma Ikuta as Shuichi Nakatsu, broasdacast on Fuji Television in 2007; its remake "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e 2011"; and the South Korean adaptation "To the Beautiful You" in 2012.
Otsuka released her first single after "Ai am Best", "Peach/Heart" on July 25, 2007. The first A-side "Peach" is an up-beat summer song and was used as the end theme for the summer drama "Hanazakari no Kimitachi E" (starring Maki Horikita and Shun Oguri), while the second "Heart" is a mid-tempo track. The single also includes a rearranged version of "Renai Shashin", titled .
In addition to her modeling work for the fashion magazines "JJ" and "25ans", Kuroki has released two photobooks, one of her own, "Love Meisa", and a joint one, "Missmatch", with her best friend and actress, Maki Horikita, photographed by Kishin Shinoyama. In 2009, Kuroki was chosen as the Japanese face of international fashion brand, Emporio Armani, and she also appeared in numerous events for the brand worldwide. In 2010 Kuroki was chosen as the international face of French cosmetic brand, L'Oréal.
The first A-side, "Peach" is an upbeat song said to "give the feeling of the refreshing summer sky" and is the theme song of the new summer 2007 drama, Hanazakari no Kimitachi e, starring Maki Horikita, Shun Oguri, and Ikuta Toma. In contrast, the second A-side, "Heart" is a medium-tempo track which has a "nostalgic feeling". The single also features a rearranged version of the single "Renai Shashin" called "Renai Shashin: Haru".
On October 31, Arashi released their 11th studio album, "Popcorn". The album sold over 750,000 copies and was certified for a Triple Platinum by the RIAJ. The Popcorn Live Tour ran through December into January and was reported as of the 15th December to have attracted 730,000 people with 16 shows. Arashi hosted the "63rd NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen" on New Year’s Eve for their 3rd consecutive year with actress Maki Horikita. Ninomiya declared, “I want to win this year.” Sakurai added, “We want to do something new as artists.”
In 2007, Horipro produced a 10-episode live-action television series. Directed by Karaki Marehiro and Tamura Naoki, the drama's 10 episodes was broadcast on TV Asahi between April 20, 2007 and June 22, 2007. The series' ending theme, "My Generation" was performed by Yui, who released a CD containing the theme song on June 13, 2007. The soundtrack for the series was released by Nippon Columbia as a soundtrack CD on June 20, 2007. The DVD box set for the series was released by Asahi Broadcasting Corporation on September 26, 2007. It starred Rina Uchiyama, Kippei Shiina, Maki Horikita and Kanata Hongō.
On November 24, 2008, it was announced that a movie was to be produced that involved both American and Japanese actors and staff with Maki Horikita and Kenichi Matsuyama in the lead roles. The director of the movie was Hans Canosa who had been active in American movies. The script was written by Gabrielle Zevin the author of the novel “Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac” on which this movie was based on. When the movie was announced it was given the working title of “Lost Memories”. Filming began on November 26, 2008 and ended at the beginning of January 2009.
"Boku no Miteiru Fūkei" contains four of the band's previously released singles: "Everything", "My Girl", "Troublemaker" and "Monster". "Everything" was used as the theme song for the au by KDDI commercials featuring Arashi as the endorsers, and "My Girl" was used as the theme song for the drama with the same title starring member Masaki Aiba. According to "Oricon", "Everything" and "My Girl" were also the fifth and third best-selling 2009 singles respectively in Japan. "Troublemaker" was used as the theme song for the drama starring Arashi member Sho Sakurai and Maki Horikita, and "Monster" was used as the theme song for the drama starring Arashi member Satoshi Ohno.
Shun rose to prominence after his breakthrough role as 'Hanazawa Rui' in the popular drama "Hana Yori Dango" in 2005 and his first lead role as 'Shinichi Kudo' in the first "Detective Conan" live movie "Detective Conan: Shinichi Kudo's Written Challenge" in 2006. In 2007, he starred in the drama "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e" as 'Izumi Sano', cooperating with Toma Ikuta and Maki Horikita. In 2008, Oguri took up another lead drama role in "Binbō Danshi" by playing a poor college student named 'Kazumi Koyama'. At the same year, he played in the drama "Tokyo Dogs" as an American detective 'So Takakura' in the leading place. In 2009, Oguri lent his voice as a voice actor once again in "Wangan Midnight" as 'Akio Asakura'.
Meanwhile, Hideki is haunted by premonitions and is restless whenever he sees any newspapers. A student of his, Sayuri Wakakubo (Maki Horikita) who talks about something that could not be prevented, catches his attention. One night, Hideki sees a newspaper foreshadowing Wakakubo's death. He rushes to Wakakubo's home, but is too late to stop her being stabbed to death by a lunatic. Meeting Ayaka, Hideki tells her about his student's death as well as his premonitions; they agree to team up to solve the case. The two visit the house of Rei Kigata, a man who is reported having researched about the Newspaper of Terror. His house is deserted and covered with dirt. Finding a set of video tapes, they watch the first video dated 13 years ago in 1992, in which Kigata (Kei Yamamoto) explains that after receiving premonitions, he worked to prevent it, which, while saving people, caused his hand to mysteriously darken as a side effect. The 32nd video shows him covered in ashes and waving at the camera. Hideki and Ayaka eventually find what is left of his remains: a lump of ashes with a vague shape of a human body.