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Examples of "masaki_aiba"
""Yasashikutte Sukoshi Baka"" is one of the songs included in Iza, Now! album but was performed as a solo by Masaki Aiba.
Masaki Aiba, who is a member of the Japanese idol group "Arashi" played the lead role for the first time in getsuku drama. Kasumi Arimura and Erika Sawajiri also appeared in a supporting role.
Shot by in a drama-like setting, the music video opens up to the front of the family household and (Masaki Aiba) removing the family nameplate from its place next to the front door while the bickering of his brothers can be heard from the inside.
The song was covered as a part of a medley by Rie Tomosaka on the television show "The Yoru mo Hippare" on September 9, 2000. It was later covered by Arashi members Jun Matsumoto and Masaki Aiba on their 2002 concert "Arashi Storm Concert Tour 2003 "Atarashi Arashi"".
"Calling / Breathless" is the 40th single released by Japanese boyband Arashi. "Calling" was used as the theme song for the drama "Last Hope" starring Arashi member Masaki Aiba. "Breathless" was used as the theme song for the movie "Platina Data" starring Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya.
"Sakura" was used as the theme song for the drama "Ouroborous", starring actors Toma Ikuta and Shun Oguri. This is the first time Arashi has provided a theme song for a drama that did not star one of its members. "Aozora no Shita, Kimi no Tonari" was used as the theme song for the drama "Yokoso, Wagaya E," which stars Arashi member Masaki Aiba.
She then ventured into the overseas market by starring in her first Japanese film, Isshin Inudo's "Miracle: Debikuro-kun no Koi to Maho" ("Miracle Devil Claus' Love and Magic"). Set during the Christmas season, the film is a love story about a kind bookstore employee (played by Masaki Aiba from J-pop boyband Arashi) who meets three women.
Like bandmate Sakurai, Matsumoto made his acting debut as a television actor in April 1997 in the TBS drama special . A few months later, he co-starred with the members of KinKi Kids and future bandmate Masaki Aiba in the mystery-thriller series .
"Lotus" is a song recorded by Japanese boy band Arashi. It was released on February 23, 2011, by their record label J Storm. The single is used as the theme song to the drama "Bartender" starring Arashi member Masaki Aiba. It was released in two editions: a regular edition containing two bonus tracks and instrumental versions of all the songs released in the single, and a limited edition containing a bonus track along with a DVD with a music video of the single.
In November 2010, through the 24th issue of "Super Jump", it was announced the production of a Japanese television drama series starring Masaki Aiba. Directed by Osamu Katayama and written by Natsuko Takahashi, it aired on TV Asahi "Friday Night Drama" time slot from February 4, 2011 to April 1, 2011. On August 5, 2011, TC Entertainment released all episodes in a Blu-Ray Disc box set.
Kamenashi walked the runway in 2008 for Hermès' men's autumn/winter 2008 collection in Tokyo. In 2010, Kamenashi won the annual Best Jeanist award with more than 29,000 votes in the men's category, almost triple that of second runner-up, Masaki Aiba. This is his fifth consecutive win and is thus promoted into the hall of fame, making him Eternal Best Jeanist and ineligible for future runs.
is a 2002 Japanese movie based on an original idea by Yoshihiko Inohara and directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. The movie revolves around five friends who all have no future plans after high school. The five main characters are: Haru (Satoshi Ohno), Chu (Sho Sakurai), Shun (Masaki Aiba), Takuma (Kazunari Ninomiya), and Bon (Jun Matsumoto). Released on June 25, 2003, the DVD debuted at number four on the "Oricon" weekly comprehensive DVD chart.
"Beautiful World" includes five of the group's previously released singles: "To be free", "Love Rainbow", "Dear Snow", "Hatenai Sora" and "Lotus". "To be free" was used as the song for Mistuya Cider commercial with member Sho Sakurai as the endorser."Love Rainbow" was the theme song for the drama starring member Jun Matsumoto. "Dear Snow" and "Hatenai Sora" were used as theme songs for the movie "" and drama respectively, starring member Kazunari Ninomiya. "Lotus" was used as theme song for starring member Masaki Aiba.
Janitors Satoru Mashiko (Satoshi Ohno) and Haruo Iio (Kazuki Kosakai) are driving towards Energy Bio Corporation for work when motorcycle courier Nozomu Gotō (Jun Matsumoto) passes by them. Gotō goes to deliver a package to Yuriko Niimi (Meisa Kuroki), the daughter of the president of Energy Bio Corporation. Meanwhile, Fuyuko Todoroki (Nene Otsuka) orders a cappuccino from coffee shop employee Akira Tanada (Masaki Aiba). They talk before she has to leave to meet with insurance salesman Yukio Tomizawa (Sho Sakurai) downstairs. As Mashiko and Iio start cleaning, Tanada apologizes for giving security center employee Shūji Yamagiwa (Kazunari Ninomiya) and new security manager Shinichirō Okanaka (Naohito Fujiki) the wrong order.
"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.
In 1997, Matsumoto was cast in his first stage play, which was based on the American coming of age film "Stand by Me" with future bandmates Masaki Aiba and Kazunari Ninomiya. He did not return to do any major stage productions for nearly seven years after "Stand by Me", instead focusing on dramas and movies. However, in 2004, Matsumoto appeared in the stage play "West Side Story" with bandmates Satoshi Ohno and Sho Sakurai. In 2005 and 2006, Matsumoto was given his first lead stage play roles in and respectively.
"Your Eyes" is the 39th single by the Japanese boy band Arashi. It was released on June 6, 2012 by their record label J Storm. "Your Eyes" is the theme song for the drama "Mikeneko Holmes no Suiri" starring Arashi member Masaki Aiba. The single comes in two editions. The Regular Edition comes with the B-sides "voice" and "Hanabi (花火)" and the instrumental versions for both songs. The Limited Edition comes with a promotional video, the B-side "Kimi ga Iru Kara (君がいるから)", and a 16-page booklet. The song debuted at No. 1 on the Oricon weekly charts, selling 477,820 copies in its first week.
On October 6, 2009, it was announced that Arashi would be singing the opening theme song to the drama "My Girl", which stars Masaki Aiba. Release in two formats: a regular and limited edition. Included in the regular edition was the title track and two B-sides, and . Instrumentals for all three tracks were also included. The limited edition included "My Girl" and "Tokei Jikake no Umbrella" and came packaged with a DVD, which contains the promotional video for "My Girl" and the making-of the promotional video. The b-side "Tokei Jikake no Umbrella" is being used as the theme song for the mini drama , which stars various talents from Johnny & Associates.
Ninomiya began his acting career in a 1997 stage play based on the American coming of age film "Stand by Me" with future bandmates Masaki Aiba and Jun Matsumoto. He did not return to do any major stage productions for nearly seven years after "Stand by Me", instead focusing on dramas. However, in 2004, Ninomiya appeared in his first lead role in the stage play directed by Yukio Ninagawa. From April 3, 2005 to May 4, 2005, he took up "Rebel Without a Cause", playing the James Dean character Jim Stark.
In November 2010, through the 24th issue of "Super Jump", it was announced that a live-action Japanese television drama of "Bartender" would be produced, starring Masaki Aiba, who had been training with a professional bartender since September of that year, and Shihori Kanjiya. Directed by Osamu Katayama and written by Natsuko Takahashi, the new series aired on TV Asahi's "Friday Night Drama" time slot from February 4, 2011 to April 1, 2011. The series theme song, "Lotus", was performed by Arashi, a boy band of which Aiba is a member. On August 5, 2011, during an event at the Tokyo Tower, TC Entertainment released all episodes of the "Bartender" drama in DVD and Blu-Ray box sets. Several tie-in products were also released, including straps, cups, pens, and candles.