Synonyms for masami_nagasawa or Related words with masami_nagasawa

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Examples of "masami_nagasawa"
His daughter is Masami Nagasawa, Japanese actress.
"Nada Sōsō" was nominated for Best Actor (Satoshi Tsumabuki) and Best Actress (Masami Nagasawa) for the 2007 Japanese Academy Awards. However, for the 2007 Bunshun Kiichigo Awards, "Nada Sōsō" was ranked 4th worst film and Masami Nagasawa as worst actress.
Masami Nagasawa, who played opposite Nishikido as Michiru, stated that "his type of acting is more difficult than mine. He also worries about me being hit accidentally."
The film opened in Japan on 8 May 2004, which brought Masami Nagasawa recognition as an actress. It was a financial success, and its theme song, "Hitomi o Tojite" (With My Eyes Closed) by Ken Hirai, became a successful single.
Masami Nagasawa, Juri Ueno and Eita appeared on Mentore G talk show on June 1, 2008. They talked about their roles and the program features their debut work, favourite hobbies and favourite food.
A live action film adaptation directed by Shinsuke Sato and starring Yo Oizumi, Kasumi Arimura and Masami Nagasawa, premiered at the Sitges Film Festival on October 13, 2015, was released commercially on April 23, 2016.
A live-action movie of "Touch" was released in Japan on 10 September 2005; Keita Saito starred as Kazuya Uesugi, Masami Nagasawa as Minami Asakura, and Syota Saito as Tatsuya Uesugi.
A live-action film of "Moteki" was released on March 23, 2012, with Mirai Moriyama reprising his role as Yukiyo Fujimoto, Masami Nagasawa as Miyuki Matsuo, Kumiko Aso as Rumiko Masumoto, Riisa Naka as Ai, and Yōko Maki as Motoko Katsuragi.
Last Friends came second in the "Best Drama" at the 12th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix. Juri Ueno won "Best Supporting Actress" while Ryo Nishikido won "Best Supporting Actor." Masami Nagasawa tied in fourth place for "Best Actress" while Eita also came fourth in the "Best Supporting Actor" category.
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, Kyoko Fukada and Satomi Ishihara have worn his designs.
In 2008, Matsumoto took on his first jidaigeki role in a re-make of Akira Kurosawa's "The Hidden Fortress", "", with award-winning actors Hiroshi Abe, Kippei Shiina and Masami Nagasawa. Soon after, TBS decided to end the "Hana Yori Dango" series through a film. "Hana Yori Dango Final", which hit the big screen on June 28, 2008 in Japan, became a box office hit.
Wood Job! is a 2014 Japanese comedy film written and directed by Shinobu Yaguchi and based on the novel by Shion Miura. The film stars Shota Sometani, Masami Nagasawa, and Hideaki Ito. The main theme song is "Happiest Fool", sung by Maia Hirasawa. The film was released on 10 May 2014, and made its North American premiere at LA Eigafest 2014.
"Crying Out Love, In the Center of the World" was opened nationally in Japan on 8 May 2004, which brought Masami Nagasawa recognition as an actress. It was a huge success, and its theme song, "Hitomi o Tojite" ("With My Eyes Closed") by Ken Hirai, had record sales as well.
"Kiyoku Yawaku" was adapted into a theatrical film released on December 26, 2013. The film was produced by C&I Entertainment, distributed by Toho and starred Masami Nagasawa and Masaki Okada. "Kagerou" by Kazuyoshi Saito served as the theme song for the movie.
The performances by the actors received positive responses from critics. The four actresses who portrayed the sisters were all awarded or nominated for 39th Japan Academy Award. (Haruka Ayase was nominated for Best Leading Actress, Masami Nagasawa and Kaho were nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Suzu Hirose won Rookie of the Year.)
She worked with a number of female celebrities such as Aya Ueto, Masami Nagasawa and Meisa Kuroki in the series "Bijo Saishu"- female beauty collection; a series of books celebrating the beauty of the female form. In addition to her collaborations with celebrities, she also worked with brands including Swarovski, Cartier, UNIQLO, Lexus and Gap Inc. Recently she has been involved in projects with Lux and Starbucks.
In 2005, Aragaki took up a role in the TBS drama, Dragon Zakura, starring alongside Japanese idols like Tomohisa Yamashita and Masami Nagasawa. This marked a breakthrough in her acting career. Since then, she has been cast in many other dramas, like My Boss, My Hero and Gal Circle. She also starred in the 2007 tragic love story movie hit Koizora, for which she won her first award, the Nikkan Sports Film Award for Best Newcomer. Currently, she has 5 newcomer awards.
Juri Ueno and Masami Nagasawa were originally approached for the role of Ruka and Michiru. Asami Mizukawa was cast for the other woman character Taeko Asano planned to have in the drama. Takeru, however was a last minute addition because the producers wanted a male presence in the drama. Initially, the drama was to be only about domestic violence (DV) and gender identity disorder, portrayed by Nagasawa and Ueno respectively. A character who used DV was then created.
"Moteki" was nominated for the 3rd Manga Taishō. The film adaptation earned at the Japanese box office. Mirai Moriyama won the Mainichi Film Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film. It was nominated for four awards at the 35th Japan Academy Awards; Masami Nagasawa for Best Actress, Kumiko Asou for Best Supporting Actress, Taiseki Iwasaki for Music, and Yūsuke Ishida for Editing.
In the 57th Television Drama Academy Awards, Last Friends won as Best Drama. Masami Nagasawa won the 3rd Best Actress award. Juri Ueno won as Best Supporting Actress, while Ryo Nishikido won the Best Supporting Actor award. Both Ueno and Nishikido won with straight sets from the fans, journalists and critics. Eita was the runner up in the Best Supporting Actor category. Last Friends was also awarded the Best Script, Best Director and the Best Theme Song for Hikaru Utada's "Prisoner of Love".