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It is written by Nozawa Hisashi, starring Miho Nakayama and Takuya Kimura, and features music by Mariya Takeuchi (Theme song - Camouflage) and U2 (With or Without You).
He also wrote “Sayonara Itsuka (, Saying Good-bye, Oneday)” (based on the novel by Hitonari Tsuji) that stars Miho Nakayama from Shunji Iwai’s “Love Letter (1995 film)”.
The "Twilight Express" formed the main backdrop for the TBS TV drama , starring Kōichi Satō and Miho Nakayama, and broadcast on 20 March 2012.
Horikawa has written and composed songs for popular artists including Miki Imai, Jun'ichi Inagaki, Yukiko Okada, Kyōko Koizumi, Yuki Saito, Noriko Sakai, Miho Nakayama, Yū Hayami, Chiemi Hori, Saori Yagi, and Marina Watanabe.
Fayray has also forayed into acting, appearing in two TV dramas in 2000: "Nisennen no Koi" (starring Miho Nakayama and Takeshi Kaneshiro) and "Densetsu no Kyōshi" (starring SMAP leader Masahiro Nakai).
Love Letter is a 1995 Japanese film directed by Shunji Iwai and starring Miho Nakayama. The film was shot almost entirely on the island of Hokkaidō, mainly in the city of Otaru.
His former wife is Japanese actress Kaho Minami, but the two have divorced. His second wife was Japanese actress Miho Nakayama. In 2003, he and his wife moved to Paris, France. They were divorced in 2014.
"Always" is Mika Nakashima's 31st single, released on January 20, 2010. The title song is the theme to the film "Sayonara Itsuka" starring Miho Nakayama. The single charted at No. 3 on the Oricon singles chart; aside from selling 42,165 copies, the title song has surpassed sales of over 1 million downloads.
The next single, "Yesterday & Today" was chosen as the theme song for the drama series "Nisennen no Koi", which starred popular actors Miho Nakayama and Kaneshiro Takeshi and was given the primetime slot. The c/w-track, "Raven", was used as the ending song to the horror movie "Uzumaki", which gathered more mainstream audiences for the band.
Shinobu Nakayama ("Nakayama Shinobu", 中山忍, born January 18, 1973) is an actress and a former J-pop singer. She was born in Tokyo, Japan, and released her first single on 2 November 1988. Her final release as a J-pop artist was on 1 March 1991. She was a member of the short-lived idol groups Nanatsuboshi and Rakutenshi. She is the younger sister of actress Miho Nakayama.
He was most prolific in late 70's and 80's, offering lyrics to many idol singers such Seiko Matsuda (including 17 of her 24 consecutive #1 singles), Kyōko Koizumi, Miho Nakayama, Masahiko Kondo and Hiroko Yakushimaru as well as musical artists such as Yellow Magic Orchestra. The songs "Garasu no Shounen", "Hakka Candy" and "Boku no Senaka ni wa Hane ga Aru" by KinKi Kids are some of his notable recent work.
Iwai cast pop singer Miho Nakayama in the dual roles of Hiroko Watanabe and Itsuki Fujii. The film also launched the movie career of teenager Miki Sakai who won 'Newcomer of the Year' Award in the Japanese Academy Awards for her portrayal of Itsuki Fujii as a young girl. The main male roles were played by Etsushi Toyokawa as Akiba Shigeru and Takashi Kashiwabara as the male Itsuki Fujii.
Other female idol singers achieved significant popularity in the 1980s, such as Akina Nakamori, Yukiko Okada, Kyōko Koizumi, Yoko Minamino, Momoko Kikuchi, Yōko Oginome, Miho Nakayama, Minako Honda, and Chisato Moritaka. Okada received the Best New Artist award from the Japan Record Awards in 1984. Nakamori won the Grand Prix award for two consecutive years (1985 and 1986), also at the Japan Record Awards; she made a suicide attempt in 1989.
In 1995 he went on to start his career in feature films, starting with the box-office hit "Love Letter", in which he cast pop singer Miho Nakayama in dual roles. "Love Letter" also launched the movie career of Miki Sakai who won a Japanese Academy Award as 'Newcomer of the Year' for her portrayal of Itsuki Fujii as a young girl. Iwai collaborated with cinematographer Noboru Shinoda to produce a film praised for its evocative winter cinematography. "Love Letter" made an impact in other east Asian countries too, notably South Korea where the film's success helped break down the post-World War II barriers to Japanese films being shown there.
She made her singing debut on 1985-06-23 with her song "Hazukashi Sugite". Along with Shizuka Kudo, Miho Nakayama, and Yui Asaka, Minamino was considered one of the of the time until she temporarily suspended her career in 1992. In 1988 she played two roles, including the starring role, in the Taiga drama "Takeda Shingen". That same year, she reached the number one spot for sales of publicity photo shots sold, setting a new record. Minamino was also honored by the country of Grenada when they issued postage stamps featuring two different head shots.
It was announced on her official website that "I Love You", the first single from her 2010 album "Ms Vocalist", reached No. 1 on the international cable radio charts for the week of November 3. Debbie covered J-Pop tunes for the "Ms Vocalist" album that were originally sung by Japanese artists like Chage and Aska (Say Yes), Yutaka Ozaki (I love you), Sekaiju no Dareyori Kitto (by Miho Nakayama & WANDS) among others, plus Japanese/English version of her number-one hit "Lost in Your Eyes" and a duet with Eric Martin. The first official music video from the new album is "I Love You" which was released on Gibson Official YouTube site on October 19, 2010.
"Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School" was the first bishōjo game featuring a Japanese idol. Miho Nakayama, a popular actor and singer in Japan during the 1980s, is featured on the game's cover and makes a cameo appearance in the game itself. It was created through a collaboration between Nintendo and Square Co., the later of which had just finished "Final Fantasy". The game was developed by Hironobu Sakaguchi (creator of "Final Fantasy"), and Yoshio Sakamoto (producer of Metroid). Sakamoto, then in his fifth year at Nintendo, was excited at the prospect of making an adventure game, but came up with an idea of using a real life celebrity instead of creating a new character, to make the game feel like an "event" or a "kind of festival". The game was developed in a two-week period.
In addition to her work as a performer, she has also written songs and lyrics for other singers, including Yukiko Okada, Hiroko Yakushimaru, Hiromi Iwasaki, Masahiko Kondo, Masayuki Suzuki and Tackey & Tsubasa. Several of these songs scored top-ten on the Oricon, such as "Kenka o Yamete" and "Invitation" performed by Naoko Kawai, "Iro (White Blend)" performed by Miho Nakayama and "Maji de Koi Suru 5 Byoumae" by Ryōko Hirosue. Takeuchi has often re-recorded those songs for her own album. "Eki", a song originally written for the album by Akina Nakamori, became known by the composer's recorded version. "Genki o Dashite", a song first recorded by Hiroko Yakushimaru, is recognized as one of Takeuchi's notable compositions, despite not being released as a single. That song was covered by Hitomi Shimatani in 2003, and became a moderate hit.
Best known for her role of Mayumi Nagamine in "" (1995) and "" (1999), Shinobu Nakayama like her older sister, Miho Nakayama, started out her career as a musician. Unfortunately, Nakayama could never quite attain the same popularity of her older sister as a solo artist, but became successful when she joined a music group called Rakutenshi. In the early 1990s Shinobu Nakayama started a career in acting, again following in the footsteps of her older sister. Her career finally started going after she landed a role in the Jet Li movie "Fist of Legend", a remake of the Bruce Lee film "Chinese Connection". Shortly afterwards she got the part of Mayumi Nagamine in "Gamera: Guardian of the Universe" (1995), which led to playing that same character four years later in "Gamera 3: The Revenge of Iris" (1999).
The game's protagonist enters Tokimeki High School and runs into a girl wearing glasses who looks identical to Miho Nakayama. Though the game is a standard text command-style adventure game similar to the Famicom Tantei Club series, in important scenes, the player is required to select a facial expression in addition to a verbal response. The four expressions (straight face, laughter, sadness, anger) must match the content of the response being given, and any incorrect responses immediately lead to the "game over" screen. This increased the game's difficulty considerably in comparison to other text adventure games where there were fewer incorrect choices. Some scenes specifically require that the dialogue not match with the expression. For instance, choosing a dialogue expressing joy with a straight face may be the correct choice in a certain situation because it represents a deeper level of emotion and thought on the part of the protagonist. This system allowed the game to simulate a level of complexity resembling actual love relationships, leading to its classification as a dating simulation rather than an adventure game. The game has two different endings, depending on the choices made during the game, and the prizes receivable via the Disk Fax network differed for each ending.