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Examples of "mika_nakashima"
"Nana 2" once again featured the two artists Mika Nakashima and Yuna Ito, releasing songs under the names Nana starring Mika Nakashima and Reira starring Yuna Ito, respectively.
Nana starring Mika Nakashima — "Glamorous Sky" (from "Nana")
Shimizu married Mika Nakashima who is a Japanese singer on 25 December 2014.
Singer Mika Nakashima will sing the theme song for the Japanese version of the film.
Mao is a fan of Kiyoharu, Kuroyume, Sads, Mika Nakashima, Momoe Yamaguchi, BONNIE PINK, aiko, and Shiina Ringo.
"Hitoiro" (一色; One Color) is Mika Nakashima's 20th single overall and her second under the name "Nana starring Mika Nakashima". This single was released on the 29 November 2006. The single was the main themes of "Nana 2" and her last single under the name Nana starring Mika Nakashima. The B-side, "Eyes for the Moon" also featured in the movie.
"Find the Way" is the 9th single by Mika Nakashima. It peaked on the Oricon weekly charts at #4 and sold roughly 124,489 copies.
"Love Addict" is the 7th single by Mika Nakashima. It peaked on the Oricon weekly charts at #5 and sold roughly 68,943 copies.
Thelma Aoyama, Mika Nakashima, Kazumasa Oda, Ryuichi Kawamura, Hikaru Utada, Ayaka, Kobukuro, Tsuyoshi Domoto and many other Japanese artists have covered Ozaki's song, "I Love You."
"Find The Way" is the 9th single released by Mika Nakashima. The song was used as the last ending theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, from phase 40 to 50.
On December 18, NANA2 made its international debut in New York City, United States. New York - Tokyo brought the main actresses Mika Nakashima and Yui Ichikawa to the limited seated IFC Cinema. The movie was well received by fans.
Resistance is the first EP or mini-album (second overall release) by Mika Nakashima, though the title track later appears on her "Love" album. This mini-album reached #1 on the Oricon charts and charted for six weeks.
Real is a studio album by the Japanese singer Mika Nakashima. The album was first released in Japan on January 30, 2013 (for the Valentine's Day season), in Regular and Limited editions.
The DVD of Nakashima's "Trust Our Voice Tour 2009", titled "Mika Nakashima Concert Tour 2009 Trust Our Voice", was released in Japan as her first 2-DVD concert release on December 2, 2009.
In her album "The End", released in conjunction with the film "Nana 2", singer and actress Mika Nakashima performs a cover of Sid Vicious' version of the song with what sounds like an audience singing background vocals.
The song was written and produced by Daishi Dance, who produced Big Bang's hit track “Haru Haru”, and has experience producing for some of Japan’s biggest names, including Ayumi Hamasaki, SMAP, and Mika Nakashima.
"Seven" is the 11th single by Mika Nakashima. It was used as the Kanebo Kate CM song. It reached #3 on the Oricon charts and charted for seven weeks, selling around 53,000 units.
Truth was a sweeping ballad, making it her first ballad since Precious which was released on May 3, 2006. This single will be the ending theme to the movie Nana II, a movie which stars Mika Nakashima and Yuna Ito.
The discography of Mika Nakashima includes eight studio albums, two extended plays, two compilation albums, 38 singles and 16 video albums. These have all been released through Sony Music Entertainment Japan.
"Aishiteru" (愛してる; "I Love You") is the 6th single by Mika Nakashima. Billed as a 'St. Valentine EP for the Lovers,' this single peaked on the Oricon weekly charts at #4 and sold roughly 104,680 copies.