Synonyms for mikako_tabe or Related words with mikako_tabe

maki_horikita              nana_eikura              haruma_miura              osamu_mukai              mirei_kiritani              etsushi_toyokawa              juri_ueno              hayato_ichihara              haruka_ayase              nanako_matsushima              toma_ikuta              rena_tanaka              shun_oguri              shinichi_tsutsumi              takayuki_yamada              yukie_nakama              aoi_miyazaki              satomi_ishihara              mao_inoue              atsushi_itō              keiko_kitagawa              mirai_shida              eri_fukatsu              miho_kanno              hiroshi_abe              hideaki_ito              tori_matsuzaka              ryuhei_matsuda              hidetoshi_nishijima              junichi_okada              hiroshi_tamaki              yūko_takeuchi              kyoka_suzuki              takako_tokiwa              mirai_moriyama              kōichi_satō              masami_nagasawa              shota_matsuda              tomokazu_miura              yui_aragaki              satoshi_tsumabuki              ayako_wakao              kyoko_fukada              hiroki_narimiya              yuriko_ishida              kengo_kora              tatsuya_fujiwara              miki_nakatani              masahiro_higashide              junpei_mizobata             



Examples of "mikako_tabe"
Hinokio is a 2005 Japanese science fiction film directed by Takahiko Akiyama and starring Masatoshi Nakamura, Kanata Hongo and Mikako Tabe. Its tagline is "Inter Galactic Love".
In the original Japanese version of the anime series, s/he was voiced by Chika Sakamoto. In the musicals, Yaten has been portrayed by Momoko Okuyama and Mikako Tabe.
The series has been adapted into a television series starring Mikako Tabe as Ichiko that aired in 2011, and which was followed by several TV specials, one of which was set in Paris.
The Japanese remake "Ayashii Kanojo" ("Suspicious Girl") was co-financed by CJ E&M, Shochiku Films and Nippon TV, and produced by C&I Entertainment. Directed by Nobuo Mizuta and starring Mikako Tabe and Mitsuko Baisho, it is scheduled for a theatrical release on April 1, 2016.
The February 2010 issue of Bessatsu Margaret (released in January 2010), announced that a live-action film adaptation of the series had been approved. Mikako Tabe and Haruma Miura starred in the film, released in Japanese theatres on September 25, 2010 and directed by Naoto Kumazawa. The Live-action movie was released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 11, 2011.
A ten episode drama, 大奥〜誕生[有功・家光篇] aired on TBS between October 12, 2012 - December 14, 2012, starring Masato Sakai and Mikako Tabe. The screenwriter was . It achieved an audience share of between 7.0% and 11.6% during its first airing. Masato Sakai won a prize in the Galaxy Award for his part in this drama and another work of his.
More details for this film adaptation were revealed on 2 April 2010. It was announced that director Naoto Kumazawa, whose previous works includes the 2006 film "Rainbow Song" and the 2008 film "Dive!!", will be directing the film. The cast members of this film includes Mikako Tabe, who had previously starred in television series such as "Yamada Tarō Monogatari" (2007) and films such as "Kenta to Jun to Kayo-chan no Kuni" (2009), plays Sawako Kuronuma in this film. In addition, actor Haruma Miura stars as Shota Kazehaya in "Kimi ni Todoke". He had previously starred as the male lead character Hiroki Sakurai in the 2007 film "Koizora".
"Kimi ni Todoke" was released in Japanese cinemas on 25 September 2010, where it was shown on 285 screens throughout the country. That day, the film had an opening ceremony held at the Toho cinema in Roppongi Hills. Director Naoto Kumazawa and the film cast members made an appearance there, where they were greeted by a hall full of fans. There, Haruma Miura read out a letter which was written by Karuho Shiina, the manga artist of "Kimi ni Todoke", and was addressed to him and his co-star actress Mikako Tabe. The message, which said that "Haruma's perseverance to date should absolutely be delivered to the whole of Japan", moved Haruma to tears.
Kuroki made her acting debut in February 2004 in the play "Atami Satsujin Jiken: Pyonyang Kara Kita Onna Keiji". Since her debut she has continued to perform in theater, notably in the "Azumi" stage productions in 2005 and 2006, the musical "Endless Shock" (2005), and most recently in "Onna Nobunaga" (2009) and "Hiryuden 2010: Last Princess" (2010). Kuroki made her television debut in 2004 in the Fuji TV drama, "Medaka". She has played supporting roles in several high-rated and critically acclaimed drama series, including "Haikei, Chichiue-sama" (2007), "Kaze no Garden" (2008), and "Shinzanmono" (2010). Kuroki won the Television Drama Academy Award and TV Life Drama Grand Prix for Best Supporting Actress in 2009 for her role in the Fuji TV drama, "Ninkyo Helper". In 2006, she starred in "", the final installment of the "Chakushin Ari" franchise, for which she earned the Golden Arrow Award for Newcomer of the Year. In 2007 she appeared in Fumihiko Sori's CGI anime film "Vexille". She also starred in "Subaru", the live-action, film adaptation of the Masahito Soda manga, produced by Bill Kong, and "Assault Girls", directed by Mamoru Oshii. In 2010, Kuroki played the role of Yuki Mori in the live-action film "Space Battleship Yamato", opposite Takuya Kimura. In 2011, Kuroki co-starred with Mikako Tabe in her first serial drama lead role in the TV Asahi drama "Jiu: Keishicho Tokushuhan Sosakei".