Synonyms for miki_nakatani or Related words with miki_nakatani

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Examples of "miki_nakatani"
Loft is a 2005 Japanese horror film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Miki Nakatani and Etsushi Toyokawa.
South Korean director Im Kwon-taek received the Lifetime Achievement Award, while Japanese actress Miki Nakatani received the Excellence in Asian Cinema Award.
She co-starred in Isshin Inudo's "Zero Focus" with Miki Nakatani and Ryoko Hirosue, and starred in Makoto Shinozaki's "Tokyo Island".
Tsukuroi Tatsu Hito is a 2015 Japanese drama film directed by , starring Miki Nakatani and based on a manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Aoi Ikebe. It was released in Japan by on January 31, 2015.
R-17 is a 2001 Japanese TV series broadcast on TV Asahi with Chiaki Kuriyama as Saori Maruyama, Miki Nakatani and Yuma Ishigaki. It is based on the manga Confidential Confessions by Reiko Momochi.
The manga was first adapted into a Jidaigeki television series "Jin", that aired on Japan's Tokyo Broadcasting System from October 11 to December 20, 2009. This was followed by a second season from April 17 to June 26, 2011. It starred Takao Osawa as Minakata Jin, Haruka Ayase, Miki Nakatani, Masaaki Uchino and Tetsuya Takeda.
American actor Michael Pitt stars in the lead role of the French silkworm smuggler Hervé Joncour, with British actress Keira Knightley as his wife, Hélène, a teacher and keen gardener. Japanese actors Miki Nakatani and Koji Yakusho are also featured. Exterior Japanese scenes were filmed in the city of Sakata. Knightley's scenes were filmed in Sermoneta, Italy, a small medieval village near Latina.
As Luna Sea resumed activities, until the bands disbandement, Sugizo collaborated in the studio with actress Miki Nakatani, and singers Miu Sakamoto and Vivian Hsu among others. On August 11, 1999 a compilation album titled "Grand Cross 1999", which was sponsored by Sugizo's record label "Cross", was released, featuring many musicians with whom he had worked with before and many for the first time.
Rikidōzan () is a 2004 South Korean-Japanese film written and directed by Song Hae-sung. The film is based on the life of Rikidōzan, a legendary ethnic Korean professional wrestler who became a national hero in Japan in the 1950s. It stars Sol Kyung-gu in the titular role, with Miki Nakatani, Tatsuya Fuji, and actual Japanese wrestlers Keiji Mutoh and Masakatsu Funaki in the cast.
"Densha Otoko" film was directed by Shosuke Murakami. It premiered in Japanese Cinemas by Toho on March 26, 2005. The movie was screened in North American cinemas by Viz Pictures on September 22, 2006. Viz Media released the DVD of "Train Man: Densha Otoko" on February 6, 2007. The ending theme is by Orange Range. The movie stars Takayuki Yamada as Train_Man/Densha Otoko and Miki Nakatani as Hermes.
The agency has a dominant share in the management of actresses. For example, it manages Yūko Takeuchi (best known for the movie "Be with You"), Miki Nakatani ("Densha Otoko"), and Kō Shibasaki ("Socrates in Love"). The agency is also famous for its all-female musical groups musical groups such as Momoiro Clover Z, Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku, and all-male musical groups such as Bullet Train, Dish and also has its own independent record label, namely SDR (Stardust Records).
During his stay in the village he becomes obsessed with Jubei's unnamed concubine (Sei Ashina). On his second journey there, she gives him a note in Japanese, and he has sex with another girl handed to him by her. Having traded more eggs than on his first trip, Hervé delays his departure by two days in the hope of seeing the girl again. At home Hervé's love remains secret, and though he seems happy with his wife, Hélène, they remain childless. Hervé seeks out a French-Japanese brothel owner in Lyon, Madame Blanche (Miki Nakatani), known for giving the small blue flowers that she wears to her clients, who translates the note for him as: 'Come back or I shall die'. Madame Blanche advises Hervé to 'forget about her, she won't die'.
"Aitakute Ima" was written by Misia, while the composition and production were handled by Jun Sasaki. It served as theme song for the first season of the TBS drama "Jin", starring Takao Osawa, Haruka Ayase and Miki Nakatani. "Aitakute Ima" is Misia's first song in five years to be used in a TV drama. The first pressing of the single came housed in a sleeve case with a see-through cutout. The single includes two B-sides: "Kuchibiru to Kuchibiru," also featured on "Just Ballade", which Misia describes as the mature version of the song "Kiss Shite Dakishimete," from her first album "Mother Father Brother Sister", and "Love Truly," which was written by essayist Mayumi Satō and first performed during The Tour of Misia Discotheque Asia.
In a strange world there is a secret hotel behind a shabby diner called the Venus Café, harbouring some unusual people where compelling secrets lie in each resident's heart—torturing secrets that have broken their emotional boundaries in the past. In this bittersweet, heart-wrenching story, there is a man by the name of Chonan (Tsuyoshi Kusanagi) who lives in the attic and works as a waiter or handyman at the hotel. Room 1 is shared by two residents: an alcoholic doctor named Doctor (Teruyuki Kagawa), and Wife (Miki Nakatani), who used to be a nurse but now works as a hostess living in the hope of Doctor's recuperation. In Room 3 lives a bubbly girl by the name of Soda (Jo Eun Ji), who came from a deserted town where no one's flowers flourished and who has a dream to open her own flower shop. Finally, Room 4 is occupied by a challenging young boy by the name of Boy (Lee Joon-gi), who carries around a gun longing to become a strong man and who wishes to become a hitman some day. Then there is the owner of the café, Venus, a mysterious transvestite with one bad leg.