Synonyms for mikuni_shimokawa or Related words with mikuni_shimokawa

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Examples of "mikuni_shimokawa"
392: Mikuni Shimokawa Best Selection is a studio album by Mikuni Shimokawa, released on 19 September 2002.
Tsubasa is the sixth compilation album by Japanese singer Mikuni Shimokawa, released on August 5, 2009.
Performed by Mikuni Shimokawa, collected on the single album, tomorrow / 枯れない花 published by Pony Canyon.
Anime theme singer Mikuni Shimokawa and gravure idol Asami Kumakiri are two well-known former Checkicco members.
Performed by Mikuni Shimokawa, collected on the single album,それが、愛でしょう/君に吹く風 published by Pony Canyon.
Heavenly is the 5th studio album by Mikuni Shimokawa. This album contains 14 tracks of which ten were songs created by herself.
Performed by Mikuni Shimokawa, collected on the single album, 南風 / もう一度君に会いたい published by Pony Canyon.
Remember is the third compilation album by Japanese singer Mikuni Shimokawa. It was released by Pony Canyon on 15 March 2006, which also marks her seven-year career as a solo singer.
The opening theme is "Kohaku" and ending theme is by Mikuni Shimokawa. When the series was later re-broadcast, opening and ending themes were replaced with and by Hiromi Sato.
In 2006, it was covered by Mikuni Shimokawa in her album "Remember". In 2008 Aiuchi Rina and U-ka Saegusa in dB covered this song in their single "Nanatsu no Umi o Wataru Kaze no Yō ni".
The opening theme song to "Full Metal Panic!" was "tomorrow", while its ending theme song was . The opening theme song to "Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu" was and the ending theme was . The opening theme for "Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid" was and the ending theme was . All songs were performed by Mikuni Shimokawa.
Two pieces of theme music were used for the anime: one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "All the way" by Mikuni Shimokawa and the ending theme is "the Beautiful World" by Ai Maeda; both singles were released on June 18, 2003.
Music for the series was composed by Toshihiko Sahashi, while opening and closing songs were performed by Mikuni Shimokawa. Complete soundtrack, which features full versions of both songs along with instrumental themes, was released by Pony Canyon Records on a single CD in 2003.
An Anime adaptation was aired from July 6, 2007 to September 28, 2007 on Kids Station and TV Aichi in Japan. It was directed by Kazumi Nonaka and the anime only adapts the first 3 volumes of the Manga, only lasting for 13 episodes. The opening song is titled by Marimomi, the ending theme is titled by Mikuni Shimokawa.
Reprise: Shimokawa Mikuni Anison Best is the solo career and J-Pop anison (anime song) working period of Mikuni Shimokawa towards the end of 2007. The work of the fourth compilation album was officially released by Pony Canyon on 19 December 2007.
A "Kino's Journey" drama CD was available through mail order via volume fifteen of MediaWorks' now-defunct light novel magazine "Dengeki hp" released on December 18, 2001. The drama tracks on the CD were originally broadcast on ASCII Media Works' radio program "Dengeki Taishō" in 2001. Two pieces of theme music were used for the anime: one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "All the way" by Mikuni Shimokawa and the ending theme is "the Beautiful World" by Ai Maeda; both singles were released on June 18, 2003. The original soundtrack for the first visual novel was released on July 24, 2003. The ending theme for the first animated film was by Ai Maeda, and was released on Maeda's "Night Fly" album on March 16, 2005. The second animated film's ending theme is "Bird" by Mikuni Shimokawa, and the single was released on March 14, 2007.
In 2010, "1/3 no Junjō na Kanjō" was covered by Mikuni Shimokawa for her album "Replay! Shimokawa Mikuni Seishun Anison Cover III". Heavy metal musician Eizo Sakamoto covered it for his "Super Anime Song Legend of the 1990's" album in October. That same month it was covered by both Jani Lane and Acid Black Cherry for the tribute album "Siam Shade Tribute", the former being an English-language version.
On her 2006 compilation album "Remember", pop singer and songwriter Mikuni Shimokawa released a cover version, reaching #66 on the Oricon charts and remaining charted for two weeks. Eriko Nakamura, as her character Haruka Amami from "The Idolmaster" game, sang a cover version on the album "The Idolmaster Master Artist 01: Amami Haruka". The album reached #21 on the Oricon charts and remained on the list for 3 weeks.
The background music for all three OVAs was composed by Toshihiko Sahashi. The first OVA series features the opening theme "Pale Ale" and the closing theme "Carry On", both by Kenichi Kurosawa. "Hunter × Hunter: Greed Island" features the opening theme "Pray" by Wish* and the closing theme "Popcorn" by Mikuni Shimokawa. "Hunter × Hunter: G.I. Final" features the opening theme "Believe in Tomorrow" and the closing theme , both by Sunflower's Garden.
The season makes use of eight pieces of theme music: four opening themes and four ending themes. The opening themes are "Snow Fairy", performed by Funkist for episodes 1 to 11, by Idoling!!! for episodes 12 to 24, "Ft." performed by Funkist for episodes 25 to 35, and "R.P.G. (Rockin' Playing Game)" performed by Sug for the remainder of the season. The ending themes respectively used with the opening themes are performed by Watarirouka Hashiritai, by Onelifecrew, performed by Shiho Nanba, and by Mikuni Shimokawa.