Synonyms for minori_chihara or Related words with minori_chihara

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Examples of "minori_chihara"
The opening theme is by Minori Chihara and ending theme is "Daisy" by Stereo Dive Foundation. performed by Mirai Kuriyama (Risa Taneda), Mitsuki Nase (Minori Chihara) and Ai Shindō (Yuri Yamaoka) is used as the Insert Song of episode six. The ending theme of the ONA is by Yuri Yamaoka, while performed by Ai Shindō (Yuri Yamaoka), Mirai Kuriyama (Risa Taneda), Mitsuki Nase (Minori Chihara) and Sakura Inami (Moe Toyata) is used as the insert song for all ONA episodes.
Heroine is the first solo album by Japanese singer Minori Chihara.
A 12-episode anime television series adaptation, directed by Keiichiro Kawaguchi and produced by studio Silver Link, aired in Japan between October 5 and December 21, 2012, and was later simulcasted by Funimation. The opening theme for the anime is "Self Producer" by Minori Chihara, whilst the ending theme is , by Liliana Sisters consisting of Ibuki Kido, Minori Chihara, Asami Shimoda and Eri Kitamura.
The opening theme is "Install x Dream" by Kana Asumi, Kaori Mizuhashi, Megumi Nakajima and Minori Chihara, whilst the ending theme is by Azusa.
D-Formation is the fifth full-length studio album by J-pop singer Minori Chihara. It was released in February 29, 2012.
Sing All Love is the fourth full-length studio album by J-pop singer Minori Chihara. It was released in February 17, 2010.
Neo Fantasia is the sixth full-length studio album by J-pop singer Minori Chihara. It was released in December 11, 2013.
In the Japanese anime as well as in the radio dramas, the role of Yuki is played by Minori Chihara. Her English counterpart is portrayed by Michelle Ruff. Minori Chihara would reprise her role as Yuki in an episode of "Lucky Star", as did Ruff. Moreover, Minori Chihara would go on to voice Minami Iwasaki, who has a similar personality to Yuki, in "Lucky Star"; Ruff also followed in the same path, portraying the English voice for Minami and Tsukasa. Minori Chihara and Michelle Ruff also sing the opening theme to "Ga-Rei Zero", "Paradise Lost", which Yuki sings in an episode of the "Haruhi" spin-off series, "The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya".
Tomorrow's Chance is the sixth CD single by Minori Chihara. The single was released under GloryHeaven, a joint label division between Lantis and Sony Music Distribution (Japan) Inc. and placed 12th on the Oricon charts in the month it debuted. The limited first edition pressing of the single included a numbered voucher for purchasing reserved seats to her 「Minori Chihara Live 2009 "Summer Camp"」 event, held on August 1 and 2, 2009.
Paradise Lost is the fifth CD single by Minori Chihara. The single was used as the opening theme song to the anime "Ga-rei -Zero-" in which she voices the main character Kagura Tsuchimiya. Subsequently, in the 6th episode of "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya-chan", the character Yuki Nagato (reprised by Minori Chihara herself) sang a muted version of "Paradise Lost" at the end of the episode. The single placed 15th on the Oricon charts in the month it debuted.
The opening theme, "Install x Dream", is sung by the actresses that voice the four main characters; Kana Asumi (Ann), Kaori Mizuhashi (Aines), Megumi Nakajima (Lene) and Minori Chihara (Hina). The ending theme is by Azusa.
Precious One is the seventh CD single by Minori Chihara. The single was released under GloryHeaven, a joint label division between Lantis and Sony Music Distribution (Japan) Inc. and placed 5th on the Oricon charts in the month it debuted.
Freedom Dreamer is the ninth CD single by Minori Chihara. The single was released under GloryHeaven, a joint label division between Lantis and Sony Music Distribution (Japan) Inc. and placed ninth on the Oricon charts in the month it debuted.
"Defection" is the 11th CD single by Minori Chihara. It was released simultaneously with her 12th single, "Key for Life." The single ranked 9th on the Oricon charts in the week it debuted.
Key for Life (stylized as KEY FOR LIFE) is the 12th CD single by Minori Chihara. It was released simultaneously with her 11th single, Defection. The single ranked 10th on the Oricon charts in the week it debuted.
Haruhi, Yuki, and Mikuru (voiced by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara, and Yūko Gotō), along with Japanese drama actor Toma Ikuta, made their first Japanese ad appearance in promoting Lotte Acuo Gum in March 2010.
There are two pieces of theme music used for the show. The opening theme song is while the ending theme is , both performed by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara, Yuko Goto, Tomokazu Sugita and Daisuke Ono. A single of the two songs was released on April 20, 2009.
An anime adaptation by Passione began airing on TBS on the broadcast night of July 3, 2014. The opening theme is titled and is sung by Minori Chihara. The ending theme is titled OVERDRIVER and is sung by ZAQ. The anime has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks.
is the ending theme to the Japanese anime series "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya". The song is performed in Japanese by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara and Yuko Goto, the respective voices of the characters Haruhi Suzumiya, Yuki Nagato and Mikuru Asahina from the series.
is the second single by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara and Yuko Goto, the first being "Hare Hare Yukai". The songs "Saikyō Pare Parade" and "Unmeiteki Jiken no Kōfuku" were the opening and ending themes respectively for the Haruhi Suzumiya radio dramas. The single was released on November 22, 2006 by Lantis. A cover version and music video was produced by Momoiro Clover in 2009.