Synonyms for motohiro_hata or Related words with motohiro_hata

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Examples of "motohiro_hata"
Ending theme: "Himawari no Yakusoku" (ひまわりの約束, lit. "Promise from Sunflower") by Motohiro Hata
The discography of singer-songwriter Motohiro Hata, a Japanese singer-songwriter, consists of four studio albums, four extended plays, two live albums, two compilation albums, seven video albums, and twenty-three singles.
In 2012 he sang the song "Altair" under the name "Motohiro Hata meets Sakamichi no Apollon" for the ending of the anime "Kids on the Slope", which premiered on 12 April 2012.
An anime TV series adaptation of the manga started airing on the noitaminA timeslot of Fuji TV on 12 April 2012. The opening theme is by YUKI while the ending theme is by Motohiro Hata. The anime series was broadcast on Viz Media's Neon Alley online channel on January 17, 2014. The anime also aired and continues to be available on Crunchyroll in English-speaking countries around the world.
Three pieces of theme music are used for the episodes; one opening theme and two ending themes. The opening theme, "Kimi, Meguru, Boku” is performed by Motohiro Hata. The first ending theme, “Kataomoi Fighter” is sung by GO!GO!7188, while the second ending theme, “Jikan yo Tomare” is performed by AZU featuring Seamo starting in episode 13. The song was also featured briefly during episode 10.
Itazura na Kiss was adapted into a 25 episode anime by TMS Entertainment and shown on TBS from April 4, 2008 to September 25, 2008. The opening theme was "Kimi, Meguru, Boku" by Motohiro Hata, and the primary ending themes were "Kataomoi Fighter" by GO!GO!7188 and "Jikan yo Tomare (Stop Time)" by Azu featuring Seamo. Discotek Media licensed the anime and put it out on DVD in late 2014.
The season contains five musical themes: two openings and three endings. The first opening theme, by Motohiro Hata is used from episodes 176 to 179. The second opening theme song, "Diver" by Nico Touches the Walls is used from episodes 180 to 196. The first ending theme, by Supercell is used from episodes 176 to 179. The second ending theme,"U Can Do It!" by DOMINO is used from episodes 180 to 192. The third ending theme, by Aqua Timez is used from episodes 193 to 196.
The season contains five musical themes: "Sign" by Flow is used as the opening theme until episode 153, where it was replaced by by Motohiro Hata. "For You" by Azu is used as the ending theme until episode 153, when it was replaced by by OreSkaBand until episode 166, where it was replaced by by Supercell. The fourth feature film, "" was released on July 31, 2010. The broadcast versions of episodes 172 to 175 include scenes from the film in the opening themes, while still retaining the music "Tōmei Datta Sekai".
The theme song, "Rain", was written and composed by Senri Oe, and was originally a popular Japanese song in 1988. Shinkai enjoyed listening to Oe's song regularly while attending university, and since one of the film's themes was rain, it was the first song that came to mind while he worked on the production. He particularly liked the song because its lyrics reflected daily life, much like the film. The song was remade for the film in 2013, and sung by Motohiro Hata. Shinkai met Hata on several occasions and noted a similarity between Hata's passion as an artisan and that of the character Takao. Shinkai also felt that Hata's voice was perfect because to him it carried an "underlying loneliness" and "sounded a little like an anxious young man".