Synonyms for moyou or Related words with moyou

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Examples of "moyou"
A song "Kokoro Moyou" was released as a lead single in September 1973 and became his first top-ten charting hit consequently, peaking at #7 on the Oricon. It was originally titled "Futsū Yūbin" and written for the folk duo Betsy & Chris, but the pair refused to record his song. A pop idol Saori Minami covered "Kokoro Moyou" on her album "Natsu no Kanjou" released in a following year. Ayaka Hirahara and Akina Nakamori also recorded the song in later years.
This single was released in 4 versions. Type-A, Type-B, Type-C and a regular edition. The first three editions are CD+DVD. Rina Ikoma's first solo song "Mizutama Moyou" is included in Type-B.
There was also a town built around Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, and until the Meiji period and ensuing land reclamation projects, the sea shore was quite close to the shrine. "Sumiyoshi Moyou", a famous picture map showing a Japanese "place of scenic beauty" (風光明媚な風景) depicts the landscape in the area of the shrine at the time.
Flip side of a single "Kokoro Moyou" was "Kaerenai Futari", a ballad Inoue and Kiyoshirō Imawano wrote together. Reportedly, then-unknown co-writer eked out a living by the income of the song, until he became popular as a frontman of the band RC Succession in the 1980s. Imawano joined the songwriting on "Machibouke" too, and occasionally collaborated with Inoue in later years.
“Tsugaru Kaikyo Fuyu-geshiki” is included in Ishikawa’s studio album “Hana Kuyou (Sanbyaku Rokuju Gonichi Koi Moyou)”. The B-side song “No no Hana no Youni” is not included in any of Ishikawa’s studio albums but is included in the live recording album of her recital at Shin Kabuki-za.
Tsugaru Kaikyo Fuyugeshiki originally appeared as the song representing the month of December in Ishikawa’s concept album titled "Hana Kuyou –Sanbyaku Rokuju Go Nichi Koi Moyou" and was not intended for single release. Prior to the release of the album, Ishikawa sang the song on stage at her recital in Osaka. This first presentation of the song received critical acclaim, which led to the song’s subsequent release as a single in the following year.
In the history of Japanese Oricon weekly singles chart, Yōsui Inoue has produced 41 charting singles with sales of 4.8 million copies in total. 15 of them has sold more than 100,000 copies; "Yume no Naka e", "Kokoro Moyou", "Yamiyo no Kuni kara", "Yūdachi", "Aozora, Hitorikiri", "Good, Good-Bye", "Jealousy", "Riverside Hotel", "Isso Serenade", "Natsu no Owari no Harmony", "Shounen Jidai", "Make-up Shadow", "Arigatou", "Coffee Rumba", and "Hana no Kubikazari".
The sales for "4 hot wave" made it her highest selling single, even surpassing the total sales of "real Emotion/1000 no Kotoba" in less than three weeks. Within its first week, the single sold 207,484 copies, with 489,000 in total. Despite losing the number-one spot to KinKi Kids' "Natu Moyou," "4 hot wave" outsold them by over 80,000 copies. At the end of the year, the single ranked #2 on "Highest Selling Single Female Artist," losing out to Naoru Amane's "Taiyou no Uta," which was used in her film "Midnight Sun."