Synonyms for mukashi or Related words with mukashi

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Examples of "mukashi"
" Nanahyaku-nen no mukashi kara utaitsuzuketa"
Mukashi Mukashi ("Kanji": 昔々 ; "Kana": むかしむかし ; "Romaji": mukashimukashi) is a Japanese expression typically introducing folk tales. It is a rough translation of "Once upon a time" used in English folk tales.
On June 8, Mukashi Natsukashi Soushuuhen + Omake Tsuki was released. This is a re-release of the songs on the two "Mukashi Natsukashi Ningyoushuu" mini-albums, combined into one album, as the previous albums had quickly sold out all 10,000 copies. The "extra" was a music video on a DVD. On July 13 another Live DVD, from their "Roman Kokuhaku" live was released.
As in most developed nations, it is increasingly difficult to find living storytellers of oral tradition. But there is a wealth of folktales collected through the ages. The name "mukashi-banashi" (tales of "long ago" or from "bygone times") has been applied to the common folktale, since they typically open with the formula "Mukashi..." (akin to "Once upon a time..."). They also close with some set phrase like ""dotto harai"" (a variant form being Dondo Hare).
The 1975 Japanese TV series "Manga Nihon Mukashi Banashi" (Cartoon Tales of Old Japan) contains a 10-minute adaption of the story, directed by Takao Kodama with animation by Masakazu Higuchi and art by Koji Abe.
Although the name "Okuma" means bear in Japanese, she was not ugly and her beauty contributed to her fame. Afterwards, Okuma and the Shirakoya Incident became the basis for multiple theatrical plays. She served as the model for Zaimokuya Okoma in the 1775 Japanese puppet play , and for the heroine of "Bai-u kosode mukashi hachi-jo", Kabuki drama written by Kawatake Mokuami.
The album was originally titled "Juju Sings Beautiful Woman". After the album's announcement on August 4, a questionnaire was put up on Juju's website, asking fans which songs they wanted to hear Juju cover. Despite this, four songs had already been chosen for the album, "Gips," "Hello, Again (Mukashi Kara Aru Basho)," "Last Kiss" and "Time Goes By."
Toyo Suisan’s fresh noodles command the top share of the fresh noodle market in Japan. Being introduced in 1975, Sanshoku (“three pack”) Yakisoba are the top-selling fresh noodles in Japan. Sanshoku Udon noodles (shelf life 15 days), and Mukashi Nagara No Chuka Soba noodles, are among the other products.
In My Little Lover's discography, "Hello, Again (Mukashi Kara Aru Basho)" has been recorded in studio three times: the original, the acoustic version on "Organic" (2002) and the differently arranged acoustic version on "Acoakko" (2008). The original appears on the single, "Evergreen" (1995), "Singles" (2001) and the greatest hits disc of "Akko" (2006).
Hello, Again (Mukashi Kara Aru Basho) was covered by Japanese R&B singer Juju in 2010, used in commercials for the Sony Alpha digital camera. The cover was very popular, reaching #1 on RIAJ's Digital Track Chart, causing the original to chart again and prompted Juju to release a cover album of female Japanese vocalists' songs, "Request".
His anthology, "Jibun wa mita" (“I Saw”, 1918), contains the poem "Kuruma no oto" (“Noise of the Carts”), which often appears in Japanese collections of Taisho period poetry. His longer work, "Mukashi no ie" (“House of Long Ago”, 1929), is autobiographical, describing his aristocratic background.
Ito debuted in the drama "14-kagetsu: Tsuma ga Kodomo ni Kaette Iku" in 2003. While acting at nine years old was not experiencing at the time, she attracted attention. After being away for a while, Ito later returned to acting in "Minna Mukashi wa Kodomodatta" and "The Queen's Classroom".
The song was commercially successful, receiving a triple platinum certification for ringtones, a double platinum certification for full-length cellphone downloads, and a gold certification for physical shipping. According to the RIAJ, the song was the 14th most downloaded song of 2010 and Juju's best performing song of the year, narrowly out-competing her previous single, "Hello, Again (Mukashi Kara Aru Basho)."
The tour final "Ningyou Enzetsu" was held on September 11 and was the final stop in their one-man tour. A special copy of Romanesque Gothic was released with a special (all black) cover. The First press (red cover) went on sale September 29, along with the second press of Wagahai wa, Korosuke Nari...". A live DVD of the event went on sale November 17, "Ningyou Enzetsu 2004.9.11 Liquidroom Ebisu". Toward the end of the year several more one-man performances were held. On December 15 two mini-albums and a DVD were released. "Mukashi Natsukashi Ningyoushuu: Sono Ichi" and "Mukashi Natsukashi Ningyoushuu: Sono Ni" were new recordings of songs from previously sold out releases. The DVD "Ningyou Kai PV" contained two Music Videos, one for "Ningyo" and "F-Stein to M".
Ichihara joined the Haiyuza theater troupe in 1957 and made her debut in "Rikō na oyomesan". Winning an award at the 1959 Geijutsusai for "Chidori", she became the star of Haiyuza, but left the troupe in 1971. She has appeared in film and on television, and is also known for narrating the long-running anime series "Manga Nihon mukashi banashi". In 1989, she won the Japan Academy Prize for best supporting actress for "Black Rain".
In addition to those songs, he also performed the song "Jidōsha Shō Ka" ("Auto Show Song") (which, in 2005, was featured in Asahi Breweries' "Cocktail Partner" commercial) and comical songs like "Koi no Yamanotesen" ("The Yamanote Line of Love") and a few songs of the enka variety, such as "Mukashi no Namae de Dete imasu" ("I'm Going by My Old Name") and "Tsuite kuru kai" ("Will you follow me?").
Each tale in the "Konjaku Monogatarishū" starts with the phrase (lit. now long ago), which in its Japanese reading is pronounced "ima wa mukashi". The Chinese-style pronunciation of this phrase is "konjaku", and it is from the Chinese-style reading that the collection is named. The "Konjaku Monogatarishū" is commonly known by the shorter name ""Konjaku Monogatari"". Since it is an anthology rather than a single tale, however, the longer title is more accurate.
One of the most influential and early examples of "uta monogatari" is the "Tales of Ise". An anonymous work sometimes attributed to Ariwara no Narihira, it is a series of 125 largely unconnected prose narratives about "a man", many of said narratives beginning with the short sentence "Mukashi otoko arikeri" ("Long ago, there was a man"). These narratives are largely centered on poetry composed by the "man", usually identified as a fictionalized version of Narihira.
In 2010, Juju released "Request", a tribute album featuring covers of songs by Japanese female vocalists. Led by a cover of My Little Lover's "Hello, Again (Mukashi Kara Aru Basho)", the album was certified double platinum and became Juju's most successful album in her career. In 2014 to celebrate the 10th year since her debut with Sony, she released a follow-up album to this, "Request II".
This was Hamasaki's fourth single to be composed by herself using the pseudonym "Crea". Its original single version, which features strings, piano, and rock leanings, was arranged by CMJK and Junichi Matsuda. For Hamasaki's fourth studio album "I am..." the song re-arranged by CMJK in a version entitled "Gone With Whe Wind ver.", which has a calmer soft-rock oriented sound. "Endless Sorrow" was used as theme song of TBS's drama "Mukashi no Otoko", which aired from April to late June 2001. One of the b-sides of the single, "Vogue (Kirari Natsu Ayu Mix)" was used in TV commercials for Kose Visee mascara, starring Hamasaki herself.