Synonyms for nana_eikura or Related words with nana_eikura

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Examples of "nana_eikura"
"Awa dance" is a 2007 Japanese movie starring Nana Eikura.
The manga series was adapted into a one-episode original video animation that was released in May 2005 and a live-action film starring Jun Matsumoto and Nana Eikura that premiered in Japan on January 20, 2007.
Little is known about Suzuki's personal life. She is famous for being very private. She became best friends with Nana Eikura in 2003. Eikura stated: "Emi rarely talks about herself to others, even me."
"Don't Cry Anymore" (stylized as "don't cry anymore") is Japanese singer-songwriter miwa's debut major label single, released on March 3, 2010. It was used as the Nana Eikura starring drama Nakanai to Kimeta Hi's theme song. It was certified gold by the RIAJ for full-length cellphone downloads.
Masato ends up dealing with these silent bodies, the painful reasons behind their deaths, and the harsh realities of the world together with rookie detective Sakamaki Yuki (Nana Eikura). As he does so, he starts to face up to his own life and family.
In 2004, a documentary on the town has been aired on Japanese TV, hosted by Nana Eikura. Since then, the town has attracted heaps of Asian tourists. In 2010, Alaçatı has been ranked 8th by the New York Times on top places to visit in 2010.
In 2007, Arashi starred in their third movie together "Kiiroi Namida" while Matsumoto was cast in the independent film "Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru" with Nana Eikura as his co-star. He portrayed the lead character , a high school student who falls in love and develops a romantic relationship with his younger twin sister.
"Kitto Eien ni" is pop singer Crystal Kay's nineteenth single. It was released on January 17, 2007 as the first single for Kay's seventh studio album "All Yours". This was Kay's first single since February 2006. The song, a ballad, was used as the ending theme of the live-action film adaptation of the manga by Kotomi Aoki which stars Jun Matsumoto and Nana Eikura as Yori and Iku, fraternal twins who fall in love despite being siblings.
In January 2012, Chinen co-starred with his senpai Tomohisa Yamashita in a drama called "Saiko no Jinsei no Owarikata: Ending Planner", in which he played Yamashita's younger brother. Chinen's character in the drama was a university student who was so focused on helping out a friend to the point of stealing money from his family's business. Atsuko Maeda and Nana Eikura joined the cast.
Since the late 1990s, "Seventeen" has been the highest-selling teenage fashion magazine in Japan, and has featured its exclusive teenage models as "ST-Mo" (STモ - Seventeen Model). "Seventeen" is very sought after among models (teenage models) because being featured on the magazine especially on its cover and certain pages, strongly helps them to get high-quality endorsements and prestigious contracts. Well-known former "Seventeen" models include Keiko Kitagawa, Nana Eikura, Rie Miyazawa, Anna Tsuchiya, Hinano Yoshikawa, and Emi Suzuki.
Miura Haruma takes on the role of Koji, a college student aiming to become a professional photographer. One day, he receives an unusual request to shadow the client's girlfriend and take pictures of her; this assignment leads to subtle changes in his relationships with the women around him. Nana Eikura plays the ex-girlfriend of Koji's childhood friend, while Manami Konishi plays Koji's sister after one of her parents remarries, and Haruka Igawa plays the woman that Koji is photographing.
Horikita was one of the six female celebrities taking turns to host "Girls Locks!", a segment of the Japanese radio program "School of Locks" from the radio network Tokyo FM. When she was the host, Horikita provided book recommendations to her listeners and called selected letter-senders to discuss the questions they wrote in their letters. Her stint was at ten in the evening, every third or fourth week of the month. She took turns with Erika Toda, Yui Aragaki, Chiaki Kuriyama, Nana Eikura, and Kii Kitano until she left the program in 2009.
The manga was adapted into a live action film by Toshiba Entertainment. The film was directed by Hiroshi Ando and produced by Shogakukan, Toshiba Entertainment, Zoom Enterprise and Nippon Television. It was released in Japan on January 20, 2007 and in Taiwan on June 1, 2007. The film features Jun Matsumoto as Yori Yuuki, Nana Eikura as Iku Yuuki, Ayaka Komatsu as Tomoka Kusunoki, Yuko Asano as Saki Yuuki and Yūta Hiraoka as Haruka Yano. The ending theme of the movie is "Kitto Eien ni" by Crystal Kay.