Synonyms for naritai or Related words with naritai


Examples of "naritai"
All tracks arranged by Shun Fukui (except "Koishi no You ni" and "Ōkami ni Naritai" arranged by Takahiko Ishikawa)
The theme song for the television drama "Kaseifu no Mita" is "Yasashiku Naritai" by Kazuyoshi Saito. This was revealed in an announcement made on September 29, 2011. "Yasashiku Naritai" is the first song Kazuyoshi has provided for a Japanese television drama since the 2009 NHK drama "Keiji no Genba 2". Main leads from "Kaseifu no Mita" were also featured in the song's music video.
As of November 20, 2010 the music video for "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu" has been viewed over 1,533,000 times on popular video-sharing website YouTube.
Hayashi has since recorded in both Japanese and Chinese, collaborating with Chinese instrumentalist Chen Min on the single, "Tsubane ni Naritai".
The single was released in two versions: a limited edition CD+DVD version, as well as a standard CD only version. The DVD features the music video for "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu."
After they released "Shima-uta," the group went on to perform "Kaze-ni Naritai," "Kaero-kana," and "Tsukisaemo-nemuruyoru," but Miyazawa wanted to write more Okinawa songs, so an album comprised purely of Okinawa songs was released.
is her fourth single, but was the first launched by Nakajima Megumi who was not represented by an anime character; prior to its release, released as digital download songs Tenshi ni Naritai, Pine and Be Myself in Japan mora stores. Tenshi ni Naritai as was the most "requested", this was chosen as the A-side of the CD, the others spent the B-side. When it published the single also included a new song "(Kari) Dajaren no Outa". This single debuted at number 12 on Oricon Dailies.
In December the song's lyrics were released to official Japanese online lyric databases. At one of these sites, Uta-Net, the lyrics were the most accessed on its weekly access ranking. This was her second successive song to do this, after "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu".
Her latest releases "Suki ni Naritai" and "Namida no Riyū" are exclusively available on iTunes Music Store. They are released under her independent label. Her first digital single, "Aoi Sora ga Mienai" was released on April 11, 2006, and was only available in Indie Rise. The single is from her second independent album, "Sora Iro no Nostalgie".
Kimi no Tame ni Tsuyoku Naritai (きみのためにつよくなりたい) is the fifth studio album by the Japanese rock band Sambomaster. The song "Kimi wo Mamotte, Kimi wo Aishite" was used as the nineteenth Bleach ending.
Heike's 5th single ""Anata no yume ni naritai"" was released on February 10, 1999, peaking at number 70 on the Oricon Singles Chart. She released her 6th single "Scene" on July 28, 1999. The song was again composed by Hatake, with lyrics by Michiyo herself, peaking at number 79 on the Oricon Singles Chart.
Her Vocaloid4 version was released on the 1 December 2015. This voice is identical to the Vocaloid3 version, except for the addition of a growl function. Those who had registered all 30 issues in the magazine "Vocalo-P ni Naritai" (ボカロPになりたい!) version were offered an upgrade discount on the Vocaloid shop.
The song debuted at #9 on Oricon's daily charts, her highest position in her career to date (though "Pop" beat this record, reaching #3). It reached #12 in the weekly charts, selling 5,000 in its first week. The song eventually sold 9,000 copies, outselling her previous single "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu," but not "Tsutaetai Koto/I Wanna See You."
In 2008, Hashimoto's screenplay for "I Want to Be a Shellfish" ("Watashi wa Kai ni Naritai"), a post-World War II war crimes trial drama based on the 1959 Tetsutaro Kato novel and made into a film that same year, is being remade and directed by Katsuo Fukuzawa. Yukie Nakama and Masahiro Nakai are the stars, and the music is by Joe Hisaishi.
Released by We've Inc based on the voice of Ai Kakuma on September 9, 2014 through Vocalo-P ni Naritai magazine. Users who bring every issue of the Magazine and register all tickets within the magazines would be allowed access to her voice permanently. She is a Japan exclusive vocal and requires a Japanese mailing address to register her voice.
The album is best known for the track "Ōkami ni Naritai", which has been one of fan favorites and later included on the compilation album "Daiginjo" released in 1996. It gained another public attention in the late 1990s, through the TV ad for Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co.'s energy drink which features the song.
Since his first major role in the drama television series, "Aji Ichimonme" (1995), he has had a successful acting career, both in television and film. He has starred in many high-rated television series such as, "Densetsu no Kyoushi" (2000), "Shiroi Kage" (2001), "Suna no Utsuwa" (2004), and "Ataru" (2012), and a blockbuster film, "Watashi wa Kai ni Naritai (2008)".
The song later became Kazuyoshi's 39th single, and this single album was released in Japan by Victor Entertainment on November 2, 2011. The single debuted at the 6th position on the Oricon TOP10 weekly charts, with its sales boosted by the good reception of "Kaseifu no Mita". It sold 70 thousand copies as of December 27, 2011. "Yasashiku Naritai" is also the winner of the "Best Theme Song" category at the 71st Television Drama Academy Awards.
The song was used in a commercial for Calpis Water, starring Umika Kawashima and Hannya member Satoshi Kaneda. The commercial began broadcasting on April 2, 2010. In mid-May 2010, the lyrics of the song were posted to Uta-Net. The song quickly reached #1 on the daily lyrics access ranking, Abe's third song to do this (after "Anata no Koibito ni Naritai no Desu" and "Itsu no Hi mo") On June 13, Abe performed the song on NHK music show Music Japan.
In 1988, he made his acting debut in a television series, "Abunai Shonen III", along with his band members. After several supporting roles, in 1995, he landed his first major role in a drama television series, "Aji Ichimonme". Following its success, he established himself as a leading man, starring in many high-rated television series such as, "Densetsu no Kyoushi" (2000), "Shiroi Kage" (2001), "Suna no Utsuwa" (2004), and "Ataru" (2012). In 2008, he starred in a blockbuster film, "Watashi wa Kai ni Naritai (2008)".