Synonyms for natsukawa or Related words with natsukawa

moritaka              michiyo              riyu              misako              naozumi              nakamori              yuuka              momoi              kazumasa              domoto              takajo              machiko              mamiko              kamenashi              koharu              tainaka              nanba              kiyohiko              nanri              yoshika              ayaka              tomohisa              meisa              motoharu              keigo              hitomi              misora              natsuko              yoriko              fumiya              takahisa              ayano              chikako              sudou              mimori              aragaki              inami              shimatani              kazuhito              ichirou              momoe              sayuri              futoshi              mayuko              makihara              sachi              yaotome              kizaki              kouda              kinya             

Examples of "natsukawa"
Both her brother Daijirō Natsukawa and her daughter Kahoru Natsukawa took up acting.
This is the discography of Okinawan musician Rimi Natsukawa.
Natsukawa (written: 夏川) is a Japanese surname. People with the name include:
Andrea Bocelli has covered the song as a duet with Christina Aguilera, Katharine McPhee and Rimi Natsukawa in 2006. Aguilera features on Bocelli's album, "Amore", with the duet with Natsukawa is a bonus track of the album's release in Japan. The duet with Natsukawa also appears as a bonus track for the Japanese version of Bocelli's "". McPhee joined Bocelli onstage at the JCPenney Jam and their version is included on the album for the event.
Fans submitted song suggestions to Natsukawa's website or at her live concerts. A total of 2,000 were chosen by fans, and the top 100 were given to Natsukawa to select. Natsukawa listened to each of these songs once of twice, and chose the songs she found catchy and were practical to sing. Roughly half of the songs are ones that Natsukawa had performed in concert or on live television at some point.
In this season, the opening song is "Hagushichao", sung by Rimi Natsukawa.
Natsukawa was active as a Japanese popular song singer, then she turned to a European popular song singer who mainly sang chanson since 1993. She studied chanson with Masako Togawa and appeared as a regular singer on a chansonnier Aoi Heya which was managed by Togawa. In 1995 she changed her stage name from KIYO into Rey Natsukawa.
Rimi Natsukawa Selection is the fourth compilation album released by Rimi Natsukawa on . It was only released outside Japan, in Taiwan, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia and Hong Kong. It reached #1 on the Taiwanese album charts, charting for more than 60 weeks and selling over 42,000 copies.
Yûko Natsukawa (夏川 結子 "Natsukawa Yûko") Girl #10; teamed with Jun. After Jun gets shot in the "shooting spree" that happened in the headquarters-hall, her collar (and almost all collars of the others, too) set off, but although Shuya ordered then to activate the EMP, it came too late, and her collar went off, killing her.
Natsukawa married percussionist Masaaki Tamaki (玉木正昭) on January 1, 2009. Their first child, a boy, was born on August 20, 2010.
Distance is a 2001 film by Japanese director Koreeda Hirokazu, starring Arata, Tadanobu Asano, Iseya Yusuke, Terajima Susumu, and Natsukawa Yui.
Three singles were released before the album, however and do not feature. They were released onto "Rimi Natsukawa Single Collection Vol. 1" in 2005.
Rey Natsukawa is a Japanese singer also known as Rey Summerriver. She gives her name as Kiyo Katō as a lyricist.
The Rimi Natsukawa version of the song has been certified as a triple platinum ringtone by the RIAJ, as well as a platinum cellphone download.
In 2007, Natsukawa ended her contract with her production office. She continued to release music under Victor, however, such as her 5th album "Umui Kaji".
Since this, Natsukawa has continued to release original material and compilations. Her was released in February 2010, and is her first bilingual Japanese/Chinese album.
The song has been covered by many artists, including Gackt, Rimi Natsukawa, Tokiko Kato, Alfredo Casero, Plastiko, Diana King, Andrew W.K. and Allister.
Aka Suave. Iseya co-starred with Arata Iura, Yui Natsukawa, and Susumu Terajima in Hirokazu Koreeda's "Distance". He appeared in Takashi Miike's "13 Assassins".
This information brings a lot of emotional turmoil for Hikari even more when she goes to Mao Natsukawa for support and he turns his back on her, tired of always coming to sloppy seconds to Ooishi. Natsukawa is frustrated with her, since Hikari is always focusing herself on Ooishi even though she always knew deep inside that Ooishi (while he was developing feelings for her at first) always thought of her as a friend or a little sister.
Natsukawa released a string of Okinawan song-based released from this time until 2004. One of these, (a Misako Koja cover), was nominated for the Japan Record Award. It was Natsukawa's biggest hit since Nada Sōsō, reaching the top 20.