Synonyms for nemurenai or Related words with nemurenai

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Examples of "nemurenai"
"Nemurenai Yoru" is Bonnie Pink's nineteenth single from the album Just a Girl. The single was released under the East West Japan label on August 21, 2001.
"In My Arms Tonight" is the 5th single by Zard and released 9 September 1992 under B-Gram Records label. It was released one month after previous single "Nemurenai Yoru wo Daite" and one week after album "Hold Me". The single debuted at #9 rank first week. It charted for 13 weeks and sold over 322,000 copies.
A 12-episode anime adaptation by Arms and directed by Rion Kujō began aired between July and September, 2012. It has been licensed by Funimation in North America. The opening theme is "Realization" by Faylan and the ending theme is "Ai no Sei de Nemurenai" by Aki Misato.
Ai's most high-profile work for a TV drama was the theme song for 2006's primetime drama "Team Medical Dragon", "Believe", which was one of her greatest hits, selling over one million ringtones. Ai also sung the theme song for the drama's second series, "One." Ai also worked on the theme song for the 2010 primetime drama "", "Nemurenai Machi." Other program theme songs include the Japanese theme song for the American drama "Heroes" ("Taisetsu na Mono"), and the 15th ending theme for the children's animation "Crayon Shin-chan", "Crayon Beats"). In 2005, Ai's song "Alive (English Version)" was used as an insert song for the South Korean drama "Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang".
Her 1991 first single, "Good-bye My Loneliness," sold very well, but her next two faltered. The "Good-bye My Loneliness" promotion video depicts a youthful and energetic Sakai. A decade after her debut, she listed this song as one of her most memorable pieces, especially because she had to sing it over a hundred times to get the recording right. Her fourth single, "Nemurenai Yoru o Daite" (Hold me through the sleepless night) was extremely successful, leading to four television appearances. And her best was still to come.
In 2013, Mackenyu turned his full attention to acting- including roles in the feature film "Buzz (So-On: The Five Oyaji)" (2014) and TV movie "Yonimo kimyô na monogatari" (2014). His acting quickly expanded to include three supporting roles in TV Mini-series including "The Kindergarten Detective (Hanasaki Shin'ichirô wa nemurenai!!)" (2015), "Yume wo ataeru" (2015), and "The Hatsumori Bemars" (2015). His fame grew dramatically in Japan after landing the role of Eiji Tomari/ Kamen Rider Drive in the live action movie based on the popular series created by manga artist Shotaro Ishinomori, "Kamen Rider Drive: Surprise Future (Gekijouban Kamen raidâ Doraibu: Sapuraizu fyûchâ)" (2015).
On September 7, 2011, she debuted for Defstar Records, with the song "Rokutousei no Yoru", which was selected by Fuji TV as the ending theme of the 2011 anime series "No. 6". "Rokutousei no Yoru" recorded its highest ranking at number 9 on the Rekochoku music distribution chart. The second single was released on December 14, 2011. "Re:pray/ Sabishikute Nemurenai Yoru wa" reached number 1 in the "Mora" music download charts site. The song "Re: pray" was chosen as the 29th ending theme for the anime "Bleach". The single includes a cover of Lady Gaga's "Poker Face". The song was previously featured in Aimer's "Your Favorite Things", a cover album that was released during her indie era.