Synonyms for okui or Related words with okui

fujibayashi              yabuki              shoko              noriyasu              keiichi              hironobu              shimamiya              masami              akimitsu              toshihiko              motohiro              kenichiro              michiaki              ichirou              mizuki              naoshi              kikuta              takase              agematsu              mayumi              sekito              tamio              takafumi              riyu              makaino              moritaka              yoshiki              sunaga              michihiko              rieko              hideaki              hisashi              hiromi              yuuka              akimoto              kageyama              shuhei              takuro              natsuko              toshiyuki              kazumi              chihara              itou              shunsuke              eriko              saori              chihiro              kazuhito              michiyo              kanno             



Examples of "okui"
Lyric/song writing partnerships were rather distributed among the members. The Nakayama/Okui and the Tomita/Okui pairings are both credited with 27 songs each. Konno/Okui is credited with 9 songs, Tomita/Nakayama for 6, and Watanabe/Konno for 3. The Konno/Nakayama, Konno/Watanabe, Okui/Nakayama, Nakayama/Konno, Tomita/Konno, and Watanabe/Okui pairings all have 2 song credits each, while Watanabe/Nakayama, Tomita/Watanabe, and Okui/Konno each have a single credit. Excluding Tomita, who only wrote the music to her own song, only the Okui/Watanabe pairing does not have a songwriting credit in the band's catalogue.
Tribute to Masami Okui ~Buddy~ is a tribute album for Japanese singer Masami Okui. It was released on June 25, 2008.
Japanese singer, songwriter Masami Okui was born in Itami.
ReBirth is the ninth album by Masami Okui, released on 4 February 2004.
Li-Book 2000 is the second live album by Masami Okui, released on November 22, 2000.
Do-Can is the fourth album by Masami Okui, released on September 23, 1998.
God Speed is the 11th album by Masami Okui, released on 24 February 2006.
Crossroad is the eighth album by Masami Okui, released on September 4, 2002.
Best-Est is the first live album by Masami Okui, released on June 4, 1999.
Masami Life is the 13th album by Masami Okui, released on 3 October 2007.
NEEI is the sixth album by Masami Okui, released on August 23, 2000.
Her-Day is the fifth album by Masami Okui, released on August 27, 1999.
Ma-KING is the third album by Masami Okui, released on September 26, 1997.
Devotion is the seventh album by Masami Okui, released on August 29, 2001.
Ryo Okui (奥井 諒, born 7 March 1990) is a Japanese football player.
Okui hosts "@Tunes", an anime music news program, on the Japanese anime television network Animax.
Gyuu is the first album by Masami Okui, released on April 21, 1995.
V-sit is the second album by Masami Okui, released on September 21, 1996.
Angel's Voice is a mini album by Masami Okui, released on November 22, 2002.
This name refers to the type locality in Vietnam, Okui-ho.