Synonyms for okurimono or Related words with okurimono

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Examples of "okurimono"
, her next single, was her first double A-side single. Both songs featured commercial tie-ups (Marui Gift Campaign CMs and Snow Brand "Icecream Vintage" CMs respectively). ""Charlotte no Okurimono"" literally means "Charlotte's Present", however this was the Japanese localisation's title of the famous 1952 children's book Charlotte's Web.
Rieu recorded the song in no less than six languages; French, English (as "Live for Love"), German (with the French title "Vive l'amour", translated: "Long Live Love"), Spanish ("Dios te guarde buen artista"), Italian ("Buongiorno artista") and Japanese ("Soyokaze no okurimono").
The album does not feature all of Chara's singles released up until this point. "No Toy (Re-Mix)", , and "Gifted Child" are left out entirely. From , only "Charlotte no Okurimono" is featured, however it is featured as the remixed version from "The Singles Re-Mixed".
Recording for the Tunisia-inspired songs from the album began in late December, after Kokia finished her Jū Ni Gatsu no Okurimono tour. However, not all of them had been written by this point. The album was fully completed in late February.
The PC version of the game went on sale on April 19, 2002. It was followed by the Soyokaze no Okurimono -Wind Pleasurable Box- on December 27, 2002 which featured a 16-minute OVA Christmas Special along with the game. In 2003, the game was released in two different versions with the Dreamcast version going on sale on January 30 and the PlayStation 2 version on December 18. June 2004 saw the first of 3 KSS OVA's go on sale on the 25th and on the 30th, the anime TV series officially started to air. On November 5 of the same year, Wind - a breath of heart - Re:gratitude went on sale.
Iida came into the spotlight when she was 11 years old, appearing on the "Tensai Terebi Kun MAX" (天才てれびくんMAX) series on NHK Educational TV in 2002. Since then she starred in many movies and TV series. She was also a model of a famous lolita gravure magazine "Pure 2". She played the leading role in the film "Shougaiken gibu no okurimono" (障害犬ギブのおくりもの), which won a prize at the Japan Educational Film Festival. Her first photobook "Pool" (プール) in 2003 became the top-selling photobook in Japan.
Nakoruru is featured as a player character in most game in the "Samurai Shodown" series, including "Samurai Shodown", "Shinsetsu Samurai Spirits Bushidō Retsuden" (a role-playing game), "Samurai Shodown II", "Samurai Shodown III" (where she also makes background appearance in Rimururu's stage), "Samurai Shodown IV", "Samurai Shodown V", "Samurai Shodown V Special", "Samurai Shodown VI", "Samurai Shodown!", "Samurai Shodown 64", "Samurai Shodown! 2", "", and "", as well as in the spin-off endless runner "Samurai Shodown Slash". In "" the spirit of Nakoruru is an unplayable story mode character, but its PocketStation mini game is centered around her. She also stars in her own spin-off game, "Nakoruru: Ano Hito kara no Okurimono", a 2001 visual novel adventure game which takes place between the first two games in the series, being a non-player character mentor to the protagonist.
The second 30-minute OVA centers, "Nakoruru ~Ano hito kara no okurimono~ (OVA)", around the "Nakoruru ADV" game, again using Nakoruru as the main heroine. Character designs were done by Yasuomi Umetsu, who is best known for his work in "Mezzo Forte" and "Kite". The events of the story are meant to take place during the time of peace between the first and second games of the series. The story introduces her childhood friends, Yamtamu and Manari, along with her younger sister, Rimururu, and the relentless enigma, Rera. Nakoruru, though glad that there is serenity, experiences several premonitions of devastation and is haunted by the thought of further bloodshed. The climax of the episode has Nakoruru protecting a deer from a rock slide, implied to be caused by evil entities. For undisclosed reasons, the OVA never released another episode and the story remains unfinished.
The idea for the character came from a modern Japanese perception of the indigenous Ainu people of Hokkaido, being depicted as revering nature and peacefully coexisting with it. Her costume's design was based on Ainu clothing and she was supposed to mix a concept of a "petite girl with a lovely appearance and personality" with an "innovative" character performance of commanding a hawk companion in battle. Although was not directly modeled after any particular existing character, Hilda from "The Great Adventure of Horus, Prince of the Sun" and "The Dagger of Kamui" helped her conception process. Her line "This is nature's punishment!" is a homage to Sailor Moon's "In the name of moon, I punish you!" The girl that appears during Nakoruru's entrances in "Capcom vs. SNK" is one of her childhood friends introduced in "Nakoruru: Ano Hito kara no Okurimono", Manari. Nakoruru is 153 cm high. She was notably the first fighting game character brought back to life following her demise. An alternate, palette swap version of her with tanned skin and different colors of hair and eyes, known as , is a recurring Easter egg type character that evolved into Rera.