Synonyms for omoi or Related words with omoi

namida              yakusoku              tenshi              omoide              kimochi              hitori              shiawase              anata              yasashii              unmei              tameni              hitotsu              boku              negai              kanashimi              koibito              itsuka              taiyou              kamisama              yureru              inochi              hajimari              kaze              shiranai              rakuen              yume              chikai              hajimete              itsumo              tsukiyo              yoru              kotoba              kajitsu              yoake              seishun              bokura              bokutachi              otona              otoko              kiseki              hanayome              soshite              tsuki              kisetsu              natsu              ikenai              kioku              wasurenai              wakare              maboroshi             



Examples of "omoi"
Omoi Afurete is Aya Matsuura's sixth studio album. It was released on January 21, 2009 by Zetima.
The major breakthrough for Zard came with the sixth single in 1993, "Makenaide", which became No. 1 in the Oricon charts and went on to sell over 1.8 million copies. She went on to release two more songs that reached No. 1, "Yureru Omoi" and "Kitto Wasurenai" in the same year. An album titled "Yureru Omoi" featuring both "Makenaide" and "Yureru Omoi" sold two million copies, the first million milestone for Zard in album sales. In fact, Being was so successful in the early 1990s that it was called Being Boom. No one sold more CDs than Zard in this year.
"Omoi" is the debut single of Japanese singer and voice actress Nana Mizuki. It was released on December 6, 2000 by King Records.
"Kimi Omoi" would later be placed as the b-side to Kumi's 2016 single "Shhh!" and on her 2017 studio album "."
Major tributaries of the Tone River include the Agatsuma, Watarase, Kinu, Omoi, and the Kokai. The Edo River branches away from the river and flows into Tokyo Bay.
(One Way Love) is the second single of the series Kämpfer, but the ninth of Megumi, involved in this CD Marina Inoue (as Seno Natsuru) and Megumi Nakajima (as Sakura Kaede), the song One Ryō Omoi Way is used as the ending theme of the series, the second track is Tatakae Mora Rhythm and the third track track One Way Ryō Omoi -unstoppable delusion ≒ impulse-, is a remix arranged by Yoshihisa xxyoshixx Fujita. Arrangements: track1=Takahiro Ando, track2=Akira Takada
Two songs from "Welcome To The Edge", "Welcome To The Edge" aka "Todokanu Omoi" and "Dreamlove", appeared in Fuji Television primetime TV drama series. "Welcome To The Edge" sold over 120,000 copies in Japan.
"Tatta Hitotsu no Omoi" begins with the chorus, solely backed with stringed instrument-sounding synthesizer notes. The bulk of the song is arranged with bass, piano and percussion sound effects.
"Kimi Omoi" is a soft and romantic video, having Kumi longing for a loved one. The imagery in the music video is very similar to that used in both singles "Yume no Uta/futari de..." and "stay with me."
"Introductory Chapter" has three theme songs, the opening theme , the ending theme "Twinkle Snow", and the insert song . Both the opening theme and insert song is sung by Rena Uehara. The ending theme is performed by Akari Tsuda. Shinya Ishikawa composed both "Todokanai Koi" and "After All: Tsuduru Omoi" while Junya Matsuoka composed "Twinkle Snow". Matsuoka handled the arrangement of "Todokanai Koi" and Michio Kinugasa arranged "Twinkle Snow" and "After All: Tsuduru Omoi". A CD single containing all three songs was released on May 26, 2010. The single peaked at 65th place in Oricon's rankings for one week.
Volume 3 debuted at #4 on Oricon's Japanese Comic Ranking and peaked at #2 and sold an estimated 325,010 copies in Japan. Volume 4 debuted at #1 and sold an estimated 168,863 copies in its first week alone. It sold an estimated 293,419 copies in a month and consistently ranked from October to November. The series has been selling well financially but still has not sold as competitively with Sakisaka's previous series "Ao Haru Ride" in terms of copies per volume. However, volume 4 of "Ao Haru Ride" debuted with less copies than volume 4 of "Omoi", as "Omoi" debuted with 168,863 copies and "Ao Haru Ride" with 126,479.
Victor Entertainment released a drama CD "Street Fighter Zero 2 Another Story" in July 1996, which had Sakura as the lead character. A sequel followed in October of the same year. Sakura's theme song, "Kono Omoi o Tsutaetai" sung by Yuko Sasamoto, was released commercially.
She is also recognized for her numerous contributions to anime/game soundtracks, the most notable being "Ai no Melody/Chōwa Oto (With Reflection)" for the film , "Follow the Nightingale" for the game "Tales of Innocence", and "Tatta Hitotsu no Omoi" for the anime "Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino".
"Yureru Omoi" is the 8th single by Zard and released 19 May 1993 under B-Gram Records label. The single debuted at #1 rank two weeks. It charted for 20 weeks and sold over 1,396,000 copies and became second highest-selling single in her career. When she died, it was elected as her second best song on the Oricon polls.
It was officially announced on October 19, 2008 that Matsuura would be graduating from Hello! Project along with the rest of Elder Club. Before her graduation, Matsuura released her fifth studio album, "Omoi Afurete", on January 21, 2009, and her 21st single, "Chocolate Damashii", was released on February 11 for Valentine's Day.
The main ending theme, "Kowarekake no Orgel" (こわれかけのオルゴール, sharing the title of the OVA), as well as the image song "Keiichirō no Omoi" (敬一郎の思い) are performed by Japanese singer-songwriter Hiromi Satō, and composed by Tsukasa (of Sound Online).
Kokia had sung many songs for anime in the past. This was the third time her music had been used as an opening theme, after "Chōwa Oto (With Reflection)" in 2006 for the film "", and "Tatta Hitotsu no Omoi" for Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino.
The woman in "Mono-omoi Koi" (, "reflective love" or "anxious love") has her eyebrows shaved—sign of a married woman. She appears to be the eldest in the series—perhaps even middle-aged—and to come from an affluent background. She wears an elegant, subdued kimono with a pattern of plovers.
The Twilight Valley is the fifth studio album by Japanese group Garnet Crow. The album was released on December 8, 2004 under Giza Studio label. This is only original album which doesn't include tie-up song from Detective Conan. The single "Kimi no Omoi Egaita Yume Atsumeru Heaven" wasn't included in this album as well.
During the 8sai festival, on August 5, Kanjani Eight announced their concert tour the year. Titled, "Kanjani Eight Live Tour 8EST: Minna no omoi wa doudai? Bokura no omoi wa mugendai!", it was scheduled for ten cities with a total of 35 performances. The tour kicked off with the group's first stadium performance at Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo on September 15, 2012. During those performances, it was then announced that the tour would be extended to include two dome performances at Tokyo and Osaka. This brought the total attendance, scheduled, of the tour to a grand total of 880,000 attendees. The tour continued on to Osaka for the Nagai Stadium performances but was ultimately canceled on the last day, September 30, due to Typhoon no. 17. In response to the cancellation, Kanjani Eight released a statement,