Synonyms for osamu_mukai or Related words with osamu_mukai
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Kiriu does not appear in the anime series; he is portrayed by actor
in the live-action adaptation.
The music video for the song, released the same day, features "Bocho Mania 09" actor
. The video shows a young and distraught businessman who keeps seeing a goat's head, desperate, while he sings the song with the band.
The Paradise Kiss live-action features Keiko Kitagawa as Yukari Hayasaka and
as George. Other cast members are Natsuki Katō as Kaori Aso, Aya Ōmasa as Miwako Sakurada, Kento Kaku as Arashi Nagase, Shunji Igarashi as Isabella Yamamoto, and Yūsuke Yamamoto as Tokumori Hiroyuki.
In June 2014, TV Tokyo announced that the station would adapt the film for a TV drama featuring
. Some parts in the original book which don't appear in the film are described in the drama. It was broadcast on 11, 14 and 15 February 2015.
), a former bassist of a rock band who gave up his music dreams to carry on the tradition of his family’s French restaurant. The show will involve a love triangle as Kuninaka and Takimoto play rivals for Eisuke’s heart.
Musically, "Boku wa Pegasus Kimi wa Polaris" is a piano-and-string driven pop song. It was written specifically for the TBS television drama "S: Saigo no Keikan", starring
and Go Ayano, for which it serves as ending theme. Its lyrics depict an epic love story by means of a Pegasus-Polaris metaphor. Misia conveys a sense of faith and confidence as she transitions from soft to powerful vocals.
A live-action film adaptation of the "Beck" manga was announced in 2009, with filming beginning in July. It was produced and directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi, who has directed manga-to-film adaptations in the past (most notably the "20th Century Boys" trilogy). It stars Takeru Satoh as Koyuki, Hiro Mizushima as Ryusuke, Kenta Kiritani as Chiba, Aoi Nakamura as Saku and
as Taira. The actors were given proper training on their instruments for the 30 original songs that were written for the film.
The song was written by Shiho Ochi and Kōichi Tabo especially for the drama "Summer Rescue: Tenkū no Shinryōjo", starring
and Machiko Ono. Ochi was inspired to write the lyrics for the song after reading the scrift for the drama, and decided to sing about rebirth, around a mofit of the sun and the moon. Ochi described the song as being like a letter of thanks to important people in your lives. The song's release as a double A-side single was announced on June 21, 2012.
A Japanese television drama adaptation of the series premiered on January 8, 2008. It aired every Tuesday at 21:00 JST for 11 episodes on Fuji TV until March 18, 2008. Written by Kaneko Shigeki, and directed by Masaki Tanamura and Hiroaki Matsuyama, the show starred Toma Ikuta as Takemoto, Riko Narumi as Hagumi, Hiroki Narimiya as Morita,
as Mayama, and Natsuki Harada as Ayumi. The music for the series was provided by Shōgo Kaida, Keiichi Miyako (SOPHIA) and Shin Kōno, while the theme song to the series was "Canvas" by the Japanese R&B singer Ken Hirai. A DVD set was released for the series on July 11, 2008.
In early 2009, Satoh starred in "Mei-chan no Shitsuji" as Kento Shibata. His character decides to enroll in a butler school so that he can stay close to childhood friend Mei Shinonome, who attends St. Lucia Girls' Academy, where all the students have butlers. His role in this drama is a firm favorite with fans. He starred in the film "Goemon" in summer 2009, and also guest-starred on TV shows, "Mr. Brain", "True Horror Stories" and "MW Dai-0-sho". In 2010, he played Okada Izō in his first Taiga drama "Ryōmaden" and had a major supporting role in the film "Beck" co-starring Hiro Mizushima and
, both of them being his co-stars from Mei-chan no Shitsuji. Following the release of the film, Satoh landed his first leading role on prime time television with teen drama "Q10".
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