Synonyms for rakuen or Related words with rakuen

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Examples of "rakuen"
Rakuen (Japanese "paradise" 楽園 らくえん) may refer to:
The opening is "Rakuen PROJECT" by Ray and the ending is "Foul Play ni Kurari" by Kanon Wakeshima.
"Akahana Hitotsu," "Kokoro no Katachi," "Rakuen (Makaru Sari)" and "Tsuki no Kaori" are original compositions. "Akahana Hitotsu" was written by Begin guitarist Masaru Shimabukuro.
Sound Horizon's first major release was in 2002, with the album "Elysion ~Rakuen e no Zensōkyoku~" (lit. "Elysion ~Prelude to Paradise~"). Their first maxi-single, "Shōnen wa Tsurugi wo...", which was released in 2006, includes "Shūtan no Ou to Isekai no Kishi ~The Endia & The Knights~", the theme for the PlayStation 2 simulation RPG "Chaos Wars", and "Kamigami ga Aishita Rakuen ~Belle Isle~", the opening theme for the MMORPG "Belle Isle".
In 2015, the Japanese magazine "Young Animal" commenced serialization of "Peleliu: Rakuen no Guernica" by Masao Hiratsuka and artist Kazuyoshi Takeda, telling the story of the battle in manga form.
Some of the band's most commercially successful songs include "Rakuen Baby" (2002) and "Nettaiya" (2007), summer-themed songs that have both been certified Platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.
Track titles are: "Here Comes K.H.," "Love Love Love," "Why," "Affair," "The Flower Is You," "Brighten Up," "K.O.L.," "Ladynapper," "Unfit in Love," "Wonderful World," "Turn off the Lights," "Rakuen 楽園," "Aoi Tori アオイトリ," "The Changing Same: Kawariyuku Kawaranaimono (変わりゆく変わらないもの)"
The same year they released a big-budget album "Tokyo Classic", which became Japan's first million-selling hip-hop album, with a sound compared to James Brown's soul and funk. Two singles from the album, "Funkastic" and "Rakuen Baby" collected MTV awards in 2003. "Super Shooter", featured as a B-side to their
For only 26,000 yen, one can order everything on Saizeriya's low price menu. This was done on the July 18, 2008 broadcast of Rankin no Rakuen, a variety show. Stores offer a number of alcoholic drinks and more than 10 types of wines. Saizeriya is the number one importer of Italian wine into Japan.
Following the conclusion of the story in volume 7 Ms. Watase appended an extra chapter, 'Bunny Heart', set in China about 900 AD. A young Chinese girl, Rakuen, retrieving water during a time of drought, met Nyozeka, and learned the Lotis word "Dana", water. Ms. Watase concludes the chapter by writing that this girl was an ancestor of Pai Mei-Lin.
An anime television series adaptation, produced by Dogakobo and directed by Tarō Iwasaki aired in Japan between April 7 and June 22, 2015. The series is written by Masahiro Yokotani and music is by Yoshiaki Fujisawa. Chief animation director Manamu Amazaki also designed the characters. The opening theme is by Hōkago Rakuen-bu (Juri Kimura, Saori Ōnishi and Ari Ozawa). The ending themes are by Juri Kimura for episodes 1 and 9 onwards, by Hōkago Rakuen-bu for episodes 2-7, and by Ari Ozawa for episode 8. The series is licensed in North America by Funimation, who simulcast the subtitled version as it aired and began streaming a broadcast dub version from June 9, 2015.
Later in the year, she released her debut EP, "Midori no Mori de Nemuru Tori", through her site. In the next few years, she releases many works through her site, mostly instrumental albums performed with a music box. Her first full-length album "Haikyo to Rakuen" (2003) topped the charts at Japanese independent music download site Muzie for 24 months. In the same year, she worked on the soundtrack for the independent game "Hanakisō," her first major game-related work.
Ceui made her major debut on Lantis' MellowHead music label brand with the release of her first single "Madoromi no Rakuen" in February 2007. Ceui would release one more single in 2007, "Mellow Melody", followed by another in 2008, "Kamigami no Uta". Ceui released five more singles in 2009, as well as her debut album "Glassy Heaven" in July 2009. Her ninth single "Truth Of My Destiny" was released in 2010.
On July 21, 2010, Creature Creature's second studio album "Inferno" was released and throughout this and next year they held the smaller Purgatory, Inferno, and Paradise tours. The single "Psyche Telos" was released on June 12, 2011 by Psyche Records, a record label owned by Morrie. In September they went on the Exorcising Orpheus tour, and released a live concert video of the same name recorded at the Paradise tour finale. In June and August 2012, the singles "Rakuen/Ataraxia" and "Kurumeki/Sexus", as well as the Sodom and Gomorah tour, were followed by the release on October 17 of the band's third studio album "Phantoms".
Need Your Love is the sixth album from the Japanese band Do As Infinity. It was released on February 16, 2005. The first (pre-album) single release from "Need Your Love" was "Rakuen", also featured in the fourth movie in the "InuYasha" anime series. Several other songs from the album, including "For the Future" and "Be Free", have been featured on Japanese television, as well as "Yotaka no Yume" being featured as the opening theme of "Zoids Genesis". Five different editions of this album were released, CD, CD+DVD, CD+DVD+T-shirt Van design, CD+DVD+T-shirt Ryo design, and SACD.
In 1997, The Yellow Monkey came back with the album that is considered their magnum opus, "Sicks". This album brought a different sonority compared to the two previous works. It was a mix of their current sound combined with that of their first albums. Bringing more complex and mature songs, "Sicks", was an amazing critical success and repeated the sales of the previous album. The main characteristic of the record is the concern of the band with the arrangements, which becomes more evident already in the first track, "Rainbow Man". The only single of the album was "Rakuen", which was successful and is still one of their best known songs. Despite being a concise album, whose songs are all equivalent in quality, there are three songs that made the album legendary. The first one is the already cited "Rakuen", with a strong chorus. The second is the ballad "Jinsei no Owari (for Grandmother)", considered by many as the best ballad by The Yellow Monkey. The third song is the long eight-minute epic, "Tengoku Ryokou", again considered among the best songs of the group.
Six/Nine is the eighth studio album by the Japanese rock band Buck-Tick. It was released in a clear purple case on May 15, 1995 through Victor Entertainment. It peaked at number one on the Oricon chart and has sold 240,000 copies worldwide. Issay (Der Zibet) provides vocals for "Itoshi no Rock Star". "Rakuen (Inori Koinegai)" caused controversy because some of the lyrics were lifted from the Qur'an. Later, the album was re-issued with the offending part removed on September 21, 1995 in a clear case. It was digitally remastered and re-released on September 19, 2002, with a bonus track. The album remastered once again and released on September 5, 2007 in a clear red case.
Around the early 2000s, the first magazines specifically dedicated to "yuri" manga were launched, containing stories dealing with a wide range of themes: from intense emotional connections such as that depicted in "Voiceful", to more explicit school-girl romances like those portrayed in "First Love Sisters", and realistic tales about love between adult women such as those seen in "Rakuen no Jōken". Some of these subjects are seen in male-targeted works of this period as well, sometimes in combination with other themes, including mecha and science fiction. Examples include series such as "Kannazuki no Miko", "Blue Drop", and "". In addition, male-targeted stories tend to make extensive use of moe and bishōjo characterizations.
The seven Blu-ray compilation volumes ranked in the top 15 on Japan's Oricon weekly Blu-ray sales chart for animation: Volume one ranked at No. 1, volume two ranked at No. 6, volume three ranked at No. 9, volume four ranked at No. 4, volume five ranked at No. 10, volume six ranked at No. 13, and volume seven ranked at No. 3. The opening and ending theme song single "Bravely You / Yakeochinai Tsubasa" debuted at No. 4 on Japan's Oricon weekly singles chart, selling over 23,000 copies in its first week of sales. How-Low-Hello's single "Rakuen Made / Hatsunetsu Days" debuted at No. 9 on the Oricon singles chart, selling about 9,300 copies in its first week of sales. How-Low-Hello's album "Smells Like Tea, Espresso" debuted at No. 12 on the Oricon albums chart, selling about 9,500 copies in its first week of sales. Zhiend's single "Trigger" debuted at No. 11 on the Oricon singles chart, selling about 14,000 copies in its first week of sales. Zhiend's album "Echo" debuted at No. 4 on the Oricon albums chart, selling about 10,300 copies in its first week of sales. The "Charlotte Original Soundtrack" debuted at No. 9 on the Oricon albums chart, selling about 6,600 copies in its first week of sales.