Synonyms for sachiko_kobayashi or Related words with sachiko_kobayashi

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Examples of "sachiko_kobayashi"
When Sachiko Kobayashi was 9 years old in 1963, she became the champion of "Uta Mane Tokuhon (歌まね読本)", and was scouted by famous Japanese composer and guitarist Masao Koga. Although Sachiko Kobayashi was only a grade four student, her voice was said to be exactly like well-known Japanese enka singer Hibari Misora.
, is a Vocaloid 4 vocal. Her samples are based on Japanese female voice actress, actress, and one of the leading enka singers in Japan, Sachiko Kobayashi.
One year later, Sachiko Kobayashi and her family left their hometown, Niigata, Niigata and headed to Tokyo where Sachiko released her debut song, "Usotsuki Kamome (ウソツキ鴎)".
Sachiko is a Japanese female Vocaloid from Yamaha, released on July 27, 2015. The voice actor is the Enka singer Sachiko Kobayashi. She came with a special plug-in for Vocaloid 4 called "Sachikobushi." This adjusts VSQx files to make her sing like her provider.
The Japanese opening song is "The Rivals" by Rica Matsumoto. The ending songs are "Type: Wild" by Rica Matsumoto, "Pokemon Ondo" by Sachiko Kobayashi, Koffing, and Ekans for one episode, and "Riding on Lapras" by Mayumi lizuka. The English opening song is "Pokemon World" by Russell Velazquez.
The opening theme is "Never Say Never" by TKDzZb with rapping provided by Jas Mace and Marchitect (aka The 49ers) and Tribeca, whilst the ending theme is by Suzumu feat. Soraru. The opening theme for episode one is "Danganronpa" by Masafumi Takada whilst the opening theme for episode four is by Sachiko Kobayashi featuring Monokuma (Nobuyo Ōyama). The ending theme for episode 13 is by Megumi Ogata.
In 1979, her song "Omoide Sake (おもいで酒)" became the best seller of the year, winning the 21st Japan Record Awards, and causing her to be popular again. As a result, she was asked to take part in the illustrious annual end-of-year music show "Kōhaku Uta Gassen". After 1979, Sachiko Kobayashi became considered one of the most famous enka singers in Japan until now.
Young enka singer Yukio Hashi appeared in 1960, Saburō Kitajima in 1962 and Harumi Miyako in 1964. Sachiko Kobayashi debuted with the 1964 single at the age of only 10. The most well-known and beloved performer of enka is Hibari Misora (1937–1989), known as the "Queen of Enka" and "Queen of Shōwa" for the period in which she lived and was celebrated. Misora's song "Yawara," composed by Masao Koga, won the grand prix award at the 1965 Japan Record Award. Masaru Matsuyama also made his debut in 1965, but was not able to achieve commercial success and changed his stage name to Hiroshi Itsuki in 1971.
In music, the 36th Kōhaku Uta Gassen was won by the Red Team (women). They were: Hidemi Ishikawa, Naoko Kawai, Teresa Teng, Kyōko Koizumi, Yoshie Kashiwabara, Hiromi Iwasaki, Akina Nakamori, Rumiko Koyanagi, Naoko Ken, Nobue Matsuhara, Yū Hayami, Seiko Matsuda, Tomoyo Harada, Miyuki Kawanaka, Kyoko Suizenji, Chiyoko Shimakura, Aki Yashiro, Sayuri Ishikawa, Sachiko Kobayashi and Masako Mori. Masahiko Kondō won the Japan Music Awards and the Nippon Television Music Festival. Akina Nakamori won the 27th Japan Record Awards and the FNS Music Festival with the song "Meu amor é". The May edition of the Yamaha Popular Song Contest was won by ROLL-BACK with the song "You & Me Tonight".
The Japanese opening song is "Aim to be a Pokemon Master" by Rica Matsumoto. The ending songs are "One Hundred Fifty-One" by Unsho Ishizuka and Pokémon Kids, "Meowth's Song" by Inuko Inuyama, "Fantasy in My Pocket" by Sachi & Juri, "Pokemon Ondo" by Sachiko Kobayashi, Koffing, and Ekans, and "Type: Wild" by Rica Matsumoto. The English opening song is "Pokémon Theme" by Jason Paige, while each episodes close with the PokéRAP, which contains 5 different versions (each profiling about 30 Pokémon for a total of 150).
Mikawa was born in Suwa, Nagano as . He recorded a number of hit songs as a male "enka" singer in the 1960s and 1970s. The most well-known of his songs include "Sasoriza no Onna" and "Yanagase Blues". His career went into decline in the mid-1970s, but revived about 10 years later when he adopted his current style. He makes frequent appearances on TV talk and variety shows, and is also known as a regular performer on "Kōhaku Uta Gassen", the popular New Year's Eve music show. One of the highlights of that show is his annual contest with "enka" singer Sachiko Kobayashi for the most elaborate costume.
, is a name of a costumed character played by Tomoaki Imakuni and created for the promotion of "Pokémon" series related products and services. Imakuni? appeared in many promotional live events conducted in Japan between 1997 and 2002, although his appearance in front of public has declined since. His name is also credited in many of the "Pokémon" series songs, which can be found in the more than ten releases of CDs. In one of the releases in 1998, Imakuni? participated as one of the trio members of a one-time session group dubbed "Suzukisan", in which he sang together with popular enka singer Sachiko Kobayashi and Raymond Johnson. Imakuni? also appears sometimes as an enemy with his own personal trading card devoted to him in the "Pokémon Trading Card Game" series.
In music, the 33rd Kōhaku Uta Gassen was won by the Red Team (women). They were: Junko Mihara, Naoko Kawai, Aming, Mizue Takada, Seiko Matsuda, Kyoko Suizenji, Sugar, Naoko Ken, Los Indios and Sylvia, Mina Aoe, Chiyoko Shimakura, Mieko Makimura, Ikue Sakakibara, Rumiko Koyanagi, Junko Sakurada, Miyuki Kawanaka, Hiromi Iwasaki, Masako Mori, Sayuri Ishikawa, Sachiko Kobayashi, Aki Yashiro and Harumi Miyako. Hiromi Iwasaki won the Nippon Television Music Festival and the Japan Music Awards with her song "Madonna tachi no lullaby". The Japan Record Award was won by Takashi Hosokawa with his song "Kita Sakaba". The May edition of the Yamaha Popular Song Contest was won by Aming with their song "Matsuwa". Seiko Matsuda won the FNS Music Festival with "Nobara no Etude".
In December 2012, Kadokawa Shoten's "Newtype" magazine announced that there would be an anime television series adaptation of the game, titled "Danganronpa: The Animation", produced by Lerche and directed by Seiji Kishi. The final Blu-ray/DVD volume, released on February 26, 2014, contains an extended final episode. The series aired in Japan on MBS' Animeism programming block between July 4, 2013 and September 26, 2013. The series is licensed in North America by Funimation, who simulcast it as it aired and will release the series on BD/DVD on November 10, 2015, featuring a different English dub cast from the game, while Manga Entertainment released the series in the United Kingdom on November 9, 2015. The opening theme is "Never Say Never" by TKDz2b with rapping provided by Jas Mace and Marchitect (aka The 49ers) and Tribeca, whilst the ending theme is by Suzumu feat. Soraru. The opening theme for episode one is "Danganronpa" by Masafumi Takada whilst the opening theme for episode four is by Sachiko Kobayashi feat. Monokuma. The ending theme for episode 13 is by Megumi Ogata.