Synonyms for saki_fukuda or Related words with saki_fukuda

shota_matsuda              mirai_shida              asami_mizukawa              keiko_kitagawa              eri_fukatsu              maki_horikita              kyōka_suzuki              hiroshi_abe              suzu_hirose              saki_aibu              shinichi_tsutsumi              aoi_miyazaki              nana_eikura              haruka_ayase              yui_aragaki              kanako_higuchi              hiroko_yakushimaru              hiroshi_tamaki              masami_nagasawa              hiroyuki_nagato              kiichi_nakai              nanami_sakuraba              fumi_nikaidō              jun_kaname              juri_ueno              erika_toda              yoshiko_mita              manami_konishi              takumi_saito              yuki_uchida              kōichi_satō              kou_shibasaki              masaki_okada              yoshinori_okada              yui_ichikawa              yūko_takeuchi              ken_mitsuishi              misako_renbutsu              mirei_kiritani              asaka_seto              kumiko_aso              hiro_mizushima              takao_osawa              erika_sawajiri              emi_takei              miho_kanno              sosuke_ikematsu              takayuki_yamada              reiko_takashima              yuriko_yoshitaka             

Examples of "saki_fukuda"
"Maid Deka" was broadcast on TV Asahi in 11 episodes from June 26 to September 11, 2009. The series starred Saki Fukuda as maid Aoi Wakatsuki who is actually an undercover detective sent to investigate crimes at wealthy estates.
The manga was adapted into a ten-episode Japanese television drama, which was broadcast on TV Tokyo between July 18, and September 19, 2011. It starred Saki Fukuda as Haru Hoshino and Ayame Gōriki as Miwako Aihara, a girl that became a close friend of Hoshino. On November 25, 2011, all episodes were released on a DVD box set.
On December 1, 2002, he entered Johnny & Associates as a trainee. Later, he was put in the junior group Ya-Ya-yah and became the secondary lead vocalist after Kota Yabu. On September 21, 2007, he debuted and began performing as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP. In 2009, he graduated from Horikoshi High School alongside Taiyo Ayukawa and actress Saki Fukuda.
"Life" is Mika Nakashima's 23rd single, released on August 22, 2007. Within the first press it included a picture label. The song "Life" is best described as an adult contemporary pop/rock song, and was used as the theme song for the drama of the same name (which is itself based on a manga with that name), starring Kii Kitano (sometimes credited as Kie Kitano) and Saki Fukuda; the B-side "It's Too Late" was used for Kanebo Kate CM, which starred Nakashima herself.
After a battle between recording labels, the duo debuted on Warner Music Group with their 2007 single "Hello Hello". This was followed by their Shibuya, Tokyo, Apple Store performance and the subsequent EP "Live from Tokyo". On November 8, 2007, a few months after their second single "Manifesto" was released, Kōichi Tabo announced on their website that he stopped appearing on the stage to concentrate on composing the songs. Besides being active behind the scenes as Superfly’s composer & arranger, Tabo has also written music for artists such as Charice Pempengco, Mai Fukui, Yuna Ito, Maaya Sakamoto, BECCA, Saki Fukuda, and Asia Engineer. Later that month on November 28, 2007, Superfly released a single in collaboration with the Australian band Jet, titled "I Spy I Spy".
In the early stages of the program, people like Shin Koda, Akane Osawa, and Saki Fukuda became semi-regulars, and within the program they were dealt with as ""O-baka"," but beginning around the time of September 2006, when Mai Satoda became a semi-regular, the situation changed. She did not once beat the other regular guests in the preliminary test and came to monopolize the lowest ranking, and the ""Obaka tarento"" who had appeared to this point little by little stopped being treated as ""Baka"." Due to this, from all around the image of "Last Place = Satoda" became strong and it often became joke material. However, in 2007 guests at the same level or worse than Satoda - such as Takeshi Tsuruno, Yukina Kinoshita, Suzanne, Yusuke Kamiji, and Naoki Nokubo - became semi-regulars, and Satoda's monopolized status was reduced. From there, the six people - joined with Satoda - were called the "6-man "Baka" Group," and became featured performers on the show. In 2007, the CD debuts of the three women, as Pabo, and the three men, as Shuchishin (when together, the six-person group was called aladdin), were huge hits. Currently, they have moved from semi-regulars to become regulars, and have become popular tarento, become regulars on other shows as well.