Synonyms for satomi_ishihara or Related words with satomi_ishihara

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Examples of "satomi_ishihara"
Sawa Aoki
Yukie Sato
Chiharu Yano
Satomi Ishihara
Yumi Ishino
Aika Kameoka
Azusa Kawai
Azusa Masuko
Yuka Watanabe
"Hitomi no Screen" was used as the theme song for the drama "Hidarime Tantei EYE" starring Hey! Say! JUMP member Ryosuke Yamada, Kanjani Eight's Yu Yokoyama, and actress Satomi Ishihara.
he then went to visit various locations for the latest fashion and design scenes in Japan. In 2003, he signed a contract with Nishiwaki’s fashion company, Ninita, as a textile designer. His clothing designs were loved by many popular Japanese actresses; Aoi Miyazaki, Masami Nagasawa, Kyoko Fukada and Satomi Ishihara have worn his designs.
The film stars Toma Ikuta (24) as Ōba Yōzō, a young man who finds it hard to relate to the world around him, but masks this sense of alienation with a jovial demeanor. Still, his life spirals toward self-destruction. Actress Satomi Ishihara (22) plays one of the several women in his life, and the only one he marries.
On 18 January 2010 Horipro confirmed Hideo Nakata as director of the film adaptation of the 2007 mystery novel "Inshite Miru" ("The Incite Mill") by Honobu Yonezawa. Shooting began in March 2010. Tatsuya Fujiwara, Haruka Ayase and Satomi Ishihara were cast in the leading roles. Satoshi Suzuki wrote the screenplay.
Sakuraba Junko (Satomi Ishihara), an English language school teacher, is a 28 year-old with dreams of working in New York. One day, she causes an embarrassing accident when she encounters a handsome Buddhist priest during a funeral service at a temple. Hoping never to meet him again, she is later deceived by her family and made to go for a matchmaking session. The other party is none other than that priest, Hoshikawa Takane (Tomohisa Yamashita).
Shimizudani is the origin school of the "School uniform" in Osaka. The Sailor suit style uniform is called "Shimizudani blue", and designed with three line of bright white by a light blue collar cover. "Shimizudani blue" is very popular in Japan, and appeared in the TV drama Asadora ("Morning Drama") on NHK (Japan's National Broadcasting Corporation) many times. Miho Kanno, Juri Ueno, Satomi Ishihara wore "Shimizudani blue".
In December 2006, director Christophe Gans said that he had "Onimusha" lined up to film. The film, budgeted at over $70 million, was to begin production in China in February 2008 for a December 2009 release. It was reported that Takeshi Kaneshiro would be in the movie, reprising his role as Samanosuke. Hadida had to delay the filming of "Onimusha", which has resulted in the film's Japanese cast working on other film projects during the delay, and being unavailable to start filming "Onimusha". These factors meant that Gans would direct an adaptation of Leo Perutz's novel "The Swedish Cavalier" first. Satomi Ishihara and Tsuyoshi Ihara remained attached to the project.
His anime, manga, and TV depictions tend to be as a handsome young man, sometimes a bishōnen. The Latin American dub of "Rurouni Kenshin", even mistook Okita for a woman. In fact, in a 1991 movie, "Bakumatsu Jūnjōden" (幕末純情伝), he is portrayed as a boyish woman. In a 2003 theatrical production of the same name (which has been renewed every few years), (s)he's been portrayed over the years by actresses such as Ryoko Hirosue, Satomi Ishihara, Mirei Kiritani, and Rena Matsui.
Sing You is the fourth mini-album from Japanese singer Emi Tawata but the first under the label Sony Music Entertainment. It is the first release after 2 years. There are 2 different version available: A limited CD+DVD version and a CD-only version. In the music video of ""Ne"", Japanese actress Satomi Ishihara, who was part of the Romeo&Juliet play in Japan 2012, plays the lead role. In the chorus of the third song on the album, ""Namida ga Deta"", Japanese singer-songwriter Hanah supports the background vocals.
Tachibana also appeared in major theatrical plays. In 2008, he was cast in a controversial revival of the theatrical play titled, "Bakumatsu Junjou-den". It is a play with gender bending themes set in the eve of the Meiji era where the Shinsengumi existed. He starred with Satomi Ishihara and Takarazuka star Tsubasa Makoto. In 2010, he was cast in another major theatrical play titled Samurai 7. The play was based on the anime television series Samurai 7 which was adapted from Akira Kurosawa's critically acclaimed movie, The Seven Samurai.
Principal photography began on September 1, 2015, with a large on-location film shoot at Kamata station in Tokyo under the working title "Shin Gojira". On September 23, 2015, Toho revealed the film's official title as "Shin Gojira" and that the film will star Hiroki Hasegawa, Yutaka Takenouchi, and Satomi Ishihara. Producer Akihiro Yamauchi stated that the title "Shin Gojira" was chosen for the film due to the variety of meanings it conveys, such as either "new", "true", or "God". Yamauchi also confirmed that the film has been planned for quite some time, stating, "It's been in the works a long time. It's not like it was produced just because of the Hollywood Godzilla".
At home, Fuko experiences nightmares of Nagi and Takanori attacking her. She contemplates killing Nagi by throwing her into the sea, but decides not to. She meets Takanori and, after urging him to help Nagi, he shows Fuko that Akane (Satomi Ishihara) is still alive, albeit in a comatose state. He tells Fuko that since Sadako attempted to be reborn through Akane in the first film, Akane has allowed herself to be possessed by Sadako so she can fight her from the inside. Eventually, Akane became pregnant and delivered Nagi, but she can never reunite with her mother again lest Sadako be reborn. Takanori also reveals that Nagi is not responsible for the deaths.
Saeko Takahashi is the second main character, and she is the love interest of Sota Koyurugi. When she was a senior student in the same high school as Sota Koyurugi, she used to date only the handsome boys. Saeko Takahashi is known to be interested in fashion, makeup, and chocolate. When she meets Sōta Koyurugi again, she breaks his heart by telling him that she is getting married to an older man who works for a publishing company. She asks Sota to make her wedding cake and desserts because she wants to sound out Sota's love to her. Despite not displaying any romantic love towards him, she seems to continue to encourage Sota's desire and obsession, taking his unconditional love for granted and remains possessive of him. She is played by Satomi Ishihara in the drama.
Kaneshiro's work, however, is more heavily concentrated in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In 2008 and 2009 he starred in "Red Cliff", a high budget film by Hong Kong director John Woo. He has also played the romantic lead in Zhang Yimou's "House of Flying Daggers", and starred alongside Jet Li and Andy Lau in "The Warlords". Kaneshiro has also become well known in the video game industry portraying the samurai warrior Samanosuke in Capcom's "Onimusha". In a June 2007 article on the film site Ain't It Cool News, it was revealed that Kaneshiro was going to be in the "Onimusha" film, reprising his role as Samanosuke and for a 2011 release, but that project was derailed. The producer Samuel Hadida had to delay the filming of "Onimusha", which has resulted in the film's Japanese cast working on other film projects during the delay, and being unavailable to start filming. These factors were enough that French director Christophe Gans will now direct an adaptation of Leo Perutz's novel "The Swedish Cavalier" first, taking over the reins from Gilles Mimouni. Satomi Ishihara and Tsuyoshi Ihara remain attached to the project.
Ikuta's rise to fame brought about another project; this time a double-lead with Arashi's leader Satoshi Ohno, in the Japanese adaptation of the Korean drama "Mawang". The drama, called "Maō", is about a lawyer, Ryo Naruse (played by Ohno) who seeks to avenge the death of his younger brother several years ago. On the other hand, Serizawa Naoto is the brash and impulsive detective (played by Ikuta), who is atoning for the grave, juvenile crime he had committed in the past. In October 2008, Ikuta was back on stage again, playing the role of "Danny" in the Japanese version of the musical "Grease". January 2009 marked Ikuta's first ever appearance in Fuji TV's peak slot for dramas, Ishimatsu Ryosuke, an intern forensics specialist in the serial drama "Voice", along with Eita and Satomi Ishihara. Following his streak of solo projects, Ikuta was again named to star in a Fuji TV drama even while Voice was airing, this time a lead role in the timely jury drama "Majo Saiban: The Witch Trial", for the TV station's spring 2009 late night Saturday drama. He plays Yoshioka Tōru, a freeter who was chosen as one of the members of the jury that will participate in the trial of a woman accused of killing her husband. Foul play comes into the picture as the members of the jury begin to be threatened. When the life of one of the jury members, a housewife (played by Ai Kato) is also endangered, Tooru tries to help. This raises suspicions with his girlfriend (played by Manami Higa) who becomes afraid Tooru might be cheating on her. Thus begins Tōru's lone search for the truth. The drama aired on April 25, 2009, a month before the jury system was to be implemented in Japan.
The films starts with young Ichi's wife (Satomi Ishihara) being murdered by Toraji (Sosuke Takaoka), the cowardly art loving son of a yakuza boss. Following her death, Zatoichi (Shingo Katori) returns to his hometown, where he hopes to resume a normal life under the guise of farmer with his friend Ryuji (Takashi Sorimachi). However, the same group of yakuza plan to change Ichi's hometown into a harbor, and start exploiting local peasants for money. Ryuji's land deeds are taken and ransomed at a high price, so Ichi uses his gambling skills to win the money for the deeds. This unveils his identity as the infamous Zato Ichi which the Yakuza don't like and burn down the house. The villagers draft a Tanran scroll to present to a passing official asking for assistance. However having Zato Ichi, a wanted criminal, in the village would not work in their favor so they devise a plan to dispose of him. They give him a blank scroll to "deliver" to the officials and lead him on a dangerous path sending the yakuza after him. However, he realizes it is the wrong path and makes it to the officials. His betrayal is revealed when he shows the blank scroll to the officials and they are insulted and leave. Ichi takes the responsibility of getting rid of the yakuza on himself, going to the yakuza headquarters and killing the boss. However he is shot by Toraji and stabbed by one of the Yakuza minions. Crawling on hands and feet he goes to the beach where he presumably dies reuniting with his wife in the next life.