Synonyms for satoshi_tsumabuki or Related words with satoshi_tsumabuki

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Examples of "satoshi_tsumabuki"
Satoshi Tsumabuki plays "Noboru", the manic depressive gang member. Yuko meets him through the Internet.
The cast includes Satoshi Tsumabuki as Kiyoaki Matsugae, Yūko Takeuchi as Satoko Ayakura, and Sosuke Takaoka as Shigekuni Honda.
In December 2014, a Japanese studio released a period drama called Vancouver Asahi starring Satoshi Tsumabuki and Kazuya Kamenashi.
The series was adapted as a live-action film written and directed by Jôji Iida, released in Japan in August 2003. It starred Satoshi Tsumabuki and Sayaka Kanda.
"Nada Sōsō" was nominated for Best Actor (Satoshi Tsumabuki) and Best Actress (Masami Nagasawa) for the 2007 Japanese Academy Awards. However, for the 2007 Bunshun Kiichigo Awards, "Nada Sōsō" was ranked 4th worst film and Masami Nagasawa as worst actress.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Navy is tracking the "I-507" with more than usual interest. A teenaged girl (Yu Kashi) is part of the master plan and one of the minisub pilots (Satoshi Tsumabuki) becomes her protector.
He became active as a popular reader model for the magazine "Tokyo Street News" during his high school years (synchronization models of the magazine also had Satoshi Tsumabuki, Tomohisa Yuge, Azusa Yamamoto, etc.)
The basic plotline sees a cross-class love story between Ai (Emi Takei), the daughter of a well-respected Tokyo family, and delinquent Makoto (Satoshi Tsumabuki) who is seeking the leader of a female gang.
In 1997, Fukatsu took the role of Sumire Onda in the "Bayside Shakedown" television series. She co-starred with Satoshi Tsumabuki in Lee Sang-il's 2010 film "Villain", for which she won the Best Actress award at the 34th Montreal World Film Festival. In 2011, she starred in Koki Mitani's "Once in a Blue Moon".
For much of the movie, the actor playing the hitman believes that he has been hired to play a part in a seemingly arcane gangster movie, and interacts with the other gangsters as though they are also hired actors. At times, this puts his employer (Satoshi Tsumabuki) in a precarious position.
Abandoned by his mother at an early age, Yuichi Shimizu (Satoshi Tsumabuki) is a young man who lives with and takes care of his grandparents in a decaying fishing village near Nagasaki. He works as a blue-collar day-labourer and leads a lonely life: his only real interest is his car.
Spring Snow starts in 1912, as Emperor Taishō begins his short reign and Japan's upper classes ("kazoku") are mimicking the tastes and manners of Europe's aristocrats. Among them are two children, Kiyoaki Matsugae (Satoshi Tsumabuki) who is the only son of the Marquess Matsugae and Satoko Ayakura (Yūko Takeuchi) who is the only daughter of the Earl Ayakura.
Notable among the cast are Tokio lead singer Tomoya Nagase, film star Ken Watanabe, and future stars Koyuki, Satoshi Tsumabuki, and Tomohisa Yamashita of Johnny's Jimusho idol group NEWS. The series is also credited for bringing up the profile of actor Yosuke Kubozuka.
For the film, Inudō was given the Minister of Education New Director Award for Fine Art, and Satoshi Tsumabuki won best actor awards from "Kinema Junpo" and from the Hochi Film Awards. The film was selected as the fourth best Japanese film of the year in the "Kinema Junpo" poll of film critics.
Boat (, translit. Boteu; , alt. title "No Boys, No Cry", formerly known as "House") is a 2009 film directed by Kim Young-nam and starring Ha Jung-woo and Satoshi Tsumabuki in the lead roles. It is a South Korean-Japanese co-production. The film charts the experiences and cross cultural friendship of a couple of smugglers.
When a low-level gangster (Satoshi Tsumabuki) is caught having an affair with his boss's wife (Eri Fukatsu), he pleads for his life by promising his boss (Toshiyuki Nishida) that he will recruit a famous hitman. When it quickly becomes apparent that he is never going to find the wanted hitman, he hires an actor (Kōichi Satō) to fill the role.
Born in 1988 in Kyushu, Kōji Seto grew up as the oldest child with two younger sisters. His childhood dream of becoming a vet changed suddenly with the end of his Junior High School time, when he watched with 15 years the TV series Orange Days. The praised drama and performance by Satoshi Tsumabuki inspired his wish to become an actor. After discussing his plans with his parents, they decided to support their son and enrolled him to a local acting school.
The song was used in commercials for the yobikō Toshin High School from the start of August 2010, and in September 2011 was added to the playable song list of the Konami arcade game "Jubeat Copious". In 2013, the song became the theme song for the film "Judge!", starring Satoshi Tsumabuki and Keiko Kitagawa. Sakanaction produced an original song for the film's ending credits, "Eureka", which was released as a single in 2013.
, also known as Children of Darkness, is a 2008 Japanese crime film written and directed by Junji Sakamoto based upon the book by the same name by Yang Sok-il. The film premiered on August 2, 2008 in Japan and stars Yosuke Eguchi, Aoi Miyazaki and Satoshi Tsumabuki. Due to its content, Bangkok International Film Festival pulled "Children of the Dark" from its 2008 film lineup, stating that it was “not appropriate for Thai society.”
From 2001 and 2003, she was known as "Mini Stop-chan", acting as the mascot for the Ministop convenience store chain commercials in Japan. She is the owner of a unique voice and has held a recital with upcoming star Satoshi Tsumabuki. Since November 2005, she has been on the "A&G Radio Show: Anisupa!" segment "Anisupa Kōnin Akujo Queen". Her major roles in anime include Maya Tōmi in "Fafner in the Azure", Chocolat Meilleure in "Sugar Sugar Rune", Miwako Sakurada in "Paradise Kiss", Kazamori Sasa in "Un-Go" and Diancie in "". In video games, she provides the voice of Rikku in "Final Fantasy X", "Final Fantasy X-2", and "Kingdom Hearts II". In live-action films, she portrayed herself in the Kôji Shiraishi-directed horror film "The Curse", and Yuka Morita in the Takashi Shimizu film "Reincarnation".