Synonyms for shiawase_ni or Related words with shiawase_ni

watashi_ga              soshite              watashi_wa              naritai              soredemo              yume_wo              sekai_wa              kimi_wo              anata_ga              nante              koi_wa              tameni              shiranai              ni_naritai              hoshii              ga_aru              ni_shite              ikenai              boku_ni              bokura_wa              namae              ni_natte              ichido              dekinai              anata_ni              suki_ni              nemurenai              dokusho              aitai              ja_nai              kimi_wa              utsukushii              kibun              kokoro_ni              ni_ikou              boku_ga              boku_wa              moeru              ippai              oshiete              koko_ni              dekiru              tsuki_ni              eien_ni              itsuka              omoi              nichiyōbi              daite              yume_miru              itsumo             



Examples of "shiawase_ni"
In 2004, he sang a backing vocal part in "Shiawase ni narou"(幸せになろう), a song by Japanese popular singer Hiromi Iwasaki.
In 2002, Yolanda Tasico became the first Filipino enka singer, going to Japan with his singles "Shiawase ni Naroo," "Nagai Aida," and many others.
Yamamoto was born in Fukuoka Prefecture. She started her career as an exclusive model for the women's fashion magazine CanCam in 2009. Two years later, she made her acting debut in the Fuji TV drama "Shiawase ni Narōyo".
In his book "Chūgoku wa Shakaishugi de Shiawase ni Natta no ka" ("Has Socialism Made China Happy?"), published by the PHP Institute in 2005, he argues that "The essence of the People's Republic of China is a feudalistic dynasty socialist in name only."
Shiawase ni tsuite Honki Dashite Kangaete Mita (幸せについて本気出して考えてみた) (English: "I Tried to Think About How Really Happy") is the eighth single released by the Japanese pop-rock band Porno Graffitti. It was released on March 6, 2002. In the single work is the longest title.
"Message" includes Ueto's previous singles "Message/Personal", "Kanshō/Mermaid", "Binetsu" and "Ai no Tame ni.". The album's initial track listing included a fourteenth track entitled "Shiawase ni Naru Yō ni" (幸せになるように "Wish You Happiness") but it was eventually scrapped and never released. The seventh track, "Taiyō to Tsuki", was initially called "Tonari ni Ite Hoshii" ("I Want You By My Side"), which is a line from the song's chorus. The second track, "Okuru Kotoba", is a cover of the Tetsuya Takeda-fronted folk band Kaientai's 1979 hit of the same name.
Glay Rare Collectives Vol. 1 and 2 are the third and fourth released collection albums from the Japanese rock band, Glay. Unlike Review and , these two double disc CDs feature all of the B sides from their singles that were released from their debut to "mata koko de aimashou" as well as some other songs originally used for different works and not featured in any of their albums or singles. The first volume features the original song "Shiawase ni naru, sono toki ni", while the second volume featured the then newly released song "Itsuka".