Synonyms for shiranai or Related words with shiranai
Examples of "shiranai"
" (誰も知らない, "Nobody Knows") is a Japanese-language song and the 44th single released by Japanese boyband Arashi. "Daremo
" was used as the theme song for the drama "Shinigami-kun" starring Arashi member Satoshi Ohno. It was the 12th best-selling single of the year in Japan, with 525,055 copies.
Three tracks of this album were used as the theme song for dramas starred by the Arashi members. These songs are "Bittersweet", "Guts!", and "Daremo
", used in dramas "Shitsuren Chocolatier", "Yowakutemo Katemasu", and "Shinigami-kun", respectively.
"The Digitalian" includes three of the group's previously released singles: "Bittersweet", "Guts!", and "Daremo
". This album also includes nine new songs plus five of each member's solo songs.
From August 2009 when Supercell released their debut single "Kimi no
Monogatari", it took Ryo about a month to compose a demo of "Sayonara Memories". Continuing from "Kimi no
Monogatari", Supercell again employed the vocalist Nagi Yanagi to sing "Sayonara Memories", though officially Yanagi is not a member of Supercell. After becoming a fan of the music composed by Ryo of Supercell, Yanagi contacted him and the two talked about someday collaborating. After being offered to be the singer for "Kimi no
Monogatari", it was decided that Yanagi would be the singer for Supercell's second album "Today Is A Beautiful Day" (2011). Previously, Ryo had used the Vocaloid singing synthesizer Hatsune Miku as the vocalist of Supercell's debut album "Supercell" (2009). In switching to a human singer, Ryo said "that although he loses absolute control over the tone of each and every phrase, working with a singer adds a human element that resonates better with listeners."
In 2009, she debuted for the second time under a major label, Universal Music Japan, with the single "Haru Sora," which was featured on the Nippon TV television show "Dare mo
Monogatari" was released in limited and regular editions on August 12, 2009 as a CD by Sony Music in Japan. The limited edition came bundled with a DVD containing the music video and TV commercial advertisement for "Kimi no
Monogatari", as well as bundled with stickers featuring characters from "Bakemonogatari" illustrated by Redjuice of Supercell. The song peaked at No. 5 on Japan's weekly Oricon singles chart, selling over 30,000 copies in its first week of sales. It stayed in the top 10 for the following week, peaking at No. 6, and charted for 66 weeks. "Kimi no
Monogatari" debuted and peaked on the "Billboard" Japan Hot 100 at No. 9. In January 2010, "Kimi no
Monogatari" was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for 100,000 full-track ringtone digital music downloads ("Chaku Uta Full"), and was again awarded a Gold Disc by the RIAJ in February 2010 for having exceeded 100,000 copies shipped in a single year.
As of 2007 Gontiti have recorded more than thirty original albums and compilations. Most of their recordings have been for Epic/Sony Records. The duo have also provided music for a number of Japanese films, most notably the 2004 Hirokazu Kore-eda film "Dare mo
," released in English-speaking countries as Nobody Knows.
The single was released in two editions: a limited edition including a bonus track and a bonus DVD with a music video for "Daremo
", and a regular CD only edition including two bonus tracks and karaoke tracks for all the songs. The limited edition also contains a 16-page booklet.
Arashi released their latest album, "The Digitalian", in October 2014. It contained 16 tracks, including "Bittersweet" from Matsumoto's drama "Shitsuren Chocolatier", "Guts!" from Ninomiya's drama "Yowakutemo Katemasu", and "Daremo
" from Ohno's drama "Shinigami-kun". Arashi hosted the 65th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen on New Year's Eve for their fifth consecutive year with actress Yuriko Yoshitaka.
It was the first release since Hoshino's hiatus after he suffered subarachnoid hemorrhage at the end of 2012. As of May 2013, it is ranked 2nd on the Oricon music charts. All three singles promoting the album reached the top 10 — "Film" placed at #4, "Yume no Soto e" at #8 and "
" at #5.
The missing words from Kyono's section are within this second set of brackets (these do not seem to be missing from the "P.O.P" release) – [Kurue kurue kurutte shimae!] Omae no koto nado
kara (the lyrics outside the brackets change but the first part is still missing each time)
After asking Yanagi to be the singer for "Kimi no
Monogatari", Supercell decided that Yanagi would be the singer for Supercell's second album "Today Is A Beautiful Day" (2011), though officially Yanagi is not a member of Supercell. In switching to a human singer, Ryo said "that although he loses absolute control over the tone of each and every phrase, working with a singer adds a human element that resonates better with listeners." After Ryo used Hatsune Miku for the demo of "Kimi no
Monogatari", he thought the vocal range would wear out any human singer, but was pleased to find Yanagi had just as wide a vocal range as Miku. After listening to Yanagi sing the song, Ryo realized just how difficult it was to sing, but he did not deliberately change the song during the creation process to make it easier on Yanagi's voice.
Ryo likes expressing human emotions in his music, so for "Today Is A Beautiful Day", he wanted to combine feelings such as lifelong experiences and memories. He describes the process as expressing each memory as an individual story. Ryo composed the songs on the album around the idea of starting and ending with "Kimi no
Monogatari" (literally: "The Story You Don't Know"). As such, the second track on the album is "Kimi no
Monogatari", and the final track "Watashi e" (literally: "To Me") uses the same tune. For "Kimi no
Monogatari", Ryo was offered to compose the ending theme song to the 2009 anime series "Bakemonogatari". Ryo did not want to copy the tone or style of the original "Bakemonogatari" novels, because he felt the author Nisio Isin would enjoy the song more if it was more original. Thus, Ryo wrote a different story after borrowing the general setting of the novels. While creating the album, Ryo thought it would be interesting if the first song on the album was the end of the story. The album's first track "Owari e Mukau Hajimari no Uta" (literally: "The First Song That Heads Toward the End") was composed with the image of starting with a flashback scene, diving into the past, and once again returning to the present.
During the production of the 2009 anime series "Bakemonogatari", Supercell was asked to compose what would later become the ending theme song "Kimi no
Monogatari". It was already decided that Supercell would release their debut album "Supercell" in March 2009, which used the Vocaloid singing synthesizer Hatsune Miku as the vocalist. In place of Miku, Supercell employed the singer Nagi Yanagi, a vocalist who had previously submitted cover versions of songs to the Nico Nico Douga video sharing website under the name Gazelle. "Kimi no
Monogatari" was the first release by Supercell to not use Miku as the vocalist. Yanagi was chosen for "Kimi no
Monogatari" by Ryo, who had been a fan of her voice even before uploading his own songs to Nico Nico Douga in late 2007. Roughly the next day after Ryo uploaded Supercell's first song "Melt" onto Nico Nico Douga in December 2007, Yanagi uploaded a cover of her singing the song. Yanagi, who was herself a fan of Ryo's music, contacted him and the two talked about someday collaborating.
The album includes "Watashi no,
, Watashi." and "Beautiful", which were included in her second compilation album, "All My Best", "Tomorrow Is the Last Time", which served as an ending theme to the anime series "Detective Conan", and her last two singles with the exception of the A-side "Eien Yori Nagaku". In support of the new album, Kuraki launched a 3-date promo tour in December which will stop in Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo.
The band took part in the first day of Luna Sea's Lunatic Fest at Makuhari Messe on June 27, 2015. Luna Sea bassist J joined them onstage for "Cold Edge". 9mm Parabellum Bullet released a quadruple A-side single, "Hangyaku no March/Dark Horse/Daremo
/Mad Pierrot", on September 9. They also contributed a cover to a November 2015 tribute album for The Telephones, "We are Disco!!! ~Tribute to The Telephones~".
Fire is the seventh Japanese single by South Korean boy group Shinee. The single was released on March 13, 2013, as their last release under EMI Music Japan. On April 4, 2013, EMI revealed that "Fire" will be the ending song for the channel TBS TV show, "Matsuko no
sekai (The world that is unknown to Matsuko)", starting from April 19 (Friday) 0:45~ that airs 1 hour special episode.
The Japanese The Japanese Don't Know (日本人の知らない日本語) or Nihonjin No
Nihongo is a collection of stories (in the form of comics) about a Japanese teacher and her students written by Takayuki Tomita and Umino Nagiko. It discusses the background of Japanese words and speech. There have been four paperback volumes as of August, 2013. It has also spawned a live action drama which aired on Yomiuri TV.
Sebastiano Serafini is an Italian singer, songwriter, actor, model working in different countries including Hong Kong, Japan, Italy and Germany, as well as Thailand - where he made an appearance as the final MC at the 2013 You2Play Awards. He played a recurring role as "otaku" Luca in the Japanese TV drama series "Nihonjin no
Nihongo", and was in the drama "Pompei" as the son of Girolamo Panzetta. He started modeling at the age of 15.
Five of the songs were used as theme songs for various media: "Kimi no
Monogatari" was used as the ending theme to the 2009 anime TV series "Bakemonogatari"; "Hero" was the theme song to Shueisha's manga magazine "Aoharu", a special edition version of "Young Jump"; "Love & Roll" was the theme song to the 2009 anime film "Cencoroll"; "Hoshi ga Matataku Konna Yoru ni" was used as the ending theme to Type-Moon's visual novel "Mahōtsukai no Yoru"; and "Utakata Hanabi" was used as the 14th ending theme for the "Naruto: Shippuden" anime series.
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