Synonyms for sho_sakurai or Related words with sho_sakurai

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Examples of "sho_sakurai"
"Aozora Pedal" was used as the theme song for the movie "Honey and Clover" starring Arashi member Sho Sakurai, Yū Aoi and Yūsuke Iseya.
"Tomadoi Nagara" was used as the theme song for the drama starring Arashi member Sho Sakurai in his first lead role.
"Happiness" was used as the theme song for the drama "Yamada Tarō Monogatari" starring Arashi members Kazunari Ninomiya and Sho Sakurai.
The Family Game was adapted into a TV series in 2013 by Fuji TV, starring Sho Sakurai as the tutor Kōya Yoshimoto.
She is a big fan of Arashi's Sho Sakurai, Idoling!!!'s Mai Endo, and AKB48's Haruka Shimazaki to gather attention from active female idols.
Japanese pop singer Sho Sakurai of Arashi re-wrote the rap lyrics in Japanese language and performed his cover version at his solo concert in 2006.
The television series features actress/model Keiko Kitagawa as the young detective Hosho Reiko and Sho Sakurai as the butler Kageyama. Keiko Kitagawa is well-known for her portrayal of Sailor Mars in the live action of "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon" and as Yumi Honma in the 2006 comedy "The Mamiya Brothers." Sho Sakurai is the rapper in the group Arashi and is also known for his role as Bambi in "Kisarazu Cat's Eye."
A solo song by Sho Sakurai with hip hop and rock influence. The song addressed his feelings towards the anti Johnny's as well as typical public perception towards idols. Pyrotechnics was used at the end of the performance.
"Sakura Sake" was used as an image song for the enrichment cram school Johnan Yobiko, which featured Arashi member Sho Sakurai as the spokesperson and promoter of education for Japan's youth.
Sakurai co-wrote the lyrics of six songs on the August 2010 Arashi album "Boku no Miteiru Fūkei". These songs are "Movin' On," "Mada Ue o", "Taboo" (Sho Sakurai solo), "Let Me Down," "Sora Takaku", and "Summer Splash!".
"Love Me Back" was created as the theme for the Japanese television drama "Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de" on Fuji-TV. The drama is based on the novel of the same name, written by Tokuya Higashikawa. The series features Keiko Kitagawa as Hosho Reiko and Sho Sakurai as Kageyama
In 2009, Friedman appeared on "The Quiz Show", a Japanese TV drama starring Sho Sakurai as a guest professor. On January 4, 2014, Friedman took part in New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 8 in Tokyo Dome event, playing Hiroshi Tanahashi to the arena.
"Power of the Paradise" was used as the theme song for NTV's news coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics on NTV, which featured member Sho Sakurai as the main newscaster. This is the sixth time the group has provided the theme song for NTV's news coverage of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.
"To Be Free" is a song recorded by Japanese boy band Arashi. It was released on July 7, 2010 by their record label J Storm. The song was used as a theme song for the commercials for Mitsuya Cider which starred Arashi member Sho Sakurai. Only one version of the physical single was released, containing the song's instrumental track and a DVD.
Tsubasa Imai was born in Fujisawa, Japan, on October 17, 1981. Among his colleagues, he is known as a very talented dancer. His close friends among those in Johnny Entertainment agency are Hideaki Takizawa, Tsuyoshi Domoto, Toma Ikuta and Sho Sakurai. His nicknames are Tsuba and Imai-kun. He is an avid fan of the Japanese baseball team, the Yokohama BayStars.
"Endless Game" is the 41st single released by Japanese boyband Arashi. "Endless Game" was used as the theme song for the drama "Kazoku Game" starring Arashi member Sho Sakurai. It was the 10th best-selling single in Japan in 2013, with 557,217 copies.
"a Day in Our Life" was used as the theme song for the drama Kisarazu Cat's Eye starring member Sho Sakurai. The song was also used as the theme song for a TBS variety show, USO!? Japan, which featured all members of Arashi.
As soon as the filming for "DareKiss" ended, Horikita had gone on to appear in two television dramas: "Atashinchi no Danshi" in 2009 as an adoptive mother of six young men (played by Jun Kaname and Mukai Osamu among others) and "Tokujo Kabachi!!" in 2010 as an administrative scrivener opposite Arashi's Sho Sakurai.
"One" album is the group's first album to contain officially recorded solo songs of each member. The album contains the single "Sakura Sake", which was used for the commercial of Jōnan Kōko featuring member Sho Sakurai as the spokesperson. The regular edition contains a bonus track, while the limited edition contains a DVD and a 32-page booklet.
The album contains the singles "Tomadoi Nagara", theme song for the drama "Yoiko no Mikata" starring Sho Sakurai and a new version of "Pikanchi", the theme song for the movie "Pikanchi: Life is Hard Dakedo Happy", which all five members of the group co-starred in.