Synonyms for shouta_aoi or Related words with shouta_aoi
Examples of "shouta_aoi"
EVE is the debut album by Japanese singer
. The album was released in two formats: CD and DVD
The opening theme is "Zessei Stargate" (絶世スターゲイト; Matchless Stargate) by
, with the ending theme is performed by Ayaka Suwa and M.A.O.
In 2011, he returned as "
" represented by the agency S, and debuted as a voice actor for a minor character in the game "Black Robinia". In October, he voiced Ryunosuke Matsushita in the anime "Kimi to Boku" in which he also sang the soundtracks "Sora", "Tomorrow" and "Over".
Unlimited is the debut album by Japanese singer and voice actor
. The album was scheduled to be released on April 22, 2015. The album was released in three formats: Normal Edition (CD), Limited Edition A (CD + DVD) and Limited Edition B (CD + DVD). "Unlimited" contains the three singles "Virginal", "True Hearts", and "Himitsu no Kuchizuke", which were released in 2014.
The discography of
consists of four studio albums, and seven teen singles. He has also sung in more than 50 songs for game and anime soundtracks. Previously known as Showta, he debuted with his first single "Negaiboshi" in 2006.
"True Hearts" is the second single by Japanese voice actor
, released on August 6, 2014. It peaked at No. 13 on the Oricon Weekly Single's chart. The single contains another track, "Burning Magic", written by the artist himself. The single was released in three formats: Regular (CD), Limited A (CD+DVD) and Limited B (CD+DVD)
A Cero C PlayStation Vita game was released on September 21, 2016. The game was developed by HuneX and produced by Broccoli. In the game, the player takes the role of Kohana Aigasaki, whose name can be changed. The game features full voiced characters except for Kohana. The opening theme for the game is titled "Magical Flower" and is sung by Yūichirō Umehara, KENN, Yūki Ono, Wataru Hatano,
, and Takuya Eguchi under the name ArtiSTARs.
"Virginal" is the debut single by Japanese voice actor
, released on January 15, 2014. The track served as the ending song for the TV Asahi show "Break Out" in January 2014. The single peaked at No. 8 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart. The single contains another track, , written by the artist himself. The single was released in two formats: Regular (CD) and Limited (CD+DVD)
"Future Card Buddyfight" Triple D's first opening theme from episodes 1 to 27 was "Chronograph" by Natsuhiro Takaaki. The second opening theme from episode 28 to 51 is "DDD" by
. The first ending theme from episodes 1 to 27 was "Wakey☆Thump SHOOTER" by Sora Tokui. The second ending theme from episode 28 to 39 is "Yume no Hikari-kun no Mirai" by Aina Aiba. The third ending theme from episode 40 to 51 is "Unite (Live Forever)" by British duo Bars and Melody.
Blue Bird is the first mini-album by Japanese singer and voice actor,
. The mini-album was released on June 26, 2013. The album includes songs like "ブルーバード" ("Blue Bird"), which served as the ending song for the TV Asahi show "Break Out", "月下の華 (Gekka no Hana)" which served as theme song on the Ikemen Ooku drama CD and "愛のささめきごと (Ai no Sasameki Goto)" which serves as theme song for Sangokushi Lovers drama CD The album was released in two formats: Regular (CD) and Limited (CD+DVD)
"Ace of Diamond" is an anime series based on the manga by Yuji Terajima serialized in "Weekly Shōnen Magazine". The TV series was produced by Madhouse and Production I.G and began airing on October 6, 2013, on TX Network stations and later on AT-X. The episodes were simulcast in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Central and South America, Spain, Brazil, and Portugal by Crunchyroll with English and German subtitles. The series was initially planned to be 52 episodes but was extended and ended in March 2015. A second season started airing soon after on April 6, 2015 on TX Network stations and later on AT-X. Like its predecessor the episodes will be simulcast in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Central and South America, Spain, Brazil, and Portugal by Crunchyroll with English and German subtitles. The series has five openings and nine ending themes. From episodes 1-25 the opening theme is "Go EXCEED!!" by Tom-H@ck featuring Masayoshi Ōishi while the ending themes are "Seek Diamonds" by Yōko Hikasa and "Glory!" (グローリー！) by Suzuko Mimori. From episodes 26–51 the opening theme is "Perfect HERO" by Tom-H@ck featuring Masayoshi Ōishi while the ending themes are "Mirai e Tsunage" (未来へつなげ) by DŌP and "CLOUD NINE" by Ryota Ohsaka, Nobunaga Shimazaki, & Natsuki Hanae. From episodes 52–75 the opening theme is "Hashire! Mirai" (疾走れ！ミライ; Run Ahead Toward the Future!) by GLAY while the ending theme is "PROMISED FIELD" by Ryota Ohsaka, Nobunaga Shimazaki, & Natsuki Hanae. From episodes 79-88 the opening theme is "HEROES" by GLAY while the ending themes are "KIMERO!!" by OxT and "BLUE WINDING ROAD" by Ryota Ohsaka, Nobunaga Shimazaki, Natsuki Hanae,
, & Yoshitsugu Matsuoka. From episodes 89-current the opening theme is by GLAY while the ending themes are "BLOOM OF YOUTH" by OxT and "BRAND NEW BLUE" by Ryota Ohsaka featuring Masayoshi Ōishi of OxT.
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