Synonyms for soshite or Related words with soshite

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Examples of "soshite"
Examples of conjunctions: そして "soshite" 'and then', また "mata" 'and then/again', etc.
Sakurai's acting debut was in the play "Soreiyu" in May 2016. Later in July her first drama appearance was in Nippon TV's "Soshite, Dare mo inaku natta".
He released the two popular singles "Soshite Omae ni Deaeta Dake De" and "Muteki na Smile". Naozumi's single "Ashita No Kioku" was used as an opening theme for Black Blood Brothers.
Yamazaki is featured in "Peacemaker Kurogane" (anime/manga), "Soshite, Haru no Tsuki", "Kaze Hikaru" (manga), "Getsumei Seiki" (manga), "Shinsengumi!" portrayed by Jun Hashimoto, "Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi" (video game series) and "" (anime/otome game). He is also depicted in the 1999 film "Gohatto".
The seventh and final film, "Dai-nanashō: Soshite Kan wa Iku" (Chapter 7: "And Now the Warship Comes") featuring episodes 23-26 was released in Japanese theaters on August 24, 2013. Unlike the previous episodes (other than the first one), they first aired on TV before the Blu-ray and DVD volumes were released on October 25, 2013.
In eleventh-grade, she won a prize short story contest for young girls' magazine "Jogakusei no Tomo". After selling her short story "Yomigaeri, Soshite Natsu wa" to the magazine when she was 19 years old, she decided to become a full-time writer.
In 2006, Takasugi made her first live performance at "Rhythm Nation 2006" sponsored by Avex, playing a cover of Yoshiyuki Osawa's "Soshite Boku wa Tohō ni Kureru". The song was later released promotionally on the radio and other media. Takasugi became part of Rhythm Zone, a sub-label of Avex specialising in urban music.
Eriko released her second photobook, "Kokoro no Uta: Musuko to Ayunda 4 Nenkan, Soshite Korekara", on 14 February 2009. Her new album, "Utagoe", was released on April 29. Her ex-husband, Shogo, composed the songs "Kanna" and "Hana Uta" for the album. "Utagoe" debuted at #31, selling 3,882 copies in its first week. On 10 May, which was Mother's Day, Eriko received a 'Best Mother' award for the second annual 'Best Mother Awards in 2009' in Japan.
In 1989, Minamino switched talent agencies, moving from S1 Company to the private Southern Field agency. In the 1992 film "Kantsubaki", she made her first nude appearance, closely followed by her second in "Watashi o Daite, Soshite Kiss-shite" that same year. Minamino was nominated for the 16th Annual Japan Academy Prize for "Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role" (basically "Best Actress") for her performances in both of these films.
In 1969, the group debuted with the 11th Japan Record Award-winning song "Nagasaki wa Kyou mo Ame datta". They enjoyed a highly successful career mainly during the first half of the 1970s, producing numerous hit singles including "Awazu ni Aishite", "Uwasa no Onna","Soshite, Kōbe", "Nakanoshima Blues" and "Tokyo Sabaku". They lost popularity after the departure of their frontman in the late 1980s, and their career went into hiatus after the band lineup was radically altered around the 1990s.
He is best known as the first lead vocalist of Hiroshi Uchiyamada and Cool Five, which was formed in 1967 and debuted in 1969 with the Japan Record Award-winning song "Nagasaki wa Kyō mo Ame Datta". As a frontman of the band, he spawned multiple hit singles such as "Awazu ni Aishite", "Uwasa no Onna","Soshite, Kōbe", "Nakanoshima Blues" and "Tokyo Sabaku" during the 1970s. In 1982, he released his first solo single "Yuki Ressha" composed and produced by Grammy-winning musician Ryuichi Sakamoto, and left the group five years later. During his solo career, he released only one top-20 hit "Himawari" in 2002, a ballad contributed by Masaharu Fukuyama. 
During the late nineties, Haruko began singing and doing live performances on the streets of Harajuku and Akihabara. She then debuted her single "Mail Me," a cover version of which appears in the movie "Suicide Circle" in 2000. Soon after, she debuted as a voice actress for her role as Komugi Nakahara in "Nurse Witch Komugi". In 2002, she paired with Masaya Koike to form the duo UNDER17 and together performed songs for adult and mainstream video games and anime. After their last album "Best Album 3 ~Soshite Densetsu e...~" and a live tour of the same name, UNDER17 separated in 2004 citing creative differences, and the two musicians have since gone their separate ways. She continued on with her solo singing career and in 2006, was signed under avex mode as a music composer and singer.
In Dramas, Yuto Nakajima starred in "Nobunaga Moyu" and "Keiji Ballerino", both released in January. He also starred as the lead role in the Japanese Adaptation of the Korean Drama Misaeng titled "HOPE". Kei Inoo also starred in the drama special for the drama "Doctor X" (released in July) and in "Soshite, Dare mo Inaku Natta". Ryosuke Yamada was also announced to star in the Fuji Television Getsuku drama "Cain and Abel". This was his first time starring in a romantic drama and his first time starring in a drama airing on Fuji Television, as all of his previous ones were aired on NTV. Filming began September 2016 and aired on October 17, 2016. He is reportedly one of the youngest actors to star in a Getsuku Drama.
The first four "Dragon Quest" installments were released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan and North America. The first two installments were released in Japan on NES and ported that same year to the MSX; all four games have been remade for newer systems. "Dragon Quest" was first released in Japan on May 27, 1986 and in North America as "Dragon Warrior" in August 1989. "Dragon Quest II Akuryo no Kamigami" was released in Japan in 1987 and in North America in 1990 as "". "Dragon Quest III Soshite Densetsu e..." was released in Japan in 1989 and North America as "Dragon Warrior III" in 1992. "" was released in Japan in 1990 and in North America in 1992 as "Dragon Warrior IV". A 2001 Japanese PlayStation remake of "Dragon Warrior IV" scheduled for the North American market was never released. The Nintendo DS remake of "Dragon Quest IV" was released in North America, Europe, and Australia under its original translated title; the European release removed the number from the title.