Synonyms for suki_ni or Related words with suki_ni

soshite              kimi_wo              soredemo              anata_ga              yume_wo              bokura_wa              ga_aru              watashi_ga              shiawase_ni              omoi              naritai              daite              kimi_ga              yasashii              mienai              ni_naritai              hoshii              watashi_wa              shiranai              namida_wa              dekinai              dōshite              boku_ga              ni_shite              oshiete              kaze_ni              zutto              sagashite              mamotte              anata_ni              itsumademo              nemurenai              riyuu              wasurenai              ichido              koko_ni              yume_ni              kirei_na              kokoro_ni              utsukushii              tameni              suteki_na              boku_ni              shimattandarō              kureta              ikenai              haikei              dokusho              omoide_ni              yori_mo             



Examples of "suki_ni"
Her latest releases "Suki ni Naritai" and "Namida no Riyū" are exclusively available on iTunes Music Store. They are released under her independent label. Her first digital single, "Aoi Sora ga Mienai" was released on April 11, 2006, and was only available in Indie Rise. The single is from her second independent album, "Sora Iro no Nostalgie".
"Me to kaze no kioku" (“Memories of the eye and the wind”, 2012) collects essays published in "Yamagata Shinbun" () since 2006; "Dare omo sukoshi suki ni naru hi: Memekuri bōbiroku" (“Days when you come to like anyone a little: An image-turning aide-memoire”, 2015) collects essays published in "Bungakukai" () since 2011; "Kutsuzoku no herikata" (“Ways to wear down shoe rubber”, 2016) is a fourth collection.
On January 16, 2008, a week before the release of TVXQ's third Japanese studio album "T", the group released their first number-one song in Japan, "Purple Line". Their following singles "Beautiful You / Sennen Koi Uta" and "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" also debuted at number one on the weekly Oricon, and TVXQ became the first foreign artist to achieve three consecutive number-one singles in Japan.
Suki ni Naru Sono Shunkan o: Kokuhaku Jikkō Iinkai is an 2016 Japanese animated youth romance film directed by Tetsuya Yanagisawa, written by and produced by Qualia Animation. The film is based on Vocaloid songs from "Kokuhaku Jikkō Iinkai ~Renai Series~" by HoneyWorks. It is the second film based on "Kokuhaku Jikkō Iinkai ~Renai Series~" songs, following "Zutto Mae Kara Suki Deshita". It was released in Japan by Aniplex on 17 December 2016.
On January 16, 2008, a week before the release of TVXQ's third Japanese studio album "T", the group released their first number-one song in Japan, "Purple Line". Their following singles "Beautiful You / Sennen Koi Uta" and "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" also debuted at number one on the weekly Oricon, and TVXQ became the first foreign artist to achieve three consecutive number-one singles in Japan.
In 2004, Tanaka and Suzuki teamed with another Hello! Project Kids, Megumi Murakami, for the song "Suki ni Naccha Ikenai Hito", one of the coupling tracks on the H.P. All Stars' "All for One & One for All!" single. The track is credited to the individual participants, but many fans have informally referred to this grouping as "Aa! Version 2." Buono! and Aa! are often compared. Natsuyaki and Suzuki are noted to often be in groups together.
"Nagareboshi" was released alongside the song "" as a double A-side extended play for download only on 8 July 2015. The single was also released in high-resolution (24bit) on Mora and HD-Music.info on the same date. The extended play included the song "Ashita wa Motto Suki ni naru", which was used in Kirin Sekai no Kitchen commercials. A CD single was released on 29 August 2015 for limited rental in Tsutaya stores exclusively. This release included two bonus live recordings from Misia's 2 April 2014 concert at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall of the songs "Boku wa Pegasus Kimi wa Polaris" "One Day, One Life" (2014).
In September 2008, TVXQ released their fourth Korean studio album "Mirotic". The album's title single became one of TVXQ's biggest worldwide hits – it topped digital charts across most major Asian music markets, and became a signature song for the Hallyu. The group's fourth Japanese studio album "The Secret Code", released in March 2009, repeated "Mirotic's" success, spawning four number-one singles on the Oricon. The single "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" (2008) was the album's best-selling single, receiving a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) after only one week of release. It went on to receive two platinum certifications in digital downloads in 2014.
A short version music video of the Japanese-language rendition of the single entitled "Aru Suteki na Hi" was released on February 5, followed by the full music video on February 27. On March 4, Jung released "Aru Suteki na Hi: Japan Special Edition". Along with the aforementioned song, the album also includes the bonus track "Kimi wo Suki ni Natte Yokatta" with lyrics written by musician Takuro of rock band Glay. Jung performed at the Top Chinese Music Awards on April 13, where he earned the Media Recommended Overseas Artist Award for his solo effort.
On July 22, 2008, Tohoshinki became the first non-Japanese Asian artist to have three number one hits on the weekly Oricon singles chart, when their single "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" attained the number one position with weekly sales of 68,417 copies. After Tohoshinki's invitation and performance in the prestigious Japanese year-end music festival, Kōhaku Uta Gassen, the group saw a surge in sales yet again in 2009 as well as interest in the music video on online streaming sites from Japanese viewers.
During Otsuka's hiatus from music due to her pregnancy, a new song titled "Hikari" was made available for download on October 9, 2011, through her official mobile website "Love 9 Cube". On March 30, 2012, she released "Neko ga Suki ni natta Kirai na Neko", a series of two picture books about cats. Purchasers of the books had the chance to download another new song, called "Gomen ne". On September 9, 2012, she celebrated her 30th birthday and ninth anniversary in the music industry with "Love Is Born: 9th Anniversary 2012", her first series of concerts in two years, in which she held performances in Tokyo, Hyogo and Aichi.
Like their twenty-third Japanese single, "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?", two music videos were shot for "Stand by U": drama version and version with Tohoshinki's members. Both videos were shot by and the video features the members in a hotel. As the song was used as the theme song for Japanese mobile drama "Sweet Room", the music video features the characters of the first story "Last Love" starring Narimiya Hiroki as the male lead and Yukari Shiomi as the female lead.
Shortly before completing the T tour, TVXQ released their twenty-second Japanese single, "Beautiful You / Sennen Koi Uta". The latter track, "Sennen Koi Uta", was used as the opening theme for the historical Korean drama "The Legend" when it aired in Japan. Despite the drama's disappointing ratings, the single was a number-one seller, making TVXQ the first non-Japanese Asian performer to release two number-one singles in Japan, a record which was last held by Taiwanese artist Ou-yang Fei-fei twenty-four years prior. In July 2008, TVXQ released their twenty-third single, "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?", their third number-one single in Japan. They performed the single at Avex's 20th anniversary meeting and at A-Nation 2008, their fourth consecutive concert with Avex.
"Anata ni Smile :)" was performed in concert for the first time on 11 June 2015. The single was released alongside the song "Nagareboshi" as a double A-side extended play for download only on 8 July 2015. The single was also released in high-resolution (24bit) on Mora and HD-Music.info on the same date. The extended play included the song "Ashita wa Motto Suki ni naru", which was used in Kirin Sekai no Kitchen tea commercials prior to "Anata ni Smile :)". A CD single was released on 29 August 2015 for limited rental in Tsutaya stores exclusively. This release included two bonus live recordings from Misia's 2 April 2014 concert at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall of the songs "Boku wa Pegasus Kimi wa Polaris" and "One Day, One Life" (2014).
The first single that was released from the album was the double A-side, "Beautiful You/Sennen Koi Uta", on April 23, 2008. The single debuted at number-one on the Oricon singles charts. The second single was "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?", which was released on July 16, 2008. The third single was "", which was a Japanese language cover of their lead single from their fourth Korean studio album with the same name. Two singles were released in 2009: the triple A-side "Bolero/Kiss the Baby Sky/Wasurenaide" and the last single from the album, "Survivor". All of the singles were number-ones for the group except "Survivor", which came in at number three on the Oricon chart.
TVXQ are known for breaking numerous sales and attendance records in Japan. In 2008, with the release of their 16th Japanese single "Purple Line", TVXQ became the first foreign boy band and the second Korean artist after BoA to top the weekly Oricon Singles Chart in Japan. Their 23rd Japanese single "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" was TVXQ's third single to top the Oricon, hitting a record for a non-Japanese Asian music act in Japan. Their 29th Japanese single "Break Out!" released in 2010 was the fastest-selling single by a foreign act in Japan, breaking a record previously held by Elton John. Their greatest hits album "Best Selection 2010" was TVXQ's first album to debut atop the weekly Oricon Albums Chart and the first album by a foreign artist to sell over 400,000 copies in one week, breaking Bon Jovi's record fourteen years prior.
In 2002, Murakami successfully passed the Hello! Project Kids audition along with fourteen other girls. In 2003, she became a member of the largely inactive unit ZYX, and in 2004 she sang alongside Morning Musume member Reina Tanaka and Cute member Airi Suzuki on "Suki ni Nacha Ikenai Hito", one of the coupling tracks on the "All for One & One for All!" EP, making her one of only seven girls to be chosen from the entirety of Hello! Project to sing on a separate track. Murakami also appeared on multiple occasions as a backing dancer for other Hello! Project acts. In 2004, she appears on the Maki Goto's videoclip "Yokohama Shinkirō". In 2005, Murakami was placed in the shuffle unit Sexy Otonajan. Also in 2005, eight of the Hello! Project Kids were chosen for Berryz Kobo with the intention of rotating the girls around. The idea was eventually dropped, and the remaining girls who were not chosen for Berryz Kobo formed another group called Cute. Murakami became one of the lead vocals on all of the group's indies singles, but it was announced on October 31, 2006, shortly before Cute made their major label debut, that she left had the group effective as of November 1, 2006. Murakami did not have a graduation ceremony, making her one of the few outgoing Hello! Project acts not to receive one. The reason given for her departure was that she wished to concentrate on her studies, though there has never been any official statement as to why her departure was so sudden, or why she did not receive a graduation ceremony.