Synonyms for tae_kimura or Related words with tae_kimura

keiko_takeshita              fumiyo_kohinata              shota_matsuda              manami_konishi              asami_mizukawa              ken_mitsuishi              yoshinori_okada              takumi_saito              hiromi_nagasaku              yoshiko_mita              kyoka_suzuki              mitsuko_baisho              kengo_kora              kimiko_yo              chizuru_ikewaki              mirei_kiritani              mariko_okada              kohashi              ren_osugi              kazuki_kitamura              masato_hagiwara              takashi_sasano              naomi_nishida              masami_nagasawa              miho_kanno              akira_emoto              saki_aibu              arimori              maki_horikita              kyōka_suzuki              haruko_sugimura              ikki_sawamura              kanako_higuchi              hidetaka_yoshioka              kanjiya              tamao_nakamura              yutaka_matsushige              sadako_sawamura              takashi_tsukamoto              yukie_nakama              ittoku_kishibe              yôko              ryo_katsuji              teruyuki_kagawa              masataka_kubota              takehiro_murata              izumi_inamori              seiichi_tanabe              emi_takei              katsuo_nakamura             



Examples of "tae_kimura"
32nd Japan Academy Prize: Best Actress (Tae Kimura)
Nakatani appeared in François Girard's "Silk". She co-starred in Isshin Inudo's "Zero Focus" with Ryoko Hirosue and Tae Kimura.
It was followed by a sequel series titled "Spiral", which ran for 13 50-minute episodes. It features Akiko Yada and Tae Kimura reprising their roles respectively.
In the film series, Sadako is not hermaphrodite but fully female. She is portrayed by Ayane Miura in "", Rie Inō in "Ring" and "Ring 2", Hinako Saeki in "Rasen", Yukie Nakama in "", Tae Kimura in the TV series "" and "Rasen", and Ai Hashimoto in "Sadako 3D" and "Sadako 3D 2".
As for Sadako, Elly Nanami is the seventh actress to play the role, after Rie Inō ("Ring", "Ring 2"), Hinako Saeki ("Rasen"), Ayane Miura (""), Tae Kimura ("", "Rasen"), Yukie Nakama ("") and Ai Hashimoto ("Sadako 3D") (excluding Samara Morgan's and Park Eun-Suh's incarnations from "The Ring" and "The Ring Virus" respectively).
Sadako has been played by a number of actresses in films, including Rie Inō in "Ring" and "Ring 2", Hinako Saeki in "Rasen", Yukie Nakama in "" as the protagonist, Ayane Miura in "", Tae Kimura in "" and "Rasen", and Ai Hashimoto in "Sadako 3D". Foreign adaptations featured Bae Doona in the South Korean film "The Ring Virus", Daveigh Chase as Samara Morgan in the American film "The Ring", as well as Kelly Stables in "The Ring Two" and Bonnie Morgan in "Rings".
At the 32nd Japan Academy Prize ceremony held in February 2009, "Departures" dominated the competition. It received a total of thirteen nominations, winning ten, including Picture of the Year, Screenplay of the Year (Koyama), Director of the Year (Takita), and Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Motoki). In the Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role category, Hirosue lost to Tae Kimura of "All Around Us", while in the Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction category "Departures" Tomio Ogawa lost to "Paco and the Magical Book" Towako Kuwashima. Hisaishi, nominated for two Outstanding Achievement in Music awards, won for his scoring of Studio Ghibli's animated film "Ponyo". In response to the wins, Motoki said "It feels as if everything miraculously came together in balance this time with Okuribito".