Synonyms for taichi_kokubun or Related words with taichi_kokubun

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Examples of "taichi_kokubun"
Of the other songs on the single, "Akireru Kurai Bokura wa Negaō" by producer her0ism, and the song "Jōshō Shikō" was sung by Taichi Kokubun on lead vocals.
Fantastipo is a 2005 Japanese film starring Tsuyoshi Domoto (Kinki Kids) and Taichi Kokubun (TOKIO). The theme song "Fantastipo" is sung by the special unit of the 2 lead actors Toraji Haiji.
In 2014, KAT-TUN also became the main hosts for the "Shōnen Club Premium", replacing Taichi Kokubun from TOKIO. Their stint as the show's main hosts started from April 2014 until March 2016. Another Johnny's group NEWS then replaced them as the hosts of the show.
The film revolves around the mostly dependable Toraji (Taichi Kokubun of TOKIO) and free-spirited Haiji (Tsuyoshi Domoto of Kinki Kids), two siblings who suddenly become President and Executive Director of Armadillo, Inc. when their father, Kintaro Koinobori (Akira Takarada), suddenly steps down from his position and appoints his sons in his stead.
In 2004, Taichi Kokubun took a leave from Tokio to form the temporary music unit "Toraji Haiji" with KinKi Kids member Tsuyoshi Domoto. Together they recorded the theme song for the movie "Fantastipo", in which they starred in. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of their debut, Tokio released their first cover album, "TOK10" in September 2004.
Joshima has had parts in various dramas since 1989. One of his first roles ever was as a supporting cast member in the show "Gomendou Kakemasu", where he acted alongside Kazuya Takahashi of Otokogumi and Naoto Endou of former Johnny's band Ninja. He has also hosted "Ai no Apron" and "Leader's How-To Book", "Brain Power Expedition Quiz! Homunculus" with fellow member Taichi Kokubun, and with other Tokio members, hosted "Gachinko!", "The Tetsuwan Dash", "Mentore G", and "5LDK".
This program started on 2006 as a segment on Bangumi Tamago, hosted by Yumiko Udō, an announcer of NHK, and Lasa-R Ishii. It started regular broadcasting, hosted by Taichi Kokubun and Yuka Kubota, an announcer of NHK Shizuoka (Kubota transferred to Tokyo on March 2008), on April 14, 2007. Two comedians present information about the human body and professors support their presentation and also explain it. The audiences judge which presentation is easy to understand or interesting. The broadcasting finished on March 13, 2009.
Sakurai is the designated rapper of Arashi and, although he had written rap lyrics (known to fans as "Sakurap") for some of the group's earlier releases under the pen name "Show", his first major contribution was for the A-side song "Kotoba Yori Taisetsu na Mono". While not the first artist from Johnny's to take on rapping, his breakthrough made it easier for his juniors to rap as well, despite being idols. According to Taichi Kokubun of Tokio, ex-KAT-TUN member began to rap because of him.
In 1990, the original Tokio was formed when Joshima was put together with drummer Masahiro Matsuoka and keyboardist Taichi Kokubun, both of whom had also joined Joshima and Yamaguchi in a few of their practices in the past. Rhythm guitarist and vocalist Hiromu Kojima joined the group soon after this. During this time, Joshima underwent negotiations with Johnny Kitagawa himself into allowing Yamaguchi to join the band, and soon he became an official member as well. Tomoya Nagase, another Junior vocalist who had been making more and more headlines, began appearing with the newly formed Tokio on occasion as a support member, which created a bit of odd tension as the group appeared in magazines and on the radio with five members, but on TV and live performances with six members. One of their first live tours included one with the band SAY・S and included all six members.
Throughout the rest of the decade, Tokio released 18 more singles and four more studio albums: "Bad Boys Bound", "Blowing", "Wild & Mild", and "Graffiti". From 1997 and onwards, some of the band's singles were used as theme songs in television shows, usually drama shows. In 1997, "Furarete Genki" was used as the theme song to "Psychometrer Eiji" a drama Matsuoka starred in, and "Julia" was used as the theme song for "Seiji No Mikata", a drama that starred Taichi Kokubun. In 1999, "Love & Peace" was used as the theme song to "Love and Peace", another drama that Matsuoka starred in, and "Ai no Arashi" was used as the theme song for "Psychometrer Eiji 2".
Domoto appeared in the 2003 drama "Moto Kare", in which he co-starred for the second time with Ryoko Hirosue after their hit drama "Summer Snow" in 2000. In April 2004, Domoto once again provided the theme song for his lead-role drama "Home Drama". This year, he won the 'Best Jeanist' award. The following year, Domoto acted in a movie, "Fantastipo", with fellow Johnny's personality Taichi Kokubun. He paired with Toraji Haiji to release the theme song for the movie. The same year, Domoto starred in "Hoshi ni Negai o" (a.k.a. "Wish Upon A Star"), a TV drama produced by Disney and Fuji TV based on the true story of planetarium engineer Takayuki Ohira who designed Megastar II – the world's most advanced planetarium projector.