Synonyms for taiyou or Related words with taiyou

tenshi              yakusoku              kiseki              tsukiyo              boku              rakuen              omoi              koibito              tatakai              maboroshi              kaze              fukkatsu              kanashimi              itsuka              tsuki              inochi              negai              kisetsu              hitori              himitsu              namida              kamisama              hitotsu              ashita              natsu              hajimari              jinsei              unmei              yoru              danshi              seishun              tameni              okurimono              jikan              musuko              yoake              chikai              shiawase              bokura              otoko              tenka              chiisana              otona              seitokai              shippo              tasogare              honoo              futatsu              hoshizora              nazo             



Examples of "taiyou"
"Tsuki to Taiyou" was used to advertise jewellery store GemCerey.
All songs arranged by Katz Hoshi (except "London Kyūkou" and "Taiyou no Machi" arranged by Gene Page)
He was taught how to play by Chrono during his first visit to Card Capital 2. Originally a timid boy, Taiyou becomes obsessed with becoming a stronger fighter like Chrono and thus ends up joining Team Demise.After Kanzaki's resignation, Taiyou becomes friends with Chrono and eventually participates in the final battle with Company in Stride Gate. In Season 8 , Taiyou enrolls to middle school as freshman at Miyaji Academy and becomes a member of Chrono's new team after TRY3 splits up.He uses Gold Paladin deck with Sunrise Ray Radiant Sword, Gurguit being his ace
The music video/promotion video for "I Remember You" features settings from Yui's first movie, "Taiyou no Uta" where her previous single, "Good-bye Days" was featured.
The music video for "Egao no Kimi wa Taiyou sa" was released on 25 December 2013 on Mezamashi TV at 6am (JST).
"Matahari Milikku", also known as "Boku no Taiyou", is the program that is performed at fX Sudirman in Sudirman, South Jakarta by the second-generation trainees as of 17 May 2013 and by Team KIII as of 28 June 2013.
Shunsuke Kiyokiba also has covered two of his songs, 太陽の破片 "taiyou no hahen" ("Fragments of the Sun") and ふたつの心 "futatsu no kokoro" ("Two Hearts").
The album includes hit songs that were featured in the "YuYu Hakusho" series like "Hohoemi no Bakudan" (JP #45) and "Unbalance na Kiss wo Shite" (JP #28) and pop ballad "Taiyou ga Mata Kagayaku Toki" (JP #9).
Elminage III: Ankoku no Shito to Taiyou no Kyuuden (エルミナージュIII 〜暗黒の使徒と太陽の宮殿〜) was developed by Opera House and released by Starfish SD in Japan in 2011 for the PlayStation Portable.
The formation of BiS came about in late 2010. Pour Lui, a solo artist known as a "new-age rock icon", announced her intention to retire as a singer and instead form an idol group, for which she would personally audition members. The new four-member group BiS made its debut on the indie record label Tsubasa Records with a free digital single called "Taiyou no Jumon" (太陽のじゅもん). Then, in April 2011, they released the album "Brand-new idol Society", which included "Taiyou no Jumon" and a cover of "One day", a song originally by Pour Lui.
After the change in the lineup, Buck-Tick became more and more serious about music. When Sakurai's father died, he too moved to Tokyo. The five members worked during the day and practiced and performed at night. Then, in July 1986, they attracted the attention of Sawaki Kazuo, head of Taiyou Records, an independent label. He had seen the band perform at a live house called Shinjuku Attic, and had been very impressed. He claimed to have clairvoyant powers and told the band they would succeed within a year. The band signed to Taiyou Records immediately and released their first single, "To-Search" on October 21 of the same year.
"Speed" (スピード) is the fourth single released by the Japanese rock band Buck Tick. It was released as the first single from the group's sixth studio album, "Kurutta Taiyou", on January 21, 1991 through Victor Entertainment. The single was released as an 8 cm CD in a cassette-like sleeve case that featured a re-worked version of the cover to "Kurutta Taiyou". "Speed" peaked at number 3 on the Oricon music chart during the third week of 1991. The single has sold over 170,000 copes worldwide.
The song was written by vocalist Atsushi Sakurai and lead guitarist Hisashi Imai in 1990 shortly after the release of Buck-Tick's fifth studio album "Aku no Hana" for their then-upcoming sixth studio album "Kurutta Taiyou". Initially, the song was titled "Acid"; however, the title was changed to "Speed" as the band deemed that titling "Acid" was "too risky", as Imai had been arrested for LSD possession after a concert during the group's tour for their fourth studio album "Taboo" in May 1989. "Speed", along with the single's b-side "Narcissus", was recorded on October 18, 1990 at Victor Studio in Tokyo during the recording sessions for "Kurutta Taiyou". The song was released as the first single from the album on January 21, 1991, followed by its release as the first track on "Kurutta Taiyou" on February 20, 1991. In the liner notes to "Kurutta Taiyou", the line "ii ashido" (good acid) was censored by the group's record label, Victor Entertainment. Sakurai has made references to this by whispering words for various drugs or not singing the line during live performances.
"Paa", a 2009 Indian comedy-drama film, features a protagonist, Auro (Amitabh Bachchan), who has progeria. "Jack" is a 1996 American comedy-drama film, in which the titular character (portrayed by Robin Williams) suffers from Werner syndrome. "Taiyou no Uta", a 2006 Japanese film, features Kaoru Amane (portrayed by Yui), a 16-year-old girl suffers from xeroderma pigmentosum.
In March 1992, Kubota released his fifth video album, "Super Duper Vol. 3". In July 1992, he released his sixth album, "Neptune". The album charted at number 3 on the Oricon Albums chart. The album featured the singles "Mayonaka No Taiyou" and "Let's Get A Groove: Yo! Hips". After the release of the singles, Kubota went on the "Funkin' On Neptune Tour".
, is a Japanese vocalist who is well known for his work in the soundtracks for anime and tokusatsu productions, most notably "Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan", "Kinnikuman", and "Uchuu Keiji Gavan". His nickname from his fans is . His real given name is .
On April 19, 2007, a film for "Koizora" was green-lit and was to be directed by TBS director Natsuki Imai. Imai's previous works included television dramas "Orange Days" and "Taiyou no Uta", and "Koizora" was her first experience directing a film.
The label first came to light when Sony was to release a single for singer/songwriter YUI (it should be "Good-bye Days" for the movie "Midnight Sun"). It was later expanded through Kaoru Amane’s debut single ("Taiyou no Uta" for the drama version of the movie). Since then, Studioseven Recordings is to take part in co-productions with movies.
They founded in Nagoya on the scene Nagoya kei with other bands such as Kuroyume. In 1993 Shin joined on guitar. They released the demo-tape Karuma in 1994, and a few months released their debut independent album Taiyou no Toriko on the label Noir.
"Kurutta Taiyou" was released on February 21, 1991. Four days later, the band performed a unique concert called "Satellite Circuit", which was recorded in a studio with no audience and then broadcast on television and at special concert halls around the country.