Synonyms for takako_tokiwa or Related words with takako_tokiwa

shota_matsuda              toshiaki_karasawa              etsushi_toyokawa              takao_osawa              yū_aoi              nana_eikura              tsutomu_yamazaki              mirei_kiritani              toshiyuki_nagashima              kōichi_satō              maki_horikita              satoshi_tsumabuki              takayuki_yamada              mirai_moriyama              masami_nagasawa              shun_oguri              mirai_shida              teruyuki_kagawa              kaori_momoi              tetsuji_tamayama              yoshio_harada              osamu_mukai              asami_mizukawa              gō_ayano              kengo_kora              shinichi_tsutsumi              kazuki_kitamura              hidetaka_yoshioka              mariko_okada              seiichi_tanabe              joe_odagiri              yui_natsukawa              hitomi_kuroki              aoi_miyazaki              satomi_ishihara              kyoka_suzuki              yuriko_hoshi              akira_emoto              miho_kanno              susumu_terajima              keiko_matsuzaka              chizuru_ikewaki              juri_ueno              hiroshi_tamaki              satomi_kobayashi              eiko_koike              yui_aragaki              renji_ishibashi              mikako_tabe              kyōko_kagawa             



Examples of "takako_tokiwa"
Cut is a 2011 Japanese drama film directed by Amir Naderi, starring Hidetoshi Nishijima and Takako Tokiwa.
Moonlight Express is a 1999 Hong Kong-Japanese romance film directed by Daniel Lee and starring Leslie Cheung and Takako Tokiwa.
Hitomi (Takako Tokiwa), a Japanese resident, comes to Hong Kong after the death of her fiancé Tetsuya (Leslie Cheung) in a fatal accident to settle several important matters surrounding his demise. Although the incident was years ago, it has apparently left an indelible mark in her life as she could not forget him.
Pujie and Hiro Saga's story was adapted into a television drama, "" (流転の王妃・最後の皇弟), shown on TV Asahi in 2003. Takako Tokiwa, who portrayed Hiro Saga in the drama, was a classmate of Saga's grandson (Husheng's son) in real life.
Takako Tokiwa, a Japanese actress and Yoshitaka Amano, and a well-known character designer joined the first J-POP SUMMIT in 2009, and since then, prominent guests from varieties of field including artists, actors, movie directors, designers, voice actors, programmers, were invited from Japan every year. One of the popular program is J-POP LIVE and many of Japan’s top sales singers such as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Tomomi Itano, May'n, and JAM Project have performed on stage.
The first movie's premiere was held in Paris on August 19, 2008 at the Publicis Champs-Elysées cinema with a press conference at the Louvre Museum, which was attended by Toshiaki Karasawa (Kenji) and Takako Tokiwa (Yukiji). The first film was released on August 30, 2008, the second on January 31, 2009, and the third was released on August 29, 2009. The first movie covers volumes 1 to 5 of the manga, and the second covers volumes 6 to 15, but differs from the original story on some key points; important characters missing in the first movie were introduced in the second. The final film in the trilogy covers the remainder of the volumes, but with several changes to the main story.