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Examples of "takashi_tsukamoto"
Shinji is portrayed by Takashi Tsukamoto in the film adaptation.
The love interests were played by Takashi Tsukamoto, Shogen Itokazu and Shugo Oshinari.
It was made into a live action film in 2009, starring Kenta Suga, Takashi Tsukamoto and Yuu Kashii.
Konagawa is composing all of his songs and many of Charcoal Filter’s songs. For example, "Sotsugyō" (卒業, Graduation), "BY MY SIDE", "Niji" (虹, Rainbow). In addition he composed the following songs for Takashi Tsukamoto and Satomi Yoshida.
The protagonist in "you" is played by Japanese actor Takashi Tsukamoto, whose passion is photography, and who finds a lover, played by Kumi, who he believes to have "the perfect image."
There are two Japanese DVD releases of "Taiyō no uta", a standard and a premium edition. The premium edition includes a bonus disc with nearly 90 minutes of making-of footage, deleted scenes, the music video for the song "Good-bye Days", and interviews with Yui, Takashi Tsukamoto and the film's director. It also has special features of Yui's Diary and a pick pendant with a necklace. Only making of "Taiyō no Uta" was released on June 2, 2006. Both standard edition and premium edition were released on June 11, 2006. "Midnight Sun" has also been released on DVD in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. The film's original soundtrack is available on CD.
Kaoru has Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP), and is not allowed to be exposed to sunlight. She sleeps during the day and is active at night. She busks every night in front of a station playing guitar. Outside her bedroom window, she spots a high school boy with a surfboard. She watches him and his friends visit the ocean every morning, before going to sleep. One day, she introduces herself to him without letting him know about her illness. He is Kōji Fujishiro (Takashi Tsukamoto) When her friend drags her home, they sit by her window while they watch Kōji meet his friends. Kaoru explains everything, and her friend notes that she probably goes to the same school as him, and offers to spy on him for her.
Guy also became often one of the characters most requested to be added to the Capcom games' characters rosters. On the official Capcom forums, he was most requested "Final Fight" character to be added to the roster of "Street Fighter IV", as well as the second most requested character overall to be added to the game. In 2009, GamesRadar too included him in the list of 12 fighters they would like to see in "Super Street Fighter IV". According to the game's developers Takashi Tsukamoto and Taisaku Okada, they have "compiled a list of characters that players wanted to see in the game [and] Guy was one of the names on the first list" in both Japan and America ("he's pretty popular overseas as well") and the development team "also wanted to get Guy in the game". He also ranked 10th on the list of top 55 most requested "Marvel vs. Capcom 3" DLC characters in a poll by Nico Nico Douga in 2010. In the English-language survey by Namco, Guy was less popular than in Japan and was the 23rd most requested "Street Fighter" side character to be added to the roster of "Tekken X Street Fighter".
Ibuki was met with a positive critical and fan reception regarding her character design, attractiveness and personality, and with a mixed reception regarding her gameplay issues. Despite her debut in a relatively obscure entry in the series, Ibuki has become one of the most popular "Street Fighter" female characters. Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono said Ibuki is so "popular because she is insanely fun to play." Professional "Street Fighter" commentator and player Femi Adeboye (F-Word) recalled Ibuki in "Third Strike" has changed his life when he was a young teenager: "I saw this ninja girl and I picked her up, that became my destiny." In 2002, she was voted the 12th most popular "Street Fighter" character in Capcom's own poll for the 15th anniversary of "Street Fighter". "Street Fighter IV" director Takashi Tsukamoto described her as "a character that many people were waiting for;" a teaser trailer suggesting her inclusion in the game, revealed by Yoshinori Ono at the Evolution Championship Series 2011 tournament event, excited the crowd. Ibuki was voted the 16th most requested "Street Fighter" side character to be added to the roster of "Tekken X Street Fighter" in an official poll by Namco in 2013.