Synonyms for takayuki_yamada or Related words with takayuki_yamada

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Examples of "takayuki_yamada"
A Japanese language remake titled "Monsterz" directed by Hideo Nakata was released in 2014. It stars Tatsuya Fujiwara (in Kang's role) and Takayuki Yamada (in Go's role).
In January 2011, Horikita starred in the movie adaptation of "Into the White Night", a widely read novel that was adapted into a television drama in 2006 starring Haruka Ayase and Takayuki Yamada. Produced by WOWOW FILMS, the movie was screened at the Berlin Film Festival in the Panorama category.
Koike starred in Kunitoshi Manda's film "The Kiss". She appeared in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 2012 television drama "Penance". Koike co-starred in Junji Sakamoto's "A Chorus of Angels" with Sayuri Yoshinaga. She also co-starred in Masanori Tominaga's "Vengeance Can Wait" with Takayuki Yamada.
Having been a fan of Kōji Yakusho's acting, director Takashi Miike made it a priority that Yakusho was cast in the film's leading role. In addition, Miike sought younger actors to play as the assassins, in particular Sousuke Takaoka and Takayuki Yamada whom Miike had worked with in his two films, "Crows Zero" (2007) and its sequel "Crows Zero 2" (2009).
Tominaga directed the first feature film, "The Pavillion Salamandre", starring Joe Odagiri. He directed "Pandora's Box", starring Shota Sometani and Riisa Naka, based on the novel by Osamu Dazai. He directed the comedy film, "Vengeance Can Wait", starring Minami, Tadanobu Asano, Eiko Koike and Takayuki Yamada.
"Ko·mo·re·bi" is Hitomi Takahashi's 5th single, and was used as the theme song for the movie "Tegami", which features actors Takayuki Yamada, Tetsuji Tamayama, and Erika Sawajiri. This single also found Hitomi once again working with ex-Judy and Mary member TAKUYA.
"Densha Otoko" film was directed by Shosuke Murakami. It premiered in Japanese Cinemas by Toho on March 26, 2005. The movie was screened in North American cinemas by Viz Pictures on September 22, 2006. Viz Media released the DVD of "Train Man: Densha Otoko" on February 6, 2007. The ending theme is by Orange Range. The movie stars Takayuki Yamada as Train_Man/Densha Otoko and Miki Nakatani as Hermes.
"13 Assassins" stars Kōji Yakusho, along with Takayuki Yamada, Sōsuke Takaoka, Hiroki Matsukata, and Kazuki Namioka. It is the third film in which Yamada and Takaoka co-starred, the first two being "Crows Zero" and "Crows Zero 2", both directed by Miike. Production for the film lasted for about two months in Tsuruoka, Yamagata, northern Japan; filming began in July 2009 and concluded in September 2009.
Atsushi Itō and Misaki Ito have a cameo appearance after the end credits in the movie. In turn, Takayuki Yamada who portrays Densha Otoko in the movie, appears in a brief cameo in the first episode of the TV series, as well as in a special episode. Miho Shiraishi had also a brief role in the movie, but as a different character. The Japanese Rock Band that played the ending credits, Sambomaster, also made a cameo in episode 11 where Densha had to go to the hospital where he believed that Saori has collapsed (a lie by Kazuya).
, also known as Crows: Episode 0, is a 2007 Japanese action film based on the manga "Crows" by Hiroshi Takahashi. The film was directed by Takashi Miike with a screenplay by Shogo Muto, and stars Shun Oguri, Kyōsuke Yabe, Meisa Kuroki, and Takayuki Yamada. The plot serves as a prequel to the manga, and focuses on the power struggle between gangs of students at Suzuran All-Boys High School. The film was released in Japan on October 27, 2007. It has spawned two sequels, "Crows Zero 2" and "Crows Explode", as well as a manga adaptation released November 13, 2008.
Newly transferred high school senior Genji Takiya (Shun Oguri) arrives at Suzuran All-Boys High School, an institution infamous for its population of violent delinquents. During the freshman orientation assembly, yakuza arrive at the school seeking vengeance on third-year Serizawa Tamao (Takayuki Yamada) for assaulting some members of their gang. The thugs mistake Genji for their target and a brawl ensues on the school field. Meanwhile, Serizawa is visiting his best friend Tatsukawa Korea (Kenta Kiritani), who has just been discharged from a hospital. Upon returning to the school, Serizawa witnesses Genji defeat the last of the yakuza.
Song to the Sun, known in Japan as , is a movie directed by Norihiro Koizumi starring the Japanese artist and singer Yui. In the movie, she plays the role of Kaoru Amane (雨音 薫 "Amane Kaoru"), a 16-year-old girl who has the rare skin condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), a disease that makes the ultraviolet radiation of sunlight potentially lethal to her. Yui's character is partly based on herself, as she is a singer and guitarist, and she performs three of Yui's songs in the movie; "It's Happy Line", "Good-bye Days" and "Skyline". There has been a 2006 Japanese TV drama starring Takayuki Yamada and Erika Sawajiri, a manga by Bandō Kenji and Minatsuki Tsunami, a 2015 Vietnamese / Japanese drama, and a 2017 American remake, all based on the movie.
It was during the eighth month of 2006 that news of a new single surfaced. This single, titled "Ko·mo·re·bi", was officially announced to be Hitomi's 5th single at the end of August, and was used as the theme song for the movie "Tegami", which features actors Takayuki Yamada, Tetsuji Tamayama, and Erika Sawajiri. Similar to her past single, "Ko·mo·re·bi" failed to chart in the Top 30 Weekly Charts, and debuted at #50 for its first week on the charts, only selling about 300 more copies than "Communication". In spite of this, Hitomi was chosen to be one of many artists to take part in the new tribute album for the new Death Note movie.
Kengo Fujimoto (Shota Matsuda) has been recruited by the government as an Ikigami delivery man. Whilst undergoing training he witnesses the "arrest" of a man (also undergoing training to become a deliverer) who commits a thought-crime when he yells to the entire room that the law is wrong and that his older sister died from the ikigami. The film follows Kengo as he delivers Ikigami to three citizens: a rising musician (Yuta Kanai) debuting in the music industry but struggling with leaving his friend behind as a busker, a shut-in (Kazuma Sano) who is the son of a council woman (Jun Fubuki) who supports the law whole-heartedly and attempts to use her son's upcoming death to gain sympathy votes, and a working-class debt collector (Takayuki Yamada) who is about to take his blind sister (Riko Narumi) out of the orphanage she lives in now that he is finally financially secure.
8 months after triumphing over Serizawa Tamao (Takayuki Yamada), Takiya Genji (Shun Oguri) still struggles to attain supremacy at Suzuran All-Boys High School. Following a decisive defeat at the hands of the legendary Rindaman, and on the verge of graduating without fulfilling his goal, Genji grows quietly desperate. He begins challenging Rindaman regularly, but consistently fails to beat him. His situation escalates when he unwittingly breaks a non-aggression pact between Suzuran and a rival school, Housen Academy, by coming to the aid of Kawanishi Noboru (Shinnosuke Abe) during a heated confrontation. Genji learns that the agreement between the two schools was established two years prior when, during a skirmish, Noboru violated a gang law and used a weapon to fatally wound Housen's former leader, Bitō Makio. Suzuran had subsequently sworn not to interfere with Housen's retribution upon Noboru's release from prison. Genji's protection of Kawanishi provokes Housen's current leader, Narumi Taiga (Nobuaki Kaneko), to declare war against Suzuran. Genji and his allies go on the defensive, engaging in several violent conflicts with Housen's "Army of Killers".