Synonyms for tameni or Related words with tameni
Examples of "tameni"
The remixed version of the song "Sotsugyou: Sayonara wa Ashita no
" on the album is the version that was used as an insert song for the anime series InuYasha.
Huhtamo’s texts have been translated into Japanese more than any other language. A bibliography can be found from Huhtamo's first Japanese language book "Media Kokogaku - Kako Genzai Mirai no Taiwa no
" (2015). One of his first publications in Japanese was “An Archaeology of Moving Image Media,” a special issue of the "Intercommunication Quarterly" (No. 14, Autumn 1995, Tokyo: NTT ICC), which he edited.
The promotional video for "Sotsugyou: Sayonara wa Ashita no
" was shot in an unknown location by director Akie Hayashi. This PV showcases Tackey and Tsubasa singing in a small clearing, densely surrounded by bushes and vines. During the second chorus, the scene switches to the two standing up with a cloudy sky behind them. Also seen in the PV is a cage that, depending on the scene, either has two doves in it, or is empty. Once the instrumental is over, and the chorus is sung again, the two are seen standing up in the bush and vine area, only this time with sakura petals flying around them.
"To Be, to Be, Ten Made to Be" is the debut single released by singer duo Tackey & Tsubasa. The a-side song "Sotsugyou:Sayonara wa Ashita no
" was used as the insert song for the anime InuYasha on episode 124, only the version of the song used was not the same version that is on this single. It was also used as the Olympus "μDigital" commercial song. The single was released in five different editions, the regular edition with only the songs, a second edition containing a video of the PVs "True Heart", "Ki・Se・Ki", and "Get Down", another edition containing the said PVs on DVD, the fourth coming with a DVD with the said PVs and extra goods, and the last one containing the said PVs on video along with extra goods.
In January 2004, Ueto starred as Hiromi Oka in the live-action adaption of the popular manga "Ace wo Nerae!". The drama earned her The Television Drama Academy Award for Best Lead Actress. Ueto's seventh single, "Ai no
.," served as theme song for the drama and became her best-selling single. In March 2004, "Message" was released and became her best-selling album. In December 2004, Ueto released her third studio album, "Re.", starred alongside Ryūnosuke Kamiki in the film adaption of Risa Wataya's award-winning novel, "Install", which premiered at the 17th Tokyo International Film Festival, and performed as top-batter at the 55th Kōhaku Uta Gassen. With eighteen advertising contracts for sixteen companies, Ueto was crowned CM Queen of 2004.
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