Synonyms for toma_ikuta or Related words with toma_ikuta

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Examples of "toma_ikuta"
The 10-episode long drama was released in 2015 starring Toma Ikuta and Shun Oguri in the leading roles.
In 2015, he reunited with Toma Ikuta after seven years in the TBS drama "Ouroboros" as 'Tatsuya Danno'.
Yamada was cast in another movie that was released on November 9 called "Grasshopper" along with Toma Ikuta. The movie was ranked number two on its opening week. Yamada received positive reviews due to his acting as a knife-wielding assassin in this movie, including from his veteran co-stars, Toma Ikuta, Tadanobu Asano, and Jun Murakami.
He was portrayed by Toma Ikuta in the Japanese drama adaptation and Jiro Wang in the Taiwanese drama adaptation and Lee Hyun-woo in the Korea drama adaption.
Haruhi, Yuki, and Mikuru (voiced by Aya Hirano, Minori Chihara, and Yūko Gotō), along with Japanese drama actor Toma Ikuta, made their first Japanese ad appearance in promoting Lotte Acuo Gum in March 2010.
In 2008, Ohno was given his first starring role in the suspense drama "Maou". He co-starred with Toma Ikuta and portrayed a two-faced lawyer who sought for revenge against the person who murdered his brother years ago.
, is a Japanese remake of the Korean suspense drama series titled "The Devil" () which aired on KBS 2TV in 2007. The drama stars Satoshi Ohno of Arashi and Toma Ikuta, both under the talent agency Johnny & Associates.
"The Devil" became very popular in Japan when it aired on cable channel So-net in October 2007. This led to the production of a Japanese remake in 2008 titled "Maō", starring Satoshi Ohno, Toma Ikuta, and Ryoko Kobayashi.
Tsubasa Imai was born in Fujisawa, Japan, on October 17, 1981. Among his colleagues, he is known as a very talented dancer. His close friends among those in Johnny Entertainment agency are Hideaki Takizawa, Tsuyoshi Domoto, Toma Ikuta and Sho Sakurai. His nicknames are Tsuba and Imai-kun. He is an avid fan of the Japanese baseball team, the Yokohama BayStars.
The film stars Toma Ikuta (24) as Ōba Yōzō, a young man who finds it hard to relate to the world around him, but masks this sense of alienation with a jovial demeanor. Still, his life spirals toward self-destruction. Actress Satomi Ishihara (22) plays one of the several women in his life, and the only one he marries.
The series is the first live-action television adaptation of the manga, followed by Japanese version "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e", starring Shun Oguri as Izumi Sano, Maki Horikita as Mizuki Ashiya and Toma Ikuta as Shuichi Nakatsu, broasdacast on Fuji Television in 2007; its remake "Hanazakari no Kimitachi e 2011"; and the South Korean adaptation "To the Beautiful You" in 2012.
He was portrayed by Toma Ikuta in the Japanese drama adaptation and Jiro Wang in the Taiwanese drama adaptation. In the 2011 version of the drama, he is portrayed by Miura Shohei. In the Korean drama adaptation, To The Beautiful You, Nakatsu is portrayed by Lee Hyun Woo.
"Sakura" was used as the theme song for the television drama "Ouroborous", starring actors Toma Ikuta and Shun Oguri. This marks the first time Arashi has provided a theme song for a drama that did not star one of its members.
On Japanese TV, Yuzuki played the role of Lisa in the first and last (11th) episodes of the TBS comedy which aired July–September 2010 and starred Tomoya Nagase, Toma Ikuta and Mika Nakashima. That same year, she played a murder victim in the TBS mystery movie which was broadcast on August 23, 2010.
"Fukkatsu Love" was used as the background song for the NTT DoCoMo d hits commercial. The song was composed by Yamashita Tatsuro and the lyrics were written by Takeuchi Mariya. The music video was filmed at Shinagawa Season Terrace. Actor Toma Ikuta makes a guest appearance in the music video.
"Sakura" was used as the theme song for the drama "Ouroborous", starring actors Toma Ikuta and Shun Oguri. This is the first time Arashi has provided a theme song for a drama that did not star one of its members. "Aozora no Shita, Kimi no Tonari" was used as the theme song for the drama "Yokoso, Wagaya E," which stars Arashi member Masaki Aiba.
Ikuo Ryuuzaki (Toma Ikuta) comes across as a bumbling detective with a penchant for smelling around for clues like a "sniffer dog" as put by his partner Mizuki Hibino. Famous for having the highest arrest rate in the second bureau of the Tokyo Police department, he seems to be a promising young detective with a keen sense of justice.
In 1995, Arato directed "The Girl of the Silence", which stars Mami Nakamura and Kaori Momoi. He returned with the 2003 film, "Akame 48 Waterfalls", starring Takijirō Ōnishi, Michiyo Okusu and Shinobu Terajima. His 2010 film, "The Fallen Angel", starred Toma Ikuta.
A Japanese television drama adaptation of the series premiered on January 8, 2008. It aired every Tuesday at 21:00 JST for 11 episodes on Fuji TV until March 18, 2008. Written by Kaneko Shigeki, and directed by Masaki Tanamura and Hiroaki Matsuyama, the show starred Toma Ikuta as Takemoto, Riko Narumi as Hagumi, Hiroki Narimiya as Morita, Osamu Mukai as Mayama, and Natsuki Harada as Ayumi. The music for the series was provided by Shōgo Kaida, Keiichi Miyako (SOPHIA) and Shin Kōno, while the theme song to the series was "Canvas" by the Japanese R&B singer Ken Hirai. A DVD set was released for the series on July 11, 2008.
"Hanamizuki" was also filmed in America and Canada. In New York, it was filmed at the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Union Square. The last stop of their filming was at Nova Scotia's Peggys Cove Lighthouse. On 23 April 2010, Yui Aragaki and Toma Ikuta was greeted at their filming site there. Aragaki described this filming location as "quite distant (except for the scene at sea)" and added that "Luckily, there have not been a major accident during the filming." "Hanamizuki" director Nobuhiro Doi said that after completing the filming across three countries, he felt "nothing but relief" and thanked the cast for having gone through the long journey with him.