Synonyms for tomoya_nagase or Related words with tomoya_nagase
Examples of "tomoya_nagase"
Heaven's Door is a 2009 Japanese drama film starring
and Mayuko Fukuda. The film is a remake of the 1997 German criminal comedy "Knockin' on Heaven's Door".
Notable among the cast are Tokio lead singer
, film star Ken Watanabe, and future stars Koyuki, Satoshi Tsumabuki, and Tomohisa Yamashita of Johnny's Jimusho idol group NEWS. The series is also credited for bringing up the profile of actor Yosuke Kubozuka.
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
, 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.
"Seisyun" is the thirty-ninth single by the Japanese band Tokio, released on November 28, 2007. It topped the Oricon weekly charts and charted for twelve weeks. The song "Seisyun" was used as the theme song to "Utahime", a drama show
In 2007 Arias began work on "Heaven's Door", a Japanese live-action feature film loosely based on the German hit "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" directed by Thomas Jahn and written by Jahn and actor Til Schweiger. Arias' adaptation features J-Pop heartthrob
and ingenue Mayuko Fukuda as unlikely comrades who flee the hospital where they first meet, and embark on a road-trip to reach the ocean and watch the sun set there in the short time they have left.
Other movies of his in the works are "Hanamizuki", co-starring Yui Aragaki and "Seaside Motel". Meanwhile, Ikuta began playing the role of Honjo Sadame, a failure of an actor in the drama "Unubore Deka" along with Johnny senior, Tokio's
. On July 27, 2010, Ikuta appeared in Tokio's music video for the song "NaNaNa". In 2010, Ikuta appeared on the documentary TV program .
"Sorafune" was composed by Japanese recording artist Miyuki Nakajima, who has also gained success as a songwriter for other interpreters such as Naoko Ken and Shizuka Kudo throughout her three decade spanning career. In July 2006, the song was premiered on the Japanese television drama "My Boss My Hero" starring the group's primary vocalist
. Likewise, "Do! Do! Do!" was featured on commercials for the Xbox 360 that the band appeared in.
In 1997 a Japanese version of the song was recorded by
, the vocalist of the Japanese idol rock group Tokio, featuring 3T. This song was used as the theme song of the Nippon TV drama "DXD", in which Nagase played the main role. He also wrote the Japanese version lyrics. This version was released as a single in Japan under the name of "Tomoya with 3T".
Apart from modeling for photobooks, Horikita has appeared in magazines and television advertisements. She is best remembered for her television commercials for Fujifilm (where she appeared alongside Japanese idol
) and Lotte. She is also a staple image endorser for Suntory and NTT DoCoMo. In 2008, Nihon Monitor recognized Horikita as one of Japan's top endorsers during its annual "Most Popular Personality in TV CMs".
He was inspired by bands Hikaru Genji and SMAP to answer a recruiting call of Johnny & Associates and was accepted. In 1992, he played several stage plays ("Playzone" and "Mask") together with other Tokio members. He first played tambourine during Tokio's early performances as SMAP's background dancers. Just prior to Tokio's debut, the band's rhythm guitarist, Hiromu Kojima, left the band and was replaced by
Tokio's 2006 single "Sorafune" was a hit, being certified by the RIAJ for 1,000,000 ringtone downloads. The song was written by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, and acted as the theme song for the drama "My Boss My Hero", starring
. Since then, Tokio has had several singles written by musicians famous in their own right, such as "Hikari no Machi" by Yoshihiro Kai, another song by Miyuki Nakajima called "Honjitsu, Mijukumono" and "Seisyun", which was written by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi.
On March 18, 2007, co-lead vocalist Kazuya Kamenashi was a guest on "Shounen Club Premium" where he collaborated with Tokio vocalist and keyboardist
and Kokubun Taichi for a one-off performance of the single. KAT-TUN also performed with Every Little Thing on their talk show "Cartoon KAT-TUN" on February 27, 2008, singing the title track and ELT's single, "Shapes of Love".
In early 2000, Tokio released the album "Yesterday & Today". Following the release of the single "Doitsu Mo Koitsu Mo" in early 2001, Tokio switch recording labels from Sony Music Entertainment to UMG. From the following single, "Oh!Heaven" was the theme song for "Tengoku ni Ichiban Chikai Otoko", a drama that starred Matsuoka, and "Hitoribotchino haburashi" was the theme song for "Mukodono!", a drama starring
. From then on, the majority of subsequently released singles would be used as theme songs for dramas starring members of Tokio. In December 2001, the first album under Universal Music, "5 Ahead", was released.
In the film series, Ryuji is portrayed by Hiroyuki Sanada. In the films, Ryuji is nicer and is not implied to be a rapist like in the novel. He is also the ex-husband of protagonist Reiko Asakawa, which is the gender flipped version of Kazuyuki, Ryuji's best friend in the novel. Ryuji also possesses ESP powers similar to Sadako which he passes down to his family. Yoshio Harada portrays him in "", while
portrays him in "". His second resurrected form, Seiji Kashiwada, is played by Yusuke Yamamoto in the adaptations of "S", "Sadako 3D" and "Sadako 3D 2"; however, this version of Kashiwada is not connected to Ryuji, but instead a person whom Sadako uses in aid of her revival.
In 2006, Nakajima wrote the song "Sorafune (Ship in the Air)" for the boy band Tokio. The song was used as the closing theme for "My Boss, My Hero", the TV drama starring the group's frontman
. It became the second most commercially successful material for the band, which followed their debut single, and remained on the Oricon chart for more than a year, selling approximately 480,000 copies. "Ship in the Air" was also the first chart-topper to which Nakajima contributed both lyrics and melody for other artists in 30 years, since "Abayo" was recorded by Naoko Ken in 1976. A month after the release of her studio album "Lullaby Singer," which featured her own interpretation of "Ship in the Air," her contribution for the Tokio won "best lyrics" of the 48th Japan Record Award.
In 1990, the original Tokio was formed when Joshima was put together with drummer Masahiro Matsuoka and keyboardist Taichi Kokubun, both of whom had also joined Joshima and Yamaguchi in a few of their practices in the past. Rhythm guitarist and vocalist Hiromu Kojima joined the group soon after this. During this time, Joshima underwent negotiations with Johnny Kitagawa himself into allowing Yamaguchi to join the band, and soon he became an official member as well.
, another Junior vocalist who had been making more and more headlines, began appearing with the newly formed Tokio on occasion as a support member, which created a bit of odd tension as the group appeared in magazines and on the radio with five members, but on TV and live performances with six members. One of their first live tours included one with the band SAY・S and included all six members.
The two songs on the single written by Ringo Sheena, "Amagasa" and "Kachū no Otoko", featured her band at the time Tokyo Jihen performing the song arrangement. Sheena felt that because both Tokio and Tokyo Jihen are structured in the same way (i.e. both are rock bands with instrument players), it was easy to give the songs added flair. "Amagasa" took eight hours to record, as
felt very nervous recording for Sheena. He used polite honorifics when talking to her, as he accidentally thought that she was older than him. The chorus is sung in a high key that Nagase found difficult to sing, however even though he was struggling, Sheena felt that it sounded fine, as she wanted the changing key effect.
Shizuka Kudo and "Only for the Sake of Love" for Hiromi Iwasaki. "Say Goodbye to That Goodbye", a song originally recorded by Tomomi Kahala, became the final release for her who has semi-retired since 2007. The most well-known is "Ship in the Air" interpreted by boy band Tokio. Their recording was featured as the closing theme for "My Boss, My Hero", a television drama remake of Korean motion picture and starring
, a lead vocalist of the band. It was released as a single in August 2007 and debuted at the number-one on the Japanese Oricon weekly singles chart with more than 120,000 copies sold. A song remained on the country's hit parade for about a year, finally becoming one of the biggest hit singles for the group.
In February 2005, the tenth full-length album (not including compilation albums), "Act II" was released. They released the single "Ashita o Mezashite!" on December 7, 2005.
composed and co-arranged the single with his lyrics, making it their first single composed by a member of the group. In 2005, Tokio was selected to be the host for the Johnny's Countdown 2005-2006 concert, a yearly event that counts down to the New Year. In 2006, Tokio released the single "Sorafune", which sold over 400,000 copies and charted for over four months, making it their most successful single. The Tokio single "Get Your Dream" was used as the theme song in Japan for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Later in 2006, the group released their longest studio album to date, "Harvest", containing seventeen tracks and two remix tracks.
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