Synonyms for toshihiko_tahara or Related words with toshihiko_tahara

akiko_wada              kyōko_koizumi              kiyoshi_hikawa              kenji_sawada              seiko_matsuda              yuichi_nakamaru              yū_aku              kobukuro              yōsui_inoue              meisa_kuroki              yuki_saito              hiroshi_itsuki              momoe_yamaguchi              kyoko_koizumi              subaru_shibutani              kazumasa_oda              yusuke_kamiji              miho_nakayama              masahiko_kondō              takashi_matsumoto              hibari_misora              hiromi_iwasaki              natsukawa              jin_akanishi              sayuri_ishikawa              ryo_nishikido              shigeru_izumiya              junko_sakurada              shinichi_mori              tsuyoshi_nagabuchi              hidekazu              aya_ueto              hideki_saijo              saburō_kitajima              ayukawa              takashi_hosokawa              yukie_nakama              nao_nagasawa              hideaki_tokunaga              tomohisa_yamashita              masaharu_fukuyama              kazuya_kamenashi              chitose_hajime              yōko_oginome              mizumori              tatsuya_ueda              akina_nakamori              ayako_fuji              nishino              yukiko_okada             



Examples of "toshihiko_tahara"
Through her long-term career as a comedic TV personality, she has released several novelty singles with other performers such as Ken Shimura. The song "Natsuzakari Ho no Ji Gumi" recorded with an idol singer Toshihiko Tahara is the last top-40 hit single for Ken on the Japanese record charts.
Toshi in Takarazuka - Love Forever is a 1983 Japanese dance and musical film directed by Umetsugu Inoue, presenting Toshihiko Tahara, a singer then noted for his abilities as a dancer, with a large supporting cast of singers and dancers – mainly drawn from the roster of the Johnny & Associates talent agency of Johnny Kitagawa. The film was shot in the Tokyo Takarazuka Theatre Tokyo and Yurakucho on January 29–30.
On January 24, 1982, the band released the single "Chako no Kaigan Monogatari". Kuwata wanted a commercial hit, and wrote this one more in the typical Japanese kayōkyoku style. In addition, as a vocalist, he imitated the lisping vocals of Toshihiko Tahara, one of the most popular Japanese male idol singers at that time. Such popular expression generally received favorable reaction from the public, and became the band's most successful single since "Itoshi no Ellie". Following the success of the single, their fifth studio album "Nude Man" was bigger than ever. The album reached number-three on Oricon's 1982 year-end chart, and later became that year's best-selling album. One of the highlights of "Nude Man", "Natsu o Akiramete" was recorded by distinguished comedian and singer Naoko Ken the same year. Her cover version sold 300,000 copies, and became one of her most successful works as a singer.
As a songwriter and lyricist, Yumi Matsutoya wrote hundreds of songs for Hi-Fi Set, Asami Kobayashi, Kenji Sawada, Hiromi Gō, Toshihiko Tahara, Reimy and many other artists. Some of them became big hits, such as "Ichigo Hakusho o Mou Ichido"(Performed by Banban, 1975) "Machibuse" (Performed by Seiko Miki, Hitomi Ishikawa, originally released in 1975). Most of their hit tunes were sung by an idol singer Seiko Matsuda. Several songs sung by Matsuda reached number one at Oricon singles chart; such as "Akai Sweet Pea", "Nagisa no Balcony"(1982) and "Hitomi wa Diamond"(1986). These singles are known as notable Matsuda's song. Matsutoya has collaborated with many songwriters and lyricists; Yosui Inoue, Takashi Matsumoto, Kōki Mitani, Kunihiko Kase, Shizuka Ijuin and many others. When Matsutoya wrote songs for other singers, she often used pseudonyms . It was parody on the name of Greta Garbo.