Synonyms for tsuyoshi_domoto or Related words with tsuyoshi_domoto

masaharu_fukuyama              kazuya_kamenashi              jin_akanishi              yuichi_nakamaru              kinki_kids              tomohisa_yamashita              kanjani_eight              kyōko_koizumi              hideaki_takizawa              koichi_domoto              ryo_nishikido              kazumasa_oda              kota_yabu              mika_nakashima              kobukuro              tatsuya_ueda              kimeru              subaru_shibutani              akiko_wada              kat_tun              meisa_kuroki              hikaru_yaotome              taichi_kokubun              kishidan              kome_kome_club              ketsumeishi              tsuyoshi_nagabuchi              kiyoshi_hikawa              koki_tanaka              maki_ohguro              kazunari_ninomiya              takashi_hosokawa              miho_nakayama              aya_ueto              momoiro_clover              shingo_katori              ryōko_hirosue              ryuhei_maruyama              daiki_arioka              ryosuke_yamada              sunao_ni              kyoko_fukada              tadayoshi_okura              kenji_sawada              keito_okamoto              yōsui_inoue              hiroko_yakushimaru              saburō_kitajima              yuna_ito              yuto_nakajima             



Examples of "tsuyoshi_domoto"
Thelma Aoyama, Mika Nakashima, Kazumasa Oda, Ryuichi Kawamura, Hikaru Utada, Ayaka, Kobukuro, Tsuyoshi Domoto and many other Japanese artists have covered Ozaki's song, "I Love You."
In 2004, Kokubun took a break from Tokio to form a temporary group with KinKi Kids member Tsuyoshi Domoto. Together they released the theme song to "Fantastipo", a movie in which they starred.
Fantastipo is a 2005 Japanese film starring Tsuyoshi Domoto (Kinki Kids) and Taichi Kokubun (TOKIO). The theme song "Fantastipo" is sung by the special unit of the 2 lead actors Toraji Haiji.
The film revolves around the mostly dependable Toraji (Taichi Kokubun of TOKIO) and free-spirited Haiji (Tsuyoshi Domoto of Kinki Kids), two siblings who suddenly become President and Executive Director of Armadillo, Inc. when their father, Kintaro Koinobori (Akira Takarada), suddenly steps down from his position and appoints his sons in his stead.
Matsumoto appeared on the silver screen in the 1998 film but his breakthrough did not come until 2001 when he was cast as Hajime Kinda'ichi in the third season of "Kinda'ichi Shōnen no Jikenbo", taking over the role from Tsuyoshi Domoto and co-starring opposite Anne Suzuki.
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.
In 2004, Taichi Kokubun took a leave from Tokio to form the temporary music unit "Toraji Haiji" with KinKi Kids member Tsuyoshi Domoto. Together they recorded the theme song for the movie "Fantastipo", in which they starred in. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of their debut, Tokio released their first cover album, "TOK10" in September 2004.
On March 11, 2014, Oricon and Fuji TV announced that Tomomi Ogawa will be the new bassist of the Domoto Brothers Band, the house band that plays for the Sunday night TV musical variety show . The variety show is hosted by Koichi Domoto and Tsuyoshi Domoto. Her first TV appearance with the band was on April 6, 2014.
It was the theme song for "Koko de Kiss Shite", a drama produced for NTV's series of dramas from March 2 to April 27, 1999. The song was also used as a theme song for the variety show "Downtown DX". The song was covered as a part of a medley by Rie Tomosaka on the television show "The Yoru mo Hippare" on September 9, 2000. It was covered again by Tsuyoshi Domoto of KinKi Kids on their Fuji TV variety show "Shin-Domoto Kyodai" on July 3, 2005, and by D.H.Y (Dogs Holiday of Yawn) on their cover album "Loves" (2006).
Born in Ashiya, Hyōgo, Japan, Domoto joined the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates at the age of 12 after his sister sent in his application without his knowledge. Domoto and his bandmate Tsuyoshi Domoto first worked together as backdancers for Hikaru Genji, who were holding a concert at Yokohama Arena, and has since then been partnered up for magazine photoshoots, music acts and drama projects. The duo eventually made their debut in 1997 with a double release of a single "Garasu no Shōnen" and an album "A Album", both of which went on to sell over a million copies.
Unlike Katsura, he is not interested in saving the country: rather, he believes that the only way to save it is to destroy the "rotten" post-Joi war world. He is particularly resentful about this, as he claims that it has stolen their teacher- Shoyo Yoshida, who instructed him, Katsura, and Gintoki on the ways of the samurai- away from them. His antagonism with them drove him to make dealings with the space pirates Harusame in order to drive them off, offering Gintoki and Katsura's heads as the "ticket" to join. Sorachi himself mentioned in the character formula book that he "hates change", which provides another reason for his hatred of the changes that the Amanto brought about. He is voiced by Takehito Koyasu in the Japanese version and by Kyle Jones in the English dub of the movie, and Alex Zahara in the anime series. In live action, he will be portrayed by Tsuyoshi Domoto. His name is based on the historical Takasugi Shinsaku.