Synonyms for utsukushii or Related words with utsukushii

soshite              hitori              itsuka              koisuru              yasashii              omoi              mienai              shiranai              zutto              nemuru              ikenai              gakari              chiisana              renai              gokoro              saraba              otona              soredemo              jinsei              omoide              dakishimete              nante              danshi              jibun              tameni              boku              kimochi              itsumo              asobi              moeru              hyaku              aitsu              anata              kiseki              taiyou              mizuiro              bitsu              kamisama              shoujo              warau              tanoshii              datte              owaranai              egao              hitotsu              ikite              banashi              odoru              dekinai              tsumetai             

Examples of "utsukushii"
Her first SKE48 Senbatsu was for the single Utsukushii Inazuma.
Urbangarde's new album "Utsukushii Kuni" came out in June 2014. The title "Utsukushii Kuni" (Beautiful Country) is actually a play on words. Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, used the phrase as a title of his book and in a political speech during his first term. Urbangarde intentionally used the wrong Chinese character 鬱(utsu=depression) instead of 美しい(utsukushii=beautiful). The album features artwork by Makoto Aida, a contemporary Japanese painter renowned for his provocative works of manga, painting, video, photography and sculpture.
Kuroki won the best director award at the 2004 Mainichi Film Awards for "The Face of Jizo" and "Utsukushii natsu Kirishima" (2004).
The song was first unveiled in late February 2009, when it was used in commercials promoting Canon's Digital IXUS brand of cameras. Superfly's next single "Dancing on the Fire" (2009) followed "Koisuru Hitomi wa Utsukushii" as the second song used for this commercial campaign, which was created in the same style as "Koisuru Hitomi wa Utsukushii". Superfly performed the song live at "Music Station" on August 7, and again at "Music Japan" on September 13.
"Doll" is a Japanese-language song by girl pop rock band Scandal. The song begins ""Koisuru otome wa utsukushii to iu shoumei dekinai genjitsu / Akogare idaiteru bakari atashi kirei ni kazarareta doll"".
新沖縄文字 ("Shin Okinawa-moji"), devised by , in his textbook "Utsukushii Okinawa no Hougen" (美しい沖縄の方言; "The beautiful Okinawan Dialect"; ISBN 4-905784-19-0). The rule applies to hiragana only. Katakana is used as in Japanese; just like in the conventional usage of Okinawan.
The music video was directed by Shūichi Banba, the first time Banba worked together with Superfly. He would go on to be a regular collaborator, directing videos for songs such as "Hi-Five," "Koisuru Hitomi wa Utsukushii", "Yasashii Kimochi de" and "".
Beside the singles, two songs included on the album were used in movies and TV shows. The song "Vanitas" was used as theme song for Fuji TV's drama "Dolce". The song was later released digitally in October 10, 2012. The song "Utsukushii Hito" was used as theme song for the movie "Little Maesutora".
Shimizu released his fourth single titled "Utsukushii Hibi yo" / "Sayonara wa Itsumo Sobani" on July 15, 2009 in Japan. It debuted at number 14 and sold 8,576 copies in the first week. The track "Kaze no Youni" from this single was inspired by the song "Kaze no Dōkei" from the Chrono Trigger Soundtrack. The single sold a total of 11,144 copies so far.
To promote the "Box Emotions" release, Tsutaya stores rented out CD singles featuring "Alright!!" as the lead track, and a second track titled , beginning on August 15, 2009. This second track consisted of 30 second clips of the other 4 singles on the album: "How Do I Survive?", "My Best of My Life", and "Koisuru Hitomi wa Utsukushii/Yasashii Kimochi de".
Following the success of the French label, similar associations have been set up in Wallonia ("Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie"), Quebec ("Les Plus Beaux Villages du Québec"), Italy ("I Borghi Piu Belli d'Italia"), Spain ("Los pueblos más bonitos de España"), and Japan ("Nihon de mottomo utsukushii mura").
In 2008 their debut EP, Melodic Tardcore was self-released, and available from It's Alive Records. Their follow up EP was released in 2009 and titled Utsukushii. This EP sold on Japanese label SP Records. Ben Weasel of Screeching Weasel and the Riverdales completed the sequencing on both of these releases.
Kokia took her inspiration from many places. "Inori ni mo Nita Utsukushii Sekai" was written in the vein of hymns she heard at church when she was young. "Nukumori (Listen for the Love)" was written for her grandfather, when Kokia was spending time nursing him at his bedside in hospital, before his death. "Ahiru no Kokoro" is based on the fairy tale The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen.
On June 16, 2011, Jonathan released his first Japanese single "Kimi wa bara yori utsukushii" (君は薔薇より美しい(You are more beautiful than a rose)). In the same year, he became a talk show host in the popular TVB J2 programme "Big Boys Club" (兄弟幫); starred as the male lead role in a highly popular musical "A Love Fetherlite", and toured Shenzhen and Guangzhou in a series of performance.
Once she lost the position, she came back to the center for the group's 11th single, "Inochi wa Utsukushii", which was released on March 18, 2015. In this single, her second solo titled "Gomenne Zutto..." is included as a coupling track. She appeared on the fashion magazine "non-no" as an exclusive model starting with the June 2015 issue. In July 2015, she played the lead role in the Nogizaka46 drama "Hatsumori Bemars".
Mishima made use of contemporary events in many of his works. "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion" published in 1956 is a fictionalization of the burning of the famous temple in Kyoto. "Utage no ato" ("After the Banquet"), published in 1960, so closely followed the events surrounding politician Hachirō Arita's campaign to become governor of Tokyo that Mishima was sued for invasion of privacy. In 1962, Mishima's most avant-garde work, "Utsukushii hoshi" ("Beautiful Star"), which at times comes close to science fiction, was published to mixed critical response.
In July 2006, Kokia created 47 Stories, which was a concept theme for her musical activities. The project intended to "deliver songs to the 47 Prefectures of Japan," as opposed to just the central metropolitan areas where concerts are generally held. A new song of hers, "Inori ni mo Nita Utsukushii Sekai," was made the theme song for the intended concerts. This would eventually make its way onto the album. Kokia, however, did not manage to reach all 47 wards of Japan. At the second date of her Kokia 2006 Keep Moving tour, Kokia gave out 100 "Birthday Present" EPs for the earliest people at the venue in celebration of her 30th birthday. The CD featured "Inori ni mo Nita Utsukushii Sekai" and another song that would be put onto the album, "Itsuka Dareka o Ai Shita Toki." Many of the songs performed at 47 Stories concerts made it onto the album, such as "Ahiru no Kokoro," "Atatakai Basho," "Inochi no Hikari," "Kakusei (Open Your Eyes)" and "So Sad So Bad."
designed to explain American campus life to Japanese people. He also wrote about the University of Cambridge, after a year's visit ("Harukanaru Kenburijji: Ichi sugakusha no Igirisu"). In a popular book on mathematics, he categorized theorems as beautiful theorems or ugly theorems. He is also known in Japan for speaking out against government reforms in secondary education. He wrote "The Dignity of a State", which according to Time Asia was the second best selling book in the first six months of 2006 in Japan . In 2006 he published "Yo ni mo utsukushii sugaku nyumon" ("An Introduction to the World's Most Elegant Mathematics") with the writer Yoko Ogawa: it is a dialogue between novelist and mathematician on the extraordinary beauty of numbers.
On November 1, 2012, she was transferred to Team K. In 2013 she was assigned to be one of the members to sing the title track on the AKB48's 31st single "Sayonara Crawl". In the 2013 AKB48 elections (AKB48 32nd Single Senbatsu Sōsenkyo) Mariya Nagao placed 35th. In the 2014 AKB48 elections (AKB48 37th Single Senbatsu Sōsenkyo) she placed 65th. In the 2015 AKB48 elections (AKB48 41st Single Senbatsu Sōsenkyo) she placed 69th. On December 7, 2015 Mariya Nagao announced her "graduation" from AKB48. On March 10, 2016, shortly before officially leaving the group (the graduation ceremony was due March 19), Mariya Nagao released her first photobook, titled "Utsukushii Saibō". With approximately 7,000 copies sold in the first week (according to Oricon), it debuted in the first place of the Oricon Photobook Chart.
Kaze, Ghost Warrior is an independent, computer animated film featuring anthropomorphic animals as the inhabitants of a distant world. The 22-minute pilot episode, created entirely by Timothy Albee, is intended to be viewed as both the first episode of a projected series, and as a Lightwave technology demo. The film was released in late 2004 on DVD and is available through a private distributor. It has also traversed the globe within numerous film festivals winning awards and recognition along the way and is currently touring the U.K. The second episode of the series is currently in development. A touched-up re-release of the pilot is also planned and would include such polishing touches as tails for the characters, a voice for Utsukushii, and "an in-depth scene between Kaze and his father talking about Kaze's disappearance and return."