Synonyms for wasurenai or Related words with wasurenai

dakishimete              zutto              itsuka              omoi              aishiteru              yasashii              aitai              anata              yureru              hitori              negai              shiawase              itsumademo              itsumo              yakusoku              tsumetai              itoshii              kimochi              kanashii              shinjite              taiyou              soshite              tameni              koete              tenshi              tsuyoku              hirogete              chiisana              hitotsu              koisuru              nante              utsukushii              yobu              namida              kanashimi              gokoro              shiranai              yasashiku              omoide              nemurenai              inochi              chikai              utae              kanashiki              ichido              tadaima              ikenai              ikite              boku              kamisama             



Examples of "wasurenai"
"Sweetness" is Misia's 5th single. It was released on November 25, 1999 simultaneously with Wasurenai Hibi. It peaked at #7 selling 92,290 copies on its first week.
Mākii made her acting debut with the December 2006 movie, "Anata wo Wasurenai (I Won't Forget You)". The band performed two songs for the film, "Tadoritsuku Basho", the film's theme song and "Oxalis", an insert song. The two songs were released as a double A-side single, "Tadoritsuku Basho/Oxalis". When "Anata wo Wasurenai" was released, it entered the Japanese box offices in the 10th position. Also, "Resistance" was used as the theme song for the Nintendo DS game, "".
The second single "Wasurenai Kara" reached number four on the initial counting week of May 2002, with sales of 78,310 copies. It charted for 5 weeks. In 2002, with 132,260 copies sold, was the 98th best selling single of the year.
"" is Thelma Aoyama's seventh single, and her second in 2009. It was released on August 5, 2009. The title is the theme song for , which was released in Japan on August 8. The B-side, "Don't Stop", features vocals by AI. The CD+DVD edition of the single includes the music video for "Wasurenai yo".
'Kono Hi no Chime o Wasurenai' is the first original album released by SKE48. All of the 63 members of SKE48 had their own music video. This made the Album set a new Guinness World Record, for the most number of music videos on an album with 63 videos.
26 Years Diary (Japanese: あなたを忘れない "Anata wo Wasurenai"; Korean: 너를 잊지 않을거야 "Neoreul Ijji Nanheulgeoya"; literally "I Won't Forget You") is a biopic that tells the story of Lee Su-hyon's life and death.
The duo resumed in 2007 with acoustic live shows and released "Balcony" in 2009, followed by a digital-only single "Boku wa Wasurenai" on HearJapan. Feeling the need to celebrate a ten-year anniversary, the duo stepped up their activities with live dates in Osaka and Tokyo in June 2009. The duo have stated that their goal is a performance on UK music TV show Later... with Jools Holland.
The 13th song will be chosen by the fans through a request page. The song chosen by the fans is Naoto Inti Raymi's song "Ima no Kimi wo Wasurenai" Covers has been certified Gold by RIAJ for shipment of 100,000 copies. On 16 May, it was announced that Covers sold over 100,000 copies.making it Beni's highest ranked and best selling album so far. The website announced on 21 August, that a Deluxe version of "Covers" was going to be released on 12 September 2012. The new version would include a DVD with music video's and live video footage.
"Tadoritsuku Basho"/"Oxalis" is the band's ninth single and their first release in 2007. Both A-sides are part of the soundtrack of the movie Anata wo Wasurenai (貴方を忘れない), which also features High and Mighty Color vocalist Maakii as an actor. This single is the group's to come in alternating editions (one with and one without the DVD) and their first double A-side single. Music videos for each song were produced, the one for "Tadoritsuku Basho" (directed by Yūsuke Takuno) being released one day after the one for "Oxalis" (directed by Hiroto Fujiyasu).
Despite her healthy lifestyle, which included abstaining from tobacco and alcohol, Sakai was seriously ill at times. According to the Kitto Wasurenai Official book, she had to stop her career temporarily due to various uterus-related illnesses in 2001, and did not begin working full-time until 2003. In June 2006, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, for which she immediately underwent treatment. She appeared to have healed, but discovered that her cancer had spread to her lungs, indicating a Stage 5 cancer. She began undergoing treatment at Keio University Hospital in April 2007 but she never fully recovered.
The major breakthrough for Zard came with the sixth single in 1993, "Makenaide", which became No. 1 in the Oricon charts and went on to sell over 1.8 million copies. She went on to release two more songs that reached No. 1, "Yureru Omoi" and "Kitto Wasurenai" in the same year. An album titled "Yureru Omoi" featuring both "Makenaide" and "Yureru Omoi" sold two million copies, the first million milestone for Zard in album sales. In fact, Being was so successful in the early 1990s that it was called Being Boom. No one sold more CDs than Zard in this year.
The composition was done once again by Kenji Yamamoto. Out of all the pieces used in game, only five were new material, and the rest were remixed arrangements of previously used music from both 16- and 32-bit eras. The game also featured four brand new songs, the opening theme "Biggest Fight", the closing themes "Kimi o Wasurenai" and "Thank You", and Goku's Super Saiyan 4 theme "Hero of Heroes". All of these songs were performed by Hironobu Kageyama with Kuko providing backup vocals. On September 16, 1997, nine of the compositions and the four songs were released by Zain Records exclusive in Japan as . The Future Trunks theme arrangement "Hikari no Willpower" was featured as a hidden bonus track.
In 2002, on April 24, he released his eleventh single "Wasurenai Kara". It peaked at number four, spending five weeks on the charts. On June 6, Gackt went on the nationwide live house tour which represented his new concept and included nine concerts at eight venues. The final concert was held on July 10, at Zepp Sendai. On June 16, the third studio concept album "Moon" was released. It is Gackt's best-selling album, reached number two on the charts, and was certified gold by RIAJ. On September 22, at the Beijing Worker's Gymnasium, in China, a large musical event "China-Japan: Holding Hands, Moving Together" was held as part of "Japan-China Diplomatic Relations Normalization 30th Anniversary Commemoration", and Gackt was among the handful who represented his homeland. On October 14, he continued the concept with the nationwide tour , which included 22 concerts among fifteen venues. The final concert was held on December 24, at the Yokohama Arena.
On January 1, 1992, they released their first album, "SMAP 001", which peaked at #14 and released another album, "SMAP 002", in the same year and peaked at #6. Their singles, "Egao no Genki", "Yuki ga Futtekita", "Zutto Wasurenai", "Hajimete no Natsu", "Kimi wa Kimi dayo", "$10", and "Kimi iro Omoi", released from 1992 through 1994, all peaked at the top 10. They headlined three tours in 1992, from January to August. In 1993, they released their third and fourth album, "SMAP 003" and "SMAP 004", which peaked at #11 and #3 respectively. In 1992, Inagaki starred in a drama television series, "Hatachi no Yakusoku", as the main role. In 1993, Kimura starred in a drama television series, "Asunaro Hakusho", which became a massive hit, with an average household share rating of 27% and 31.9% for the season finale. Kimura’s popularity soared and from then on, members of the band started their acting careers individually.
The discography of Japanese R&B singer Misia consists of nine studio albums, three compilation albums, one extended play (EP), one live album, six remix albums, twenty-six singles (including one as a featured artist), twelve promotional singles, eighteen video albums and thirty-seven music videos. In 1997, Misia signed a recording contract with BMG Japan and joined the then up-and-coming talent agency, Rhythmedia. Under the sub-label Arista Japan, Misia released her first single, "Tsutsumikomu Yō ni..." in February 1998, followed by "Hi no Ataru Basho" in May. In June, her debut album, "Mother Father Brother Sister", opened at number three on the Oricon chart. The album peaked at number one three weeks later and stayed in the top five for eleven consecutive weeks. "Mother Father Brother Sister" was certified double million and won a Japan Record Award for Best Album, as well as a Japan Gold Disc Award for Pop Album of the Year. In 2000, Misia's second studio album, "Love Is the Message", debuted at number one and was certified double million. It won a Japan Record Award for Best Album and a Japan Gold Disc Award for Pop Album of the Year. The album spawned three top ten hits: "Believe," "Wasurenai Hibi" and "Sweetness." Misia's first remix album, "Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo", was released three months later and shot to number one. It sold over 800,000 copies and is the second best-selling remix album of all time in Japan.
When the game was released throughout North America, several changes were made for localization. Dialog by the Japanese voice actors was replaced, but not by the then current voice cast at Ocean Group. Instead, Bandai America decided to use an uncredited cast of U.S. voice talent. However, the battle voices still consist of the Japanese voice cast, causing the character voices to clash. The game's opening theme, "Biggest Fight", was replaced with an untitled instrumental rock track in the opening FMV. The cast credits at the end of the game, also set to "Biggest Fight", were removed completely. The two closing songs "Kimi o Wasurenai" and "Thank You!" remain instrumental even when the game is beaten on normal and difficult settings. However, Super Saiyan 4 Goku's theme, "Hero of Heroes", was left unchanged. At the title screen, the game's sound test is available, whereas in the original Japanese it was a secret that players could only access by holding down certain buttons at once. The Buildup data transfer option was removed due to the fact "Ultimate Battle 22" had not been released at that time. When the game was reissued in 2004, the game's data was not altered in any way from its 1997 North American release by Bandai.