Synonyms for yō_ni or Related words with yō_ni

hitotsu              omoi              omoide              tameni              kimi_wo              kimochi              subete              tame_ni              kotoba              koibito              yume_wo              boku_ni              soshite              namida_wa              chikai              ikenai              negai              hajimete              watashi              rakuen              hitohira              yasashii              kisetsu              wakare              zutto              bokutachi              otona              eien              ippai              tsuki_ni              kioku              watashi_ga              yoru_ni              kakera              ano_hi              unmei              ashiato              bokura              hajimari              youni              yukue              aozora              ga_aru              kimi_ga              tobira              namida              naritai              boku_wa              koi_wa              honto             



Examples of "yō_ni"
All lyrics written by Yasushi Akimoto, except "Eien Yori Tsuzuku ni". "Eien Yori Tsuzuku ni" is written by Hisaya Okada (Mecha-Mecha Iketeru!'s staff).
"Tsuki ni Saku Hana no ni Naru no" (July 22, 2004)
Misia debuted on February 21, 1998, with "Tsutsumikomu ni..." which peaked at number 11 on the Oricon single charts.
The album features songs chosen by Natsukawa as her favourites from her discography. All the chosen songs are songs with messages in them. Only four A-sides feature: the rest are album tracks (with the exception of "Sora no ni Umi no ni" and "Gettōka," which were B-sides from the "Kokoro Tsutae" and "Michishirube" singles respectively.
On November 2, ℃-ute released their 30th single Mugen Climax / Ai wa Maru de Seidenki / Singing (Ano Koro no ni)"
Makidai, now a member of Exile, was one of the backup dancers featured in the music video of "Tsutsumikomu ni...".
Because the Oricon charts only started adding up the total for both versions of a single in May 2001, "Tsutsumikomu ni..." could not reach the Top 10. Had both versions been counted as one, the single would have peaked at #8 on its tenth week, as well as remaining in the Top 10 for seven non-consecutive weeks. "Tsutsumikomu ni..." is the only single for which Misia did not contribute lyrics to.
The album was preceded by the single "Ano Hana no ni" by two months. The song was written by singer Masumi, and was used as the theme song of the drama .
"Hoshi no ni..." debuted on the Oricon Daily Singles chart at number 9 and number 18 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart, with 4,685 copies sold. The single charted for four weeks and sold 6,204 copies in total.
In 2006, it was covered by Mikuni Shimokawa in her album "Remember". In 2008 Aiuchi Rina and U-ka Saegusa in dB covered this song in their single "Nanatsu no Umi o Wataru Kaze no ni".
Akimoto started as a lyricist with The Alfee in 1981; he has written lyrics for various artists such as Kinki Kids, Tunnels, Onyanko Club, AKB48, SKE48, SDN48, NMB48, HKT48. He also wrote Hibari Misora's last single during her lifetime, "Kawa no Nagare no ni", and Jero's debut single "Umi Yuki".
The music video for "Hoshi no ni..." features the original Ultraman and several popular Ultra Monsters. It was directed by long-time collaborator Ukon Uemura and is the first music video to employ Tsuburaya Productions, the studio which produced the original Ultraman TV series and Ultra Series.
"The Bird Without Wings" is a song by Japanese musical act Superfly. It was released as a double A-side single along with "Kagayaku Tsuki no ni" on August 15, 2012. It was used as the theme song for the film "Ushijima the Loan Shark".
Superfly performed the song live at "Music Station" on August 24, at "Bokura no Ongaku" on September 21 and at "NHK Songs" on September 22. On the final episode of "Bokura no Ongaku" on September 19, 2014, Superfly returned to the program and performed "Kagayaku Tsuki no ni" as well as SMAP's 2003 name "Sekai ni Hitotsu dake no Hana".
"Hoshi no ni..." was written by Misia, composed by Sinkiroh and produced by Tohru Shigemi. It served as theme song for the 2009 Ultra Series film "". Misia's involvement with the Ultra Series came about in September 2009, when the main character Ultraman became a sponsor for Misia's charity organization, Child Africa.
Five tracks from the album are used as theme songs in various Japanese productions. The first single "Ai o Kurae" had its title track and B-side used in the film adaptation of the manga "Smuggler". Second single "Kagayaku Tsuki no ni" / "The Bird Without Wings" had both of its title tracks used as theme songs as well; "Kagayaku Tsuki no ni" is the theme song for the television show "Summer Rescue"., and "The Bird Without Wings" is used as the theme song for the "Ushijima the Loan Shark" film. "No Bandage" was also featured in the "Ushijima the Loan Shark" film. The album's title track "Force" is in use as the theme song for the new TV Asahi drama "Doctor X".
This album is the second "best of" collection of Every Little Thing, after "Every Best Single +3" released in 1999, and includes all the singles from "Pray" to "Fundamental Love", which was a recut single for the album (although it was later also included in Commonplace). Nevertheless, as bonus tracks it includes two pre-2000 singles, "For the Moment" and "Deatta Koro no ni", in newly recorded acoustic versions.
The B-side, "Ultra X'mas", is a Christmas song produced by Hawaiian singer-songwriter and Misia collaborator John Paul "JP" Lam. The single also includes a remix of "Hoshi no ni...," which features the famous "Shuwatch" exclamations uttered by Ultraman. An edited version of the remix is also included on the film's soundtrack. The first press edition of the single included a collector's figurine of Ultraman.
Other new enka singers around that time included Fuyumi Sakamoto and Ayako Fuji. Hibari Misora, at the age of 50, released the single "Midaregami" on December 10, 1987. "Midaregami" reached the No. 9 position on the Oricon weekly charts. Yasushi Akimoto wrote the lyrics of her 1989 single "Kawa no Nagare no ni". However, she died in 1989 and the enka range expanded into the genre "kayōkyoku" while the genre "kayōkyoku" was vanishing.
Japanese R&B singer MISIA performs the film's theme song, with its music video featuring MISIA, Ultraman, Alien Baltan, Dada, Pigmon, and Alien Metron. The single is sold as both a standard edition containing just the CD single and a limited edition which includes the CD single and a gold-colored statuette of a caped Ultraman. The other tracks on the single are the remix "Hoshi no ni... (Gomi's Ultra Legend Club Mix)" which includes Ultraman vocals and the song "ULTRA X'MAS". The song is also featured on her album "Just Ballade" while the remix is included on the album for the film's original soundtrack, score composed by Mike Verta.