Synonyms for yūko_takeuchi or Related words with yūko_takeuchi

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Examples of "yūko_takeuchi"
The cast includes Satoshi Tsumabuki as Kiyoaki Matsugae, Yūko Takeuchi as Satoko Ayakura, and Sosuke Takaoka as Shigekuni Honda.
Hara’s first film role was with Yukie Nakama and Hideaki Itō in the 2001 film "Love Song". In the same year, she appeared with Yūko Takeuchi and SMAP leader Masahiro Nakai in the TV medical drama, "Shiroi Kage".
In 2004, Queen's version was used as the theme for "Pride", the successful Japanese drama starring Takuya Kimura and Yūko Takeuchi, aired on Fuji Television, that featured the songs by the band. "Jewels", their tie-in compilation album featured "I Was Born to Love You" and released only in Japan, and the song re-entered the Japanese chart.
Spring Snow starts in 1912, as Emperor Taishō begins his short reign and Japan's upper classes ("kazoku") are mimicking the tastes and manners of Europe's aristocrats. Among them are two children, Kiyoaki Matsugae (Satoshi Tsumabuki) who is the only son of the Marquess Matsugae and Satoko Ayakura (Yūko Takeuchi) who is the only daughter of the Earl Ayakura.
"The Power of Smile/Remember the Kiss" is Kokia's 10th single, released on September 24, 2003. It is currently Kokia's most commercially successful single, after being used as the Kao "Essential Damage Care" shampoo commercials in 2003, featuring actress Yūko Takeuchi.
Nakamura came to international attention in 2004 after starring in the highly successful romance movie "Ima, Ai ni Yukimasu" ("Be With You") with Yūko Takeuchi, the two stars playing a couple separated by death. The two married for a short time after filming was complete, from May 10, 2005 until they divorced on February 29, 2008.
, is a 2004 Japanese drama film based on a Japanese novel of the same name written by Takuji Ichikawa. The film was adapted from the novel by Yoshikazu Okada, and it was directed by Nobuhiro Doi. It stars actress Yūko Takeuchi as Mio Aio and actor Shido Nakamura as Takumi Aio.
"I Was Born to Love You" was used as the theme song of the Japanese television drama "Pride" on Fuji Television in 2004, starring Takuya Kimura and Yūko Takeuchi. The show's soundtrack also contained other songs by Queen. "Don't Stop Me Now" has featured in the BBC television show "Top Gear", and in 2005 the song was voted as "The Greatest Driving Song Ever" by the shows viewers.
In January 2010, Matsumoto co-starred with the other members of Arashi in their first drama in nearly ten years in the human suspense drama special . Matsumoto portrayed , a 27-year-old motorcycle courier rider who is caught up in a building hijack. Matsumoto co-starred with Yūko Takeuchi in his first Getsuku drama titled . He also made a guest appearance on the final episode of bandmate Ohno's drama , which is based on the Fujiko Fujio's "Kaibutsu-kun" manga and anime series.
Nicole (Peyton List) wonders if she should tell Bryce (Zachary Knighton) where Keiko (Yūko Takeuchi) is. She then decides to tell Bryce because she worries if not doing so will result in her death, which she saw in her vision. Nicole tells Bryce that Keiko is in holding. Keiko is later released and taken with her mother. Bryce goes to get Keiko later, but is too late.
Yui released her 9th single "My Generation/Understand" on June 13, 2007. It was her first double A-side single. "My Generation" was selected as the ending theme for the TV drama "Seito Shokun!", and "Understand" was chosen as the theme song for the movie "Dog in a Sidecar" (サイドカーに犬), (starring her senpai at Stardust Promotion, Yūko Takeuchi). The single charted at number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Charts the first week of its release.
Two teenagers, Masami (Hitomi Satō) and Tomoko (Yūko Takeuchi), talk about a videotape recorded by a boy in Izu which is fabled to bear a curse that kills the viewer seven days after watching. Tomoko reveals that a week ago, she and three of her friends watched a weird tape and received a call after watching. Tomoko goes downstairs and witnesses her TV turn on by itself. She later hears startling noises and turns around, only to be killed by an unseen force.
The group's song "Love Rainbow" was used as the theme song for the romance drama starring Matsumoto and Yūko Takeuchi. "To Be Free", Arashi's third single of 2010, became the group's twentieth consecutive number-one single since "Pikanchi Double" (2004) on July 13. Together with Ohno's solo single , which was released on the same day as "To Be Free" and placed at number-two, Arashi and Ohno accomplished the rare feat of a group and a solo artist from the group simultaneously taking the top two spots for the first time in nearly ten years.
The agency has a dominant share in the management of actresses. For example, it manages Yūko Takeuchi (best known for the movie "Be with You"), Miki Nakatani ("Densha Otoko"), and Kō Shibasaki ("Socrates in Love"). The agency is also famous for its all-female musical groups musical groups such as Momoiro Clover Z, Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku, and all-male musical groups such as Bullet Train, Dish and also has its own independent record label, namely SDR (Stardust Records).
Bryce (Zachary Knighton) finds Keiko (Yūko Takeuchi) has already left when he arrives at the detention center, and he heads to the sushi restaurant to wait for her. Bryce apologizes to Nicole (Peyton List), telling her he loves Keiko, and Nicole apologizes for keeping the truth from him. At the airport, Keiko’s mother creates a diversion to allow Keiko to leave. She meets Bryce at the sushi restaurant, and the two smile as they see their flashforwards coming true. Meanwhile, Nicole is driving and veers off the road into a lake. She is rescued by a passerby; Nicole realizes what she had seen in her flashforward was the man trying to save her and not drown her. Her rescuer, Ed (Patrick J. Adams), confirms this with his own flashforward.