Synonyms for yasashii or Related words with yasashii

omoi              hitori              zutto              itsuka              kimochi              tameni              itsumo              anata              yakusoku              hitotsu              boku              chiisana              omoide              kanashii              namida              soshite              dakishimete              negai              utsukushii              yume              taiyou              ikenai              shita              koibito              kamisama              natsu              egao              nante              yoru              otona              tenshi              shiranai              seishun              wasurenai              ongaku              shiawase              hajimari              koisuru              ichiban              inochi              jibun              aishiteru              hajimete              tsukiyo              oshiete              watashi              yureru              jikan              yoake              renai             

Examples of "yasashii"
Yasashii Kimochi was released with an extended introduction on the album. "Junior Sweet" and were released as B-sides to Chara's "Yasashii Kimochi" and "Time Machine" singles, respectively. "Watashi wa Kawaii Hito to Iwaretai"'s originally released version was 6:01 in length.
"Yasashii Kiss no Mitsukekata" is the fifth single of J-pop singer, Hitomi Shimatani, under Avex Trax. It was released September 12, 2001.
As of December 10, 2009 the music video for "Yasashii Kimochi" has been viewed more than 846,000 times on popular video-sharing website YouTube.
"Yasashii Akuma" (やさしい悪魔), also known as "My Sweet Devil", was the first single released in Japan by the group. The song is a remake of 1970's pop group Candies' song "Yasashii Akuma". The B-side is a Japanese version of their Korean debut single, "Magic Girl". The single was released on September 5, 2012, peaking on the Oricon Weekly Chart at #10.
In 2009, the pop/hiphop duo Halcali heavily sampled "Yasashii Kimochi" in their single "Re:Yasashii Kimochi" The new lyrics written by Halcali and their producer Pal@pop, act as an 'answer song' to the original lyrics.
Many of Exile's most commercially successful songs have been written by Atsushi, including "Everything" (2006), "Someday" (2009), "Yasashii Hikari" (2009), "Motto Tsuyoku" (2010), "Rising Sun" (2011) and "Exile Pride (Konna Sekai o Ai Suru Tame)" (2013).
U-ka saegusa IN db 1st ~Kimi to Yakusoku Shita Yasashii Ano Basho made~ is the first studio album by Japanese group U-ka Saegusa in dB. The album includes 4 previously released singles since It's for you till Kimi to Yakusoku Shita Yasashii Ano Basho made. The singles "Whenever I think of you" and "Tears go by" weren't released in this album. The album was released on November 19, 2003 under Giza Studio label. The album reached #19 rank in Oricon for first week. It charted for 6 weeks and totally sold 25,747 copies.
Sakagami has received a number of awards for his writings, including the 1991 Yomiuri Prize for "Yasashii teihakuchi", the 1992 Noma Literary Prize for "Denen fukei", the Chūōkōron Prize for "Aru aki no dekigoto" (An Incident in Autumn), the New Writer's Prize of the Ministry of Culture, and the Kawabata Prize. In 2008 he became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
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".
The Latin subtitle of the song which means "think about the death" was named after the photo book that made songwriter impressed, which was taken and edited by Shinya Fujiwara. When the re-recorded version of the song was featured on B-side of a single "Yasashii Uta" released in 2001, its alternative title was omitted.
In 1985, Terao started to work with Akira Kurosawa in "Ran". Five years later he appeared as "I" in Kurosawa's "Dreams". He has worked with director Takashi Koizumi in "After the Rain" and "The Professor's Beloved Equation". As for dramas, Terao has acted with Kazunari Ninomiya in "Yasashii Jikan" as well as in the latest Takuya Kimura-helmed drama, "Change" (spring 2008).
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 "".
Orange Caramel is the first full-length Japanese album by After School sub-unit Orange Caramel. It was released on March 13, 2013 by Avex Trax. The album was preceded by the singles "Yasashii Akuma" and "Lipstick/Lamu no Love Song".
Chara's fame soared, as shown by her next album "Junior Sweet". The main single from the album, "Yasashii Kimochi" (the Shiseido 'Tessera J' CM song), was a big hit, selling over 520,000 copies and became her second biggest hit after "Swallowtail Butterfly (Ai no Uta)". The album was certified by the RIAJ as selling over 1,000,000 copies.
On December 23, 2011, Ayaka made her first public performance since her medical break by appearing on the Music Station 2011 Special. She performed two new songs, "Yasashii Ao" (優しい青)and "Hajimari No Toki" (はじまりのとき)from her upcoming album.
On January 1, 2012, video performances and interviews of her upcoming songs were released exclusively on Ayaka's Gyao! Yahoo! Japan dedicated website, including "Hajimari no toki" and "Yasashii ao". She also announced on the same day that she would be touring live across Japan from April 27 through July 25, 2012.
They got the Top Pop Artist Award from Billboard Japan Music Awards 2010 on February 6, 2011. Also they participated in Kuroyume's tribute album which was released on February 9, the song SID will do is "Yasashii Higeki(Tender Tragedy)" a song by Kuroyume that was released in 1995.
For "Gyakuyunyū: Kōwankyoku", Sheena chose songs she had given to other musicians to record. Of the four songs she had written for Kuriyama, Sheena chose "Seishun no Matataki" and the song "Ketteiteki Sanpunkan." Sheena chose to collaborate with a different artist on each song, and for "Seishun no Matataki" decided to work with producer Keiichi Tomita, also known as Tomita Lab. Sheena first learnt about Tomita through his work with Japanese band Kirinji, who Sheena listened to in the late 1990s. Sheena had worked together with Tomita on his 2013 album "Joyous", performing vocals on the three songs "Yasashii Tetsugaku", "Tokai no Yoru, Watashi no Machi" and "Kono Yo wa Fushigi." The song "Yasashii Tetsugaku" was later featured as the first track on Sheena's album "Ukina" (2013), which compiled collaborations she had done in the past.
Of the collaborators she had worked with before, Nobuhiko Nakayama had acted as a programmer on "Shōso Strip" and had performed at Tokyo Jihen tours. Sheena had worked together with Keiichi Tomita on his Tomita Lab album "Joyous", performing the songs "Yasashii Tetsugaku", "Tokai no Yoru, Watashi no Machi" and "Kono Yo wa Fushigi". The song "Yasashii Tetsugaku" was featured on her collaboration album "Ukina" (2013). Sheena had worked together with accordion player Yoshiaki Sato several times. He performed on her songs "Ringo no Uta" (2003), "Karisome Otome (Hitokuchizaka Ver.)" (2007) and "Karisome Otome (Tameikisannoh Ver.)" (2007), and was also a member of the backing band for her "Tōtaikai" concerts in 2013. His song "Your Son" was also sampled on "Saisakizaka". Sheena had also worked with Yoichi Murata on multiple occasions.
Jyongri released her sixth single, "Winter Love Story", on December 3, 2008. The title track was used as ending theme for various NTV programs from October to December 2008. The single featured two B-sides, "Tender Touch" and "Blue Destiny". "Tender Touch" had previously been released on her second album "Love Forever" as track two. "Blue Destiny" was the theme song for the movie "Yasashii Senritsu". "Winter Love Story" debuted at #31 on the Oricon chart.