Synonyms for yoake or Related words with yoake

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Examples of "yoake"
The opening theme "~ Symphony of Destruction ~", and the ending theme "Dawn ~ Yoake ~" was composed and arranged by Osamu Yamanaka Akira .
The B-side, "Koe ni Dekinai (Yoake no Machi de version)", is the version of the original song featured on the soundtrack of the film "Yoake no Machi de". The limited edition of the single included a DVD featuring an acoustic performance of the song, with Depapepe playing the acoustic guitar.
It was released on the same day with the groups's fourth album, "Hakkin no Yoake". According to Oricon, "Hakkin no Yoake" sold 81,254 units in its first week and "Amaranthus" sold 80,783. The albums debuted at #1 and #2 in the Oricon weekly albums chart.
It was released on the same day with the group's third album, "Amaranthus". According to Oricon, "Hakkin no Yoake" sold 81,254 units in its first week and "Amaranthus" sold 80,783. "Hakkin no Yoake" debuted at number 1 in the Oricon weekly albums chart and "Amaranthus" at number 2.
In 2001 he provided music for "Yoake no Mariko", a Japan-exclusive PS2 game designed by "Ren & Stimpy Show" creators, Spümcø.
Fourteenth single release from KAT-TUN including songs "Ultimate Wheels" and "Two." This edition includes a bonus DVD with a music video of the title song and its making-of. Regular Edition (First Press) including songs "Ultimate Wheels," "Make Or Break," "Ultimate Wheels" (karaoke)," and "Make Or Break" (karaoke). Regular Edition including songs "Ultimate Wheels"," "Yoake Made," "Ultimate Wheels" (karaoke)," and "Yoake Made" (karaoke). Features alternate CD cover artwork.
Directed by Masahiko Ohta and written by Aoshima Takashi, a 12-episode anime adaptation of "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na" was animated by Daume titled "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Crescent Love". It aired between October 4 and December 20, 2006 on TBS Japan. Sentai Filmworks distributed the anime as "Brighter than the Dawning Blue". The original soundtrack for the anime was released on January 26, 2007 by Geneon Entertainment with 28 tracks.
"Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na" was released as a limited edition on September 22, 2005 for Windows; the regular edition was released on December 22, 2005. Aria and HuneX released a PlayStation 2 (PS2) port titled "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Brighter than dawning blue" on December 7, 2006, which removed the adult elements of the game and introduced two additional heroines. The PS2 version was later ported back to Windows titled "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Brighter than dawning blue for PC" on September 18, 2009. A sequel to the story established in the PS2 version titled "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Moonlight Cradle" was released as a limited edition on February 27, 2009 for Windows; the regular edition was released on September 18, 2009. Premium packs were later released containing both "Brighter than dawning blue" and "Moonlight Cradle". Aria released a PlayStation Portable port titled "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Portable" on February 25, 2010. A version compatible with Windows 7 was released on July 29, 2011.
"Stay: Yoake no Soul" made its chart debut on the official Oricon Albums Chart at #7rank for first week with 22,802 sold copies. It charted for 6 weeks and toally sold 31,092 copies.
The game was released in December 2001 exclusively to Japan and a Performance Pack was released shortly afterward. Following this, a sequel entitled "Yoake no Mariko 2nd Act" was released on 24 January 2002.
Stay: Yoake no Soul is the seventh studio album by Japanese group Garnet Crow. The album was released on September 30, 2009, by Giza Studio. The lead single, "Yume no Hitotsu", was released on August 13, 2008.
A rearranged version of this titular song also appeared on the band's seventh album, "Stay: Yoake no Soul". The album's limited edition disc featured another version of the song, titled "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete: Silent Poet ver.".
Winstanley wrote: "Seeing the common people of England by joynt consent of person and purse have caste out Charles our Norman oppressour, wee have by this victory recovered ourselves from under his Norman yoake."
The is a railway line in Japan, operated by Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu). It connects Jōno Station in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture with Yoake Station in Hita, Ōita Prefecture. The line is named after Hita and Mount Hiko.
The Jono - Tagawa-Ita section was opened in 1915 by the Kokura Railway Co., that company being nationalised in 1943. The Soeda - Daigyoji section opened between 1937 and 1946, and the Daigyoji - Yoake section opened in 1956.
"Heart of Sword: Yoake Mae" was released in November 1996 and was used as the third ending song for "Rurouni Kenshin". It later replaced "The Fourth Avenue Cafe" (by rock band L'Arc-en-Ciel) as the fourth ending song, due to drug charges laid against a now former member of that band. "Heart of Sword: Yoake Mae" became a fan favourite that sold 360,000 copies and reached #16 on the Oricon charts. Nishikawa's second album, "restoration LEVEL➝3" [sometimes called ] was released in February 1997, which reached #5 on the Oricon charts.
A seven volume light novel series, written by Tasuku Saika and illustrated by Bekkankō, was published between May 1 and November 1, 2006. Three volumes of a collection of short stories serialized in "Dengeki G's Magazine" titled "Official Heroine Story: Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na Koisuru Shunkan", written by Runa Okada and illustrated by Bekkankō, Mika Takeda and Keitarō Kawagashi, were released between September 30, 2006 and March 30, 2007. A light novel titled "Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro: Lavender Eyes", written by Saya Amō and illustrated by Bekkankō, was published on December 20, 2006.
The band produced the single "Oishii Kisetsu" / "Ketteiteki Sanpunkan" for entertainer Chiaki Kuriyama, which was released on March 2, 2011. After the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami occurred on March 11, the band released a cover of Tokiko Iwatani's 1964 song "Yoake no Uta" to YouTube.
The group released their third studio album Amaranthus and fourth studio album Hakkin no Yoake in a double release in Japan on February 17, 2016. The albums debuted at #1 and #2 in the Oricon weekly albums chart. The group held a dome trek tour for the two albums.
Many rivers that run through Hita join up to the Mikuma River. This river was used to distribute lumber to Kurume and Ōkawa at the end of the Edo Period but with the completion of the Yoake Dam, the use of this route stopped.