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Niji ( "Rainbow") is the third studio album by Japanese recording artist Yui Aragaki. It was released on September 22, 2010.
Hug is the second studio album by Japanese recording artist Yui Aragaki. It was released on June 17, 2009.
"Make My Day" is a pop song by Japanese recording artist Yui Aragaki. It was released as her first single on July 16, 2008.
"Akai Ito" ( "Red Thread") is a pop song by Japanese recording artist Yui Aragaki. It was released as her second single on October 15, 2008.
The series later got a live-action adaptation that began airing on TBS in October 2016, with Yui Aragaki and Gen Hoshino as the leads.
She is voiced by Noriko Hidaka in the Japanese anime and by Myriam Sirois in English. In the Live Action Special, she is played by Yui Aragaki.
"Piece" is a pop song by Japanese recording artist Yui Aragaki. It was released as her third single on February 25, 2009.
Wakaba (Yui Aragaki) dreams of becoming an international lawyer making 10 billion Yen annually. Wakaba then gets a job at Samezima Sakuragawa law firm.
KOSÉ's products were advertised over the years by renowned models like Kate Moss, for its DECORTÉ brand photographed by Mario Testino, and Yui Aragaki, for the ESPRIQUE line of makeup.
"Ballad (Namonaki Koi no Uta)" is the 10th Japanese single released by alan. The song is the theme song of the same-titled movie starring Tsuyoshi Kusanagi and Yui Aragaki.
News of actress Yui Aragaki cast as Mika in the film together with the announcement of this film on April 19, 2007. On May 13, 2007, Koji Sato and Keisuke Koide were cast as Hiroki and Yū respectively.
She was selected to be the support manager for the 87th All Japan High School Soccer Tournament. Previous managers were idols like Maki Horikita, Yui Aragaki, and Kie Kitano.
In recent years, Andō has started composing and writing for other artists, such as Yui Aragaki and Hisayo Inamori, as well as collaborating with them on her own songs. Andō also often records covers of songs from the 70's and 80's for her singles which she calls the "serious adult covers series".
The soundtrack was composed by Shin Kouno and was released on October 31, 2007, by Harbor Records. Along with the background music, two theme songs were promoted alongside the movie. Mr. Children's was the ending theme song of the movie. Yui Aragaki herself penned and sang "Heavenly Days", an insert song of the film.
Umika Kawashima was born in the Saitama Prefecture. She was scouted in Shibuya when she was in 6th grade and joined Lespros Entertainment. The actresses she idolizes are Aoi Miyazaki, Yui Aragaki and Kou Shibasaki. She has stated that she would like to collaborate with Masaharu Fukuyama. She graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Letters at Meiji University with a degree in psychology in 2016.
Other movies of his in the works are "Hanamizuki", co-starring Yui Aragaki and "Seaside Motel". Meanwhile, Ikuta began playing the role of Honjo Sadame, a failure of an actor in the drama "Unubore Deka" along with Johnny senior, Tokio's Tomoya Nagase. On July 27, 2010, Ikuta appeared in Tokio's music video for the song "NaNaNa". In 2010, Ikuta appeared on the documentary TV program .
"Koizora: Setsunai Koi Monogatari" was loosely adapted into a theatrical film under the mononymous title "Koizora". It was directed by Natsuki Imai and starred Yui Aragaki as Mika and Haruma Miura as Hiro. The film adaptation was released on November 3, 2007, with a gross revenue of 3.9 billion yen and 3.14 million people attending the theater. It debuted at #3 on the box office. The DVD was released on April 25, 2008.
Ringo Sheena had written several songs for Japanese dramas before "Tengoku e Yōkoso". Her first was in 2005, when Tokyo Jihen's single "Shuraba" was used for the period drama "Ōoku: Hana no Ran". In 2008, Sheena wrote the song "Amagasa" for the Johnny & Associates band Tokio, which was used for the drama "Yasuko to Kenji", starring Tokio member Masahiro Matsuoka. In 2009, Sheena's solo single "Ariamaru Tomi" was used for the drama "Smile", which starred Jun Matsumoto and Yui Aragaki.
In 2001, Ohta won the Grand Prix along with Yui Aragaki at the 4th Reader Model Audition of the magazine "Nicola". After that while modelling with "Nicola", she appeared in other magazines and media. For her publications other than her model participation, Ohta collaborated with the fashion brand Pou Dou Dou, and served as the editor-in-chief of "hotikiss", as well as the photograph collection "hotikiss" (both previsions).
"Hanamizuki" was also filmed in America and Canada. In New York, it was filmed at the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Union Square. The last stop of their filming was at Nova Scotia's Peggys Cove Lighthouse. On 23 April 2010, Yui Aragaki and Toma Ikuta was greeted at their filming site there. Aragaki described this filming location as "quite distant (except for the scene at sea)" and added that "Luckily, there have not been a major accident during the filming." "Hanamizuki" director Nobuhiro Doi said that after completing the filming across three countries, he felt "nothing but relief" and thanked the cast for having gone through the long journey with him.