Synonyms for yuki_uchida or Related words with yuki_uchida

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He was married to actress Yuki Uchida from 2002 to 2005.
In 1995, the manga was first adapted into a Japanese feature-length film entitled "Hana Yori Dango". This film starred Yuki Uchida as the main character Makino Tsukushi.
"Kansha Kangeki Ame Arashi" was used as the theme song for the drama "Namida wo Fuite" starring Yōsuke Eguchi, Arashi member Kazunari Ninomiya, Yuki Uchida and Aya Ueto.
"Zen" is a 2009 film directed by Banmei Takahashi and starring Nakamura Kantarō II as Dogen, and Yuki Uchida as Orin.
Nokko's song "Ningyo" (mermaid), which was her 4th solo single on her 4th solo album, "Colored", was the theme song for the 1994 drama "Toki o Kakeru Shōjo" starring Yuki Uchida.
Cat's Eye is a 1997 Japanese film directed by Kaizo Hayashi and starring Yuki Uchida and Norika Fujiwara. It is a live-action movie adaptation of the famous manga series "Cat's Eye".
The second live-action television adaptation aired as a five-episode Japanese television live-action TV series broadcast on Fuji Television between February 19 and March 19, 1994. It was directed by Masayuki Ochiai and Yūichi Satō, with screenplay by Ryōichi Kimizuka and music by Joe Hisaishi. It stars the then-rookie idol Yuki Uchida in the main role.
Welcome to the Quiet Room ("Quiet room ni yôkoso" - クワイエットルームにようこそ) is a Japanese movie released in 2007 in Japan, directed by Suzuki Matsuo. It is set in a psychiatric hospital. The movie stars Yuki Uchida in the main role, and features two famous movie and anime directors in secondary roles: Hideaki Anno and Shinya Tsukamoto.
Incidentally, popular actor Shun Oguri, big fan of Yuki Uchida, stated that he unintentionally started his career by joining Uchida's acting school in the 90s with the only hope of meeting her. Interestingly, he played Rui Hanazawa, Tsukushi Makino's first love, in the Japanese drama "Hana Yori Dango" ten years after she played Makino in the film.
In 2014, two commercials featuring "Dr. Slump" were created by Toei Animation for Suzuki. The commercials advertise the car manufacturer's Kei SUV Hustler and include new acting from Mami Koyama as Arale and Kumiko Nishihara as Gatchan. In 2016, Ayami Nakajo portrayed Arale in a commercial for G.u. clothing. It shows Akane Kimidori (Yuki Uchida) and Peasuke Soramame (Kengo Kora) bewildered when Arale trades in her trademark overalls for a pleaded skirt.
In 2007, she participated in the live-action adaptation of the manga series "Mushishi" alongside Joe Odagiri, as well as WOWOW's "Don't Laugh at My Romance", "Welcome to the Quiet Room" with Yuki Uchida, and going back to the stage to play Desdemona in a rendition of "Shakespeare's Othello". For these last two roles, Aoi lost 7 kg for her role as eating disorder patient, Miki.
During the release of "Queen of Hip-Pop" (2005) to "White Light / Violet Sauce" (2005), Namie predominantly worked with producer/songwriter, Nao'ymt. This single reunites her with producers T.Kura and Michico who crafted many of her early R&B hits in 2003. "Can't Sleep, Can't Eat, I'm Sick," produced by the pair has been described as a funky summer dance tune. The other a-side, "Ningyo," is a cover of Japanese artist, Nokko, who made the song a massive hit in 1994, and is a theme song of TV drama "Toki o Kakeru Shojo" in which Amuro played a younger sister of Yuki Uchida who is a leading actor.
She made her solo debut on January 1, 1986 with the hit single "Winter Opera Glasses", which reached number one on the Oricon charts and sold over 300,000 copies. This was the record for a debut single for a female solo artist until Oricon changed their rules regarding what was considered a "debut" for people who had previously been a member of a group; Yuki Uchida now holds the record for a debut single for a female solo artist. Nitta was given the title "The Million Dollar Smile" on her single covers, and her smile was referred to as the "Nitta Trump", due to the extraordinary price she commanded due to her popularity. She began to regularly release singles and albums from that point.
After TM Network disbanded in 1994, Tetsuya Komuro became a serious song producer. The period between 1994 and 1997 was dominated by dance and techno acts from the , such as TRF, Ryoko Shinohara, Yuki Uchida, Namie Amuro, Hitomi, Globe, Tomomi Kahala, and Ami Suzuki. In that time, Komuro was responsible for 20 hit songs, each selling more than a million copies. While Globe's 1996 album "Globe" sold 4.13 million copies, establishing a record at the time, Namie Amuro's 1997 song "Can You Celebrate?" sold 2.29 million copies. His total sales as a song producer reached 170 million copies. By 1998, Komuro's songs had become less popular. By the middle part of the first decade of the 21st century, Komuro's debt lead him to attempt the sale of his song catalog—which he didn't actually own—to an investor. When the investor found out and sued, Komuro tried to sell the catalog to "another" investor in order to pay the judgement he owed the first investor.