Synonyms for yukue or Related words with yukue
Examples of "yukue"
Ao Zora No
~Way Of Blue Sky (http://www.aozoranoyukue.com) (2005)
" has been certified gold for shipments of over 100,000 by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.
The music is handled by Yuki Kajiura. The opening theme "Hikari no
" is performed by savage genius, while the ending theme "romanesque" is performed by FictionJunction Yuuka.
" is the debut single of Hitomi Takahashi. The song was used as the third opening theme for Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny from phase 25 to 37.
" is Hitomi Takahashi's debut single and so far, her most successful single in terms of sales and its Oricon Weekly position. The single became an instant hit, and debuted at #1 for its first week on the Oricon Charts. This made her the second female to have had a debut single reach #1 and the third solo artist to have a debut single reach #1 (in Japan). The single ended up selling well over 100,000 copies. The A-side song "Bokutachi no
" is the 3rd opening theme song for the anime series "Gundam SEED Destiny".
They first assumed the name "I've" while working on the eroge "Lips: egao no
" in the autumn of 1998. Although production for the game was later cancelled, they were able to establish ties with Visual Art's, a computer game and software maker that most of I've's subsequent works are released under.
These make up the opening and ending songs, respectably "Soyokaze no
" and ""Ima.. kono jyuukan ga"" (今この瞬間が…) This features many misspellings, in the game it is titled, ""Ima.. kono toki ga,"" while on the album it is usually titled, ""Ima.. kono jikan ga".
Three insert songs sung by the voice actors were used in three of the episodes. In episode seven, the song "Hanaemi to Kasumisō" sung by Ueda was used, while in episode nine the song "Compass: Egao no
" sung by Ueda, Horie, and Tamura was used; these two songs were from the "Compass: Egao no
" image song single released on December 21, 2005. The last insert song, sung by Tamura, was used in episode twelve and was featured in the image song album "Norte Amour" released on April 5, 2006. The album also featured other songs by Ueda, Horie, Tamura, Asano, and Ryōko Shintani, who voiced Jan Pu. The "Kashimashi Original Soundtrack" for the anime version was released on April 26, 2006 by Lantis.
The music video used for "Bokutachi no
" was shot by director Seki Ryuuji. The video has Hitomi singing in a seemingly deserted wasteland. Hitomi is also shown running throughout the video, until she stops in front of a cloaked man. After receiving a white rose from him, everything starts to become blurred as a fierce wind forms from the rose. Once the wind dissipates, she proceeds to follow the man and then the video ends.
In 2004, Hitomi was selected as the finalist for the Sony Music SD audition (Vo-che3); 20,000 others had auditioned. She had been worried that because of her height (147 cm), she would be overlooked, but her powerful voice attracted the attention of people while she sang live. The end of 2004 found her being chosen to sing the theme song for "Gundam Seed Destiny". Recording of her song "Bokutachi no
" began at the end of the year.
In 2005, she was in the middle of high school entrance exams as the title for her 1st single "Bokutachi no
" was announced. The single was released on April 2005, and debuted at #1 on the Oricon charts. This was a huge success, making Hitomi the second female singer to have a debut single in the number one spot, and the third solo artist to have a debut single reach the top spot. The single ended up selling well over 100,000 copies. Hitomi soon entered Shiogama Girls High School, and started her first radio personality on Date fm (FM Sendai) called "Takahashi Hitomi: Sound D・N・A~".
"Taboo" was used as the theme song for the Nintendo DS Japanese video game, "Saihai Yo
". The video game was released on 23 October 2008. The song was used as the theme song for the NTV broadcast of the 2008 FILA Wrestling World Championships. The use of the song was to celebrate the 2008 championships which includes only the female freestyle event. It was used as the theme song to Avex Trax's Myu umo, MTI's Music.jp website commercial, and Koei's "Future of Helm" commercial.
Miyazawa, who is signed to media agency Flave entertainment (formerly office48), has been promoted in many of AKB48's own shows, but also frequently appears in Japanese radio and TV. She has published two photobooks; one in 2009 titled "Kanojo" and one in 2015 titled "Namida no
". Occasionally, she is cast as an actress for feature films, stage plays and Japanese TV dramas. In January 2014, Miyazawa was selected to play a major role in the stage play , the 13th volume of the series, which was performed in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka. In July 2014, it was announced that she would play the male lead role in the stage adaption of the manga "". 2014 ended with her being cast in ntv's special primetime drama "Dr. Nurse Aid" (Dr.ナースエイド) in November.
Noise is the nineteenth studio album by Japanese rock band Boris. The Japanese edition of the album was released on 18 June 2014 via Avex Group's sub-label Tearbridge Records and consists of the original album plus other songs previously released on other endeavors, like "Kimi no
" which was used for a promotional video of Chunsoft video game in Japan. This is the second Boris album released through a major label (the first one being 2011's New Album, also released by Avex Group/Tearbridge). It was released on 17 June 2014 through Sargent House record label internationally on both CD and double vinyl. A Japanese double vinyl edition was released by Daymare Recordings (without the bonus tracks on the Avex version).
There have been two Internet radio shows for the "Kashimashi" series. The first show, entitled , was produced by Beat Net Radio beginning with a pre-broadcast on September 30, 2005, and concluding on October 27, 2006 with fifty-six episodes. As implied in the title, the show was hosted by Kana Ueda, Yui Horie, and Yukari Tamura, who voiced Hazumu, Yasuna, and Tomari in the anime, respectively. Multiple guests appeared on the show such as Yūmao, who sung the anime's ending theme "Michishirube", or other voice actors from the anime such as Ryōko Shintani, who voiced Jan Pu, and Daisuke Ono, who voiced Asuta. The radio show's opening theme song was "Compass: Egao no
" sung by Ueda, Horie, and Tamura. Listeners could submit contributions to the radio show via a form online. An audio CD containing the episodes between broadcast September 2005 and early 2006 went on sale on May 24, 2006.
A total of four sets of opening and ending theme songs were used in "Gundam SEED Destiny". In similar fashion to the original "Gundam SEED", the songs were performed by a mix of high-profile and up-and-coming artists. As before, a number of the featured songs became top-charting singles such as T.M.Revolution's "Ignited". The third opening theme, "Bokutachi no
" was performed by fifteen-year-old newcomer Hitomi Takahashi, and released on April 13, 2005. The selection of the previously unknown Takahashi mirrored that of Nami Tamaki, who was chosen to sing the third opening theme for the original "Gundam SEED". Additionally, two insert songs that were used in "Gundam SEED Destiny" achieved strong sales and popularity. These include "Honoo no Tobira", performed by FictionJunction Yuuka. and "vestige", performed by T.M.Revolution.
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