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Examples of "yuna_ito"
"Nana 2" once again featured the two artists Mika Nakashima and Yuna Ito, releasing songs under the names Nana starring Mika Nakashima and Reira starring Yuna Ito, respectively.
The film also helped promote another artist, Yuna Ito, who starred in the film as Trapnest vocal Reira, released her debut single "Endless Story," the insert song of the film, under the name Reira starring Yuna Ito. The single ranked second on the Oricon charts, next to Nakashima's "Glamorous Sky," and made Yuna Ito one of the most successful debuting artists of 2005.
"A World to Believe In" (U.S.A. Mix) (Ft. Yuna Ito) (Complete Best, 2008)
"Urban Mermaid" is the 9th single of Japanese artist Yuna Ito released on October 24, 2007 under Studioseven Recordings.
"Miss You" is the 11th single of Japanese artist Yuna Ito slated for a release on September 3, 2008.
Hideaki Ito, the male lead, has a Divemaster license awarded by PADI Japan; a professional diving qualification. The theme song is "Precious", from vocalist Yuna Ito.
The first official release for Studioseven Recordings was the debut album of Yuna Ito, "Heart", which sold over 200.000 copies in its first week.
Yuna Ito supported Dion's concerts in Japan, during her Taking Chances World Tour. Both artists performed their duet live on stage.
with addition of #23 Yuna Ito and #25 Kaoru Goto. Both groups released a single at the same time, with Idoling!!!
Limited B features #12 Yui Kawamura, #15 Nao Asahi, #19 Yurika Tachibana, #20 Ai Okawa, #21 Kaede Hashimoto, #22 Ruka Kurata, #23 Yuna Ito, #25 Kaoru Goto, #26 Chika Ojima, and #29 Ramu Tamagawa.
Truth was a sweeping ballad, making it her first ballad since Precious which was released on May 3, 2006. This single will be the ending theme to the movie Nana II, a movie which stars Mika Nakashima and Yuna Ito.
The Limited B cover features main vocalist #26 Chika Ojima in the center with supporting vocals by #17 Hitomi Miyake, #30 Reia Kiyoku, #23 Yuna Ito, #27 Kurumi Takahashi, #13 Serina Nagano.
In November 2006, the label welcomed Nana-star Yuna Ito and Korean/Japanese star K (who claimed to fame with the theme song for "1 Litre of Tears" drama). The label's current chief producer is Yoshio Imano.
"Faith/Pureyes" is the second single released by Yuna Ito. It's a double a-side single that features the two songs "Faith" and "Pureyes". "Faith" is a dark, emotional ballad whereas "Pureyes" is more of an up-beat, pop tune.
"Precious" is the third single by Yuna Ito. It is the theme song to the movie (starring Hideaki Ito and Ai Kato) and was released on May 3, 2006. Both "I'm Free" and "Secrets" are more up-beat songs than "Precious".
Heart is the debut album of artist Yuna Ito, released on January 24, 2007. It comes in a CD version, and a limited CD+DVD Version, that includes a 32-special-page-booklet and music videos. "Heart" debuted at number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Charts for Japan.
Both this single and her following single, "Losin'", were limited to 70,000 copies each. "stuck on you" was described as "hot" single for the summer while "losin'" was a "cool" single for the fall. For those who bought both singles, they would receive a special invitation to Yuna Ito's first tour, an invitation-only tour called "Yuna Ito 1st Invitation".
Trust You is the thirteenth Japanese-language single by American pop singer Yuna Ito. The title song, "Trust You" is the theme to Japanese anime Mobile Suit Gundam 00 season 2, while "Brand New World" was used as a tie-up song for the Commercial of Hawkins Sport.
Wish is the second studio album by Japanese-pop singer Yuna Ito. The album was released on 20 February 2008 on Studioseven Recordings, Sony Music Japan. "Wish" was released in two versions, CD-only and CD-DVD version. In its first week 49,000 copies were sold. "Wish" has been certified gold by RIAJ for shipment of 100,000 copies in Japan.
The Limited A cover features #3 Mai Endo, #12 Yui Kawamura, #14 Sakai Hitomi, #15 Nao Asahi, #17 Hitomi Miyake, #20 Ai Okawa, #23 Yuna Ito, #26 Chika Ojima, #27 Kurumi Takahashi, #30 Reia Kiyoku, #31 Mayu Furuhashi, #32 Mayu Sekiya, #33 Ruka Hashimoto.