Synonyms for yuriko_yoshitaka or Related words with yuriko_yoshitaka

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Examples of "yuriko_yoshitaka"
He is now appearing in ads for Asian brands and is modeling for the Diane Shampoo Series in 2013- co-starring with Yuriko Yoshitaka.
, sometimes styled as Tôkyô Dogs, is a Fuji TV Japanese television drama, which stars Shun Oguri, Hiro Mizushima and Yuriko Yoshitaka.
Iura co-starred in Yukio Ninagawa's "Snakes and Earrings" with Yuriko Yoshitaka and Kengo Kora. He appeared in Junji Sakamoto's "Strangers in the City".
Hsu returned to Japan after a seven-year absence to release her new single "Beautiful Day" on March 3, 2010. Since 2010 she has appeared in two NTV television shows, and two television commercials for the aesthetic salon Slim Beauty House, and Kao's "Essential" hair care brand line as one of its three newfaces along with Yuriko Yoshitaka and Nozomi Sasaki.
Additional cast members of the film was announced on 2 September 2011. These cast members were Yosuke Kubozuka, Yuriko Yoshitaka, Anne Suzuki and singer Takahiro Nishijima. Actress Yoshitaka previously starred in the 2006 film "Noriko's Dinner Table", which was also directed by Sion Sono. Nishijima is from the music group AAA, and also previously starred in Sion Sono's 2009 award-winning film "Love Exposure".
Arashi released their latest album, "The Digitalian", in October 2014. It contained 16 tracks, including "Bittersweet" from Matsumoto's drama "Shitsuren Chocolatier", "Guts!" from Ninomiya's drama "Yowakutemo Katemasu", and "Daremo Shiranai" from Ohno's drama "Shinigami-kun". Arashi hosted the 65th NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen on New Year's Eve for their fifth consecutive year with actress Yuriko Yoshitaka.
On October 10, Yuriko Yoshitaka and Arashi were announced as captains of the Red and White teams, respectively. The year's theme was "Sing! All come together on New Year's Eve" (歌おう. おおみそかは全員参加で) and Yumiko Udo was the mediator for the 3rd consecutive year. On November 26, the list of program artists was announced. On December 23, the program judges were announced. On December 25, the song order was revealed.
A shy and demure 17-year-old teenage girl named Noriko Shimabara (Kazue Fukiishi) lives with her quiet family, formed by her sister Yuka (Yuriko Yoshitaka), her mother Taeko (Sanae Miyata), and her father Tetsuzo (Ken Mitsuishi), in Toyokawa, Japan. Noriko finds her small-town life unsatisfying and craves to move to Tokyo, assuming she would live a more active life there. This sentiment is especially encouraged when she finds that her elementary school friend Tangerine (Yoko Mitsuya) is now working independently as an idol. Noriko's father is strictly against her going to the city, and plans on having her join a local university after school.
The main cast of "Bokura ga Ita" was revealed on 2 May 2011. Toma Ikuta, who previously starred in the films "Hanamizuki" and "No Longer Human", would be starring in this film as Motoharu Yano, a boy who is popular with most girls in the class. Actress Yuriko Yoshitaka, the recipient of the Best Newcomer award at the 28th Yokohama Film Festival, would star as Nanami Takahashi, a classmate of Motoharu. In addition, Sosuke Takaoka would play the role of Masafumi Takeuchi, Yano's close friend, and Yuika Motokariya would play Yuri Yamamoto, the younger sister of Motoharu's late girlfriend.
Of the single tracks, four were used in prime-time television shows as their theme songs. "Fight Together" was used as the third theme song for the anime "One Piece"s 14th season. This was the first time in eight years since Amuro had a song associated with a popular Japanese animation, the last being "Come" and "Four Seasons" from her 2003 album "Style". "Tempest" was the eponymous theme song of "" (2010), based on Okinawan novelist Eiichi Ikegami's 2008 novel. "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!" and "Love Story" were used as the theme songs for the ensemble drama "Watashi ga Ren'ai Dekinai Riyū" (2011), starring actresses Karina, Yuriko Yoshitaka and AKB48 member Yuko Oshima. Amuro made a cameo performance on the December 12, 2011 episode of the drama, performing the theme song.