The results of AKB48 Group Request Hour Set List Best 2017 may have General Manager Yui Yokoyama ... dropping from its 2016 ranking of #78. SKE48’s “12 Gatsu no Kangaroo” followed at #99, which fell more than 30 spots from #61 and was without Ami.
“The character I played in the movie is roving around between ‘Bright side’ and ‘Dark side’, and it was a difficult role to play, I had struggled to figure out what it takes to play this character. I’d never been awarded a prize as an actress.
Ginza's history as one of Tokyo's playgrounds for the well-to-do stretches back further than relative upstarts like Harajuku or Roppongi. While this means you can almost always find an elegant café to stop into for a refined mid-day snack, some of... At.
Finally. After six long months since AKB0048′s debut, we finally get the sequel to one of the most under appreciated series of 2011. And if there’s one thing that’s for sure, it’s that if this episode is a sign of things to come, it’s going to be.
NO NAME is the unit formed by the nine AKB0048 anime voice cast of AKB48, SKE48, and NMB48 idols. Besides voicing the characters of aspiring junior idols in the anime they’ve formed NO NAME to provide opening theme “Kibo ni Tsuite” and closing theme.
Played Yojiro in "Seinaru kaibutsu tachi" in 2012. Performed in "Maguma" in 2012. Played Kenichi yazawa in "Haiiro no niji" in 2012. Performed in "Asu wo akiramenai - gareki no naka no shimbunsha - kahoku shimpo no ichiban nagai hi" in 2012. Played Kensuke.
Kunie Tanaka (?? ??, Tanaka Kunie, born 23 November 1932) is a Japanese actor who has appeared in such films as Akira Kurosawa's Sanjuro and The Bad Sleep Well, Kinji Fukasaku's Battles Without Honor and Humanity series and Masaki Kobayashi's Kwaidan.He.
Rainbow Song (虹の女神 Niji no Megami) is a 2006 Japanese film by director Naoto Kumazawa and produced by Shunji Iwai (who also co-wrote the screenplay under pseudonym Aminosan). Kumazawa had worked with Iwai before, having directed the making-of.
Welcome to Shelf Life. I actually really love the AKB0048 anime (and AKB0048 next stage, which is what this particular review is for), but it baffles me on many levels. For starters, the premise of the show is just plain wonky, no matter how you slice it.