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Showing posts with label Rie Kugimiya. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rie Kugimiya. Show all posts

May 30, 2014

Rizelmine Anime Music by Rie Kugimiya

Rizelmine is a manga by Yukiru Sugisaki which was adapted into series of entertainment. An anime adaptation co-produced by m.o.e, Imagin, and Madhouse aired on Japan's Kids Station in 2002, but has not been licensed in English.
The opening theme, "Hajimete Shimasho" ("Let's do it for the First Time"), and the closing themes, "Honki Pawaa no Dasshu!" ("Serious Power Dash!") and "Danna Samahe" ("To My Husband"), were all performed by Rie Kugimiya.

Jan 8, 2013

Hyakka Ryouran Samurai Girls Opening and Ending Theme

The series is based on the Sengoku period or early Edo period of Japan, although it takes place in the present time. The opening theme for the series is "Last vision for last" by Faylan, while the ending theme is "Koi ni Sesse Tooryanse" by Aoi Yuki, Minako Kotobuki, and Rie Kugimiya.
Samurai Girls anime
The series takes place in an alternate version of Japan called Great Japan, because in an alternate reality where the Tokugawa shogunate remained active and has remained isolated from the rest of the world.

Apr 18, 2012

Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka-Hatsukoi Parachute

The adaptation of anime created by Studio TNK, was held in the period from October 2 to December 18, 2008. The opening theme, entitled "Hatsukoi Parachute" was performed Miyuki Hashimoto and the ending theme, "Sweet Gift", is performed by Rie Kugimiya. The other theme is "Mezamenai Wish…" by Aya Hirano.
Junichi Nagase - high school student, who for his inappropriate behavior in high school was nicknamed "Geno Killer". One day he rescues a girl named Katagiri Yuhi. She later moved to his class. Trying to save Juha from danger, Junichi kisses her. Not realizing what was happening, Juha yells at Junichi, but later came to his home. Later it turns out that it is - the bride Junichi.