Suteki

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Music Of Final Fantasy X - Suteki Da Ne
... "Suteki da ne" is the theme song of Final Fantasy X ... "Suteki da ne" is sung in its original Japanese form in both the Japanese and English versions of Final Fantasy X ... Like the ballad from Final Fantasy VIII, "Suteki da ne" has an in-game version used in cutscenes together with an orchestrated version used as part of the ending theme ...
Honey Honey No Suteki Na Bouken
... Honey Honey no Suteki na Bouken (ハニーハニーのすてきな冒険, Hanī Hanī no Suteki na Bōken?, lit ...
Saeko Himuro - Works - Novels
... Shinderera Misuterī?) (1984) Nagisa Boy (なぎさボーイ, Nagisa Bōi?) (1984) Nante Suteki ni Japanesque (なんて素敵にジャパネスク, Nante Suteki ni Japanesuku?) (1984 ...
Rikki
... as the singer of the Final Fantasy X main theme, "Suteki da ne", released as a single on July 18, 2001 ... Other songs on the single include the Instrumental version of Suteki Da Ne, "Pure Heart" (a vocal arrangement of Aeris' Theme from Final Fantasy VII), and a new song entitled "T ... One reason why Nobuo Uematsu and Kazushige Nojima chose her to perform "Suteki Da Ne" (translated into English as "Isn't It Wonderful?") is that she is very famous in Japan as ...
Final Fantasy X - Music
... features three songs with vocalized elements, including the J-pop ballad "Suteki da ne", which translates to "Isn't it Wonderful?" ... "Suteki da ne" is also sung in Japanese in the English version of Final Fantasy X ... Fantasy VIII and "Melodies of Life" from Final Fantasy IX, an orchestrated version of "Suteki da ne" is used as part of the ending theme ...