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- "Arigato!" a.k.a. "Arigato" is the thirty-seventh single by B'z, released on September 1, 2004. This song is one of B'z many number-one singles in Oricon charts. Despite being a Japanese word, Arigato was written in Rōmaji rather than in Kanji. As B-sides, the single features "Mou Hanasanai" and "Kagayaku Unmei wa Sonoteno Naka ni", an outtake from the album Green.
- "Arigato!" a.k.a. "Arigatō": A Ri Ga To U is the third studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in June 1977. The album features "On the Platform", a song later released as B-side of her breakthrough single "The Parting Song" .
- also known as A Ri Ga To U
- genre: Folk music
- released on (37 years ago)
- "Arigato!" a.k.a. "Arigato" is the 2004 single by B'z.
- artist: B'z
- released on (11 years ago)
- "Arigato!" a.k.a. "Arigatō": Arigatou is Hatsune Okumura's debut studio album.
- "Arigato!" is the self-released second album by Superdrag vocalist/guitarist John Davis. The album was released in the midst of Superdrag's 2007 reunion tour; as well as selling the album at shows, the band found the song "Tell Me I'm Not Free" so close to their sound that they made it a regular part of their set. So far, the album has seen a limited release; it is available from Davis' website and iTunes.
- "Arigato!" a.k.a. "Arigatō" is a 2006 single studio album by SMAP.
- released on (8 years ago)
- "Arigato!" is a musical album of Ryoko Hirosue.
- "Arigato!" a.k.a. "Arigatō": "Arigatō (Sekai no Doko ni Ite mo)" is the sixth single of the Japanese boy group Hey! Say! JUMP. It was released on December 15, 2010.
- also known as 「Arigatou」 ~Sekai no Doko ni Itemo~, \"Arigatō\"
- Arigato! a.k.a. Arigatō is a manga by Naoki Yamamoto. It was adapted into a live-action film directed by Masaaki Odagiri in 1996.
- also known as Arigato
- Arigato! a.k.a. Arigatō: Arigatou is FLOW's fourteenth single. It reached #25 on the Oricon charts in its first week and charted for 7 weeks.
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For instance, in the Japanese language, Arigato! means Thank you, only if the speaker is bowing to the other person. That means a perfect integration of tacit and explicit knowledge. Explicit knowledge is identical for many authors with rational ...
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