Consort (Nyōgo): Tachibana no Yoshiko/Gishi (橘義子), Tachibana no Hiromi’s daughter.
In 2009 he released Jazz in the Garden, featuring the Stanley Clarke Trio with pianist Hiromi Uehara and drummer Lenny White.
the album also features Hiromi on piano.
The main character, Hiromi, does not have the direction in life that her friends already have.
Hiromi's friends were going to buy Hiromi a ring, but Hiromi refuses to take all the money because she does not want her friends to be jealous.
Hiromi goes on dates by herself to get money for the ring.
Hiromi falls too far into the world of enjo-kosai as she tries to hold on to a "friends forever" vision of the past.
In 2008 Corea collaborated with Japanese pianist Hiromi Uehara on the live album Duet (Chick Corea and Hiromi).
On February 1, 1955, Imawatari merged with the villages of Dota, Katabira, Harusato, Kukuri, Hiromaki and Hiromi to form the town of Kani.
After leaving Toto, he became a member of a trio with Hiromi Uehara and bassist Anthony Jackson.
Phillips is featured on Hiromi Uehara's 2011 album, Voice.
He also toured with Hiromi and bassist Anthony Jackson as part of the Hiromi Trio Project.
With Asia With DarWin With Derek Sherinian With Gary Moore With Gordon Giltrap With 801 With Hiromi With Jeff Beck With Jack Bruce With Joe Satriani With Jon Anderson With Jon Lord With Judas Priest With L. Shankar With Michael Schenker With Mike Oldfield With Nik Kershaw With Pete Townshend With Ph.D. With Steve Hackett With Steve Lukather With Michael Schenker With Toto With Toyah With The Who
Pop, the main character, a 16-year-old high school girl named Hiromi, goes on subsidized dates in order to purchase a ring she adores.
Her parents do not pay much attention to her and Hiromi often hangs out with her three closest friends who have been going on subsidized dates.
Hiromi follows her friends and begins doing the same.
Although Hiromi nearly gives in and has sex for the remainder of money needed for the ring, her date gives her a lesson on why she should not do so. In the Japanese live action drama series GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka), a female student named Miyabi, out of boredom and lack of adult supervision at home, pressures her friends, Chikako and Erika, to go on subsidized dates with older men, and to steal their money when the men are in the showers.
As of April 2011, Hiromi, a fashion model, came out publicly as a lesbian.
Ōtsuki has three nursery schools located in Hiromi, Kashiwajima, and Himenoi.
The series tells the story of Hiromi Oka, a high school student who wants to become a professional tennis player as she struggles against mental weakness, anxiety and thwarted love.