Kenji Sawada was the young lead singer of Japan's most well known pop music act of the Group Sounds era in the late 1960s, a band called The Tigers. The band had a string of Japanese language hit singles, and a successful merchandising industry backed by the powerful Watanabe Productions, who managed the group.
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Kiyoshi Hikawa ( Japanese: 氷川 きよし, Hikawa Kiyoshi), real name Kiyoshi Yamada, (山田 清志), born on September 6 1977, is a Japanese enka singer. He was born in Fukuoka city in Fukuoka Prefecture. His record company is "Columbia Music Entertainment", and his agency is "Nagara Productions". He debuted in 2000. He was given his stage name by Takeshi Kitano, otherwise known as "Beat Takeshi", the Japanese film director, comedian, and television personality who initially supported his career. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kiyoshi Hikawa"
KK.NULL (born Kazuyuki Kishino, September 13, 1961 in Tokyo) is an experimental multi-instrumentalist. He began as a guitarist, but soon added composer, singer, electronic wiz, drummer, and even Butoh dancer to his impressive musical resumé. ...more on Wikipedia about "KK Null"
Masaki Haruna, aka Klaha, is a Japanese singer and songwriter. He was one of the founders of Pride of Mind, a new wave band active from 1992 to 1996. After leaving Pride of Mind, he had no stated intention to continue in music; little is known about the subsequent four years. However, in 2000 he resurfaced under the name "Klaha", as the session vocalist for Malice Mizer's final album, "Bara no Seidou". It is known that he was a fan of Malice Mizer's music, and had a friendship with bassist Yu~ki. The band Malice Mizer were in a difficult phase following the departure of their singer Gackt and death of their drummer Kami. Though Klaha provided the vocals for the single Shiroi Hada ni Kuruu Ai to Kanashimi no Rondo he did not appear in any promotional material, and was not officially "revealed" until the band's 2-day live at the Nippon Budokan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Klaha"
KOTOKO (ことこ) is a female J-Pop singer who has released 2 albums, 4 singles, and 1 DVD, in addition to singing, composing, and writing lyrics for numerous other song collections. She frequently works with producers I've Sound, and has contributed songs to numerous anime and games including Onegai Teacher, Onegai Twins, Ren'ai CHU!, Kannazuki no Miko, and Starship Operators. ...more on Wikipedia about "KOTOKO"
Kou Shibasaki (柴咲コウ Shibasaki Kō, born August 5, 1981 in Toshima, Tokyo) is a Japanese singer and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kou Shibasaki"
Kumi Koda (倖田 來未 Kōda Kumi, born November 13, 1982), is a Japanese solo R&B & pop singer. She was born and raised in Kyoto, Japan. She is also the older sister of Misono Koda from the JPop band day after tomorrow. She made her debut as a professional singer on December 6, 2000. She is well known for her sex appeal, and sometimes her over-sexual ways. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kumi Koda"
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Kyosuke Himuro (氷室京介 Himuro Kyōsuke, born on October 7, 1960 in Takasaki, Gunma, real name Osamu Teranishi (寺西 修 Teranishi Osamu), is a Japanese singer. He was a member of the Japanese legendary rock group BOØWY from 1982 to 1988. Tomoyasu Hotei is the same band's member. Now, he lives in Los Angeles, California. He purchased a palatial residence in Beverly Hills in 2004 which Shaquille O'Neal, basket ball player, sold bacause of transference to another team. His nickname is "Himurock". ...more on Wikipedia about "Kyosuke Himuro"
Name: Sudou Maasa (須藤茉麻)
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Maiha Ishimura (石村舞波) was a member of Hello! Project Kids. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maiha Ishimura"
Maki Goto (Gotou Maki, 後藤真希, born September 23, 1985 in Edogawaku, Tokyo, Japan) is a J-pop singer and part of the Hello! Project. Her bloodtype is O and she is 160 centimeters in height. She has performed in numerous Hello! Project subgroups such as Pucchi Moni, Akagumi 4, 7nin Matsuri, Sexy 8, Gomattou and Nochiura Natsumi. Goto has many nicknames, most notably Gottchan, Gotsuan, Gocchin and Gomaki. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maki Goto"
Maki Miyamae (宮前真樹, born 16 January 1973, Saitama Prefecture, Japan) is a J-pop singer, and the oldest member of the group Coco. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maki Miyamae"
Ogawa Makoto is a fifth generation member of Morning Musume. She joined the group in August of 2001 along with fellow fifth generation members Takahashi Ai, Niigaki Risa, and Konno Asami. ...more on Wikipedia about "Makoto Ogawa"
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Masaaki Sakai (堺正章; Sakai Masaaki , born August 6, 1946 as Kurihara Masaaki) is a Japanese popular performer from Tokyo. His show-business nickname is "Machaaki". ...more on Wikipedia about "Masaaki Sakai"
Michiro Sato (佐藤道朗) (born January, 1967, Tokyo, Japan) is an avant-garde composer, singer, synthesizer player, and member of the rock band Factor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michiro Sato"
Mikiyo Ohno (大野幹代, born 17 June 1974, Chiba Prefecture, Japan) is a J-pop singer, and the youngest member of the group Coco. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mikiyo Ohno"
Minako Ameku (天久美奈子, born 29 December 1977, Okinawa, Japan) is a J-pop singer, and the youngest original member of the group Super Monkey's. After the group disbanded, she joined the group MAX with other Super Monkey's members. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minako Ameku"
Minako Honda (本田美奈子. Honda Minako), real name Minako Kudo (工藤美奈子 Kudō Minako, July 31, 1967 - November 6, 2005) was a Japanese pop-star and musical singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minako Honda"
Minmi is a Japanese singer. She was born in Osaka on December 8th. Before launching her solo career in 2001, she was part of the Japanese musical group Keep On Steppin Crew. Her first debut single was The Perfect Vision, released on August 21st, 2002. ...more on Wikipedia about "Minmi"
Name: Natsuyaki Miyabi (夏焼雅)
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Miyuki Kawanaka (川中 美幸, December 5 1955) is a Japanese Enka singer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miyuki Kawanaka"
Miyuki Nakajima, born February 23, 1952 in Japan (Ch: 中島美雪; Ja: 中島みゆき Nakajima Miyuki) is a widely acclaimed popular Japanese artist who wrote songs and lyrics usually sung by herself, many of which were rewritten by Hong Kong and Taiwan music industry in Chinese to singers such as Priscilla Chan, Teresa Teng and Faye Wong. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miyuki Nakajima"
Name: Tsugunaga Momoko (嗣永桃子)
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Namie Amuro (安室 奈美恵, Amuro Namie or あむろ.なみえ, September 20, 1977 - ) is a Japanese pop singer and Japanese idol originally from Naha, Okinawa, born to a Japanese father and a half Japanese/half Italian mother. Debuting in 1992 in a girl group named Super Monkeys, she struggled to reach the top until the release of "TRY ME ~Watashi wo Shinijite~" in early 1995 which catapulted her into superstardom. Leaving the group the same year and joining forces with top producer Tetsuya Komuro, Namie went on to become a cultural phenomenon. Now after performing for well over a decade, she continues to be one of Japan's biggest pop acts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Namie Amuro"
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