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  1. Ayumi Hamasaki

    Ayumi Hamasaki


    Ayumi Hamasaki (浜崎あゆみ Hamasaki Ayumi, born October 2, 1978) is a Japanese recording artist, lyricist, model, and actress. Hamasaki has achieved popularity in Japan and Asia by enforcing her position as an artist and not trying to be forced as a "product", which was a common factor within the Japanese music culture and Avex Trax. Through her entire career, she has written all her lyrical content, produced her own music and has sometimes co-composed her music, which is evident in her albums I Am..., Rainbow and My Story.

  2. Meisa Kuroki

    Meisa Kuroki


    Satsuki Shimabukuro (島袋 さつき Shimabukuro Satsuki, born 28 May 1988), better known by her stage name Meisa Kuroki (黒木 メイサ Kuroki Meisa), is a Japanese actress, model and singer born in Nago, Okinawa, Japan. She is represented by the agency Sweet Power and is signed to Sony Music Japan. She made her acting debut in 2004. She has modeled for the popular Japanese fashion magazine JJ, among others, and is the current Japanese representative for Epson and Giorgio Armani. She has appeared in numerous television dramas, commercials, films, and stage productions.

  3. Aya Ueto

    Aya Ueto


    Aya Ueto (上戸 彩 Ueto Aya, born September 14, 1985) is a Japanese actress, singer, model, tarento, and occasional radio personality. Born in Nerima, Tokyo, Ueto was discovered when she participated in the 7th Japan Bishōjo Contest, where she won the special jury prize. At the age of thirteen, Ueto made her acting debut, in the film Satsujinsha: Killer of Paraiso (1999), and she and fellow Japan Bishōjo Contest participants, Mami Nejiki, Mai Fujiya, and Manami Nishiwaki, formed the unsuccessful idol group Z-1. In 2002, after their disbandment, Ueto continued her music career as a solo artist, under the record label Pony Canyon, where she debuted with the single "Pureness."

  4. Jin Akanishi

    Jin Akanishi


    Jin Akanishi (赤西 仁 Akanishi Jin, born July 4, 1984) is a Japanese musician, singer, songwriter and actor. He has been active since 1998, first as one of the two lead vocalists of the popular J-pop boy-band KAT-TUN. Since the group's official debut in 2006, they have achieved 14 consecutive number ones (including studio albums) on the Oricon charts. In 2009, Akanishi started his solo career, and since then has released two studio albums (Japonicana, #JustJin), and two mini albums (Test Drive, Mi Amor).

  5. Shun Oguri

    Shun Oguri


    Shun Oguri (小栗 旬 Oguri Shun, born December 26, 1982) is a Japanese actor, voice actor and film director.

  6. Yui Aragaki

    Yui Aragaki


    Yui Aragaki (新垣 結衣 Aragaki Yui, born June 11, 1988) is a Japanese actress, model, singer and occasional radio show host.

  7. Koharu Kusumi

    Koharu Kusumi


    Koharu Kusumi (久住 小春 Kusumi Koharu, born July 15, 1992 in Washima (now part of Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan), is a J-pop singer, actor, television personality, essayist, and model. From 2005 to 2009, she was a member of the Hello! Project group Morning Musume from 2005 to 2009, the only seventh generation member. She also served as the voice of Kirari Tsukishima, the main character of the anime series Kirarin Revolution (2006–2009), and was featured in several musical releases affiliated with the series, including both solo releases under the name Kirari Tsukishima starring Koharu Kusumi (Morning Musume) (月島きらりstarring久住小春(モーニング娘。)) and group releases for the units Kira Pika and MilkyWay. Currently, she is a member of Dream Morning Musume, a J-pop group consisting of former Morning Musume members.

  8. Chiaki Takahashi

    Chiaki Takahashi


    Chiaki Takahashi (たかはし 智秋 (formerly 高橋 千晶) Takahashi Chiaki, born May 8, 1977) is a Japanese voice actress. Her hometown is Yokohama, Japan. On October 10, 2000, she changed the kanji lettering of her name, though the pronunciation remains the same. She was a member of the J-pop group Aice5 as well. Currently under Avex Management Inc. and LMP Promotion, she was previously represented by Aoni Production and Arts Vision. In 2011, she made her solo musical debut with the single Kon'ya wa Chupa♡Riko under Avex. Despite playing the role of Azusa Miura in THE iDOLM@STER, an idol, she still appears in skimpy clothing, sexualized photography, and even topless like the homepage of her official website.

  9. Shizuka Kudô

    Shizuka Kudô


    Shizuka Kudo (工藤 静香 Kudō Shizuka, born April 14, 1970) is a Japanese singer pop idol and actress born in Hamura, Tokyo. She debuted as member no. 38 of the Onyanko Club in May 1986 and went on to a successful solo career with 11 no.1 hits.

  10. Takako Matsu

    Takako Matsu


    Takako Matsu (松たか子 Matsu Takako), born Takako Fujima (藤間隆子 Fujima Takako), on June 10, 1977 in Tokyo, is a Japanese actress and pop singer/songwriter.

  11. Fumika Suzuki

    Fumika Suzuki


    Fumika Suzuki (鈴木 史華 Suzuki Fumika, born October 11, 1974 in Tochigi, Japan) is a Japanese voice actress, gravure idol and a former race queen in the 1990s.

  12. Naoko Watanabe

    Naoko Watanabe


    Naoko Watanabe (渡辺菜生子 Watanabe Naoko, born November 21, 1959 in Suginami, Tokyo) is a Japanese voice actress affiliated with Aoni Production.

  13. Kazumi Murata

    Kazumi Murata


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  14. Nao Nagasawa

    Nao Nagasawa


    Nao Nagasawa (長澤 奈央 Nagasawa Nao, born January 5, 1984) is a Japanese actress, a voice actress and a former singer and model. She was one of the leaders of girl'sBOX activities along with Kayo Aiko and DRM (formerly dream) member Hasebe Yu. The three formed a pop group known as Kingyo in July 2007.

  15. Tatsuya Fujiwara

    Tatsuya Fujiwara


    Tatsuya Fujiwara (藤原 竜也 Fujiwara Tatsuya, born May 15, 1982) is a Japanese actor. Internationally, he is best known for his leading roles as Shuya Nanahara in the Battle Royale films, Light Yagami in the Death Note films, Kaiji Ito in the Kaiji films, and Rikuhiko Yuki in Hideo Nakata's The Incite Mill. In 2014 he portrayed the villainous Shishio Makoto in the live action Rurouni Kenshin films.

  16. Aya Hirano

    Aya Hirano


    Aya Hirano (平野 綾 Hirano Aya, born October 8, 1987) is a Japanese voice actress and J-pop singer who has had roles in several anime, visual novels, and TV commercials in Japan. She was contracted to Space Craft Produce, a branch of the Space Craft Group, for her voice acting career, and for her singing career, she was signed under Lantis. She left both Space Craft and Lantis in 2011. Hirano moved to the voice acting agency Grick in August 2011, and into Universal Sigma in 2012.

  17. Mako



    Mako Iwamatsu (岩松 マコ Iwamatsu Mako) (December 10, 1933 – July 21, 2006) was a Japanese-born American actor and voice artist who has been nominated for numerous awards. Many of his acting roles credited him simply as Mako where he omitted his surname. He is best known for his roles as Po-Han in The Sand Pebbles (for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), Akiro the Wizard in Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer, and for his voice roles as Aku in Samurai Jack and Iroh in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

  18. Kazunari Ninomiya

    Kazunari Ninomiya


    Kazunari Ninomiya (二宮 和也 Ninomiya Kazunari, born June 17, 1983), often called Nino (ニノ), is a Japanese idol, singer, songwriter, actor, voice actor and radio host. He is a member of Japanese boy band Arashi and is best known to movie audiences for his portrayal as Private Saigo in the 2006 Clint Eastwood war film Letters from Iwo Jima.

  19. Kaori



    KAORI (born 28 February 1976) is a Japanese voice actress, and singer from Yokohama, Kanagawa. Before January 2001, she was known as Midori Kawana (川菜翠 Kawana Midori) and Akiko Kawana (川菜明子 Kawana Akiko). "KAORI" is a portmanteau of her real name, Ka-wana Mid-ori. She is a member of the rock band SpunkyStrider. In various dub versions of Pokémon: Jirachi Wishmaker, her singing voice was used when her character sang a lullaby. She is also credited under the name "Kaori Suzuki", especially when her character appeared in the Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl arc of the anime.

  20. Yuki Matsuoka

    Yuki Matsuoka


    Yuki Matsuoka (松岡 由貴 Matsuoka Yuki, born September 13, 1970) is a Japanese voice actress from the Hirano-ku ward of Osaka. She graduated from Otemae Women's University in Nishinomiya. She is affiliated with Production Baobab.

  21. Ami Ohnuki

    Ami Ohnuki


    Ami Onuki (大貫 亜美 Ōnuki Ami, born September 18, 1973 in Machida, Tokyo, Japan), also known as Jane, is a Japanese singer, musician, and voice actress. She is a member of Japanese pop group PUFFY, along with Yumi Yoshimura.

  22. Yumi Yoshimura

    Yumi Yoshimura


    Yumi Yoshimura (吉村 由美 Yoshimura Yumi, born January 30, 1975), also known as Sue, is a Japanese musician, singer, and voice actress who is a member of the Japanese pop duo PUFFY, along with Ami Onuki.

  23. Hiro Kanagawa

    Hiro Kanagawa


    Hiro Kanagawa, born Hironobu Kanagawa (金川 弘敦 Kanagawa Hironobu, October 13, 1963), is a Japanese playwright and actor based in Vancouver, Canada. Kanagawa has written plays, including Tiger of Malaya and The Patron Saint of Stanley Park. He currently plays Lieutenant Suzuki on the CW's iZombie.

  24. Makiko Esumi

    Makiko Esumi


    Makiko Esumi (江角 マキコ Esumi Makiko), née Makiko Hirano (平野真紀子 Hirano Makiko, born 18 December 1966 in Izumo, Shimane Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese model, actress, writer, essayist, and lyricist. Esumi is most well known for her role as Chinatsu Tsuboi in the Japanese television drama series Shomuni.

  25. Machiko Soga

    Machiko Soga


    Machiko Soga (曽我 町子 Soga Machiko, March 18, 1938 – May 7, 2006) was a Japanese voice actress and actress.

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