Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicComics & Animation · 7 years ago

Favorite Japanese bands/ singers? Anime..?

Firstly this is in the comics and animation section simply cause I love anime music. Makes me smile.

Anyway please tell me your fave jpop bands or singers and stuff, cause I'm looking for new awesome songs to download.

Oh yeah, and I love all the gintama opening and ending songs ( gin Iro no sora, donten, asa answer, light infection, etc.) so I would recommend those if your also looking for some. :)


(Vocaloid songs are welcome as well! My fave is Len kagamine!) ^.^

14 Answers

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Aya Ueto - Way To Heaven

    Aiko - Tunnel

    Ai Otsuka - Renai Shashin

    Bonnie Pink - Its Gonna Rain (Rurouni Kenshin)

    Buono - Shoushitsuten

    Chara - Fantasy

    Chemistry (Feat) Dohzi T - Ano Hi

    Crystal Kay - Motherland

    D-51 - Life

    Do As Infinity - Umareyuku Monotachi E

    Emi Hinouchi (Feat) Makai - Twinkle Star (Shine On Me Ver)

    Erika Sawajiri - Destination Nowhere

    Every Little Thing (Feat) Noriyuki Makihara - Fuyu Hajimaru Yo

    Exile - Angel (Acousic Version)

    Fumido - Taisetsu Ni Suru Kara Ne

    Funky Monkey Babys - Last Hug

    Greeeen - Haruka

    Hideaki Tokunaga - Chisana Inori P.S I Love You

    Hiro - Hikari No Naka De (Devil Man)

    Hitomi - World Wide Love

    Ikimono Gakari - Arigatou

    John Hoon - Boku Wa Kimi Wo Aishiteru

    Juju - Take Me Higher

    K - Brand New Map

    Kaori Mochida - Hajimari To Wa

    Kaoru Amane (Erika Sawajiri) - Taiyou No Uta

    Kat-Tun - Promise Song

    Kazue Fujiki - Sunny Day

    Ken Hirai - Itsuka Hanareru Hi Ga Kite Mo

    Kiyokiba Shunsuke - Tsuyoku Naranaide...

    Koda Kumi - Ai No Uta

    Koharu Kohiruimaki - Ai Yo Kienaide

    Kome Kome Club - Kimi ga Iru Dake de

    Kou Shibasaki - Ex

    Kreva - Akasatana Wa Mayarawaon

    Kuwata Keisuke - Kaze No Uta Wo (Ost Starways In Heaven)

    L' Arc En Ciel - Hitomino Juni

    Leah Dizon - Vanilla

    Miho Fukuhara - Everybody Needs Someone

    Mikuni Shimokawa - Omoide Ga Ippai

    Misia - So Beautiful

    Miwa Yoshida - Anata No Kawai Hito

    Monkey Majik - Aishiteru

    Morning Musume - Ame No Furanai Hoshi De Wa Ai Senai Darou

    My Little Lover - Afureru

    Shiina Ringo - Ariamaru Tomi

    Shota Shimizu - Aishiteru

    Sowelu - Hatsuyuki

    Takeuchi Mariya - Plastic Love

    Tatsuro Yamashita - Amaku Kiken Na Kaori

    Tegomass - Ai Ai Gasa

    The Gospellers - Mimosa

    Tomiko Van - Manacles

    Utada Hikaru - Arashi No Megami

    Yui - Namidairo

    Yuki - Ureshikute Dakiauyo

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  • 3 years ago

    Japanese Anime Singer

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  • Erika
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Anime Bands

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  • 7 years ago

    Yuya Matushita

    Kana Nishino

    Yuka Masaki

    Miliyah Kato

    Koda Kumi

    Amuro Namie

    Hamasaki Ayumi

    Akanishi Jin



    E-girls (made up of 3 girl groups: dream, happiness, flower) not overly cutsy


    Generations (from exile)

    J soul brothers






    Yamashita Tomohisa


    Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

    Source(s): Love jpop but not the overly cutsy type except for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
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  • 4 years ago

    One of the most important aspects of singing well involves correct breathing. Now you would think that we would already do this correctly. Try a site like which has the best vocal exercises

    After all if we couldn't breathe we wouldn't be alive! But in reality many people have bad breathing habits caused by a variety of things including poor posture and our often frantic lifestyles. Learning how to control your breathing is one of the keys to improving your voice.

    Singing requires that you are able to take in enough air quickly before you are about to sing a line and then let this air out in a regular and controlled way whilst singing the notes. The mistake many novice singers do is to take a quick shallow gasp of air into the top of the lungs. This results in there being insufficient air, to get you through the line you are singing, and you will end up dropping notes. I'm sure you can relate to this experience and can remember times when you have had to quickly take in more air half way through the line or note you are singing.

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  • Violet
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Morning Musume! Resonant Blue!

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  • 7 years ago




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  • 7 years ago

    I like Kana Nishino and Nana Mizuki

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  • 7 years ago

    Buck-Tick in the anime Nightwalker

    Aya Hirano in anime Haruhi Suzumiya and many more

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  • 7 years ago

    My favorite Vocaloids are Hatsune Miku and Luka Megurine (Yuri fangirl; can't help it =/)

    As for real Jpop singers, Kotoko is my favorite (Because I love her song, "Re-Sublimity" ^^).

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