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Examples of "kinki_kids"
The discography of Japanese group KinKi Kids consists of 13 studio albums, four compilation albums, 20 video albums and 33 singles. All of KinKi Kids' studio albums and singles have reached number one in Japan on Oricon charts, as of 2013. All of their music has been released by Johnny's Entertainment in Japan. In Taiwan, Kinki Kids' music has been released under from 1997 to 2000, and in 2001, and Avex Taiwan from 2002 to the present.
Tokunaga also composed other singers' songs such as KinKi Kids' "Eien Ni" (from their 2007 album "Phi").
Phi (stylized as Φ) is the tenth studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids. It is the first album by KinKi Kids to have a Greek-lettered title, rather than the traditional Latin-lettered album title. The album was certified platinum by the RIAJ for 250,000 copies shipped to stores in Japan.
This Johnny's Jr. group was formed by Koichi Domoto from Kinki Kids under the name J-Support. Later the name of this group changed into K.K.Kity.
After KinKi Kids, KAT-TUN is the second artist to have all singles since debut to exceed 300,000 in sales during their first week.
This group was formed by Koichi Domoto from Kinki Kids under the name J-Support. Later the name of this group changed into K.K.Kity.
Mizuki Sano joined Johnny's in 1991. In 1993, he became a member of the short-lived Johnny's unit J-Eleven and also a member of KinKi Jr., a back-up group for KinKi Kids. In 1995, Sano became a first-generation member of Johnny's Sr., along with Masayuki Sakamoto, Hiroshi Nagano, and Yoshihiko Inohara of V6. Until 1996 he was a back-up dancer for Hikaru Genji, V6, SMAP, and KinKi Kids.
An annual musical production, "Shock" is performed in the Imperial Garden Theater in Tokyo. The lead role is played by Koichi Domoto of KinKi Kids and Tsubasa acts in the second leading role.
In 2004, Kokubun took a break from Tokio to form a temporary group with KinKi Kids member Tsuyoshi Domoto. Together they released the theme song to "Fantastipo", a movie in which they starred.
Fantastipo is a 2005 Japanese film starring Tsuyoshi Domoto (Kinki Kids) and Taichi Kokubun (TOKIO). The theme song "Fantastipo" is sung by the special unit of the 2 lead actors Toraji Haiji.
J Album is the eleventh studio album released by Japanese duo KinKi Kids on December 9, 2009. The album was certified gold by the RIAJ for 100,000 copies shipped to stores in Japan.
With Koichi Domoto, he eventually made his debut in 1997 as KinKi Kids with a double release of a single "Garasu no Shōnen" and an album "A Album", both of which went on to sell more than a million copies.
D Album is the fourth studio album of the Japanese group KinKi Kids. It was released on December 13, 2000. Debuting at the top of the Oricon charts, the album sold 354,830 copies in its first week.
In 2004, Taichi Kokubun took a leave from Tokio to form the temporary music unit "Toraji Haiji" with KinKi Kids member Tsuyoshi Domoto. Together they recorded the theme song for the movie "Fantastipo", in which they starred in. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of their debut, Tokio released their first cover album, "TOK10" in September 2004.
Oda performed the song during the 1991 broadcast of the FNS Music Festival, his first solo TV performance since embarking on his solo career. He also performed the song with KinKi Kids on a special edition of the variety programme "Love Love Aishiteru" in 2000.
Tsuyoshi Dōmoto of the Kinki Kids and Rie Tomosaka starred as Kindaichi and Nanase Miyuki in the first two series. In season 3, Matsumoto Jun of Arashi starred as Kindaichi and Suzuki Anne starred as Nanase Miyuki. In season 4, Ryosuke Yamada starred as Kindaichi while Haruna Kawaguchi portrayed Nanase Miyuki.
A Album is the debut album of the Japanese group KinKi Kids. It was released on July 21, 1997 on the same day as their debut single "Garasu no Shōnen". The album debuted at the top of the Oricon charts, selling 315,330 copies in its first week. It was certified Million by RIAJ and is currently the duo's second best-selling album.
KinKi Single Selection is the first greatest hits album by Japanese duo KinKi Kids. The album was released on May 17, 2000 and debuted at the top of the Oricon charts, selling 712,340 copies in its first week. The album eventually went on to sell over 1,200,000 copies by the end of the year and was certified Million by RIAJ.
E Album is the fifth studio album of Japanese group KinKi Kids. It was released on July 25, 2001. Debuting at the top of the Oricon charts, the album sold 400,480 copies in its first week. The album was certified platinum by the RIAJ for 400,000 copies shipped to stores in Japan.
"Expose" sold 155,000 copies in first weeks. With this single, their number of consecutive singles topping the chart has reached 20. KAT-TUN is the second artist to top the single chart for 20 consecutive singles since the debut. It was only achieved by their senior KinKi Kids 8 years and a month ago with “Anniversary”.