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In 2000, Ichirou Mizuki gathered four artists to form JAM Project: Masaaki Endoh, Eizo Sakamoto, Rica Matsumoto, and Hironobu Kageyama.
As part of his cover album "Enson" released in 2008, Masaaki Endoh of JAM Project recorded a cover of "Go Go Power Rangers."
The fifth and final season of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's lasts from episodes 135 to 154 (with the title Fight for the Future, in the English dub). As the Ark Cradle (also known as the ""Divine Temple"") descends on New Domino City, the final stage of Yliaster's plan is set into motion. This season uses four pieces of theme music. For episodes 130 to 154, the opening theme is by Masaaki Endoh, while the ending theme is by Plastic Tree. Certain episodes use the insert song: "Clear Mind" by Masaaki Endoh. Episode 154 uses the insert song: "The Melody of Promises," which is also by Masaaki Endoh.
Throughout his journey as an anison artist, Kitadani had been to many events with JAM Project members. He had been in Latin America with his friends, Masaaki Endoh and Hironobu Kageyama, during such events as Anime Friends and the like. He also participated in Animelo, an annual summer anison music festival where JAM Project is a recurring guest. He had also collaborated with names such as Aki Misato to produce anime theme songs, forming a group called SV Tribe along with Masaaki Endoh.
The original OVA series ran from January 21, 2000 to March 21, 2003. The opening song from Episodes 1-6 is titled by Masaaki Endoh while Episode 7 is titled by Masaaki Endoh with the GGG Sound Choir. The first ending song is titled , performed by Saeko Suzuki for Episodes 1-6 and by MIQ in episode 7 while the second ending song is titled by the anime's official cast.
The anime's opening theme song is "Super Affection" (すーぱー☆あふぇくしょん) by Minami Kuribayashi, Miyuki Hashimoto, Faylan, Aki Misato, Yozuca* and Rino and the ending theme song is "Fellows" by Masaaki Endoh.
The fourth season of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's lasts from episodes 93 to 134 (with the title Road to Destiny, in the English dub). As the WRGP begins (known as the ""World Racing Grand Prix"" in the English dub, while known as the ""World Riding Duel Grand Prix"" in the Japanese version), the 3 Emperors of Yliaster begin to make their move. The show uses seven pieces of theme music. For episodes 93 through 103, the opening theme is "Freedom" by La Vie, while the ending theme is 'O-Zone' by Vistlip. For episodes 104 to 129, the opening theme is "BELIEVE IN NEXUS" by Masaaki Endoh, while the ending theme is "Close to You" by Alvino ~Alchemy vision normal~. For episodes 130 to 154, the opening theme is by Masaaki Endoh, while the ending theme is by Plastic Tree. Certain episodes use the insert song: "Clear Mind" by Masaaki Endoh.
The series use two pieces of theme music. The Japanese Opening theme is "ZORRO", and the Japanese ending theme is "Chikai" (誓い; "Oath"). Both songs are sung by the Japanese vocalist Masaaki Endoh, and are used for the 51 episodes which aired in Japan.
In July 2007, he sang with Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Yoko Ishida, Kouji Wada and MoJo at Anime Friends, the biggest anime convention in Latin America, in Brazil; it was his first time in the county and he has gone back there to perform several times not only at Anime Friends, but also in other events in other cities, such as Fortaleza and Brasília.
Masaaki Endoh enjoyed moderate success from 2000 to 2003, when he released his first studio album, "Chakuriku!!". At around the same time, he sang the opening for Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger, for which he gained much popularity. After its success, he halted singing opening themes to focus more on JAM Project.
Yoko Ishida performed a cover version to include on her "Hyper Yocomix 2" album. Masaaki Endoh also performed a cover version which was included on his first "Enson" cover album. The group m.o.v.e also covered the song for their "anim.o.v.e. 01" album. The song was also covered for Konami's Guitar Freaks and Drummania series of games.
The anime remaster was then broadcast in TV Tokyo from April 11, 2005 to June 27, 2005 before being replaced by Gun Sword on its timeslot. The opening theme is titled by Masaaki Endoh while the ending songs reuse the songs from the OVA except for certain episodes.
In July 2012, he released his fourth studio album (e)-STYLE and promoted the album by touring Japan for three nights from July 24 to August 6, 2011. For the release, the YouTube channel of Lantis released a set of videos showing Masaaki Endoh breaking down the lyrics of each song on the record. In the summer of 2011, he joined JAM Project in Animelo as a returning regular performer. He also participated in the Type-Moon 10th anniversary by singing "Fellows".
"Cutie Honey: The Live Vocal Album: Metamorphoses" was an album released featuring songs performed by various Lantis recording artists for the series, including remixes of the opening theme by Wild 3-Nin Musume, the second and third ending themes, by Granrodeo (as well as a remix), "Flash the Night" by Masaaki Endoh, a cover of Amii Ozaki's by Masami Okui, by Hironobu Kageyama, and "the Last Land" by Childe~.
The popularity of "Okkusenman!" in Japan led to various covers on Nico Nico Douga and YouTube as well as commercial releases. Gomu's version was included as a track on the album released July 9, 2008. At the 2008 "Animelo Summer Live" concert, Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Yoshiki Fukuyama, and Aki Misato performed a cover version of "Okkusenman!" to begin the second day's setlist. In 2009, JAM Project contributed a cover version of "Okkusenman!" to the album as its bonus track.
Masaaki Endoh was born in the Miyagi Prefecture on August 28, 1967. After graduating from high school, he joined a group called The Hiptones, but after it dissolved in 1993, he became half of the acoustic duo Short Hopes. In 1995, music producer Inoue Shunji approached Endoh for a record deal, and he debuted as a solo artist. In this time, he also worked as Steeple Jack with other musicians, and they also released two albums before disbanding.
With the launch of the anime, began to air online. The show has been airing since January 2007 with four regular hosts, Tomokazu Sugita, Masaaki Endoh, Mai Aizawa and Rie Saitou. The show often features series' producer Takanobu Terada as a special guest. After Divine Wars ended, the show carried on and is often used to regularly feature and promote up and coming video game titles.
An anime television series adaptation premiered on AT-X on from April 5, 2014 to June 21, 2014. The series was animated by TNK, produced by Kadokawa, Showgate, AT-X, Lantis and Genco and directed by Tetsuya Yanagisawa, with Takao Yoshioka acting as screenwriter. airings of the series are uncensored, while the airings on TV Kanagawa and other networks are heavily censored. The opening theme is "Kenzen Robo Daimidaler" by Endoh-kai, a new group by Masaaki Endoh.
began to air to go along with the release of the "" anime. The show has been airing since January 2007 with four regular hosts, Tomokazu Sugita, Masaaki Endoh, Mai Aizawa and Rie Saitou. The show often features series' producer Takanobu Terada as a special guest. After Divine Wars ended, the show carried on and was often used to regularly feature and promoted up and coming video game titles.
Because he was in the rugby club in high school, Masaaki Endoh was very physically-fit with chest measurements of 120 cm, now measuring 105 cm. He dislikes coriander, and has a difficult time with the food abroad when touring with JAM Project, so he brings along Japanese instant noodles. He also dislikes being alone in hotel rooms, and hates roller coasters. He is often referred to as "En-chan" by fellow JAM Project members.