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The major breakthrough for Zard came with the sixth single in 1993, "Makenaide", which became No. 1 in the Oricon charts and went on to sell over 1.8 million copies. She went on to release two more songs that reached No. 1, "Yureru Omoi" and "Kitto Wasurenai" in the same year. An album titled "Yureru Omoi" featuring both "Makenaide" and "Yureru Omoi" sold two million copies, the first million milestone for Zard in album sales. In fact, Being was so successful in the early 1990s that it was called Being Boom. No one sold more CDs than Zard in this year.
Under the influence of her father, Shiori grew up listening to various music genres such as rock, punk and blues. In elementary school she learned to play on piano, in junior high school she formed band and played on electronic guitar. After finishing high school, she started fully took guitar and vocal lessons. She performed street lives in Shinjuku and Ohmiya. In June 2012, Shiori applied in audition "Jibun wo Kaetakute" and won Grand Prix "Treasure Hunt2012". On same year she made artist debut in 12 December. On 17 April 2013 she made major debut with single "Yureru Yureru". So far Shiori released 8 singles and 3 studio albums.
"Yureru Omoi" is the 8th single by Zard and released 19 May 1993 under B-Gram Records label. The single debuted at #1 rank two weeks. It charted for 20 weeks and sold over 1,396,000 copies and became second highest-selling single in her career. When she died, it was elected as her second best song on the Oricon polls.
The album was released on same day as Zard debut single Good-bye My Loneliness. This album includes 4 CDs of the biggest hits from their career such as Makenaide, Yureru Omoi or Kokoro wo Hiraite with total 52 tracks. Each CD symbolizes nature season such as spring (CD1), early summer (CD2), later summer (C3) and autumn-winter (CD4). This album was released to promote Zard's 25th anniversary debut.
On July 25, 2006, they had a concert at Shibuya Bpxx, and it was the beginning of their return. On August 30, they released 'Yura Yura Yureru', from a new record label set up by the producer of Bon-Bon Blanco, Bouncy Records. This is the song they performed in Angel Gate. In this song, and they renewed the group's image changing their costumes from jeans and T-shirts to sexy bikinis. Anna challenged to rapping first time.
An album based on fan request was released on January 23, 2008, titled Zard Request Best: Beautiful Memory. NTV Morning News program, Zoom In Super's December 28, 2007 reports that over 500,000 entries were mailed to Being. Surprisingly, Makenaide and Yureru Omoi were not in the top 3, though they made the top 10. The three most voted songs were 1) Ano Hohoemi o Wasurenaide, 2) Shoujo no Koro ni Modotta Mitai ni, 3) Kakegae no Naimono.
She has recently started a manga series called "Bee-be-beat it!" which was introduced in volume 1 of the "Dragon Age Pure" magazine. She has worked on three adult game projects for UNiSONSHIFT Blossom. The first was "Nanatsuiro Drops", released in 2006, followed by the Alice in Wonderland themed "Alice Parade", released in 2007, and "Flyable Heart," released in 2009. She also was the artist in the adult games "Peace@Pieces", "Forget Me Not", and also "Komorebi ni Yureru Tamashii no Koe", all under the UNiSONSHIFT label. Outside of UNiSONSHIFT, she has recently worked as one of the illustrators for Flight-Plan's DS game "Shining Force Feather".
Aside from Nishikawa's film career, her writing has expanded to the world of literature. In 2006 her second feature film, Yureru (Sway), was showcased in the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes; she received the Yomiuri Prize for Literature (Drama & Film) for the script, and subsequently made her publishing debut by novelizing the work. Her 2009 collection of stories Kinō no Kamisama (Gods of Yesterday) was shortlisted for the Naoki Prize, and her 2015 novel Nagai iiwake (The Long Excuse) became a candidate for the Yamamoto Shūgorō Prize.
A series of memorial concerts were held at Osaka’s Festival on September 6 and 7, as well as September 14 in Tokyo’s Nippon Budokan, called "What a Beautiful Memory". Tickets sold out immediately and 15,000 people gathered for the Tokyo event. Sakai’s favorite microphone was placed center-stage, and a recording of Sakai's comments about her thoughts toward the lyrics from 2004 was played. Over 20 members of Sakai’s band, who had come together again just for this occasion, began playing "Yureru Omoi". During the intermezzo, video images of the dressing room were shown, showing how staff had set it up in the same way Sakai used it during her What a Beautiful Moment concert tour. The door was labeled "Ms. Sakai Izumi" and the room had a clipboard displaying the day’s schedule; lunch boxes were also prepared and laid out on a coffee table.
Love is a common theme throughout the album, referenced frequently in "1 2 3 ~Koi ga Hajimaru~", "Koiato", "Nannde" and "Renaishousetsu". Whereas "1 2 3 ~Koi ga Hajimaru~", in keeping with previous singles such as "Kimagure Romantic" and "Natuzora Graffiti", describes the light-hearted and optimistic first love of a teenage girl, the others describe experiences of being broken hearted from various stages of adulthood, a theme which has rarely featured in recent Ikimono-gakari singles. "Ascending to the Capital" is also a common theme throughout later tracks, in particular "Tōkyō" and "Nukumori" where the theme is used as a metaphor to describe the emotions experienced by Yoshioka and Yamashita respectively in leaving their home town in Kanagawa prefecture behind to pursue a recording contract in the Japanese music industry. Various tracks hold individual references to the phonetic reading of the album title "I": "Koiato" references 逢い "ai", the Japanese for meeting (often a loved one and often by chance) and "Kaze Koute Hana Yureru" refers to 藍 "ai" the Japanese for indigo.