Visual kei
Visual kei (ヴィジュアル系, vijuaru kei, lit. "visual style" or "visual system") is a movement among Japanese musicians, that is characterized by the use of varying levels of make-up, elaborate hair ...
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Tetsu Takano
Tetsu Takano (高野哲, Takano Tetsu, born on December 12, 1972 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese rock musician and singer-songwriter. He is probably best known as the first vocalist of the visual kei...
Aion (Japanese band)
Aion (stylized as AION) is a Japanese metal band from Osaka, formed in 1983 by guitarist Izumi. Aion are considered to be important to the formation of visual kei, credited as being one of the bands t...
Kuroyume
Kuroyume (黒夢, lit. "Black Dream") is a Japanese rock band formed in Nagoya in May 1991. The group had a definite influence on the visual kei scene, being credited as inspiration to many bands of t...
Shintaro Kago
Shintaro Kago (駕籠 真太郎, Kago Shintarō, born 1969), is a Japanese guro manga artist. He debuted in 1988 on the magazine COMIC BOX.
Shintaro Kago's style has been called "fashionable paranoia...
L'luvia
L'luvia (ジュビア, Jubia) ("Rain" in Spanish) was a Japanese visual kei rock band.
They debuted in 1998. 1st single Suki Suki My Girl (スキスキ♡マイガール) was used as the 10th ending theme of the ...
Unsraw
Unsraw (アンスロウ, Ansurō, stylized as UnsraW) was a Japanese visual kei metal band signed to the label Speed Disk. They formed in July 2006 and disbanded in 2011.
After the dissolution of the...
12012
12012 (イチニーゼロイチニ, ichi nī zero ichi ni) is a Japanese visual kei rock band. Formed in 2003 in Osaka Prefecture, the group centers its work around the concept of "madness inside a human" (人間の内面...
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Genkaku Allergy
Genkaku Allergy (幻覚アレルギ-) was a Japanese visual kei rock band started by ex-Kamaitachi members Sceana and Kazzy, in 1992. Its sound mixes elements from punk, hardcore, metal, noise and industrial. The...
Devil Kitty
Devil Kitty was a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in 2002.
The band formed in October 2002 with Yuuga and Reika (ex-member from Kar'Maria and La'miss Fairy respectively). Soon after, Yura (ex...
Screw (band)
Screw (typeset as SCREW) is a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in March 2006 by vocalist Byou and Yuuto, who were previously in the band Joker before its disbandment.
In 2011, Screw released t...
Plastic Tree
Plastic Tree is a Japanese visual kei alternative rock band, formed in December 1993 in Chiba Prefecture. They released their first mini-album in December 1995, and in 1997, they released their first ...
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Ken (musician)
Ken (born November 28, 1968 in Maibara, Shiga, Japan) is a musician and singer-songwriter, best known as guitarist of the Japanese rock band L'Arc-en-Ciel. He is also the leader, vocalist and guitaris...
Deluhi
Deluhi (stylized as DELUHI) was a Japanese visual kei metal band, formed in 2008, guitarist Leda recruited Juri as vocalist when the band Grave Seed they made was renamed. Leda was previously bassist ...
Kaya (Japanese musician)
Kaya (迦夜) is a Japanese visual kei musician, who is a vocalist of the electro/darkwave duo Schwarz Stein, and also Meties and Isola under the alias of Hime. Originally on Mana's record label, Midi...
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Midori (1992 film)
Shōjo Tsubaki (少女椿, "The Camellia Girl") was a stock protagonist of kamishibai during its revival in early Shōwa period Japan attributed to a creator known as Seiun, though the plagiarism and retellin...
Midori (1992 film) - Wikipedia
Kisaki
Kisaki (妃, born March 10, 1976) is a Japanese musician who has worked with several visual kei bands, including La:Sadie's, Syndrome, Kisaki Project and Phantasmagoria. Besides playing bass and ke...
Syu
Syu (シュウ, Shū) is a Japanese musician, best known as leader and guitarist of metal band Galneryus, but also performs guitar and lead vocals in Spinalcord (formerly known as Aushvitz), and was ...
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Toshi (musician)
Toshimitsu Deyama (出山利三, Deyama Toshimitsu, born October 10, 1965 in Tateyama, Chiba), known exclusively by his stage name Toshi, is a Japanese singer-songwriter. He is best known as vocalist...
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Color (band)
Color (stylized as COLOR) was a Japanese punk band formed in 1985 by Dynamite Tommy, who founded the Free-Will record label a year later. They are considered to be important to the formation of visual...
By-Sexual
By-Sexual (stylized as BY-SEXUAL) was a Japanese visual kei punk rock band from Osaka. They were active from 1988 to 1995, when vocalist Sho left the band and they went on hiatus. In August 1996, the ...
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Jasmine You
Jasmine You (March 8, 1979 – August 9, 2009) was a Japanese musician, best known as original bassist of the symphonic metal band Versailles. In 1998 Jasmine You (then going by Yuu) entered the visual ...
Suehiro Maruo
Suehiro Maruo (丸尾 末広, Maruo Suehiro) (born January 28, 1956 in Nagasaki, Japan) is a Japanese manga artist, illustrator, and painter.
Maruo graduated from junior high school in March 1972 ...
Golden Bomber
Golden Bomber (ゴールデンボンバー, Gōruden Bonbā, abbreviated as Kinbaku (金爆), Bomber (ボンバー) or GB) is a Japanese visual kei "air" rock band formed in 2004 and signed to the independent label Euclid Ag...
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Raphael (band)
Raphael was a Japanese visual kei rock band that formed in 1997, when the members were only 15. They disbanded in 2001, after guitarist Kazuki died at age 19. In 2012, the remaining members reunited R...
Atsushi Sakurai
Atsushi Sakurai (櫻井 敦司, Sakurai Atsushi, born March 7, 1966 in Fujioka, Gunma, Japan) is a Japanese musician and singer-songwriter. He has been the vocalist for the rock band Buck-Tick since 1...
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El Dorado (band)
El Dorado was a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in January 1999 with members Kaede, Shunsuke, Shoki, Yuu and Ruli.
Their first live was on 10 November 1999. The band started out by releasing ...
Satsuki (musician)
Satsuki (砂月) is a Japanese musician and former vocalist of visual kei rock band Rentrer en Soi. Satsuki was a member of Rentrer en Soi from its creation in 2001 until it disbanded in 2008. In 2009...