I Love You 5. Furikaette Tomorrow (ふりかえってTomorrow?) 6. Cool Summer 7. White Dreaming with Hikaru Genji (White Dreaming with 光GENJI?) 8. 333 Thank You 9. Hito Natsu Hito Yoru (ひと夏ひと夜?) 10. Victory 11. Best Friends 12. Pocket Album: 7 Tsuno Hoshi (Pocket Album~7つの星?) 13. Dream Passport 14. Speedy Age 15. Welcome 16. Uchū Yū Ei (宇宙遊詠?) or here 17. Heart'n Hearts (2-disc album uploaded as 2 albums: Hearts & Heart) 18. Forever Yours 19. Super Best Try to Remember 20.
Hikaru GENJI (光GENJI) was a Japanese pop group under the Johnny's Entertainment label that was active from 1987 to 1995. In 1994, Oosawa Mikio and Sato Hiroyuki left the group and the remaining members formed HIKARU GENJI SUPER 5 which disbanded in 1995. Today, only two of the original members remain in Johnny's Entertainment: Uchiumi Kouji and Sato Atsuhiro. Uchiumi Kouji (内海光司). Morohoshi Kazumi (諸星和己). Satou Hiroyuki (佐藤寛之). Yamamoto Junichi (山本淳一).
4 Hikaru Genji Super 5 Discography. 7 in 2007, Hikaru Genji held the record for the youngest male group to top the Oricon singles charts. In 1988, Hikaru Genji became the second artist in history to monopolize the top three spots on the Oricon singles chart and the third artist in history to dominate the top two spots on the charts. won the Japan Record Award in the 30th Japan Record Awards for their song "Paradise Ginga" that same year, making them the second Johnny's artist to win the award after Masahiko Kondo and the last before Johnny & Associates established a policy that would. I Love You. Furikaette Tomorrow (ふりかえってTomorrow).
Hikaru Genji (. 光GENJI（ひかるゲンジ）) was a Japanese musical idol group named after the character Hikaru Genji of The Tale of Genji. They were managed by Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates from 1987 to 1995. Until the appearance of temporary Johnny's unit Hey! Say! 7 in 2007, Hikaru Genji held the record for the youngest male group to top the Oricon singles charts. Furikaette Tomorrow (ふりかえってTomorrow?) Cool Summer. 光源氏（ひかるげんじ）) is the protagonist of Murasaki Shikibu's important Heian-era Japanese novel The Tale of Genji. The story describes him as a superbly handsome man and a genius. Genji is the second son of a Japanese emperor, but he is relegated to civilian life for political reasons and lives as an imperial officer. The first part of the story concentrates on his romantic life, and in the second, his and others' internal agony is depicted
The Tale of Genji (Japanese: 源氏物語, Genji monogatari) is a 1951 Japanese drama film directed by Kōzaburō Yoshimura. It is based on the piece of Japanese literature of the same name. It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival. Kazuo Hasegawa as Hikaru Genji. Michiyo Kogure as Fujitsubo. Machiko Kyō as Awaji no ue. Nobuko Otowa as Murasaki no ue. Mitsuko Mito as Aoi no ue. Yuji Hori as Yoshinari. Denjirō Ōkōchi as Takuma nyudo. Chieko Soma as Kiritsubo. Yumiko Hasegawa as Oborozukiyo no kimi.
Hikaru GENJI (光GENJI) was a Japanese male idol group produced by Johnny Kitagawa under Johnny & Associates. Their debut single, STAR LIGHT, was released on August 19, 1987 under Pony Canyon. This group disbanded in 1994. After two members, Osawa Mikio and Sato Hiroyuki, left this group changed to Hikaru GENJI SUPER 5. Trivia. Hikaru GENJI was formed from two grroups GENJI and Eagles on June 25, 1987. Tomorrow (ふりかえっ. omorrow). White Dreaming with Hikaru GENJI (White Dreaming with 光GENJI). 333) Thank You. Hito Natsu Hito Yoru (ひと夏ひと夜).
A new twist on Genji. Bringing Genji Monogatari to the screen was never going to be easy
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