Yuzu (band)

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Yuzu
Origin Japan
Genres Pop, Folk music
Years active 1997–present
Labels Senha and Company, Toy's Factory, Avex Taiwan
Members
Yujin Kitagawa (vocals, guitar, harmonica, kazoo, whistle), Kōji Iwasawa (vocals, guitar, blues harp, kazoo)

Yuzu (ゆず) is a Japanese popular music duo. Its members are Kitagawa Yujin (北川悠仁) and Iwasawa Kouji (岩沢厚治). Both of the band members come from Yokohama in the Kanagawa Prefecture. At first, they sung on the street in Yokohama. They have known each other since they were small children. They are famous for their concerts in front of the department store, Matsuzakaya in Isezakicyo in Yokohama. They officially debuted in 1997. The first CD was Yuzu no Moto. They are loved among men and women of all ages in Japan.


Singles[change | change source]

  Release Date Title Japanese
1st March 6, 1998 Natsuiro 夏色
2nd September 18, 1998 Shōnen 少年
3rd November 11, 1998 Karappo からっぽ
4th January 20, 1999 Itsuka いつか
5th March 17, 1999 Sayonara Bus サヨナラバス
6th August 18, 1999 Sentimental センチメンタル
7th September 29, 1999 Tomodachi no Uta 友達の唄
8th November 25, 1999 Kokoro no Mama ni
Kuzuboshi
心のままに
くず星
9th May 31, 2000 Aa, Seishun no Hibi 嗚呼、青春の日々
10th October 18, 2000 Tobenai Tori 飛べない鳥
11th May 23, 2001 Three Count 3カウント
12th February 13, 2002 Again Two アゲイン2
13th February 20, 2002 Koi no Kayōbi 恋の歌謡日
14th October 17, 2002 Mata Aeru Hi Made またあえる日まで
15th February 5, 2003 Ao
16th February 12, 2003 Kokyū 呼吸
17th February 19, 2003 Sanban-sen
Suiheisen
3番線
水平線
18th February 26, 2003 Sumire スミレ
19th October 22, 2003 Hokōsha Yūsen
歩行者優先
20th June 2, 2004 Sakuragicho
Shumi no Haba
Yume no Chizu
桜木町
シュミのハバ
夢の地図
21st July 22, 2004 Eikō no Kakehashi 栄光の架橋
22nd November 9, 2005 Chōtokkyū
Hi wa Mata Noboru
超特急
陽はまた昇る
23rd March 7, 2007 Harukaze 春風
24th February 6, 2008 Story ストーリー
25th June 25, 2008 Yesterday and Tomorrow
26th November 5, 2008 Shishikababū シシカバブー


Albums[change | change source]

  • Yuzu no Moto (1997)
  • Yuzuman (1998)
  • Yuzu Ikka (1998)
  • Utajiki -Sakura Saku Hen- (1999)
  • Yuzuen (1999)
  • Yuzuman no Natsu (2000)
  • Tobira (2000)
  • Utajiki -Futari no Biggu (Eggu) Sho Hen- (2001)
  • Yuzumoa (2002)
  • Sumire (2003)
  • Yuzu Sumairu (2003)
  • 1 -ONE- (2004)
  • Home [1997-2000]
  • Going [2001-2005]
  • Ribon (2006)
  • Yuzunone(2007)
  • Wonderful World(2008)

VHS[change | change source]

  • Futari (March 17, 1999)
  • Rokkasen Kin (February 16, 2000)
  • Rokkasen Gin (February 16, 2000)
  • Futari Akiaji (April 12, 2000)
  • TOBIRA TOUR 2000-2001 (April 4, 2001)
  • Futari no Biggu (Eggu) Sho -2jikan 53fun TOKYO DOME Kanzen Nokattoban- (December 26, 2001)
  • Sutajiamu Manin On(raku)satsu -Netto! Bomb Odori- (January 23, 2002)
  • Koi no Kayobi (August 7, 2002)
  • Rokkasen Kurenai (January 22, 2003)
  • Rokkasen Sumire (May 21, 2003)
  • Sumire (October 22, 2003)

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