Kirari

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This article is about a Japanese musician. For the Japanese satellite, see OICETS. For a Dazzle Vision song, see Kirari (song).

Kirari Toyomoto (豊元希良梨 Toyomoto Kirari?, born October 23, 1980) is a Japanese singer and songwriter. Kirari wrote "Last Piece" for the end theme for the anime series Great Teacher Onizuka. Her cover of Martika's Toy Soldiers reached number 18 on the Oricon charts in May 2000.[1]

She was also in the Japanese film Love & Pop as Chisa Noda.

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  1. ^ 2000年05月第3週の邦楽シングルランキング情報 (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2008-02-19. 

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