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Kousuke Atari(中 孝介,Atari Kōsuke?, born July 13, 1980, on Amami Ōshima, Japan) is a Japanese enka artist. He is a self-trained musician, and performs in the shimauta (island-song) style of his hometown.
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The song "Natsu Yuuzora (夏夕空; Summer Evening Sky)" was used as the ending theme in the Japanese anime adaptation of the manga series 「Natsume Yuujinchou」(夏目友人帳). He also performed the song, "Kimi no Kakera (君ノカケラ; Pieces of You)", which was used in the third season.
The single "Tane wo Maku Hibi (種をまく日々; The Days When Seeds are Scattered)" was used as the thirteenth ending theme in the anime series 「Bleach」.