List of awards received by Hikaru Utada

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This is the list of awards received by Hikaru Utada, a Japanese singer-songwriter.

Awards[edit]

Years Awards
1999
  • Yusen Awards – Top Award "Special Prize"
  • Yusen Awards – Top Award "Best New Artist"
  • The 40th Japan Record Awards – Best Album Prize (First Love)[1]
  • The 40th Japan Record Awards – Honorable Mention Songs (Automatic)[2]
  • Record: First Love – Best-Selling Japanese Language Album of All Time (7.648 million units in Japan and 10.056 worldwide as of 2007), Highest First Week Sales for a Debut Album (2 million+), and Fastest Selling album in Japanese history (5.24 million units in one month)
2000
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – The Triple Crown
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Artist of The Year
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Song of The Year (Automatic, Movin' on Without You, Addicted to You)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Pop/Rock Album of The Year (First Love)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Music Video of The Year (Single Clip Collection Vol.1)
  • World Music Awards- Best-Selling Asian Artist[3]
  • Jasrac – Gold Award (Automatic)
  • Jasrac – Silver Award (Time Will Tell)
2001
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Song of The Year (Wait & See: Risk, For You/Time Limit)
  • MTV Japan Viewer's Choice Video (Can You Keep a Secret?)
  • Record: Distance – Highest First Week Sales Album of All Time (3 million+)
2002
  • SpaceShowerTV Best Art Direction Video (Traveling)
  • SpaceShowerTV Best Female Video (Traveling)
  • SpaceShowerTV Best Video of The Year (Traveling)
  • MTV Japan Best R&B Artist
  • The 16th annual Japan Gold Disc Awards – Song of The Year (Can You Keep a Secret? & Traveling)
  • The 16th annual Japan Gold Disc Awards – Pop/Rock Album of The Year (Distance)
  • Jasrac Silver Award (Can You Keep a Secret?)
2003
  • Rank #24 in HMV Japan's Top 100 Japanese Pop Artists of All Time[4]
  • J-Wave Tokio Hot 100 Airplay Best Female Artist
  • SpaceShowerTV Best Female Video (Sakura Drops)
  • MTV Japan Best Female Video (Sakura Drops)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – The Triple Crown
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Artist of The Year
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Song of The Year (Hikari, Sakura Drops, & Colors)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Rock & Pop Album of The Year (Deep River)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Music Video of The Year (Traveling)
  • Jasrac Silver Award – (Traveling)
  • Jasrac Silver Award – Foreign Production- (Hikari)
2004
  • AMD Award for Best Music Composer (UH Live Streaming 20 Dai wa Ikeike!)
  • World Music Awards – Best-Selling Japanese Artist[5]
  • Record: Highest First Week Sales in Japan for an English/International Album: Exodus (521,000+ units)
  • Record: Only Musical Artist (solo or Group) to be #1 on Oricon's Yearly Charts 5 (consecutive or -non) times (4x on Yealy Album Charts and 1x on Yearly Singles Chart)
2005
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Song of The Year (Dareka no negai ga Kanau Koro)[6]
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Rock & Pop Album of The Year (Utada Hikaru Single Collection Vol. 1)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – International Rock & Pop Album of the Year (Exodus)
  • The Japan Gold Disc Awards – Music Video of The Year (Utada Hikaru in Budokan 2004 'Hikaru no 5')
2006
  • Rank #10 in HMV Japan's "30 Greatest Japanese Singers of All Time" List[7]
  • Rank #3 for Total Female & Solo Artist Album Sales[8]
  • The 20th Japan Gold Disc Awards – Song of the Year (Be My Last)
  • Rank #1 – Most Consecutive Albums by a solo or group artist to have 500,000+ first week sales since debut (5)[9]
2007
  • The 21st Japan Gold Disc Awards – Rock & Pop Album of The Year Award (Ultra Blue)
  • The 21st Japan Gold Disc Awards – 10 Best Albums (Ultra Blue)
  • The 21st Japan Gold Disc Awards – Million Sales Album Artist Card – Ultra Blue[10]
  • HEY!HEY!HEY! Music Champ SP (Top 10 Million-Selling Albums of All-Time in Japan)
    • First Love-#1 (7,650,215)
    • Distance-#4 (4,469,135)
    • Deep River-#8 (3,604,588)
  • Listen Japan Website Report: #1 Digital Artist of Japan 2007 for 10 million download sales of two song versions of "Flavor of Life" and three "Beautiful World/Kiss & Cry" single songs[11]
  • The #2 Digital Single of the World – "Flavor Of Life"[12]
  • The #1 Best Selling Artist in Terms of Digital Sales in 2007, with total sales of over 12 million.[13]
2008
  • The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Single of the Year ("Flavor Of Life")[14]
  • The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards – PC Download Song of the Year ("Flavor Of Life")[14]
  • The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 10 Singles ("Flavor of Life")
  • The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 Chaku-Uta Songs ("Flavor of Life"-Ballad Version)
  • The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 Chaku-Uta Full Songs ("Flavor of Life"-Ballad and Original Versions-)
  • The 22nd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 PC Download Songs ("Beautiful World" & "Flavor of Life")
  • Best Monthly Airplay Record at Japanese Radio (Heart Station)[15]
  • Radio Television Hong Kong 19th International Pop Poll Awards – Top Japanese Gold Song ("Beautiful World")
  • Radio Television Hong Kong 19th International Pop Poll Awards – Top Japanese Artist
  • MTV Japan Best Video from a Film (Beautiful World, from Neon Genesis Evangelion)
2009
  • The 23rd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 Albums ("HEART STATION")
  • The 23rd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 Chaku-Uta Songs ("Prisoner of Love")
  • The 23rd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 Chaku-Uta Full Songs ("Prisoner of Love")
  • The 23rd Japan Gold Disc Awards – Best 5 PC Download Songs ("Prisoner of Love")
  • The 1st CD Shop First Prize Award – Best CD Album ("HEART STATION")
  • Jasrac Award 2009 – 10 Best Interactive Songs ("Prisoner of Love")[16]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Japan Records Award – 1999". http://www.jacompa.or.jp/index.html (in Japanese). 1999. Retrieved 2007-09-01. 
  2. ^ Jacompa
  3. ^ "Winners of the World Music Awards". www.montecarloresort.com. May 2007. Archived from the original on 2000-10-15. Retrieved 2007-08-26. 
  4. ^ 音楽 情報ニュース/Top 100 Japanese pops Artists – No.24/HMV
  5. ^ "2004 World Music Awards Winners". www.billboard.com. September 16, 2007. Retrieved 2007-08-26. 
  6. ^ "The 19th Japan Gold Disc Award 2005". Recording Industry Association of Japan. Retrieved 2008-01-08. 
  7. ^ 音楽 情報ニュース/日本のシンガーTOP30 – 第10位/HMV
  8. ^ "(松任谷由実、アルバム女性部門5冠達成!)". www.oricon.co.jp (in Japanese). June 30, 2005. Retrieved 2007-08-26. 
  9. ^ "(宇多田ヒカル、2年1ヶ月ぶりのアルバム首位獲得で史上初の快挙!)". www.oricon.co.jp (in Japanese). June 20, 2006. Retrieved 2007-08-26. 
  10. ^ "Million Artist Card Release (「ミリオンアーティストカード」登場)". shop.mu-mo.net. Retrieved 2007-08-26. 
  11. ^ "宇多田ヒカル、ブログパーツにアクセス殺到" (in Japanese). livedoor. 2007-10-19. Retrieved 2008-11-11. 
  12. ^ "Sales of 'Flavor Of Life' by Japan's Utada Hikaru pass 7.5 million". EMI Group. 31 January 2008. 
  13. ^ "Square, Disney and Japanese Pop Star Utada Hikaru Collaborate on Kingdom Hearts". IGN. 2002-08-22. Retrieved 2008-11-03. 
  14. ^ a b "EXILEが初のゴールドディスク大賞を受賞!". oricon.co.jp (in Japanese). 2008-03-04. Retrieved 2008-11-10. 
  15. ^ livedoor ニュース – 宇多田ヒカル、着うた無料DL第2弾は「First Love」
  16. ^ [1]