Miho Komatsu

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Miho Komatsu
Native name 小松 未歩
Born (1974-03-30) March 30, 1974 (age 40)[1]
Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Genres Japanese Pop
Occupations Singer, song writer
Instruments Electone, vocals
Years active 1996–2006
Labels Zain Records (1997–1998)
Amemura-O-Town Record (1998–1999)
Giza Studio (1999–2005)
Associated acts Rina Aiuchi
Deen
Field of View
Website miho-komatsu.com

Miho Komatsu (小松 未歩 Komatsu Miho?, born March 30, 1974), is a Japanese pop singer and songwriter. Four of her songs were included in The Best of Detective Conan, a soundtrack album for the anime Case Closed.[2] She also composed several songs for other artists, such as Arisa Tsujio, Wands, Field of View, Deen, and Rina Aiuchi.[citation needed] So far, she has recorded 26 singles and 11 albums.

Early life and music career[edit]

Komatsu was born on March 30, 1974, in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, in Japan.[3][unreliable source?] In 1997, she signed with ZAIN Records.[3][unreliable source?]

1997 to 1999[edit]

Komatsu wrote Field of View's seventh single, titled "Kono Machi de Kimi to Kurashitai", released in April 1997.[citation needed] A month later, she debuted as a singer and released her first single, "Nazo". The song was used as an opening theme for the anime Case Closed and sold more than 300,000 copies.[citation needed] In January 1998, she released her third single, "Negaigoto Hitotsu Dake". The song was used as the fifth ending theme for Case Closed.[citation needed]

1999 until hiatus[edit]

Komatsu released her first single, titled "Saitan Kyori de". Her 24th single, "I Just Wanna Hold You Tight", was chosen as an ending theme for the anime MÄR.[citation needed] She released two more singles before going on hiatus in 2005.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title
1997 "Nazo" (?)
1997 "Kagayakeru Hoshi" (輝ける星?)
1998 "Negai Goto Hitotsu dake" (願い事ひとつだけ?)
1998 "Anybody's Game"
1998 "Chance" (チャンス?)
1998 "Kōri no ue ni Tatsu yō ni"
1999 "Sayonara no Kakera" (さよならのかけら?)
1999 "Saitan Kyori de" (最短距離で?)
1999 "Kaze ga Soyogu Basho" (風がそよぐ場所?)
2000 "Anata ga Iru kara" (あなたがいるから?)
2000 "Kimi no Me niwa Utsuranai" (君の瞳には映らない?)
2001 "Love Gone"
2001 "Todomaru Koto no Nai Ai" (とどまることのない愛?)
2001 "Saigo no Toride" (さいごの砦?)
2001 "Aishiteru" (愛してる?)
2002 "Dance"
2002 "Mysterious Love"
2003 "Futari no Negai" (ふたりの願い?)
2003 "Watashi Sagashi" (私さがし?)
2003 "Tsubasa wa Nakutemo" (翼はなくても?)
2004 "Namida Kirari Tobase" (涙キラリ飛ばせ?)
2004 "Suna no Shiro" (砂のしろ?)
2004 "I~Dareka" (I~誰か?)
2005 "I Just Wanna Hold You Tight"
2005 "Anata Iro"
2005 "Koi ni Nare" (恋になれ?)

Albums[edit]

Original albums[edit]

Year Title Peak position
1997 Nazo 5
1998 Miho Komatsu 2nd: Mirai 3
2000 Miho Komatsu 3rd: Everywhere 5
2001 Miho Komatsu 4: A Thousand Feelings 9
2002 Miho Komatsu 5: Source 23
2003 Miho Komatsu 6th: Hanano 27
2005 Miho Komatsu 7: Prime Number 30
2006 Miho Komatsu 8: A Piece of Cake 35

Best albums[edit]

Year Title Peak position
2006 Miho Komatsu Best: Once More 21

Remix albums[edit]

Year Title Peak position
2002 Miho Komatsu "Wonderful World": Single Remixes and More 20

Ballad selection albums[edit]

Year Title Peak position
2003 Lyrics 45

Anime soundtracks[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1". 1. 
  2. ^ "Miho Komatsu". Sputnik Music. 
  3. ^ a b "Miho Komatsu Profile" (in Japanese). 
  4. ^ "氷の上に立つように" [Standing on Ice] (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2014-01-03. 

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