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Miki Matsubara(松原 みき?, Matsubara Miki) November 28, 1959 – October 7, 2004 was a Japanese singer, lyricist, and composer from Nishi-ku, Sakai, Japan.
She is known mainly as a pop singer by some hit songs like "Mayonaka no door", "Neat na gogo san-ji", "The Winner", among others. During her career, she has released 16 singles, 9 original albums. Despite her work being mainly domestic, she is well known outside of Japan as an anime singer and song writer. She also had some international work with Motown musician Dr.STRUT, in Los Angeles. On the other hand, she released a jazz cover album entitled "BLUE EYES".