Misato Watanabe

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Misato Watanabe
渡辺美里
Birth name 渡辺美里
Also known as Misato, Misatchan
Born (1966-07-12) 12 July 1966 (age 47)
Origin Kyoto, Japan
Genres J-Pop/J-Rock
Occupations Singer
Years active 1985–present
Labels Epic Records Japan
Website misatowatanabe.com

Misato Watanabe (渡辺 美里 Watanabe Misato?, born 12 July 1966)[citation needed] is a female Japanese popular music artist.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 'I'm Free' (2 May 1985)
  • 'Growin' Up' (25 August 1985)
  • 'Shinderu mitai ni Ikitaku nai (=Don't want to live like the dead)' (5 December 1985)
  • 'My Revolution' (12 January 1986)
  • 'Teenage Walk' (2 May 1986)
  • 'Long Night' (21 July 1986)
  • 'Believe' (22 October 1986)
  • 'It's Tough / Boys Cried (Ano toki kara kamo shirenai (=Perhaps from that time))' (2 May 1987)
  • 'Kanashii ne (=Sad, isn't it?)' (2 December 1987)
  • 'Koi shitatte Ii janai (=Love as I want to)' (21 April 1988)
  • 'Senchimentaru Kangarū (=Sentimental Kangaroo)' (21 July 1988)
  • 'Kimi no Yowasa (=Your weakness) / 10 years' (21 October 1988)
  • 'Mūnraito Dansu (=Moonlight Dance)' (1 June 1989)
  • 'Suki (=I love you)(Apricot Mix)' (1 September 1989)
  • 'Niji o Mitakai (=Have you ever seen the Rainbow?)' (21 October 1989)
  • 'Samãtaimu Burūsu (=Summertime Blues) / Boys kiss Girls' (12 May 1990)
  • 'Koi suru Pankusu (=Punks in Love)' (1 July 1990)
  • 'Home Planet – Chikyū koso Watashi no Ie (=The Earth is my home) -' (22 August 1990)
  • 'Power – Ashita no Kodomo (=Children of the future) -' (21 September 1990)
  • 'Sotsugyo(=Graduation)' (18 April 1991)
  • 'Natsu ga Kita! (=Summer has come!)' (21 June 1991)
  • 'Kurisumasu made Matenai (Yukidaruma Version) (=I can't wait until Christmas)' / Jump (Daimajin Version) (21 November 1991)
  • 'My Revolution -Dai 2 sho-(Chapter Two)' (22 April 1992)
  • 'Naichaisou dayo (=About to cry)' (10 June 1992)
  • 'Merī-gõ-rando (=Merry-Go-Round) / Aozora (=Blue Sky) (21 November 1992)
  • 'Itsuka Kitto (=Someday, surely)' (1 February 1993)
  • 'Big Wave Yatte kita (=All the way came the Big Wave)/ Sunao ni Nakeru Hi Waraeru Hi (=The days I could cry and laugh honestly)' (1 July 1993)
  • 'Manatsu no Santakurõsu (=Midsummer's Santa Claus)' (21 May 1994)
  • 'Cheri ga Mittsu Narabanai (=Three cherries going different ways)' (1 August 1994)
  • 'Sincerely' (1 February 1995)
  • 'Sekai de Ichiban Tōi Basho (=The farthest place in the world)' (1 June 1995)
  • 'My Love Your Love – Tatta Hitori sika inai Anata he (=To the one and only you)-' (17 June 1996)
  • 'Issho dane (=We will be together, won't we?)' (28 May 1997)
  • 'Natsu no Uta (=The Summer Song)' (30 July 1997)
  • 'Sugao (=Natural face)' (21 February 1998)
  • 'Taiyō wa Shitte iru (=Summer knows)' (20 June 1998)
  • 'Atarashii Hibi (=The new days) / Kurisumasu wa Dōsuru no (=What are you doing for Christmas?)' (21 November 1998)
  • 'Motto Toku he (=Further away) / Shinkokyū (=Deep breath)' (24 May 2000)
  • 'Araburu Mune no Shinbaru Narase (=Hit the cymbal of my careless heart)' (2 August 2000)
  • 'Natsuyaki Tamago (=The summer burning egg)' (18 July 2001)
  • 'Yasashiku Utatte (=Sing softly) – Killing me softly with his song -' (20 February 2002)
  • 'You – Atarashii Basho (=The new venue) – / Hana (=Flower) – Kono Boku de Ikite Yuku (=I'll live with this me) -' (24 April 2002)
  • '12 gatsu no Kamisama (=God of December)' (4 December 2002)
  • 'Doraemon no Uta (=The song of Doraemon)' (18 June 2003) – An opening song for Doraemon
  • 'Koyubi (=Little finger)' (16 July 2003)
  • 'Jũ no Himitsu (=10 Secrets)' (17 December 2003)
  • 'Tomato / No Side' (19 October 2005)
  • 'Onegai Taiyō – natsu no kiseki (=Please sun – The miracle (or footstep) of summer)' (21 June 2006)
  • 'Aoi Tori (=Blue bird)'[1] (27 September 2006)
  • 'Sono te o tsunaide (=Take that hand)' (14 March 2007)
  • 'yes' (6 February 2008)

Albums[edit]

DVD[edit]

  • Seibu Stadium Live History 1986 – 1999 – Sweet 15th Diamond Born 2000 - (19 July 2000)
  • Uta no Ki – Welcome (6 December 2000)
  • Misato Born Aug 1986 – Mar 1987 (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born II Aug 1987 – mar 1988 (21 November 2001)
  • Misato – sad songs born II special edition (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born III Flower bed from eZ the Movie (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born IV Ai to Kando no Cho-Seishun Live (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born V tokyo 1990 (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born special version misato clips (21 November 2001)
  • Ultra Misato born VI (21 November 2001)
  • Stadium Densetsu born VII (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born 8 Brand New Heaven (21 November 2001)
  • She loves you born 9 10th anniversary video collection 1985 – 1995 (21 November 2001)
  • Misato born 10 Free Spirits Tour (21 November 2001)
  • Jya Jya Uma Narashi Tour '02 (3 December 2003)
  • Stadium Legend forever 1986 – 2005 BORN FINAL (21 December 2005)
  • Misato Stadium Legend V20 saishusho No Side (21 June 2006)
  • Uta no ki gift box (29 November 2006)
  • Voice Ⅰ (18 July 2007)
  • Misato Matsuri 2006 (Blu-ray Disc) (5 December 2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Aoi Tori". (January 2007) Newtype USA. p. 120.

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