2004 MTV Video Music Awards Japan

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2004 MTV Video Music Awards Japan
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2004 logo.jpg
Date May 23, 2004
Location Tokyo Bay NK Hall, Urayasu, Chiba, Japan
Hosted by Tomomitsu Yamaguchi
Official website mtvjapan.com/mvaj
Television/Radio coverage
Network MTV Japan

The MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2004 were hosted by entertainer and singer Tomomitsu Yamaguchi at Tokyo Bay NK Hall in Urayasu, Chiba.


Winners are in bold text.[1]

Video of the Year[edit]

Missy Elliott — "Pass That Dutch"

Album of the Year[edit]

OutkastSpeakerboxxx/The Love Below

Best Male Video[edit]

Pharrell featuring Jay-Z — "Frontin'"

Best Female Video[edit]

Ayumi Hamasaki — "Because of You"

Best Group Video[edit]

Kick The Can Crew — "Saga Continue"

Best New Artist[edit]

Orange Range — "Shanghai Honey"

Best Rock Video[edit]

Good Charlotte — "The Anthem"

Best Pop Video[edit]

Ayumi Hamasaki — "No Way to Say"

Best R&B Video[edit]

Namie Amuro — "Put 'Em Up"

Best Hip-Hop Video[edit]

Zeebra — "Touch The Sky"

Best Dance Video[edit]

BoA — "Double"

Breakthrough Video[edit]

Mika Nakashima — "Love Addict"

Best Video from a Film[edit]

Pink featuring William Orbit — "Feel Good Time" (from Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle)

Best Collaboration[edit]

Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z — "Crazy in Love"

Best Live Performance[edit]

Ayumi Hamasaki

Best buzz ASIA[edit]


Namie Amuro — "Put 'Em Up"

South Korea[edit]

M — "Just One Night"


Leehom Wang — "Last Night"

Special awards[edit]

Best Director[edit]

The White Stripes — "The Hardest Button To Button" (directed by Michael Gondry)

Best Special Effects[edit]

The Chemical Brothers — "Get Yourself High" (Special Effects: Joseph Kahn)

Best Style[edit]

Mika Nakashima — "Kissing"

Best Website[edit]

Kick the Can Crew (www.kickthecancrew.com)

Most Impressive Performance[edit]

Mary J. Blige

Inspiration Award[edit]

Janet Jackson

Legend Award[edit]

Ozzy Osbourne

Live performances[edit]