33rd Japan Record Awards

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33rd Japan Record Awards
Date December 31, 1991
Venue Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
Hosted by Akira Fuse, Junichi Ishida, Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, Fumio Yamamoto (TBS)
Television/radio coverage
Network Japan News Network
Japan Radio Network

The 33rd Annual Japan Record Awards (第33回日本レコード大賞, Dai Sanjū-san Kai Nihon Rekōdo Taishō) took place at the Nippon Budokan in Chiyoda, Tokyo, December 31, 1991, starting at 7:00PM JST. The primary ceremonies were broadcast in Japan by TBS/JNN/JRN.

Award winners[edit]

Pops and Rock[edit]

Japan Record Award[edit]

  • KAN for "Ai wa Katsu"

Best Vocalist Award[edit]

  • Aska for "Hajimari wa itsumo ame"

Best New Artist Award[edit]

  • Mi-Ke for "Omoide no Kujūkuri-hama"

Best Album Award[edit]

Gold disc Award (Nomination for the Japan Record Award)[edit]

New Artist Award (Nomination for the Best New Artist Award)[edit]

Album Award[edit]

Best Album / New Artist Award[edit]

  • ORIGINAL LOVE for "LOVE!LOVE! & LOVE!"

Special Award[edit]

Composition Award[edit]

  • ASKA for "SAY YES","Hajimari wa itsumo ame" (vo.:ASKA)

Arrangement Award[edit]

Lyrics Award[edit]

  • Kyōko Koizumi for "Anata ni aete yokatta" (vo.:Kyōko Koizumi)

Planning Award[edit]

Best Foreign Artist[edit]

Enka and Kayōkyoku[edit]

Japan Record Award[edit]

Best Vocalist[edit]

Best New Artist[edit]

  • Jun Karaki for "Yasegaman"

Best Album Award[edit]

Gold disc Award (Nomination for the Japan Record Award)[edit]

  • Kaori Kozai for "Haguresō"
  • Saburo Kitajima for "Kita no daichi"
  • Kye Eun-Sook for "Kanashimi no hōmonsya"

New Artist Award (Nomination for the Best New Artist Award)[edit]

  • Jun Karaki for "Yasegaman"
  • Shijimi to Sazae for "Monomane Omoide no Kujūkuri-hama"

Album Award[edit]

  • Mitsuko Nakanura for "Shiawase zake"
  • Takao Horiuchi for "GENTS"
  • Hitoshi Ueki for "Sūdara-Densetsu"

Composition Award[edit]

  • Syōsuke Ichikawa for "Koi banka" (vo.:Natsuko Godai)

Arrangement Award[edit]

  • Eiji Kawamura for "Kanashimi no hōmonsya" (vo.:Kye Eun-Sook)

Lyrics Award[edit]

  • Takashi Taka for "Hinokuni no onna" (vo.:Fuyumi Sakamoto)

Planning Award[edit]

  • Miyako Otsuki for "Hashi-monogatari Jissyō"
  • Jirō Sugita for "Love Letter" (composed by Tadashi Yoshida)

Achievement Award[edit]

Lifetime Achievement Award[edit]

Special Award[edit]

Hibari Misora Award[edit]

References[edit]

See also[edit]

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