Genki Hitomi

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Genki Hitomi
Born (1957-10-01) October 1, 1957 (age 60)
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres Rock/Heavy metal
Occupation(s) Vocalist
Associated acts Vow Wow

Genki Hitomi (人見 元基, Hitomi Genki) (born Noriaki Hitomi, October 1, 1957 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese singer who is best known as the lead vocalist of Japanese heavy metal band Vow Wow in the 1980s.[1]


Hitomi started his career as a singer when he was a student of TUFS. Then he formed Noiz with the members of Carmen Maki & OZ. Noiz released their first album in 1983, but they soon broke up.[when?]

In 1984, Hitomi joined Bow Wow, and the band was renamed to Vow Wow. Vow Wow released six studio albums and broke up in 1990. After that, Hitomi became a high school teacher.


  1. ^ "Biography-Vow Wow". MusicMight. Retrieved 21 February 2010.