Hiromi Ōta

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Hiromi Ōta (太田 裕美 Ōta Hiromi, born on January 20, 1955 in Kasukabe, Saitama Saitama Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese female singer. She is a popular singer who is considered an idol in Japan during the 1970s, and is thought to be representative of that era.[1] She also collaborated with the composer-musician Ayuo and the Japanese koto player Kazue Sawai singing a unique blend of New Age, Classical and traditional Eastern music. Her collaborations with Ayuo were also released in the US on the CD "Red Moon" on Tzadik label.

She debuted in 1974. In 1975, she released "木綿のハンカチーフ" Momen no handkerchief, which became her trademark song.

She got married in 1985. Her real name became Hiromi Fukuoka.(福岡弘美)

Recently, she often holds joint concerts with Shozo Ise and Masumi Ōno.


  1. 雨だれ (Amadare, 1974)
  2. たんぽぽ (Tampopo, 1975)
  3. 夕焼け (Yuyake) 
  4. 木綿のハンカチーフ (Momen no handkerchief)
  5. 赤いハイヒール (akai hi-heel, 1976)
  6. 最後の一葉 (Saigo no Hitoha) 
  7. しあわせ未満(Shiawase miman, 1977)
  8. 恋愛遊戯(renai Yuugi) 
  9. 九月の雨(Kugatsu no Ame)
  10. 恋人たちの100の偽り(Koibito tachi no 100 no Itsuwari)
  11. 失恋魔術師(Shitsurenmajyutsushi, 1978)
  12. ドール (Doll)
  13. 振り向けばイエスタデイ(Furimukeba Yesterday)
  14. 青空の翳り(Aozora no Kageri, 1979)
  15. シングル・ガール (Single girl)
  16. ガラスの世代 (Garasu no sedai)
  17. 南風 - SOUTH WIND - (Minamikaze, 1980)
  18. 黄昏海岸 (Tasogarekaigan)
  19. さらばシベリア鉄道 (Saraba Siberia Tetsudo)
  20. 恋のハーフムーン (Koi no halfmoon, 1981)
  21. 君と歩いた青春(Kimi to aruita seisyun) 
  22. ロンリィ・ピーポーII (Lonely PeopleⅡ, 1983)
  23. 満月の夜 君んちへいったよ(Mangetsu no youru Kiminchi e ittayo)  
  24. 青い実の瞳(Aoi mi no Hitomi, 1984)
  25. 雨の音が聞こえる (Ame no oto ga kikoeru)
  26. はじめてのラブレター(Hajimete no loveletter, 1993)
  27. Virginから始めよう(Virgin kara hajimeyo, 1994)
  28. ファーストレディになろう(Firstlady ni naro, 1996)
  29. パパとあなたの影ぼうし(Papa to Anata no Kabeboushi, 2001)


  1. ^ Eiji Otsuka - 2015 The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service: Book One Omnibus 1616557540 "Note that all four chapter titles in this volume are the names of songs by Hiromi Ota, a J-pop singer who had a popular debut in the 1970s. "

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