Lama (Japanese band)

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GenresElectronic, pop rock, J-Pop
Years active2011–2012
LabelsKi/oon Records
Associated actsSupercar
Number Girl
Bloodthirsty Butchers
MembersMiki Furukawa
Kōji Nakamura
Hisako Tabuchi
Kensuke Ushio

Lama is a Japanese supergroup consisting of former Supercar members Kōji Nakamura and Miki Furukawa, along with Hisako Tabuchi and Kensuke Ushio.


The band was formed in 2011 and is made up of Koji Nakamura (Supercar, iLL, Nyantora), Miki Furukawa (Supercar), Hisako Tabuchi (Number Girl, Bloodthirsty Butchers, Toddle), and Kensuke Ushio (agraph).[1] They made their live debut at a show with Kimonos in April 2011. Their debut single "Spell" and released in August 2011, was used as the opening for the Fuji Television noitaminA anime television series, No. 6. They were also used for the closing theme of Fuji Television's noitaminA anime television series Un-Go with their third single "Fantasy/Cupid【期間生産限定盤】", released in October 2011.[2] , The "Parallel Sign" was used as the insert song for the anime series, Eureka Seven: AO. The band is signed with the Sony label Ki/oon Records, which Nakamura, Furukawa, and Ushio are also affiliated with as solo artists.