2008 MTV Video Music Awards Japan

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2008 MTV Video Music Awards Japan
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Date May 31, 2008
Location Saitama Super Arena, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Hosted by Cyril
Official website mtvjapan.com/mvaj
Television/radio coverage
Network MTV Japan

The 2008 MTV Video Music Awards Japan were held on Saturday, May 31 at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.

Awards[edit]

Winners are in bold text.

Video of the Year[edit]

Exile — "I Believe"

Album of the Year[edit]

ExileExile Love

Best Male Video[edit]

Ne-Yo — "Because of You"

Best Female Video[edit]

Fergie — "Big Girls Don't Cry"

Best Group Video[edit]

M-Flo Loves Emi Hinouchi, Ryohei, Emyli, Yoshika and Lisa — "Love Comes and Goes"

Best New Artist[edit]

Motohiro Hata — "Uroko"

Best Rock Video[edit]

Radwimps — "Order Made"

Best Pop Video[edit]

Avril Lavigne — "Girlfriend"

Best R&B Video[edit]

Ne-Yo - "Because of You"

Best Hip-Hop Video[edit]

Soulja Boy - "Crank That"

Best Reggae Video[edit]

Shōnan no Kaze — "Suirenka"

Best Dance Video[edit]

The Chemical Brothers — "Do It Again"

Best Video From a Film[edit]

Hikaru Utada — "Beautiful World" (from Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone)

Best Collaboration[edit]

Kumi Koda featuring TVXQ — "Last Angel"

Best Karaokee! Song[edit]

Exile — "Toki no Kakera"

Red Hot Award[edit]

Infinity 16

Best buzz ASIA[edit]

Japan[edit]

AI — "I'll Remember You"

  • AAA — "Mirage"
  • Double — "Spring Love"
  • Micro — "Hana Uta"
  • DJ Ozma — "Tokyo Boogie Back"

South Korea[edit]

Cherry Filter — "Feel It"

  • Clazziquai — "Robotica"
  • JYP — "Kiss"
  • Leessang — "Ballerino"
  • T — "Did You Forget"

Taiwan[edit]

Andy Lau — "One"

  • Eason Chan — "Long time no see"
  • Jay Chou — "Cowboy On The Run"
  • Wang Leehom — "Falling Leaf Returns to Root"
  • Soda green — "Incomparable Beauty"

Special awards[edit]

MTV Video Vanguard Award[edit]

Mariah Carey

MTV Rock The World Award[edit]

Takeshi Kobayashi and Kazutoshi Sakurai

Live performances[edit]

Red carpet live[edit]

Guest celebrities[edit]