Miki Furukawa

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Miki Furukawa
Origin Hachinohe, Aomori, Japan
Genres Rock, pop, electropop
Years active 1995–present
Labels BMG Japan
Ki/oon Records
(2009, 2014–present)
Associated acts Supercar, Kōji Nakamura, Lama

Miki Furukawa (古川 美季 Furukawa Miki?, professionally written as フルカワミキ) (born February 19, 1979) is a Japanese musician. From 1995 to 2005 she was the bass player and vocalist of the indie rock band Supercar.[1] She released her first solo record in 2006.


Originating from Aomori Prefecture, Miki Furukawa placed an advertisement in a local magazine seeking fellow musicians in 1995, leading to the formation of the rock band Supercar. After a successful, ten-year career, Supercar disbanded in 2005 in order for the members to pursue different interests.

In 2006 Furukawa released her first solo album, Mirrors, featuring a mixture of guitar-based rock songs and electronic dance-pop. Bondage Heart (2008) pointed in a new direction, with heavy influences from post-punk, psychedelic rock and noise, whereas Very (2010) was a mostly electropop-oriented record. In December 2009, software developer AH Software used voice samples from Furukawa to create the Vocaloid voice library SF-A2 Miki. In 2011, Miki Furukawa and former Supercar bandmate Nakamura Koji formed the band called Lama. Lama jump-started their formation with a single entitled "Spell", which has been used as an opening theme for the anime No. 6. The single "Fantasy" was used as the ending theme for the anime Un-Go.



  • "Coffee & SingingGirl!!!" (June 21, 2006)
  • "Psycho America" (March 21, 2007)
  • "Candy Girl" (February 20, 2008)
  • "Saihate" (December 2, 2009)


  • Mirrors (July 19, 2006)
  • Bondage Heart (April 23, 2008)
  • Bondage Heart Remixes (May 13, 2009)
  • Very (February 17, 2010)
  • Moshi Moshi, Kikoemasuka? (April 2, 2014)


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