Miwa Yoshida

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Miwa Yoshida
Native name 吉田 美和
Born (1965-05-06) 6 May 1965 (age 51)
Ikeda, Hokkaido, Japan
Genres Pop, new wave, jazz, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1988–present
Labels Universal Music Japan (as Dreams Come True),
DCT records (solo),
Toshiba EMI (Funk The Peanuts)
Associated acts Masato Nakamura, Dreams Come True, Rinko Urashima (as Funk The Peanuts), Misia
Website www.dctgarden.com/MIWA/index.html

Miwa Yoshida (吉田 美和, Yoshida Miwa?, born 6 May 1965 in Ikeda, Hokkaido) is a Japanese musician, and the lead singer for the band Dreams Come True.

Yoshida also fronts a Dreams Come True side-project called "Funk the Peanuts", and has released two solo albums, Beauty and Harmony and Beauty and Harmony 2. Both albums took their name from the English translation of the name Miwa.

Life and music career[edit]

In 2004, Yoshida married videographer Ken Sueda, who had shot several of Dreams Come True's Wonderland concert videos. Sueda died in 2007 of brain cancer, and it came out at the time that the marriage was never officially recorded.[1]

In March 2012, she announced that she had married Juon Kamata, the lead singer of the Japanese rock band Fuzzy Control.[2]



  • Namida no Mangekyō (涙の万華鏡, Kaleidoscope of Tears?) -m.yo mix- (6 May 2003)


  • Beauty and Harmony (18 December 1995)
  • Beauty and Harmony 2 (6 May 2003)


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