Miyoko Asada

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Miyoko Asada
Born February 15, 1956
Japan Tokyo, Japan

Miyoko Asada (浅田 美代子 Asada Miyoko?, born February 15, 1956) is a Japanese actress. She is a former pop idol. She is a high school dropout.

Biography[edit]

Miyoko Asada debuted as an idol in April of 1973 with the single "Akai Fuusen" (The Red Balloon), which sold over 800,000 copies and peaked at #1 on the Japanese Oricon chart list.[1][2] That same year she was nominated as Best Newcomer of the Year at the 15th Japan Record Awards,[2] but lost the title to Junko Sakurada.


Single discography[edit]

# Title Release Date/Chart Position
1 Akai Fuusen (赤い風船?)
Debut single
1973-04-21 (#1)
2 Hitorikko Amaekko (ひとりっ子甘えっ子?) 1973-07-21 (#10)
3 Watashino Yoimachigusa (わたしの宵待草?) 1973-10-05 (#11)
4 Koha Shinju Iro (恋は真珠いろ?) 1973-12-05 (#16)
5 Shiawaseno Ichiban Hoshi (しあわせの一番星?) 1974-03-01 (#7)
6 Niji No Kakehashi (虹の架け橋?) 1974-06-01 (#12)
7 Jaamatane (じゃあまたね?) 1974-08-21 (#17)
8 Omoide No Kafe Terasu (想い出のカフェテラス?)' 1974-12-21 (#-)
9 Shoujo Koiuta (少女恋唄?)
1975-03-01 (#-)
10 Kono Mune Nikono Kami Ni (この胸にこの髪に?) 1975-10-21 (#-)
11 Dyuetto Kae Uta MEDLEY (デュエット替え唄メドレー?) 1992-12-02 (#-)
12 Isshoninetsu (いっしょにねっ?) 1994-12-16 (#-)

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 長田, 暁二 (2002). 『歌謡曲おもしろこぼれ話』. 社会思想社. p. 213. ISBN 4390116495. 
  2. ^ a b "Article on Miyoko Asada on official Oricon page" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2016.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  3. ^ "Miyoko Asada Complete Listings". Cdjapan.co.jp. Retrieved 2012-10-01. 
  4. ^ The Sky Crawlers (2008-07-01). "Twitch". Twitchfilm.net. Retrieved 2012-10-01. 
  5. ^ "酵素飲料【ドリンク】で断食". Airuke-movie.com. Retrieved 2012-10-01. 

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