Shion Tsuji

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Shion Tsuji
Born (1990-01-10) 10 January 1990 (age 27)
Origin Yokohama, Japan
Genres J-Pop
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Guitar
Years active 2008–present
Labels DefStar Records
Victor Entertainment
(2016 – )

Shion Tsuji (辻詩音, Tsuji Shion) is a Japanese singer-songwriter. She is best known for her song "Sky Chord (Otona ni Naru Kimi e)," which was used as the 18th ending theme song for the anime Bleach.


Tsuji began writing lyrics in elementary school, and at 15 started playing the guitar. At this time, she starting composing music to set to the lyrics she had written at nine years of age. In order to pursue a career in music, she dropped out of high school in her first year. Half a year after this, she started performing at many different live houses, and at 17 recorded her first demo CD.[citation needed]

In November 2008, she debuted under DefStar Records with the single "Candy Kicks".



Year Album Information Oricon
2010 Catch! 31 2,000
2016 OH! MY MISTAKES! 161 -


Release Title Notes Chart positions Oricon
Oricon Singles Charts
Billboard Japan Hot 100
2008 "Candy Kicks" Count Down TV November opening theme. 85 9 1,500 Catch!
2009 "Sky Chord (Otona ni Naru Kimi e)" (Sky chord~大人になる君へ~, Becoming an Adult to You) Anime Bleach ending theme. 44 70 4,500
"M/elody" Anime Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 ending theme. 99 81 900
"Hoshii Mono" (ほしいもの, What I Want) Film Watashi Dasu wa theme song. 100 600
2010 "Hello Goodbye" (ハローグッバイ, Harō Gubbai) Radio single, variety show Duòmo May ending theme. 91


  1. ^ a b "辻詩音の関連リリース一覧". Oricon. Retrieved 2010-05-28. 
  2. ^ a b "オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」". Oricon. Retrieved 2010-05-28.  (subscription only)
  3. ^ "Hot 100|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN" (in Japanese). Billboard. 

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