Talk:Kenji Sawada

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Untitled[edit]

  • "Music Station" is a Japanese programme and the sales record that it distributed was come from Oricon.
  • He's already been called "Pioneer of Visual Kei" in some of the Japanese programmes, eg. SMAP×SMAP.

--Juliemania (talk) 01:56, 30 July 2008 (UTC)