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Toshiko Koshijima at the release party for "Player", at Studio Partita, March 26, 2010
|Birth name||Toshiko Koshijima
|Also known as||Koshiko [fan nickname]
(こしこ) [written in Hiragana]
March 3, 1980 |
Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
|Labels||Contemode (former), Warner|
Toshiko Koshijima (こしじま としこ Koshijima Toshiko?, born March 3, 1980 in Kanazawa, Ishikawa) is a Japanese recording artist. Along with composer, record producer and DJ Yasutaka Nakata, she is a lead vocalist of the electronica band Capsule, which they formed in 1997 when both were 17. Their formal debut came in 2001 with the release of the single "Sakura". Two more singles and their debut album, High Collar Girl, followed the same year.
Koshijima has worked exclusively as part of Capsule since the group's inception, acting as lead vocalist for all of the band's fifteen albums to date.
- Capsule official website (Japanese)