Aiko Kayō

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Aiko Kayō
Native name 嘉陽 愛子
Born (1985-12-11) December 11, 1985 (age 29)
Origin Kanagawa Prefecture
Genres Japanese Pop
Occupation(s) Actress, singer, voice actress
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2003 ~ present
Labels Avex Trax
Associated acts Kingyo
Website www.fit-fan.co.jp/artist/kayo/index.html

Aiko Kayō (嘉陽 愛子 Kayō Aiko?, born December 11, 1985) is a Japanese idol, singer, and actress. She has released 12 singles and 2 albums on the Avex Trax label in Japan. She has also performed with the musical units Kingyo (金魚?) and A Girls.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album type Release date Title
Studio March 1, 2006 Dolce
June 6, 2007 Pop

Girl's Box albums[edit]

Album type Release date Title
Compilation March 16, 2005 Girl's Box: Best Hits Compilation
July 13, 2005 Girl's Box: Best Hits Compilation Summer
November 30, 2005 Girl's Box: Best Hits Compilation Winter

Singles[edit]

Release date Title Notes
December 10, 2003 "Hitomi no Naka no Meikyū" (瞳の中の迷宮?) Opening song for the anime series Yami to Bōshi to Hon no Tabibito.
April 14, 2004 "Aishite ne Motto" (愛してね♥もっと?) Ending song for the anime series Tenjho Tenge. B-side "Eyes" was the ending song for the TV drama Eko Eko Azarak: Me.
November 17, 2004 "Fantasy"
November 25, 2004 "Ienai Kotoba" (いえないコトバ ?) Ending song for anime series Samurai Gun.
December 1, 2004 "Ring!Ring!!Ring!!!"
December 8, 2004 "Traveller"
May 25, 2005 "Kokoro no Wakusei (Little Planets)" First ending song for the anime series The Law of Ueki.
July 27, 2005 "Kanojo wa Gokigen Naname"
January 25, 2006 "Hold on to Love" Main theme song for the online game Emil Chronicle Online.
August 23, 2006 "Home Made Star: Aiko Kayō no Theme" (☆HOME MADE STAR☆~嘉陽愛子のテーマ~?) Seiga's image song in the online game Emil Chronicle Online.
November 15, 2006 "Cosmic Cosmetics"
April 4, 2007 "Yūki no Chikara" (勇気のチカラ ?) Opening and ending song for PlayStation 2 game Shijō Saikyō no Deshi Kenichi: Gekitō! Ragnarok Hachikengō

Collaborative singles[edit]

Release date Title
December 1, 2004 "2nd X'mas featuring dream+SweetS+Aiko Kayō"
November 16, 2005 "3rd X'mas featuring dream+Nao Nagasawa+Sweets+Nanase Hoshī+Aiko Kayō+Paradise Go!! Go!!+Michi Saitō"


Photobooks[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pretty Private 嘉陽愛子". Kadokawa Shoten (in Japanese). Retrieved 5 September 2014. 

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