Azumi Inoue

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Azumi Inoue (born February 10, 1965 in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese pop singer. She graduated from Yugakkan High School in Kanazawa. She is most well known for singing the opening and ending theme songs for the Hayao Miyazaki film My Neighbor Totoro: “Sanpo” and “My Neighbor Totoro”. She is known for having a clear, light voice.

Inoue has performed a large number of radio dramas themes, anime theme songs, and anime insert songs, including the following:
Carrying You (Kimi wo Nosete) (1986, Laputa: Castle in the Sky)
My Neighbor Totoro ( Tonari no Totoro) (1988, My Neighbor Totoro)
Stroll (Sanpo) (1988, My Neighbor Totoro)
Changing Seasons (Meguru Kisetsu) (1989, Kiki’s Delivery Service)
I Can’t Allow the Loneliness ( Kanashimi ga Yurusenai) (1989, Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor)
Little Witch Lullaby (Chiisa na Majo no Komoriuta) (1992–1993, Yadamon)
Let’s Fly Yadamon ( Rettsu Furai Yadamon) (1992–1993, Yadamon)
The Earth in My Sight ( Hitomi no Naka no Chikyū) (1992–1993, Yadamon)
Swirling Sakura Dance (Sakura, Mau) (February–March 1992, Minna no Uta)
Let’s Go Searching!! (Sagashi ni Yukō yo!!) (Suki Suki Kisugon)
The Color of Wind within My Hands (Te no Hira no Kaze no Iro) (image song for TV Kanazawa)
Song of Happiness: Strolling with the Wind ( Shiawase no Uta: Kaze to Osanpo) (August–September 2006, Minna no Uta)

Official Website: http://www.doremi-net.co
Twitter: https://twitter.com/inoueazumi
Blog: http://lineblog.me/azumi_yuyu/

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