January 11, 2012


Kyōsuke Himuro, born on October 7, 1960 in Takasaki, Gunma, is a Japanese singer. He was a member of the Japanese legendary rock group Boøwy from 1981 to 1988. Tomoyasu Hotei is the same band’s member. Now, he lives in Los Angeles, California. He purchased a palatial residence in Beverly Hills in 2004 which Shaquille O’Neal, basketball player, sold because of transference to another team. His nickname is “Himurock”. “Wild Romance” was used... Read More

January 1, 2011


BOØWY (pron: bóui) was a famous Japanese rock group consisting of kyosuke Himuro (vocals), Tomoyasu Hotei (guitar), Tsunematsu Matsui (bass) and Makoto takahashi (drums). They are a rock band that reached legendary status in Japan during the 80s. Their style of play varied from punk to pop rock and they had fans of all ages. The 90s band movement was credited to Boøwy as they popularized the formation of musical groups, which caused musical instrument sales to hit an all-time... Read More