January 17, 2017

PORNOGRAFFITTI’s First Show in Taiwan

PORNOGRAFFITTI is going to have a solo show titled “PORNOGRAFFITTI “ at Legacy Taipei on March 25th . PORNOGRAFFITTI has been looking into Asian Market, performing at “SUPER SLIPPA 2016 TAIPEI SUPER SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL “ held in Taiwan in 2016, and collaborating with Mayday. This is their first solo show in Taiwan. The tickets will be out at 11 AM on February 12th in Taiwan at a ticketing website Fami Ticket. The show title “色情塗鴉” is their band name written... Read More

August 10, 2016

PornoGraffitti Performed for 15,000 Enthusiastic Fans in Taiwan

SUPER SLIPPA is an annual event held in Taipei Taiwan, held by B’in Music, to which Asian super band Mayday is signed. The event drew 30,000 audience in 2015 and has become one of the major events in Asia. This year, a major rock band in Japan, Porno Graffiti joined the event. Also, they made the first appearance as a Japanese artist on Taiwanese music show “全球中文音樂榜上榜 “ on TVBS. The played “Apollo” and the new song “THE DAY”, giving a solid... Read More

June 21, 2013

PORNOGRAFFITTI’s First-Ever Overseas Show!

PORNOGRAFFITTI will be participating as Guests of Honor at Anime Expo 2013 in Los Angeles which will be taking place July 4 ~7. PORNOGRAFFITTI’s first ever overseas headliner show will take place on Saturday, July 6 at Club Nokia. To mark this special occasion, PORNOGRAFFITTI will be digitally releasing two of their “best” albums, “PORNO GRAFFITTI BEST RED’S” and “PORNO GRAFFITTI BEST BLUE’S” in the U.S. Widely recognized to the U.S. fanbase for their tie-ins... Read More

January 1, 2011


It was in 1992 that Akihito, Haruichi and Tama met each other. They exchanged ideas and created the band in 1994. Their first concert took place at the Umeda Banana Hall in Osaka (where they all grew up) in front of 30 people. They later recorded their first demotape, which fell into the lap of a certain Sony representative. He didn’t offer them a record deal, but told them that they had a lot of potential and that more concerts were what was needed to break into the music scene.... Read More