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Hiroshi Itsuki

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Birth name  Kazuo Matsuyama
Role  Singer
Occupation(s)  Singer, Composer
Spouse  Yuko Kazu (m. 1989)
Years active  1965–Present
Genres  Enka, Pop music
Name  Hiroshi Itsuki

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Also known as  Masaru Matsuyama (1965-1967) Eiichi Ichijo (1967-1968) Ken Mitani (1969-1971)
Born  March 14, 1948 (age 67) Fukui Prefecture, Japan (1948-03-14)
Labels  Tokuma Japan Communications
Albums  Best Selection: Yokohama Tasogare, 夜空, 細雪
Awards  Japan Record Award for Planning, Japan Record Award for Special Popular Music
Similar People  Shinichi Mori, Yuko Kazu, Sayuri Ishikawa, Harumi Miyako, Aki Yashiro

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Hiroshi Itsuki (五木ひろし, Itsuki Hiroshi, born March 14, 1948) is a Japanese singer and composer. As of 1987, he had sold 20 million singles and 4 million LP albums.


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Itsuki is usually regarded as an enka singer, but he has also released a cover version of Southern All Stars' J-pop song "Tsunami".

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In 1965, Itsuji debuted under the stage name "Masaru Matsuyama," but did not initially achieve commercial success. Although he changed his stage name to "Eiichi Ichijō" in 1967, and then to "Ken Mitani" in 1969, there was no improvement in his music's commercial sales. In 1971, he changed his name to "Hiroshi Itsuki" and was given the song "Yokohama Tasogare" (よこはま・たそがれ) by Masaaki Hirao. Written by lyricist Yoko Yamaguchi, "Yokohama Tasogare" reached the top of the Oricon weekly single chart.

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His 2006 single "Takasebune" debuted at number 9 on the Oricon charts, becoming his first Top 10 single in 22 years, since his 1984 single "Nagaragawa Enka". In 2008, he was featured in Morning Musume's Cover You album. He sang "Izakaya" with Ai Takahashi. Also in 2008, he collaborated with the girl group Cute, letting them record the song "Edo no Temari Uta", he himself was planning to include in his end-of-year album. Cute's producer Tsunku liked the song and thought that if performed by girls the enka lyrics will sound like "a modern fairytale". In what was called a collaboration by Tsunku and a rivalry between two performers by Sankei Sports, they both released the song as CD singles, Cute on July 30, and Itsuki as his 132nd single on October 22. Cute's version, entitled "Edo no Temari Uta II", was nominated for the main Japan Record Award of 2008, which also meant receiving a Gold Award from the Japan Composer's Association.

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