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Yōko Aramaki

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Also known as  Makitaso Atan
Years active  2005–present
Website  www.makizm.com
Role  Singer
Genres  Session musician, Karaoke
Occupation(s)  Singer Impressionist
Labels  CPC Records
Name  Yoko Aramaki
Record label  CPC RECORDS
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Born  January 14, 1981 (age 34) Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, Japan (1981-01-14)
Similar People  Ryuji Aoki, Yuki Katsuragi, Ayano Fukuda, Miracle Hikaru, Twotone Aoki

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Yōko Aramaki (荒牧 陽子, Aramaki Yōko) (January 14, 1981 - ) is a Japanese singer and impressionist connected to the K-Dash-associated office Peach. She is a graduate of Shujitsu High School. While she aimed to become a singer since childhood, she is also trained in piano and enka. In November 2012, she announced she would take a break from singing to recuperate.

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Impression repertoire

  • Christina Aguilera
  • Aiko
  • Hiroko Akutsu (Mihimaru GT)
  • Miki Asakura
  • Megumi Asaoka
  • Kim Carnes
  • Karen Carpenter (The Carpenters)
  • Chara
  • Naomi Chiaki
  • Hitomi Furuya
  • Miguel Guerreiro
  • Chitose Hajime
  • Ayumi Hamasaki
  • Ayaka Hirahara
  • Eri Hiramatsu
  • Kōmi Hirose
  • Sayuri Ishikawa
  • Mayumi Itsuwa
  • Hiromi Iwasaki
  • Yoshimi Iwasaki
  • La Toya Jackson
  • Miliyah Kato
  • Yuki Katsuragi
  • Sachiko Kobayashi
  • Kumi Kōda
  • Rumiko Koyanagi
  • Yuki Koyanagi
  • Lady Gaga
  • Cyndi Lauper
  • Bette Midler
  • Yōko Minamino
  • Misia
  • Hibari Misora
  • Kaori Mochida (Every Little Thing)
  • Chisato Moritaka
  • Miyuki Nakajima
  • Akina Nakamori
  • Ayumi Nakamura
  • Rimi Natsukawa
  • Kana Nishino
  • Maki Ōguro
  • Chihiro Onitsuka
  • Ai Ōtsuka
  • Diana Ross
  • Fuyumi Sakamoto
  • Mayu Sakura
  • Ringo Sheena
  • Hiroko Shimabukuro (Speed)
  • Britney Spears
  • Yoshimi Tendō
  • Dionne Warwick
  • Junko Yagami
  • Linda Yamamoto
  • Kumiko Yamashita
  • Aki Yashiro
  • Kiyoe Yoshioka (Ikimono-gakari)
  • Saori Yuki
  • Songs

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    Flower RingThird Ensemble: Rouge · 2010
    Mighty Guypop'n music 20 fantasia Original Soundtrack · 2012
    Power GameGuitarFreaksV5 & DrumManiaV5 Rock to Infinity Music Selection · 2008

    References

    Yōko Aramaki Wikipedia


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