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bless4

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bless4


bless4 is a musical and dance group consisting of the four Kawamitsu siblings (2 brothers and 2 sisters): AKASHI (born January 29, 1982) - the older brother, oldest sibling and the only one born in Okinawa, Japan. He moved with his parents to Utah when he was 9 months old. KANASA (born May 2, 1984) - the older sister. AKINO (born December 31, 1989) - the younger sister. She also performs as a solo artist under the name AKINO from bless4 and is best known for singing the theme songs to the Sousei no Aquarion anime series. Read more on Last.fm
bless4 is a musical and dance group consisting of the four Kawamitsu siblings (2 brothers and 2 sisters): AKASHI (born January 29, 1982) - the older brother, oldest sibling and the only one born in Okinawa, Japan. He moved with his parents to Utah when he was 9 months old. KANASA (born May 2, 1984) - the older sister. AKINO (born December 31, 1989) - the younger sister. She also performs as a solo artist under the name AKINO from bless4 and is best known for singing the theme songs to the Sousei no Aquarion anime series. Douglas AIKI (born October 29, 1991) - known simply as AIKI, he is the younger brother and youngest Kawamitsu sibling. Like AKINO, he also performs as a solo artist, and has written a comic book as well as a novel titled "Heart Prints〜命の花〜" (Inochi no Hana, the flower of life), written about a friend who died from a drug overdose. While growing up in the United States they all practiced tae kwon do, and their first performances for a public audience were as the "Flying Dragons", a martial arts group they formed with friends of various nationalities they met through tae kwon do.

The Flying Dragons performed at schools and community events, and occasionally their performances were televised. The family moved back to Okinawa, Japan in 1997 and were inspired by the likes of The Backstreet Boys, N'SYNC and Britney Spears, who were popular in Okinawa at the time, to take up singing and dancing together. After a few years they were scouted and moved to Tokyo, where they debuted from BMG in May 2003 with the song "Good Morning! Mr. Sunshine".

They have made numerous television appearances, including on the Disney Channel and NHK's widely viewed end-of-year program Kouhaku Utagassen. The members of bless4 currently live in Kawasaki, Japan and are members of the Mormon church. Singles 2003.05.07 - Good Morning! Mr. Sunshine (Theme song for Fuji TV's Major League Baseball 2003) 2003.08.06 - Hashire! Kiseki (走れ!奇跡) 2004.02.25 - Gajumaru no shita de (ガジュマルの下で, Theme song for Sato's "Sutona") - only released in Okinawa 2004.10.23 - Gajumaru no shita de 2005.01.19 - 123 (Used on NHK's "minna no uta") 2007.07 - Kizuna no Hana (Theme song for Shima Summit) Albums 2005.02.02 - ALL 4 ONE 2011.01.21 - Yumetsumugi (夢つむぎ, "Dreamweaving") Official Site bless4.jp Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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