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Japan (2001 – 2008)

Tsukiko Amano (天野月子) is a Japanese singer-songwriter, illustrator, and guitarist in the rock and pop genres. She debuted in 2001 and is perhaps best known for her 2003 song (Chô), the ending theme of the video game Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly and her 2005 song (Koe), the ending theme of the video game Fatal Frame III: The Tormented. Interestingly, many of her albums are named after Western actors and actresses. In 2007 she formed a short-lived musical unit A LUNCH with クーロン and やっすん83.

In 2008, she announced that she would be suspending her singing career to hone her artistic talents on other art forms such as illustrations. She officially changed her name to Tsuki Amano (天野月) in 2009, and restarted musical activities in 2010 under this new name.


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