E-girls (イー・ガールズ) is a Japanese collective pop girl group consisting of 20 members from 3 girl groups and 2 other members: Dream, Happiness, Flower, Ishii Anna and Yamaguchi Nonoka. Members: Dream (ドリーム):
- 高本彩 (Takamoto Aya) (E-girls' Leader)
- 西田静香 (Nishida Shizuka) (Dream's leader)
There are 6 other musical entities who have called themselves Flower: 1.) A Japanese girl group.
2) A female disco singer from the 70's .
3) A South Korean rock band (플라워).
4) A House DJ from the Czech Republic.
Folder 5 (Japan) was a spinoff group from another J-pop group, Folder, also signed to Avex trax. Along with the five girls, Folder also had two male members, Daichi and Joe. When Daichi and Joe left the group due to puberty, Folder became Folder 5. In 2000 they released their first single, "Supergirl".
There are 2 artists named shela: 1) shela is a Japanese singer signed to Avex who debuted in 1999. She sang theme songs for the anime Hikaru no GO and One Piece. Her 13th single, Dear my friends / Fly away, was released in 2005.
SweetS was a Japanese idol group. Kashiwagi Akiko (born 1990.8.24), 吉村綾花 (Yoshimura Ayaka) (born 1990.9.22), Takewa Haruna (born 1991.4.23), Iwasaki Mai (born 1991.10.1) & 瀧本美織 (Takimoto Miori) (born 1991.10.16) are five young girls who were chosen during the 2002/2003 Avex Audition. They competed against several thousand participants for the chance to be in a dance & vocal performance unit.
愛内里菜 (Rina Aiuchi), born July 31, 1980, is a popular music singer from Higashiōsaka, Osaka, Japan. She writes her own lyrics to her songs. She is currently affiliated with the GIZA studio recording label.
Every Little Thing (ELT to fans) were formed in 1996 by Igarashi Mitsuru, then a producer at Japanese record label Avex Trax. It originally was a three-piece group consisting of Igarashi, Itou Ichiro and Mochida Kaori. Their debut album, everlasting reached #1 and sold over 2 million copies throughout Japan. Following that, their second album, Time to Destination ended up selling over 3.
A three-piece group from Japan, day after tomorrow consists of a female vocalist, guitarist and keyboardist, with the latter two taking charge of the songwriting. The vocalist, misono, is actually the sister of 倖田來未 (Koda Kumi).
Nami Tamaki (玉置成実, born June 1, 1988 in Wakayama, Japan) is a Japanese pop singer. Her songs are generally very upbeat and supported with a strong dance choreography as can be seen from her music videos. Her career took off when she was selected out of 5,000 people in the Sony Music Audition of 2001 to get a chance to start a musical career.