Miho Aoki (青木美保) is an enka singer from Kumamoto, Japan. Aoki was discovered by fellow enka singer Hiroshi Itsuki (五木ひろし) in 1982, and released her début single, "Jinsei zammai" (「人生三昧」) in 1984. Aoki had her breakthrough the following year with a version of "Aishū kaikyū" (「哀愁海峡」), originally a hit for Hiroko Ogi (扇ひろ子). Her best-selling single so far was 1989's "Onna no yogisha" (「女の夜汽車」), which together with "Yume ichirin" (「夢一輪」), and "Keshō" (「化粧」) are considered her signature songs.
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