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  • Born

    13 January 1988

  • Born In

    Tokyo, Japan

  • Died

    16 February 2023 (aged 35)

Maon Kurosaki (黒崎真音) was a singer from Japan who debuted in 2010 under the Geneon Entertainment label. Her debut album was called H.O.T.D. All 12 tracks on the album were used as ending theme songs for the 12 episodes of the animated series "HIGHSCHOOL OF THE DEAD". She is also an idol, model, and member of "Dear Stage", a live music venue and bar in the Akihabara district of Tokyo.

Agency Art One Entertainment announced on Tuesday that singer Maon Kurosaki passed away suddenly on February 16 after a worsening of her chronic illness.

Kurosaki underwent emergency surgery for epidural hematoma (bleeding between the skull and the membrane surrounding the brain) in September 2021, after collapsing during the middle of a live-streamed concert earlier that month.

She died on February 16, 2023 following a period of declining health, after being diagnosed with an epidural hematoma in 2021.

On September 22, 2023, the day Kurosaki had debuted, a memorial event had been held with the name Maon Kurosaki Memorial Days Event "Future & Past", at Shirokane Takanawa Selene.

On September 30, 2023, a crowdfunding project was launched by Art One Entertainment to finish the documentary Maon Kurosaki: The Movie "If You Become Me That Day", which was scheduled to be released in Q2 2023, but was left in a state of uncertainty after Kurosaki's death. The documentary was aiming to follow the artist's path from the collapse in 2021, to the reemergence with the live event in July 31, 2022. To provide an insight into the film, a trailer was also released with the crowdfunding announcement, which was originally suggested by Kurosaki herself during a production meeting for the documentary.

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