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We would like to introduce those who have worked together to create the music for ReversiRobo.

Chiharu Tamaki

Chiharu Tamaki

Chiharu was born in Hiroshima Prefecture in 1980. She is not only a singer-songwriter, but also a host mother. Starting as an actress, she appeared in many TV commercials, movies, and TV shows. Eventually she turned into a singer-songwriter. Currently, she works in a variety of areas. She not only produces music for movies and TV dramas, provides songs to commercials, and creates sound sources for Smartphone GAME applications, but also appears on TV commercials and narrates. more...

Her first single, Hari to Hamon, was released in 2008. Its paired song, Shinkainohamon, was chosen as a theme song for the movie, Irezumi-Seouonna. Rinne, a paired song with the second single, Kimiga Aino Tane, was selected as an ending theme for one of Communication Satellite (CS) TV programs.
A mini album, Kokoni Irukoto, was released in February of 2011. One of the songs from the album, Kokoni Irukoto, was a theme song for the TV show Pictures of Hiroshima~Traces of the Showa Era~ that was produced to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the History Channel. She also appears in this show.

Being born in Hiroshima, Chiharu is quite conscious about peace activities. Concurrently being a musician, she has been a host mother who supports foreign students from Asia, with the objective of “Social and Peace actions within one’s capacity.” So far, 17 foreign students have successfully completed their studies while they lived with her and have left to seek their fortunes. She has appeared in peace events and seminars nationwide, has written columns and books, and has increasingly been asked to give speeches to local bodies and colleges.
Since the fall of 2011, she lectures about cross-cultural exchange that she learned from her own experiences as a host mother at Yasuda Women’s University (Hiroshima) as a part-time instructor.

She received credit for these activities and was selected as one of a hundred celebrities who engage in international activities by Nantokashinakya! Project-5.5 billion of those whom we cannot overlook, the organization that is promoted by the Japan Overseas Cooperation Agency (JICA).

Official Site : Chiharu Tamaki

facebook : Chiharu Tamaki

Daisuke Kan

Daisuke Kan

Started with playing an acoustic guitar, Daisuke has participated in various recording and live performances as an electric guitarist, a drummer, a bassist, a pianist, a harmonica player, a computer-based music player and a music arranger. For his own musical works, he plays, arranges, and records music all by himself. He creates genre-straddling music, from standard to experimental.

Official Site: Kan Daisuke.com

piano trio Chou-Chou

piano trio chou-chou

This trio was formed by Alumni of Kunitachi College of Music.
Since 2003, Satoko Matsuoka (violin), Miyako Kira (cello), and Hanako Shigematsu (piano), have performed in various group forms, including being solo musicians.
From the spring of 2009 onward, the current trio performs as “piano trio chou-chou.”
The trio plays live performances at these locations:

  • Tokyo Marubiru Marunouch oazo
  • Kobe Chicken George
  • Ginza Apple Store
  • Asagaya good morning lala


What does chou-chou mean?
From a play on words from the French language, chou-chou is interpreted as ‘my favorite.’
Originally started from the word cabbage (chou). From there people interpreted the word as wrapping valuable things by cabbage, and eventually the meaning of the word turned to be ‘my favorite.’
We chose this name with our wishes that we could be one of our audiences’ favorites, and that our music could inspire our audiences even if only just a little bit.

Official Site : Piano_trio_chou-chou