Tokyo Jihen

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Tokyo Jihen

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Japanese name: 東京事変
Date of creation: 2003
Origin: Japan
Genres: Experimental rock, avant-pop, acid jazz
Years active: 2004-2012
2019-present
Labels: Virgin Music (2004-2012)
Universal Music (2019-present)
Website: tokyojihen.com

Tokyo Jihen (東京事変 Tōkyō Jihen?), also known as Tokyo Incidents, is a Japanese rock band formed by Ringo Sheena, after leaving her solo career. The band's debut single "Gunjō Biyori" was released in September 2004, and they ended activities in February 2012. The band sold 2.3 million albums, singles, and DVDs. The band reunited and released a new single on January 1, 2020.

Members[edit]

  • Ringo Sheena (椎名 林檎 Shiina Ringo?) (Vocals, Guitar)
  • Seiji Kameda (亀田 誠治 Kameda Seiji?) (Bass)
  • Toshiki Hata (刄田 綴色 Hata Toshiki?) (Drums)
  • Ukigumo (浮雲 Ukigumo?) (Guitar, Chorus)
  • Ichiyō Izawa (伊澤 一葉 Izawa Ichiyō?) (Keyboard, Guitar, Chorus)

Former Members[edit]

  • H Zett M (H是都M H ZETT M?) (2003-2005)
  • Mikio Hirama (晝海 幹音 Hirama Mikio?) (2003-2005)

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