KinKi Kids

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KinKi Kids is a Japanese duo consisting of Koichi Domoto and Tsuyoshi Domoto under the talent agency Johnny & Associates.wikipedia
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KinKi Kids is a Japanese duo consisting of Koichi Domoto and Tsuyoshi Domoto under the talent agency Johnny & Associates.
Along with Koichi Domoto (with whom he has no blood-relation), he is a member of KinKi Kids, which is a Japanese duo under the management of Johnny & Associates and the record holder of Guinness World Records for having the record of the most number of consecutive number-one singles since their debut single.

Koichi Domoto

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KinKi Kids is a Japanese duo consisting of Koichi Domoto and Tsuyoshi Domoto under the talent agency Johnny & Associates.
Along with Tsuyoshi Domoto (with whom he has no blood-relation), he is a member of KinKi Kids, which is a Japanese duo under the management of Johnny & Associates.

A Album

The duo made their debut in 1997 with a double release of a single "Garasu no Shōnen" and an album A Album.
A Album is the debut album of the Japanese group KinKi Kids.

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According to Oricon, both went on to sell over one million copies, making the duo the second artist from Johnny's to have a debut single sell over one million after their agency senior Masahiko Kondo's debut single "Sneaker Blues" and the first to have a debut album sell over one million.
He joined many of his successors such as SMAP, KinKi Kids, V6 and Arashi on their TV shows.

Jun Matsumoto

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Additionally, from October 18 to December 20, KinKi Kids starred in their third drama together called ぼくらの勇気 with Mai Hosho, former Johnny's Jr. Yuki Kohara and Arashi members Jun Matsumoto and Masaki Aiba.
He has an older sister whose support of KinKi Kids influenced his decision to join Johnny & Associates in 1996.

B Album

The duo's singles "Zenbu Dakishimete/Ao no Jidai" sold over a million and ranked 10th on the charts and "Jetcoaster Romance" sold over 900,000 copies and ranked 18th; their album B Album sold over 850,000 copies and over a million by the end of its chart run.
B Album is the second studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

Arashi

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Additionally, from October 18 to December 20, KinKi Kids starred in their third drama together called ぼくらの勇気 with Mai Hosho, former Johnny's Jr. Yuki Kohara and Arashi members Jun Matsumoto and Masaki Aiba.
The only other Johnny's artists who have done a five dome tour were SMAP and KinKi Kids.

C Album

C Album (1999)
C Album is the third studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

Tokio (band)

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From August 23 to August 24, they were appointed the main personality supporters with Noriko Katō for NTV's annual telethon 24-Hour Television (24時間テレビ) with Tokio member Tatsuya Yamaguchi as the marathon runner.
In 2004, Taichi Kokubun took a leave from Tokio to form the temporary music unit Toraji Haiji with KinKi Kids member Tsuyoshi Domoto.

KinKi Single Selection

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The year 2000 saw the duo's first Asia tour in Taiwan and Hong Kong, which was held at Taipei 101 and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre respectively and ran from February 22 to February 27, and their second million-selling album KinKi Single Selection.
KinKi Single Selection is the first greatest hits album by Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

E Album

E Album (2001)
E Album is the fifth studio album of Japanese group KinKi Kids.

F Album

F Album (2002)
F Album is the sixth studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

D Album

D Album (2000)
D Album is the fourth studio album of the Japanese group KinKi Kids.

G Album: 24/7

G Album: 24/7 (2003)
G Album: 24/7 is the seventh studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

H Album: Hand

H Album: Hand (2005)
H Album: Hand (stylized as H album -H・A・N・D-) is the eighth studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

Phi (KinKi Kids album)

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Phi (2007)
Phi (stylized as Φ) is the tenth studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

I Album: ID

I Album: ID (2006)
I Album: ID (stylized as I album -iD-) is the ninth studio album of the Japanese duo KinKi Kids.

Tokyo Dome

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On July 22, 2007, the duo held their 10th anniversary concert at Tokyo Dome, which drew a crowd of about 67,000 fans, making it the biggest concert ever held at the Dome.
On July 22, 2007, Kinki Kids held their 10th anniversary concert at Tokyo Dome, which drew a crowd of about 67,000 fans, making it the biggest concert ever held at the Dome.

J Album

J Album (2009)
J Album is the eleventh studio album released by Japanese duo KinKi Kids on December 9, 2009.

Valentine Kiss

The most popular song was Sayuri Kokushō's 1986 debut single "Valentine Kiss", which sold only 317,000 copies.
The singles it beat in the ranking were number one selling "Love Love Love" from Dreams Come True (2,488,630 copies), "Valentine's Radio" from Yumi Matsutoya (1,606,780 copies), "Happy Happy Greeting" from the Kinki Kids (608,790 copies).

Johnny & Associates

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KinKi Kids is a Japanese duo consisting of Koichi Domoto and Tsuyoshi Domoto under the talent agency Johnny & Associates. According to Oricon, both went on to sell over one million copies, making the duo the second artist from Johnny's to have a debut single sell over one million after their agency senior Masahiko Kondo's debut single "Sneaker Blues" and the first to have a debut album sell over one million. Additionally, from October 18 to December 20, KinKi Kids starred in their third drama together called ぼくらの勇気 with Mai Hosho, former Johnny's Jr. Yuki Kohara and Arashi members Jun Matsumoto and Masaki Aiba.
Hey! Say! JUMP, SMAP, Tokio, KinKi Kids, V6, Arashi, Tackey and Tsubasa, NEWS, Kanjani8, KAT-TUN and Johnny’s Juniors participated in the fundraiser, which included talk sessions and a cappella performances.

List of best-selling music artists in Japan

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* List of best-selling music artists in Japan

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Dreams Come True (band)

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The other songs in the top five were (in order) "Love Love Love" from Dreams Come True (2,488,630 copies), "Valentine's Radio" from Yumi Matsutoya (1,606,780 copies), and "My Funny Valentine" by Miles Davis.
The other songs in the top five were Valentine's Radio from Yumi Matsutoya (1,606,780 copies), Happy Happy Greeting from Kinki Kids (608,790 copies), and My Funny Valentine by Miles Davis.