Amano Tsukiko is among the Japanese rock and roll divas heavily influenced by ’80s pop/rock and roll, with an focus on the rock and roll part — that actually means following blueprint of Nanase Aikawa. Amano Tsukiko comes with an amazing musical history — she had taken piano lessons from enough time she was five, sang soprano in high-school choir, and lastly stuck to acoustic guitar, in a fairly literal method — she mainly writes and performs her tunes on the 1st device she bought in her teenagers. She began her career the original method, by playing regional clubs, giving road performances, and producing indie produces (since 2001). She actually attemptedto assemble her personal band, however the task didn’t workout, so Amano trapped to playing single, which eventually paid — her friend were able to property her CD using the exec from the Otokura record label. That resulted in the successful solitary “Bodaiju,” released in 2001 on a single label, with two full-length albums, Sharon Rocks and Meg & Lion, released next year. From then on Amano done theme tunes for the favorite survival horror video games from the Fatal Framework series, documenting “Chou” for Fatal Framework II: Crimson Butterfly and “Koe” for Fatal Framework III: The Tormented. That obtained some points on her behalf domestically as well as gained her worldwide publicity, as the video games had been released worldwide beneath the name Project No. That was supplemented by two even more albums — Tenryu (2004) and A Moon Kid in the Sky (2005). Amano also became known on her behalf nonmusical actions, as she styles extravagant clothes on her behalf own video clips and performances, pulls artwork on her behalf releases, as well as maintains a webcomic. Still, non-e of her produces cracked the very best area of the Oricon graphs, although most of her singles managed to get to the very best 50 or Best 100, and following the 2005 record, Amano continued hiatus, where she didn’t record any more LPs and was slipped from theOtokura label. Obtaining back to act as an independent musician, she released the singles “Howling” in 2007 and “Heaven’s Gate” in 2008.