Hikaru Genji was among the best teenager idol pop rings in Japan through the early 1990s. Supervised by Johnny H. Kitagawa, the group released twenty nine singles, 21 years old albums and sixteen video clips through the eight years these were together. Initially, Hikaru Genji was split into two individual groups. As the two oldest users, Kohji Uchimi (given birth to: Jan. 11, 1968) and Mikio Ohsawa (given birth to: Apr 20, 1969) performed as Hikaru, Kazumi Morohishi (given birth to: Aug. 12, 1970), Hiroyuki Sato (given birth to: Nov. 2, 1970), Junichi Yamamoto (given birth to: Feb. 28, 1972), Akira Akasaka (given birth to: Might 8, 1973) and Atsuhiro Sato (given birth to: Aug. 30, 1973) performed as Genji. Following a departure of Ohsawa and Sato in the summertime of 1994, the rest of the users assumed the name, Hikaru Genji Super Five. They consequently released just three singles and two albums before disbanding on Sept 3, 1995. Because the group’s break-up, many users have gone to become regular performers on Japanese tv and films. Morohoshi, Akasaka and Sato possess continuing to record as soloists.