Yuzu certainly are a mainly acoustic Japan pop/rock and roll duo having a lush and upbeat audio, manufactured from Kitagawa Yujin and Iwasawa Koji, who started the music group in 1997 while they still attended the senior high school in Yokohama (the group was named Lamps). Starting their profession as street music artists, Yuzu soon proceeded to go pro, liberating their debut EP, Yuzu No Su, in Oct 1997 via Senha & Co., a subsidiary of Toy’s Manufacturer, with which they’ve trapped since. For another many years the music group kept a rigorous record plan: the next mini-album Yuzuman as well as the debut LP Yuzu Ikka arrived in 1998; in 1999 there have been two studio room albums (Kajiki Sakura Saku Hen and Yuzuen) in addition to four singles; and another full-length, Tobira, found its way to 2000. The effort was worthwhile — the music group achieved a significant level of achievement, with Yuzuman offering a lot more than 200,000 copies and Yuzu Ikka residing in the graphs for 17 weeks. Going for a two-year break from documenting, Yuzu resumed a well balanced schedule once again in 2002, liberating three albums in 2002-2004, and pursuing those long-players with Ribbon in 2006. By that point, they already got enough material for many best-of compilations, which arrived in 2005 and 2007, the 2007 collection Yuzu No Ne: 1997-2007 getting into the annual Oricon Album Best 80 — a feat repeated by their one “Harukaze,” finished with the violinist Hakase Tarou. In 2007 the music group also supplied the melody “Ashita Tenki Ni Nare” for the film Shaberedomo Shaberedomo. The record Wonderful World, made by the composer Joe Hisaishi (a longtime collaborator of well-known anime movie director Hayao Miyazaki) and documented using a 70-piece orchestra, premiered in 2008.