Japanese Music Design Showcase


Posted by Daniel in Inspiration on June 30th, 2010 with 1 Comment

Japanese music has been a big part of my life for well over a decade along side Japanese animation which became a solid factor for me enjoying the music in the opening and ending themes.

Today I will be showcasing the designs that help promote these very talented artists musical talents with also giving you the opportunity to have a taste of my favourite part in the Japanese culture. If you are already a fan of Japanese music, may I introduce you to my favourite artists to add to your collection.

This is the first part of a three part series which will showcase designs from artists in Europe and the United States showing how the design style differs from culture to culture.


Anna Tsuchiya

Asian Kung-Fu Generation


Ayumi Hamasaki

The GazettE



Tommy heavenly6

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High and Mighty Color

Mika Nakashima

JAM Project


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mihimaru GT



Hikaru Utada



Please let me know what your favourite design is out of the 20 showcased in the comments below, personally my favourite is Mika Nakashima

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One Response to “Japanese Music Design Showcase”

  1. Aaron says:


    Nice to see how Japanese design has evolved, but I still think it had it bang-on right in the nineties!

    Take it easy


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