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Hiromi Matsuura

Person from Japan

Hiromi Matsuura (松浦ひろみ, Hiromi Matsuura) is a Japanese singer, songwriter, radio hostess and former AV idol. As of 2011, she is known under the stage name Hiromi Yamato (大和 姫呂未, Hiromi Yamato) She made her musical debut in September 2005 under the stage name Hiromi Matsuura with the single Cruel, produced by Joplin Tokuno of Kome Kome Club. Her debut charted at number 3 on the Japanese Singles Chart. In April 2006, she released her second single, Save Me, which was taken up as the theme song of the PS2 game Mitsu x Mitsu Drops.. That October 2006 she released her first album, Romantic Fantagic. The album met with a great deal of commercial success, with four of the tracks being adopted for television commercials. She then started to make appearances as a radio and internet personality. Unable to deal with stress brought about by commercial success, she quit her internet presence in September 2007. While her third single Happy Life was picked up by Misawa Homes for a television commercial, she took an extended break of absence from the entertainment industry for several months, not resurfacing until March 2008. It was at this time she started to change her image to a more sexually  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1984-08-31
Place of birth
Kochi
Nationality
Japan

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