Main article: Maeda Yuki

The discography of Maeda Yuki consists of two compilation albums and eleven singles. Her best selling release is "Nishi Shinjuku de Atta Hito" with a total sale of 3,030 copies. Maeda's songs are written by various composers, and it is only her second single, "Tokyo You Turn", which have been composed by Tsunku.

In April 2000, Maeda began her solo career as an enka singer under Hello! Project. Being signed to Teichiku Records, her debut single didn't chart but was on the other hand #5 on the most requested list on the enka radio station. On the Wired Request Ranking (Top 200), it charted for 14 weeks.[1] Her highest charting and highest-selling single to date is her sixth single, "Nishi Shinjuku de Atta Hito". After the release of her eight single, she graduated from Hello! Project in 2009. She then released a compilation album with all her singles up to then, then two Korean-themed singles, with her final release being another compilation album in 2011.

In 2012, Maeda retired to focus on being a mother. She is currently inactive in the music industry.


Compilation AlbumsEdit

Year Title Information Oricon
2009 Maeda Yuki Zenkyoku Shuu ~Gwaenchanha~
  • Release date: September 9, 2009
  • Label: Rice Music
  • Format: CD album, Cassette, Digital Download
2011 Busan Hatsu ~Kankoku Series Best~
  • Release date: November 23, 2011
  • Label: Rice Music
  • Format: CD album, Digital Download


Year # Title Oricon
2000 1 Naki Usagi Maeda Yuki Zenkyoku Shuu ~Gwaenchanha~
2001 2 Tokyo You Turn
2002 3 Tokyo, Yoimachigusa.
2003 4 Tokyo Kirigirisu 134 905 1,661
2004 5 Sarasara no Kawa 195 1,013 2,185
6 Nishi Shinjuku de Atta Hito 83 1,470 3,030
2006 7 Omae no Namida wo Ore ni Kure 185 500
2007 8 Ai Ai Daiko 119 760
2009 9 Gwaenchanha ~Daijoubu~ 118 852 1,241
2010 10 Mianhaeyo ~Gomennasai~ 106 471 751 Busan Hatsu ~Kankoku Series Best~
2011 11 Busan Hatsu 130 509 1,491

Other AppearancesEdit

Year Title Album
1995 "Beni Azami" (with Itsuki Hiroshi) Itsuki Hiroshi Duet Special Selection 14
1995 Kanashii Kurai Kokoro wo Somete" (with Itsuki Hiroshi) Itsuki Hiroshi Duet Special Selection 14

Music VideosEdit

Year Title
2000 Naki Usagi
2001 Tokyo You Turn
2002 Tokyo, Yoimachigusa.
2003 Tokyo Kirigirisu
2004 Sarasara no Kawa
Nishi Shinjuku de Atta Hito
2006 Omae no Namida wo Ore ni Kure
2007 Ai Ai Daiko
2009 Gwaenchanha ~Daijoubu~
2010 Mianhaeyo ~Gomennasai~
2011 Busan Hatsu
Busan Hatsu (Korean Version)


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