Osamu Koganei creates lyrics and melody
that are full of originality
and transforms Minyo (folk music), pop-music,
Latin music to his own unique style.

Not only writing songs and composing his original music, Osamu Koganei transforms Minyo (folk music) and Latin music to his own unique style.His music fellow is a classical guitar
His rhythm and melody are unparalleled.
His strong yet sensitive singing voice was established
under one-on-one training by Seth Riggs, the great
Motown mentor who taught Al Jarreau, Ray Charles,
Julio Iglesias, and many others.



Past Main Activities

[TVCM & Films]

  • Il Vento E Le Rose (Film of Koko or Kyoko Kano)
  • Mask de 41 (Japanese Film)
  • JCB Card (Credit card company)
  • Nippon Life (Insurance)
  • Asahi Life (Insurance)
  • Bridgestone -- International Circuit (Automobile Tire)
  • Shiseido (Cosmetics)
  • Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch (An entertainment park in Japan)
  • Kirin (Beverage “Franzia”)
  • Housefoods (Solid curry powder block European Style)
  • P&G (Pharmaceutical & Household Amenities)
  • Docomo (Mobile Phone)
and etc.

[Event]

Overseas

  • Majolica Photo Session by Iberia Airlines (Iberia Lineas Aéreas de España S.A.) (Spain)
  • Alvin de la Simone Concert in Paris
  • Maharjan (A festival held in Yemen)
  • Classical Music Salon (Ningbo, China)
  • Hindu Ceremonial Event (Delhi, India)
  • Jewish Religious Community Event

Domestic (Inside Japan)

  • Cartier Press Party
  • Ungaro Japan Opening Party
  • Hermes X’mas Party
  • Loewe Japan Renewal Party
  • Maserati Granturismo Press Party
  • Estnation Roppongi Hills Renewal Party
  • Baccarat Memorial Party
  • CORUM Admirals Cup Competition Press Party
  • Official party held at Tokyo Disneyland
  • Takarazuka Ongaku Kairou (Event for revitalization of town) Event
  • Ryokan “Asaba” Official Party (Shuzenji, Ito-city,Shizuoka) --Performed for multiple years
  • Event “MATURI” in Tsukahara Kogen-- Performed for multiple years
  • Japan Road Show Memorial Event of movie film“Vengo” (Tony Gatlif)
  • Shinya Tasaki (wine sommelier) Wine Event at Isetan Main Bldg.
  • “Land of Orchid” event by flower artist Shogo Kariyazaki
  • Toray new product press meeting and ceremony at Count Ogasawara Residence restaurant
  • Anti-Drugs Campaign by Police Department
  • Earth Harmony Concert held in front of Hiroshima Peace Memorial -- Performed for 3 consecutive years
  • Fuji Rock Festival (Field of Heaven and Gypsy
  • Shonan Midnight Jazz
  • Sapporo Blues Music
  • Daimon Jazz
  • Akita Nakanokouji Jazz
  • Shunan Memorial Concert for 100 Best Quality Water of Heisei era selected by Ministry of the Environment (Yamaguchi)
  • Nishi-Izu Memorial Concert for being selected as one of the 100 Best Sunsets in Japan
  • Special Event Concert at Hibiki Hall (Shonai-machi, Yamagata)
  • Asaji Fire Festival Osamu Koganei Concert (Oita)
  • Myouko Kogen (Myouko Highland) Festival (Niigata)
  • Dohgashima Fire Festival Concert (Nishi-Izu, Shizuoka)
  • Shunan-city Ki no Gakko (Yamaguchi)
  • Chugoku area Kannon Reijyo (Kwan Yin Temple)
  • Koganei-city Public Hall (Thank you Festival before closing)
  • Support Concert for the family who has Leukemia patients
  • Umbilical Blood Back up Concert
  • Buddhism Flower Festival at Yomiuri Hall (Tokyo)
  • Tokyu World Music Special in Bunkamura (Orchard Hall in Shibuya, Tokyo)
  • Choshi Marina Opening Event (Chiba)
  • Yohrou Sake Brewery “Kai” (Yamanashi)
  • Outdoor Event at Shibayama Guardians of the Temple (Chiba)
  • Event at Taisho Buddhist Temple (Bodai Temple for Hosokawa Family) -- Multiple times
  • “Inishie” event at Hie Shinto Shrine (Tokyo)
  • “Inishie” event at Geku, Ise Jingu (Mie)


[Event]

Overseas

  • Columbia University Medical Center(New York, USA)
  • Concert at Admiral Plaza Hotel (Dubai, U.A.E.)
  • Visva-Bharati University (Calcutta, India)
  • International Gallery (Warsaw, Poland)
  • Collaboration Concert with Bali Dance on Aquatic Stage (Indonesia)
  • Concert at a city club (Poland)
  • Int’l Exchange Concert at Mont Saint-Michel,a World Heritage (France)
  • ARK (Xintiandi, Shanghai, China) Performed for 10 years consecutively

Domestic (Inside Japan)

  • Hakusa-sonso Hashimoto Kansetsu Museum(Kyoto) -- Performed multiple times
  • Fujita Memorial Garden (A cultural property in Aomori) -- Performed multiple times
  • Culture Forest,The Tokushima Modern Art Museum
  • Watanabe Junichi Museum of Literature(Sapporo, Hokkaido)
  • Seishun-no-sato Special Open-air Stage (Nagasaki)
  • Former Mainichi Newspapers Office Building(Kyoto)
  • Funatuza (Hida, Gifu)
  • Tsugaru-Shamisen Tourist Hall (Aomori)
  • Furen Shounyudo (calcareous cave) (Oita)
  • Esashi Oiwake Kaikan (Esashi, Hokkaido)
  • Tosa Washi Kogeimura (Japanese paper Craft Village in Tosa, Kouchi)
  • Shikisha (A café in Nagasaki)
  • Yamanami Hall (Hyogo)
  • Niseko Town Hall (Hokkaido)
  • Art Center (Miyazaki)
  • Tomiya Shokudo & Chiran Golf Country Club(Kagoshima)
  • Mutipurpose Hall in Kanoya Rose Garden(Kagoshima)
  • Oita Heiwa Shimin Koen – Noh theater(A memorial public park for peace) (Oita)
  • Chouonkaku (Japanese Cultural Asset)(Tsuruoka, Yamagata)
  • Kamogawaso Open-Air Noh Stage (Hiroshima)
  • Former Usuki Hanshu Inaba Family Compound(Oita)
  • Kaneko Family Residence(Cultural Asset of Akita-city) (Akita)
  • Nanshousou (Preservation Garden of Morioka-city)(Iwate)
  • Tanaka Honke Museum (Suzaka, Nagano)
  • Kodo – Araebisu Nomura Museum (Iwate)
  • Hayakawa Souko (Kumamoto)
  • Ishikura Gallery (Moseuchi, Hokkaido)
  • Saitou Sake Brewery (Hirosaki, Aomori)
  • Momen Kaidou Former Ishibashi Sake Brewery Hall (Izumo, Shimane)
  • Satoh Residence, former Yokoya Sake Brewery, a cultural asset (Iwate)
  • Sekizen Nigiwai Yashiki, a cultural asset (Akita)
  • Chitosetsuru Sake Museum (Sapporo, Hokkaido)
  • Shushinkan Hall (Kobe, Hyogo)
  • Kamoizumi Sake Brewery (Hiroshima)
  • Asabiraki Sake Brewery (Iwate)
  • Koujian (Akita)
  • Takarazuka Hotel (Hyogo) -- Performed multiple times
  • Hirosaki Park Hotel (Aomori)-- Performed multiple times
  • Hotel Dankoen (Itoh, Shizuoka) -- Performed multiple times
  • Kashima Central Hotel (Ibaraki) -- Performed multiple times
  • Beppu Kamenoi Hotel (Oita)
  • Kita Hotel (Morioka, Iwate)
  • Huis Ten Bosch (Nagasaki)-- Performed multiple times
  • Kagoshima Prefectural Citizens Exchange Center-- Performed multiple times
  • Noh stage on river, Toukaikan, a cultural asset in Ito-city (Shizuoka) -- Performed for 3 consecutive years
  • Sapporo Clock Tower, an Important cultural building(Hokkaido) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Special stage of snow kamakura in Tsugaru (Aomori)-- Performed for 10 consecutive years
  • Tateshina Open-sky Music Hall-- Performed multiple times
  • Shinshu Kokusai Ongakumura (Nagano)-- Performed multiple times
  • Tribute to the Love Generation (former Music Restaurant in Tokyo) -- Performed multiple times
  • Blue Note Tokyo -- Performed multiple times
  • Cotton Club (Tokyo) -- Performed multiple times
  • Blues Alley Japan (Tokyo) -- Performed multiple times
  • STB139 (Tokyo)-- Performed 35 times during 11 consecutive years
  • Count down event at clubs with live Music in Kyoto-- Performed for
  • 3 consecutive years
  • Otsuka Museum of Art (Sistine Hall) (Tokushima)
  • Special stage at Nishoyamada Shinto Shrine (Yamaguchi)
  • Special Open-air stage at the garden in Koumyoin(Kyoto)
  • Saieizan Kouzanji, a Buddhist temple (Oita)
  • Main Hall in Gonenji, a Buddhist temple (Wakayama) -- Performed for 5 consecutive years
  • Ontokuji, a Buddhist temple (Akita) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Shinsenen (Kyoto) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Honen-in (Kyoto) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Open-air stage at Chouganji, a Buddhist temple(Hokkaido) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Main hall in Chourakuji, a Buddhist temple (Kyoto) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Gyokusenji, a Buddhist temple (Yamagata)-- Performed for 7 consecutive years
  • Ikegami Honmonji, a Buddhist temple (Tokyo) -- Performed for multiple years
  • Seiganji, a Buddhist temple (Kyoto)-- Performed for multiple years
  • Daisyoin, a Buddhist temple (Miyajima, Hiroshima)-- Performed for multiple years
  • Kanyouji, a Buddhist temple (Yamaguchi)-- Performed for 12 consecutive years
  • Iwato stage at Kaguraden (Minami-Aso, Kumamoto)-- Performed for 7 consecutive years
  • Kaguraden, in Izumo Oyashiro,Japanese Shinto music and dance hall (Shimane) – Shikinen Sengu (Reconstruction Ceremony) Year
  • National Treasure Stage at Itsukushima Shinto Shrine (Miyajima, Hiroshima) -- Performed for 11 consecutive years


Others

  • Performed at many clubs in Japan and overseas such as Paris, France
  • Performed at many Christ churches in Japan and overseas such as New York, U.S.A.
  • Performed at many other places than those posted in this page