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Takahiro Yamada
Background information
Birth name Takahiro Yamada
Born August 19, 1977 (1977-08-19) (age 32)
Fujinomiya, Japan
Origin Chūbu, Japan
Genres J-Rock, Indie rock, Alternative rock
Occupations Bassist, backing vocalist, songwriter
Instruments Bass, vocals
Years active 1996–present
Labels Ki/oon, Tofu
Associated acts Asian Kung-Fu Generation
Website asiankung-fu.com
Notable instruments
'62 Fender Jazz Bass
Ampeg Bass AH 300 Amp head

Takahiro Yamada (山田 貴洋 Yamada Takahiro ?) (August 19, 1977) is the bass player and backing singer of the Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation. Yamada met fellow band members Masafumi Gotō and Kensuke Kita while attending a music club of Kanto Gakuin University. The three formed Asian Kung-Fu Generation in 1996, with drummer Kiyoshi Ijichi joining the band shortly after.[1 ]

While Masafumi acts the main songwriter of the band, Yamada has provided lyrics for certain songs. He retains a degree in literature and his favourite bands are The Beatles, Oasis, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Pet Shop Boys.[2] The band once had the opportunity to meet the Gallagher brothers while opening for a tour Oasis once held in Japan. The brothers turned out to be quite nicer than they expected. Noel Gallagher in particular reportedly told AKG to, "Keep rocking."[3]

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