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Mai Kuraki (Mai Aono (青野 真衣)) was born on 28 October, 1982 in Funabashi, Chiba, Japan, is a Japanese J-pop singer. Discover Mai Kuraki's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?
|Popular As||Mai Aono (青野 真衣)|
|Age||39 years old|
|Born||28 October 1982|
|Birthplace||Funabashi, Chiba, Japan|
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Mai Kuraki Height, Weight & Measurements
At 39 years old, Mai Kuraki height is 1.55 m .
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Dating & Relationship status
She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.
Mai Kuraki Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Mai Kuraki worth at the age of 39 years old? Mai Kuraki’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer-songwriter. She is from Japan. We have estimated Mai Kuraki's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Singer-songwriter|
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In March 2019, Kuraki is set to release double A-side single "Kimi to Koi no Mama de Owarenai Itsumo Yume no Mama ja Irarenai"/"Barairo no Jinsei". Both songs served as the theme songs to the Japanese television animation series Case Closed, on which Kuraki appeared as a voice actor.
On April 15, 2019, was announced new commercial song Shiawase no Tobira. It will serve as a commercial song for Cleverly Home. The national television broadcast is scheduled on April 26..
On August 14, 2019, Kuraki released her thirteenth studio album Let's Goal!: Barairo no Jinsei.. In support of the album, she embarked on the tour, 20th Anniversary Mai Kuraki Live Project 2019 "Let's Goal!: Barairo no Jinsei" from August to November 2019.
In celebration of 20th anniversary of debut, Kuraki's fifth compilation album Mai Kuraki Single Collection: Chance for You is set to be released on December 25, 2019.
In November 2017, it was announced that Kuraki's new song "Light Up My Life" will be served as the theme song to the Japanese tactical role-playing game, Valkyria Chronicles IV. On February 27, 2018, Kuraki announced the weekly project of releasing a song every week on the three consecutive weeks. "We Are Happy Women", "Do It!" and "Light Up My Life" were released as the digital singles in March, Her follow-up single "Koyoi wa Yume wo Misasete" was released on August 8, 2018. The song served as the theme song to the Japanese television anime series Tsukumogami Kashimasu. Her twelfth studio album Kimi Omou: Shunkashūtō was released on October 10, 2018, and reached number three in Japan. Kuraki embarked on the concert tour entitled Mai Kuraki Live Project 2018 "Red It Be": Kimi Omou Shunkashūtō, which began in October 2018 in support of the album.
On February 15, 2017, after five years was announced release of the eleventh studio album, "Smile".
In April 2017, Kuraki released the new single "Togetsukyo (Kimi Omou)", the ending theme for the Anime movie Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter. The song instantly entered the major music charts in Japan, selling about 30,000 physical copies in its first week. Finally it sold over 73,000 physical copies and became her best-selling song since her 2004 single "Ashita e Kakeru Hashi". Also, the song sold over 250,000 single units and became her most downloaded song since her debut. On July 25, 2017 she was awarded a Guinness World Record for singing the most theme songs in a single anime series (Case Closed). Kuraki's fourth compilation album Mai Kuraki x Meitantei Conan Collaboration Best 21: Shinjitsu wa Itsumo Uta ni Aru! was released on October 25, 2017. The album was a commercial success, selling over 71,000 physical copies and peaked at number four on the Oricon weekly albums chart.
Since January 2016, she participated in project to support and help education system in Cambodia In May new song titled Open Love appeared in commercial Speak Master. After one-half-year on July 30, Mai released new digital single Sawage Life which was used as outro theme for anime Detective Conan. In September she held live tour Mai Kuraki "Time After Time" Chine Live Tour in China.
In October 2016, she announced she'd embark on her first Japanese tour in last three years, Mai Kuraki Live Project 2017 -Sawage Live- from March 2017 to April 2017.
On November 22, 2016 was announced new release of single after 3 years, with title "Yesterday Love" which will be used as ending theme for anime Detective Conan with special 360° music video uploaded on her official YouTube channel.
In May 20, 2015, she released another digital single Serendipity which was used as commercial song for West Japan Railway Company. On September 12 she held another live symphonic concert Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live -Opus 3-.
On January 26, 2014, she released digital single You Can available only in Japan. In July 26 she released DVD single Wake me up which charted #2 in Oricon first week. In August 27 she released 40th single Muteki na Heart which was used as outro theme for anime Detective Conan. Since September till November she held live concerts 15th Anniversary Mai Kuraki Live Project 2014 BEST Ichigo Ichie ~Muteki na Heart~ In November she released her 3rd best album Mai Kuraki Best 151A: Love & Hope which charted No. 2 rank for first week. Till the recent days she didn't release since then anything in physical copy.
In 2013 she released singles Try Again which was used as intro theme for anime Detective Conan. Between June and August she held live concerts in 12 places of Japan and later released DVD in December 4. In July she released first complete symphonic live concert with title Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live -Opus 1-. Two months later, after big success she held another symphonic live concert Mai Kuraki Symphonic Live -Opus 2-.
Her 10th studio album, Over the Rainbow, was released on January 11, 2012.
On March 29, 2011, a soccer charity match, called "The Tohoku Earthquake recovery support charity match Ganbarou Nippon!", was held at Nagai Stadium, Osaka, and Kuraki sang the national anthem. Kuraki also revealed that she was working on making a charity song to help fundraising the Japanese victims of tsunami and earthquake in March 2011.
In August 31, 2011, Sanrio announced their collaboration with Northern Music for the creation of one of the characters of Wish me mell, Maimai. Maimai is officially based on Mai Kuraki herself in collaboration with Sanrio, which released the series's official image song "Stay the Same".
Another new single "Mou Ichido" was released on May 25, 2011, followed by "Your Best Friend" on October 19. "Strong Heart", her first single to be released in DVD, was unveiled on November 23, and its proceeds were donated to the victims of the March 2011 calamity.
Kuraki started 2010 with a new single, "Eien Yori Nagaku/Drive Me Crazy", which was released on March 3, 2010. On August 31, she released her 34th single "Summer Time Gone". This single was out the same day of summer ending in Japan. Kuraki released her album titled Future Kiss on November 17, 2010. A new single "1000 Mankai no Kiss" was released on March 9, 2011.
In 2009, Kuraki saw a revival in her popularity. Her eighth studio album, Touch Me!, debuted atop the Oricon album charts; becoming her first number-one album in five years. Kuraki holds the record for being the only female artist to have all of her singles consecutively debut in the Top 10 since her debut, and is the 38th best-selling Japanese music artist of all time. To date, Kuraki has seven number-one albums (five originals and two compilations) and two number-one singles.
Kuraki's eighth studio album, Touch Me!, was released on January 21, 2009, and contained the singles released in 2008. Selling a little over 50,200 copies, Touch Me! debuted atop of Oricon album chart. Touch Me became Kuraki's first number-one album in five years, with her last number-one occurring in 2004 with her greatest hits album, Wish You the Best. The album was later certified Gold by the RIAJ. On April 1, 2009, Kuraki released her thirty-first single, a double A-side "Puzzle/Revive". Both songs were used as tie-ins for Detective Conan. "Puzzle" was used as the ending theme for the thirteenth movie Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser, while "Revive" was used as the twenty-fifth opening theme song for the TV series. "Puzzle/Revive" debuted at number 3 on the Oricon single chart, making it her first single to enter the Top 3 since 2004's "Ashita e Kakeru Hashi".
Kuraki released her thirty-third single, "Beautiful", on June 10, 2009. "Beautiful" was used as the commercial song for cosmetic company Kose's Coseport Salon Style. "Beautiful" debuted at number 2 on the Oricon single chart making it Kuraki's thirty-second single to debut in the Top 10.
Kuraki released three singles in 2008: "Yume ga Saku Haru/You and Music and Dream", "Ichibyōgoto ni Love for You", "24 Xmas Time". The singles, like their predecessors, entered the Top 10.
Kuraki ended the year with a new single, "Shiroi Yuki", which reached number 4 on the single chart. In 2007, Kuraki released her last single under Giza Studio, "Season of Love". The single charted at number 6. After releasing "Season of Love", Kuraki was transferred from Giza Studio to its then newly launched sister label, Northern Music, whose artist roster also include Yumi Shizukusa (ex-Giza and Zain), the now-defunct idol group Sparkling Point, and one of her producers, Michael Africk. Under Northern she released her twenty-seventh single, "Silent Love: Open My Heart/Be With U" before releasing her seventh album, One Life on New Year's Day 2008. "Silent Love: Open My Heart/Be With U" debuted at number 9 and One Life debuted at number 14, on their respective charts. One Life was certified gold by the RIAJ.
In 2004 on New Year's Day, Kuraki released her first greatest hits album, Wish You the Best. The album debuted atop the chart and was certified million and was her last album to achieve that status. After Wish You the Best, she released her fifth studio album, Fuse of Love in 2005. The album spawned four singles: "Ashita e Kakeru Hashi" (明日へ架ける橋 ) (2004), "Love, Needing", "Dancing" and "P.S My Sunshine" (all released in 2005). "Ashita e Kakeru Hashi" debuted in the Top 3; while the others debuted outside the Top 3, a first for Kuraki. Fuse of Love debuted at number 3 on the album chart ending Kuraki's number-one album streak. It was later certified gold by the RIAJ. In 2006, Kuraki released a new album, Diamond Wave. The album debuted at number 3 on the charts and was certified gold. The singles from the album, "Growing of My Heart" (2005), "Best of Hero" (ベスト オブ ヒーロー , Besuto Obu Hīrō) and "Diamond Wave" were Top 10 singles.
Her fourth album, If I Believe, was released on July 9, 2003. Prior to the album's release, Kuraki released four singles: "Make My Day" (2002), "Time After Time: Hana Mau Machi de", "Kiss" and "Kaze no La La La"; all of which were Top 3 singles. If I Believe continued Kuraki's number-one album streak and was certified 2x platinum.
Kuraki started 2002 with her eleventh single, "Winter Bells", in January. "Winter Bells" debuted atop of the charts and was the tenth opening for the anime adaptation of the manga Detective Conan. Before releasing her third album, Fairy Tale (October 2002), Kuraki released two single: "Feel Fine!" (April) and "Like a Star in the Night" (September) both singles entered Top 2. Like its predecessors Fairy Tale debuted atop of the Oricon chart. The album won the "Rock & Pop album of the Year" award at the Japan Gold Disc Awards. Kuraki once again tried her hand in the U.S. market. She released her debut English-language album, Secret of My Heart, and like her single "Baby I Like" the album failed to chart.
In June 2000, Kuraki released her fourth single, "Never Gonna Give You Up" and her debut album Delicious Way. The former debuted at number 2 while the latter debuted at number-one on the album chart selling over 2,210,000 copies in its first week. Delicious Way sold over three million copies and was certified 3x million and won "Rock album of the Year" at the 16th annual Japan Gold Disc Awards. As of 2018, the album is the ninth best-selling album in Japan.
From September 2000 to June 2001, Kuraki released five singles: "Simply Wonderful", "Reach for the Sky" (both 2000), "Tsumetai Umi/Start in My Life", "Stand Up" and "Always" (all 2001). All of the singles had entered the Top 3. After the string of releases, Kuraki's second album, Perfect Crime (July 2001), which included all the singles except "Simply Wonderful". Perfect Crime topped the album chart and was another million-selling album for the artist. The album was certified million by the RIAJ and like her debut album it won "Rock album of the Year". A month after the release of Perfect Crime, Kuraki released her last single of 2001, "Can't Forget Your Love/Perfect Crime: Single Edit", which debuted at number 2 on the single chart.
Kuraki released her first single, "Love, Day After Tomorrow", on December 8, 1999. The single entered the Oricon single chart at number 18. In March 2000, after slowly rising on the chart "Love, Day After Tomorrow" peaked at number 2 on the chart. Her second single and third singles: "Stay by My Side" and "Secret of My Heart" proved to share the success of "Love, Day After Tomorrow". "Stay by My Side" was released on March 15, 2000 and debuted atop the Oricon chart, while "Secret of My Heart", released April 26, 2000 debuted at number 2. "Secret of My Heart" was certified million by the Recording Industry Association of Japan and won a Japan Gold Disc Award for "Song of the Year".
Mai Kuraki (倉木 麻衣 , Kuraki Mai) (born October 28, 1982 in Funabashi, Chiba) is a Japanese pop and R&B singer-songwriter and record producer. Kuraki debuted in 1999 with the single, "Love, Day After Tomorrow". In 2000, she released her debut album, Delicious Way, which debuted at number-one and sold over 2,210,000 copies in its first week. Kuraki is one of a few female artists in Japan to have their first four studio albums to debut at top of the Oricon album chart.