About Toko Furuuchi
Toko picked up music while listening to Billy Joel, Hall & Oates, and Elton John records while in junior high school. After graduating high school in Connecticut, Toko moved back to Japan to embark on a recording career. She saw her first release "Hayaku Isoide" followed by the album "SLOW DOWN" in 1993. Her turning point as an artist came when she released her 4th album "Strength" in 1995. The album was a huge success featuring renowned artists like David Sanborn. In 1996, her single "Dareyori Sukinanoni" and its album "Hourglass" dominated the Japanese CD charts. Her follow up album "Koi" in 1997 became a double platinum hit in Japan. Recently, Toko has been performing many acoustic piano shows throughout Japan.
About "In Love Again"
Freshly signed to Avex, Toko Furuuchi’s presents her first full album in three years!
With "relationships" being the keyword, Toko Furuuchi has constantly weaved love songs since her debut. Freshly signed to Avex, "In Love Again" is Furuuchi’s first full album in three years. Her lyrics which are based on relationships, are at its best and shows even more depth. It presents her quality and enticement as a singer songwriter. The "strength" to empower and inspire women who have been sacrificing romantic relationships to prioritize career and home, and the "weakness" that burden their hearts because of the concerns and worries of future and reality; Furuuchi is the one and only person that can excellently present such two conflicting emotions, and because she is the "supremacy of love," she can proudly say "Come on! Let’s fall in love again!"
Needless to say of the generation that grew up with her, the present teenage girls can sure be moved by her world as well.