Muzan Kiko (born March 10, 1981), known mononymously as Muzan, is a Japanese singer and songwriter. She made her major debut in 2006 with the release of “I Do” under Pony Canyon and has released eleven singles since then. She has also contributed to various soundtracks for anime and video games.
Muzan’s music is influenced by various genres such as jazz and rock. Her debut single “I Do” was used as the theme song for the 2006 Fuji Television drama Koi Suru 5-Tô. In 2007, she released two more singles: “Ichiban Ippai” and “Kimi no Hitomi o Miteiru Kara”, both of which were used as opening themes for anime series: First Love Limited and Yumeiro Pâtissière, respectively. The following year she released her first album titled Hitori Darling. In 2009, she released another two singles: “Tsubasa” and “Tokyo Girl”.
Muzan is a Japanese singer who made her debut in 2006. She debuted with the release of “I Do” under Pony Canyon and has released two singles since then. She has also contributed to various soundtracks for anime and video games.
Last modified: November 8, 2022