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Japan Gold Disc Award

The Japan Gold Disc Awards (日本ゴールドディスク大賞) for Music sales in the Recording Industry Association of Japan, is major music awards held annually in Japan also released as a CD.

List of the Artists of the Year

th Year Japan Domestic International
1 1987 Akina Nakamori Madonna
2 1988 Rebecca The Beatles
3 1989 Boøwy Bon Jovi
4 1990 Southern All Stars Madonna
5 1991 Yumi Matsutoya Madonna
6 1992 Chage and Aska Guns n' Roses
7 1993 Chage and Aska Madonna
8 1994 Wands The Beatles
9 1995 TRF Mariah Carey
10 1996 TRF Mariah Carey
11 1997 Namie Amuro Me & My
12 1998 Glay Celine Dion
13 1999 B'z Celine Dion
14 2000 Hikaru Utada Celine Dion
15 2001 Ayumi Hamasaki The Beatles
16 2002 Ayumi Hamasaki Backstreet Boys
17 2003 Hikaru Utada Avril Lavigne
18 2004 Ayumi Hamasaki Twelve Girls Band
19 2005 Orange Range Queen
20 2006 Kumi Koda O-Zone
21 2007 Kumi Koda Daniel Powter
22 2008 Exile Avril Lavigne
23 2009 Exile Madonna
24 2010 Arashi The Beatles
25 2011 Arashi Lady Gaga
26 2012 AKB48 Lady Gaga
27 2013 AKB48 Che'Nelle
28 2014 AKB48 One Direction
29 2015 Arashi One Direction
  • See Award Winners of 2000
  • See Award Winners of 2001
  • See Award Winners of 2002
  • See Award Winners of 2003
  • See Award Winners of 2004
  • See Award Winners of 2005
  • See Award Winners of 2006
  • See Award Winners of 2007
  • See Award Winners of 2008
  • See Award Winners of 2009
  • See Award Winners of 2010
  • See Award Winners of 2011
  • See Award Winners of 2012

External links

  • Official site
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