Takanori Nishikawa Net Worth

Takanori Nishikawa Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Takanori Nishikawa Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Takanori Nishikawa (?? ??, Nishikawa Takanori, born September 19, 1970 in Yasu, Shiga Prefecture, Japan) is a renowned Japanese singer and actor. He performs as T.M.Revolution (TMR), which stands for "Takanori Makes Revolution" (?????????, Takanori ga kakumei o okosu) although the name stems from the famous 80s pop electronic band TM Network. Despite most of his songs being written by Akio Inoue and composed/arranged by Daisuke Asakura (also TMR’s former producer), T.M.Revolution is considered Nishikawa’s solo project. Nishikawa is also known for contributions of ending and opening themes to many notable anime and game series.Nishikawa debuted as TMR with the release of his first single "Dokusai (Monopolize)" (?? -monopolize-) in May 1996. Later that year, his third single "Heart of Sword (Yoake Mae)" (HEART OF SWORD ??????) was used as the third ending song for the anime series Rurouni Kenshin, further expanding his fan base. He also contributed six songs to the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED franchise – three for Gundam SEED and three for Gundam SEED Destiny. Nishikawa has guest starred as a minor character in each of those anime series that featured his songs. In 2010, his single "Save the One, Save the All" was used as the ending theme song for the movie Bleach: Hell Verse. Nishikawa has also had a long-standing affair with Capcom's Sengoku Basara series of video games and media franchise, with several of his songs being used for it, including Crosswise and Flags.T.M.Revolution is the first artist to be signed to Tofu Records, a record label (affiliated with Sony Music Japan) promoting j-pop artists in North America. Tofu released three of his most recent studio albums: coordinate (2003), Seventh Heaven (2004), and vertical infinity (2005). Nishikawa made his North American live debut at Otakon, a large anime convention in 2003. He has also performed at Pacific Media Expo in 2004 and at the New York Comic Con in 2008. Nishikawa revisited his 2003 US performance at the Asian culture convention Otakon by performing at Otakon's 20th Anniversary on August 10, 2013.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthSeptember 19, 1970
Place Of BirthYasu, Shiga, Japan
Height5' 8" (1.73 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack, Costume Designer
Star SignVirgo
1Music has the power to inspire people to change the world around them. I want to create a song which influences everyone in this way.
1Releases a combination best of/self-cover album "Under:Cover" on January 1st. Featuring 14 tracks chosen in a poll from which more than 40,000 fans took part in, the album is unique for its 'self-cover' approach. Nishikawa produced new arrangements of many of the songs, then covered them himself and with other guest artists. [January 2006]
2Released a new album called Naked Arms/Sword Summit on the 11th. [August 2010]
3He is the front man of the rock band Abingdon Boys School.
4Among his favorite musical artists are Joe, Michael Jackson, and Prince.
5The "T.M" in T.M. Revolution stands for "Takanori Makes Revolution".
6In November 2004, T.M. Revolution made Gundam singles history when his single, "ignited," hit the #1 ranking in Japanese Oricon's daily top 20 singles; a first for the franchise. Up until then, the highest ranking Gundam song was T.M. Revolution's own "Invoke", which had made it to #2. Initial sales data has "ignited" as having sold 108,000 copies. T.M. Revolution had last hit #1 with "Hot Limit" six years ago in 1998. "Ignited" is the First Opening Theme song for the serie, Kidô senshi Gundam Seed Destiny (2004) while "Invoke" was the First Opening Theme song for Gundam SEED Destiny's prequel, Kidô senshi Gundam Seed (2002).


Gyarakushî kaidou2015Zuzu
Okusama wa 18 sai2011TV SeriesTetsuya takagi
Korason de meron2008
Kidô senshi Gundam Seed Destiny2004-2005TV SeriesHeine Westenfluss
Kidô senshi Gundam Seed2002-2003TV SeriesMiguel Aiman
Beautiful Life2000TV SeriesKawamura Satoru
Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai1996TV SeriesOrochi no Ren (voice)


B-Project: Kodô Ambitious2016TV Series lyrics: "Kodô Ambitious"
Sôru îtâ2009TV Series lyrics - 11 episodes
Kidô senshi Gundam Seed Destiny2004-2005TV Series performer - 4 episodes
Kidô senshi Gundam Seed2003TV Series performer - 1 episode
Rurouni Kenshin: Wandering Samurai1996TV Series performer: "Heart of Swoard - Yoake Mae" - as T.M.Revolution

Costume Designer

T.M. Revolution: T.M.R. Live Revolution '02 - Best Summer Crush 20022002Video documentary concept


T.M. Revolution: T.M.R. Live Revolution '02 - Best Summer Crush 20022002Video documentary producer


The 64th Annual NHK kôhaku uta gassen2013TV Special
Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ1997-2012TV SeriesHimself
Bokura no jidai2010TV SeriesHimself
T.M. Revolution: T.M.R. Live Revolution '02 - Best Summer Crush 20022002Video documentaryHimself (Vocals, Guitar)
Dai 49 kai NHK kôhaku uta gassen1998TV SpecialHimself - Performer (as T.M. Revolution)

Archive Footage

Bokura no jidai2016TV SeriesHimself

Known for movies

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