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J Storm, Inc. is a Japanese music and film company owned by Johnny & Associates. It was established on November 12, 2001, initially as a label for the Johnny's group, Arashi, after which it was named (Arashi, or 嵐 in Japanese text translates to "Storm").[1]

Aside from producing and releasing CDs and DVDs, the company also produces films for Johnny's various talents. J Storm also has the same strict policies for portrait rights of its talents with its parent company. Among others, images of their talents are prohibited to appear in websites.

Artists

J Storm produced Arashi's singles and albums since 2002 with the release of the single, "A Day in Our Life" after being signed under Pony Canyon from their debut in 1999. In 2008, another Johnny's group, Tokio, began to release under the J Storm label.

J-One Records

J-One records is KAT-TUN's exclusive record label. It was named J-One for the label's thrust of releasing chart-topping releases. Currently, all of their released singles and albums have reached the top of the Oricon charts.

Films

  • Pika☆nchi Life is Hard Dakedo Happy 「ピカ☆ンチ Life is Hard だけど Happy」 (2002)
  • Cosmic Rescue (2003)
  • Pika☆☆nchi Life is Hard Dakara Happy 「ピカ☆☆ンチ Life is Hard だから Happy」(2004)
  • Fantastipo (2005)
  • Hold Up Down (ホールドアップダウン) (2005)
  • Kiiroi Namida 「黄色い涙」 (2007)
  • Otonari 「おと・な・り」 (2009)
  • Chonmage Purin 「ちょんまげぷりん」 (2011)
Sources:[1][2]

Co-Productions

Notable Soundtrack Releases

Other Releases

  • NEWS Nippon 0304 DVD + VHS (NEWS' Concert) (2004)
  • SUMMARY of Johnny's World DVD (2005)
  • DREAM BOYS 2006 DVD (KAT-TUN & Kanjani8's Musical) (2006)
  • Cat in the Red Boots (Ikuta Toma's stage play) (2007)
  • JAILBREAKERS (Matsuoka Masahiro's stage play) (2007)
  • DREAM BOYS 2008 DVD (2008)
  • Tensei kunpuu (Ohno Satoshi's stage play) (2008)
  • Frypan to Kenjuu (フライパンと拳銃) (Nagano Hiroshi's stage play) (2009)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 J Storm, Japanese Wikipedia. Retrieved on May 28, 2008.
  2. J Storm Official Movie Website. Retrieved on May 28, 2008.

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