Neo Kei

For all fans of Japanese Popular Music. From para para to visual kei and every genre inbetween!

About Neo Kei


Welcome to Neo Kei!

My name’s Ri-Chan. Thanks to my university friends and my love of Japanese animation I learnt a lot about Japanese Popular Music. I even indulged in some music academia and use Japanese music as a key topic in some of my assignments. Now I want to continue learning about Japanese music and finding new artists and songs, and share them with you. I also plan on starting a regular club night where I will DJ the latest and greatest in Japanese music.

My goal is to continue learning about Japanese music and finding new artists and songs, and share my passion with you. The topics I am most interested in are the all the elements of the music industry that I am fasinated by, such as PVs (Promotional Videos), new releases/projects and concert annoucements, especially if they are in North West UK (Liverpool, Manchester or Cheshire). For anyone who has just started listening to Japanese music or has been listening for years, I want to keep you informed about artist news, music releases, new projects and classic artists I’ve just discovered.

Please share any news or views you have and let me know what you want to hear most about. As well as following or subscribing to the blog, you can join the Facebook group or follow on Twitter @NeoKeiUK.

Be Genki (^o^)y

10 thoughts on “About Neo Kei

  1. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an really
    long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up.
    Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Regardless, just wanted to say
    fantastic blog!

  2. Thanks for reblogging my post here:

    https://neokeiuk.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/735/

    I noticed your comment that you added that you don’t agree that Japanese people don’t talk down to people in entry-level Jobs.

    It’s true that having a good job and a good position is what many people desire … but that’s not what I was referring to.

    In many countries, people with service-industry Jobs aren’t shown respect sometimes … and often they don’t take their job seriously — especially if they don’t plan to work there long-term.
    But neither of those are the case in Japan.

  3. I need blog kind of this one, say:who did graphic design for this place?

    • The graphics were all done by me! I would like a graphic designer to make the logo more artistic and professional. Thanks for your comments.

  4. Have you considered adding a few social bookmarking buttons to these blogs. At the very least for flickr.

    • I do have a Twitter account and a Facebook group (I’ll make sure these appear/show links on the main pages). I have been thinking about changing Facebook from a group to a page, then I’ll be able to link the blog more directly to it.

      I don’t have any original videos/content to share through places like YouTube or LastFM I don’t know what other social places Neo Kei should be. But you’ve definitely given me some food for thought, thanks here. (^o^)y

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