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List of artists who reached number one on the Japan Hot 100

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Subject: Japan Hot 100, Billboard, List of Billboard 200 number-one albums, Canadian Albums Chart, Euro Digital Songs
Collection: Japanese Music Lists, Japanese Record Charts, Lists of Artists Who Reached Number One on Billboard Charts
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List of artists who reached number one on the Japan Hot 100

This is a list of recording artists who have reached number one on Billboard magazine's Japan Hot 100 chart. Billboard began ranking the Japanese music market on the week ending March 3, 2008.

  • All acts are listed alphabetically.
  • All acts are Japanese unless indicated otherwise
  • Solo artists are alphabetized by last name, groups by group name excluding "A," "An" and "The."
  • Each act's total of number one Hot 100 hits is shown after their name.
  • All artists who are mentioned in song credits are listed here; this includes one-time pairings of otherwise solo artists and those appearing as "featured" (for example, for "It's All Love!," both Kumi Koda and Misono receive a mention each).
  • Artists associated with a group who reached number one, yet have their own solo page in WorldHeritage are not listed here, unless they hit number one as a solo artist.
  • Artists are listed by their most common musical stage name (for example, Tsuyoshi Domoto, not Endlicheri Endlicheri/244 Endli-x/Tsuyoshi).
  • Artists currently without WorldHeritage pages have their corresponding Japanese WorldHeritage pages linked. If the artist has a non-Roman script name, this is listed as well.


  • 0–9 1
  • A 2
  • B 3
  • D 4
  • E 5
  • F 6
  • G 7
  • H 8
  • I 9
  • J 10
  • K 11
  • L 12
  • M 13
  • N 14
  • P 15
  • R 16
  • S 17
  • T 18
  • U 19
  • V 20
  • W 21
  • Y 22























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