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Tenn
BornTakahiro Moriwaki
(1978-12-11)11 December 1978
Higashiōsaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Died25 September 2014(2014-09-25) (aged 35)
Tennōji-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Occupation MC
Years active1999–2014
Spouse(s)
Takako Uehara ( m. 20122014)

Tenn (stylized as TENN; 11 December 1978 – 25 September 2014) was a Japanese MC who was a member of the J-pop group ET-King. He was from Osaka Prefecture. His real name was Takahiro Moriwaki (森脇 隆宏, Moriwaki Takahiro). His wife was Takako Uehara of Speed.

Biography

In 1999, he formed ET-King with Itokin and Klutch. Prior to their formation, he was in charge of the drums with an experience of band activities.

His ET-King characteristic costume Happi number was "2".

He was from Higashiōsaka, Osaka Prefecture. He graduated from St. Andrew's School. He loved cola. He was a volunteer at a school festival when he was in high school and played a theatrical performance.

In 2005, he started a joint life with seven members of ET-King in Naniwa-ku, Osaka, he used a very narrow bedroom with two tatami mats in the same vertical direction as fellow member Senkou. He slept under the bunk bed. Currently seven people lived separately.

He was totally informative and was also good at high speed rapping.

On 9 March 2012, he announced his engagement with member of the quartet Speed and actress Takako Uehara. They later married on 23 August 2012. On the following day on the 24th the event was announced at Uehara's blog. [1]

Since he married Uehara he often came to the advertising activities such as being live at Chi-chin Puipui (until that time he came to advertising with Itokin).

It was discovered that he was in a state of cardiopulmonary arrest that was hanging in his neck inside a condominium parking lot in Tennōji-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture around 7:30 am on 25 September 2014, and died soon. He was 35 years old when he died. [2]

Discography

The list does not include his works with ET-King

Guest appearances

Artist Song
Sibling Game feat. Tenn (from ET-King)

References

  1. ^ Uehara, Takako (24 Aug 2012). "ご報告。". Takako Uehara official blog (in Japanese). Retrieved 4 Aug 2017.
  2. ^ "上原多香子さんの夫、TENNさん自殺か". Yomiuri Shimbun (in Japanese). 25 Sep 2014. Archived from the original on 6 Oct 2014. Retrieved 4 Aug 2017.