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Jasmine Chu Kosaka Mori Yuri

Jasmine Asumi Murakamifirst experienced singing at thirteen years old, in a gospel choir at Yokota Air Base. It was here that her interest in gospel music began. Jasmine soon joined the American Expedition Choir. She decided to become a professional singer at the age of seventeen, and began writing her own lyrics and music. She soon signed a contract with Sony Music in Japan. Jasmine, is a Japanese singer, songwriter and producer whose real given name is Asumi. She is represented by Sony Music Japan, and is a DJ for the Japanese radio station J-Wave.




Born in Tokyo Japan. In 1967, he debut from Colombia records as lead vocalist of rock group "April fool". In 1969, he performed as member of original cast for Japan's first rock musical "Hair". In 1971, he released solo album as a singer & songwriter. In 1975, the miraculous event took place, which his only daughter was healed from massive burn, that lead him to accepted Christ as his savior. He made a decision to give his life to the Lord and started music ministry. In 1978, Japan's first gospel label Michtam Records was established. Chu has brought the new worship to the Japanese church music, which primary music was mostly Hymns, and taught many at the music seminar, which sent out numerous pastors and evangelists. The sensational out door worship event "Jericho Japan" started in 1987under his lead. In 1991, Chu was appointed as a pastor of Foursquare Akitsu Gospel Church where he was saved.

Yuri, Mori graduated with a degree in vocal performance from Faculty of Music at Kyoto City University of Arts. After serving as a reporter for various programs of NHK Kyoto TV and radio, she became a Singing Girl with the "Jolly Concert" program on NHK Education TV. At present, she gives concerts as an evangelical singer in Japan and overseas, delivering a message of hope to many people with her beautiful songs. She is invited to give a concert by many churches, halls, schools, companies, prisons, and reformatories. In the appreciation for relief concerts in prisons, she was awarded the Prize of the Head of Osaka Reformatory Jurisdiction (2002), and the Prize of the Minister of Justice (2007).