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Taiiku Okazaki was born on 3 July, 1989 in Nishinomiya, Hyogo, is a Japanese musician. At 31 years old, Taiiku Okazaki height is 5 ft 8 in (175.0 cm).

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Taiiku Okazaki Age 33 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 3 July 1989
Birthday 3 July
Birthplace Nishinomiya, Hyogo
Nationality Hyogo

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Taiiku Okazaki Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Taiiku Okazaki worth at the age of 33 years old? Taiiku Okazaki’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from Hyogo. We have estimated Taiiku Okazaki's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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Okazaki released his fourth studio album, Saitama, on January 9, 2019; the album peaked at number 5 on Oricon's Weekly Album Charts. He made a voice acting cameo in Pokémon Sun and Moon as a rapping Team Skull member, and he will hold a solo live concert at the Saitama Super Arena on June 9, 2019.


In 2017, Okazaki released his second major album, XXL, which peaked at number 2 on Oricon's Weekly Album Charts. The album includes the song "Natural Lips", which features lyrics that are in Japanese but sung in a way that makes them resemble English words. The following year, he performed the song "Jari Boy Jari Girl" (ジャリボーイ・ジャリガール , Jaribōi Jarigāru) , which was used as a closing theme for Pokémon: Sun & Moon. He released his third major album, OT Works, in April 2018; the album peaked at number 18 on Oricon's Weekly Album Charts. In October of that year, his song "Kimi no Bōken" (キミの冒険 ) began to be used as the fourth opening theme to Pokémon: Sun & Moon.


In 2016, Okazaki made his major debut on the SME Records label with the release of the album Basin Techno. The album ranked first on iTunes's J-Pop chart, and peaked at number 9 on Oricon's Weekly Album Charts. The song "Music Video" from the album became a viral hit in Japan for its lyrics and music video, which parodied commonly-used tropes in Japanese music videos.

That same year, he began performing songs for various commercials, as well as writing music for other artists. He then performed two songs for anime series: "Shiokaze" (潮風 ) , which was used as the opening theme for The Great Passage, and "Pose" (ポーズ ) , which was used as the first closing theme for Pokémon: Sun & Moon; "Shiokaze" was released as his first single on December 7, 2016.


Following his graduation from university in 2012, Oka began his music career as an independent musician under the stage name Taiiku Okazaki. His first three releases were albums titled Greatest Hits, Koi no Hello Keihō (恋のハロー警報 , Koi no Harō Keihō) , and Phantom Seishōnen (ファントム青少年 , Fantomu Seishōnen) . The following year, he released two more albums, Bonchi Hero Kenzan (盆地ヒーロー見参 , Bonchi hīrō kenzan) and Fictional Zodiac.


Akitoshi Oka (岡 亮聡 , Oka Akitoshi, born July 3, 1989) , known professionally by the stage name Taiiku Okazaki (岡崎 体育 , Okazaki Taiiku) , is a Japanese musician and songwriter who is signed to SME Records. Beginning his career as an independent musician in 2012, he made his major debut with the release of his first major album Basin Techno in 2016. The album includes the song "Music Video", which became a viral hit in Japan for parodying common tropes used in music videos. That same year, he performed the song "Pose", which was used as the first closing theme for the anime series Pokémon: Sun & Moon. He has also written music for commercials and for other musicians.

Oka was born in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo Prefecture on July 3, 1989. When he was around three years old, he and his family moved to Uji, Kyoto Prefecture, where he would spend much of his early life. While in elementary school, he started learning to play the piano and became part of a local baseball team. His interest in music began at an early age, when he began listening to artists such as Eminem, Queen, and Deep Purple. To further his music skills, he would compose songs on the Nintendo DS game Daigasso! Band Brothers.