Kei Komuro: All Financial Problems Resolved

Kei Komuro: All financial problems resolved

Kei Komuro, whose engagement to Japan's Princess Mako is planned, says he understands that all of his mother's financial problems have been resolved.

Princess Mako is the eldest daughter of Prince Akishino and the granddaughter of Emperor Akihito.

Fear, And Loathing In Las Vegas Bassist Kei Passes Away From Heart Failure

Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas bassist Kei passes away from heart failure

It's been reported that Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas bassist Kei passed away on January 12 at his home due to acute heart failure. 

The band's official website announced that Kei's funeral was already held on January 15 at the will of his family. Due to his death, the release of their new album, their tour, and their event 'MEGA VEGAS' will be cancelled for the time being. While the band plans to continue their activities, they commented, "It would make us happy if you would watch over us warmly until the day we see everybody again." 

Kei Komuro Starts Ny Law School

Kei Komuro starts NY law school

Kei Komuro, whose engagement with Japanese Princess Mako was postponed in February, has begun attending law school in the US state of New York.

Komuro is a university friend of the princess, who is the eldest daughter of Prince and Princess Akishino, and a granddaughter of Emperor Akihito.

Yasuda Kei Announces The Birth Of Her First Child

Yasuda Kei announces the birth of her first child

Former Morning Musume member Yasuda Kei has announced the birth of her first child. 

In a fax announcement, Yasuda announced that she gave birth to a baby boy on January 7. Both mother and baby are in healthy condition, and things are going well after birth. She plans on continuing her work while cherishing her time with her son. 

Japanese Kei Car Battling Against High Taxes And Falling Sales

Japanese Kei Car Battling Against High Taxes And Falling Sales

The much-loved Japanese kei car is facing an uphill battle on the back of high taxes for the compact cars.

Short for Kei Jidoasha (light cars), keis have been a staple in Japan’s thriving automotive sector ever since World War II but their popularity is diminishing on the back of government taxes on petrol and sales.