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Information
Broadcaster NHK
Appearances
Appearances 23 (19 finals)
First appearance 01
Best result 1st: 04
Worst result 15th SF: 23

Japan has participated in the Own Asiavision Song Contest 23 times since making its debut at the first contest. The country won the fourth edition with Perfume and their song "Pick Me Up".

Contestants[]

Table key
     Winner
     Second place
     Third place
     Last place
     Automatically qualified to the final
     Did not qualify to the final
     Did not qualify to the semi-finals
     Withdrawn or disqualified
     Did not compete
Ed Artist Song Final Points Semi Points
#01 Elisa "Realism" 12 53 No semi-finals
#02 Luna Haruna "Sora Wa Takaku Kaze Wa Utau" 13 57
#03 Garnidelia "Mirai" 13 69
#04 Perfume "Pick Me Up" 1 146
#05 Perfume "Spending All My Time" 17 44
Did not participate
#08 Miliyah Kato "Future Lover" 14 50 No semi-finals
#09 Crystal Kay feat. Namie Amuro "Revolution" 6 88
#10 Kana Nishino "Moshimo unmei no hito ga iru no nara" 12 79 "Big 10" Member
#11 The Winking Owl "Here for You" 3 128
#12 Wagakki Band "Akatsukino Ito" 17 63
#13 Perfume "Flash" 8 93 3 172
#14 One Ok Rock "Mighty Long Fall" 11 122 6 99
#15 Namie Amuro "Mint" 6 125 4 96
#16 Ladybaby "Nippon manjuu" 19 71 "Big 6" Member
Did not participate
#18 Tokyo Girls' Style "Water Lily" Failed to qualify 11 65
#19 Kyary Pamyu Pamyu "Harajuku iyahoi" 11 65
#20 The Winking Owl "Try" 11 57
#21 Reol "Gekihaku" 7 105 6 85
#22 Kenshi Yonezu "Uma to shika" 7 132 4 92
#23 Radwimps "Sparkle" Failed to qualify 15 40
#24 Milet "Inside You" 7 154 3 110
#25 Yurina Hirate "Dance no riyuu" 4 158 4 115
#26 Chanmina "Bijin" 24 48 "Big 6" Member
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