Four Leaves

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Four Leaves
Years active1967 (1967)–1978
2002 (2002)–2009
LabelsCBS Sony
Past membersToshio Egi
Koji Kita
Masao Orimo
Eiji Nagata
Takashi Aoyama

Four Leaves (フォーリーブス, Fō Rībusu) was a Japanese boy band from the talent agency Johnny & Associates. Four Leaves was one of the earliest acts produced by the agency, and the four-member group first formed in 1967 and made their record debut with the single "Olivia no Shirabe" (オリビアの調べ) the following year.[1] They disbanded in 1978 due to popularity loss, but they reunited in 2002 until 2009.[1]


  • Toshio Egi (1967-1978, 2002-2009)
  • Kōji Kita (1967-1978, 2002-2009; died 2012)
  • Masao Orimo (1967-1978, 2002-2009)
  • Takashi Aoyama (1968-1978, 2002-2009; died 2009)
  • Eiji Nagata (1967-1968)


  1. ^ a b "Four Leaves' Aoyama dies of cancer". Tokyograph. 2009-01-29. Retrieved 2009-12-08.