Top 10 Best Japanese Rock Bands

X Japan: One of the pioneers of visual kei and symphonic rock, X Japan has had a profound impact on Japanese rock music since the 1980s.

The Gazette: Combining elements of visual kei, alternative rock, and metal.

RADWIMPS: With their melodic rock sound and emotive lyrics, RADWIMPS has become one of Japan's most popular rock bands.

ONE OK ROCK: Blending pop-punk, alternative rock, and emo influences.

MUCC: Formed in 1997, MUCC has gained a reputation for their eclectic sound, blending elements of punk, alternative rock, and metal.

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Maximum the Hormone: Mixing punk, metal, and hardcore elements with a sense of humor.

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L'ArcenCiel: Formed in 1991, L'ArcenCiel is one of the most commercially successful rock bands in Japan.

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Dir En Grey: Known for their experimental approach to metal and visual kei aesthetics.

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B'z: With over 80 million records sold in Japan, B'z is one of the country's best-selling music acts.

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Asian Kung-Fu Generation: Known for their indie rock sound and introspective lyrics.

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