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AmiYumi was the name of Puffy's first CD. It was released on July 22, 1996 and contained 7 songs. CD Page.

Ayumi is a book released in 2006 to commemorate Puffy's ten year anniversary together. Its 224 pages long and includes long interviews, a manga and a special picture section with some rare personal shots of Ami and Yumi. Books page.

Paul Bevoir wrote the song Tadaima (I'm Home) from the SoloSolo CD. Paul Bevoir MySpace Page.

Boon! Puffy! Boon! Vol 2 is a 106 page magazine-sized picture book. It features dozens of full size pictures of Ami and Yumi and a Puffy history timeline. Book Page.

Clips DVD was released in 2000 and features seven music videos interspersed with live performance footage. DVD Page.

Copycat Killer aka "Mohou-han" was a 2002 Japanese movie that featured a brief cameo by Ami and Yumi. Movie Page.

FeverFever is a 15 track Puffy CD released in Japan on June 23, 1999. CD Page.

FeverFever DVD features thirteen live songs from the 1999 FeverFever tour. DVD Page.

John Fields has played bass on a large number of Andy Sturmer's songs for Puffy.

59 is an 8 track CD released in Japan on March 31, 2004. CD List.

Takashi Furuta has been playing drums for Puffy for eleven years and has produced several of their songs. Biography.

Anders Hellgren and David Myhr of the Merrymakers have written or produced four songs for Puffy including three in 2007. Biography.

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi was an American-made cartoon that featuring animated versions of Ami and Yumi. It ran for two seasons on the Cartoon Network from 2004 to 2006. Hi Hi Page.

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi CD was a 14 track CD released in the US on November 16, 2004 and in Japan on May 11, 2005. CD Page.

Hi Hi Puffy Bu was a series of ten minutes programs that aired on TV Asahi in 2006. Each show featured Ami and Yumi doing some type of fun activity. TV Asahi website.

Hi Hi Puffy English is a 60 page English/Japanese phrase book. The book was a tie-in with their 2005-2006 radio show J-wave. Book Page.

Hit and Fun is a 20-track greatest hits CD that was released in Japan on February 14, 2007. The bonus version came with a mini-CD with four additional songs. CD Page.

The Hit Parade is a ten track Puffy CD of cover tunes. It was released in Japan on February 20, 2002. CD Page.

Dexter Holland wrote the song Tokyo I'm On My Way from the Splurge CD and got into some controversy when it was discovered his song had many similarities to an earlier song called "Tokyo" by the Dutch rock group Gruppo Sportivo.

Honeycreeper is a 13 track CD released in Japan on September 26, 2007. CD Page.

An Illustrated History is 17 track greatest hits CD released on February 20, 2002. CD Page.

Yosui Inoue, one of Japan's most successful songwriters, has written music for Puffy for eleven years. Biography.

Jet is a 13 track CD that was released in Japan on April 1, 1998. CD List.

Jet Tour 1998 DVD features 16 live songs from their 98' Jet tour. DVD Page.

Teruhiko Kobashi aka Teru, the lead singer of Glay, married Ami Onuki in 2002. They have one daughter together. Biography.

Let's Go! DVD features the first season of the Cartoon Network show Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. DVD Page.

Linus of Hollywood co-wrote the single Kimi ga Suki. Original Interview. Linus of Hollywood MySpace Page.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2005 featured Ami and Yumi with their own float and balloon to promote their Cartoon Network show Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. Picture 1. Picture 2.

Mashima Masatoshi wrote two songs for their 2007 CD Honeycreeper. Biography.

The Merrymakers duo of Anders Hellgren and David Myhr have written or produced four songs for Puffy including three in 2007. Biography.

David Myhr and Anders Hellgren of the Merrymakers have written or produced four songs for Puffy including three in 2007. Biography.

Takamune Negishi has been Puffy's bass player for many years. Biography.

The Neighbor No. Thirteen aka Rinjin 13-go was a 2004 Japanese horror movie that Yumi acted in. Movie Page.

Nice is a Puffy CD that was released in Japan on January 22, 2003 with 12 tracks and in the US on August 12, 2003 with 13 tracks. CD Page.

Takanori Nishikawa aka TM Revolution was married to Yumi Yoshimura from 1999 to 2003. Biography.

  

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Tamio Okuda was Puffy's first producer who helped to create their distinctive sound. Biography.

Nao Omori is a Japanese actor who is believed to be currently dating Yumi Yoshimura. Picture 1. Picture 2. Imdb entry.

Susumu Osada has been Puffy's guitar player for many years. Biography.

Pa Pa Pa Pa Puffy was a TV variety show that Puffy hosted from 1997 to 2002 on the Japanese television station Asahi. Pa Pa Page.

Pa Pa Pa Pa Puffy Vol 1-3 are three companion books to their TV show. They feature hundreds of pictures from their show and interviews with dozens of Japanese celebrities. Books Page.

PRMX (Puffy Re-Mix Project) was a 12 track CD featuring remixes of Puffy songs. It was released in 1999.

PRMX Turbo was a 14 track CD featuring remixes of Puffy songs. It was released in 2006.

Puffy (Ami & Yumi no ii kanji densetsu) is a book published in 1997 that documents Ami and Yumi's early years. Books Page.

Puffy Daikichi (Excellent Luck) is a 195 page book that was published in 1999. It includes three long interviews and many color and black and white pictures. Books Page.

Rock Forever! DVD features the second season of the Cartoon Network show Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. DVD Page.

Run! Puffy! Run! is a 160 book that documents Puffy's 1997 visit to the US. Books Page.

Run! Puffy! Run! DVD documents Puffy's 1996 visit to the US. Highlights include visiting New York, Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Vegas and Los Angeles amid ongoing car problems. DVD Page.

Yuta Saito has played keyboards for Puffy for many years. Biography.

Masanori Sasaji produced Puffy's forth CD Fever Fever. Biography.

Seiji of Guitar Wolf appears on the video for Teen Titans. Biography.

Smile is a manga book published in 2002. Ami drew the comics and Yumi wrote the story. Book Page.

SoloSolo is a 14 track double CD released in Japan on August 6, 1997. Ami and Yumi both have a CD of solo songs. CD Page.

Sore wa nanika tota zune tara (Puffy 1996/2000) is a 190 page book published in 2000. It documents Puffy's early career and includes many pictures and interviews. Book Page.

Spike is a Puffy CD released in Japan on October 12, 2000 with 13 tracks. It was released in the US on May 1, 2001 with 15 tracks. CD Page.

Spike Daisakusen DVD was released in 2001 and contains footage from their Spike Tour. DVD Page.

Splurge is a Puffy CD that was released on July 25, 2006 in the US with 16 songs. A Japanese version with 15 songs was released on June 28, 2006. CD Page.

Andy Sturmer aka the "Godfather" of Puffy is the producer and songwriter who coined Puffy's name and has been a driving force in their international success. Biography.

Pierre Taki has written lyrics for several Puffy songs.

Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra have worked with Puffy on several projects. Biography.

Tour! Puffy! Tour! DVD features highlights from Puffy's 1997 tour of Japan, including eleven songs. DVD Page.

Tour! Puffy! Tour! 10 Final DVD feature live footage from their 2006 Splurge/10th Anniversary tour and a behind the scenes documentary. DVD Page.

The Velvet Crush produced three songs from Ami's CD on the album SoloSolo.

The Very Best of Puffy was a greatest hits CD released in Japan on July 5, 2000 with 20 songs. CD Page.

Butch Walker has written and produced a pair of songs on both Splurge and the Honeycreeper album. Interview.

Walking the Dog aka "Inu to Arukeba: Chirori to Tamura" was a 2004 movie that Yumi acted in. Movie Page.

Sawao Yamanaka wrote a pair of songs for their 2007 Honeycreeper CD. Biography.

Kazuya Yoshii of the group the Yellow Monkey wrote the song Kuchibiru Motion (Lip Motion) from the Honeycreeper CD. Kazuya Yoshii official site. Yellow Monkey official site.