Legendary Japanese rock star recently donated 10 million yen ($90,000) in support of multiple Meals on Wheels branches across Los Angeles.
Yoshiki, who has been living in Los Angeles for the past 20 years, made the generous donation through his non-profit organization Yoshiki Foundation America.
Yoshiki, a member of legendary Japanese rock band X Japan, has announced his large donation to the Australian wildfires.
On Tuesday, the 54-year-old musician stated that his U.S.-based non-profit organization, Yoshiki Foundation America, will donate a $50,000 grant to the Australian Red Cross for a disaster relief and recovery effort for the ongoing wildfires which has been blazing since June, according to LiveDoor as translated by SoraNews24.
The 53-year-old musician shared the post on his social media accounts on June 12, showing a private dinner that he had with Chan, who is said to be a “prominent and outspoken supporter of the Communist Party of China,” according to SoraNews24.
A new series of Japanese television ads for egg company Akita shows rock legend Yoshiki Hayashi – or simply known and referred to as just Yoshiki – of heavy metal band X Japan, tucking in a freakishly adorable cat mascot with scrambled eggs.
It starts off pretty much ordinarily with Yoshiki cooking a scrambled egg meal on a frying pan with a voice over from the cute cat mascot Kiyonya – who is, by the way, made up of ketchup rice – in the background, according to SoraNews24.
Legendary musician Yoshiki’s presence on the cover of Vogue Japan is the first time in its 18 year history that the publication has ever featured a Japanese man.
I was still bleeding from surgery at the time, but it was worth it. Thanx everyone.Xx 表紙 ” @voguejapan First Japanese Male on the cover of #VOGUE JAPAN”. 2017 October Issue COMING SOON. @yoshikiofficial & model: @micarganaraz in @ysl Photographers: @luigiandiango Fashion Editor: @patrickmackieinsta Hair: @luigimurenu Makeup: @yumilee_muaManicure: @ginaedwards_ Casting: @pg_dmcasting Producer: Paul Preiss at @preisscreative #voguejapan #yoshiki #xjapan @voguemagazine