|Addicted||Domoto Koichi||Mirror - Track 10||romaji, translation,|
|Christmas Night||Da Pump||kanji, romaji, translation,|
|DEEP CALM||MOVE||kanji, romaji, translation,|
|Deep in your heart||Domoto Koichi||Mirror - Track 2
Jyu-Oh-Sei Opening Song
|Gravitation||angela||Golden Age Opening Song||romaji,|
|Kagen no Tsuki||Domoto Koichi||Mirror - Track 5||romaji, translation,|
|KIMI GA TAME||Suara||Yumeji - Track 12
Utawarerumono (anime) Episode 26 Ending Song
|Kouya Ruten||FictionJunction YUUKA||Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto Opening Song||romaji, translation,|
|Kyomu no Arashi||angela||Gravitation single c/w||romaji, translation,|
|Rain of Pain||Da Pump||romaji, translation,|
|Take me to…||Domoto Koichi||Mirror - Track 6||romaji, translation,|
|Towa ni||Suara||Yumeji - Track 2
Utawarerumono (PC game) Ending Song
|Tsuioku no Ame||Domoto Koichi||Mirror - Track 11||romaji, translation,|
Lyrics for J-pop songs are sorted alphabetically by title.
If you are looking for a specific J-pop artist, it may be easier to visit that artist's individual page from the sidebar.
Classification of a few songs as "J-pop" instead of "anime" is somewhat arbitrary -- in general, if I have lyrics for more than one song by that artist, and only one song from that anime, then the song is classified as "J-pop". But there are a few songs in the anime section by notable J-pop artists including "Mosaic Kakera" (SunSet Swish), "Shirushi" (can/goo), and "Inori no Uta" (savage genius).