Tsuyoshi Domoto, Johnny’S, Koichi Domoto, Instagram, Takuya Kimura

Tsuyoshi Domoto, Johnny’S

KinKi Kids' Tsuyoshi Domoto joins Instagram on his birthday

Domoto uploaded an IGTV clip that shows him jamming away on an electric guitar with the caption “Endrecheri music”.

14/4/2021 1:00:00 PM

Domoto uploaded an IGTV clip that shows him jamming away on an electric guitar with the caption “Endrecheri music”.

If you find Domoto familiar, you may have seen him as Kindaichi in the Japanese live-action mystery drama The Kindaichi Case Files.

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