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Kyo can refer to:

Anime and manga
  • Demon Eyes Kyo, a character in the manga series Samurai Deeper Kyo
  • Kyo, a manga comic created by Ryōji Minagawa in 1996
  • Kyo Sohma, a character in the manga and anime series Fruits Basket
  • An alias of English singer-songwriter Carol Leeming
  • Kyo (band), a French rock band
  • Kyo (musician), Japanese musician, poet and singer-songwriter; vocalist for the Japanese metal band Dir En Grey
  • Three villages in County Durham, England:
    • East Kyo
    • West Kyo
    • New Kyo
  • another name for Kyoto, a city in Japan
  • Kyo Kusanagi, one of the main characters of the King of Fighters series of video games
  • Kyō Fujibayashi, a character in the visual novel Clannad


Category:Japanese unisex given names

Kyo (musician)

is a Japanese musician, poet and singer-songwriter. He is best known as the vocalist of the metal band Dir en grey. He has been with the band since its inception in 1997 and was formerly in La:Sadie's. Kyo was inspired to become a musician when he saw a picture of Buck-Tick vocalist Atsushi Sakurai on the desk of a junior high school classmate. His vocals span a tenor range.

Kyo (band)

Kyo is a French rock band with lead vocals by Benoît Poher. The band was active from 1997 to 2005 with three albums Kyo (2000), Le Chemin (2003) and 300 Lésions (2004) and a string of singles. It announced a hiatus in 2005 without a definite break-up. In 2006, Kyo was involved in launching " L'Or de nos vies" written by Kyo and its lead singer Benoît Poher for the Fighting AIDS charity in 2006. Kyo had a comeback in 2013 with the album L'équilibre.


Kyō may refer to:

  • Someone in the List of Kanto gym leaders
  • Kyō no Go no Ni

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Kyo (album)

Kyo is the self-titled debut album by French rock band Kyo and was released in 2000.