Tally Hall has opened for them at some of their concerts.
They sing the song "Hajimari no Uta (Song of Origin)" for the 8th Pokemon movie.
They will be touring the East Coast of America again in 2006.
In Japan, they go by the name Puffy.
They appear in the Live Action Segments of the show Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
The girls appeared in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and sang Friends Forever.
They appeared on Fridays and sang the theme song to Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
They were on television for an interview and sang the theme to their show and the theme to Teen Titans.
They guest starred on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Video games released for their cartoon show:
2nd GBA game
Game Cube game
The Genie and the Amp.
Their song, "K2G", was used in the Teen Titans episode Mad Mod.
Singles released in Japan:
Asia No Junshin'
Circuit No Musume
Nagisa ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera
Ai no Shirushi
Tararan/Puffy no Tourmen
Puffy de Rumba
Nichiyohbi no Musumi
Yume no Tamenai
Umo eto/Pool nite
Boogie Woogie Number 5
Akaii Buranko/Planet Tokyo
They sing the Teen Titans theme song.
They called Andy Sturmer the Godfather of Puffy.
Their manager's name is "Kaz Harada".
DVDs Released in Japan:
JET TOUR EXTRA
JET TOUR '98
TOUR! PUFFY! TOUR!
RUN! PUFFY! RUN!
PUFFY SPIKE DAISAKUSEN DVD
Rolling Debut Revue CANADA-USA TOUR 2002
Videos Released in Japan:
RUN! PUFFY! RUN!
TOUR! PUFFY! TOUR!
PUFFY SPIKE DAISAKUSEN VIDEO
Rolling Debut Revue-CANADA-USA TOUR 2002
DVDs Released in America:
Hi HI Puffy AmiYumi: Let's Go Vol. 1
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Rock Forever Vol. 2
Sang a trio version of That's the Way it is with Ayumi Hamasaki on Ayu Ready!, Ayumi's own TV show.
Albums Released in America:
An Illustrated History
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Music From The Series
In the late 1990s, they hosted a popular talk show in Japan called "Pa-Pa-Pa Puffy".
Discovered and put together in "1995".
They hosted a show on Cartoon Network called Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
Toured the "East Coast of America" in 2005.
Ami was born on September 18, 1973 and Yumi was born on January 30, 1975.
They had their own video game released in Japan for the Playstation called "Puffy's P.S. I Love You".
Ami Onuki married "Teru", vocalist for "GLAY", had a baby, & then divorced.
Some of their songs are used on their cartoon show Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
They love scooters. One time, they did a commercial about scooters back in Japan.
Their CD single, "Sunrise", came with a limited edition plastic model of "Captain Gundam".
Ami is "33" and Yumi is "31".
Albums released in Japan:
The Very Best of Puffy/AmiYumi jet fever
The Hit Parade
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: Happy Fun Rock
Music From The Series
Their own cartoon show is now airing in Japan, their home country.
Their song "Asia No Junshin", or "True Asia", was a million dollar hit song and was the name of their first single.
They are Japan's biggest music sensation right now.
They sang the end theme for Mobile Suit Gundam.
Their float for the parade was of the Tour Bus and cartoon versions of themselves from their cartoon show Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.
Their types of music genre are J-Pop and J-Rock.
Their theme song is used in all of their video games for their show.
It has been noted that many of Puffy's songs are heavily influenced by a wide range of artists:
Both Ami and Yumi can play the guitar and they also can play the harmonica.
Ami and Yumi are fans of the band Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Ami wears her watch on her right wrist and Yumi's watch can always be found on her left.
Ami's favorite school subject is art.
Ami's favorite hobby is surfing.
Ami's favorite colors are green and brown.
Yumi's favorite instrument is bass.
Yumi's favorite accessory is necklaces.
Yumi's hairstyle is sometimes straight and sometimes curled.
Yumi's favorite colors are dark blue and black.
Yumi's nickname is Sue.
Ami's nickname is Jane.
Both Ami and Yumi's blood types are "A".
Ami is a Virgo.
Yumi is an Aquarius.
They played a concert in New York.