On September 21, 2005, Perfume made its major label debut under the label Tokuma Japan Communications.
They released "Linear Motor Girl", which charted on the Oricon charts at number 99.
Nowadays she lives in Hiroshima and works at YNN47.
In March 2002, Perfume debuted in Hiroshima with the single "Omajinai Perori".
They followed up the release with "Kareshi Boshūchū" in November of that same year.
However, it was not until 2008 where the group's seventh single "Polyrhythm", which was chosen to be the theme song of a recycle campaign by NHK, that they started to receive major attention in Japan.
The single peaked at number seven on the Oricon charts, becoming their first Top 10 single in Japan, and since then, all of their subsequent works starting with their eighth single "Baby Cruising Love" have debuted within the Top 3 of the charts.
Over the years, Perfume has been one of the most successful acts in Asian music.
The group's musical structure has been identified as "technopop".
A year later they moved to Tokyo, started to work with Capsule's producer Yasutaka Nakata and released their first nationwide indie single, "Sweet Donuts" on August 6, 2003.
In 2005 they got a major contract deal with Tokuma Japan Communications, and released their major debut single "Linear Motor Girl" on September 21.
She later joined another group called Risky, and then attempted a solo career as Yuka.
She graduated from the Hiroshima University of Economics in 2011.
Both singles were only sold in Hiroshima under Momiji Label.