Universal D

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Universal D
Parent company Universal Music Group
Country of originJapan
Location Akasaka and Aoyama
Official website universal-music.co.jp/universal-d/

Universal D is a record label division under the Universal Music Group in Japan.


Artists and projects [1]

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  1. "Artists" . Retrieved 10 December 2013.