Chisato Moritaka (森高 千里, Moritaka Chisato?, born April 11, 1969) was born in Osaka, Japan and raised in Kumamoto, Kyushu, Japan. She rose to talent awareness as the winner of the "Pocari Sweat Image Girl Contest" in 1986. Her singing career as the unrivaled "Dance Queen" began in May 1987 with the release of her first album, New Season. She differed from many other female Idol Singers in Japan in that she wrote her own lyrics and some music for her albums. She also played drums on most of the tracks, as well as piano, clarinet, and other instruments.