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|Billboard Japan Music Awards|
|Awarded for||Achievements in music|
|Presented by||Billboard Japan|
The awards honor artists, both Japanese and foreign, who had achieved best results in Billboard Japan charts during the year. Different awards are based on different formulas, combining both chart data and votes from the public. The main award, Artist of the Year, is determined solely by popular vote.
The awards are given at an annual awards show featuring performances by celebrated artists. The first awards ceremony was held in 2010.
The awards ceremony has taken place in December–February. The 2009 and 2010 awards were broadcast on Fuji TV Next, since 2011 on Osaka TV and Tokyo TV.
|Year||Artist of the Year||Hot 100 of the Year||Top album of the Year|
|2009||Exile||B'z – "Ichibu to Zenbu"||Exile – Exile Ballad Best|
|2010||Arashi – "Troublemaker"||Exile – Aisubeki Mirai e|
|2011||AKB48||AKB48 – "Everyday, Katyusha"||Mr. Children – Sense|
|2012||AKB48 – "Manatsu no Sounds Good!"||Mr. Children – Mr. Children 2005–2010 ＜macro＞|
|2013||AKB48 – "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"||Arashi – Love|
|2014||Kana Nishino||Arashi – "Guts!"||Various Artists – Frozen (soundtrack)|
|2015||Sandaime J Soul Brothers – "Ryusei"||Arashi – Japonism|
|2016||AKB48||AKB48 – "Tsubasa wa Iranai"||Arashi – Are You Happy?|
|2017||Gen Hoshino||Gen Hoshino – "Koi"||Namie Amuro – Finally|
|Year||Best New Artist||Publisher Award||Daiwa House Award|
|2009||Yusuke Kamiji||Judith Hill, BoA||Vamps||After School||—|
|2011||Kaoru to Tomoki, Tamani Mook||Saori Yuki||—||Gummy||BIGMAMA|
|2013||Kera Kera||—||—||—||Morning Musume|
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