The existence of HONEY can be confirmed by this blog post published by SAMMY of BILLY & THE SLUTS, in which he states that "HONEY was the bassist of DECAMERON when RUMIE was still our guitarist". Dates and further details are unknown.
DECAMERON (デカメロン) forms.
By the end of the year, Machami secedes.
Naoki / Andy / Kazzy / Machami
Naoki / Andy / Kazzy
Take-chan and Ryollan join.
Drummer Youichi Sasahara (笹原 陽一) plays support drums.
Decameron leaves Free-Will Records and are signed to Burns Record.
Decameron leaves Burns Record and are signed to Tokuma Japan Communications' sub-label, Japan Records.
Decameron's last concert date on their Electric Revolution '96 tour and possibly their last concert.
Decameron has a one-night revival.
Decameron reunites again for one night at Live Buzz Kyoto. Naoki, Andy, and Ryollan are the former members that took part in the concert.
DECAMERON announces its revival to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
Naoki / abe / Ryollan / Take-chan
DECAMERON's second performance of the year has caya as a second guitarist.
Naoki / abe / caya / Ryollan / Take-chan
An early Free-Will Records band that was best known featuring Naoki, the older brother of Sceana (Kamaitachi, Genkaku Allergy).