If you'll permit me to extend rock to metal, then yes.
And those are just 1/10000th of the Japanese ones...it might take days to list them all out.
Anything with Kenichi Asai in front of it - best (or at least most distinctive) voice in Japanese rock. Whether its the formidable Blankey Jet City, or more recently Sherbets or Jude, this is about the best J-indie has to offer.
Try the relatively commercial Sweet Days from Blankey Jet City
or a little more recently Grape Juice by Sherbets