Dambara Ruru (段原瑠々)[N1] is a Japanese idol as a member of Juice=Juice under Hello! Project. She initially joined Hello! Project as an Hello Pro Kenshuusei on September 22, 2013 and was formally introduced on December 7, 2013 alongside six other girls.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Dambara Ruru, December 2020

Dambara Ruru, June 2020

Dambara Ruru, March 2020

Dambara Ruru, July 2019

Dambara Ruru, June 2019

Dambara Ruru, February 2019

Dambara Ruru, August 2018

Dambara Ruru, April 2018

Dambara Ruru, August 2017

Dambara Ruru, June 2017

Dambara Ruru, March 2017

Dambara Ruru, September 2016

Dambara Ruru, May 2016

Dambara Ruru, February 2016

Dambara Ruru, May 2015

Dambara Ruru, March 2015

Dambara Ruru, February 2014

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Dambara Ruru was born on May 7, 2001 in Otake, Hiroshima, Japan.

Prior to participating in the Morning Musume 12ki Member "Mirai Shoujo" Audition, she was a 19th generation student of Actor's School Hiroshima.

2013[edit | edit source]

Dambara participated in the 12th generation auditions, and made it to the finals, but she failed to join.

On September 15, Dambara graduated from Actor's School Hiroshima.

On September 22, a self-introduction video of Dambara was uploaded to the Hello Pro Kenshuusei YouTube channel,[1] revealing that she was a new member of the program.

On December 7, Dambara was officially introduced as a Hello Pro Kenshuusei at the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2013 ~12gatsu no Nama Tamago Show!~ alongside Yamaki Risa, Yokogawa Yumei, Niinuma Kisora, Oura Hirona, Haga Akane and Funaki Musubu, all seven girls did a dance performance of Juice=Juice's "Watashi ga Iu Mae ni Dakishimenakya ne".

2014[edit | edit source]

On January 12, Dambara participated in Hello! Project 2014 WINTER ~GOiSU MODE~'s Hiroshima concert, she also handed out momiji manju to the members of Hello! Project backstage.

Dambara participated in the opening act and as a back dancer for the Morning Musume '14 Concert Tour Haru ~Evolution~.

On May 4, Dambara won the best performance award with 248 votes at the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2014 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~ event for her performance of "Memory Seishun no Hikari".

2015[edit | edit source]

Dambara participated in the opening act and a as back-up dancer for the ℃-ute Concert Tour 2015 Aki ~℃an't STOP!!~.

On May 4, Dambara was the runner-up for the judge's singing award at the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2015 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~ event, for her performance of "GOOD BYE Natsuo".

2016[edit | edit source]

Dambara participated in the opening act and as a back dancer for the ℃-ute Concert Tour 2016 Haru ~℃ONCERTO~.

2017[edit | edit source]

Dambara participated in the opening act and as a back dancer for the ℃-ute Concert Tour 2017 Haru ~℃elebration~.

On May 5, at the Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2017 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~ event, it was announced that she would debut alongside Ichioka Reina and Kawamura Ayano in the near future.[2][3] She also won the best performance award with 548 votes for her performance of "Give me Love".

On June 26, it was announced through a special episode of Hello! Project Station that Dambara would be joining Juice=Juice along with Yanagawa Nanami as new members.[4] They began performing with the group in the Hello! Project 2017 SUMMER concert tour[5][6] and Juice=Juice LIVE AROUND 2017 ~Seven Horizon~.[7]

On August 11, Dambara and the four other members promoted from Hello Pro Kenshuusei released a digital song titled "Gobaku ~We Can't Go Back~".

2018[edit | edit source]

On May 8, Dambara celebrated her 17th birthday at a fanclub event titled Juice=Juice Dambara Ruru Birthday Event 2018, featuring three shows at TOKYO FM HALL.

2019[edit | edit source]

On May 8, she celebrated her 18th birthday at a fanclub event titled Juice=Juice Dambara Ruru Birthday Event 2019, featuring two shows at Mynavi BLITZ Akasaka.

On September 6, Dambara sang the national anthem at the Hiroshima Toyo Carp home game against the Hashin Tigers at MAZDA Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima.[8][9]

2020[edit | edit source]

On February 6, it was announced that Dambara Ruru started to feel some pain in her right foot the day before, which turned out to be a sesamoid bone fracture. As a result, she did not dance and only sang during concert performances of Hello! Project 2020 Winter and Juice=Juice LIVE TOUR 2020 ~NEW SENSATION~ for about a month.[10][11]

On February 9, it was announced that Dambara would star in Hajimete wo Keikenchuu, SKY PerfecTV!'s 49th Twitter morning drama series that would be posted every day from February 17 to February 22.[12]

On May 8, she was set to celebrate her 19th birthday at a fanclub event titled Juice=Juice Dambara Ruru Birthday Event 2020. It was later cancelled due to the government's declaration of emergency following the spread of the coronavirus getting worse.[13] The event was eventually rescheduled for September 8.

On July 12, she opened up an official Instagram account.

On October 25, she participated in an episode of TV Tokyo's THE Karaoke ★ Battle.[14]

On November 17, it was announced that she and Inaba Manaka would appear as guest judges for an online university and graduate school level dance competition titled Bokura no Online Gakuen-sai. The song assigned was Juice=Juice's ""Hitori de Ikiraresou" tte Sore tte Nee, Homete Iru no?". The online judging event took place on December 16.[15][16]

2021[edit | edit source]

On May 7, she celebrated her 20th birthday at a fanclub event titled Juice=Juice Dambara Ruru Birthday Event 2021, featuring two shows at Ota Ward Residents Hall Aprico Hall in Tokyo.

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

She has an older sister named Riri, who is a former member of the group SPL∞ASH.

When Dambara joined Juice=Juice, she was a first year high school student. In March 2020, Dambara graduated from high school. [17] On August 10, 2020, she revealed that her piano teacher had passed away. In tribute to her teacher, she posted a cover of "Suppin to Namida." onto the official Juice=Juice YouTube channel.[18][19]

The following list are notable friendships Dambara Ruru has acquired:

Here is a list of nicknames that have been used to refer to Dambara Ruru:

  • Danbaran (だんばらん): Her first official nickname, given to her when she first joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei.
  • Runrun (るんるん): Her second official nickname when she was in Hello Pro Kenshuusei.
  • Dan-chan (だんちゃん): Used by Taguchi Natsumi,[20] Nomura Minami,[21] and Kanazawa Tomoko.[22]
  • Ruru-tan (るるたん): Used by Inoue Hikaru.[23]
  • Ruru-chan (るるちゃん): Another one of her nicknames when she was in Hello Pro Kenshuusei.[24] Used by Miyazaki Yuka and Kanazawa Tomoko.[25][26]
  • Ruu-chan (るーちゃん): Used by Miyamoto Karin,[27] Uemura Akari,[28] Yanagawa Nanami,[29] and Takagi Sayuki.[30]

Profile[edit | edit source]

  • Hobbies: Watching DVDs and videos of Hello! Project seniors, collecting character goods, making omelets
  • Special Skills: Singing, Dancing, Piano, being able quickly memorizing songs
  • Favorite Music Genre: Ballad
  • Favorite Food: Hamburger, mother's cheesecake
  • Favorite Color: Pink, Orange
  • Favorite Sports: Music, Athletics, Dodgeball
  • Charm Point: Her love for singing, bedhead
  • Motto: "Doryoku wa kanarazu mukuwareru!" (努力は必ず報われる!; Efforts will be rewarded by all means!)
  • Favorite Hello! Project Songs: "One・Two・Three", "ROCK Erotic", "Bishoujo Shinri", "Only you", "Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke", "Help me!!"
  • Looks Up To: Sayashi Riho

Works[edit | edit source]

Magazines[edit | edit source]


TV Programs[edit | edit source]

Web Dramas[edit | edit source]

  • [2020] Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (初めてを経験中) (SKY PerfecTV! Twitter)

Theater[edit | edit source]


Internet[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the March 2014 issue of Gekkan Entame, she was ranked as the 2nd member who "eats the most" in Hello Pro Kenshuusei.[31]
  • She wanted to join Hello Pro Kenshuusei because she thought she could get her skills up.
  • For her, the hardest thing about joining Hello Pro Kenshuusei was people telling her, "But you made it so far in the auditions..."
  • She thinks she won't lose to any other member in singing.
  • She wants to be an idol that is admired by everyone.
  • She is the second Hello! Project member from Actors School Hiroshima, the first being Sayashi Riho.
  • When asked why she wanted to join Morning Musume, she replied that when she would go to their  concerts, the members seemed to shine and she thought "Ah, I want to do that too!".
  • She says she wants to do solos. She wants to convey her energy to the people listening to her singing and for them to be moved.
  • When asked who she aspires to be like in Hello! Project, she said Sayashi Riho. She sees her as a "dai-senpai," and says that her dance isn't even comparable to Sayashi's. Upon joining Hello Pro Kenshuusei, she wants to work hard to get even a little bit more closer to her(in terms of aspiring to be like her).
  • Her Hello Pro Kenshuusei rivals were her generation-mates, especially Funaki Musubu. They were rivals in the Morning Musume audition, and they all joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei at the same time, so she doesn't want to lose to any of them.
  • Before her first Kenshuusei performance, she was nervous, because she had spent most of her time in lessons just watching herself and others, but now other people were going to be watching her. She was happy seeing the audience wave their glowsticks in time with their dance.
  • Her dream was to join Morning Musume after getting a lot of lessons and practice in Hello Pro Kenshuusei. If she can't join Morning Musume, she'd be happy to join a new unit.
  • Tsunku's comments: "You can't call yourself a pro if you don't have both the rhythm and a heart-felt song down. You can't just be good, you need to feel the more subtle rhythms and include emotions, so I want you to try copying more and more of the world's best singers to get to that point. Memorize everything about all the female singers you can."
  • According to an interview with JUNON in July 2014, Dambara hopes on getting a red member color.
  • She has the same birthday as Morning Musume 5th generation member Konno Asami, former Hello Pro Kenshuusei member Maeda Irori and Morning Musume 10th generation member Sato Masaki.
  • She went to karaoke many times with her mother to practice Hatsukoi Cider.
  • In an interview with Top Yell in July 2016, Dambara was nicknamed "The Future Legend".
  • Her future goal is to make people happy and give them energy.
  • Her family is always telling her to stop being so noisy, but she can't help wanting to sing.
  • When she hears her older sister singing, Ruru joins in and sings in harmonization.
  • She won't lose to other Kenshuusei in her love for music.
  • Her appeal was singing some of Matsuura Aya's Zutto Suki de Ii Desu ka.
  • She wants to challenge her shyness.
  • Haga Akane's debut was the most surprising to her. She was more mentally prepared for the debuts after that.
  • With many of the girls from her generation getting into groups before her, she had thought about quitting. She'd actually gone out and said that she wanted to quit three times. But when asked in return if she'd quit if that were the case, she'd reply 'It's not like I particularly want to quit!' and keep at it. She's competitive, and is the type who doesn't want to quit until she gets some sort of result.
  • When her group had yet to be made known, Morning Musume would have been her first choice. But she was happy to have gotten into Juice=Juice. It hadn't crossed her mind as a possibility because the group had never taken in new members before.
  • She's the last of her generation to debut in Hello! Project.

Honorary Titles[edit | edit source]

Honorary titles

Preceded by
Yanagawa Nanami

Youngest member of Juice=Juice
March 12, 2019 - June 13, 2019

Succeeded by
Matsunaga Riai

See Also[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ ^ Prior to 2018, her name was romanized as "Danbara Ruru". On March 30, 2018, she made a blog post stating that her last name would officially be romanized as "Dambara" from the point onwards. She stated that it is easier for international fans to read and that it is also the romanization used on official documents such as her passport.[32]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3NODXJWeOM
  2. "Hallo!Project研修生発表会2017〜春の公開実力診断テスト〜" (in Japanese). Kumai Yurina Official Blog. 2017-05-05.
  3. Hirose Ayaka. "涙、涙に包まれて。、大好き♡広瀬彩海" (in Japanese). Kobushi Factory Official Blog. 2017-05-05.
  4. "ハロ!ステ号外 ~ハロー!プロジェクト2017新体制決定スペシャル~" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2017-06-26.
  5. "ハロー!プロジェクト 新体制について" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-06-26.
  6. "[EN] Concerning the new organization in Hello! Project." UP-FRONT LINK. 2017-06-26.
  7. Kanazawa Tomoko. "♪.リハ 金澤朋子" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-07-11.
  8. https://twitter.com/JuiceJuice_uf/status/1166984554940264448
  9. "9/6(金)広島・マツダスタジアムにて、Juice=Juice段原瑠々の国歌斉唱が決定!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2019-08-29. (Archived)
  10. Dambara Ruru. "ご迷惑おかけします 段原瑠々" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2020-02-06.
  11. "Juice=Juice段原瑠々に関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2020-02-06.
  12. https://twitter.com/sptv_fan/status/1226657039268495361
  13. http://www.up-fc.jp/helloproject/sp/news_Info.php?id=15485
  14. https://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/kb/next/
  15. Juice=Juice稲場愛香、段原瑠々「ボクらのオンライン学園祭」出演! (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2020-11-17.
  16. ボクらのオンライン学園祭 (in Japanese). Campusfes. 2020-11-17.
  17. "高校卒業 段原瑠々" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2020-03-18.
  18. "ピアノ 段原瑠々" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2020-08-09.
  19. https://youtu.be/HimnVBbrdNM
  20. Taguchi Natsumi. "いとしのだんちゃん♡▷◁♡*。゚田口夏実" (in Japanese). Kobushi Factory Official Blog. 2015-11-30.
  21. Nomura Minami. "やりきったぁ〜〜!野村みな美" (in Japanese). Kobushi Factory. 2017-02-26.
  22. Kanazawa Tomoko. "♪.リハ 金澤朋子 (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-07-11.
  23. Inoue Hikaru. "井上ひかる" (in Japanese). Hello Pro Kenshuusei Tour Nikki. 2017-02-25.
  24. Dambara Ruru. "大阪2日目!! 段原瑠々" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-07-16.
  25. Miyazaki Yuka. "割 宮崎由加" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-07-30.
  26. Kanazawa Tomoko. "♪.広島 金澤朋子" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-09-02.
  27. Miyamoto Karin. "るーちゃんん☆宮本佳林" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-07-09.
  28. Uemura Akari. "あまいもの… 植村あかり" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-08-03.
  29. Yanagawa Nanami. "吉祥寺♡梁川奈々美" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-07-26.
  30. Takagi Sayuki. "7人ver.。 高木紗友希" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2017-08-29.
  31. "March 2014 Issue Gekkan Entame". Published 2014-01-30.
  32. Dambara Ruru. "M 段原瑠々" (in Japanese). Juice=Juice Official Blog. 2018-03-30.
    Additional Translation: @Momoirofantasy via Twitter. (Post)

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