Hagiwara Mai (萩原舞) is a Japanese apparel designer and former idol under Hello! Project as a member of ℃-ute. She joined Hello! Project Kids in 2002 through the audition and was later put into ℃-ute in 2005. Hagiwara has also taken part in the one-shot unit Kira☆Pika alongside Morning Musume member Kusumi Koharu. She is also a former member of Cat's♥Eye 7 and HI-FIN. Hagiwara decided to retire from the entertainment industry to study English abroad in New Zealand following the disbandment of ℃-ute on June 12, 2017.[1]

In May 2018, she was announced as a design producer for the project &IDOL,[2] and on September 13, 2018, she launched her own clothing brand With Mii.[3]

Biography[edit | edit source]

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Early Life[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara Mai was born on February 7, 1996 in Saitama, Japan.

2002[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara Mai took part in the Hello! Project Kids auditions at the age of 6 and passed, along with fourteen other girls, on June 30. Her audition song was "Te wo Nigitte Arukitai" by Goto Maki.[4]

She made her first appearance in the entertainment industry as a member of 4KIDS, a temporary group that appeared in Minimoni's movie Minimoni the Movie Okashi na Daibouken!.

2003-2004[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara continued her work within Hello! Project Kids, performing alongside Morning Musume at concerts as backup dancers.

In late 2004 Hagiwara took part in her first Hello! Project shuffle unit, H.P. All Stars, taking part alongside all the members of Hello! Project at the time. The shuffle unit released one single and became inactive by January 2005.

2005[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara was assigned as a member of Hello! Project group ℃-ute alongside seven other Hello! Project Kids members.[5] These eight members had been passed over when it came to the forming of Berryz Koubou, which had originally been formed to teach the Hello! Project Kids about being in a group by rotating the line-up amongst the kids. Originally ℃-ute was releasing songs on an indie label, but in 2007 they made their major debut.

2006[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara Mai released four indie singles as a part of ℃-ute in preparation for their major debut in 2007. ℃-ute also released their first album, Cutie Queen VOL.1.

2007[edit | edit source]

On February 21, ℃-ute released their debut single, "Sakura Chirari." On the first day in the Oricon charts it ranked third, a feat not even accomplished by Hello! Project's mother group Morning Musume (who had ranked 6th on their debut single). With their debut single, they became the youngest group (with the average age of 13) to rank in the top 10. Hagiwara provided minor vocals for their debut single.

Hagiwara also joined with Morning Musume's Kusumi Koharu to form a one-shot unit named Kira☆Pika. The group was formed to perform songs for the anime Kirarin☆Revolution, as both girls voiced characters in the series. They released their debut single on August 1.

2008[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara continued her duties within ℃-ute, releasing four singles and a third studio album. She provided minor vocals on ℃-ute's fourth major single, "LALALA Shiawase no Uta".

2009[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara Mai, along with four other members of ℃-ute and Berryz Koubou left the Hello! Project futsal team Gatas Brilhantes H.P.. The members left of their own violition due to feeling that they could not perform as high level players due to their level of ability.

2011[edit | edit source]

On December 15, Hagiwara opened her first Ustream channel called Mai Desu ga... Nani ka?. In the show, Hagiwara invites various Hello! Project members to do activity with her such as talking and cooking.

2012[edit | edit source]

On July 25, it was announced that Hagiwara, Yajima Maimi, Nakajima Saki and Berryz Koubou's Shimizu Saki, Sudo Maasa, Kumai Yurina and Sugaya Risako would be performing in an stage play titled CAT'S♥EYE based on a manga. The stage play ran from September 22 to September 30.

2013[edit | edit source]

On March 2, at Forest For Rest ~SATOYAMA e Ikou~ SATOYAMA movement in YOKOHAMA, Hagiwara was announced a member of the new SATOUMI movement unit, Plumeria (later renamed HI-FIN), along with fellow ℃-ute member Nakajima Saki, S/mileage's Fukuda Kanon, and Morning Musume's Ishida Ayumi and Ikuta Erina.

On July 3, it was announced Hagiwara would be releasing her second photobook called Mai2 on August 5.

2014[edit | edit source]

On January 17, the official site of Hello! Project announced that Hagiwara had a high fever. She was immediately taken to the hospital where she was diagnosed with influenza. For this reason she was not present for the handshake event scheduled that day and she was also not present in the Hello! Project 2014 WINTER concert tour on January 18 and 19.[6]

From February 5 to 7, Hagiwara, Yajima Maimi, and Nakajima Saki celebrated their birthdays in a joint fanclub event called Yajima Maimi・Nakajima Saki・Hagiwara Mai 2014 Birthday Event, which featured six performances in Saitama, Osaka, and Tokyo.

On February 26, Hagiwara featured in a special book called "Graduation -High school graduation- 2014" with four other idols graduating high school that Spring. It contained photos and interviews.

2015[edit | edit source]

On February 5, 6, and 8, Hagiwara, Yajima Maimi, and Nakajima Saki celebrated their birthdays in a joint fanclub event called ℃-ute Yajima Maimi・Nakajima Saki・Hagiwara Mai Birthday Event 2015, featuring four performances in Tokyo.

2016[edit | edit source]

On February 7, Hagiwara and Yajima Maimi celebrated their birthdays in a joint fanclub event called ℃-ute Yajima Maimi & Hagiwara Mai Birthday Event 2016, featuring three performances in Tokyo.

During the last show of ℃-ute's 11th anniversary event on June 11, Hagiwara made an apology after Shukan Bunshun reported and published photos of her walking with a man on the tabloid's web program back in April.[7][8] She admitted the man was a friend and did not think fans would misunderstand, and even considered quitting in order to take responsibility for the problems it caused. However, she spoke to the other ℃-ute members who wanted to continue to work hard together, and Hagiwara stated she would slowly do her best to regain fans' trust and support. Group leader Yajima also made a blog post with similar statements.[9]

On August 20, it was announced that ℃-ute would disband next June at Saitama Super Arena.[10][11]

2017[edit | edit source]

On February 7, Hagiwara and Yajima Maimi celebrated their birthdays in a joint fanclub event called ℃-ute Yajima Maimi & Hagiwara Mai Birthday Event 2017, featuring two performances in Tokyo.

On May 27, Hagiwara announced on her blog that, after the disbandment of ℃-ute on June 12, she would retire from entertainment to live overseas and study English.[1]

2018[edit | edit source]

On February 7, Hagiwara showed her face for the first time since ℃-ute disbanded (between this time, other former ℃-ute members had her face covered in photos) by opening an Instagram account on her 22nd birthday. She announced she was currently studying abroad and was working hard on a career path that is not part of the entertainment world.[12]

On May 31, Hagiwara was announced as the design producer of &IDOL, a committee of former idols led by former Idoling!!! member Ito Yuna who aim to collaborate with various industries to develop a new market with a business concept that is centered on idols (active and retired) and would help grow the economy. Their first project was a beach café named SUMMER&IDOL which was open at Yuigahama in Kamakura Prefecture from July 2 to August 31.[13][2]

On July 2, she announced that she had designed an original T-shirt for the SUMMER&IDOL project under the brand name With Mii which she plans to start as an official company.[14] She established the company on September 13 and opened an official website for it.[3]

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

Hagiwara has an older sister who auditioned for Hello! Project Kids alongside Mai, but failed to pass. She also has a pet dog named Chip-kun. On October 3, 2016, Hagiwara's grandmother passed away. [15]

When Hagiwara joined Hello! Project Kids, she was a first year elementary school student.[4] As of April 2014, she graduated from high school.[16]

Hagiwara most notably gets along with the other ℃-ute members, and Mitsui Aika.

Hagiwara's given name, Mai, means "dance" (舞; mai). "Mai" was the name of a heroine in a manga her mother was reading, and since the character was a very beautiful girl, she was named Mai.[17]

  • Maimai (マイマイ): Official nickname, given her since joining ℃-ute. Used by members and fans.
  • Hagi-chan (萩ちゃん): Second official nickname, given her since joining ℃-ute. Used by members and fans.
  • Hagitty (ハギティ): Derives from mixing "Hagiwara" and "Kitty".

Profile[edit | edit source]

  • Hobby: Riding a unicycle
  • Special Skill: Riding a unicycle
  • Strong Point: Bright, laugh easily, natural airhead
  • Weak Point: I love pranks
  • Habit: Easily holding hands or linking arms with someone
  • Favorite Color: Pink, light blue, orange.
  • Favorite Flower: Lavender
  • Disliked Thing/Thing to do: Studying, cleaning up.
  • Scared of: Cats, ghosts
  • Favorite Movie: "Harry Potter," "Jurassic Park"
  • Favorite Book: "Nezumi-kun no Chokki"
  • Favorite Word: "Daisuki" (I love you/it)
  • Favorite Season: Summer
  • Favorite Food: Strawberries, curry rice
  • Least Favorite Food: Melon, watermelon, green bell peppers.
  • Favorite Song: Genki Jirushi no Oomori Song
  • Charm Point: Dimples

Discography[edit | edit source]

See also: List:Hagiwara Mai Discography Featured In

Single V[edit | edit source]

Solo Songs[edit | edit source]

Solo DVDs[edit | edit source]

Fanclub DVDs[edit | edit source]

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Publications[edit | edit source]

See also: List:Hagiwara Mai Publications Featured In

Solo Photobooks[edit | edit source]

  1. [2009.10.10] Hagiwara Mai (萩原舞)
  2. [2013.08.05] Mai②

Works[edit | edit source]

Movies[edit | edit source]

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TV Programs[edit | edit source]

TV Drama[edit | edit source]

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Theater[edit | edit source]

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Anime[edit | edit source]

  • [2007] Kirarin☆Revolution (きらりん☆レボリューション) (as Mizuki Hikaru)

Internet[edit | edit source]

Commercials[edit | edit source]

  • [2003] Japan Meat Information Service Center - Oh!Niku (日本食肉消費総合センター)

Radio[edit | edit source]

  • [2013] Tokai no Hitorigurashi (都会の一人暮らし) (Radio drama)
  • [2016.10] HELLO! DRIVE! (HELLO! DRIVE! -ハロドラ-) (Fridays)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Hagiwara is the youngest member of the Hello! Project Kids and of ℃-ute.
  • Hagiwara became a member of the Hello! Project Kids shortly before turning 7 years old, making her the youngest member at the time of joining in Hello! Project's history. She held this distinction for nearly seven years until Aiko of Frances & Aiko joined in 2009 shortly after her 6th birthday. Aiko was born after Hagiwara joined Hello! Project.
  • Hagiwara used to hold the record for the youngest participant on NHK's Kouhaku Uta Gassen. She appeared on the 2007 edition at the age of 11, dethroning Morning Musume's Kago Ai (who previously held the record for her 2000 appearance at the age of 12). However, in the 2008 edition Nozomi Ohashi sang the theme song to Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea at age 9, breaking Hagiwara's record. And more recently, Ashida Mana participed in 2011 edition, while she was still 7.
  • She provided the voice for Mizuki Hikaru in the anime Kirarin Revolution.
  • Hagiwara's number while she was in Gatas Brilhantes H.P. was 14.
  • In Episode 36 of Gintama, 3 members of ℃-ute, Okai Chisato, Hagiwara Mai and Suzuki Airi, appear at 14:40 when they start to do the same movements that the dojo does ("Dream Catcher").
  • She wore sunglasses in early music videos and concerts. It was said she had eye surgery when starting out in Hello! Project.
  • She is the only current member of ℃-ute with Type AB blood.
  • She became a lot more popular after her time in the one shot group Kira☆Pika.
  • Shares her birthday with fellow ℃-ute member, Yajima Maimi.
  • Has been called the "fashionista" within ℃-ute.
  • She is very good friends with everyone in ℃-ute.
  • Many Kenshuusei seem to love Hagiwara's perfume and many of them have purchased it. Sato Masaki has also said that she sometimes puts on Hagiwara's perfume before Hello! Con's.
  • She likes to call Suzuki Airi "Suzuko" and regularly writes this nickname for her on her blog.
  • One of her best friends within Hello Project is Mitsui Aika.
  • Suzuki Airi, Okai Chisato, and Nakajima Saki would choose to live with her (if they could choose one member) because of her fun and bright personality. They said she is a "very funny and caring member" which led them to choose her.

See Also[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles[edit | edit source]

Honorary titles

Preceded by
Sugaya Risako

Youngest active member of Hello! Project
May 2005 – April 2009

Succeeded by
Ogawa Saki

Preceded by
First

Youngest member of ℃-ute
June 11, 2005 – June 12, 2017

Succeeded by
Last

Preceded by
Ogawa Makoto

Youngest member of Petitmoni V
January 2009 - January 2011

Succeeded by
Last

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Hagiwara Mai. "今後について 萩原舞" (in Japanese). ℃-ute Official Blog. 2018-02-07.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "アイドルがプロデュースする超絶カワイイビーチカフェが由比ヶ浜に誕生!!「SUMMER&IDOL」 2018年7月2日オープン" (in Japanese). PR Times. 2018-05-31.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "About" (in Japanese). WithMii.jp.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Hello! Morning. Broadcast Date: 2002-06-30.
  5. Tsunku. "℃-ute (キュート) に関して" (in Japanese). Tsunku Official Website. 2005-06-11.
  6. http://www.helloproject.com/news/1301171500_news_hagiwara.html
  7. "℃-ute萩原舞 手つなぎデート報道を号泣釈明「脱退も考えた」" (in Japanese). livedoor NEWS. 2016-06-11.
  8. "Hagiwara Mai." blog-project. Translated: 2016-06-12.
  9. "Celebrating ℃-ute’s 11th anniversary。" blog-project. Translated: 2016-06-12.
  10. "℃-uteに関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-08-20.
  11. "[EN] Announcement concerning ℃-ute." UP-FRONT LINK. 2016-08-20.
  12. https://www.instagram.com/mai_hagiwara_22462/
  13. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bjbsuf2ACfF/
  14. https://www.instagram.com/p/BktjtODgFU5/
  15. http://ameblo.jp/c-ute-official/entry-12208718702.html
  16. "卒業!mai" (in Japanese). ℃-ute Official Gree Blog. 2014-04-16.
  17. Pocket Morning. 2016-11-03. (Translation by Ro-kun)

External Links[edit | edit source]

℃-ute
Members
Current Members Yajima Maimi (Leader) | Nakajima Saki | Suzuki Airi | Okai Chisato | Hagiwara Mai
Former Members Umeda Erika | Murakami Megumi | Arihara Kanna
Discography
Indie Singles 1. Massara Blue Jeans | 2. Soku Dakishimete | 3. Ooki na Ai de Motenashite | 4. Wakkyanai (Z) | 5. Koero! Rakuten Eagles | 6. Akuma de Cute na Seishun Graffiti
Major Singles 1. Sakura Chirari | 2. Meguru Koi no Kisetsu | 3. Tokaikko Junjou | 4. LALALA Shiawase no Uta | 5. Namida no Iro | 6. Edo no Temari Uta II | 7. FOREVER LOVE | 8. Bye Bye Bye! | 9. Shochuu Omimai Moushiagemasu | 10. EVERYDAY Zekkouchou!! | 11. SHOCK! | 12. Campus Life ~Umarete Kite Yokatta~ | 13. Dance de Bakoon! | 14. Aitai Lonely Christmas | 15. Kiss me Aishiteru | 16. Momoiro Sparkling | 17. Sekaiichi HAPPY na Onna no Ko | 18. Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku | 19. Aitai Aitai Aitai na | 20. Kono Machi | 21. Crazy Kanzen na Otona | 22. Kanashiki Amefuri / Adam to Eve no Dilemma | 23. Tokai no Hitorigurashi / Aitte Motto Zanshin | 24. Kokoro no Sakebi wo Uta ni Shitemita / Love take it all | 25. The Power / Kanashiki Heaven (Single Version) | 26. I miss you / THE FUTURE | 27. The Middle Management ~Josei Chuukan Kanrishoku~ / Gamusha LIFE / Tsugi no Kado wo Magare | 28. Arigatou ~Mugen no Yell~ / Arashi wo Okosunda Exciting Fight! | 29. Naze Hito wa Arasoun Darou? / Summer Wind / Jinsei wa STEP! | 30. Mugen Climax / Ai wa Maru de Seidenki / Singing ~Ano Koro no You ni~ | 31. To Tomorrow / Final Squall / The Curtain Rises
Other Singles BeriKyuu: 1. Amazuppai Haru ni Sakura Saku | 2. Chou HAPPY SONG

Collaborations: Makeruna Wasshoi! | Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku

Albums Original: 1. Cutie Queen VOL.1 | 2. ② mini ~Ikiru to Iu Chikara~ | 3. 3rd ~LOVE Escalation!~ | 4. ④ Akogare My STAR | 5. Shocking 5 | 6. Chou WONDERFUL! ⑥ | 7. Dainana Shou "Utsukushikutte Gomen ne" | 8. ⑧ Queen of J-POP | 9. ℃maj9

Best: 1. ℃-ute Nandesu! Zen Single Atsumechaimashita! ① | 2. ② ℃-ute Shinsei Naru Best Album | 3. ℃OMPLETE SINGLE COLLECTION

Concerts & Events
Concerts

Spring Tours: 2007 (Hajimatta yo! Cutie Show, Golden Hatsu Date) | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016
Summer Tours: 2008 | 2009 | 2010
Fall Tours: 2007 | 2013 (Budokan, Tour) | 2014 | 2015 | 2016
Winter Tours: 2012-2013 | 2017
Naruchika: 2014 | 2015 (Spring, Winter) | 2017
Overseas: 2013 (Paris) | 2014 (Taipei) | | 2015 (Mexico) | 2016 (Hong Kong & Taipei) | 2017 (Mexico, Paris)
Others: 2006 | 2007 | 2008 (LOVE Escalation!, ℃-ute no Hi) | 2009 (℃-ute no Hi, FIVE) | 2010 | 2011 (Kiss me Aishiteru, ℃-ute no Hi) | 2012 (Otodama, ℃-ute no Hi) | 2013 | 2014 (Otodama, ℃-ute no Hi) | 2015 (Otodama, ℃-ute no Hi) | 2016 (Otodama, ℃-Fes!) | 2017 (℃ocktail, ℃ocktail in ℃OTTON CLUB, Last Dinner Show, Last Concert)

Other Concerts & Events
Joint Concerts

Spring Tours: 2008 (with Berryz Koubou) | 2011 (with S/mileage)
Fall Tours: 2011 (with Berryz Koubou) | 2013 (with S/mileage)
Other: 2014 (with Berryz Koubou)

Hello! Project Concerts

Summer Tours: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016
Winter Tours: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017
Hina Fes: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017
COUNTDOWN PARTY: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016
Other Concerts: Hello! Project ☆ Festival 2011 | Hello! Project Yaon Premium Live ~Soto Fest~ | Berryz Koubou Matsuri

Units & Other Groups
Other Related Units Hello! Project Kids | 4KIDS | Aa! | ZYX | Little Gatas | H.P. All Stars | Sexy Otonajan | Mix Gatas | Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | Kira☆Pika | Athena & Robikerottsu | Buono! | Guardians 4 | High-King | Petitmoni V | Tanpopo# | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers | Hello! Project Mobekimasu | Cat's♥Eye 7 | DIY♡ | Dia Lady | Mellowquad | HI-FIN | Triplet
Kirarin☆Revolution
Acts
Solo Acts Tsukishima Kirari starring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume)
Kira☆Pika Kira | Pika
MilkyWay Tsukishima Kirari starring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume) | Yukino Noel starring Kitahara Sayaka | Hanasaki Cobeni starring Kikkawa Yuu
SHIPS Kazama Hiroto (Ide Takuya) | Hiwatari Seiji (Kanai Shikou)
Discography
Singles Tsukishima Kirari: 1. Koi☆Kana | 2. Balalaika | 3.Happy☆彡 | 4. Chance! | 5. Papancake | 6. Hapi☆Hapi Sunday!
Kira☆Pika: 1. Hana wo Pu-n / Futari wa NS
MilkyWay: 1. Anataboshi | 2. Tan Tan Taan!
SHIPS: 1. TOKYO FRIEND☆SHIPS | 2. Kimi ga Iru
Other: Ooki na Ai de Motenashite
Albums Original: 1. ☆☆☆ (Mitsuboshi) | 2. Kirarin☆Land | 3. Kirari to Fuyu
Mini: 1. Song Selection | 2. Song Selection 2 | 3. Song Selection 3 | 4. Song Selection 4 | 5. Song Selection 5
Best: Best☆Kirari
Other Kirarin☆Revolution Final Stage
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Morning Musume | ℃-ute | Hello Pro Egg
Petitmoni
Members
1999 Ichii Sayaka | Yasuda Kei | Goto Maki
2000 Yoshizawa Hitomi
2002 Ogawa Makoto | Ayaka
Petitmoni V Nakajima Saki | Hagiwara Mai | Mano Erina
Discography
Singles 1. Chokotto LOVE | 2. Seishun Jidai 1.2.3! / Bicycle Daiseikou! | 3. BABY! Koi ni KNOCK OUT! | 4. Pittari Shitai X'mas!
Albums Original: Zenbu! Petitmoni
Best: Tanpopo / Petitmoni Mega Best
Other The★Petitmobics | Petitmoni Single V Clips ①
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Morning Musume | Coconuts Musume | ℃-ute | Mano Erina
Chanpuru
Units
High-King Takahashi Ai | Tanaka Reina | Shimizu Saki | Yajima Maimi | Maeda Yuuka
Tanpopo# Kamei Eri | Mitsui Aika | Kumai Yurina | Okai Chisato
Petitmoni V Mano Erina | Nakajima Saki | Hagiwara Mai
Shin Minimoni. Linlin | Fukuda Kanon | Takeuchi Akari | Miyamoto Karin
Aa! Natsuyaki Miyabi | Suzuki Airi | Saho Akari
ZYX-α Niigaki Risa | Kusumi Koharu | Umeda Erika | Tsugunaga Momoko | Tokunaga Chinami | Sudo Maasa | Wada Ayaka | Ogawa Saki
Zoku v-u-den Michishige Sayumi | Junjun | Sugaya Risako
Discography Featured In
Albums As Chanpuru: Chanpuru ① ~Happy Marriage Song Cover Shuu~ | Petit Best 10
Other: Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 4 (Petitmoni V only)
DVDs As Chanpuru: Hello! Project DVD Magazine Vol.21
Concerts Featured In
Hello! Project As Chanpuru: 2009 SUMMER | 2010 WINTER | 2010 SUMMER | 2011 WINTER
Other: 2013 Fuyu (High-King, Petitmoni V, ZYX-α, Zoku v-u-den only) | Berryz Koubou Matsuri (High-King, Aa!, ZYX only) | COUNTDOWN PARTY 2016 (Tanpopo# only)
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Morning Musume | Berryz Koubou | ℃-ute | Mano Erina | S/mileage | Mobekimasu | Buono! | Guardians 4 | Shugo Chara Egg! | Hello Pro Egg
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