Kitagami Ami (北上アミ) is a former Japanese singer and talento.

In 2000, Kitagami signed up for an Hello! Project audition called 4th Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Audition, alongside 1500 other girls. Matsuura Aya won the audition, but Kitagami, along with Oki Ibuki debuted as the group Sheki-Dol, releasing their first single later that same year.

The 4th Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Audition aired on Idol wo Sagase, and Kitagami said in an interview that she appeard on-screen for three second and that she sang Kiroro's "Mirai e" at the audition.[1]

As a member of Sheki-Dol, Kitagami performed on stage, released singles, had a radio show, a column in a music magazine, and worked as a model.

In January 2002, Sheki-Dol disbanded, and for a short while Kitagami continued in the entertainment industry as a talento before retiring. She took on her real name (Ryouke Ayumi) and joined an agency called office JR Co., and was a guest on an episode of Mamonaku HEY!HEY!HEY!.

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  • Name: Kitagami Ami (北上アミ)
  • Birth Name: Ryouke Ayumi (領毛あゆみ)
  • Nickname: Ami (アミ), Ami-chan (アミちゃん)
  • Birthdate: July 22, 1980 (1980-07-22) (age 40)
  • Birthplace: Hokkaido, Japan
  • Blood type: B
  • Height: 155 cm (5 ft 1 in)?
  • Western Zodiac: Cancer.svg Cancer
  • Eastern Zodiac: Monkey.png Monkey
  • Hello! Project Groups:

Discography Participated In[edit | edit source]

Sheki-Dol[edit | edit source]

Members Kitagami AmiOki IbukiSuenaga MamiArai Saki
Indie Singles 1. Kokoro no Pheromone • 2. Tetteiteki Unmei • 3. Zentaiteki ni Daisuki Desu.
Major Singles 1. Ai wa Muteki ~Hatachi no Yoru no Chikai~
  1. Idol wo Sagase! Koushiki BOOK, page 87
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