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*Her goal was learning how to do variety well.
*Her goal was learning how to do variety well.
*Her mother made her costume for the [[Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2016 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~]].
*Her mother made her costume for the [[Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2016 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~]].
*She was born on the exact same day of the [[2003 Haru Minimoni Special Live Dapyon!]].
==See Also==
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 21:59, December 6, 2019

Kodama Sakiko



Kodama Sakiko, December 2018
Nicknames Sakkopin (さっこぴん?)
Birth Info
Born March 29, 2003 (2003-03-29) (age 17)
Origin Mie, Japan
Blood Type A
Zodiac Sign Aries Aries
Height 153cm
Professional Info
Genres J-Pop
Occupation Idol
Years Active 2014-2019
Agency UP-FRONT PROMOTION (2016-2019)
Label UP-FRONT WORKS (2016-2019)
Associated Acts DELUXE COLORS!, Farewell MY L.u.v, Hello Pro Kenshuusei
Hello Pro Kenshuusei Info
Joined January 15, 2016
Generation 25th Generation
Left January 16, 2019
Time in Group 3 Years, 1 Day

Kodama Sakiko (児玉咲子) is a former member of Hello Pro Kenshuusei under Hello! Project.

Prior to joining Hello Pro Kenshuusei, she was a member of the idol groups DELUXE COLORS! and Farewell MY L.u.v.



Kodama Sakiko, August 2018


Kodama Sakiko, June 2018


Kodama Sakiko, March 2018


Kodama Sakiko, December 2017


Kodama Sakiko, September 2017


Kodama Sakiko, June 2017


Kodama Sakiko, March 2017


Kodama Sakiko, September 2016


Kodama Sakiko, May 2016


Kodama Sakiko, February 2016

Early LifeEdit

Kodama Sakiko was born on March 29, 2003 in Mie, Japan.

Kodama was enrolled in Avex Artist Academy's dance program in Nagoya.


On April 1, 2014 she joined DELUXE COLORS! as a fourth generation member and graduated from the group on March 31, 2015 alongside the other members.

On September 6, 2015, she joined Farewell MY L.u.v and graduated from the group on December 29, 2015.


Just before she joined Hello! Project, she auditioned for the 8th generation of Idol Street's Street-sei as part of W-street NAGOYA, but she did not make it through.

On January 15, Kodama joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei alongside Noguchi Kurumi, Ono Kotomi, Yonemura Kirara and Kiyono Momohime. She was introduced at Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2016 2gatsu・3gatsu ~SINGING!~ on February 13.[1]


On June 5, she participated in a fanclub event titled Hello Pro Kenshuusei Event ~Hello! Nagoya 4kaime~ at Midland Square Cinema 2 with Yonemura Kirara, Yamazaki Yuhane, and Hashisako Rin.

On November 6, she participated in a fanclub event titled Kobushi Factory Nomura Minami & Hello Pro Kenshuusei Event ~Hello! Nagoya 5kaime~ at Midland Square Cinema 2 with Yonemura Kirara and Hashisako Rin.


On January 16, it was revealed that Kodama has ended her training.[2]

Personal LifeEdit

She has an older sister named Ritsuko who joined Farewell MY L.u.v. the same day Sakiko graduated from the group.[3]

As of April 2018, Kodama is currently in her first year of high school.

Here is a list of nicknames that was used to refer to Kodama Sakiko:


  • Name: Kodama Sakiko (児玉咲子)
  • Birthdate: March 29, 2003 (2003-03-29) (age 17)
  • Birthplace: Mie, Japan
  • Blood type: A
  • Height: 153cm[4]
  • Western Zodiac: Aries
  • Eastern Zodiac: Goat
  • Hello! Project Status:
    • 2016-01-15: Member
    • 2018-01-16: Left
  • DELUXE COLORS! Color:      Blue
  • Hello! Project Groups:
  • Other Groups:
    • Farewell MY L.u.v

  • Special Skills: Playing piano, eat curry fastly
  • Hobbies: Reading, Watching idol videos
  • Favorite Music Genre: J-Pop (idols)
  • Favorite Food: Tomato
  • Favorite Sports: Short-distance run, skiing
  • Favorite School Subject: Math
  • Favorite Color: Pink, Dark Purple
  • Charm point: Her dimples
  • Motto: "Warau tsuno ni wa fukuraitaru" (笑う角には福来たる; Good fortune comes to those who smile)
  • Favorite Hello! Project songs: "Sakura Chirari", "Gashin Shoutan", "Tomodachi wa Tomodachi Nanda!
  • Looks Up To: Tamura Meimi, Nomura Minami[4]




See AlsoEdit


  1. "ハロプロ研修生に新メンバーが加入!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-01-15.
  2. "Hello! Project 研修生発表会 2019 3月" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2019-01-16. (Archived)
  4. 4.0 4.1 BOMB. Published September 2018.

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