Mano Erina (真野恵里菜) is a Japanese pop singer, actress, and model. She is a former soloist under Hello! Project, which she first joined in 2006 as a member of Hello Pro Egg. In 2007, she became a member of the Hello! Project futsal team Gatas Brilhantes H.P. and its promotional J-pop group Ongaku Gatas. On March 29, 2008, she graduated from Ongaku Gatas and Hello Pro Egg to become a soloist.[1] She has sold over 186,165 copies in Japan alone. Mano's highest selling single is "Otome no Inori" with 25,228 copies sold while her lowest selling major label single is "My Days for You" with 12,622 copies sold.

On July 21, 2012, during the Hello! Project Tanjou 15 Shuunen Kinen Live 2012 Natsu ~Ktkr Natsu no FAN Matsuri!~ concert, Mano announced her graduation from Hello! Project on February 23, 2013 at the end of her spring 2013 tour to focus on her acting career.[2][3]

Biography[edit | edit source]

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Early Life[edit | edit source]

Mano Erina was born on April 11, 1991 in Zama, Kanagawa, Japan.

In 2004, she took part in the Hello Pro Egg Audition 2004, but did not pass. 

2006-2008[edit | edit source]

Mano Erina joined Hello! Project as a Hello Pro Egg in 2006 after passing the UP-FRONT GROUP "Egg" Audition. She made her first live appearance on January 2, 2007 as a backup dancer for the Hello! Project 2007 Winter ~Wonderful Hearts Otome Gocoro~.

In 2007, she was one of the six members of Hello Pro Egg to be added to Ongaku Gatas and became a reserve player for the Gatas Brilhantes H.P. futsal team.

She graduated from Ongaku Gatas on March 2, 2008 and Hello Pro Egg on March 29, 2008 to debut as a soloist.[1]

On June 29, 2008 she released her debut indie, "Manopiano."

Having received piano lessons since kindergarten, Mano's solo work within Hello! Project prominently features her the playing piano parts of her musical releases, providing the vocal and piano parts of her songs while performing in concerts and at live events.

Starting in August 2008, she was featured as the opening act in various concerts of main Hello! Project acts such as Abe Natsumi, Morning Musume, Berryz Koubou, and ℃-ute.

In late 2008, Mano released two more indies singles; "Lucky Aura" on October 4 and "Lalala-Sososo" on December 13.

2009[edit | edit source]

She made her major debut under the hachama label with the single "Otome no Inori," released on March 18.[4] It reached #3 on the Oricon charts on the first day of release and reached #5 on the weekly chart.[5][6]

Mano was announced as one of the members of the new version of Petitmoni called Petitmoni V alongside ℃-ute members Nakajima Saki and Hagiwara Mai.

Matsuura Aya told her via a video comment in April 2009 that she needs to be the best singer in Hello! Project, and in order to do that, she'll need to be a better singer than Takahashi Ai.

From November 11 to 19, Mano starred in the stage play Koisuru Hello Kitty as the titular character Hello Kitty. She performed alongside the newly formed Hello Pro Egg group, S/mileage.

2010[edit | edit source]

Mano, along with S/mileage and Morning Musume, starred in the CS-Fuji TV-TWO drama Hanbun Esper which began broadcasting in January. Mano's role is a half-trained esper that left a secret government esper research organization known as "Kokueken," without being able to fully control her supernatural powers.

Also that year, the TBS drama Mano Spy began, in which Mano portrayed herself under the fictional premise that she's an undercover agent. She was sent to Japan as a spy for the Queen of England, and ends up passing an idol audition, so she has trouble with her espionage duties. The theme song of the show was "Matsuge no Saki ni Kimi ga Iru" from Mano's first album FRIENDS. The show began streaming on internet on January 26 and was broadcast on BS-TBS on February 27.

On April 20, she was in the BeeTV mobile drama DEATH GAME PARK.[7]

On November 26, Mano appeared as the character Satori in episode 7 of the crime drama SPEC ~Keishichou Kouanbu Kouan Daigoka Mishou Jiken Tokubetsu Taisakugakari Jikenbo~.[8]

2011[edit | edit source]

In early 2011, Mano's radio show MANO-DELI was replaced by Sayashi Riho's RIHO-DELI.

Also that year, it was announced that Mano would star in a short film titled Miyuki's Wind Bell. Mano also opened up a Facebook page.

In August, Mano participated in the TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL 2011, with one of the other acts being THE Possible. She performed "My Days for You," "Sekai wa Summer Party," and "Genkimono de Ikou!" with Kaneko Rie, Takagi Sayuki, Tanabe Nanami, and Kudo Haruka as back-up dancers.

On October 2, it was announced that Mano would star as the new Kamen Rider Nadeshiko in the movie Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: MOVIE Taisen MEGAMAX, which would be released in theaters on December 10.[9]

2012[edit | edit source]

On February 22, the official Mano Erina Android app was released. The app included links to Mano's Twitter account, her blog, photos, movies, and more for free.

On April 1, Mano reprised her role as Satori in the SPEC ~Shou~ special.[10]

On May 17, Mano starred in the stage play Housou Kinshi. at Aoyama Enkei Gekijo.[11]

On May 16, Mano opened a new Ameba blog.

On July 21, at Hello! Project Tanjou 15 Shuunen Kinen Live 2012 Natsu ~Ktkr Natsu no FAN Matsuri!~, Mano announced that she would graduate from Hello! Project on February 23, 2013 during her spring concert.[2][3]

Statement from Tsunku[2]
In regards to Mano Erina

She was the girl who joined up in May 2006 as a Hello Pro Egg. At first she was very unstable in dancing and singing, always hiding in the shadows of the other members she had the impression that she was soft and flexible.

That’s the kind of girl she was, but when she started working as a member of the Ongaku Gatas, And with advice about how to build the sensitive muscles of her body for dance, her dancing ability had suddenly improved during the concert several months later.

This was probably the results of the great efforts she put in while I wasn’t looking.

At the time that’s what I thought, and from the record maker I heard them voice that they wanted to bring Mano up for a solo debut, and so they had chosen to graduate her from Ongaku Gatas and put her on the road to being a solo singer.

And her indies work had given her the recognition for a major debut.

Even in Hello!Project at the time she was a unique solo artist, I thought she must be lonely and really uneasy. But even then I felt that she was without complaints, a real positive girl.

From her major debut in March of 2009, 3 years and 4 months have passed, at this time, we’re announcing that in 2013, after the New Year’s Hello in her own solo live, she will be graduating from Hello!Project.

I think those of you who have seen this summer’s Hello already know this but, keeping in mind her current sense of rhythm, her performances have really improved.

I feel that with her current high spirits, that it’s a really good thing for her to graduate from Hello!Project. It’ll be a good step to her next stage.

After she graduates, I feel I want her to challenge herself steadily with acting, singing, and other new things.

With the 7 months or so until her graduation, I want her to keep growing, graduating as a “Cool Mano Erina”, and afterwards introducing herself to everyone as the “New Mano Erina” she will become.

Until then, everyone please, kindly support both Mano Erina and Hello!Project.

July 21, 2012
Hello! Project Producer Tsunku

Statement from Mano Erina[2]
Thank you for always supporting me.

I, Mano Erina, with the 2013 New Year’s Hello! Project Concert and the February 23rd planned solo concert in Nakano Sun Plaza, am graduating from Hello! Project.

Since the beginning of this year, Tsunku and the staff and I have continuously talked about my work from here on. From here on, I want to do my best in order to pursue my own potential and to broaden my abilities in singing and acting beyond what I have now.

It’s been about 4 years since I started my solo work, compared with the history of Hello!Project that’s really very little but, I’ve gained all kinds of experience. I’ve gotten to join Hello!Project, which was my dream, I got to have a solo debut, and there has been happiness, fun, and sometimes even frustration.

In order to head toward my dreams and goals, I want to take it into my own hands, and be determined to challenge myself more than I have before.

And I’d be happy if you continue to watch over me, Mano Erina, the same as always. From this point forward please continue to support me.

On November 30, it was announced that Mano would be joining the M-line fanclub in March 2013.[12]

Mano reprised her role as Kamen Rider Nadeshiko in the movie Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze MOVIE Taisen Ultimatum, which was theatrically released on December 8.

2013[edit | edit source]

On February 19, it was announced Mano would be starring in TV Tokyo drama adaptation of the manga Minna! Esper da yo! as Sae Asami, the love interest of the protagonist.[13]

On February 23, Mano released the photobook Mano na no, and she graduated from Hello! Project at the Mano Erina Memorial Concert 2013 in Nakano "OTOME LEGEND~For the Best Friends" at Nakano Sun Plaza.[14]

On June 20, it was announced Mano would be starring in the drama Ikiro ~Senjou ni Nokoshita Dengon~ as Noriko, the wife of a public figure in the drama.[15]

On June 27, Mano was announced as the model for the seventh volume of VANQUISH VENUS, the lookbook for the clothing brand VANQUISH, released on July 1.[16]

On July 25, it was announced that she would be starring in Nijushi no Hitomi, her first prime time drama.[17]

On August 18, Mano appeared on the cover of the first issue of culture magazine Nini-funi .[18]

In late August, it was announced Mano would be releasing her fifth solo photobook titled Mano-chan ~Dear Friends~ on September 27. It was the first photobook she released since her graduation from Hello! Project.

On September 25, Mano was announced as the lead actress in a multi-part live-action movie series of Patlabor titled THE NEXT GENERTATION -Patlabor- as the pilot Akira Izumino, as opposed to the original anime's heroine Noa Izumi.[19]

Mano starred as Satori in the first of two SPEC ~Kurosu~ films, subtitled Kou no Hen, which was released in theaters on November 29.[20]

On December 6, it was announced that she would appear in the drama SHARK starring Johnny's Jr. and would air January 2014.[21]

2014[edit | edit source]

From January 19 to January 26, Mano held a dinner show titled Mano Erina Casual Dinner Show ~Manocasu 2014 Happy New Year!~.[22]

On January 31, it was announced Mano would hold her first concerts since her graduation from Hello! Project on June 8 and June 29, titled Mano Erina Concert 2014 "again ~Live House de Moetsukiyou!~".[23]

On February 20, it was announced Mano would sing the theme song "Ambitious!" for THE NEXT GENERATION -PATLABOR-.[24]

On May 23, Mano announced that she would be starring in her first commercial promoting KFC's "Krushers" drinks.[25]

On August 27, Mano released her sixth solo photobook, titled ZERO.

On December 21, it was announced that Mano would have a starring role in the stage play Better Half in the spring 2015.[26]

2015[edit | edit source]

Mano starred as one of the three lead actresses in the action horror movie Real Onigokko (titled Tag outside of Japan) alongside model Treindl Reina and former AKB48 member Shinoda Mariko. It was released in theaters on July 11.

On November 24, it was announced Mano would guest star in the first episode of Juice=Juice's first drama Budokan, which would air on February 6, 2016.[27]

On September 19, Mano released her seventh solo photobook, Escalation.

2016[edit | edit source]

From May 27 to June 15, Mano starred in the NHK asadora Toto Nee-chan as the character Saotome Akemi.

On July 14, Mano moved her official blog to LINE.[28]

Mano was cast as the lead actress in the film Ao no Kaerimichi, starring opposite of Takahata Yuta. However, during production in August, Takahata was arrested for sexually assaulting a female hotel employee and filming was suspended indefinitely.[29]

On September 1, it was announced that Mano would star in the commercial for Kizakura's new "Don" sake.[30]

On September 16, she was announced as the image character for the 34th edition "Editor/Writer Training Course" by Sendenkaigi, the leading publishing and communications company in Japan, for which she would appear on posters at major Tokyo Metro stations from September 15 until late January 2017.[31]

Mano starred in the TBS drama Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu as the supporting character Tanaka Yasue, who is the friend of the female lead portrayed by Aragaki Yui.[32] The drama began airing on October 11.

On November 25, Mano released her eighth solo photobook, titled KAGEROH.

2017[edit | edit source]

In January, ETC2.0, an automatic toll collection system, began airing commercials starring the character ETC2.0-kun voiced by Mano.[33]

On February 5 and 6, the beauty brand Kracie announced that Mano had become the image model for their Prostyle and Prostyle MALCA products.[34][35]

On February 8, it was announced that Mano was cast as the lead actress in the NHK BS Premium drama Kono Yo ni Tayasui Shigoto wa nai which is based on the 2015 novel by Tsumura Kukiko.[36] It aired from April 6 to May 25.

On March 23, Mano announced she would become a regular S size (shorter than 160cm) model for fashion magazine JJ from the May 2017 issue onwards.[37]

Mano was the princess in the Daimyou Musha Gyouretsu, a parade of people dressed as feudal lords and ladies and warriors, at the 50th annual Matsuyama Haru Matsuri on April 2.[38]

On April 24, it was announced that Mano would star in the first TV commercial for LIKE, a company that provides childcare, human resources, and eldercare.[39][40]

Mano starred in the music video for "Haha to Musume no 10,000nichi ~Mirai no Tobira~" by May J. duet with Yashiro Aki, which was uploaded on GYAO! on May 19 and on YouTube on May 22.[41][42][43]

On May 26, Mano was cast as the character Fukahori Yurika in the live-action film of Sakamichi no Apollon (titled Kids on the Slope outside of Japan). The film will be theatrically released in 2018.[44]

Mano starred in a TV commercial for Kizakura's "Kimoto Yamahai Namachozoushu" sake that would begin airing on June 18.[45]

On July 25, Mano was cast in the 2018 film adaptation of the horror manga Funouhan.[46]

Mano starred in a TV commercial to promote recipes using Acecook's "Pho・ccori Kibun" instant noodles that began airing on August 7.[47]

On August 6, almost a year after actor Takahata Yuta's scandal, it was announced that production for the film Ao no Kaerimichi would resume with Tozuka Junki replacing him as Mano's co-star.[48]

On October 14, Mano announced that she would appear in a commercial for Kao Laurier.[49]

2018[edit | edit source]

In January, ETC2.0 commercials starring Mano as the "Tsuke Talk? ETC2.0 Ambassador" began airing.[50] She was officially appointed the role in a ceremony on January 25.[33]

On February 9, it was announced that Mano would star in a commercial for the used car dealership Gulliver.[51]

On March 6, Mano released her ninth solo photobook, titled ERINA.[52]

On March 9, the drama Kareshi wo Loan de Kaimashita, starring Mano as the lead, began streaming on dTV.[53] The full first episode was also uploaded onto dTV's official YouTube channel.[54] It ended on April 2 with a total of eight episodes.[55]

On April 10, it was announced that Mano would appear in the music video for reggae artist Kotobuki-kun's debut song "Hitori ja nai".[56]

From May 29 to June 3, the Mano-led film Ao no Kaerimichi was selected to be shown at the 18th Nippon Connection, a Japanese film festival in Frankfurt, Germany. The film is scheduled for domestic theatrical release on December 7.[57][58]

On May 30, it was revealed that Mano portrays Inoue Orihime in live-action film of the popular shounen manga BLEACH which was released in theaters on July 20.[59]

On September 18, Mano announced on her blog that she finally moved to Spain after marrying soccer player Shibasaki Gaku in July.[60] While Spain is her new home, she would make trips to Japan for work.[61]

From September 28 to November 2, Mano once again starred as her SPEC character Satori, this time as the lead of the six episode spin-off web drama SPEC Saga Reimei Hen "Satori no Koi" ~Anata no Kokoro, Isshou Satorimasu~.[62]

2019[edit | edit source]

On January 16, it was announced that Mano would leave M-line club after March.[63]

On March 18, the 10th anniversary of her major debut, Mano released the photo essay Kiseki.[64] Later that day, she held the Mano Erina Debut 10 Shuunen Kinen Live ~my precious treasure box~, where she also performed "Kakegae no nai Anata e ~my precious treasure box~", her first new song in 6 years since she graduated from Hello! Project which was digitally released the following day.[65]

On May 23, she was inaugurated as an ambassador for the beauty company Eau Thermale Avène Japan in a press conference[66] where a web commercial starring Mano was also first unveiled.[67]

Mano starred in the music video for Lily, Sayonara.'s song "Sono Te ni Fureta Ano Hi Kara", which was released on YouTube on August 27.[68][69]

2020[edit | edit source]

On April 24, she created a Twitter account dedicated to tweeting about playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons.[70]

Activities Outside Japan[edit | edit source]

On July 1, 2010, Mano Erina made her first appearance outside of Japan in Los Angeles at Club Nokia for her movie debut, Kai-Ki: Tales of Horror. During the event the film was showed and Mano gave a mini concert consisting of two songs, a Q&A, and an autograph session to her fans.

In July 2011, Mano made her second appearance outside of Japan in South Korea. Just like her USA debut, Mano went to attend the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival which would screen her movie Kai-Ki: Tales of Horror. During her stay, Mano was highly welcomed and even had fans waiting for her at the airport to greet her.

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

Mano has an older brother, who got married in September 2015.[71] In September 2018, Mano revealed she has a pet dog.[60]

Sponichi Annex reported Mano had been dating soccer midfielder Shibasaki Gaku since 2016, having met through a mutual acquaintance. They became long distance in January 2017, when Shibasaki moved to Spain to play for CD Tenerife (then later signed to Getafe CF in July of the same year). News of their relationship began to surface when Shibasaki returned to Japan in October 2017 to rehabilitate from foot surgery and it was reported that Mano appeared to be devotedly supportive at his side.[72] Mano did not respond to questions about their relationship during a press conference before the screening of Fukumenkei Noise on November 25, 2017,[73][74] and her agency commented that it was a private matter.[75] On April 18, 2018, it was reported that Mano and Shibasaki planned to get married in the summer.[76][77] On July 11, 2018, Sponichi Annex reported that after Shibasaki returned with the Japan national team from the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, he and Mano visited their parents for marriage greetings, and they were expected to register their marriage in Tokyo that week.[78] This was confirmed five days later on July 16, when Mano and her agency announced that she and Shibasaki had officially registered their marriage that month.[79][80][81] In early July 2019, Mano and Shibasaki held a private wedding ceremony, which they shared photos of on social media.[82][83]

When Mano became a soloist under Hello! Project, she was a second year high school student.

Here is a list of nicknames that was used to refer to Mano Erina:

  • Manoeri (まのえり): Official nickname used by members and fans.

Profile[edit | edit source]

  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Favorite Manga: Ao Haru Ride
  • Hobby: Piano
  • Specialties: Basketball, y-balance
  • Favorite Hello! Project Songs: "Ai・Ai・Gasa"[84]
  • Other Favorite Songs: "Ashita e no Sanka" by flumpool[85]

Discography[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mano Erina Discography

Studio Albums
  1. [2009.12.16] FRIENDS
  2. [2010.11.24] MORE FRIENDS
  3. [2012.03.28] More Friends Over
Best Albums

Indies Singles
  1. [2008.06.29] Manopiano
  2. [2008.10.05] Lucky Aura
  3. [2008.12.12] Lalala-Sososo
Major Singles
  1. [2009.03.18] Otome no Inori
  2. [2009.05.20] Hajimete no Keiken
  3. [2009.07.29] Sekai wa Summer Party
  4. [2009.09.30] Kono Mune no Tokimeki wo
  5. [2009.11.25] Love&Peace=Paradise
  6. [2010.02.24] Haru no Arashi
  7. [2010.05.12] Onegai Dakara...
  8. [2010.09.15] Genkimono de Ikou!
  9. [2011.01.26] Seishun no Serenade
  10. [2011.06.29] My Days for You
  11. [2012.02.22] Doki Doki Baby / Tasogare Kousaten
  12. [2012.06.27] Song for the DATE
  13. [2012.12.12] NEXT MY SELF

Discography Participated In[edit | edit source]

Ongaku Gatas
Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers

Publications[edit | edit source]

See also: List:Mano Erina Publications Featured In

Solo Photobooks[edit | edit source]

  1. [2009.02.10] Mano Erina
  2. [2010.01.20] Tengoku no Door
  3. [2011.06.10] Mano Days ~Hatachi no Hatsukoi~
  4. [2012.05.23] MANO DATE
  5. [2013.02.23] Mano na no
  6. [2013.09.27] Mano-chan ~Dear Friends~
  7. [2014.08.27] ZERO
  8. [2015.09.19] Escalation
  9. [2016.11.25] KAGEROH
  10. [2018.03.06] ERINA

Books[edit | edit source]

  • [2019.03.18] Kiseki (photo essay)

Works[edit | edit source]

TV Programs[edit | edit source]

TV Dramas[edit | edit source]

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  • [2008] Pocky 4 Sisters! ~Dasenai Tegami~ (ポッキーフォーシスター ズ~出せない手紙~)
  • [2009] Tokyo Shoujo (東京少女)
  • [2010] Hanbun Esper (半分エスパー) (lead role)
  • [2010] SPEC ~Keishichou Kouanbu Kouan Daigoka Mishou Jiken Tokubetsu Taisakugakari Jikenbo~ (SPEC 〜警視庁公安部公安第五課 未詳事件特別対策係事件簿〜) (as Satori, episode 7)
  • [2010] FACE MAKER (as Kuroda Riko, episode 11)
  • [2012] Suugaku♥Joshi Gakuen
  • [2012] Darling wa 70sai Okusama wa 18sai (ダーリンは70歳 奥様は18歳)
  • [2012] SPEC ~Shou~ (SPEC〜翔〜) (as Satori, special)
  • [2013] Minna! Esper da yo! (みんな!エスパーだよ!)
  • [2013] Ikiro ~Senjou ni Nokoshita Dengon~ (生きろ〜戦場に残した伝言〜)
  • [2013] Nijushi no Hitomi (二十四の瞳)
  • [2013] Jinsei Nariyuki Tensai Rakugo-ka Tatekawa Danshi (人生、成り行き 天才落語家・立川談志 ここにあり)
  • [2013] Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari 2013 Autumn Special (世にも奇妙な物語'13秋の特別編)
  • [2014] SHARK
  • [2014] MISSION 001 ~Minna de Space Invader~ (MISSION 001~みんなでスペースインベーダー~)
  • [2014] Mama ga Ikita Akashi (ママが生きた証)
  • [2014] Tsumatachi no Shinkansen (妻たちの新幹線)
  • [2015] Kasouken no Onna SP (科捜研の女)
  • [2015] Aoyama One Seg Kaihatsu (青山ワンセグ開発) (mini drama)
  • [2015] Kumokiri Nizaemon (雲霧仁左衛門)
  • [2015] Minna! Esper da yo! Bangaihen ~Esper Miyako he Iku~ (みんな!エスパーだよ!番外編~エスパー、都へ行く~) (special)
  • [2015] Kaiki Ren'ai Sakusen (怪奇恋愛作戦) (episode 9–10)
  • [2015] Lunch no Akko-chan (ランチのアッコちゃん)
  • [2015] Tonari no Seki-kun to Rumi-chan no Jisho (となりの関くんとるみちゃんの事象)
  • [2015] Kekkonshiki no Zenjitsu ni (結婚式の前日に)
  • [2015] Happy Retirement (ハッピー・リタイアメント)
  • [2016] Budokan (as Omitani Kyoka, episode 1)
  • [2016] Kenji Akudama (検事・悪玉)
  • [2016] Kakko no Tamago wa Dare no Mono (カッコウの卵は誰のもの)
  • [2016] Toto Nee-chan (とと姉ちゃん)
  • [2016] Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu (逃げるは恥だが役に立つ)
  • [2016] Kenji no Honkai (検事の本懐)
  • [2016] Nanimono (何者)
  • [2017] Thrill! Kuro no Shou (スリル!黒の章)
  • [2017] Kono Yo ni Tayasui Shigoto wa nai (この世にたやすい仕事はない) (lead role)
  • [2017] Shiroi Keiji (白い刑事)
  • [2017] Keiji Yugami (刑事ゆがみ) (episode 9)
  • [2018] Aibou (相棒) (season 16 episode 11)

Movies[edit | edit source]

  • [2010] Kaidan Shin Mimibukuro Kaiki (怪談新耳袋 怪奇) (as Kirishima Ayumi in "Tsukimono", Fujisawa Megumi in "Nozomi")
  • [2010] Abed ~ Hatachi no Koi (Abed~二十歳の恋) (as Atsuko, episode 4 "Takako")
  • [2011] Miyuki no Fuurin (美雪の風鈴; Miyuki's Wind Bell) (short film)
  • [2011] Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO MOVIE Taisen MEGAMAX (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー フォーゼ&オーズMOVIE大戦 MEGAMAX) (as Misaki Nadeshiko, Kamen Rider Nadeshiko)
  • [2012] Waga Haha no ki (わが母の記)
  • [2012] Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze MOVIE Taisen Ultimatum (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー ウィザード&フォーゼ MOVIE大戦アルティメイタム) (as Misaki Nadeshiko, Kamen Rider Nadeshiko)
  • [2013] Gekijoban SPEC ~Kurosu~ Kou no Hen (劇場版SPEC ~結~ 爻ノ篇) (as Satori)
  • [2014–2015] THE NEXT GENERATION -PATLABOR- (short film series) (as Izumino Akira; lead role)
  • [2015] THE NEXT GENERATION -PATLABOR- (theatrical film) (as Izumino Akira; lead role)
  • [2015] Shinjuku Swan (新宿スワン)
  • [2015] Real Onigokko (リアル鬼ごっこ; international title: Tag) (lead role)
  • [2015] Eiga Minna! Esper da yo! (映画 みんな!エスパーだよ!)
  • [2015] orange (orange-オレンジ-)
  • [2016] Yamikin Ushijima-kun the Final (闇金ウシジマくんザ・ファイナル)
  • [2017] Kimi to 100 Kaime no Koi (君と100回目の恋; international title: The 100th Love with You)
  • [2017] Fukumenkei Noise (覆面系ノイズ) (as Suguri Mio)
  • [2018] Sakamichi no Apollon (坂道のアポロン; international title: Kids on the Slope) (as Fukahori Yurika)
  • [2018] Funouhan (不能犯; international title: Impossibility Defense)
  • [2018] Ao no Kaerimichi (青の帰り道; international title: We Are) (lead role)
  • [2018] BLEACH (as Inoue Orihime)

Anime[edit | edit source]

  • [2012] Kimi no Iru Machi (君のいる町) (OVA) (as Koba Haruna)

Video Games[edit | edit source]

  • [2014] Super Hero Generation (スーパーヒーロージェネレーション) (as Kamen Rider Nadeshiko)
  • [2015] Kamen Rider Storm Heroes (仮面ライダー ストームヒーローズ) (as Kamen Rider Nadeshiko)
  • [2015] Dissidia Final Fantasy (ディシディア ファイナルファンタジー) (Arcade game) (as Materia)
  • [2016] All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution (オール仮面ライダー ライダーレボリューション) (as Kamen Rider Nadeshiko)
  • [2018] Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (ディシディア ファイナルファンタジー NT) (as Materia)

Commercials[edit | edit source]

  • [2014] KFC Krushers (クラッシャーズ)
  • [2015] Final Fantasy Record Keeper (ファイナルファンタジーレコードキーパー)
  • [2016–2018] Kizakura "Don" (黄桜「呑」)
  • [2017–] Metropolitan Expressway Co., Ltd. "ETC2.0" (首都高速道路株式会社「ETC2.0」) (voice of ETC2.0-kun; also starring herself from 2018)
  • [2017–] Kracie Home Products "Prostyle" (クラシエホームプロダクツ「プロスタイル」)
  • [2017–] LIKE (ライク株式会社)
  • [2017–] Kizakura "Kimoto Yamahai Namachozoushu" (黄桜「生酛山廃生貯蔵酒」)
  • [2017–] Acecook "Pho・ccori Kibun" (エースコック「Pho・ccori気分」)
  • [2017–] Kao Laurier Slimguard (花王 ロリエ スリムガード)
  • [2018] Gulliver (ガリバー)
  • [2019] Eau Thermale Avène Japan (アベンヌ)

Web Drama[edit | edit source]

  • [2009] Koisuru Seiza (恋する星座)
  • [2010] Manospy (マノスパイ)
  • [2010] DEATH GAME PARK (デス・ゲーム・パーク)
  • [2014] Rikei no Hitobito (理系の人々)
  • [2018] Kareshi wo Loan de Kaimashita (彼氏をローンで買いました) (lead role)
  • [2018] SPEC Saga Reimei Hen "Satori no Koi" ~Anata no Kokoro, Isshou Satorimasu~ (SPECサーガ黎明篇「サトリの恋」~あなたの心、一生サトります~) (as Satori, lead role)

Internet[edit | edit source]

Radio[edit | edit source]

  • [2009–2011] MANO-DELI
  • [2017–2018] AVALON

Theater[edit | edit source]

Koisuru Hello Kitty

  • [2009] Koisuru Hello Kitty
  • [2010] Ookami-tachi no Gogo Hungry Like a Wolf (狼たちの午後 Hungry Like a Wolf)
  • [2010] Photogenic (フォトジェニック)
  • [2010] Tsubaki, Toki Tobi (つばき、時跳び) (as Nokeboshi Hisashi)
  • [2011] Ikemen desu ne (美男ですね) (as Nana)
  • [2011] Real Etude Minna no Ie (リアルエチュード みんなの家)
  • [2011] Reading Drama "Moshimo Kimi ga"-Last Christmas (リーディングドラマ「もしもキミが。」-Last Christmas)
  • [2012] Guitar wo Mochinagara (ギターを待ちながら)
  • [2012] LOVE LETTERS 2012 Spring Special
  • [2012] Usani (ウサニ)
  • [2012] Housou Kinshi. (放送禁止。)
  • [2012] Itamu Hito (悼む人)
  • [2013] Kibako no Kai Daiyonkai Kouen "Guitar wo Machinagara" ~Yatta ze! Honda Special~ (キバコの会 第四回公演 『ギターを待ちながら』~やったぜ!本多スペシャル!~)
  • [2014] Kibako no Kai Daigokai Kouen "KAKOCHI-YA" (キバコの会 第五回公演 『KAKOCHI-YA』)
  • [2015] Better Half (ベター・ハーフ)
  • [2016] Grand Hotel (グランドホテル)
  • [2016] Watashi no Atama no Naka no Keshigomu 8th letter (私の頭の中の消しゴム 8th letter)
  • [2017] Boku Datte Hero ni Naritakatta (僕だってヒーローになりたかった)

Music Videos[edit | edit source]

  • [2017] Haha to Musume no 10,000nichi ~Mirai no Tobira~ (母と娘の10,000日 ~未来の扉~) - May J. duet with Yashiro Aki
  • [2018] Hitori ja nai (一人じゃない) - Kotobuki-kun
  • [2019] Sono Te ni Fureta Ano Hi Kara (その手にふれたあの日から) - Lily, Sayonara.

Awards[edit | edit source]

  • [2010] 24th Japan Gold Disc Awards - Best Newcomer Award

Rankings[edit | edit source]

  • She ranked 1st in Yahoo! search ranking on September 3, 2008.
  • She ranked 4th in the evening edition of Yomiuri Shimbun's September 10, 2008 "Yahoo! Search 9/1 to 9/7 current events word ranking".
  • She ranked #60 in ENTAME magazine's "Most Influential female Idols of 2010".
  • She ranked 5th in Young Gangan magazine's "Young Gangan Magazine Girls 2010".
  • She ranked #30 in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's May 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".
  • She ranked #23 in Nippon Cultural Broadcasting recommendation's 2013 "Female Idol Faces General Election".
  • She ranked 8th in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's September 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".
  • She ranked #14 in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's October 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".
  • She ranked #16 in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's November 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Her Gatas Brilhantes H.P. uniform number was #27 from December 2007 to July 2008.
  • She is allergic to cats.
  • Mano is a huge fan of the manga Magic Knights Rayearth.
  • She is a fan of the Dragon Quest and Pokémon games (for the Nintendo DS).
  • Prior to joining Hello! Project, she admired Matsuura Aya.
  • Several of her PVs feature the first four S/mileage members as back-up dancers, and two feature ninth generation Morning Musume member Fukumura Mizuki.
  • She has played the piano since she was six years old.
  • Her admired pianist is Richard Clayderman.
  • She is good friends with Komine Momoka and Tsugunaga Momoko.
  • After the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, she allowed Kikkawa Yuu to live with her.
  • Before becoming an idol she was very shy.
  • Nearly all episodes of Yorosen! ended with a segment by Mano called "Mano-Point".
  • She is a fan of Korean dramas.
  • She was the only soloist in Hello! Project after the Elder Club graduated in 2009 and before Mitsui Aika became a soloist in 2012.
  • She is the second Hello! Project soloist to release five singles in one year, the first being Matsuura Aya. She is also the third Hello! Project soloist to release more than twelve singles total, the others being Matsuura Aya and Goto Maki.
  • She is close friends with former AKB48 and SKE48 member Miyazawa Sae. They went to Disneyland together in late April 2013.[86]
  • She got a driver's license around 2016, but gets anxious driving alone.[87]
  • Was a huge fan of Hello! Project, which was one of the reasons she auditioned.[88]
  • Mano said, in a video uploaded to Fujimoto Miki's YouTube Channel in 2019, that when her solo debut was confirmed, UP-FRONT AGENCY asked what her talent was, and she just said "I used to play piano" on a whim, and the producer immediately replied "Oh, let's have you play piano then". She also said that most of what she said as an idol was scripted.[88]

Total Sales Count[edit | edit source]

Year Year Sales Total Sales
2008 600 600
2009 123,175 123,775
2010 61,841


2011 31,606 217,222
2012 55,838 273,060
2013 7,202 280,262

See Also[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles

Preceded by

Oldest Member of Petitmoni V

Succeeded by

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "ハロー!プロジェクトからのお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2008-03-02. (Archived)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "真野恵里菜に関する大事なお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2012-07-21.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "真野恵里菜がハロプロ卒業を発表 来年2月のソロコンサートで幕" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2012-07-21.
  4. "ストレス解消法は「15分間、真っ白になる」ことおすすめですよ!真野恵里菜" (in Japanese). R25. 2009-02-26.
  5. "ミキティ”以来7年ぶり、新星・真野恵里菜のメジャー第1弾が初日3位" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2009-03-19.
  7. "真野恵里菜「BeeTV」で本格アクションドラマに初挑戦" (in Japanese). natalie. 2010-03-24.
  8. "『SPEC』に出演の不思議少女・サトリちゃんの正体は?" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2010-11-27.
  9. "真野恵里菜が“仮面ライダーなでしこ”に変身! 特撮ヒーロー作品初挑戦" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2011-10-02.
  10. "さとりました" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Gree Blog. 2012-04-02.
  11. "放送禁止。" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2012-05-17.
  12. "田中れいな、真野恵里菜 M-line club 加入のお知らせ" (in Japanese). UP-FC. 2012-11-30.
  13. "ドラマ「みんな!エスパーだよ」真野恵里菜が腹黒美女に" (in Japanese). natalie. 2013-02-19.
  14. "真野恵里菜、ハロプロ卒業ライブで涙 4年の活動に幕" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2013-02-23.
  16. "「VANQUISH VENUS」第7弾に真野恵里菜" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2013-06-27.
  18. "真野恵里菜、木尾士目、町田康、tofubeatsら参加のカルチャー誌『ニニフニ』創刊" (in Japanese. KAI-YOU. 2013-08-06.
  19. "パトレイバー実写化キャスト発表 主人公は真野恵里菜" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2013-09-25.
  20. "真野恵里菜、「SPEC」での自身のセリフで「アイドル界が揺らいだ」" (in Japanese). CinemaCafé.net. 2013-11-29.
  21. "平野紫耀:関西ジャニーズJr.の新鋭がドラマ初出演で初主演! 東西ジャニーズJr.が競演" (in Japanese). MANTANWEB. 2013-12-06.
  22. "「真野恵里菜 カジュアルディナーショー」東京公演FC先行受付のお知らせ" (in Japanese). M-line. 2013-11-14.
  23. "『真野恵里菜コンサート2014「again~ライブハウスで燃え尽きよう!~」』FC先行受付のお知らせ" (in Japanese). M-line. 2014-01-31.
  24. "実写版『パトレイバー』全7章シリーズ主題歌に真野恵里菜の新曲「Ambitious!」" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2014-02-20.
  25. "krushers♪" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2017-05-23.
  27. "小出恵介、つんく♂モデルのアイドルP役「カリスマ性出したい」 ドラマ『武道館』" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2015-10-24.
  28. "真野恵里菜です。" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2016-07-14.
  29. "高畑裕太の逮捕で主演映画『青の帰り道』が撮影中止に、真野恵里菜ファンが大激怒!" (in Japanese). Nikkan Taishu. 2016-08-26.
  30. "真野恵里菜、テーマは「色っぽい新妻」…黄桜「呑」新CM出演" (in Japanese). Hochi Sports. 2016-09-01.
  31. "【宣伝会議 編集・ライター養成講座】新イメージキャラクターに真野恵里菜さんを起用 " (in Japanese). PRTIMES. 2016-09-16.
  33. 33.0 33.1 "「つけトク?ETC2.0 大使」及び「あたる!ETC2.0」キャンペーンの実施について" (in Japanese). PR TIMES. 2017-11-29.
  36. "真野恵里菜さん主演「この世にたやすい仕事はない」制作開始!" (in Japanese). NHK. 2017-02-08.
  37. "JJ" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2017-03-23.
  38. "平成29年 開催50年記念松山春まつり(お城まつり)参加者・出展者募集" (in Japanese). Junior Chamber International Matsuyama. 2017-01-22.,
  39. "真野恵里菜、新CMで横浜の街を疾走" (in Japanese). Sports Hochi. 2017-04-24.
  41. "母と娘の10,000日 ~未来の扉~" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2017-05-19.
  43. "May J. duet with 八代亜紀 / 母と娘の10,000日〜未来の扉〜 (真野恵里菜主演 ドラマVer)" (in Japanese). avex (via YouTube). 2017-05-22.
  44. "知念侑李主演「坂道のアポロン」でディーン・フジオカが歌声披露、真野恵里菜も参加" (in Japanese). natalie. 2017-05-26.
  46. "松坂桃李「不能犯」に新田真剣佑、間宮祥太朗、真野恵里菜、芦名星、安田顕ら出演" (in Japanese). natalie. 2017-07-25.
  47. "真野恵里菜 OL「サラ子さん」がフォーレシピを新提案" (in Japanese). News. 2017-08-01.
  48. "高畑裕太の代役に戸塚純貴 真野恵里菜が主演「青の帰り道」" (in Japanese). Sponichi Annex. 2017-08-06.
  50. "真野恵里菜、初体験の連続に感激 “ヤンキーっぽい”車が好きと告白も" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2018-01-25.
  51. "ガリバー新CM出演のお知らせ" (in Japanese). J.P ROOM. 2018-02-09.
  53. "真野恵里菜と横浜流星が「彼氏をローンで買いました」で共演、野島伸司の新作ドラマ" (in Japanese). natalie. 2018-02-23.
  54. "【公式】ドラマ「彼氏をローンで買いました」第1話〈野島伸司脚本、真野恵里菜・横浜流星・長谷川京子・久松郁実・小野ゆり子・淵上泰史ら出演による現代女性のリアルを赤裸々に代弁する恋愛ストーリー〉フル映像" (in Japanese). dTV (via YouTube). 2018-03-08.
  56. "真野恵里菜、レゲエ歌手・寿君のMV出演「運命を感じました」" (in Japanese). Sports Hochi. 2018-04-10.
  57. "真野恵里菜主演「青の帰り道」ドイツの日本映画祭に出品" (in Japanese). natalie. 2018-05-16.
  58. "もっと上手に生きられたら…真野恵里菜や横浜流星らが苦悩する「青の帰り道」予告" (in Japanese). natalie. 2018-10-17.
  59. "実写『BLEACH』に長澤まさみ、江口洋介、田辺誠一ら 追加キャスト発表" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2018-05-30.
  60. 60.0 60.1 "September 18, 2018" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2018-09-18.
  61. "真野恵里菜、帰国後メディア初登場 スペインでの生活は?" (in Japanese). modelpress. 2018-10-05.
  62. "真野恵里菜、結婚後も女優業に意欲「お互い尊重し合ってやっていければ」 " (in Japanese). Mynavi News. 2018-08-04.
  63. "M-line clubからの大切なお知らせ" (in Japanese). M-line club official site. 2019-01-16.
  65. "お知らせ" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2019-03-01.
  66. "真野恵里菜がアベンヌブランドアンバサダーに就任" (in Japanese). The Television. 2019-05-25.
  68. "リリィ、さよなら。 - その手にふれたあの日から[Official Music Video]" (in Japanese). lilysayonara (via YouTube). 2019-08-27.
  69. "リリィさよなら" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2019-08-27.
  71. "キラキラ、眩しかった。" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2015-09-28.
  72. "柴崎、真野恵里菜と真剣交際「アモール」結婚視野に1年前から遠距離愛" (in Japanese). Sponichi Annex. 2017-11-24.
  73. "柴崎岳と熱愛報道の真野恵里菜 白のシースルー衣装" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2017-11-25.
  74. "真野恵里菜、サッカー柴崎岳選手との熱愛質問飛ぶ" (in Japanese). modelpress. 2017-11-25.
  75. "真野恵里菜、サッカー元日本代表MF柴崎との交際報道に無言" (in Japanese). Sports Hochi. 2017-11-26.
  76. "ヘタフェ柴崎岳、真野恵里菜と今夏結婚!1万キロの遠距離恋愛成就" (in Japanese). Sankei Sports. 2018-04-18.
  77. "柴崎岳と真野恵里菜が結婚、遠距離愛実らせ来月にも" (in Japanese). Nikkan Sports. 2018-04-18.
  78. "柴崎岳&真野恵里菜、今週中に結婚!W杯終え幸せゴール 交際1年半" (in Japanese). Sponichi Annex. 2018-07-11.
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  83. "July 11, 2019" (in Japanese). Mano Erina Official Blog. 2019-07-11.
  86. "なかよしー!!!" (in Japanese). Miyazawa Sae Official Blog. 2013-04-27.
  87. "真野恵里菜「柴崎岳との交際」聞かれ無言も笑顔" (in Japanese). Tokyo Sports. 2018-01-25.
  88. 88.0 88.1 "NG無し!質問されたら絶対に答えないといけない女子会 【真野恵里菜×ミキティ】" (in Japanese). Hello! Mikitty official YouTube channel. 2019-10-24.

External Links[edit | edit source]

Mano Erina
Indies Singles 1. Manopiano | 2. Lucky Aura | 3. Lalala-Sososo
Major Singles 1. Otome no Inori | 2. Hajimete no Keiken | 3. Sekai wa Summer Party | 4. Kono Mune no Tokimeki wo | 5. Love&Peace=Paradise | 6. Haru no Arashi | 7. Onegai Dakara... | 8. Genkimono de Ikou! | 9. Seishun no Serenade | 10. My Days for You | 11. Doki Doki Baby / Tasogare Kousaten | 12. Song for the DATE | 13. NEXT MY SELF
Other Singles Digital: 1. Kakegae no nai Anata e ~my precious treasure box~
Collaboration: 1. Makeruna Wasshoi! | 2. Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku
Albums Original: 1. FRIENDS | 2. MORE FRIENDS | 3. More Friends Over
DVDs / BDs DVD Video Collections: 1. Mano Erina Single V Clips 1 | 2. Mano Erina Single V Clips 2
BD Video Collections: 1. Mano Erina Zen Single MUSIC VIDEO Blu-ray File 2011
Image DVDs: 1. Mano Guam | 2. Mano Guide in Yakushima | 3. From Days | 4. UP TO DATE | 5. Behind of Photobook Mano-chan ~Dear Friends~
Concerts & Events
Solo Concerts

Concert Tours: Spring 2009 | Fall 2009 | 2011 | 2012 | 2014 | 2016
One-Day Concerts: 2013 | 2019
Dinner Shows: 2014 | Spring 2015 | Fall 2015 | 2016
Release Events: Mano Erina 10th Single Release Event Mano Sonata ~Red Sensation~

Joint Concerts

Spring Tours: 2010 (with S/mileage)

Hello! Project Concerts

Summer Tours: 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012
Winter Tours: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013
Other Concerts: Hello! Project ☆ Festival 2011

Units & Other Groups
Associated Acts Hello Pro Egg | Ongaku Gatas | Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | Petitmoni V | Hello! Project Mobekimasu | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers
Ongaku Gatas
Current Members Yoshizawa Hitomi (Captain) | Ishikawa Rika | Korenaga Miki | Sengoku Minami | Konno Asami | Noto Arisa | Satoda Mai
Former Members Mano Erina | Muto Mika | Sawada Yuri
Singles 1. Narihajimeta Koi no BELL | 2. Yattarouze! | 3. Come Together | 4. READY! KICK OFF!!
Albums 1. 1st GOODSAL
Concerts Spring 2008 | Winter 2008 | Spring 2010
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | Morning Musume | Hello Pro Egg | Country Musume | v-u-den | Mano Erina | Up Up Girls (Kari)
1999 Ichii Sayaka | Yasuda Kei | Goto Maki
2000 Yoshizawa Hitomi
2002 Ogawa Makoto | Ayaka
Petitmoni V Nakajima Saki | Hagiwara Mai | Mano Erina
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
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
Hello Pro Kenshuusei
25th Generation Yonemura Kirara
27th Generation Yamada Ichigo | Nakayama Natsume
28th Generation Kubota Nanami | Matsubara Yulia
29th Generation Saito Madoka | Onoda Karin
30th Generation

Hiromoto Ruri | Hashida Honoka | Nishizaki Miku | Hirayama Yuki | Kitahara Momo | Ebata Kisaki | Yofuu Runo | Murakoshi Ayana | Uemura Hasumi

Former Members
1st Generation Korenaga Miki | Kawashima Miyuki | Okada Yui | Noto Arisa | Morozuka Kanami | Aoki Erina | Tanaka Anri | Ose Kaede | Sengoku Minami | Sawada Yuri | Muto Mika | Hashida Mirei | Furukawa Konatsu | Hashimoto Aina | Ooyanagi Maho | Akiyama Yurika | Okada Robin Shoko | Arihara Kanna | Goto Yuki | Sainen Mia | Mori Saki | Yutoku Ayumi | Kitahara Sayaka | Wada Ayaka | Maeda Yuuka | Fukuda Kanon | Saho Akari | Okai Asuna | Sekine Azusa | Ogawa Saki | Maeda Irori | Arai Manami
2nd Generation Mano Erina | Ogura Manami | Komine Momoka
Transfer Student Linlin
3rd Generation Kikkawa Yuu
4th Generation Fukumura Mizuki | Kaneko Rie | Takeuchi Akari
5th Generation Miyamoto Karin
6th Generation Sezaki Azusa | Sato Ayano
7th Generation Hirano Tomomi | Katsuta Rina
8th Generation Takagi Sayuki
9th Generation Tanabe Nanami
10th Generation Kizawa Runa | Nagasawa Wakana | Kudo Haruka
11th Generation Yoshihashi Kurumi | Hamaura Ayano | Taguchi Natsumi
12th Generation Otsuka Aina | Mogi Minami | Ogawa Rena
13th Generation Yamaga Kanae | Oda Sakura
14th Generation Kosuga Fuyuka | Uemura Akari
15th Generation Okamura Rise | Murota Mizuki
16th Generation Yamagishi Riko | Nomura Minami
17th Generation Kanazawa Tomoko | Ichioka Reina | Kaga Kaede | Kishimoto Yumeno | Makino Maria | Wada Sakurako
18th Generation Sasaki Rikako
19th Generation Tanaka Karen | Inaba Manaka | Mikame Kana | Fujii Rio | Mashiro Kana | Inoue Hikaru
20th Generation Yamaki Risa | Yokogawa Yumei | Niinuma Kisora | Oura Hirona | Dambara Ruru | Haga Akane | Funaki Musubu
21st Generation Aikawa Maho | Takemura Miu | Saito Kana
22nd Generation Hashimoto Nagisa | Horie Kizuki | Shimano Momoko | Ogata Risa | Hirose Ayaka | Tanimoto Ami | Inoue Rei | Asakura Kiki | Onoda Saori
23rd Generation Takase Kurumi
24th Generation Ono Mizuho | Nakano Rion | Yanagawa Nanami | Maeda Kokoro | Akiyama Mao | Kanatsu Mizuki | Kasahara Momona | Okamoto Honoka
25th Generation Noguchi Kurumi | Ono Kotomi | Kodama Sakiko | Kiyono Momohime
26th Generation Kawamura Ayano | Yokoyama Reina | Yoshida Marie | Nishida Shiori | Yamazaki Yuhane | Hashisako Rin
27th Generation Shimakura Rika | Hibi Marina | Eguchi Saya | Doi Rena | Okamura Minami | Matsunaga Riai
28th Generation Hashimoto Momoko | Goto Sayaka | Tamenaga Shion | Shutto Anna | Kanemitsu Ruru
29th Generation Kusunoki Mei
Indies Singles 1. Kanojo ni Naritai!!! | 2. Ten Made Nobore! | 3. Oheso no Kuni Kara Konnichiwa / Ten Made Nobore! (DVD single)
Soundtrack Singles Karen na Gasshoudan
Campaign Singles Sora ga Aru | Mottainai Baasan Ondo
Albums 1. ① Let's say "Hello!" | 2. Rainbow×2
Concerts & Events
Shinjin Kouen Concerts

2007: May | August | November
2008: March | June | September | November
2009: April | June | September | November
2010: March | June | September | November

Happyoukai Concerts

2011: September
2012: March | June | September | December
2013: March | June | September | December
2014: February/March | June | September | November/December
2015: March | June | September | November/December
2016: February/March | June | September | December
2017: March | June | September | December
2018: March | June | September | December
2019: March | June | September | December
2020: March
Test Events: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020

Other Concerts 2010nen Hello Pro Egg Norimen Live 2gatsu
Units & Other Groups
Sub-Units & Groups Tomoiki Ki wo Uetai | Shugo Chara Egg! | Kashou Egg | Hello Pro Kenshuusei Unit
Debuted Acts
(within UP-FRONT)
THE Possible | Mano Erina | S/mileage | Kikkawa Yuu | Up Up Girls (Kari) | Juice=Juice | Kobushi Factory | Tsubaki Factory | BEYOOOOONDS
Associated Acts v-u-den | Little Gatas | ℃-ute | Mix Gatas | Morning Musume | Ongaku Gatas | Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | MilkyWay | High-King | Aa! | Shin Minimoni | Reborn Eleven | Jurin | Country Girls
Related Acts Up-Front Egg | NICE GIRL Project! Kenshuusei | Hello Pro Kansai Kenshuusei | Hello Pro Korea Kenshuusei | Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido
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