Nakazawa Yuko (中澤裕子) is a Japanese singer, actress, radio host and TV-personality under UP-FRONT CREATE. She is a former idol under Hello! Project as a founding member of Morning Musume, which she also became the first-ever leader of. She was also a solo act during her time in the group and after her graduation. Later, she was also a part of the reunion groups Dream Morning Musume and Morning Musume 20th. As a soloist her CD sales exceed 350,000 copies in Japan alone. Nakazawa's highest selling single is "Karasu no Nyoubou".

Biography[edit | edit source]

Nakazawa Yuko, 2014

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Nakazawa Yuko, April 2011

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Nakazawa Yuko, October 2007

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Nakazawa Yuko, September 2006

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Nakazawa Yuko, 1999

Nakazawa Yuko, 1998

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Nakazawa Yuko was born on June 19, 1973 in Kyoto, Japan.

1997[edit | edit source]

Nakazawa saw an advertisement for audition screenings being held in Osaka, and had an immediate gut feeling that this was her chance and she needed to go for it[1].

On May 24, 1997, Nakazawa participated in the audition held in Osaka called Sharam Q Josei Rock Vocalist Audition. Nakazawa was working as office lady in Osaka,[2] and auditioned to seek adventure as an escape from her current life.[3]

On July 29, Nakazawa (along with 10 other people) had made it to the second stage of the audition, and was sent to training camp to practice her singing and dancing skills.

On July 31, they performed on stage in front of an audience, dancing as a group doing a choreography they had been practicing.

On August 3, Nakazawa had made it to the final stage and got to sing on stage in the ASAYAN studio. She lost to Heike Michiyo.

Once she failed the audition, she was preparing to go back to her normal life, but then the staff of Asayan asked her to return to Tokyo, with no other details.

On August 20,Nakazawa, along with Ishiguro AyaIida Kaori, Abe Natsumi, and Fukuda Asuka, had been invited back to the ASAYAN studio. They had a meeting with Sharam Q and a producer asking them if they wanted to debut as a group on the condition of selling 50.000 copies of a single within five days.They were never explicitly promised that they would be able to formally debut, but they would give them an indies single release and if they sold well, they could debut in the future. Nakazawa realized this might be her last chance to be an entertainer even without knowing what all of this meant, so for her, she only ever thought about going for it, about moving forward. It was less worry or fear and more just that she had to do it.

On September 7, Tsunku named the group Morning Musume, and Nakazawa became the group's first leader as the oldest member at 24 years of age. Nakazawa was shocked when their manager told them that she would be the leader of the group, and didn't know why, but then she realized she was the oldest and figured that made sense. They started voice training, shoot the CD cover for their indies single Ai no Tane, recorded the song, recorded and released the PV before embarking on the task in November.The quintet accomplished that task on November 30, after just 4 days.[4][5]

In December, Morning Musume started recording three songs, where one of them would be released as their debut single in January.

1998[edit | edit source]

On January 28, 1998, Morning Musume released their major debut single, Morning Coffee.

In mid-June, Nakazawa is offered a solo career as an enka singer. Nakazawa was initially confused and upset by the president of UP-FRONT AGENCY deciding she should become an enka singer, but after consulting her mother who told her not pass up the opportunity, as well as being told by her manager, "Well, if your mind isn’t 100% with this decision, you might as well quit," Nakazawa decided to take on the challenge.[6] [7]

On July 5, it was announced that Tsunku would be Nakazawa's producer, and Horiuchi Takao would stand for the musical composition. The same week Nakazawa is doing the jacket shooting for her debut single, and the relase date is announced to be August 5. The title is also announced; Karasu no Nyoubou. The following week the recordings for the song started. Horiuchi sang the song in studio in front of Nakazawa, so she would know how to sing it.

In mid-July to the end of July, Nakazawa starts promoting the single through a campaign called "Enka Yoru Campaign". She is handing out flyers to the public in the streets, as well as going from bar to bar singing the song. She is followed by two staff members carrying flags with the single logo on them. During daytime, she takes the trains to several different cities, like Fukuoka, Hiroshima, and Nagoya, doing the same kind of promotion but attending offices, restaurants and retirement homes in addition the bars at night time..

Nakazawa performs the song in concert for the first time at Hello! FIRST LIVE AT SHIBUYA KOHKAIDO, a concert held from July 21 to July 27.

On August 5, Nakazawa released her debut single, Karasu no Nyoubou.

On August 9, the PV is shown on TV for the first time.[8]

On November 29, the title of Nakazawa's second single is announced as Odaiba Moonlight Serenade. It will be a collaborative single with fellow UP-FRONT AGENCY enka singer Takayama Gen, set for release on December 2. They will sing the song as a duet. Nakazawa changes her name from Nakazawa Yuko (中澤裕子) to Nakazawa Yuko (中澤ゆうこ) for this and her future releases.

On December 2, Nakazawa released her second single, Odaiba Moonlight Serenade.

On December 6, it is announced on ASAYAN that Nakazawa will release her debut solo album on December 12. The title is Nakazawa Yuko Dai Isshou, and is an album of original songs and cover songs. The song "Sutenaide yo" is used to promote the album.''

On December 12, Nakazawa released her debut album, Nakazawa Yuko Dai Isshou.

1999[edit | edit source]

From January 5, Nakazawa started co-hosting the infotainment show Idol wo Sagase alongside Heike Michiyo.

In May, it is announced that Nakazawa will go on an enka campaign, supported by Inaba Atsuko. The campaign is similar to the one she did for her debut single in the summer of 1998. Nakazawa is handing out flyers and signing posters. She is followed by staff members carrying flags, as well as Inaba helping the staff and Nakazawa.

On the ASAYAN episode aired June 6, we see Nakazawa recording the PV for her third single.

On June 9, Nakazawa released her third solo single, "Junjou Koushinkyoku".

When the single was announced she started an enka campaign, where she teamed up with fellow UP-FRONT artist Yanagisawa Junko. They would both record their own versions of the single. A limited edition of the single was also released, where Nakazawa sang the main chorus and Yanagisawa sang a few lines and the chorus. Yanagisawa would also join Nakazawa in the Hello! Project '99 concert that year. Their performance was cut from the VHS release, but Yanagisawa can be seen singing "Zurui Onna" at the end.

On August 10, Nakazawa was an MC at Miyoshi Chinatsu's Debut Event.

On December 28, Nakazawa and Heike handed over their roles as hosts of "Idol wo Sagase" to Iida Kaori and Toda Rinne.

2000[edit | edit source]

In February, Nakazawa was placed in Akagumi 4, one of the three Hello! Project shuffle units that Tsunku started as a project. All three units released singles on March 8 as a sales competition.[9] Akagumi 4's single "Akai Nikkichou" sold the most out of the three groups, ranking #2 on the Oricon singles chart with 271,640 copies sold in the first week.[10]

On June 11, Tsunku announced on an episode of ASAYAN that Nakazawa was going to release her fourth single. He also said: "As I was talking with my staff, we agreed not to limit her potential as an enka artist but to expand her horizon as a Nakazawa Yuko, just the way she was. [The single] may fit into the category of “adult contemporary” in J-pop. But I produced this song in hope for creating the best pop song." Nakazawa later said said she was so happy it wasn't enka, because she was uncomfortable seeing herself as an enka singer.[11]

On July 9, Nakazawa performed the song live on TV for the first time.

On July 12, she released her fourth solo single, "Shanghai no Kaze".

2001[edit | edit source]

A special fan club release was made in 2001: a special package of solo singles by all the members of Morning Musume (counting 13 girls at this time). Each girl released her own 3" CD single with a brand new original song. The titles of the singles are puns on their names. Nakazawa's single was a slow ballad about unrequited love titled "yuu・wa・ku" because she is sometimes called Yuu (or Yuu-chan).

On February 21, she released her fourth solo single, "Kuyashi Namida Porori".

Fukuda Asuka's graduation had a significant impact on Nakazawa, but it didn't cause her to think about herself graduating at all. However, once Ishiguro Aya graduated, Nakazawa realized that she would need to think about it, especially because she had more things she wanted to do.[12]

On March 7, Nakazawa announced that she would graduate from Morning Musume on April 15 at the end of their spring concert tour. She said in an interview in 2018 that she really didn't discuss her decision to graduate with anyone. She only told the group when she had to, and she sort of told them in a way like, this is what she wants, this is what's happening, and no one really talked about it after. However, after her graduation concert, she still had to finish up the first Morning Musume musical[13]. She then passed her role as the group's leader to Iida Kaori. She has cited her reasons for leaving as being her age (nearly 28 years old at the time of her graduation)  and her desire to pursue other things by the time she was 30.[14]

In April, Iida and Rinne handed over their roles as hosts of "Idol wo Sagase" to Nakazawa and Inaba Atsuko.

On April 15, Nakazawa graduated from Morning Musume in the Live Revolution 21 Haru ~Osaka Jou Hall Saishuu Bi~.

While Nakazawa was in Morning Musume, she had own radio show Nakazawa Yuko ALL NIGHT Nippon SUPER, which was cancelled after her graduation. After that she hosted Young Town Doyoubi for four years, and from 2004 she was the host for Ki Mama ni Classic until 2006. She also hosted a radio show called Majiasa.

On August 1, she released her fifth single, "Futari Gurashi". The B-side "Koi no Kioku" is Nakazawa's first attempt at lyrics, which she co-wrote with Tsunku. This was also the last single credited with her given name Yuko written hiragana as she began using her real name written in kanji for all following releases.

On August 21, she released her first solo photobook, titled Feather.

Nakazawa was a regular featured singer in Hello! Project's "Folk Songs" series alongside Ichii Sayaka. The first release, FOLK SONGS, was released in November. A concert was held at Shibuya AX where they sang songs from this album, folk songs not featured on the album and songs from their solo careers. This concert would later be released on VHS and DVD.

Nakazawa had acted while being in Morning Musume, but her debut in a drama would be her first this year, in Beauty 7. In the years to come she would star in more dramas, with probably Gokusen being the most famous one. She also starred in her first musical, "Footloose".

2002[edit | edit source]

In April, Nakazawa participated on Itsuki Hiroshi's album "Itsuki Hiroshi Cover & Self Collection ~Ofukuro no Komoriuta~"[15], on the track "Tabidatsu Kimi ni" with Itsuki and Fujimoto Miki. This track was later featured on the single "Ai no Merry Christmas", released in November.

On May 10, Nakazawa, Matsuura Aya and Fujimoto Miki all participated in the Itsuki Hiroshi Charity Concert in Fukui. The following day they also appeared at Dai 14-kai Mihama Itsuki marathon.[16]

On July 30, she released her first essay book, "Kaishin".

On August 25, she released her sixth single, "Tokyo Bijin". A few months after the release of the single, Nakazawa Yuko Single M Clips ①, a collection of all her music videos was released.

On November 25, Nakazawa released her second solo photobook, titled "Watashi ga Omou, Konna Onna".

On November 27, Nakazawa, as part of the Hello! Project Choir, released the single "Ai no Merry Christmas"; a collaboration single with Itsuki Hiroshi and Horiuchi Takao.

2003[edit | edit source]

In January, Nakazawa released her first live and talk tour as a solo artist, LIVE & TALK TOUR 2002 Shinshi wa Mini ga Osuki! at studio DREAM MAKER, on VHS and DVD.

On May 21, Nakazawa released her seventh single, "GET ALONG WITH YOU".

On November 23, she released her second essay book, Zutto Ushiro Kara Mite Kita.

2004[edit | edit source]

On February 11, she released her eighth single, as well as her first double A-side, titled "Genki no Nai Hi no Komoriuta / Nagaragawa no Hare".

On May 26, she released her ninth single, "DO MY BEST".

On July 22, she released her second album, Dai Nishou ~Tsuyogari~.

In late 2004, Nakazawa joined the special unit H.P. All Stars along with most of Hello! Project.

2005[edit | edit source]

For Hello! Project's 2005 summer shuffles units she was placed in Puripuri Pink.

On April 11, she became a performer on Cchu~nen!, a TV music program broadcast on the Mainichi Broadcasting System on Mondays, until the program's end on March 3, 2006.

2006[edit | edit source]

On September 27, Nakazawa released her 10th single, and her first in over a year, titled "Urara".

2007[edit | edit source]

In June, Nakazawa released Kisetsu no Monogatari -Kikitai Koto- on mail order through her Hello! Project fan club. She also released the concert Type-Y 2007 BIRTHDAY LIVE Mahou no Pressure! Kotoshi mo Yarimasu Special ~Live Ato, Yotei wo Irenaide Kudasai~ on DVD.

On October 10, Nakazawa released her 11th single, "Danna-sama".

In 2007, Nakazawa released the CD "Kirari 10-dai! Meisaku wo Yomou" which also featured Yaguchi Mari and Goto Maki. It features their radio play "Kirari 10-dai" which aired on NHK Radio.

2008[edit | edit source]

It was announced on October 19 that the Elder Club, including Nakazawa, would graduate from Hello! Project on March 31, 2009.[17][18]

2009[edit | edit source]

On February 1, Nakazawa passed her role as Hello! Project's leader to Takahashi Ai during the Elder Club's mass graduation concert, the Hello! Project 2009 Winter Kettei! Hello☆Pro Award '09 ~Elder Club Sotsugyou Kinen Special~, which was held at Yokohama Arena.[19]

After her graduation, she remained with UP-FRONT AGENCY. M-line club, a special fan club for Hello! Project graduates, including Nakazawa, was created in the beginning of April.

Since her graduation she continues to appear in commercials and hold small concerts or live events.

2010[edit | edit source]

On July 2, Nakazawa appeared as a special guest during Morning Musume's first performance in Paris, France at the Japan Expo 2010.[20]

In September, Nakazawa formed the unit Afternoon Musume with other Morning Musume OG members (Iida Kaori, Abe Natsumi, Yasuda Kei, Yaguchi Mari, Ogawa Makoto, Fujimoto Miki) to promote Georgia Coffee drinks.[21]

2011[edit | edit source]

On January 28, it was announced that Nakazawa would join the OG member group Dream Morning Musume, and that they would be releasing their first album titled Dorimusu ① on April 20.[22]

In August, it was announced that Nakazawa would star in the film TWILIGHT FILE VIII: Fighting Okan, which premiered in theaters in November.[23]

Nakazawa started fronting a diet drink called DHC Protein Diet. She also starred in HAPPY BIRTHDAY's music video for their song "SHIT!".[24]

On December 6, it was reported that Nakazawa would move to Fukuoka to be with her husband after getting married. Although Nakazawa would continue her career, her activities would be reduced since she would be traveling back and forth between Tokyo and Fukuoka. However, she would continue to participate in special concerts and events as much as she could.[25]

2013[edit | edit source]

In May, it was announced that Nakazawa would release an essay book titled "Musume Kara Haha e" on June 19.[26]

On October 1, Nakazawa, along with many other UP-FRONT PROMOTION members were transferred to UP-FRONT CREATE.

On December 31, Nakazawa participated as an MC in the Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2013 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~ and also performed with other OG members.[27]

2012[edit | edit source]

In the early summer, Nakazawa announced on her blog that she was expecting her first child in the winter, and on November 25th she gave birth to a baby girl.

2014[edit | edit source]

On April 3, Nakazawa made her first appearance as a regular Thursday commentator on Fukuoka Broadcasting Corporation's Mentai Wide and announced that she moved to Fukuoka that spring because it was convenient for her husband's job and caring for her daughter.[28]

2015[edit | edit source]

On May 7, Nakazawa gave birth to her second child, a boy.[29]

2017[edit | edit source]

On November 1, it was announced that the first generation members of Morning Musume and the current members of Morning Musume '17 would form a collaborative unit named Morning Musume 20th.[30]

On December 13, Nakazawa and the four other original members of Morning Musume performed on a live stage together for the first time in 18 years on the second night of Fuji TV's 2017 FNS Kayousai.[31]

2018[edit | edit source]

On March 31, Nakazawa performed with several other Morning Musume OG members in the Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! and Morning Musume 20th Anniversary!! Premiums of the Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! Hello! Project Hina Fes 2018 at Pacifico Yokohama.[32]

On July 28 and 29, Nakazawa performed as an OG guest in the Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! Hello! Project 2018 SUMMER concerts in Fukuoka.[33][34][35]

On December 1, Nakazawa performed at the COTTON CLUB to commemorate the 20th anniversary since her solo debut. It was later released on DVD in 2019 with the title Nakazawa Yuko LIVE at COTTON CLUB ~Shinshi wa Ima Demo Mini ga Osuki!~.

2019[edit | edit source]

On June 9, Nakazawa held a birthday live in Fukuoka, titled Nakazawa Yuko Birthday Live 2019 ~Yookinshatte ne!~, to commemorate her 47th birthday.[36][37] Later that year she held a christmas live in Tokyo, titled Nakazawa Yuko Chotto Dake Hayai Happy X’mas Show in Tokyo.[38]

In December, Nakazawa hosted a corner on RBK Radio called "Quiz Nakazawa Yuko" where she answered questions from fans.[39] [40]

2020[edit | edit source]

In early May, Nakazawa joined instagram.

On July 24, Nakazawa did an interview with TVQ, talking about her life since she moved to Fukuoka including her maternity, job and daily life. It was available on the networks official site and their YouTube channel for a limited time.[41]

On August 22, Nakazawa was on 24jikan Terebi in Fukuoka with Haraguchi Akimasa.[42]

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

Nakazawa has one sister (as well as a niece). She also has two chihuahuas: Taro (male) and Hana (female).

On December 6, 2011, Nakazawa announced she would be getting married in the following spring. It was also reported that after getting married, she would move to Fukuoka to live with her husband.[43] They officially registered their marriage on April 1, 2012.[44] On June 19, 2012, she announced during her birthday live that she was 5 months pregnant with her first child, and afterwards released an official statement on her blog.[45] On November 25, Nakazawa gave birth to a baby girl.[46] On December 7, 2014, Nakazawa announced that she was five months pregnant with her second child.[47] On May 7, 2015, Nakazawa gave birth to a boy.[48]

Profile[edit | edit source]

  • Charm point: Nose
  • Habits: Bites tongue when asleep, Stretching top lip, touching bangs
  • Fears: Natural disasters, live broadcasts
  • Something she can't handle: Seeing people cry
  • Most used emoticon: :heartbeat:
  • Strengths: "I'm easily impassioned"
  • Weaknesses: Short temper, easily
  • Favorite movies: "Phenomenon", "Legally Blonde", "City of Angels", "Shuri"
  • Favorite book: "Angel's Egg"
  • Favorite phrase: “Survival of the fittest…”
  • Favorite color: Purple
  • Favorite flowers: Cherry blossoms
  • Favorite season: Summer
  • Favorite food: Squid, boiled fresh white rice
  • Disliked food: Bananas, tomatoes, miso soup with bean curd and onions
  • Favorite clothes: Mini skirts
  • Favorite song: "Tokyo Bijin"

Discography[edit | edit source]

See also: Nakazawa Yuko Discography

See also: List:Nakazawa Yuko Discography Featured In

Studio Albums

Major Singles
Other Singles
Fan Club Singles

[2007.10.10] Type-Y 2007 BIRTHDAY LIVE Mahou no Pressure! Kotoshi mo Yarimasu Special ~Live Ato, Yotei wo Irenaide Kudasai~

Publications[edit | edit source]

Solo Photobooks[edit | edit source]

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  1. [2001.08.24] Feather
  2. [2002.11.25] Watashi ga Omou, Konna Onna
  3. [2004.xx.xx] camera shy

Essay Books[edit | edit source]

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Other[edit | edit source]

  • [1999/2000] GIRLPOP Hello! Project Special
  • Hello! Project Digital Books Vol.014 Yuko Nakazawa & Ayumi Shibata Vol. 3 & Vol. 4
  • Hello! Project Digital Books] Vol.027 Nakazawa Yuko, Iida Kaori & Abe Natsumi Vol. 4
  • [2003] Nakazawa Yuko Calendar
  • [2007.03] JAF Mate Series Taidan "Kuruma no Koto, Dou no Koto, JAF no Dainanakai Guest (Interviewed by Nakai Miho) (JAF Mate シリーズ対談「車のこと、道のこと、JAFの話」第7回ゲスト (聞き手は中井美穂))

Works[edit | edit source]

See also: List:Nakazawa Yuko Concerts & Event Appearances

TV Programs[edit | edit source]

  • [1999-2002] Idol wo Sagase!
  • [2000] Morning Musume no Heso
  • [2000] Friday Night wa Onegai! Morning (フライデーナイトはお願い!モーニング)
  • [2000.08.03] Utaban
  • [2000–2007] Hello! Morning
  • [2001–2004] M no Mokushiroku (Mの黙示録) (as MC)
  • [2001–2005] Osaka Hatsu Genki Dash!DOYAH (大阪発元気ダッシュ!DOYAH) (as MC)
  • [2002–2003] Hello Land (ハローランド)
  • [2003] NHK Junior Special (NHKジュニアスペシャル)
  • [2004] Futarigoto (二人ゴト)
  • [2005–2006] Cchu~nen! (っちゅ〜ねん!)
  • [2006] Chichin Puipui (ちちんぷいぷい)
  • [2001–2003, 2005–2006] Morita Kazuyoshi Hour: Waratte Ii Tomo! (森田一義アワー 笑っていいとも!)
  • [2010] Iki da ne! Watashi no Tokyo Jikan (イキだね!わたしの東京時間)
  • [2010–2011] Geki ☆ Otoboke plus (激☆音ボケ plus)
  • [2010–2011] Tsuuhan Bijin Trend Collection (通販美人 Trend Collection)
  • [2011] Daredemo Dekiru Hajimete no Kirie (誰でもできる はじめての切り絵)
  • [2014–] Mentai Wide (めんたいワイド) (guest commentator on Thursdays)
  • [2014-] Momochi Hama Store (ももち浜ストア) (regular once a month, regular every monday from 2016)
  • [2014-2016] Shun-kan Kitakyuushuu (旬感北九州) (Narrator)
  • [2016-2017] Tenjin Nichiyoubi! (天神日曜ビ!)
  • [2017-] Sunday Watch (サンデーウォッチ) (regular once a month)
  • [2017-] Jikkan Dododo! (実感ドドド!)
  • [2019-] Terebi-ha (テレビ派) (regular once a month)

TV Dramas[edit | edit source]

  • [1998] Taiyou Musume to Umi
  • [2001] Beauty 7 (ビューティ7)
  • [2001] Mukai Arata no Doubutsu Nikki ~Aiken Rossinante no Sainan~ (向井荒太の動物日記~愛犬ロシナンテの災難~)
  • [2002] Ginza no Koi (ギンザの恋)
  • [2002] Gokusen (ごくせん)
  • [2003] Densetsu no Madame (伝説のマダム)
  • [2004] Kochira Hon Ikegami Sho 3, 4 & 5(こちら本池上署)
  • [2004] Home Maker (ほーむめーかー)
  • [2007] Getsuyou Golden (月曜ゴールデン)
  • [2009] Tokumei Kakarichou Tadano Hitoshi Season 4 Totsunyuu Special (特命係長 只野仁 シーズン4突入スペシャル)
  • [2009] Doyou Wide Gekijou (土曜ワイド劇場「火災調査官・紅蓮次郎」) (as Tanashi Kozue)
  • [2010] Matsumoto Seichou Drama Special: Kiri no Hata (松本清張ドラマスペシャル・霧の旗) (as Otsuka Yoshiko)
  • [2011] Sakura Shinjuu (さくら心中) (as Takakura Akemi)
  • [2012] Counter no Futari (カウンターのふたり) (as Okano Ayako)
  • [2016] Sono "Okodawari", Watashi ni mo Kure yo!! (その「おこだわり」、私にもくれよ!!) (as herself)

Web Dramas[edit | edit source]

  • [2006] Doutoku Joshi Tandai Eko-ken Dai 3-wa "Tokyo Dasshutsu" (道徳女子短大 エコ研 第3話「東京脱出」) - also released on DVD

Internet[edit | edit source]

  • [2005.04.30] Hello! Project Video Chat #7 (第7回ハロプロビデオチャット)
  • [2005.06.24] Hello! Project Video Chat #15 (第15回ハロプロビデオチャット)
  • [2005.07.21] Hello! Project Video Chat #19 (第19回ハロプロビデオチャット)
  • Hello! Pro Hour

Theater[edit | edit source]

  • [2001] LOVE Century ~Yume wa Minakerya Hajimaranai~
  • [2001] Footloose (フットルース)
  • [2003] Edo no Hanayome (江戸の花嫁)
  • [2005-2006] Kasagi Shizuko Monogatari Wagauta Boogie Woogie (笠置シズ子物語 わが歌ブギウギ)
  • [2006, 2008] Apache Toride no Koubou "Tomadoi no Nichiyoubi" (アパッチ砦の攻防「戸惑いの日曜日」)
  • [2007] Blue Blue Birthday (ぶるー・ブルー・バースディ)
  • [2007; 2008; 2010; 2011] Saka no Gabai Baachan (佐賀のがばいばあちゃん)
  • [2009] Kagayake! Shufu Band FOUR RIVERS Smoke on the Water 2009 (輝け! 主婦バンド FOUR RIVERS スモーク・オン・ザ・ウォーター2009)
  • [2010] Haha no Sakura ga Chitta Yoru (母の桜が散った夜)
  • [2010, 2012] Genji Monogatari x Ohguro Maki songs ~Boku wa, Juunihitoe ni Koi wo Suru~ (源氏物語×大黒摩季songs 〜ボクは、十二単に恋をする〜)

Movies[edit | edit source]

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DVD[edit | edit source]

Radio[edit | edit source]

  • [2000–2001] Nakazawa Yuko no All Night Nippon SUPER! (中澤裕子のallnightnippon SUPER!)
  • [2001] Nakazawa Yuko no All Night Nippon Sunday Special (中澤裕子のallnightnippon Sunday Special)
  • [2001-2003] Nakazawa Yuko no All Night Nippon Sunday SUPER! (中澤裕子のallnightnippon Sunday SUPER!)
  • [2002–2004] Young Town Douyoubi (ヤングタウン土曜日)
  • [2004-2006] Music Plaza "Kimamani Classic (ミュージックプラザ「気ままにクラシック」)
  • [2009-2013] Young Town Douyoubi (ヤングタウン土曜日)
  • [2005–2008] Majiasa! (マジアサ!)
  • [2008–2009] JAM PUNCH (ジャム パンチ!)
  • [2011–2012] BAY LINE GO GO!! (ベイライン・ゴー!・ゴー!) (DJ on Wednesdays)
  • [2014–2015] Entame Variety THE☆Hit Jouhou (エンタメバラエティ THE☆ヒット情報) (on Tuesdays)
  • [2016-207] Doyou no Radio (土曜のらじお)
  • [2017] Nichiyou no Radio (日曜のらじお)
  • [2017] Yoshimoto Radio Barikata!!! (よしもとRadio バリカタ!!!)
  • [2018] Gabrina (ガブリナ)
  • [2019] Kyou wa Tsuitachi "Hello! Pro" Zanmai (今日は一日“ハロプロ”三昧)

Commercials[edit | edit source]

  • [2000] Glico Mousse Pocky
  • [2001] Elleseine (エルセーヌ)
  • [2001–2002] Oriko Card (オリコカード)
  • [2001] Nihon Chouou Keiba (日本中央競馬会) (voice)
  • [2002] Shiseido Cty Veil (資生堂シティベール)
  • [2008] Gen hin fugu (玄品ふぐ)
  • [2009] House hokuhin kare nabe tsuyu (ハウス食品カレー鍋つゆ)
  • [2011] DHC Protein Diet (DHCプロティンダイエット)

Music Videos[edit | edit source]

  • [2011] HAPPY BIRTHDAY - SHIT!
  • [2014] Koisuru Baila Baila - KYOKO
  • [2014] Southern All Stars - Tengoku On The Beach (天国オン・ザ・ビーチ)

Rankings[edit | edit source]

  • She ranked #1 in music goo's 2011 "The best former leaders of Morning Musume" poll.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Her father passed away of a sudden stroke at the age of 29 (she was 6 years old at the time). Her solo monologue in Happy Summer Wedding was difficult for her, and Tsunku had to help her convey the proper tone he wanted for the song. When she got married in 2012, she said an altered version of the monologue "introducing" her husband to her father's butsudan.[49]
  • She is extremely close to her mother, Reiko. She has often wished her well for her birthday on-air (a few times on Hello! Morning, and during her casting duties in Fukuoka.) She has often cited her mother as one of her biggest role models and strives to follow in her footsteps, both as a strong woman and a mother.
  • After losing the Sharam Q Josei Rock Vocalist Audition in 1997, Nakazawa recieved a phone call from ASAYAN when at the beach with friends from Osaka. They had taken her out to try to get her spirits up after losing the audition. She couldn't stop crying when they asked her to come down to the studio, so much that her friends were concerned. Nakazawa jumped on the Shinkansen heading for Tokyo again, without knowing anything.
  • She was known as an older sister figure within Hello! Project but was also famous for her aggressive, yankee-like personality as well.
  • She has grown accustomed to usually speaking with a Tokyo dialect, and has usually suggested fellow members from Kansai (Heike Michiyo, Kago Ai, and more recently Mitsui Aika) speak in a Tokyo dialect while in Hello! Project. Ironically, she is known for bursting out in her native Kansai dialect whenever she is annoyed, usually “scaring” younger members.
  • She was particularly close to Ichii Sayaka before her graduation from Morning Musume and Hello! Project, and still remains a fairly close friend to her and her new family.
  • She used to be a big fan of punk music.
  • She has stated that her reason for graduating from Morning Musume was that she began to feel physically limited from keeping up with the group’s activities due to her age.
  • At one point, she hated bananas so much that she felt repulsed just being in the same room with them. However, when asked by Tsuji Nozomi what had changed about her since she had graduated from Morning Musume, Nakazawa said that she could now be in the same room with someone eating a banana and is fine with it.
  • She is not a big fan of using phones and is known for not answering the phone (so much so that Yasuda Kei has said it is a “miracle” if Nakazawa answers the phone).
  • She was one of the oldest members of Hello! Project.
  • She is the seventh former Morning Musume member to get married, the first being Ishiguro Aya, second being Ichii Sayaka, third being Iida Kaori, fourth being Tsuji Nozomi, fifth being Fujimoto Miki, and sixth being Yaguchi Mari
  • She is the first former Morning Musume member to only graduate from Morning Musume and not Hello! Project.
  • When Morning Musume appeared on Music Fighter in 2009 to promote "Naichau Kamo" and they were asked to think of a new nickname for her, Junjun answered "Nakazawa-chan", and Linlin answered "Blonde Fat Ass" after being given the suggestion by one of the hosts.
  • When Tsunku appeared on the variety show Shabekuri 007 in April 2009, he described Nakazawa as "harsh" and a "sadist".[50]
  • Said in a 2018 interview that Morning Cop and Pinch Runner left the deepest impact on her looking back over the last 20 years[51].
  • Said in a 2018 interview that her favorite song, putting aside her graduation song, her favorite might be Kimagure Princess[52].

Total Sales Count[edit | edit source]

Year Year Sales Total Sales
1998 102,480 102,480
1999 26,820 129,300
2000 52,560 181,860
2001 112,650 294,510
2002 16,860 311,370
2003 13,147 324,517
2004 20,834 345,351
2005 0 345,351
2006 3,966 349,317
2007 4,275
2008 1,020 354,612

See Also[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles
First

Leader of Morning Musume
September 7, 1997 – April 15, 2001

Succeeded by
Iida Kaori

First

Leader of Hello! Project
April 15, 2001 – February 1, 2009

Succeeded by
Takahashi Ai

First

Oldest member of Morning Musume
September 7, 1997 - April 15, 2001

Succeeded by
Yasuda Kei

First

Oldest member of Hello! Project
January 26, 1998 - February 21, 1999

Succeeded by
Shinoda Miho

Preceded by
Shinoda Miho

Oldest member of Hello! Project
October 10, 2000 - March 31, 2009

Succeeded by
Takahashi Ai

References[edit | edit source]

  1. YouTUbe
  2. "モーニング娘。ミニ・インタビュー 中澤裕子" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-10-26. (Archived)
  3. "平家充代(18)大決定!!!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-08-31. (Archived)
  4. "モーニング娘。" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-09-14.
  5. "モーニング娘。'14『結成17年目★再評価のワケとは? 2014年はさらなる“勝負”へ』" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2014-01-29.
  6. Yuko Nakazawa Solo Debut The 10th Anniversary Special DVD!
  7. Episode of ASAYAN aired on June 21 and June 28, 1998
  8. ASAYAN episode aired August 9, 1998.
  9. "つんく緊急企画!!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 2000-02. (Archived)
  10. "黄色5/青色7/あか組4" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 2000-03. (Archived)
  11. 中澤裕子- Solo debut The 10th anniversary SPECIAL DVD
  12. YouTube Interview
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  14. "中澤裕子脱退!!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. (Archived).
  15. [2]Musicbrainz.org
  16. [3]https://sayum.in/cgi/webcal/webcal.php?year=2002&mon=5[4]
  17. "モー娘。OGなど、来年3月末にハロプロ一斉卒業へ" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2008-10-19.
  18. "ハロー!プロジェクトから年長組が全員卒業" (in Japanese). natalie. 2008-10-19.
  19. "ハロプロよ永遠なれ!なっち、あややら感涙の卒業ライブ" (in Japanese). natalie. 2009-02-03.
  20. "Japan Expo" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2010-07-03.
  21. "娘。OGがジョージアCMで新ユニット「アフタヌーン娘δ」" (in Japanese). natalie. 2010-09-07.
  22. "「新人賞狙いたい」モーニング娘。卒業生が夢のチーム結成" (in Japanese). natalie. 2011-01-28.
  23. "中澤裕子は「なでしこ“オカン”」(!?)。主演映画でボクサー目指す主婦役に" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2011-09-01.
  24. "HAPPY BIRTHDAYビデオクリップで中澤裕子の1日を暴く" (in Japanese). natalie. 2011-10-26.
  25. "中澤裕子スピード婚!交際4カ月、来春挙式 (1/2ページ)" (in Japanese). Sankei Sports. 2011-12-06. (Archived)
  26. "中澤裕子40歳記念エッセイ『 娘。から母へ 』" (in Japanese). Wani Books.
  27. "ハロプロ年越し、今年は大阪&神戸同時開催" (in Japanese). natalie. 2013-10-22.
  28. "お知らせです☆" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2014-04-03.
  29. [5]Official Blog
  30. "モーニング娘。オリジナル&現役メンバーのコラボシングル「愛の種(20th Anniversary Ver.)」配信限定でリリース!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-11-01.
  31. https://twitter.com/fns_kayousai/status/938860874751602689
  32. "ハロプロ20周年の「ひなフェス」初日はレジェンド続々登場" (in Japanese). natalie. 2018-04-07.
  33. "「Hello! Project 2018 SUMMER」にハロプロOG豪華25人がゲスト出演" (in Japanese). natalie. 2018-06-15.
  34. "ハロプロ。" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2018-07-28.
  35. "終わりました。" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2018-07-29.
  36. https://twitter.com/Serena_maki710/status/1137691936582557696
  37. "「中澤裕子バースデーライブ2019~よーきんしゃったね!~」グッズ先行販売のお知らせ!" (in Japanese). UP-FRONT CREATE. 2019-06-03.
  38. [6]Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog
  39. [7]Radiko
  40. [8]Twitter
  41. TVQ Official Site
  42. Official Blog (August 2020)
  43. "中澤裕子スピード婚!交際4カ月、来春挙式 (1/2ページ)" (in Japanese). Sankei Sports. 2011-12-06. (archived)
  44. "いつも応援してくださっている皆様へ" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2012-04-01.
  45. "☆皆様へご報告☆" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2012-06-19.
  46. "ご報告です" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2012-11-27.
  47. "ご報告です" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2014-12-07.
  48. "NakazaWorld「☆皆さんへ☆」" (in Japanese). 2015-05-08.
  49. http://kameieri.koiwazurai.com/amor/nakazawa-happysummer.html
  50. Shabekuri 007. Nippon TV. Broadcast: 2009-04-20.
  51. http://www.hello-online.org/index.php?/blog/1529/entry-13471-translation-nakazawa-yuko-upcoming-interview-part-2/
  52. http://www.hello-online.org/index.php?/blog/1529/entry-13471-translation-nakazawa-yuko-upcoming-interview-part-2/[9]

External Links[edit | edit source]

Nakazawa Yuko
Discography
Singles 1. Karasu no Nyoubou | 2. Odaiba Moonlight Serenade | 3. Junjou Koushinkyoku | 4. Shanghai no Kaze | 5. Kuyashi Namida Porori | 6. Futari Gurashi | 7. Tokyo Bijin | 8. GET ALONG WITH YOU | 9. Genki no Nai Hi no Komoriuta / Nagaragawa no Hare | 10. DO MY BEST | 11. Urara | 12. Danna-sama
Albums Original: 1. Nakazawa Yuko Dai Isshou | 2. Dai Nisshou ~Tsuyogari~
Best: Legend
Collaborations: 1. FOLK SONGS | 2. Folk Songs 2 | 3. Together!
DVDs Video Collections: Nakazawa Yuko Single M Clips ①
Concerts: LIVE & TALK TOUR 2002 Shinshi wa Mini ga Osuki! at studio DREAM MAKER
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Morning Musume | Akagumi 4 | H.P. All Stars | Puripuri Pink | Afternoon Musume | Dream Morning Musume | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers
Morning Musume
History | Timeline | Auditions | DVDs | Publications
Members
9th Generation Fukumura Mizuki (Leader) | Ikuta Erina (Sub-leader)
10th Generation Ishida Ayumi (Sub-leader) | Sato Masaki
11th Generation Oda Sakura
12th Generation Nonaka Miki | Makino Maria | Haga Akane
13th Generation Kaga Kaede | Yokoyama Reina
14th Generation Morito Chisaki
15th Generation Kitagawa Rio | Okamura Homare | Yamazaki Mei
Former Members
1st Generation Nakazawa Yuko | Ishiguro Aya | Iida Kaori | Abe Natsumi | Fukuda Asuka
2nd Generation Yasuda Kei | Yaguchi Mari | Ichii Sayaka
3rd Generation Goto Maki
4th Generation Ishikawa Rika | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Tsuji Nozomi | Kago Ai
5th Generation Takahashi Ai | Konno Asami | Ogawa Makoto | Niigaki Risa
6th Generation Fujimoto Miki | Kamei Eri | Michishige Sayumi | Tanaka Reina
7th Generation Kusumi Koharu
8th Generation Mitsui Aika | Junjun | Linlin
9th Generation Sayashi Riho | Suzuki Kanon
10th Generation Iikubo Haruna | Kudo Haruka
12th Generation Ogata Haruna
Discography
Singles Indies Singles

Ai no Tane

Major Singles

1. Morning Coffee | 2. Summer Night Town | 3. Daite HOLD ON ME! | 4. Memory Seishun no Hikari | 5. Manatsu no Kousen | 6. Furusato | 7. LOVE Machine | 8. Koi no Dance Site | 9. Happy Summer Wedding | 10. I WISH | 11. Ren'ai Revolution 21 | 12. The☆Peace! | 13. Mr.Moonlight ~Ai no Big Band~ | 14. Souda! We're ALIVE | 15. Do it! Now | 16. Koko ni Iruzee! | 17. Morning Musume no Hyokkori Hyoutanjima | 18. AS FOR ONE DAY | 19. Shabondama | 20. Go Girl ~Koi no Victory~ | 21. Ai Araba IT'S ALL RIGHT | 22. Roman ~MY DEAR BOY~ | 23. Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari | 24. Namida ga Tomaranai Houkago | 25. THE Manpower!!! | 26. Osaka Koi no Uta | 27. Iroppoi Jirettai | 28. Chokkan 2 ~Nogashita Sakana wa Ookiizo!~ | 29. SEXY BOY ~Soyokaze ni Yorisotte~ | 30. Ambitious! Yashinteki de Ii jan | 31. Aruiteru | 32. Egao YES Nude | 33. Kanashimi Twilight | 34. Onna ni Sachi Are | 35. Mikan | 36. Resonant Blue | 37. Pepper Keibu | 38. Naichau Kamo | 39. Shouganai Yume Oibito | 40. Nanchatte Ren'ai | 41. Kimagure Princess | 42. Onna ga Medatte Naze Ikenai | 43. Seishun Collection | 44. Onna to Otoko no Lullaby Game | 45. Maji Desu ka Ska! | 46. Only You | 47. Kono Chikyuu no Heiwa wo Honki de Negatterun da yo! | 48. Pyocopyoco Ultra | 49. Ren'ai Hunter | 50. One・Two・Three / The Matenrou Show | 51. Wakuteka Take a chance | 52. Help me!! | 53. Brainstorming / Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai | 54. Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke / Ai no Gundan | 55. Egao no Kimi wa Taiyou sa / Kimi no Kawari wa Iyashinai / What is LOVE? | 56. Toki wo Koe Sora wo Koe / Password is 0 | 57. TIKI BUN / Shabadaba Doo~ / Mikaeri Bijin | 58. Seishun Kozou ga Naiteiru / Yuugure wa Ameagari / Ima Koko Kara | 59. Oh my wish! / Sukatto My Heart / Imasugu Tobikomu Yuuki | 60. Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi / ENDLESS SKY / One and Only | 61. Utakata Saturday Night! / The Vision / Tokyo to Iu Katasumi | 62. Sexy Cat no Enzetsu / Mukidashi de Mukiatte / Sou ja nai | 63. BRAND NEW MORNING / Jealousy Jealousy | 64. Jama Shinai de Here We Go! / Dokyuu no Go Sign / Wakain da shi! | 65. Are you Happy? / A gonna | 66. Furari Ginza / Jiyuu na Kuni Dakara | 67. Jinsei Blues / Seishun Night | 68. KOKORO&KARADA / LOVEpedia / Ningen Kankei No way way | 69. Junjou Evidence / Gyuusaretai Dake na no ni

Digital Singles Gosenfu no Tasuki | Hana ga Saku Taiyou Abite
Albums Original Albums

1. First Time | 2. Second Morning | 3. 3rd -LOVE Paradise- | 4. 4th "Ikimasshoi!" | 5. No.5 | 6. Ai no Dai 6kan | 7. Rainbow 7 | 8. SEXY 8 BEAT | 9. Platinum 9 DISC | 10. ⑩ MY ME | 11. Fantasy! Juuichi | 12. 12, Smart | 13. ⑬ Colorful Character | 14. 14shou ~The message~ | 15. ⑮ Thank you, too

Mini Albums

7.5 Fuyu Fuyu Morning Musume Mini!

Cover Albums

COVER YOU

Soundtracks

Morning Cop ~Daite HOLD ON ME!~ | "Ribbon no Kishi The Musical" Song Selection | Engeki Joshibu Musical LILIUM -Lilium Shoujo Junketsu Kageki- Original Soundtrack | Engeki Joshibu Musical "TRIANGLE" Original Soundtrack | Engeki Joshibu Musical "Zoku 11nin Iru! Higashi no Chihei, Nishi no Towa" Original Soundtrack | Engeki Joshibu Musical "Pharaoh no Haka" Original Soundtrack

Best Albums Best! Morning Musume 1 | Best! Morning Musume 2 | Morning Musume ALL SINGLES COMPLETE ~10th ANNIVERSARY~ | Morning Musume Zen Single Coupling Collection | The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~ | Morning Musume '14 Coupling Collection 2 | Best! Morning Musume 20th Anniversary
Other Singles
& Albums
Morning Musume Sakura Gumi

1. Hare Ame Nochi Suki ♡ | 2. Sakura Mankai

Morning Musume Otome Gumi

1. Ai no Sono ~Touch My Heart!~ | 2. Yuujou ~Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!~

Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai

1. Bokura ga Ikiru MY ASIA | 2. Itoshiki Tomo e

Muten Musume

Appare Kaitenzushi!

Dream Morning Musume

Dorimusu ① | Shining Butterfly

Morning Musume 20th

Ai no Tane (20th Anniversary Ver.) | Morning Coffee (20th Anniversary Ver.) | Hatachi no Morning Musume

Collaborations

ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL! | Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku | YEAH YEAH YEAH / Akogare no Stress-free / Hana, Takenawa no Toki

Concerts
Concerts

Spring Tours: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Summer Tours: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002
Fall Tours: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019
Naruchika: 2013 | 2014 | 2016 | 2017
Overseas: 2008 (Taipei, Seoul, Shanghai) | 2009 (Anime Expo) | 2010 (Japan Expo) | 2014 (New York) | 2016 (Houston, Taipei) | 2017 (Hong Kong) | 2018 (Mexico City)
Dinner Shows: 2019 | 2020
Other: 2001 | 2009 | 2019

Other Concerts & Events
Hello! Project Concerts

Summer Tours: 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Winter Tours: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Hina Fes: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Hallo! Fes: 2018
COUNTDOWN PARTY: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016| 2017 | 2018 | 2019
Other: Hello! Project ☆ Festival 2011 | Hello! Project Yaon Premium LIVE ~Soto Fes~ supported by Hellosmile | Berryz Koubou Matsuri | Hello! Project 2020 ~The Ballad~

Units & Other Groups
In-group Subunits Tanpopo | Petitmoni | Minimoni | Minihamus | POCKY GIRLS | Venus Mousse | Morning Musume Sakura Gumi | Morning Musume Otome Gumi | Ecomoni | Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai | Muten Musume | Morimusu | Zenryoku Yasai Musume | Sashining Musume | Morning Musume 20th
Other Related Units Hello! Project Shuffle Unit | ZYX | ROMANS | Aa! | Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | W | v-u-den | GAM | Kira☆Pika | Athena & Robikerottsu | MilkyWay | High-King | Guardians 4 | Ex-ceed! | Afternoon Musume | Dream Morning Musume | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers | Oha Girl Maple | Reborn Eleven | Hello! Project Mobekimasu | Peaberry | DIY♡ | Harvest | LoVendoЯ | HI-FIN | Jurin | Sato no Akari | Triplet | ODATOMO | Kamiishinaka Kana | Country Girls
Hello! Project Shuffle Unit
Shuffle Units
2000
Akagumi 4 1st Gen: Shinoda Miho | Nakazawa Yuko | Danielle | Goto Maki
2nd Gen: Maeda Yuki | Yoshizawa Hitomi
Kiiro 5 1st Gen: Honda Ruru | Heike Michiyo | Yasuda Kei | Abe Natsumi | Ayaka
2nd Gen: Kago Ai
Aoiro 7 1st Gen: Inaba Atsuko | Kominato Miwa | Iida Kaori | Yaguchi Mari | Lehua | Ichii Sayaka | Mika
2nd Gen: Ishikawa Rika | Tsuji Nozomi
2001
3nin Matsuri Ishikawa Rika | Matsuura Aya | Kago Ai
7nin Matsuri Heike Michiyo | Ayaka | Yaguchi Mari | Lehua | Shibata Ayumi | Asami | Goto Maki
10nin Matsuri Yasuda Kei | Rinne | Murakami Megumi | Iida Kaori | Abe Natsumi | Saito Hitomi | Otani Masae | Mika | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Tsuji Nozomi
2002
Happy♡7 Saito Hitomi | Mika | Asami | Takahashi Ai | Ogawa Makoto | Kago Ai | Niigaki Risa
Sexy 8 Heike Michiyo | Ayaka | Otani Masae | Yaguchi Mari | Satoda Mai | Ishikawa Rika | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Goto Maki
Odoru♡11 Ishii Rika | Yasuda Kei | Rinne | Murata Megumi | Iida Kaori | Abe Natsumi | Shibata Ayumi | Fujimoto Miki | Matsuura Aya | Konno Asami | Tsuji Nozomi
2003
SALT5 Maeda Yuki | Abe Natsumi (Leader) | Matsuura Aya | Ogawa Makoto | Kago Ai
7AIR Inaba Atsuko | Otani Masae | Satoda Mai | Mika | Ishikawa Rika (Leader) | Takahashi Ai | Niigaki Risa
11WATER Murata Megumi | Iida Kaori (Leader) | Ayaka | Saito Hitomi | Yaguchi Mari | Shibata Ayumi | Asami | Fujimoto Miki | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Konno Asami | Tsuji Nozomi
2004
H.P. All Stars Morning Musume | Nakazawa Yuko | Abe Natsumi | Yasuda Kei | Goto Maki | Inaba Atsuko | Coconuts Musume Ayaka | Melon Kinenbi | Country Musume | W | Maeda Yuki | Matsuura Aya | Hello! Project Kids | Berryz Koubou | v-u-den
2005
Elegies Satoda Mai | Shibata Ayumi | Takahashi Ai | Tanaka Reina
Sexy Otonajan Fujimoto Miki | Murakami Megumi | Natsuyaki Miyabi
Puripuri Pink Nakazawa Yuko | Inaba Atsuko | Yasuda Kei | Iida Kaori
Discography
Singles Akai Nikkichou / Kiiroi Osora de BOOM BOOM BOOM / Aoi Sports Car no Otoko | Chu! Natsu Party / Summer Reggae! Rainbow / Dancing! Natsu Matsuri | Shiawase Beam! Suki Suki Beam! / Shiawase Desu ka? / Shiawase Kyouryuu Ondo | Kowarenai Ai ga Hoshii no / GET UP! Rapper / BE ALL RIGHT! | ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL! | Onna, Kanashii, Otona / Inshouha Renoir no You ni / Hitoshirezu Mune wo Kanaderu Yoru no Aki
Albums Hello! Project Shuffle Unit Mega Best
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