Ono Mizuho (小野瑞歩) is a Japanese pop singer under Hello! Project as a member of Tsubaki Factory. She was introduced alongside seven other girls at the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2015 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~ on May 4, 2015.



Ono Mizuho, November 2018


Ono Mizuho, July 2018


Ono Mizuho, February 2018


Ono Mizuho, July 2017


Ono Mizuho, February 2017


Ono Mizuho, September 2016


Ono Mizuho, August 2016

Mizuho Ono May 2016

Ono Mizuho, May 2016


Ono Mizuho, February 2016


Ono Mizuho, April 2015

Early Life

Ono Mizuho was born on September 29, 2000 in Tokyo, Japan.


On April 1, Ono officially joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei, she was formally introduced and participated in the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2015 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~ on May 4, 2015 alongside Nakano Rion, Yanagawa Nanami, Maeda Kokoro, Akiyama Mao, Kanatsu Mizuki, Kasahara Momona and Okamoto Honoka.


Ono participated in the opening act for the Morning Musume '16 Concert Tour Haru ~EMOTION IN MOTION~ and Juice=Juice LIVE MISSION 220 ~Code3 Special→Growing Up!~.

On August 13, it was announced at Tsubaki Factory's fanclub event that Ono had joined the group as new member alongside Onoda Saori and Akiyama Mao.[1]


On July 2, Ono was announced as a new solo host (called a "navigator") for the radio show Hello! SATOYAMA&SATOUMI Club.[2] She replaced Yajima Maimi and rotates the position with Miyazaki Yuka, who has been one of the hosts since it began.

On September 29, Ono celebrated her 17th birthday at fanclub event titled Tsubaki Factory Ono Mizuho Birthday Event 2017 with two shows at TOKYO FM HALL.


On May 6, it was revealed that Ono provided vocals for Hello Pro Kenshuusei's second indies album Rainbow×2.

On October 1, Ono celebrated her 18th birthday at a fanclub event titled Tsubaki Factory Ono Mizuho Birthday Event 2018 with two shows at Shinjuku ReNY.


On September 30, she celebrated her 19th birthday at a fanclub event titled Tsubaki Factory Ono Mizuho Birthday Event 2019 with two shows at TOKYO FM HALL.

Personal Life

When Ono joined Tsubaki Factory, she was a first year high school student. She graduated in March 2019.[3]

The following list are notable friendships Ono Mizuho has acquired:

Ono's given name, Mizuho, means "purity" (瑞; mizu) and "step" (歩; ho). Her mother wanted to use the kanji 歩 and after thinking of many names, she looked right at her newborn face and thought "It's Mizuho!" and decided on that name.[5]


  • Special Skills: Dance, playing the flute, and making funny faces
  • Hobbies: Singing, Watching Hello! Project videos, and listening to music
  • Favorite Music Genre: J-Pop
  • Favorite Food: Annin tofu
  • Strength: She's quick to turn things around and make them more positive
  • Weakness: She's bad at waking up in the mornings
  • Favorite Color: Pink and Emerald green
  • Favorite Sport: Dance
  • Charm Points: Her big ears, her very soft earlobes
  • Motto: "Shoshin Wasuru Bekarazu" (初心忘るべからず; Don't forget your first resolution)
  • Favorite Tsubaki Factory Song: Hana Moyou
  • Favorite Hello! Project song: "Happy Daisakusen"
  • Looks Up To: Sato Masaki.[8]



Featured on the cover


Featured in


  • [2012.02] Girls Stage
  • [2017.01] VDC Magazine
  • [2018.01] BIG ONE GIRLS




TV Programs



  • [2017-] Hello! SATOYAMA&SATOUMI Club


  • She joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei because she loved Hello! Project and wanted to be a part of it.
  • Her dream was to join a cute and cool unit under Hello! Project, and her future dream is to have many people know Tsubaki Factory.
  • Her rival in Hello Pro Kenshuusei was Maeda Kokoro.
  • As shown in a DVD Magazine, she writes with her left hand. This makes her the second left-handed member of Tsubaki Factory, the first being Ogata Risa.
  • In Juice=Juice's 2015 drama Budokan, she was shown as a 13th generation member of the fictional group NEXT YOU in the year 2028.
  • She has the same last name as former Hello Pro Kenshuusei member Ono Kotomi.

See Also


  1. "つばきファクトリー 新メンバー加入決定!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-08-13.
  3. Ono Mizuho. "高校3年生!小野瑞歩" (in Japanese). Tsubaki Factory Official Blog. 2019-03-16.
  4. 4.0 4.1
  5. Pocket Morning. 2016-11-06. (Translation by Ro-kun)
  6. ""新メンバー"山岸理子" (in Japanese). Tsubaki Factory Official Blog. 2016-08-13.
  8. BOMB! Magazine, June 2015 Issue. Date Published: 2015-05-09.

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