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Sasaki Honoka
佐々木(ささき)ほのか
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Sasaki Honoka promoting "Sekai de Ichiban Kawaii Idol / Shi・te・ru・mo・n"
Name
Nicknames Hoo-chan (ほーちゃん?)
Birth Info
Born January 30, 2006 (2006-01-30) (age 14)
Origin Fukuoka, Japan
Zodiac Sign Aquarius Aquarius
Sizes
Height 152cm
Professional Info
Genres J-Pop
Occupation Idol, Singer
Years Active 2018-present
Agency UP-FRONT CREATE (2018-present)
YU-M Entertainment (2018-present)
Label T-Palette Records (2018-present)
Associated Acts Up Up Girls (2)
Up Up Girls (2) Info
Joined April 22, 2018
Generation 2nd Generation
Debut Single Zenbu Seishun! / Angel Enjite 20nen
Time in Group 2 Years, 1 Month, 16 Days
Links
Blog Ameblo-favicon.png Up Up Girls (2) Official Blog

Sasaki Honoka (佐々木ほのか) is a 2nd generation member of Up Up Girls (2). She joined the group on April 22, 2018 along with Nakagawa Chihiro.

BiographyEdit

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Sasaki Honoka, August 2018

Early LifeEdit

Sasaki Honoka was born on January 30, 2006 in Fukuoka, Japan. She was a member of SeiSHUN Gakuen up until 2016.9.22.[1]

2016Edit

In 2016, Sasaki Honoka participated in the Morning Musume '16 Shinseiki Audition, but failed.[2]

2018Edit

On April 22, it was announced that she had joined Up Up Girls (2) along with Nakagawa Chihiro.

Personal LifeEdit

As of April 2020, she's currently attending her second year of middle school.

ProfileEdit

  • Name: Sasaki Honoka (佐々木ほのか)
  • Nickname: Hoo-chan (ほーちゃん)
  • Birthdate:January 30, 2006 (2006-01-30) (age 14)
  • Birthplace: Fukuoka, Japan
  • Height: 152cm
  • Western Zodiac: Aquarius
  • Eastern Zodiac: Dog
  • Special Skills: Dancing, Hakata dialect, karate
  • UP-FRONT GROUP Status:
    • 2018-04-22: Joined UP-FRONT CREATE (in partnership with YU-M Entertainment)
  • UP-FRONT CREATE Groups:

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Preceded by
Nakaoki Rin

Youngest member of Up Up Girls (2)
April 22, 2018 - Present

Succeeded by
Incumbent

ReferencesEdit

  1. みんな、ありがとう!大好きだよ (in Japanese) Saki Honoka. Aihono/SeiSHUN Gakuen Blog. 2016-09-24
  2. https://animageplus.jp/articles/detail/29839

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