Suzuki Airi (鈴木愛理) is a Japanese pop singer and model. She is a former idol under Hello! Project as a member of ℃-ute. She first joined as a Hello! Project Kids member in 2002 through the audition and was placed in ℃-ute in 2005. Suzuki was also a member of the Hello! Project group Buono! and the SATOUMI movement unit Dia Lady. After ℃-ute disbanded in June 2017, Suzuki made her solo debut in spring 2018.
On June 30, Suzuki Airi participated in the Hello! Project auditions to find singers to form Hello! Project Kids. Along with 14 other girls, Suzuki passed the audition after she performed "Kimochi wa Tsutawaru" by BoA. She made her first appearance in the entertainment industry as a member of 4KIDS, a temporary group that appeared in Minimoni's movie Minimoni the Movie Okashi na Daibouken!.
Suzuki was chosen as a member of a new Hello! Project unit named Aa! alongside Morning Musume member Tanaka Reina and fellow Hello! Project Kids member Natsuyaki Miyabi. The group released their first and only single, "FIRST KISS", in October of the same year. The group later disbanded, but occasionally reunited to perform live, though Tanaka was no longer a member of the unit.
Late in the year, Suzuki took part in her first Hello! Project shuffle unit, H.P. All Stars, taking part alongside all the members of Hello! Project at the time. The shuffle unit released one single and became inactive by January 2005.
Suzuki Airi was assigned as a member of Hello! Project group ℃-ute alongside seven other Hello! Project Kids members. These seven members had been passed over when it came to the forming of Berryz Koubou, which had originally been formed to teach the Hello! Project Kids about being in a group by rotating the line-up amongst the kids. ℃-ute started off releasing singles on an indie label, but made their major debut in 2007.
℃-ute released four indie singles in preparation for their major debut in 2007. They also released their first album, Cutie Queen Vol. 1.
On February 21, ℃-ute released their major debut single, "Sakura Chirari". On the first day in the charts it ranked third on the Oricon charts, a feat not even accomplished by Hello! Project's mother group Morning Musume (who had ranked 6th on their debut single). With their debut single, they became the youngest group (with the average age of 13) to rank in the top 10. They released three singles that year, with Suzuki being the lead vocalist and center focus for all three releases.
On April 23, Suzuki Airi joined the Gatas Brillhantes H.P. futsal team.
On December 30, ℃-ute was chosen for the Best New Artist Award with Japan Record Award.
Suzuki, along with four other members of ℃-ute and Berryz Koubou, left the Hello! Project futsal team, Gatas Brilhantes H.P.. The members left of their own violition due to feeling that they could not perform as high level players due to their level of ability.
On March 13, Suzuki appeared solo in a Pizza-La commercial. This was her first time ever appearing on a Pizza-La commercial without the other Buono! members.
On July 17th, Suzuki appeared in her second solo Pizza-La commercial. Her commercial was a Suzuki Airi version of Buono!'s commercial for Pizza-La's French Camembert Cheese.
At the end of October, Suzuki appeared on the cover of the December issue of UP to boy magazine, together with Watanabe Mayu from AKB48. That was the first gravure collaboration between AKB48 and Hello! Project.
Suzuki starred in the horror film Keitai Kanojo. Keitai Kanojo was a movie based on the popular mobile phone novel of the same name. It was a sequel to Keitai Kareshi, and Suzuki played a high school student investigating the mystery behind a mobile phone dating simulation game in the movie.
Suzuki and Tanaka Reina starred in the horror film Vampire Stories.
Suzuki starred in the Nippon TV drama Piece. The first episode aired on October 6.
On Novemeber 18, Suzuki appeared in her third solo Pizza-La commercial.
On December 8, Suzuki appeared in a Pizza-La commercial with Sekine Mari.
On March 2, it was announced at Forest For Rest ~SATOYAMA e Ikou~ SATOYAMA movement in YOKOHAMA that Suzuki and Sugaya Risako would form a new unit called Dia Lady.
On April 5, Suzuki made her mangaka (manga artist) debut. Her manga, titled Suu-san, was a one-frame manga which included hand-drawn and written characters. Suzuki's work was posted on Shueisha's Aoharu site.
On April 12, Suzuki held her birthday event, titled Suzuki Airi Birthday Kikaku ~19 no Utagoe~.
On May 20, Suzuki released a collaboration book with Bea's Up magazine's hair and make-up stylist, Eita, titled Eita × Suzuki Airi Eita Produce Magic Make-up. Bea's Up is a women's beauty magazine listing make-up tips for daily life. Suzuki appeared in the book as Eita's model.
On November 16, Suzuki appeared solo in a Pizza-La commercial. This was her fourth solo appearance in a Pizza-La commercial.
On April 14, Suzuki celebrated her 20th birthday at a fanclub event called ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2014, which featured a single show at Differ Ariake.
On October 7, Suzuki announced that starting in 2015, she would be the new image character for Suzunoya, a famous kimono store chain which is featured in JUNON magazine.
On April 12, Suzuki celebrated her 21st birthday at a fanclub event called ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2015, which featured two shows at Differ Ariake.
On April 21, Suzuki announced on her blog that she would become an exclusive model for the fashion magazine Ray, in which she has made recent appearances as a beauty page model. Starting from the June issue, released on April 23, Suzuki would also be featured in the fashion pages as an exclusive model.
On October 19, Suzunoya announced due to great reception, Suzuki would continue as their image character for a second year.
On April 12, Suzuki celebrated her 22nd birthday at a fanclub event titled ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2016, featuring two shows at Zepp Tokyo.
On June 17, Suzuki announced that she would be hosting her own radio show for the TS ONE smartphone radio app. The show, titled Airi's Potion, began its broadcast on July 6.
On March 31, Suzuki released her last solo photobook as an idol titled Eien.
On April 24, Suzuki celebrated her 23rd birthday at a fanclub event titled ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2017, featuring two performances at Differ Ariake.
On December 31, Suzuki made a surprise appearance at the Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2017 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~ concert. During the first part of the concert, she performed with Kobushi Factory, Tsubaki Factory, and Shimizu Saki. In the second, she performed an unreleased solo song titled "Mikansei Girl" and also announced that she was currently recording her first solo album.
On March 23, Suzuki became a poster girl for the Chiba Prefecture Red Cross Blood Center.
In the spring, she held the first two parts of her first solo live: the Suzuki Airi 1st LIVE ~Do me a favor @ COTTON CLUB~ from March 26 to April 29, the Suzuki Airi 1st LIVE ~Do me a favor @ Zepp Tokyo / Namba Hatch~ from April 9 to April 16.
On May 19, she appeared as a Ray model in the Rakuten GirlsAward 2018 SPRING/SUMMER at Makuhari Messe.
From May 25 to June 10, she opened a pop-up café at AREA-Q in Harajuku, Tokyo named "AIRI SUZUKI presents #DMAF CAFÉ supported by Ray" to celebrate her major debut and the 30th anniversary of Ray magazine.
On June 6, Suzuki released her solo debut album Do me a favor. To commemorate its release, she held the AIRI SUZUKI acoustic live #DMAF on June 17, June 24, and July 21 in three different cities, which was exclusive to fans who won tickets by entering a lottery when they purchased the album from forTUNE music.
On June 27, Suzuki performed in her first major primetime TV music festival, the TV Tokyo Music Festival 2018.
On July 7, she began broadcasting a radio show on RKB Radio, titled Suzuki Airi Airi Mania Radio.
On July 9, she held the last part of her first solo live, the Suzuki Airi 1st LIVE ~Do me a favor @ Nippon Budokan~, which was a mix of the COTTON CLUB and live house performances.
On August 3, she performed in the Sony Music Records×TBS Presents "Voice JAM". She also performed the next day on August 4 at rockin'on presents ROCK IN JAPAN FES.2018 on the Hillside Stage.
On August 11, Suzuki held the Suzuki Airi FC Event Dai 1kai Airi Mania Kai ~Budokan Otsukare / A Sou Ieba 24sai Omedetou~ to celebrate her 24th birthday and the completion of her first solo Nippon Budokan concert.
On August 29, she appeared as a model in the KANSAI COLLECTION 2018A/W at Kyocera Dome Osaka. Then she also appeared as a main model in the Tokyo Girls Collection 2018 AUTUMN/WINTER at Saitama Super Arena on September 1, and as both a model and a performer in the Rakuten GirlsAward 2018 AUTUMN/WINTER at Makuhari Messe on September 16.
In addition to Suzuki's "Motto, Airi Mania" series which began in the September 2018 issue of Ray magazine, she began a Ray web original article series on September 12 titled "Motto, Motto♡Airi Mania".
On September 30, Suzuki performed in the BOMBER-E Aki Matsuri Special LIVE(DAY2), which was held as part of the Me~tele Aki Matsuri 2018 at Hisaya Odori Park.
On November 1, she performed a two-man live with the rock band Akasick for the uP!!! SPECIAL Live natalie 201811 at Toyosu PIT. For the live's Halloween costume theme, Suzuki dressed as Sailor Moon.
From November 3 to December 17, she held the Suzuki Airi LIVE TOUR 2018 "PARALLEL DATE".
On November 16, she appeared as a guest at the Kokugakuin Daigaku Miss & Mister Contest.
On New Year's Eve, she performed at rockin'on presents COUNTDOWN JAPAN 18/19 at Makuhari Messe.
In early 2019, Suzuki participated in 25th anniversary projects for the fashion brand Samantha Thavasa. She first appeared as a model in the Samantha Thavasa 25 Shuunen Kick-Off Pre-Happyoukai on February 5, where it was also announced that she would produce a Samantha Thavasa×Ray Suzuki Airi collaboration bag. Later, she was revealed as one of the singers in the 25th anniversary charity song "ONE-we are one-", which was released for digital download on March 1.
She celebrated her 25th birthday in a fanclub event titled Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2019 Dai 2kai Airi Mania Kai which had two shows on April 12 at Zepp DiverCity and two shows on April 21 at Zepp Namba.
On June 24, the final products for the Samantha Thavasa PetitChoice / Samantha Vega / SAMANTHA SILVA×Ray×Suzuki Airi collaboration were unveiled and went on sale in Samantha Thavasa stores and online. The collection includes bags, purses, and jewelry designed by Suzuki.
On July 30, Suzuki was a guest on Yaguchi Mari's AbemaTV show Yaguchi Mari no Kayou The NIGHT, where it was announced that she would fill in as the host while Yaguchi was gone on maternity leave. From August 6 to October 8, the show was temporarily named Suzuki Airi no Kayou The NIGHT.
On July 31, her radio show for the TS ONE smartphone radio app, Airi's Potion, had its last broadcast.
On August 23, she released a Samantha Vega×Suzuki Airi collaboration bag collection.
On August 27, she appeared as a model in the KANSAI COLLECTION 2019 AUTUMN & WINTER held at Kyocera Dome Osaka.
From August 28 to September 17, the "Airi-chan to no Deai" (Meeting with Airi-chan) collaboration event was held in the Little Twin Stars mobile game Kiki & Lala no Twinkle Puzzle, which includes a voiced avatar of Suzuki as a reward.
On September 4, Suzuki released her debut single, titled "Escape". A collaboration with the gelato café ViTO to promote "Escape" will be held from the single's release day until September 19 at 12 locations.
On September 7, she was a model in the Mynavi Presents Dai 29kai TOKYO GIRLS COLLECTION 2019 AUTUMN/WINTER show.
On September 14 and 15, she held her first solo bus tour, the Suzuki Airi Fanclub Tour in Nagano.
On September 28, she appeared as model in the Rakuten GirlsAward 2019 AUTUMN/WINTER at Makuhari Messe.
On October 5, she appeared as a model in takagi presents TGC KITAKYUSHU 2019 by TOKYO GIRLS COLLECTION held at West Japan General Exhibition Center Shinkan.
On October 20, Suzuki appeared as a guest in Nakajima Takui's 20th debut anniversary live, the TAKUI NAKAJIMA SPECIAL LIVE 2019 20TH ANNIVERSARY LIVE featuring ROCK'N'ROLL SPECIAL!, at Mynavi BLITZ Akasaka. The two of them performed "Tsugi no Kado wo Magare" and "Lady Mermaid" as a duet.
On November 2, she published the Suzuki Airi 2020nen Calendar, her first solo calendar.
On December 29, she performed at rockin'on presents COUNTDOWN JAPAN 19/20 at Makuhari Messe.
On December 31, Suzuki was a special guest in the second part of the Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2019 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~ at Nakano Sun Plaza.
On January 5, she began broadcasting a radio show through JFN PARK, titled Giri Nichi! Airi's Potion.
To commemorate the release of her second album i, Suzuki was set to hold the AIRI SUZUKI Special acoustic live Listen to "i"! from February 2 to March 15. The March dates were later cancelled in consideration of a new policy established by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but were eventually rescheduled for September.
On February 12, she held the Suzuki Airi FC Event 2020 ~Minna no Ohanashi Kikasete! Watashi, Utaimasu!~ at Yamano Hall in celebration of Valentine's Day.
On March 1, Suzuki appeared as a model in the KANSAI COLLECTION 2020S/S held at Kyocera Dome Osaka.
On March 26, it was announced that Suzuki's highly anticipated first solo concert at Yokohama Arena set for April 21, Suzuki Airi LIVE 2020 Airing the Bell @ YOKOHAMA ARENA, was cancelled in consideration of a new policy established by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
On April 5, it was announced that she and Suzuki Masayuki would sing the opening theme song for the second season of the TV anime adaptation of the manga Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai ~Tensai-tachi no Ren'ai Zunousen~. The song was officially released as a single by Suzuki Masayuki under the title "DADDY! DADDY! DO! feat. Suzuki Airi".
On April 28, she digitally released her original song, "BABY! WE CAN DO IT!" through iTunes, Recochoku, and mora. It was also announced that she was chosen as a model for Senden Kaigi, and she featured as a model in their April 30 issue, as well as in their web magazines on May 1.
On May 29, she digitally released her original song, "Let The Show Begin".  Later, on August 1, she digitally released her original songs "Easy To Smile" and "Kimi ni Dake Hitomishiri (Home Demo ver.)".
On August 10, she held the Suzuki Airi FC Event Dai 3kai Airi Mania Kai with two shows at Yamano Hall in celebration of her 26th birthday four months earlier. In compliance with government policy, cheering, crowding, standing, and closeness in the venue were prohibited, and wearing masks were required to enter.
On September 23, she released a mook titled iDIMPLE Suzuki Airi Produce Night & Day Tint Lip Base. It contained a sample of the "Night & Day Tint Lip Base" product from her first-ever self-produced make-up brand, iDIMPLE.
On November 24, it was announced that she would be in charge of choreography for the original smash. app program BUZZ LAB, working alongside the rapper Mom (マム) in attempt to create songs with the potential to generate buzz across social media in 200 minutes.
On April 12, she digitally released a collaboration single with Blue Vintage, "Apple Pie". It is the ending theme song for Nippon TV's drama, Yume Mitai na Koi Shitai Onna-tachi, in which Suzuki Airi stars as the main protagonist.
On June 17, she digitally released her original song, "Be Brave". The song was used as the ending theme song for ABEMA SPECIAL's drama Black Cinderella Sotsugyou-hen, where Suzuki portrays the character Rui.
On September 23, it was announced that she would voice a role in the mobile JRPG Panilla the Revival.
On September 26, her JFN PARK radio show, Giri Nichi! Airi's Potion had its last broadcast.
On October 3, she began broadcasting a new 30-minute radio show on FM Osaka, titled Suzuki Airi no Easy to Smile, airing Sundays at 20:00 JST. On October 4, a short after talk radio show started through JFN PARK, titled Madamada Easy To Smile (After Talk).
On October 11, she began broadcasting a 5-minute radio show through LAUGH&MUSIC RADIO on FM Osaka, titled Suzuki Airi no Airigatari., airing Monday through Thursdays at 20:55 JST.
On February 2, she released her third album 26/27.
On March 18, it was announced that she would sing the ending theme song for the third season of Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai. The song will be called Heart wa Oteage (ハートはお手上げ).
On March 26, her RKB Radio show Suzuki Airi Airi Mania Radio came to an end.
On March 27, it was reported that Suzuki Airi was in a serious relationship with soccer player Tanaka Ao, who she had met through her father Suzuki Toru. Later that same day, Tanaka Ao confirmed the report at the start of an online soccer press conference, and Suzuki Airi confirmed the report through her blog.
On June 1, she released her second single, "Heart wa Oteage" which was used as the third ending theme song for season three of Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai -Ultra Romantic-. The song was pre-released through Apple Music and Spotify on April 22, and the music video was uploaded to YouTube on the same day.
On June 23, a drama titled ANIMALS -アニマルズ- starring Suzuki Airi as the main protagonist began airing on Abema at 9:45 PM JST. She plays Shikamori Umi, an overwhelmed office worker caught in a love triangle with her two new coworkers. Episodes are set to air weekly on Thursdays at 10 PM JST.
On September 5 to 7, she will make a guest appearance on Japan Kids Fashion Week 2022 that will be held at the Osanbashi Hall in Yokohama City.
 and began university on April 2. She graduated from Keio University on March 23, 2017 with a degree in Environment and Information Studies.
Suzuki most notably gets along with the other ℃-ute members. Outside of Hello! Project, she is apparently good friends with Momota Kanako and they went to the same high school. She is also friends with Yamazaki Aoi, who went to the same university as her.
Suzuki's was given the name Airi so she would be a girl loved (愛; ai) by everyone and full of reason (理; ri).
- Airiin (あいりーん): Official nickname. Given her during ℃-ute's second official fanclub event on November 21, 2005. Used by members and fans.
- Osuzu (お鈴): Official Nickname. Used by fans.
- Airi (あいり): Official Nickname. Used by members and fans.
- Name: Suzuki Airi (鈴木愛理)
- Nicknames: Airi (あいり), Airiin (あいりーん), Osuzu (お鈴)
- Birthdate: April 12, 1994
- Birthplace: Gifu, Japan
- Raised: Chiba, Japan
- Blood Type: B
- Height: 161.8 cm (5 ft 3.7 in)?
- Weight: 49 kg
- Western Zodiac: Aries
- Eastern Zodiac: Dog
- Hello! Project Status:
- 2002-06-30: Member
- 2005-06-11: ℃-ute member
- 2017-06-12: Graduated (℃-ute disbands)
- UP-FRONT GROUP Status:
- Years in ℃-ute: 12 Years
- Official Kaomoji: 州´・ ｖ ･）
- ℃-ute Color:
- Yellow-Green (2006-2009)
- Pink (2009-2017)
- Buono! Color:
- Hello! Project Groups:
- Shuffle Units:
- Concert Units:
- Other Groups:
- Main article: Suzuki Airi/Discography
- Major Singles
- Collaboration Singles
- Digital Songs
- [2010.12.10] Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru (聖なる鐘がひびく夜; The Night the Holy Bell Rings) (Tanpopo cover)
- [2011.02.16] Furusato (ふるさと; Hometown) (Morning Musume cover)
- [2011.03.30] Akai Nikkichou (赤い日記帳; Red Diary) (Akagumi 4 cover)
- [2018.05.03] DISTANCE
- [2019.10.26] Break it down
- [2020.04.28] BABY! WE CAN DO IT!
- [2020.05.29] Let The Show Begin
- [2020.08.01] Easy To Smile
- [2020.08.01] Kimi ni Dake Hitomishiri (Home Demo ver.)
- [2020.12.21] Mayonaka no Merry-Go-Round
- [2021.06.17] Be Brave
- [2021.11.07] rescue
- Original Songs
-  No Live, No Life
-  Get in the Groove
- Solo Songs
- [2007.04.18] Tsuugaku Vector☂ (通学ベクトル☂; Commuting Vector)
- [2009.01.28] Yes! All my family
- [2009.07.01] Zansho Omimai Moushiagemasu. (残暑 お見舞い 申し上げます。; Express a Late Summer Greeting Card.)
- [2010.02.24] Aa Koi (嗚呼 恋; Ah! Love)
- [2011.08.10] My alright sky
- [2012.01.25] Hatsukoi Cider (初恋サイダー; First Love Cider) (Buono! Cover)
- [2012.04.18] Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku (君は自転車 私は電車で帰宅; You Ride Your Bicycle While I Catch the Train To Get Home) (℃-ute cover)
- [2012.06.06] Ousama no Uta (王様の歌; Song of the king) (Soundtrack for Ousama Game)
- [2012.11.21] Edo no Temari Uta II (2012 Shinsei Naru Ver.) (江戸の手毬唄 II; Edo Handball Song II) (℃-ute cover)
- [2013.04.03] Kanashiki Heaven (悲しきヘブン; Sad Heaven) (Suzuki Part Ver.)
- Concert DVDs/Blu-rays
- [2018.10.31] Suzuki Airi 1st LIVE ~Do me a favor @ Nippon Budokan~
- [2019.05.22] Suzuki Airi LIVE TOUR 2018 "PARALLEL DATE"
- [2020.05.20] Suzuki Airi LIVE PARTY No Live, No Life?
- Image DVDs/Blu-rays
- [2008.06.25] ℃-ute Suzuki Airi in Okinawa AIRI'S CLASSIC
- [2009.07.01] Pure Blue
- [2010.08.25] Natsuyasumi
- [2011.07.10] Kibun Tenkan
- [2011.08.03] Natsu Karada
- [2012.07.25] Koko ga Suki
- [2013.09.25] Watashi no ∮ Key wo Shittemasu ka
- [2014.06.25] Singapore
- Fanclub DVDs
- [2013.08.24] Suzuki Airi Birthday Kikaku ~19 no Utagoe~
- [2014.04.26] Suzuki Airi FC Event ~19sai no Utagoe Futatabi~
- [2014.08.26] ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2014
- [2015.08.26] ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2015
- [2016.08.26] ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2016
- [2017.08.26] ℃-ute Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2017
- [2018.11.27] Suzuki Airi FC Event Dai 1kai Airi Mania Kai ~Budokan Otsukare / A Sou Ieba 24sai Omedetou~
- [2019.07.26] Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2019 Dai 2kai Airi Mania Kai
- [2020.01.25] Suzuki Airi Fanclub Tour in NAGANO HAKUBA SAMBA!!!
- [2020.05.26] Suzuki Airi FC Event 2020 ~Minna no Ohanashi Kikasete! Watashi, Utaimasu!~
- [2020.11.26] Suzuki Airi Birthday Event "Dai 3kai Airi Mania Kai"
- [2021.05.26] Suzuki Airi FC Event 2021 ~Kokoro no Sakebi o Choko ni Shite Mita ~
- [2021.07.xx] Suzuki Airi Birthday Event 2021 Dai 4kai Airi Mania Kai
- Main article: Suzuki Airi/Publications
- [2007.05.19] Airi
- [2007.12.05] CLEAR
- [2008.06.20] 6gatsu no Kajitsu
- [2009.06.25] Aoiro
- [2010.08.20] Toukobi
- [2011.05.23] Meguru Haru
- [2011.06.23] OASIS
- [2012.06.25] Kono Kaze ga Suki
- [2013.03.31] Sotsugyou (2010-2013 Compilation)
- [2013.08.20] Oyoganai Natsu
- [2014.04.12] Kyomei
- [2017.03.31] Eien (2010-2017 Compilation)
- [2012.12.27] Airi-aL (perfect book)
- [2013.05.20] Eita × Suzuki Airi Eita Produce Magic Make-up (collaboration beauty book)
- [2014.11.27] Airi-sT (style book)
- [2017.05.23] Airi Mania (style book)
- [2019.11.02] Suzuki Airi 2020nen Calendar (鈴木愛理 2020年 カレンダー)
- [2020.11.09] Suzuki Airi 2021nen Calendar (鈴木愛理 2021年 カレンダー)
- [2021.11.13] Suzuki Airi 2022nen Calendar (鈴木愛理 2022年 カレンダー)
-  Minimoni the Movie Okashi na Daibouken! (ミニモニ。じゃム→ビ→お菓子な大冒険!)
-  Keitai Kanojo (携帯彼女) (as Kurahashi Erika)
-  Vampire Stories (ウ゛ァンパイア・ストーリーズ) (as Midori)
-  Ousama Game (王様ゲーム) (as Iwamura Ria)
-  Gomennasai (ゴメンナサイ) (as Hidaka Yuka)
- [2002–2007] Hello! Morning (ハロー! モーニング)
-  ℃-ute has come. ~℃-ute ga Yatte Kita~ (℃-ute has come.～キュートガヤッテキタ～) (2 episodes)
- [2007–2008] Haromoni@ (ハロモニ@)
-  Berikyuu! (ベリキュー!)
- [2008–2009] Yorosen! (よろセン!)
-  Bijo Houdan (美女放談) (2 episodes)
- [2010–2011] Bijo Gaku (美女学)
- [2011–2012] Hello Pro! TIME (ハロプロ！ＴＩＭＥ)
- [2012–2013] Hello! SATOYAMA Life (ハロー！ＳＡＴＯＹＡＭＡライフ)
- [2014–2018] The Girls Live
-  ℃-ute no Challenge TV (℃-uteのチャレンジTV)
- [2019–] Tokyo GOOD! (東京GOOD!)
-  Liliput Oukoku (リリパット王国)
-  Hitmaker Aku Yuu Monogatari (ヒットメーカー 阿久悠物語) (as Sakurada Junko)
-  Suugaku♥Joshi Gakuen (数学♥女子学園) (as Uehara Yuri)
-  Piece (as Setouchi Madoka)
-  Sumou Neko (すもうねこ)
-  Kinkyori Renai ~Seazon Zero~ (近キョリ恋愛～Season Zero～)
-  Ueki Hitoshi to Nobosemon (植木等とのぼせもん) (as Okumura Chiyo; one episode)
-  I TURN (Iターン) (as Yoshimura Mizuki)
-  Black Cinderella Sotsugyou-hen (ブラックシンデレラ 卒業編) (as Rui; one episode)
-  ANIMALS -アニマルズ- (as Shikamori Umi)
-  34 Choume no Kiseki -HERE'S LOVE- (34丁目の奇跡 -HERE'S LOVE-)
-  Neruko wa ℃-ute
-  Keitai Shosetsuka
-  Atarumo Hakke!?
-  Akuma no Tsubuyaki
-  Real Etude Minna no Ie (リアルエチュード みんなの家)
-  Sengoku Jieitai
-  Theater in The Round (青山円形劇場)
-  CAT'S♥EYE (キャッツ♥アイ)
-  Sakura no Hanataba (さくらの花束)as Saeki Michiru (佐伯みちる)
-  PIZZA-LA Clubhouse Pizza - "Oishiisa Hajimete Hen", "Volume Hen"
-  PIZZA-LA French Camembert Cheese with 4 Kinds of Selected Ham Pizza - "Camemdance (Suzuki Airi Ver.)"
-  PIZZA-LA Mozza Italiana Served with Rich Semi-dried Tomatoes - "Expression Sizzle Hen"
-  PIZZA-LA Winter Campaign Quarter - "Introduction Hen" (with Mari Sekine)
-  PIZZA-LA Mozza Naples - "Ingredients sizzle Hen"
- [2015–2016] Kimono Suzunoya
- [2017–] Chiba Bank
-  Panilla the Revival (as Lovely)
-  Michishige Sayumi no "Mobekimasutte Nani??"
- [2013–2017] Hello! Project Station
- [2014–2016] MUSIC+
- [2015–2016] GREEN ROOM
- [2016–2017] Upcoming
- [2016–] Upcoming
- [2016–2017] Girls Night Out
- [2017–2021] tiny tiny
-  Suzuki Airi no Kayou The NIGHT (鈴木愛理の火曜The NIGHT) (AbemaTV)
-  Hello Pro ONE×ONE
- [2020–] BUZZ LAB (smash app)
- [2021–] M-line Music
- [2007–2008] CUTIE PARTY
- [2008–2009] ℃-ute Cutie☆Paradise (℃-ute キューティ－☆パラダイス)
-  Viva!Paella Presesnts MUSIC Buono!
- [2011–2013] PIZZA-LA presents Cafe Buono!
- [2013–2015] PIZZA-LA presents Torattoria Buono!
-  Tokai no Hitorigurashi (都会の一人暮らし) (radio drama)
- [2016–2019] Airi's Potion
- [2016–2019] HELLO! DRIVE! (HELLO! DRIVE! -ハロドラ-) (Fridays, 2016.10; Mondays, 2017.10–2019.06)
- [2018–2022] Suzuki Airi Airi Mania Radio (鈴木愛理 あいりまにあRadio)
- [2020–2021] Giri Nichi! Airi's Potion (ギリ日！Airi's Potion)
- [2021–] Suzuki Airi no Easy to Smile (鈴木愛理の Easy To Smile)
- [2021–] Madamada Easy To Smile (After Talk) (まだまだEasy To Smile(アフタートーク）)
- [2021–] Suzuki Airi no Airigatari. (鈴木愛理のあいりがたり。)
- [2007–2008] Mainichi Shougakukan Shinbun "Airi's Palette" (愛理's パレット) (article series)
- She was voted 6th favorite member in the 2007 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She was voted 2nd favorite member in the 2008 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She was voted 4th favorite member in the 2009 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She ranked 3rd in Asian Plus Photo Book's April 2010 "6 hot girls from Hello! Project".
- She was voted 2nd favorite member in the 2010 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She ranked #20 on BUBKA magazine's most loved women of 2011.
- She ranked 1st on Beautiful Idol General Election 2012, High School Group.
- She was voted 2nd favorite member in the 2011 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She was voted 3rd favorite member in the 2012 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She ranked #20 in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's May 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".
- She ranked 1st in mixi's June 2013 Hello! Project Popularity Ranking.
- She ranked #21 in All Night Nippon listener's 2013 Overall Female Idol Ranking.
- She ranked 14th in Nippon Cultural Broadcasting recommendation's 2013 "Female Idol Faces General Election".
- She ranked #22 in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's September 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".
- She ranked #26 in Anikan R Yanyan magazine's October 2013 "Singing idol you like the most".
- She was voted 4th favorite member in the 2013 "Hello! Project Music Awards" event.
- She ranked 6th most stylish idol by high school girls in a 2014 women's magazine.
- She ranked 4th in a poll done on AKB48's TV show ※AKB Shirabe asking which non-AKB48 idols they're glad they don't have to compete with as rivals within the group.
|Youngest member of Aa!
2003 – 2003
|Youngest member of Buono!
July 21, 2007 – May 22, 2017
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