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Tanimoto Ami
谷本(たにもと)安美(あみ)
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Tanimoto Ami promoting "Sankaime no Date Shinwa"
Name
Nicknames Amii (あみぃー?)
Anmii (あんみぃー?)
Mii (みぃ?)
Birth Info
Born November 16, 1999 (1999-11-16) (age 19)
Origin Hokkaido, Japan
Blood Type B
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Sizes
Height 157.5cm
Professional Info
Genres J-Pop
Occupation Idol, Singer, Model
Years Active 2014-present
(4 years)
Agency UP-FRONT PROMOTION (2014-)
Label UP-FRONT WORKS
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Associated Acts Hello Pro Kenshuusei, Tsubaki Factory
Tsubaki Factory Info
Joined April 29, 2015
Member Color       Light Purple
Debut Single Hatsukoi Sunrise / Just Try! / Uruwashi no Camellia
Time in Group 4 Years, 4 Months, 18 Days
Hello Pro Kenshuusei Information
Joined November 29, 2014
Generation 22nd Generation
Graduated February 28, 2017
Time in Group 2 Years, 3 Months, 1 Day
Links
Blog Ameblo-favicon.png Tsubaki Factory Official Blog
Other
Autograph

Tanimoto Ami (谷本安美) is a Japanese pop singer under Hello! Project as a member of Tsubaki Factory. She was introduced as a member of Hello Pro Kenshuusei during the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2014 ~11gatsu・12gatsu no Nama Tamago Show!~.

BiographyEdit

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Tanimoto Ami, November 2018

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Tanimoto Ami, July 2018

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Tanimoto Ami, February 2018

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Tanimoto Ami, July 2017

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Tanimoto Ami, February 2017

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Tanimoto Ami, September 2016

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Tanimoto Ami, August 2016

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Tanimoto Ami, January 2016

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Tanimoto Ami, May 2015

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Tanimoto Ami, April 2015

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Tanimoto Ami, March 2015

Early LifeEdit

Tanimoto Ami was born on November 16, 1999 in Hokkaido, Japan to a couple whose names are undisclosed.

2014Edit

In summer 2014, Tanimoto participated in the Morning Musume '14 <Golden> Audition!, made it to the finals, but failed to enter the group.[1]

In November, Tanimoto joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei. She was formally introduced during the November / December recital on November 29 alongside Hashimoto Nagisa, Horie Kizuki, Ogata Risa, Shimano Momoko, Hirose Ayaka, Asakura Kiki, Inoue Rei and Onoda Saori.

2015Edit

On April 29, it was announced that Tanimoto would debut in a new unit named Tsubaki Factory alongside Yamagishi Riko, Kishimoto Yumeno, Niinuma Kisora, Asakura Kiki and Ogata Risa.

During the Hello! Project 2015 SUMMER concert tour, Tanimoto injured her foot. Her injury took 3 weeks to recover, she had to be out of the group to heal until she could return.

2017Edit

On November 16, Tanimoto celebrated her 18th birthday at a fanclub event titled Tsubaki Factory Tanimoto Ami Birthday Event 2017, which featured two shows at Shinjuku ReNY.

2018Edit

On November 19, Tanimoto celebrated her 19th birthday at a fanclub event titled Tsubaki Factory Tanimoto Ami Birthday Event 2018, which featured two shows at TOKYO FM HALL.

Personal LifeEdit

She has an older sister.[2]

When Tanimoto joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei in November 2014, she was a third year middle school student. She graduated from high school in March 2018.

The following list are notable friendships Tanimoto Ami has acquired:

Tanimoto's given name, Ami, consists of the kanji meaning "peace" (安; a) and "beauty" (美; mi). Her father chose it after being told by someone in a dream to "give her the name Ami".[3]

The following are a list of nicknames used to refer to Tamimoto:

  • Anmii (あんみぃー): Given and used by her friends.[4]
  • Mii (みぃ), also spelt as Me: Self-given nickname used to refer to herself.[4] Based on the pronoun "me".

ProfileEdit

  • Specialty: Able to sleep anywhere
  • Hobbies: Listening to music, watching concert DVDs really loudly in a dark room, observing people, movie appreciation
  • Favorite Music Genre: J-pop
  • Favorite Food: Seedless grapes
  • Favorite Colors: White, black, pink, yellow, yellow-green, and light blue
  • Favorite Sports: Soccer, basketball
  • Charm Point: Her three beauty marks under her eyes
  • Motto: Ichigo ichie (一期一会; One time, One meeting)
  • Favorite Tsubaki Factory Song: Teion Yakedo
  • Favorite Hello! Project Songs: "Yokaze no Message", "Urayanjau", "Suki na Senpai", "aMa no Jaku", "Gamusha LIFE"
  • Looks Up To: Suzuki Airi, Makino Maria, Uemura Akari

PublicationsEdit

MagazinesEdit

Cover girlEdit

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  • [2019.03.01] Young Gangan 2019 No.06

Featured on the coverEdit

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Featured inEdit

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  • [2015.11] UTB
  • [2017.01] VDC Magazine
  • [2018.02] B.L.T.

WorksEdit

TheaterEdit

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TV ProgramsEdit

InternetEdit

Music VideosEdit

TriviaEdit

  • If she had super-powers, she'd stop time.
  • Her future goal is to do work outside of being an idol to become known by many people.
  • She has stated during an interview that she wants to go to Los Angeles. She also would like to discover Germany with all the castles.
  • She likes K-pop and is especially a fan of the Korean-Japanese girl group IZ*ONE.[5] Her favorite member is Kim Minju.[6] When Tsubaki Factory appeared on Utacon on July 16, 2019, she was able to meet IZ*ONE in person for the first time and received a signed CD of their Japanese single "Buenos Aires".[7]

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "モー娘。'14新曲REC Ver.&オーディション、℃-uteツアー、浜浦ヘアアレンジby生田 MC:矢島舞美・岡井千聖【ハロ!ステ#88】" (at 31:20). Hello! Project Station. Air Date: 2015-10-15.
  2. Hello! Q&A. 2018-01-20. (Translation by Ro-kun).
  3. "つばきファクトリー谷本安美が“20問20答”でハロプロ愛を語る!【ハロプロ誕生20周年記念連載】" (in Japanese). The Television. 2018-03-12.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Tanimoto Ami. "初めましててて!!!!谷本安美" (in Japanese). Tsubaki Factory Official Blog. 2015-05-16.
  5. Tanimoto Ami. "(´꒳`)。谷本安美" (in Japanese). Tsubaki Factory Official Blog. 2018-12-06.
  6. Tanimoto Ami. "(●´∀`)ノ+゜*。゜。谷本安美" (in Japanese). Tsubaki Factory Official Blog. 2019-01-26.
  7. Tanimoto Ami. "66。谷本安美" (in Japanese). Tsubaki Factory Official Blog. 2019-07-16.

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