Yofu Runo (豫風瑠乃) is a member of Hello Pro Kenshuusei under Hello! Project.



Yofu Runo, March 2020


Yofu Runo, December 2019


Yofu Runo, September 2019

Early LifeEdit

Yofu Runo was born on December 20, 2007 in Osaka, Japan.


Yofu participated in Morning Musume '19 LOVE Audition, but failed.

On August 2, it was announced that Yofu had joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei alongside eight other girls. They were introduced on September 8 at Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2019 9gatsu ~Kirameki~.[1]

Personal LifeEdit

When Yofu joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei, she was in her last year of elementary school. As of April 2020, Yofu is currently in her first year of middle school.

Here is a list of nicknames that was used to refer to Yofu Runo:

  • Yofu-chan (よふうちゃん): One of her nicknames as a Hello Pro Kenshuusei member.
  • Runo-chan (るのちゃん): One of her nicknames as a Hello Pro Kenshuusei member.


  • Name: Yofu Runo (豫風瑠乃)
  • Birthdate: December 20, 2007 (2007-12-20) (age 12)
  • Birthplace: Osaka, Japan
  • Blood Type: O
  • Height: 146cm
  • Western Zodiac: Sagittarius
  • Eastern Zodiac: Pig (Boar in Japan)
  • Hello! Project Status:
    • 2019-08-02: Member
  • Hello! Project Groups:

  • Hobbies: Music appreciation, karaoke
  • Favorite Music Genre: J-pop
  • Favorite Sport: Snowboard
  • Least Favorite Food: Bitter melon gourd
  • Favorite Color: Purple
  • Motto: Nana korobi ya oki (七転び八起き; Fall seven times, rise eight)
  • Favorite Hello! Project song: "Otome Pasta ni Kandou"
  • Looks Up To: Takagi Sayuki[2], Yokoyama Reina


TV ProgramsEdit



  • Her surname Yofu (豫風) is incredibly rare with only 10 individuals in Japan sharing the same surname.[3]
  • Since she was a child, Runo's father show her Morning Musume and that is why she auditioned.
  • She likes Unicorns.[4]
  • She would like to visit Korea.[5]
  • Her favorite movie is "Ano Yuki".[6]
  • She loves making homemade sweets like meringue cookies.[7]
  • She admires Takagi Sayuki's high voice fakes.[8]

See AlsoEdit


  1. "ハロプロ研修生に新メンバー加入のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2019-08-02.
  2. Hello Dream. Episode 8.
  3. "Yofuu at the Japanese surnames etymology dictionary"
  4. "Hello Pro Kenshuusei no Tadaima Radio Benkyouchuu!!" #04 1.26.20
  5. "Hello Pro Kenshuusei no Tadaima Radio Benkyouchuu!!" #04 1.26.20
  6. "Hello Pro Kenshuusei no Tadaima Radio Benkyouchuu!!" #04 1.26.20
  7. Hello Dream. Episode 7.
  8. Hello Dream. Episode 8.

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