Airi Suzuki

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This article is about the Hello! Project member. For the violinist, see Airi Suzuki (violinist).
Airi Suzuki
鈴木 愛理
Airi Suzuki at Japan Expo 2013.jpg
Airi Suzuki at Japan Expo 2013
Background information
Birth name Suzuki Airi
Born (1994-04-12) April 12, 1994 (age 20)
Gifu, Japan
Origin Chiba, Japan
Genres J-pop
Occupations Singer
Years active 2002–present
Labels Zetima
Associated acts Cute
Buono!
Hello! Project Kids
Aa!
Dia Lady
Website Hello! Project official website
Autograph of Airi Suzuki.

Airi Suzuki (鈴木 愛理 Suzuki Airi?, born April 12, 1994 in Gifu, Japan) is a Japanese pop singer and currently member of the idol groups Cute, Buono!,and Dia Lady. Both of her parents, Tōru[1] and Kyoko Suzuki, are professional golfers, although her mother has already retired.

Career[edit]

In 2002, Suzuki participated and passed, along with 14 other girls, the audition of Hello! Project Kids after performing 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 Mini Moni ja Movie: Okashi na Daibōken!, which was released in late 2002. In addition, she was also in a shuffle group called Aa! later that year and received a lead in the song. Meanwhile in 1999 Suzuki's parents had a child named Saiki Suzuki. She shares a birthday with Ex-Morning Musume member Hitomi Yoshizawa

She was assigned as a member of Cute, whose formation was announced on June 11, 2005, along with seven other Hello! Project Kids members, and she is the lead singer in most songs and concerts. Furthermore, it was announced on July 21, 2007 that Suzuki would participate in a unit named Buono! with Momoko Tsugunaga and Miyabi Natsuyaki from Berryz Kobo. In 2010 Suzuki had once injured her ankle before a concert.[2]

At the end of October, 2010, Airi Suzuki appeared on the cover of the December issue of UP to boy magazine together with Mayu Watanabe from AKB48. That was the first gravure collaboration between AKB48 and Hello! Project.[3]

Hello! Project groups and units[edit]

Satoumi Movement[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Straight-to-DVD dramas[edit]

TV dramas[edit]

TV shows[edit]

  • Hello! Morning (ハロー! モーニング?) (2002-2007)
  • Haromoni@ (ハロモニ@?) (2007-2008)
  • Berikyū! (ベリキュー!?) (2008)
  • Yorosen! (よろセン!?) (2008-2009)
  • Bijo Gaku (美女学?) (2010-2011)
  • Hello Pro! Time (ハロプロ!TIME?) (2011-2012)
  • Hello! Satoyama Life (ハロー!SATOYAMAライフ?) (2012-2013)

Discography[edit]

For Airi Suzuki's albums, singles and DVDs with Cute and Buono!, see Cute discography and Buono!.

Solo DVDs[edit]

# Title Release date Chart
position
Label
Oricon
Weekly
DVD
Chart
[4]
1 Cute Suzuki Airi in Okinawa AIRI'S CLASSIC
  (℃-ute 鈴木愛理 in 沖縄 AIRI'S CLASSIC?)
June 25, 2008 45 Zetima
2 Pure Blue July 1, 2009 27 Zetima
3 Natsu Yasumi (夏休み?) August 25, 2010 63 Zetima
4 Kibun Tenkan (気分てんかん?) July 13, 2011 44 Zetima
5 Natsu Karada (夏カラダ?) August 8, 2011 73 Zetima
6 Koko ga Suki (ここが好き?, "I Like It Here") July 25, 2012 81 Zetima[5]

Solo bibliography[edit]

Photobooks[edit]

  1. Airi (愛理?) (May 19, 2007, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4-8470-4007-8)
  2. Clear (CLEAR?) (December 5, 2007, Kadokawa Group Publishing, ISBN 978-4-0489-5004-6)
  3. 6gatsu no Kajitsu (6月の果実?, "June Fruit") (June 20, 2008, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4-8470-4084-9)
  4. Aoiro (蒼色?, "Blue Color") (June 25, 2009, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4-8470-4171-6)
  5. Tōkō-bi (登校日?) (August 20, 2010, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4847043024)
  6. Meguru Haru (巡る春?) (May 23, 2011, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4-8470-4363-5)
  7. Oasis (OASIS?) (June 23, 2011, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4-8470-4364-2)
  8. Kono Kaze ga Suki (この風が好き?, "I Like This Wind") (June 25, 2012, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4847044649)[6][7]
  9. Sotsugyou (卒業?) (March 31, 2013, Wani Books, ISBN 978-4-8470-4540-0)
  10. Oyoganai Natsu (泳がない夏?) (August 20, 2013, Wani Books, ISBN 9784847045721)

Photo-essays[edit]

Digital Photobooks[edit]

  • Alo-Hello! C-ute (アロハロ!℃-ute) (Airi version)?) (2010.09.16)
  • Cutest (Airi Version (2012.03.04)
  • Koisuru Otome (A Girl in Love (2012.05.11)
  • Suzuki Airi Iris: Airis (SUZUKI AIRI Iris〜アイリス〜?) (2012.10.16)
  • Alo-Hello! C-ute 2012 (アロハロ!℃-ute 2012) (Airi version)?) (2012.10.22)

Magazine Covers[edit]

  • Weekly Shonen Champion No.12 (2011.02.17)
  • Weekly ASCII (2011.05.17)
  • Young Gangan)) (2011.05.20)
  • UTB vol.204 (2011.06.23)
  • Young Gangan vol.18 (2011.09.02)
  • Young Gangan vol.6 ( 2012.03.02)
  • Young Jump vol.20 (2012.04.13)
  • Young Gangan 2012 5/4 Issue (2012.04.20)
  • Top Yell (Back cover) (2012.08.02)
  • Young Jump (2012.08.23)
  • girls+plus (2012.09.21)
  • Weekly ASCII 2012 10/9 (2012.09.25)
  • Big Comic Spirits vol.44 (2012.09.30)
  • Weekly Famitsu Taiwan (2012.12.27)
  • Young Gangan 2013 1/4 Issue (2012.12.21)
  • BIG ONE GIRL no.015 (Back Cover (2012.02.08)
  • ((nihongo (Young Gangan 2012 3/1 Issue?) (2013.02.15)
  • UTB 2013 April Issue (2013.02.23)
  • Young Jump vol.15 (2013.03.14)
  • Baseball Game vol.05 (2013.03.25)
  • Young Jump vol.33 (2013.07.18)
  • Young Gangan vol.16 (2013.08.02)
  • Weekly Famitsu Taiwan vol.449 (2013.08.29)

References[edit]

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