Hikaru Ijūin

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Hikaru Ijūin
Born Ken Tanaka
(1967-11-07) 7 November 1967 (age 47)
Kita, Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese

Hikaru Ijūin (伊集院光 Ijūin Hikaru?), real name Ken Shinooka (篠岡 建), formerly Tanaka (田中 建), born 7 November 1967, is a Japanese celebrity, radio personality, computer game reviewer, and commentator. He was born in Kita, Tokyo.[citation needed] He is married to former idol Mika Shinooka.[citation needed]

Media appearances[edit]

Radio shows[edit]

  • 1988-1990: Ijuin Hikaru no All Night Nippon (Nippon Housou, Wed (2 parts), Fri (2 parts))
  • 1989-1990: CREATIVE COMPANY Tomita Waon Kabushikigaisha – Ijuin Hikaru Honbu (CBC Radio)
  • 1991-1995: Ijuin Hikaru no Oh! Deka-night (Nippon Housou)
  • 1995-1996: Hikaru Ijuin's King of After School (King of Summer) (伊集院光の放課後の王様 Ijuin Hikaru no Houkago no Ousama (Natsu-yasumi no Ousama)?) (St.GIGA, Satellaview)[1][2]
  • 1995–Present: Ijuin Hikaru Shinya no Baka-chikara (TBS Radio)
  • 1996-1997: Hikaru Ijuin's Mysterious Radio Dispatch Base (伊集院光の怪電波発信基地 Ijuin Hikaru no Kaidenpa Hasshin Kichi)?) (St.GIGA, Satellaview)[3]
  • 1998-2000: Ijuin Hikaru Nichiyou Daishougun (TBS Radio)
  • 2000-2008: Ijuin Hikaru Nichiyoubi no Himitsu Kichi (TBS Radio)

TV shows[edit]

Variety[edit]

  • 24 Feb 1989: Joudan Gahou II (Fuji TV)
  • 1990: Ucchan Nanchan no Yaru Nara Yaraneba! (as Nanmakun’s warrior victim)(Fuji TV)
  • 1990: Gigu Gyagu Gerira (Nippon TV)
  • 1992-1993: Hyu Hyu (Nippon TV)
  • 1992-1993: Suteki na Kibun De! (TBS)
  • 1993: Kinyou Mogura Negura (Denki Groove no Panda no Nagare Sagyou) (TV Tokyo)
  • 1993-1996: Urutora7:00 (Nippon TV)
  • 1993: Challenge Dai-Ma-Ou (TBS)
  • 6 April 1994: Jungle TV ~ Tamori no Housoku~ (Mainichi Housou/TBS Series)
  • 1994-1995: Tensai Tenbi-kun (NHK Kyouiku)
  • 1995-1997: Game Catalogue 2 (TV Asahi)
  • 1996-1997: Barikin 7 Kensha no Sakusen (TBS)
  • 1996-1997: Otona no Asobi-jikan (NHK Sougou)
  • 1997-1999: Weekend Show (NHKBS2)
  • 1998-2002: Gamewave (TV Tokyo)
  • 1999-2001: Rekishi Tanken (NHK Kyouiku)
  • 2000-2002: Denga na! (later changed to ‘CGTV’) (TBS)
  • 2000: Tekkou-ki Mikaduki Joyoru (as a TV reporter) (Fuji TV)
  • 2000-2001: CX NUDE DV (as the presenter, same as in “The Kaigi-shitsu”) (Fuji TV)
  • 2002-2003: GameBREAK (TV Asahi)
  • 2002-2004: Zenigata Kintarou (supporter) (TV Asahi)
  • 2004-2005: Gekkan Ijuin (MONDO21)
  • 2003-2007: Tora no Mon (only the broadcasts of ‘Unchiku Ou Kettei-sen’, ‘Net Kensaku Yama-kuzushi’ and ‘All Night Tora no Mon’) (TV Asahi)
  • 2005-2009: Bakushou Mondai no Kensaku-chan (semi-regular panellist) (TV Asahi)
  • 2007: Quiz Presen Variety Q Sama!! (always appears in the ‘Pressure Study’ intelligent celebrity competition) (TV Asahi)
  • 2007: Ima Sugu Tsukaeru Mame-chishiki Quiz Zatsugaku Ou (semi-regular panellist) (TV Asahi)
  • 2007: Hitoshi Matsumoto no Suberanai Hanashi The Golden SP2 (Fuji TV)
  • 2007-2009: Ijuin Hikaru no Bangumi (BS11 Digital)
  • 2007: Kaiketsu! Fushigi Sousa-tai (Presenter) (Aomori TV)
  • 2008-2009: Kashikotsu!! (TV Asahi)
  • 2009: Ijuin Hikaru no Shin-bangumi (BS11 Digital)

Journalism, topical shows and sports[edit]

  • 1993: Nekketsu Dragons Sengen (Chukyo TV)
  • Around 1996: TV Jan!! (Sports Corner Regular) (Nippon Terebi)
  • 2003: Hikaru! Sports Kenkyusho (changed to ‘Supoken’ from April 2008) (Nagoya Broadcasting Network)
  • 2003-2005: Ijuin Hikaru no Yakkyu no Mikata! (changed to ‘Ijuin Hikaru no Yakkyu Ban’ in 2004) (Perfect Choice)
  • 2004-2007: Sports Tamashii (main caster) (TV Tokyo)
  • 2007-2008: Super Morning (Wednesday’s main commentator) (TV Asahi)
  • 2007: NNN News Realtime (panellist on ‘Koko ga Wakaran!’) (Nippon TV)

Drama[edit]

  • 1992: Matta Na! (role of the fighter Takimoto) (Nippon TV)
  • 14 Feb 1996: Furuhata Ninzaburou (the role of clothing official Iwata) (Fuji TV)
  • 4 Feb 1997: Odoru Daisousa-sen (the role of stalker Noguchi) 5th episode (Fuji TV)
  • 19 Sep 1997: Shokuinshitsu, final episode (voice role) (TBS TV)
  • 17 Apr 1998: Kinyou Entertainment Jo-ou Hachi (the role of Saburou Yusa)
  • 30 Dec 1999: Yonige-ya Honpo (Nippon TV)
  • 28 August 2002: Shomuni Final (the role of businessman Masaya Sakaki)

Film and television[edit]

  • 1994: Kudokiya Show (role of Jin Dokuyaku (毒薬仁)) (Toei Video)
  • 1994: Shin Funky Monkey Teechee Do-Tsukaretaru nen! (Pony Canyon)
  • 1995: Fatman Brothers~Hyakkan Tantei~ (Director and Appearance, formed a rap group ‘FATMAN BROTHERS’ with Hidehiko Ishizuka (石塚英彦) and Taguchi Hiromasa (田口浩正), also in charge of the theme song) (Bandai Visual)
  • 1996: Sūpā no Onna (Supermarket Woman, Toho)
  • 1997: Marutai no Onna (Woman of the Police Protection Program, Toho)
  • 1997: Himitsu no Kaden (Toho)
  • 1997: Flanders no Inu (the role of a judge’s voice, Shochiku)
  • 1999: Camera3 Jashin Kakusei (the role of a policeman around Kyoto station, Toho)
  • 2001: Go! (Nikkatsu)
  • 2003: Gozamareji (Creative Akuza)
  • 2007: Gegege no Kintarou (the voice of Nurikabe) (Shochiku)
  • 2008: Gegege no Kintarou Sennen Noroi Uta (the voice of Nurikabe, Shochiku)

DVDs[edit]

  • 2008: Tokuten Eizou (directed by Cream Stew’s Teppei Arita (有田哲平)) (Victor Entertainment)
  • 2008: Ijuin Hikaru no Bangumi no DeeVeeDee Vol.1 (Pony Canyon)
  • 2008: Ijuin Hikaru no Bangumi no DeeVeeDee Vol.1 (Pony Canyon)

Bibliography[edit]

CD[edit]

  • ‘Hoshizora no Passport’, Yui Haga, Sony Music Cause Kabushikigaisha, 1990
  • ‘ARAKAWA Tamashii’, Arakawa Rap Brothers, Sony Music Cause Kabushikigaisha
  • ‘Zenraman no Theme’, Saburou Maruhadaka and Zenraman Brothers Band, Sony Music Cause Kabushikigaisha, 1993
  • ‘FATMAN BROTHERS’, FATMAN BROTHERS (Hikaru Ijuin, Hidehiko Ishizuka(石塚英彦), Hiromasa Taguchi(田口浩正)), Pioneer LDC, 1995[4]
  • Ijuin Hikaru Senkyoku Oba Kayou (label: EMI Music Japan ASIN: B000228X0A) Omnibus 2004
  • ‘Nippon Mukashi-banashi~Fairy Stories~10th Edition’, Hikaru Ijuin, Youko Kon( 今陽子), Shingo Tsurumi (鶴見辰吾), Mami Yamase (山瀬まみ), Columbia Music Entertainment, 2005; Horipro talent agency’s 45th anniversary recitation album series (Horipro star talent reading Japan’s old tales)[5]

Serials[edit]

  • Ijuin Hikaru Sekkin ni Tsuki Game Keihou Hatsureichuu ‘Shuupan Famitsu’ (Enterbrain) – Column Series
  • Yuukan TU-KA (TU-KA Original Contents) 3 times weekly, but the publication ended on 29 Sep 2006. The later published ‘No Hanashi’ and ‘No Hanashi ni’ included improved and revised versions of the contents.

References[edit]

  1. ^ スーパーファミコンアワー番組表8/1~8/31 ~スーパーファミコンアワー番組ガイド~. サテラビュー通信 (in Japanese) 2: 33–66. September 1995. 
  2. ^ スーパーファミコンアワー音声連動番組ガイド3/1→3/30. サテラビュー通信 (in Japanese) 10: 40–73. April 1996. 
  3. ^ Kameb. スーパーファミコンアワー番組表. The Satellaview History Museum. 12 February 2008.
  4. ^ アマゾン該当ページ試聴可能
  5. ^ http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B000BU6PEY/視聴