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|Born||September 11, 1987|
|Origin||Noda, Chiba, Japan|
|Labels||Defstar Records, Avex Trax|
As an AKB48 member
Oshima passed the first AKB48 audition in December, 2005 along with 23 other girls. She was assigned to Team A, and participated in most of AKB48's singles. On April 26, 2007, it was announced that her contract would be transferred to Horipro. Upon joining the new talent agency, she was put on the roster of Xanadu loves NHC, a futsal team consisting of idols from Horipro; her jersey number was 18. Oshima made her first appearance on Kouhaku Uta Gassen, an annual music show where the most successful artists compete, with AKB48 on December 31, 2007.
On March 24, 2008, she participated in the opening party of Channel Café, a channel broadcasting simulator event, at Roppongi Hills, Tokyo. From April 2008, Oshima appeared regularly on the Movie Plus navigating show, Plus Style.
On February 21, 2009, she announced that she would be leaving AKB48, and, on April 26, 2009 she graduated from the group with the last performance at NHK Hall.
Mai Oshima made her solo debut in 2010 with the single "Mendokusai Aijō".
- "Mendokusai Aijō" (メンドクサイ愛情, "Troublesome Love") (May 5, 2010) - Sales: 16,447
- "Ai tte Nandahō" (愛ってナンダホー, "What The Hell Is Love?") (August 11, 2010) - Sales: 6,501
- "Second Lady" (July 27, 2011) - Sales: 2,804
|Year||English Title||Japanese Title||Role|
|2006||Densha Otoko Deluxe||電車男デラックス||Herself|
- Mai Oshima official Avex website (Japanese)
- Mai Oshima official Horipro website (Japanese)
- Official blog (Japanese)
- Mai Oshima on Twitter