Mariko Shinoda

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Mariko Shinoda
Native name 篠田 麻里子
Also known as Mariko-sama (麻里子様?)[1]
Born (1986-03-11) March 11, 1986 (age 28)
Origin Maebaru, Fukuoka, Japan
Genres J-Pop, Pop
Occupations Japanese idol, singer, actress
Years active 2006 - 2013 (Graduated on July 21, 2013)
Labels King (AKB48)
Associated acts AKB48
Website mariko-shinoda.net

Mariko Shinoda (篠田 麻里子 Shinoda Mariko?, born March 11, 1986 in Maebaru, Fukuoka)is a Japanese singer, actress, fashion model, and former member of the Japanese idol group AKB48, in which she was the captain of Team A.

Career[edit]

In October 2005, she auditioned for AKB48 but did not make the first generation.[2] She started working at a café in AKB48's theater, then known as Akihabara 48, as a staff member. Yasushi Akimoto, general producer of AKB48, gave her a chance to join AKB48 on the condition that she learn the group's 12 songs and dances in four days.[2] She became AKB48's first non-generation, or "1.5 generation", member[2] with her debut on Team A on January 22, 2006.[3] Her first single as part of the main group was on "Aitakatta". On March 30, 2011, she began to host a show with her own name, Mariko-sama no Oriko-sama (麻里子様のおりこうさま!?) on NHK.[1][4] She has appeared individually in television commercials and was cited[who?] as the "queen of TV commercials" (CM joō) for 2012 for having more contracts (a total of twenty) with companies to appear in their ads than any other female tarento (fellow AKB48 member Tomomi Itano was tied at 20).[5][clarification needed]

In August 2012, AKB48 Theater’s manager Tomonobu Togasaki announced sweeping team changes that placed Shinoda as the new captain of Team A.[6]

In 2013, Shinoda launched her clothing brand "ricori" which featured clothing that she had designed and produced. She stated that starting her own line of clothing had been a dream of hers before joining AKB48.[7]

Shinoda placed fifth overall in the 2013 AKB48 General Election.[8] On June 8, during the broadcast of the election results, Shinoda announced that she would graduate from the group.[9] She later announced that she planned to continue fashion design and modeling.[10] Her graduation ceremony was held on July 21 at the Fukuoka Yahoo Dome,[11] and her final performance at the AKB48 theater was on July 22.[2]

Discography[edit]

AKB48 main singles[edit]

Year No. Title Role Notes
2006 Ind-2 "Skirt, Hirari" Supporting The girls who did not sing on the main single participated as backup dancers. Debut with Team A.
1 "Aitakatta" A-side
2007 2 "Seifuku ga Jama o Suru" A-side
3 "Keibetsu Shiteita Aijō" A-side
4 "Bingo!" A-side
5 "Boku no Taiyō" A-side
2008 7 "Romance, Irane" A-side
8 "Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008" A-side
9 "Baby! Baby! Baby!" A-side
10 "Ōgoe Diamond" A-side
2009 11 "10nen Sakura" A-side
12 "Namida Surprise!" A-side
13 "Iiwake Maybe" A-side Ranked 3rd in 2009 General Election.
14 "River" A-side
2010 15 "Sakura no Shiori" A-side Also sang on "Majisuka Rock 'n' Roll".
16 "Ponytail to Shushu" A-side Also sang on "Majijo Teppen Blues".
17 "Heavy Rotation" A-side Ranked 3rd in 2010 General Election. Also sang on "Yasai Sisters" and "Lucky Seven"
18 "Beginner" A-side
19 "Chance no Junban" B-side Did not place in rock-paper-scissors tournament.[12] Sang on "Yoyakushita Christmas" and "Kurumi to Dialougue" (as Team A)
2011 20 "Sakura no Ki ni Narō" A-side
21 "Everyday, Katyusha" A-side Also sang on "Korekara Wonderland" and "Yankee Soul".
22 "Flying Get" A-side Ranked 4th in 2011 General Election. Also sang on "Seishun to Kizukanai Mama", "Ice no Kuchizuke", "Yasai Uranai"
23 "Kaze wa Fuiteiru" A-side
24 "Ue kara Mariko" A-side, Center Won 2011 rock-paper-scissors tournament. First AKB48 single to be titled after a member.[13][14][15]
2012 25 "Give Me Five!" A-side (Baby Blossom) Played tambourine in Baby Blossom.
26 "Manatsu no Sounds Good!" A-side Also sang on "Chōdai, Darling!"
27 "Gingham Check" A-side Ranked 5th in 2012 General Election. Also sang on "Yume no Kawa".
28 "Uza" A-side Also sang on "Kodoku na Hoshizora".
29 "Eien Pressure" A-side Placed 5th in 2012 rock-paper-scissors tournament.[citation needed]
2013 30 "So Long!" A-side Also sang on "Ruby"
31 "Sayonara Crawl" A-side Also sang on "Ikiru Koto"
32 "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" A-side Ranked 5th in 2013 General Election.[8]

Other AKB48 singles[edit]

  • "Dareka no Tame ni - What can I do for someone?" (2011)
  • "Sugar Rush" (2012)

Events[edit]

Stage units[edit]

Team A 1st Stage
  1. Kiss wa Dameyo (2nd Units)
Team A 2nd Stage
  1. Namida no Shōnan
  2. Senaka Kara Dakishimete
  3. Rio no Kakumei
Team A 3rd Stage
  1. Bird
  2. Seifuku ga Jama o Suru
Team A 4th Stage
  1. Kikyō
Himawari-gumi 1st Stage
  1. Himawari
Himawari-gumi 2nd Stage
  1. Confession
Team A 5th Stage
  1. Manatsu no Christmas Rose
Team A 6th Stage
  1. Saboten to Gold Rush

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role
2011 Documentary of AKB48: To Be Continued Self
2011 Inu no Eiga (犬とあなたの物語 いぬのえいが?) Sudo-san
2011 Gal Basara: Sengoku Jidai wa Kengai Desu
2011 Japanese Salaryman NEO Mao
2012 Ouran High School Host Club (桜蘭高校ホスト部 Ōran Kōkō Hosuto Kurabu?) Michelle [16]

Dramas[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 Love Game episode 11 Ruka
2009 Gine Sanfujinka no onna tachi (ja:ギネ 産婦人科の女たち Gyne Ladies of ob-gyn?) Toda
2010 Majisuka Gakuen (ja:マジすか学園?) Sado
2011 Taisetsu na koto wa subete kimi ga oshiete kureta (ja:大切なことはすべて君が教えてくれた You taught me all important things?) Self
2011 Sakura kara no tegami (桜からの手紙 〜AKB48 それぞれの卒業物語〜?) Mariko Shinoda
2011 Majisuka Gakuen 2 (マジすか学園2?) Sado
2011 Ouran High School Host Club Michelle

Television[edit]

Year Title Role
2007 Faitenshon Depāto (ja:ファイテンション☆デパート Fight Tention Depart?) Self
2008 AKB 1:59 (ja:AKB1じ59ふん! AKB 1ji 59fun?) Self
2008 AKB 0:59 (ja:AKB0じ59ふん! AKB 0ji 59fun?) Self
2008 Gold House (ja:ゴールドハウス?) Self
2008–2011 AKBingo! Self
2008–2009 AKB48 Nemousu TV (ja:AKB48ネ申テレビ?) Self
2008–2010 Jaikeru Makuson (ja:ジャイケルマクソン?) Self
2009–2010 Omoikkiri Pon! (ja:おもいッきりPON!?) Self
2009–2011 Shukan AKB48 (ja:週刊AKB Weekly AKB?) Self
2009–2011 Nobunaga (ja:ノブナガ?) Self
2010 AKB600sec. Self
2010- Uma Pro (ja:うまプロ?) Self
2010- AKB to ××! (ja:AKBと××!?) Self
2011 Documentary of AKB48 Self
2011 Mariko-sama no Orikousama! Self

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "篠田麻里子「篠田麻里子、自身も「おりこうさまに」". Billboard Japan (in Japanese). Retrieved 13 June 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d "篠田麻里子、涙と笑顔でAKB卒業 7年半の活動に幕 (AKB48) ニュース-ORICON STYLE" [Shinoda Mariko graduates from AKB48 with smiles and tears]. Oricon Style (in Japanese). July 22, 2013. Retrieved 2013-08-26. Lay summaryTokyohive (2013-07-22). 
  3. ^ "Omoikkiri DON" broadcast 2009-05-13 by Nihon TV
  4. ^ "AKB48's Shinoda Mariko Lands Her Own TV Show". jpopasia. March 5, 2011. Retrieved April 18, 2011. 
  5. ^ "今年のCM女王は、麻里子さま&ともちん ともに20社ずつ". Sankei Nyūsu (in Japanese). Retrieved 13 June 2013. 
  6. ^ Green, Scott (August 24, 2012). "AKB48 Announces Tectonic Line-Up Shift". Crunchyroll. 
  7. ^ "Shinoda Mariko opens the first store for her original brand 'ricori'". Tokyohive.com. 2013-02-28. 
  8. ^ a b "AKB48 Official Site: 2013 Election Result". AKB48 Official Site (in Japanese). Retrieved 2013-08-25. 
  9. ^ "まりこ様卒業…福岡ラスト". Nikkan Sports (in Japanese). Retrieved 13 June 2013. 
  10. ^ "篠田麻里子、AKB卒業後「歌はやらない」" [Shinoda Mariko talks about her future activities after graduation]. Oricon Style (in Japanese). June 11, 2013. Lay summaryTokyohive (June 11, 2013). 
  11. ^ "Yokoyama Yui is Team A’s New Captain! Members’ thoughts & pictures from Shinoda Mariko’s graduation at Fukuoka Yahoo Dome • AKB48WrapUp". Akb48wrapup.com. 2013-07-22. Retrieved 2013-08-27. 
  12. ^ "AKB48、じゃんけん選抜シングルは「チャンスの順番」". Natalie (in Japanese). Natasha, Inc. 2010-11-04. Retrieved 2012-04-21. 
  13. ^ "AKB次作は篠田麻里子の"初冠"シングル じゃんけん選抜曲名は「上からマリコ」". Oricon (in Japanese). Oricon Inc. 2011-10-29. Retrieved 2011-11-01. 
  14. ^ "篠田麻里子、じゃんけん選抜曲決定!その名も「上からマリコ」". Yomiuri Shimbun (in Japanese). Yomiuri Online (The Hochi Shimbun). 2011-10-30. Retrieved 2011-11-01. 
  15. ^ "しのまり 新曲「上からマリコ」に「笑っちゃった」". Sports Nippon (in Japanese). Sports Nippon. 2011-10-30. Retrieved 2011-11-01. 
  16. ^ "Live-Action Ouran High School Host Club Film Trailer Posted". Anime News Network. 2012-03-02. Retrieved 2013-03-13. 

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