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Aki Toyosaki
豊崎 愛生
Born (1986-10-28) 28 October 1986 (age 33)[1]
Occupation
Years active2006–present
EmployerMusic Ray'n
Height169 cm (5 ft 7 in)[1]
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active2009–present
Labels Sony Music Entertainment Japan / Music Ray'n
Associated acts
Websitewww.toyosakiaki.com
Signature
Aki Toyosaki's signature, K-On! 20121214.jpg

Aki Toyosaki (豊崎 愛生, Toyosaki Aki, born 28 October 1986) is a Japanese actress, voice actress and singer from Tokushima, Tokushima Prefecture. She had her first major voice acting roles in 2007, voicing Amuro Ninagawa in Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō and Su in Shugo Chara!. She was named "Best New Actress" at the 4th Seiyu Awards in 2010 for her role as Yui Hirasawa in K-On! and Kana Nakamachi in Kanamemo, and received the "Best Lead Actress" and "Best Personality" awards at the 5th Seiyu Awards in 2011.

Her career as a musician began with her performance of the opening and ending themes of the anime series K-On! in April 2009. In the same month, she and three other voice actresses debuted as the musical group Sphere with their single "Future Stream". Later, K-On!'s ending theme was given Animation Kobe's "Best Song" award. She released her first solo single "love your life" in October 2009, and has since released two albums and eleven singles that have placed in the top 20 of Oricon's weekly charts. She was awarded "Best Musical Performance" at the 4th Seiyu Awards for her performance on the K-On! mini-album Hōkago Tea Time with four other actresses.

Acting career[edit]

Toyosaki had her first major role as voice actor in 2007, providing the voice of Amuro Ninagawa, the main character of the anime series Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō.[3] She was then featured in Minami-ke and Shugo Chara! as Yoshino and Su, respectively.[4][5]

In 2008, Toyosaki reprised the two roles in Minami-ke: Okawari and Shugo Chara!! Doki—.[6][7] She is also the voice of Charlotte in the new movie adaptations of Kentaro Miura's dark-fantasy manga Berserk.[8]

She went on to voice Najimi Tenkūji in the 2009 series Akikan! and held the leading role in K-On!, providing the voice of protagonist Yui Hirasawa.[9][10] She later took the roles of Koyoi Bessho, in First Love Limited, and Kana Nakamachi, the protagonist of Kanamemo.[11][12] In Minami-ke: Okaeri, she reprised her role as Yoshino a second time.[13]

In 2012, she voiced Chiyuri Kurashima in Accel World,[14] and title character Medaka Kurokami in the two seasons of the high school anime Medaka Box.[15] In 2013, she voiced Kon, the main character's Familiar in Tokyo Ravens.[16]

In 2014, she voiced Seitenshi in Black Bullet,[17] and was the third gender main character Izana Shinatose in Knights of Sidonia,[18] which was also broadcast as a Netflix-exclusive series.[19]

In addition to voice acting, Toyosaki has also appeared on camera.[1] Her first acting job was on Shikoku Broadcasting's informational variety show Saturday Naisho!! (土曜はナイショ!!, Doyō  ha Naisho!!) from 2003 to 2004.[20] She, Ayahi Takagaki, Haruka Tomatsu, and Minako Kotobuki appeared twice on the Anime Song Plus (アニソンぷらす, Anison Purasu) television show as the musical group Sphere on 20 April 2009, and 27 July 2009.[21] During its run in July 2009, Toyosaki also narrated the show.[22] At the 2010 Seiyu Awards, she was named as a "Best New Actress" for her role as Yui Hirasawa and Kana Nakamachi.[23] At the 2011 Seiyu Awards, she won Best Lead Actress for her work in K-ON!! and Best Personality for her work on Radion!!, Pl@net Sphere, and Toyosaki Aki no Okaeri Radio.[24]

In Animage's annual Anime Grand Prix awards, Toyosaki placed first overall for Best Voice Actor in 2009. Her character Yui Hirasawa also placed first overall among Best Characters.[25] She would also place tenth overall in 2012[26] and eighth overall in 2014.[27]

Musical career[edit]

Toyosaki's first musical performance was with fellow voice actress Eri Kitamura on the Minami-ke Weather (みなみけ びより, Minami-ke Biyori) image song CD on 23 April 2008.[28] She then performed the opening and ending themes of the 2009 anime series K-On!, "Cagayake! Girls" and "Don't say 'lazy'", respectively, with voice actresses Yōko Hikasa, Satomi Satō, and Minako Kotobuki.[10] Both themes were released as singles on 22 April 2009.[29] The "Cagayake! Girls" single sold about 62,000 copies during its debut week, ranking fourth on Oricon's latest weekly singles chart, while the "Don't say 'lazy' " single sold about 67,000 copies during its debut week, placing second on the chart.[30] The opening and ending singles remained on the chart during the week of 27 April to 3 May, falling to sixth and fifth, while selling an additional 19,963 and 22,094 copies.[31] On 23 June 2009, "Don't say 'lazy'" was awarded Animation Kobe's "Best Song" award.[32]

Toyosaki then performed the opening theme of the 2009 First Love Limited series, titled "Future Stream" with Ayahi Takagaki, Haruka Tomatsu, and Minako Kotobuki.[33] Shortly after, the four formed the musical group Sphere. They are affiliated with Music Ray'n, an artist management and publishing group of Sony Music Entertainment Japan.[34][35] The theme was released as the group's first single on 22 April 2009.[33]

Toyosaki, Hikasa, Satō, and Kotobuki performed the insert song, a song that occurs within the episodes of the anime, "Fuwa Fuwa Time" for K-On!. It was released as a single on 20 May 2009.[29] On 17 June 2009, Toyosaki released a K-On! image song single named after her K-On! character Yui Hirasawa. The single ranked third on Oricon's weekly singles chart during the week of 15 to 21 June, selling 31,384 copies.[36]

Shortly after, Toyosaki, Kaoru Mizuhara, and Rie Kugimiya performed "Heart Connected to You", the opening theme of Kanamemo, which was released 5 August 2009.[37] On 25 June 2009, she provided the narration of a television advertisement for the performance of "Blue Feather", a single by the musical group Binecks.[38] The First Love Limited Character File Vol. 3 image album, released 23 July 2009, includes a song featuring Toyosaki.[39] In July, the anime series Sora no Manimani debuted with the Sphere performed opening theme "Super Noisy Nova", which was released as a single on 29 July 2009.[40] Toyosaki, Hikasa, Satomi Satō, Kotobuki and Ayana Taketatsu performed on K-On!'s Hōkago Tea Time (放課後ティータイム, lit. "After School Tea Time") mini-album released 22 July 2009.[23][41] The mini-album sold over 67,000 copies to debut at the number one spot on Oricon's latest weekly album chart. It is the first album credited to fictional anime characters to do so.[42] On 27 October 2009, Toyosaki released her first solo single "love your life".[43] Sphere released their third single "It Raises the Wind/Brave my heart" on 25 November 2009.[44] The group released their first album A.T.M.O.S.P.H.E.R.E on 23 December 2009.[45]

After, the group performed the opening theme of Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaō, "REALOVE:REALIFE", which began airing in April 2010.[46] The theme was released as a single 21 April 2010.[47] Sphere next performed on the first day of Animelo Summer Live 2010, at Saitama Super Arena on 28 August 2010.[48] At the 2010 Seiyu Awards, Toyosaki and her collaborators were awarded "Best Musical Performance" for their performance on Hōkago Tea Time.[23] On 28 May 2010, Toyosaki released her second solo single, titled "Looking for Me".[49] In July 2010, the Asobi ni Ikuyo: Bombshells from the Sky anime series began airing with "Now loading...SKY!!" by Sphere as its opening theme. The theme was later released as a single on 28 July 2010.[50] In October, the Otome Yōkai Zakuro anime premiered with Sphere's "MOON SIGNAL" as the opening theme. Toyosaki's voice is also featured in "Junjō Masquerade" (純情マスカレイド, "Pure Heart Masquerade"), one of the series' three ending themes. "MOON SIGNAL" was released as a single on 20 October 2010, and "Junjō Masquerade" was released with the other endings on 24 November 2010.[51][52] Toyosaki was the fourth top-selling voice actress in 2011.[53]

Filmography[edit]

Anime[edit]

List of voice performances in anime
Year Title Role Notes Source
2006 Red Garden Female student [54][55]
2007 Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! Handicraft staff
手芸部員
[54]
2007 Love Com Student, elementary school student [54]
2007 Bokurano: Ours Child [54]
2007 Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō Amuro Ninagawa [54][3]
2007 Potemayo Shizuka Shiina [54]
2007–09 Shugo Chara! series Su [54][5][7]
2007 Kimikiss: Pure Rouge Kazuki Aihara (childhood)
相原一輝(子供時代)
[54]
2007–13 Minami-ke series Yoshino [54][4][6][13][56]
2008 Noramimi
ja:のらみみ
Girl [54]
2008 Net Ghost PiPoPa Siren, Kyoko Urasawa [54][57]
2008 Nijū Mensō no Musume Maid [54]
2008–09 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu series Mai Asahina, Eri Togasaki also OVA in 2012 [54]
2008 Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka Yocchan
よっちゃん
[54]
2008–09 *Dolly☆Variety
ja:ドーリィ☆バラエティ
Sora Aoki [58]
2008 Hell Girl: Three Vessels Yuko Hiraishi
平石逸子
[54]
2008 Bihada Ichizoku
ja:美肌一族
Ai Shiratori [54][59]
2008 Nodame Cantabile Paris Student [54]
2009 Akikan! Najimi Tenkūji [54][9]
2009–10 K-ON! Yui Hirasawa 2 seasons [54][10][60]
2009 Asura Cryin' series An Ōhara 2 seasons [54][61]
2009 Arad Senki: Slap Up Party Stella, others [54][62]
2009 First Love Limited Koyoi Bessho [54][11]
2009 Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto Oshima [54][63]
2009 Umineko When They Cry Asmodeus [54][64]
2009 Aoi Hana Miwa Mogi [54][65]
2009 Kanamemo Kana Nakamachi [54][12]
2009 Suspended
宙のまにまに
Aiko Wakashi
和下あいこ
[54]
2009 Spice and Wolf II Merta [54][66]
2009 Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
東京マグニチュード8.0
Yuka
ユカ
[54]
2009 A Certain Scientific Railgun Kazari Uiharu also OVA in 2010 [54][67]
2009 The Sacred Blacksmith Lisa [54][68]
2009 Kobato. Hiromi Omura
大村裕美
TV
洋菓子店「チロル」の店員。読みは「おおむら・ゆみ」
[54]
2009 To Love Ru Momo Belia Deviluke OVA ep. 4 [69]
2010–11 The Qwaser of Stigmata Tomo Yamanobe 2 seasons [54][70]
2010 Maid Sama! Manager Satsuki [54][71]
2010 Demon King Daimao Keena Soga [54][72][73]
2010–15 Jewelpet series Angela, Lady Diana, others starting with Twinkle [54][74][75]
2010 Shizuku Hesoka
ja:しまじろう ヘソカ
Nuno / Marurin
ののちゃん/まるりん
[54]
2010 Okami-san and Seven Companions Otohime Ryūgū [54][76]
2010–11 Mitsudomoe Yuki Yoshioka 2 seasons [54][77]
2010 Cat Planet Cuties Melwin also OVA in 2011 [54][78]
2010 Heaven's Lost Property: Forte Chaos [54]
2010 Hyakka Ryōran Samurai Girls Kanetsugu Naoe Also Samurai Bride in 2013 [54][79][80]
2010 Motto To Love Ru Momo Belia Deviluke [54][69]
2010 Otome Yōkai Zakuro Bonbori [54][81]
2010 A Certain Magical Index II Kazari Uiharu [54][82]
2010–11 Princess Resurrection OVAs 13, 14, 16 [54][83]
2011 Beelzebub Aoi Kunieda [54][84]
2011 Wandering Son Momoko Shirai [54][85]
2011 Fractale Megan [54]
2011 Hanasaku Iroha Nako Oshimizu [54][86]
2011 Softenni Yura Hiratsuka [54][87]
2011 The World God Only Knows II Jun Nagase [54][88]
2011 Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day Tetsudō Hisakawa (child) [54][89]
2011–15 YuruYuri series Chitose Ikeda [54][90]
2011 Nekogami Yaoyorozu Shamo Also OVA in 2012 [54][91]
2011 Manyū Hiken-chō Kaede [54][92]
2011 Last Exile: Fam, The Silver Wing Fem Fan Fan [54][93]
2011 Un-Go Inga, Sumie Yada [54][94][95]
2012 Inu x Boku SS Chino Kotomura [54][96]
2012 Kokon the Animation
ja:こいけん! ~私たちアニメになっちゃった!~
Wakaba Otowa
音羽わかば
[54]
2012 Queen's Blade: Rebellion Mirim [54]
2012 Medaka Box Medaka Kurokami 2 seasons [54][15][97][98]
2012 Natsuiro Kiseki Rinko Tamaki [54][99]
2012 Accel World Chiyuri Kurashima / Lime Bell [54][14]
2012 Hyōka Rie Zenna [54][100]
2012 Kokoro Connect Iori Nagase [54][101]
2012 Busou Shinki Valona [54][2]
2012–17 To Love Ru Darkness Momo Belia Deviluke 2 seasons [54][102]
2013 Valvrave the Liberator Lieselotte W. Dorssia 2 seasons [54]
2013 A Certain Scientific Railgun S Kazari Uiharu [54]
2013 The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat Azuki's mother [54]
2013 Servant × Service Megumi Chihaya [54]
2013 Sunday Without God Ai Astin [54]
2013 I Couldn't Become a Hero, So I Reluctantly Decided to Get a Job. Aki Toyosaki [54]
2013 Tokyo Ravens Kon [54][16]
2014–15 Noragami Kofuku 2 seasons [54]
2014 D-Frag! Funabori [54]
2014 If Her Flag Breaks Tsumugi Ryukishihara [54][103]
2014 Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle Data Uchiki [54]
2014 Black Bullet Seitenshi [54][17]
2014 Knights of Sidonia Izana Shinatose Also Battle for Planet Nine in 2015 [54][18][19]
2014, 2016 Terra Formars Yaeko Yanasegawa 2 seasons [54][104]
2014 Celestial Method Yuzuki Mizusaka [54]
2014 Girl Friend Beta Raimu Nejikawa [54]
2015 Ultimate Otaku Teacher Kōtarō Araki [54]
2015 Mikagura School Suite Senior [54]
2015–16 Ushio and Tora Yuu Hiyama 2 seasons [54]
2015 Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama Melory [54]
2015–16 Concrete Revolutio Emi Kino 2 seasons [54][105]
2016 Kuma Miko: Girl Meets Bear Clerk [54]
2016 Kuromukuro Yukihime [54]
2016 Berserk Charlotte [54]
2016 Time Travel Girl Mari Hayase [54][106]
2016 Ange Vierge Elel [54][107]
2016 Flip Flappers Welwitschia [54]
2017 KonoSuba 2 Yunyun [54][108]
2017 Scum's Wish Akane Minagawa [54][109]
2017–present Duel Masters Momo Uraraka, Queen of the Nature Civilization, additional voices [54][110]
2017 Alice & Zouroku Sanae Kashimura [54][111]
2017 Re:Creators Altair [54][112]
2017 Made in Abyss Marulk [54][113]
2017 Our love has always been 10 centimeters apart Miō Aida [114]
2018 Laid-Back Camp Aoi Inuyama [115]
2018 Kira Kira Happy Hirake! Cocotama Marme [116]
2018 A Certain Magical Index III Kazari Uiharu
2019 Wataten!: An Angel Flew Down to Me Emily Himesaka [117]
2019 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Teoni (childhood)
2019 Isekai Quartet Yunyun [118]
2019 Demon Lord, Retry! Angel White [119]
2019 Wasteful Days of High School Girls Shiori "Robo" Saginomiya [120]
2019 A Certain Scientific Accelerator Kazari Uiharu
2019 Fruits Basket Isuzu Soma [121]
2019 Cautious Hero: The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious Ristarte [122]
2019 Dr. Stone Homura
2020 Heya Camp Aoi Inuyama
2020 A Certain Scientific Railgun T Kazari Uiharu [123]
2020 Isekai Quartet 2 Yunyun, Ristarte [124][125]
2020 Mewkledreamy Mew [126]
2020 The Misfit of Demon King Academy Isabella [127]
2021 Idoly Pride Kokoro Akazaki [128]

Film[edit]

List of voice performances in film
Year Title Role Notes Source
2010 Book Girl Chia Takeda [54][129][130]
2011 Pokémon the Movie: Black—Victini and Reshiram and White—Victini and Zekrom: Choroneko [131][132]
2011 Un-Go Episode 0: Inga Chapter Inga [54]
2011 K-On!: The Movie Yui Hirasawa [54]
2012 Berserk: The Golden Age I – The Egg of the King Charlotte [54]
2012 Berserk: The Golden Age Arc II – The Battle for Doldrey Charlotte [54]
2012 Jewelpet the Movie: Sweets Dance Princess Angela [54]
2013 Berserk: The Golden Age Arc III – The Advent Charlotte [54]
2013 A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion Kazari Uiharu [54]
2013 Hanasaku Iroha: Home Sweet Home Nako Oshimizu [54]
2013 Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day Tetsudō "Poppo" Hisakawa (young) [54]
2013 The Lost 15 Boys: The Big Adventure on Pirates' Island Raymond [54]
2014 Sora no Otoshimono Final: Eternal My Master Chaos [54]
2015 Knights of Sidonia Movie Izana Shinatose [54]
2016 Zutto Mae Kara Suki Deshita Mio Aida [54]
2016 Accel World: Infinite Burst Chiyuri Kurashima [54]
2016 Suki ni Naru Sono Shunkan o Mio Aida [54]
2017 Blame! The Authority [54][133]
2019 Blackfox Madara [134]
2019 Kono Subarashii Sekai Ni Shukufuku O! Yunyun

Video games[edit]

List of voice performances in video games
Year Title Role Notes Source
2007 Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! Happy Festa Takeuchi
武内
PS1/PS2 [54]
2007 Kenkō Zenrakei Suieibu Umishō Amuro Ninagawa PS1/PS2 [54]
2008–09 Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka games Yocchan
よっちゃん
PS1/PS2 [54]
2008 Momo Taisen Papers
ja:桃色大戦ぱいろん
Sherry-mine / Aoyama
シェリー=マイン/青山あろえ
PC(一般) [54]
2008–09 Shugo Chara! games Su DS [54]
2009 Kazeiro Surf
風色サーフ
Arisa Beriev
アリサ・ベリエフ
PS2 [54]
2009 Arc Rise Fantasia Sonia Carlisle
ソニア・カーライル
Wii [54]
2009 Record of Agarest War Zero Apli PS3, also Dawn of War in 2010 [54]
2009 Luminous Arc 3 Sion
シオン
DS [54]
2009 Queen's Blade: Spiral Chaos Ranchel / Suschel
ランシェル/スーシェル
PSP [54]
2010 Keroro RPG: Kishi to Musha to Densetsu no Kaizoku Ilinx
イリンクス
DS [54]
2010 Marriage Royale Prism Story Iyo Uwajima PSP [54]
2010 Class of Heroes 2G Olive
オリーブ
PS3 [54]
2010 K-On! Hōkago Live!! Yui Hirasawa PSP [54]
2010 Class of Heroes 3 Kirsch-Torte
キルシュトルテ
PSP [54]
2010 Umineko no Naku Koro ni: Majo to Suiri no Rondo Asmodeus PS3 [54]
2011 Gashira! ~ Rampage Teacher in High School ~
ja:ガチトラ! 〜暴れん坊教師 in High School〜
Moe Asami
浅見萌
PSP [54]
2011 Terror of the Stratus Yui Asai
麻井由比
PSP [54]
2011 A Certain Scientific Railgun Kazari Uiharu PSP, also title in 2013 [54]
2011 Umineko no Naku Koro ni Chiru: Shinjitsu to Gensō no Nocturne Asmodeus PS3 [54]
2012 New Little King's Story Apricot PS Vita [54]
2012 Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day Tetsudō "Poppo" Hisakawa (child) PSP [54]
2012 Accel World: Awakening of the Silver Wings Chiyuri Kurashima PS3, PSP [54]
2012 Girl Friend Beta Raimu Nejikawa Also Summer Vacation in 2015 [54]
2012 Kokoro Connect Yochi Random Iori Nagase PSP [54]
2013 Accel World: The Peak of Acceleration Chiyuri Kurashima PS3, PSP [54]
2013 Killer Is Dead Mika Takekawa PS3, Xbox 360 [54]
2013 Phantom Breaker: Extra Yuzuha Fujibayashi PS3, Xbox 360 [54]
2014 Granblue Fantasy Melleau iOS, Android, Web Browser [54]
2014 J-Stars Victory VS Medaka Kurokami PS3, other [54]
2014 To Love-Ru Trouble Darkness: Battle Ecstasy Momo Belia Deviluke [54]
2015 7th Dragon III Code: VFD Mio Nagumo 3DS [54]
2015 To Love-Ru Trouble Darkness: True Princess Momo Belia Deviluke [54]
2015 Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition Kazari Uiharu PS3, other [54]
2016 Girl's Frontline Suomi iOS, Android
2016 Zero Time Dilemma Q 3DS, PS Vita [54]
2016 Persona 5 Caroline, Justine PS3, PS4 [54]
2018 Food Fantasy Udon iOS, Android [54]
2019 Dragalia Lost Ramona iOS, Android
2019 Pokémon Masters Mei iOS, Android [135]
2019 Arknights Bagpipe iOS, Android

Drama CD[edit]

List of voice performances in drama CD
Year Title Role Notes Source
2010 Aquarian Age Fenrir [54]
2011 Oreshura Chiwa Harusaki 2 volumes [54]
2011 Wanna Be the Strongest in the World Sakura Hagiwara [136]

Tokusatsu[edit]

List of voice performances in tokusatsu
Year Title Role Notes Source
2012 Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Tiaraloid  Ep. 37 [54]

Other dubbing[edit]

List of voice performances in overseas and other dubs
Year Title Role Notes Source
2011 Sucker Punch Blondie [137]
2014 We Are What We Are Iris Parker [138]
2016 The Powerpuff Girls Blossom [54][139]
2017 Smurfs: The Lost Village Smurflily [140]

Discography[edit]

Solo singles[edit]

Title Release date Chart positions Oricon sales Album
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[141]
First
week
Total
"love your life"[43][142][143] October 28, 2009 12 6,999 9,233 Love your life, love my life
"Boku wo Sagashite" (ぼくを探して, lit. "What I'm Looking For")[144][145][146][147][148] May 26, 2010 11 86 10,865 13,341
"Dill"[149][150][151][152][153] November 10, 2010 14 85 11,504 15,209
"Shun Pu" (春風 SHUN PU, lit. "Spring Breeze")[154][155][156][157] April 13, 2011 5 56 12,453 17,388
"Music"[158][159][160][161] January 25, 2012 12 77 9,043 10,143 Love Letters
"Shirotsumekusa" (シロツメクサ, lit. "White Clover")[162][163][164][165] May 23, 2012 20 98 7,669 8,904
"Orion to Supankoru" (オリオンとスパンコール, lit. "Orion and Spangles")[166][167][168][169] December 19, 2012 10 66 9,812 11,581
"flip flop" (フリップ フロップ, Furippu furoppu)[170][171][172][173] May 22, 2013 18 66 8,955 9,730
"Cheeky"[174][175][176] August 28, 2013 16 86 7,092 7,692
"Delight" (ディライト, Diraito)[177][178] March 19, 2014 17 5,513 6,389 all time Lovin'
"Kanae Tamae" (叶えたまえ)[179][180][181][182] July 9, 2014 11 70 5,307 5,989
"Portrait" (ポートレイト)[183][184] November 12, 2014 17 4,743 5,149
"Uh-LaLa"[185] June 24, 2015 14 5,166 5,569
"Walk on Believer ♪"[186] August 31, 2016 25 4,529 4,858
"Honey and Loops" (ハニーアンドループス)[187] May 31, 2017 14 4,514 4,514

Solo albums[edit]

Title Release date Chart positions Oricon sales
Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
Billboard Japan Top Albums Sales
[188]
First
week
Total
love your life, love my life[189][190][191] June 1, 2011 7 7 22,447 28,581
Love letters[192][193] September 25, 2013 13 12 10,574 12,646
all time Lovin' March 23, 2016 10 10 7,836 8,784

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