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|Born||March 13, 1974|
She began her career as a Japanese idol with all-girl group Osaka Performance Doll from 1993 to 1996, then joined new Hello! Project group Taiyo to Ciscomoon (later named "T&C Bomber") in 1999, until its end in late 2000. She stayed within Hello! Project as a chorist and dancer, without a being a soloist or in a group, but appeared in the temporary Hello! Project shuffle units Aoiro 7, 7Air, H.P. All Stars and Puripuri Pink. On October 30, 2009, she announced that her contract with Up-Front Agency, the parent company to Hello! Project, had ended.
|Show||Start date||End date||Station|
|Game Catalogue 2 (ゲームカタログ2)||April 1995||September 1995||TV Asahi|
|Idol o Sagase! (アイドルをさがせ!)||April 2001||March 2002||TV Tokyo|
|Shin Bishōjo Nikki (新・美少女日記)||October 2001||December 2001||TV Tokyo|
|Oha Suta (おはスタ)||November 2002||December 2002||TV Tokyo|
|Bishōjo Nikki III "Little Hospital" (美少女日記III「リトルホスピタル」)||January 2003||March 2003||TV Tokyo|
|Program||Start date||End date||Station|
|Ikinari Inaba Yoroshiku Yossī (いきなりイナバ★よろしくヨッスィー)||April 6, 2003||March 27, 2004||CBC|
|TBC Fun Fīrudo Mōretsu Mōdasshu (TBC Funふぃーるど・モーレツモーダッシュ)||June 27, 2005||July 8, 2005||TBC|
- "Announcement of contract ending" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2009-10-30.
- (in Japanese) Hello! Project official profile