Ayaka Komatsu

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Ayaka Komatsu
Native name 小松 彩夏
Born (1986-07-23) July 23, 1986 (age 29)
Ichinoseki, Iwate, Japan
Occupation
Height 160 cm (5 ft 3 in)

Ayaka Komatsu (小松 彩夏 Komatsu Ayaka?) is a Japanese model, gravure idol and actress. She was born on July 23, 1986 in Ichinoseki, Iwate Prefecture.

Biography[edit]

Modeling career[edit]

Her modeling agency is Amuse inc. She was a regular model of the now defunct Candy magazine.[1] She also appeared in the Winter 2002-2003 "Angel Blue" fashion catalog and was on the cover of the manga Young Sunday dated April 7, 2005.

She was a member of the 2004 edition of the Japanese modeling quartet named Nittelligenic, an idol group sponsored by Nippon TV.[2]

Acting career[edit]

She has acted in the following movies: Odoru Daisosasen The Movie 2 (her role in this film was relatively minor; she gets attacked by a vampire), Koibumi, Master of Thunder, A Perfect Day for Love Letters, Drift and Drift 2 (later released as Drift Deluxe Edition), and Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru (which opened in Japan on January 20, 2007, and later in Europe under the English title My Sister, My Love).

Arguably, her best known role was as Minako Aino/Sailor V/Sailor Venus in the series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon.

Komatsu was in the cast of a TV show called Dandori Musume ("Appointment Girls"). Her role in Dandori Musume is more comic than tragic, in contrast to her PGSM role. In 2008, she appeared in Average[3] and in episode 7 of Aren't You a Criminal?.[4]

She had a recurring role in the summer Fuji TV drama Buzzer Beat, reuniting with her former Sailor Moon cast member Keiko Kitagawa, who had the lead female role as well as with Yamashita Tomohisa as Komatsu made a cameo appearance on his previous drama, Kurosagi.

Filmography[edit]

TV shows[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
2003 Idol do Fuji TV
2005-2006 Premiere no Sōkutsu!! Fuji TV 4th season
2006-2007 Koisuru Hanikami CBC/TBS 4th assistant

TV drama[edit]

Year Series Role Network Notes
2003–2004 Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Aino Minako/Sailor Venus/Sailor V CBC/TBS First lead role
2005 One Missed Call Odagiri Kyōko TV Asahi Guest appearance
Tôbôsha: Kijima Jôichirô fast food store clerk Fuji TV
2006 Kurosagi Goldigger Girlfriend TBS Cameo appearance
Ns' Aoi SP medical ward novice nurse Fuji TV Guest appearance
Isshou Wasurenai Monogatari "Million Films" Nakano Ayumi TV Asahi Lead role
Dandori Musume 〜Dance☆Drill〜 Saishū-banashi Tadano Hikaru Fuji TV Lead role
Senjo no Girl's Life Kobayashi Bifuka HDC Lead Role
Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi actress Fuji TV episode 3
2007 Bambino! Minakawa Kozue NTV Supporting role
Hataraki Man Horita Megumi NTV Guest Appearance
Uranaishi Tenjin Kanae CBC episode 2
Kohome Yumi Kansai TV
2008 Average woman customer Fuji TV Supporting Role/ TV movie
Kimi Hannin Janai yo ne? Noda Asuka TV Asahi Guest appearance
Galileo Φ: Episode 0 Hirahara Yoko Fuji TV Guest appearance/ TV movie
The Naminori Restaurant Shibata Hiroko NTV Guest appearance
2009 Buzzer Beat Kanazawa Shion Fuji TV Supporting role
Tokyo DOGS model Fuji TV Guest appearance
MW- mū - dai 0-shō 〜 akuma no game 〜 Okazaki Aiko NTV
Danzetsu Kudo Aiko TV Asahi
2010 853 Keiji kamo Shinnosuke Hikawa Yui TV Asahi episode 5
Indigo no yoru Kinoshita Arisa Tokai TV episode 11-12
Okashina keiji 6 - Saturday Wide Theat Watanabe Akira TV Asahi
Zettai Reido: Mikaiketsu Jiken Tokumei Sōsa Sakota Mai Fuji TV episode 1
Natsu no koi wa nijiiro ni kagayaku Nozaki Kana Fuji TV
2011 Misaki Number One! Rina Fuji TV
Sain Miyauchi Yuka MBS
Short piece "Kuzu" Okazaki Aiko Fuji TV
Shin Keishichō Sōsaikka 9 kakari Kurahashi Rio TV Asahi season 3 episode 9
Mitehaikenai TV Motto Anata no Shiranai Sekai Wasurerareta yakusoku Shuen Hitomi BS NTV
Himitsu chōhō-in Erika Shiraishi Risa Yomiuri TV episode 9
2012 Toranaide Kudasai!! Gravure Idol Ura Monogatari Komatsu Ayaka TV Tokyo
Kagi no kakatta heya Saito Misato Fuji TV episode 5
Tsuri keiji 3 - Monday Golden Aoyama Miki TBS
Odoru Daisōsasen The Last TV Salaryman keiji to saigo no nanjiken policewoman TV Asahi
Suiyō Mystery 9 Morimura Seiichi Suspense keiji no shōmei 4 Tokioka Mami TV Tokyo
Kodoku no Gurume lonely cake shop clerk TV Tokyo season 2 episode 6
Tokumei tantei Hattori Yayoi TV Asahi episode 6
2013 Shūden baibai Kinoshita Kozue TBS episode 4
Ishikawa-kun Kinoshita Arisa NHK/NHKE
Apoyan 〜 Hashiru Kokusai Kūkō Ishī TBS episode 5
Last Cinderella Rie Fuji TV

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Bayside Shakedown 2 high school girl
2004 A Perfect Day for Love Letters Miyashita Chiyuki
2006 Drift / Drift 2 Ichiro Mina
Masutā Obu sandā kessen!! Fū ma Ryūko Den Kaori
2007 Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru Kusunoki Yuka
2008 The Devotion of Suspect X Hirahara Yōko
2009 Eto Shibushige voice
Kansen Rettō Kashimura Kyōko
MW- Mu Okazaki Aiko
Killer Virgin Road Ayaka
2010 Neck Kaori
2012 Ramo Trip Kohitsuji Dolly Higo Ayumi
Bokura ga ita zenpen/ Kōhen Yamamoto Nana
Odoru Daisōsasen: The Final - Aratanaru Kibō Policewoman
Musashino-sen no Shimai Munakata Shizuru
2013 Neon cho Yoshida Sakurako starring
Talk to the Dead Yuri starring
Miss Zombie Shuen Shara

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Unlucky Days Miki starring
2008 Every Little Thing
Nemurenu yoru no honky-tonk blues kanketsu-hen: Host sanjō Mutsumi
2009 Kagotsurube O ichi
Light flight: kaeritai yatsura
2010 Nemurenu yoru no 1 × 8 Requiem: Naked Police Academy Mimura Momoko
2011 Line Kitano Bi kan
2012 Ningyohime Ningyohime
2013 Miagereba ano Ni-Tsu to onaji sora Takabe Sayuri

Publications[edit]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  1. 2003: C'est la vie 〜 Watashi no naka no koi suru bubun
  2. 2003: Katagoshi ni kinboshi
  3. 2004: Romance
  4. 2004: Kiss!2 Bang!2
  5. 2004: Sayonara ~ Sweet Days
  6. 2008: Happy time, Happy life

Albums[edit]

  • 2003: I'll Be Here (under title Aino Minako)

Other Albums as Aino Minako[edit]

  • Kirari ☆ Sailor Dream! C / w C'est la vie (11, 2003, Columbia Music Entertainment)
  • (February 2004, same as above) Sailor Moon DJ Moon
  • (February 2004, same as above) pack Sailor Moon Koro-chan
  • (March 2004, same as above) Sailor Moon Character Song Sailor Venus Minako Aino
  • (May 2004, same as above) pack Sailor Moon 2 Koro-chan
  • (May 2004, same as above) Sailor Moon DJ Moon 2
  • (June 2004, same as above) Sailor Moon Dear My Friend
  • (July 2004, same as above) Sailor Moon DJ Moon 3
  • (July 2004, same as above) pack Sailor Moon 3 Koro-chan
  • Three pieces, including a mini-album (September 2004, same as above) Sailor Moon Moon Light Real Girl of Aino Minako
  • Sailor Moon Song Collection (November 2004, same as above)

Idol DVDs[edit]

  • 2004: Figure A Nittelegenic 2004 Komatsu Ayaka
  • 2005: Megami no Chu! Nittelegenic 2004 Komatsu Ayaka
  • 2005: Masaka… Komatsu Ayaka
  • 2007: Sho o Suteyo, Mizugi ni Naro!
  • 2007: Dream Note
  • 2007: Happy ending: Dream Note II
  • 2009: Ayaka×Komatsu Ayaka
  • 2011: Ayakafuru
  • 2012: Hawaaaaaaaaaaii

Idol photobooks[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://web.archive.org/20040927000756/http://www.hakusensha.co.jp:80/in_candy/top.html. Archived from the original on September 27, 2004.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
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  3. ^ "?". Archived from the original on June 17, 2008. 
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