|Native name||椿姫 彩菜|
15 July 1984 |
|Occupation||TV personality and model|
Tsubaki entered Aoyama Gakuin University as a male, but left in the second year to work at a transsexual bar in Kabukichō, Tokyo. In July 2006, she underwent sex reassignment surgery in Phuket, Thailand, and in December 2006, officially changed her registered gender from male to female in the koseki family registry. She resumed studies at Aoyama Gakuin University from April 2007. She also works as a fashion model for the Koakuma Ageha girls' fashion magazine.
- Sunday Japon (サンデージャポン?) (Tokyo Broadcasting System)
- Shukatsu no Musume (就活のムスメ?) (TV Asahi, 2009)
- Watashi, danshikō shusshin desu (わたし、男子校出身です?, I Went to a Boys' School) (June 2008)
- C'est ma vie, photo book (October 2008) 
- Tsubaki izen (椿姫以前, Before Tsubaki) (January 2009)
- ニューハーフ現役女子大生モデル・椿姫彩菜、赤裸々に「性」を語る [Transsexual student model Ayana Tsubaki talks frankly about "sex"]. Sports Hochi (in Japanese). Japan: The Hochi Shimbun. 14 July 2008. Archived from the original on 10 December 2008. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- Fujimoto, Taro (31 August 2008). "Transsexual celebrity Ayana Tsubaki introduces Coppola's new film". Japan Today. Japan: GPlusMedia Co., Ltd. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- 現役女子大生ニューハーフモデル、椿姫彩菜の初エッセイがドラマ化 [Student transsexual model Ayana Tsubaki sees first essay turned into drama]. Livedoor News (in Japanese). Japan: Line Corporation. 18 June 2008. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- 椿姫彩菜が“就活”ドラマで女優デビュー [Ayana Tsubaki debuts as actress in "Shukatsu" drama]. Oricon Style (in Japanese). Japan: Oricon ME Inc. 23 March 2009. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- "C'est ma vie" photo book on CDJapan Archived 21 February 2009 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 14 February 2009.
- 椿姫以前 on Amazon.com Retrieved on 14 February 2009. (in Japanese)