Kanon Suzuki

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Kanon Suzuki
Native name 鈴木 香音
Also known as Zukki (ズッキ?)[1]
Born (1998-08-05) August 5, 1998 (age 18)
Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Genres J-pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2011–2016
Labels Zetima
Associated acts
Website helloproject.com/morningmusume

Kanon Suzuki (Japanese: 鈴木 香音 Hepburn: Suzuki Kanon?, born August 5, 1998, Aichi Prefecture) is a former idol and singer. She is a former ninth-generation member of the Japanese girl idol group Morning Musume.

Early life[edit]

Suzuki Kanon was born on August 5, 1998 in the Mikawa Province area in Aichi, Japan.


On January 2, at the first Hello! Project 2011 Winter ~Kangei Shinsen Matsuri~ A gana Live concert, Tsunku announced Suzuki as one of the new members of Morning Musume's 9th generation alongside Ikuta Erina, Sayashi Riho, and Hello Pro Kenshuusei member Fukumura Mizuki. That same day, Suzuki made her concert debut. In April, Suzuki debuted in the Morning Musume single "Maji Desu ka Ska!". Suzuki starred in a stage play titled Reborn ~Inochi no Audition~ along with Niigaki Risa, Tanaka Reina, the other 9th Generation members, and Kudo Haruka in 2011. On April 18, 2012, it was announcced that Tanaka Reina and Morning Musume's 9th & 10th Generation members would star in a new stage play titled Stacey’s Shoujo Saisatsu Kageki. The musical ran from June 6–12. On May 13, information was released about an event for the 9th and 10th generation members of Morning Musume as well as S/mileage’s 2nd generation members, titled Mosuma FC Event ~Gachi☆Kira~, that was set to take place on June 15, 18, and 20th at Yokohama Blitz. In 2014, Suzuki began appearing solo in various variety TV/game shows: she appeared on Quiz 30 ~Sanketsu Seyo~ on April 27 (alongside Tsugunaga Momoko) and May 18 (alongside Michishige Sayumi and Ikuta Erina), VS. Arashi on July 3 as a part of Team Pocchari (Team Chubby), Tsutaete Pikacchi on September 6 and DownTown (with Sayashi Riho) in September. On August 5, Suzuki had her 16th birthday event, titled Morning Musume '14 ~Suzuki Kanon Birthday Event 2014~. The event featured one performance at Yamano Hall in Tokyo, Japan. On October 27, during Kon'ya mo Usa-chan Peace, it was announced that Suzuki will have her own radio show, later titled Itsudemo! Kannon Smile, on CBC Radio starting on December 2, replacing Michishige Sayumi's radio show. On February 7, 2016, Suzuki announced she would be graduating from Morning Musume '16 at the end of May.

Hello! Project groups and units[edit]



Morning Musume
Hello! Project Mobekimasu


Solo DVDs[edit]

  • Greeting: Suzuki Kanon (Greeting ~鈴木 香音~?)[2]

TV dramas[edit]


  • Reborn: Inochi no Audition (リボーン~命のオーディション~?) (October 8–17, 2011, Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo)
  • Stacy's Shoujo Saisatsu Kageki (ステーシーズ 少女再殺歌劇?) (2012)
  • Idol Nihonryuu ~Onna Nichibu~ (アイドル日本流~おんな日舞~?) (2012)

TV shows[edit]

  • Bijo Gaku (美女学?) (2011)
  • Hello Pro! Time (ハロプロ!TIME?) (September 2011 — 2012)

Internet shows[edit]

  • UstreaMusume (ユーストリー娘。?) (April 2011 — present)


  • Hello! Channel Vol. 5 handshake event to celebrate the release of the magazine-book series (August 19, 2011)[3]


  1. ^ "Sayumi Michishige's official blog" (in Japanese). 2011-01-04. Retrieved 2011-09-30. 
  2. ^ "鈴木香音DVD「Greeting ~鈴木 香音~」受注販売締切り間近!" (in Japanese). Up-Front DC Co., Ltd. 2011-06-17. Retrieved 2011-09-30. 
  3. ^ ハロプロメンバー、"卒業まで1ヵ月"高橋愛への尊敬の気持ち語る. De View, Oricon (in Japanese). Oricon Inc. 2011-08-20. Retrieved 2011-09-30. 

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