Remi Hirano

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Remi Hirano
Native name
平野 レミ
Born (1947-03-21) March 21, 1947 (age 72)
Taitō, Tokyo, Japan
NationalityJapanese
Other namesRemi Wada (married name)
Education
OccupationChef, TV personality, chanson singer
Home townJapan
Spouse(s)
Makoto Wada (m. 1972)
Relatives
  • Imao Hirano (father)
  • Henry Pike Bowie (grandfather)
  • Sho Wada (eldest son)
  • Juri Ueno (eldest daughter)
  • Asuka Wada (second daughter)
Websiteremy.jp

Remi Hirano (平野 レミ, Hirano Remi, born March 21, 1947, in Taitō, Tokyo, Japan)[2] is a Japanese chef, TV personality, and chanson singer. Her father is French writer Imao Hirano. Her husband is illustrator Makoto Wada.[3] Her eldest son is Sho Wada, member of the band Triceratops, and whose wife is the actress Juri Ueno.[4] The wife of her second son is chef and model Asuka Wada.[citation needed] Her grandfather is Japanese art historian and jurist Henry Pike Bowie.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

TV appearances[edit]

Year Title Network Notes
1970 Neru ni wa Hayai Don to Ike NTV
1972 Kankonsōsai-ya TV Asahi Episode 2
1989 Yuri Osawa no YūYū Wide TBS Radio
Matthew's Best Hit TV TV Asahi
Hadaka no Shōnen TV Asahi
Kyō no Ryōri NHK E TV
Asadesu KBC
2015 Jushin Ryō no Hitobito NHK G TV, NHK E TV, NHK BS1, NHK BS Premium [5]

Commercials[edit]

Title Notes
Kobayashi Pharmaceutical "Ara Colon"
JUSCO
Shiseido Actea Heart
Nagatanien "Buta Kimchi Harusame no Moto 'Moyashi Dake de'", "Osuimono"
Morinaga & Company "Remi Hirano to DJ Koo no 'Ryōri wa Imagination!'" [6]
Kelloggs "Remi Hirano no Kami Waza! 1-bu Cooking? Bussashi Gurachii" [7]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Notes
1970 "Yūwaku no Bayon"
1971 "Chot to ki ni Naru Lock"
1972 "Ashita no Tabi"
"Gon! Gon!"

Albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
1988 Kika Sete yo: Chanson do Remi
2006 Watashi no Tabi

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
1976 Ame Mori Tera no Oshō-san

Bibliography[edit]

Year Title Notes
1977 Do Remi no Komori Uta
1986 Remi Hirano Ryōri Taikai
1992 Remi Hirano Ryōri Parade
1995 Remi Hirano no Apron Techō
1996 Remi Hirano no Umai Mono Kyōshitsu
1997 Egao ga Gochisō
1998 Remi Hirano no Tsukutte Shiawase Tabete Shiawase
1999 Remi Hirano no Gochisō Recipe
Remi Hirano Genkijirushi no Okazu-ya-san
2000 Remi Hirano Ikken gōka-fū
Remi Hirano no Nantettatte, Uchi no Gohan ga Ichiban!
2015 Remi Hirano no Shiawase Recipe [8]
Remi and Asuka Hirano no "Yomeshūto Gohan Monogatari" [9]
2016 Remi Hirano no shin 140-ji Recipe
Watashi no Wadashi [10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hirano, Remi (1973). "Ai no Aurora". Hokuō-sha.
  2. ^ "平野 レミ" (in Japanese). Talent Databank. Retrieved 26 May 2016.
  3. ^ Hirano, Remi (1984). "Remi-chan no Koto". Do Remi no Uta. Chūkō Bunko. p. 215.
  4. ^ "上野樹里&トライセラ和田唱が結婚「二人にとって、とても自然なことでした」" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 26 May 2016.
  5. ^ "ミニドラマ仕立てでNHK受信料制度をPR 黒島結菜らが出演" (in Japanese). Oricon. 25 Aug 2016. Retrieved 26 May 2016.
  6. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-05-26. Retrieved 2016-05-26.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-04-22. Retrieved 2016-05-26.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ https://remy.jp/products/shiawase-recipe.html
  9. ^ https://remy.jp/products/yome-shutome.html
  10. ^ https://remy.jp/products/wadashi_book.html

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