Saki Nakajima (singer)

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Saki Nakajima
中島 早貴
Saki Nakajima at Japan Expo 2014.jpg
Saki Nakajima at Japan Expo 2014
Born (1994-02-05) February 5, 1994 (age 23)
Other names Nakky, Nacky, Nakasaki, nksk
Musical career
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2002–present
Associated acts
Website Hello!

Saki Nakajima (中島 早貴?, Nakajima Saki, born February 5, 1994 in Saitama, Japan) is a member of Cute, a Japanese pop group within Hello! Project.


Nakajima first joined Hello! Project in 2002 as one of the fifteen children chosen from the Hello! Project Kids auditions after performing "Dekkai Uchuu ni Ai ga Aru" by Morning Musume.

In 2004 Berryz Kobo was formed, with the intention of rotating the kids throughout the unit. Nakajima didn't make the original pick, and the idea was eventually dropped. The remaining kids ending up forming Cute in 2005. The group didn't make its official debut until late in 2006, with their first official single released in February 2007.

Nakajima is also a member of Gatas Brilhantes H.P., the Hello! Project futsal (indoor soccer) team.

In October 2007, Nakajima was placed in the unit Athena & Robikerottsu along with fellow Cute member Chisato Okai, as well as Risa Niigaki and Aika Mitsui of Morning Musume.

In 2009 she was chosen along with fellow Hello! Project Kids members Yurina Kumai and Risako Sugaya as well and Aika Mitsui from Morning Musume to be in a newly formed group Guardians 4 formed to sing the openings to the anime Shugo Chara!. And She was also recently chosen to be in Hello Project subgroup PetitmoniV as the 5th-generation 3 members, along with Mai Hagiwara (Cute) and Erina Mano (solo singer).

During the Cute Concert Tour 2010 Summer-Fall: Dance Special!! "Chou Uranaito!!", Nakajima injured her leg and was forced to sit out the next concert.[1][2]

Hello! Project groups and units[edit]

Satoyama and Satoumi movements[edit]


For Saki Nakajima's releases with Cute, see Cute discography.

Solo DVDs[edit]

No. Title Release date Chart
1 Saki Style February 27, 2013 73 Zetima



  • Koinu Dan no Monogatari ("The Story of Puppy Dan") (December 2002) as Chiyori Hoshino
  • Gekijōban Hontō ni Atta Kowai Hanashi 3D (劇場版ほんとうにあった怖い話3D?) (2010)
  • Ōsama Game (王様ゲーム?) (December 17, 2011) as Kana Ueda
  • Zomvideo (ゾンビデオ?) (2012)

TV dramas[edit]

  • Sūgaku Joshi Gakuen (Ep. 8, February 29, 2012; Ep. 12, March 27, 2012) as Satoko Komaba, the leader of the honor students group

TV shows[edit]

  • Hello! Morning (ハロー! モーニング?) (2002–2007)
  • °C-ute Has Come (Ep. 5, January 6, 2007; Ep. 6, January 20, 2007)
  • Haromoni@ (ハロモニ@?) (2007–2008)
  • Berikyū! (ベリキュー!?) (2008)
  • Yorosen! (よろセン!?) (2008–2009)
  • Aimai na! (あいまいナ!?) (2010–2011)
  • Bijo Gaku (美女学?) (2010–2011)
  • Bowling Revolution P-League (February 6, 2011 —)
  • Hello Pro! Time (ハロプロ!TIME?) (2011–2012)
  • Hello! Satoyama Life (ハロー!SATOYAMAライフ?) (2012–2013)

Radio programs[edit]


  • Hello! Pro Video Chat (Ep. 22, August 18, 2005)
  • Hello! Pro Hour (Ep. 5, April 28, 2006)

Theater plays[edit]

  • Romantic ni Yoroshiku (ロマンチックにヨロシク?) (2009)
  • Fashionable (ファッショナブル?) (2010)
  • 1974 (Ikunayo) (1974(イクナヨ)?) (2011)
  • Stronger (ストロンガー?) (2012)
  • Junkers Come Here (ユンカース・カム・ヒア?) (2012)
  • Cat's Eye (キャッツ♥アイ?) (2012)
  • Sakura no Hanataba (さくらの花束?) as Kanoko Asakura (朝倉かのこ?) (2013)

Solo bibliography[edit]


Digital photobooks[edit]

  • Alo-Hello C-ute (Nakky Version) (アロハロ!℃-ute?) (September 28, 2010)
  • Cutest (Nakky Version) (February 21, 2012)
  • W Saki -Black- Vol. 1 (July 1, 2012)
  • W Saki -White- Vol. 1 (July 12, 2012)
  • W Saki -Black- Vol. 2 (July 24, 2012)
  • W Saki -White- Vol. 2 (July 27, 2012)
  • Alo-Hello! C-ute 2012 (Nakky Version) (アロハロ!℃-ute 2012?) (October 22, 2012)


  • Weekly Famitsu Taiwan Vol. 446 (August 2, 2013)


  1. ^ コンサート/座間 (in Japanese). Official blog. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  2. ^ ごめんなさい。 (in Japanese). Official blog. Retrieved 2010-11-08. 
  3. ^ "中島早貴のDVDランキング │オリコン芸能人事典-ORICON STYLE" (in Japanese). Oricon Inc. Retrieved 2014-04-29. 
  4. ^ "『中島早貴のキュートな時間』(Japanese language) program official blog". 2012-06-16. 

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