Satomi Fukunaga

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Satomi Fukunaga (福永恵規, Fukunaga Satomi, born January 26, 1967 in Tokyo, Japan), is a former japanese idol, singer and actress. She made her debut in 1985 as a member of Jpop female band Onyanko Club, which she left one year later to start a solo career. In 1986, she was featured in the TV series Sukeban Deka III as Leia, a reference to the Leia character in Star Wars, after having played herself as an Onyanko Club member in the previous series Sukeban Deka II. She retired shortly after the making of the movie, citing health reasons. In her short career she made two albums and four singles. One of her singles was the theme song for Sukeban Deka III and another was the theme for the cult anime show Project A-ko 2.



Year Title Details Peak chart
position (Oricon)
1986 "Kaze no Invitation" (風のInvitation?)
  • Release date: May 21, 1986
  • B-side: "Nagisa no U-turn" (渚のUターン?)
"Heart no Ignition" (ハートのIgnition?)
  • Release date: October 1, 1986
  • Theme song for Sukeban Deka III
  • B-side: "Ame no Bara" (雨のバラ?)
1987 "Boku-tachi no RUNAWAY" (僕達のRUNAWAY?)
  • Release date: January 28, 1987
  • B-side: "March"
"Kokoro mo JUMP Shite! Natsu no Intro" (心もJUMPして! 夏のイントロ?)
  • Release date: April 24, 1987
  • Theme song for Project A-ko 2
  • B-side: "Hoshi no ROMANCE" (星のROMANCE?)


Studio albums[edit]

  • SPLASH (1986)
  • SAMBO (1987)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Fukunaga Satomi Best (福永恵規 ベスト?) (1987)
  • My Kore! (Myこれ!?) series
    • My Kore! Ction: Fukunaga Satomi BEST (Myこれ!クション 福永恵規BEST?) (2002)
    • My Kore! Lite: Fukunaga Satomi (Myこれ!Lite 福永恵規?) (2010)

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