Sayaka Minami

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Sayaka Minami
Native name 南 さやか
Also known as Aco Tojo
Born (1983-12-24) December 24, 1983 (age 33)
Origin Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2004–2008, 2010–present
Associated acts

Sayaka Minami (南 さやか, Minami Sayaka?, born December 24, 1983) is a Japanese pop singer. She is member of the J-pop girl group BeForU.


Early life[edit]

Minami was born in Yamanashi Prefecture on December 24, 1983.


Combined with Miharu Arisawa and Risa Sotohana, two other members of BeForU, the trio is commonly called BeForU Next. Minami released the song "Under The Sky" with PlatoniX.[when?] The song was included in Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova and Beatmania IIDX 12: Happy Sky. She left BeForU in 2008, and now goes under the name Aco Tojo (東條 あこ, Tōjō Ako?).[1]


  1. ^ "東條オフィシアルブログ 「あこたんち」". Retrieved 2010-02-09. 

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