Yuya Takaki

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Yuya Takaki
Native name 高木 雄也
Born (1990-03-26) March 26, 1990 (age 27)
Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan
Origin Osaka Prefecture, Japan
Genres Japanese Pop, R&B, Electropop, Dance-pop, Electronic, Hip hop, Dance, Electronic dance
Occupation(s) Idol, Singer, Tarento, Dancer, Actor, Songwriter, Model
Instruments Vocals
Years active June 12, 2004 - present
Labels Johnny & Associates, J Storm
Associated acts Hey! Say! JUMP, Hey! Say! 7 (temporary group), Hey! Say! BEST, J.J. Express

Yuya Takaki (高木 雄也, Takaki, Yuya, born March 26, 1990) is a Japanese idol, songwriter, actor, dancer and member of Hey! Say! JUMP. He is currently under the management of Johnny & Associates. He was born in Ibaraki, Osaka and resides in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area.[1]

Career[edit]

On June 12, 2004, he entered Johnny & Associates as a Johnny's Jr. He became a member of J.J Express.

On April 3 of 2007, he began activities with Hey! Say! 7, with fellow Hey! Say! JUMP members, Daiki Arioka, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen, starting with a public performance at a KAT-TUN spring concert tour.

On September 21, 2007, he became a member of Hey! Say! JUMP.

In 2008 he starred in the hit live action drama, Gokusen 3,[2] for which he recorded the song Oretachi no Seishun which was released with Hey! Say! JUMP's third single, Dreams Come True.

Discography[edit]

Solo Songs[edit]

  • "Oretachi no Seishun" (Gokusen 3 insert song) (2008)
  • "Kumo no Ito"
  • "Michishirube"
  • "Time" (Lyrics written by Yuya; Arranged by Daiki Arioka)

Concerts[edit]

For Hey! Say! JUMP or Hey! Say! BEST-related concerts, please see Hey! Say! JUMP.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Gokusen: The Movie (2009) as Yamato Ogata
  • Shiritsu Bakaleya Koko (2012) as Shohei Tatsunami

Drama[edit]

  • Shabake (2007) as Eikichi
  • Shabake Season 2 (2008) as Eikichi
  • Gokusen 3 SP (2008) as Yamato Ogata
  • Gokusen 3 (2008) as Yamato Ogata
  • Shiritsu Bakaleya Koukou (2012) as Shohei Tatsunami
  • Dr. DMAT (2014) as Kenji Komatsu
  • HAMU (2014) as Nanbu Hirotsugo
  • Suikyu Yankees (2014) as Torao Kitajima
  • Koshoku Robot (2017) as Mujaki[3]

Variety Shows[edit]

  • Ya-Ya-yah
  • Hyakushiki
  • Shounen Club
  • Yan Yan JUMP
  • Itadaki High JUMP

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yuya Takaki's Profile" (in Japanese). Retrieved November 2, 2016. 
  2. ^ "More "Gokusen" cast details". Tokyograph. 25 December 2008. Retrieved 28 August 2011. 
  3. ^ "孤食ロボットキャスト・スタッフ". Retrieved Jul 4, 2017. 

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