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Otsuka Aina
(おお)(つか) (あい)()
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Otsuka Aina, December 2014
Background Information
Also Known As Tsukapon (つかぽん?)
Born April 3, 1998 (1998-04-03) (age 18)
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Blood Type O
Zodiac Sign Aries Aries
Height 153cm
Genres J-Pop
Occupation Idol, singer, actress, model
Years Active 2011–present
Agency UP-FRONT AGENCY (2011-2012)
UP-FRONT PROMOTION (2012-2013)
Label Up-Front Works
Associated Acts Juice=Juice, Hello Pro Kenshuusei
Blog Official Ameba Blog
Twitter 12px-Twitter_bird_logo_2012.svg.jpg @aina_otsuka43
Juice=Juice Information
Generation 1st Generation
Member Color       Orange
Left July 5, 2013

Otsuka Aina (大塚愛菜) is a Japanese pop singer who was signed to Hello! Project. She is a former member of Juice=Juice and Hello Pro Kenshuusei. She was first introduced as a trainee at a fanclub event in June 2011 alongside 2 other girls.

It was announced on July 5, 2013 that she had withdrawn from both Hello Pro Kenshuusei and Juice=Juice, subsequently leaving Hello! Project.

BiographyEdit

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Otsuka Aina, August 2014

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Otsuka Aina, June 2013

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Otsuka Aina, May 2013

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Otsuka Aina, March 2013

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Otsuka Aina, February 2013

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Otsuka Aina, January 2013

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Otsuka Aina, December 2012

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Otsuka Aina, October 2012 (Kanojo ni Naritaii!!!)

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Otsuka Aina, September 2012

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Auditioning for Morning Musume's 9th generation, 2010

Early LifeEdit

Otsuka Aina was born on April 3, 1998 in Tokyo, Japan to a couple whose names are undisclosed.

2010Edit

In 2010, Morning Musume's ninth generation auditions were being held, and Otsuka auditioned. She sang "EVERYDAY Zekkouchou!" by ℃-ute, and managed to become a finalist in the auditions; however, she was not chosen to enter Morning Musume.

2011Edit

In late 2011, as Morning Musume's tenth generation auditions were occuring, it was revealed that Otsuka would be joining Hello Pro Egg alongside Ogawa Rena and Mogi Minami.

She made her debut as a Hello Pro Egg member on September 11, 2011 at the Hello Pro Egg 2011 Happyoukai ~September no Nama Tamago Show!~ concert.

2012Edit

In summer 2012, while practicing for a S/mileage concert, Otsuka injured her ankle and was unable to participate as a back dancer.

In September 2012, Hello Pro Kenshuusei announced their first single, Kanojo ni Naritai!!!, and Otsuka was one of the chosen Kenshuusei to sing in the song alongside Miyamoto Karin, Tanabe Nanami, Taguchi Natsumi and Hamaura Ayano.

2013Edit

On February 3, during the Bravo! concert in Fukuoka, it was announced that Otsuka would be debuting in a new unit called Juice=Juice, alongside Miyamoto Karin, Kanazawa Tomoko, Miyazaki Yuka, Takagi Sayuki and Uemura Akari.[1]

On June 8, it was announced that Otsuka had suffered a hip/lower back injury before the Hello Pro Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2013 ~6gatsu no Nama Tamago Show!~, afterwards she went to the doctors and was diagnosed with muscle strain/contusion on her left hip, because of this injury she was unable to sing and dance in an event on June 9. 

On June 13, Otsuka participated in an Ikebukuro Sunshine city event, due to her hip injury she remained off stage for most of the event. Towards the end of the event, Otsuka appeared on stage and Tsunku announced Juice=Juice's major debut, while the other Juice=Juice members cheered and cried, Otsuka stood still with no reaction to the news. This was her last event as a member of Juice=Juice.

On July 5, it was announced that Otsuka withdrew from both Hello Pro Kenshuusei and Juice=Juice due to issues with her contract and family.[2]

Message from UP-FRONT PROMOTION
"We truly thank you for all your support for Juice=Juice.

We had repeatedly entered negotiations with Otsuka Aina herself and her family regarding her contract but, unfortunately we could not reach an agreement for the terms of the contract, and with the refusal of the contract by her family, as of July 5th, Otsuka Aina has been withdrawn from Juice=Juice as well as Hello Pro Kenshuusei.

Here after Juice=Juice will continue activities with 5 members.

To all the fans, in addition to your understanding, we ask that you please continue your support."

Otsuka's message (via blog)
"Good evening.

Some of you probably already know…

As the official announcement says, I am leaving Juice=Juice and Hello Pro Kenshuusei today.

I am so sorry that I couldn’t say a proper good-bye.

Everybody who cheered for us until this day…

Thank you so much!

Well then… bye-cha-ko. (*´ `*)"

Because of the withdrawal, Otsuka didn't receive a graduation ceremony. 

Following her departure, the Hello! Project Store was forced to stop selling items with images of Otsuka, including Juice=Juice group items. Her profile was eventually removed a few days later.

2014Edit

On April 20, Otsuka performed at the Shisui Deux cafe.

On April 22, Otsuka started her official Ameba blog, she mentioned in her first post that she wants to sing again, and would do her best from this point on, proceeding step-by-step. Girls News posted an article saying that Otsuka will be resuming public life.

On May 15, Otsuka participated in the "Tsubasa Fly presents "START IN MY DREAM" vol. 7" live event at Shibuya BURROW. She sang two songs for the event: "Shiroi Kite" and "Over Drive". On June 13, Otsuka participated in the "FOUR OF A KIND Vol. 1" live event at Shinjuku MARZ. She sang three songs for the event: "Shiroi Kite", "Over Drive", and "Glamorous Sky". On June 18, Otsuka participated in the "-Alcohol Night-"  live event at Shibuya RICK. She sang three songs for the event: "Shiroi Kite", "Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta Nara", and "Akai Sweet Pea".

On July 5, Otsuka held her first solo event, titled "Otsuka Aina, Otsuka de Utau ♪", at the Shisui Deux café.

On July 27, Otsuka participated in the "FULL HOUSE" live event at Shinjuku MARZ.

On August 6, Otsuka will participate in the "younA presents HaaaaaaMuuuuuu!!Vol.2 Supported.by Alcohol Special!!" live event at the J-pop Cafe.[3][4]

2015 Edit

On April 3, she held a birthday event at Shibuya Star Lounge.

On November 15, Otsuka announced she would be releasing her first indie singles called "Dreamer", which is an original song she first performed on March 15.[5] The single will be released on November 29.[6]

2016 Edit

On November 6, Otsuka blogged that she was still supporting Juice=Juice from the shadows and wishes she could attend their Budokan concert. She, however, had her own event that evening. [7]

On November 8, Otsuka visited Budokan for Up Up Girls (Kari)'s concert. [8]

Personal LifeEdit

When Otsuka debuted as a member of Juice=Juice in February 2013, she was a second year middle school student.

Otsuka's given name, "Aina", means love (愛; ai) combined with vegetables (菜; na). It's a feminine Japanese given name and surname.

Here is a list of nicknames that was used to refer to Otsuka Aina:

  • Tsukapon (つかぽん): Official nickname, given to her since joining Hello Pro Egg.

ProfileEdit

DiscographyEdit

See Also: List:Otsuka Aina Discography Featured In

Singles Edit

Indies Singles

  • [2015.11.29] Dreamer

Unreleased Original Songs Edit

  • [2014] Makenai mon ~Kick off~
  • [2014] Orange Juice
  • [2015] Anata e

WorksEdit

InternetEdit

MagazinesEdit

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Music VideosEdit

  • [2014] Ichijiku (イチヂク) - Jitsumami Shojo (自撮少女)

TheaterEdit

  • [2014.12.17~21] Seven Friends Seven Minutes

TriviaEdit

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External LinksEdit

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