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Tsuji Nozomi
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General Information

Also known as

Nono, Tsuji-chan, Non, Nontsuan, Sugiura Nozomi (杉浦希美)

Born

June 17, 1987 (1987-06-17) (age 27)

Origin

Tokyo, Japan

Genre

Japanese Pop

Occupation

Singer

Years active

2000 - present
Blog Hiatus
(April 9, 2011-April 12, 2011)
(May 20, 2011-May 24, 2011)

Label

Zetima

Associated Acts

W, Morning Musume, Minimoni, Morning Musume Otome Gumi, 10-nin Matsuri, Odoru 11, 11WATER, H.P. All Stars, Gyaruru, Dream Morning Musume

Website

Hello! Project.com

Family

1 Daughter (Sugiura Noa (杉浦希空)), 2 Sons (Sugiura Seia (杉浦青空) and Sugiura Sora (杉浦昊空)), Husband (Sugiura Taiyo (杉浦太陽))

Tsuji Nozomi (辻希美 , born June 17, 1987 in Tokyo, Japan, Legal Name: Sugiura Nozomi (杉浦希美)), is a Japanese pop singer formerly under Hello! Project, having since graduated from the label along with the rest of the Elder Club. Before her graduation Tsuji Nozomi had been a soloist in Hello! Project, having been the leader of the duo W along with fellow fourth generation member Kago Ai, one of the founding members of Morning Musume sub-group Minimoni and a participant in the shuffle units 10-nin Matsuri, Odoru 11, 11WATER and H.P. All Stars. She was also a member of the Morning Musume splinter group, Morning Musume Otome Gumi. She joined Hello! Project in 2000 as one of the four girls chosen to be the fourth generation of Morning Musume. She's a part of Dream Morning Musume.

BiographyEdit

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Tsuji Nozomi, October 2011

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Tsuji Nozomi with S/mileage, 2010

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Tsuji Nozomi, January 2010

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Tsuji Nozomi in H!P Winter Concert February, 2009

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Tsuji Nozomi with 'Baby&Ribbon' clothes

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Tsuji Nozomi and Sugiura Taiyo getting married, 2007

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Tsuji Nozomi, 2006

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Tsuji Nozomi as a member of Gatas Brilhantes H.P.

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Tsuji Nozomi, May 2000

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Tsuji Nozomi during auditions, 2000

2000Edit

Tsuji auditioned for the Morning Musume while it was holding its fourth generation auditions. Originally, the group's producer Tsunku had intended to select only three auditionees to be accepted into Morning Musume's fourth generation. Tsuji lost out to Ishikawa Rika, Yoshizawa Hitomi and Kago Ai, but then Tsunku made a surprising move and added Tsuji to the new line-up, boosting the fourth generation up to four members. The fourth generation's debut single was Morning Musume's 9th single, "Happy Summer Wedding".

Tsuji and Kago met during the auditions and when they both found themselves in Morning Musume the two became fast friends. The two were the youngest members in Morning Musume at the time and as such took it upon themselves to become the hyperactive troublemakers of the group. Although at first both girls were shy about being on camera they soon warmed up to being recorded. Tsuji and Kago were accepted by Morning Musume's fans quickly and they ended up being dubbed "The Twins" due to their similair looks and personalities. The girls each developed a strong fanbase in time, although fans found it difficult to think of one without the other. As well as being known as "The Twins", Tsuji and Kago were also known as "Two Top" as on a television special they were both the least knowledgeable when given surprise pop quizzes on several grade school problems, Tsuji being the least knowledgeable and Kago being the second least knowledgeable.

The two retained their childish personalities for a number of years in the group but by 2003 they were no longer the group's youngest members and toned down their hyperactivity considerably. However, Tsuji and Kago continued their strong association with each other inside the group (and their friendship outside of it).

2001Edit

Along with Yaguchi Mari and Kago Ai, Tsuji approached Tsunku with a proposal of the formation of a new sub-group. The idea was that the group could only have members who were 1.5 m (4 ft 11 in) in height or shorter. It was to show that 'Small people could acieve Big things'. Mika Todd from Coconuts Musume was added before the group's debut and the group recieved their name, Minimoni. The group's debut single became a #1 hit.

Tsuji also participated in the 2001 shuffle unit, 10-nin Matsuri and competed against the other two units for sales, eventually losing out to 3nin Matsuri (which coincidentally contained Kago Ai in it's line-up).

2002Edit

In 2002, Tsuji participated in a drama alongside her fellow Morning Musume members titled "Angel Hearts". She also released a duo photobook with Kago Ai. Tsuji continued her career in Morning Musume during 2002 and into 2003 as well as Minimoni. She also participated in the 2002 Happiness Groups as a member of Odoru 11.

2003Edit

During 2003 she was the temporary world record holder in the Guinness World Records for spinning the largest Hula Hoop (12.5 m) for 30 seconds from January 2003 to June 2003. However, that record was broken in June 2003 by Paul "Dizzy Hips" Blair (USA), so she did not appear in the 2004 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Tsuji released her first solo photobook and continued with her duties in Morning Musume and Minimoni, remaining active in each. In a surprise move by Tsunku, Morning Musume was split into two halfs - Morning Musume Otome Gumi and Morning Musume Sakura Gumi - so that the large group could perform in smaller towns that could not hold the larger numbers the full ensemble needed. Tsuji was placed into Otome Gumi and released two single with the group before the groups merged together and formed Morning Musume once more. Tsuji was included in the 2003 Elemental Shuffle Groups as a member of 11WATER.

It was also in 2003 that Tsuji joined Gatas Brilhantes H.P. as the goal keeper for the futsal team.

2004Edit

2004 was a big year for Tsuji as her graduation from Morning Musume alongside Kago Ai was announced by Tsunku. This was due to the two girls going on to form a seperate group within Hello! Project, this being the duo W. On August 1, 2004, they officially graduated from Morning Musume but they had been active as W before their official graduation. Ending their duties in both Morning Musume and Minimoni (which was about to be disbanded due to the departure of Mika Todd), Tsuji and Kago would have been left at a complete loose end and so W was formed.

In January 2004, Tsuji and Kago simultaneously regained the title Tsuji had lost and held it until September 2005. W released an essay book in 2004 titled U+U=W. It was also in 2004 that Tsuji stated her rival in Hello! Project was Matsuura Aya when she was being interviewed. In December 2004, Tsuji and Kago as W joined their fellow Hello! Project members on the 2004 shuffle unit single "ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL!", credited to the H.P. All Stars.

2005Edit

As a part of Minimoni, in 2005 Tsuji took part in Minimoni's Brementown Musicians, a TV show containing three main story lines (these belonging to Tsuji, Kago Ai and Takahashi Ai with Mika Todd appearing in a few episodes). In 2005 W released their second album, "2nd W". Tsuji also joined the concert unit Hello! Project Shirogumi.

2006 Edit

W's activities slowed to a stop in 2006 due to Kago Ai's indefinite hiatus as punishment for her underage smoking. Tsuji took to appearing on television shows as a variety idol in this time. However Tsuji and Kago were kept apart and not allowed to communicate.

Tsuji released her second solo photobook in 2006, titled "Non no 19". This title is probably a play on words as "Non no 19" means "Non is 19". Non is one of Tsuji's popular nicknames, as is Nono. "Non no 19" could be a play on these two names.

2007Edit

Kago Ai returned after her punishment was over and began working at the offices of Up-Front Works, the agency behind Hello! Project while her comeback as a part of W was prepared. However Kago once again was caught in a scandal and her contract terminated. This led to W's disbandment and Tsuji was once again at a loose end.

On April 24, 2007, news about Tsuji's new unit was released. The unit, named Gyaruru, was supposed to be made up of Tsuji, Tokito Ami and Gal Sone. She also began her solo career with the release of her debut single, a cover of Morning Musume's "Koko ni Iruzee!".

2008Edit

Tsuji remained inactive for over a year and a half caring for her daughter before anything was heard of her as an artist. On June 19, Tsuji made an appearance at the Yuko Nakazawa Birthday Live 2008 event, handing a birthday cake to Nakazawa. Tsuji announced on her blog that at some point in 2008, she started to design baby clothes with Akachan Honpo. The brand was intended for girls and was named "Baby&Ribbon". Tsuji chose the name and drew the logo herself. However she decided that she wanted to expand the brand into providing clothing for not just babies but up to six years of age and for it to be a brand that provided for boys as well as girls. She renamed the brand "BOYS & Ribbon" with the Ribbon part representing the cuteness of girls and the BOYS part representing the vigor of young boys.

2009Edit

January 30, Tsuji opened an online blog called のんピース (Non Piece or Non Peace) on Ameba. The naming of Tsuji Nozomi's blog has caused some confusion when translated; it has either been translated as 'Non Piece' or 'Non Peace'. Some believe that the best romanization of Tsuji's blog is 'Non Piece', a pun on the anime One Piece which she is a fan of (it could also be Tsuji's piece of the internet).

She performed at the Hello! Project 2009 Winter Kettei! Haro☆Pro Award '09 ~Elder Club Sotsugyou Kinen Special~ concert on February 1, her first performance in one year and nine months.

On September 14th, it was announced that Nozomi would be involved in a commercial for - Zesupuri Kiwi, it was later seen that she would sing the theme for the commercial itself, and this would be released as a digital single. It is yet unknown if she plans to release more solo music.

Tsuji Nozomi started selling “relax wear” clothes that she designed at the official Ameba Blog celebrity shop.

Tsuji Nozomi released a book titled  “Tsuji no Ribbon Days”.

2010Edit

Tsuji Nozomi and her husband Sugiura Taiyo have announced on both of their blogs that Tsuji is expecting another baby. It was announced in Oricon Article that Tsuji will be having a boy (nicknamed "Mameta" by Noa).

Tsuji appeared in S/mileage's 3rd single called "Onaji Jikyuu de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama".

Tsuji Nozomi, has released her second cooking book, “Tsuji-chan no Umakawa Gohan 2” on September 17th, and she held the release event on the 21st.

On September 23, 2010, it was announced that Tsuji will be releasing her first album titled, "Minna Happy! Mama no Uta" on November 24, 2010.

On December 26, 2010, Tsuji gave birth to her second child at 1:32 PM, weighing 2.7 kg. His name is Seia, 青空 (せいあ), meaning "blue sky" because the weather was 'beautiful' the day he was born.

Tsuji had planned on joining the newly formed group "Dream Morning Musume", but due to her pregnancy she was put on maternity leave.

2011Edit

On April 9, Tsuji announced that she will be on blogging hiatus, because her son Seia had fallen ill and was in the hospital, A few days after this announcement, her son Seia recovered from his illness.

On September 13th, Tsuji posted on her blog about Kago Ai's suicide attempt. Tsuji wrote, “I heard about Aibon (Kago Ai) on the news, and I was very surprised. I am very, very worried. I pray from the bottom of my heart that she will recover quickly, and that we will see her cheerful smile as soon as possible."

On December 21st, Tsuji updated her blog with an entry blessing Kago Ai on her marriage and pregnancy. “Aibon (Kago), who is a good friend and a partner of mine, will be a housewife and a mama like me… I am truly happy for her. Really happy,” she commented. Tsuji's,husband, Sugiura Taiyo, shared some advice on pregnancy with Kago. “I am sure that right now is an important time for her, so I hope you do your best to take care of your body and be careful not push yourself too hard,” he said. “Aibon, Really and truly, congratulations.”

On December 24, Josei Seven reported that Tsuji Nozomi and her husband, Taiyo Suigura, were living seperately. According to the article, she "borrowed" an apartment far from her home. But, Tsuji's agency said that the couple weren't seperating.

2012Edit

On February 23, 2012, it was announced that Tsuji will make a guest appearence in Dream Morning Musume last live concert in Nippon Bukudan with Ishiguro Aya after 3 years.

On March 10th, Dream Morning Musume held their ‘First chapter final’ live concert titled “Dream Morning Musume Special LIVE 2012 Nippon Budokan~Dai 1 Shou Shuumaku ‘Yuusha tachi, Shuugou seyo’~” at Nippon Budokan. Current Morning Musume members, and OG members, Ishiguro Aya and Tsuji Nozomi made their guest appearance. Moreover, Goto Maki who has been on indefinite hiatus since the end of last year, also made a surprise appearance, showing a great performance. For this day’s live, a total of 24 former and current Morning Musume members got together on the stage.

On June 11, Tsuji voice acts for the first time in 2 years for “Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters” movie. Tsuji attended a launch conference for “Kamen Rider Fourze THE MOVIE Minna de Uchuu Kitaaa!” and “Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters THE MOVIE Tokyo Enetower wo Mamore!“. Tsuji provides the voice for the frog-like robot ‘Enetan’ in the “Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters” movie, her first voice acting role in nearly two years.

2013Edit

On March 21, at 4:25 PM, Tsuji gave birth to her third child, a baby boy named Sora.[1]

On September 24, Oricon reported that Tsuji has been hospitalized with aseptic meningitis. She has been hospitalized since September 22 and has stopped blogging (along with her husband, Sugiura Taiyo).

On October 1, she was transferred to UP-FRONT CREATE.

On November 14, Tsuji started a new produced brand of children's clothing called "Saruru".

Personal LifeEdit

Tsuji is the second and youngest child of two daughters in her family.

On May 8, 2007, multiple Japanese news sources announced that Tsuji was nine weeks pregnant, and engaged to actor Taiyō Sugiura (age 26), lead role of Ultraman Cosmos, whom she had been dating since Summer 2006, after the two were introduced to each other earlier in April. Their marriage was set for June 17, 2007 (her twentieth birthday). This was confirmed the next day by several news sources. A press conference was held on May 10, in which both entertainers expressed their apologies to the public, amidst both praise and criticism coming from other renowned artists, such as former 4th Generation Morning Musume member, Yoshizawa Hitomi—who was called in at the last minute to replace Tsuji in the play, "When Will You Return?", and consequently was forced to learn all her lines in a relatively short period of time — and Akiko Wada, who considered the singer's pregnancy and shotgun marriage signs of irresponsibility. Tsuji stated at the press conference that she would return to the public eye "when things calm down" after childbirth. Her position within Gyaruru was filled by Abe Asami.

Upon marriage, she has changed her name to Sugiura Nozomi, but continues to use "Tsuji Nozomi" as a stage name. On November 26, 2007, Tsuji gave birth to a girl named Sugiura Noa (杉浦希空) at 12:45 am, weighing 2.73 kg (6.0 lb; 0.430 st).

The following list are notable friendships Tsuji Nozomi has acquired:

  • Kago Ai: Tsuji met Kago Ai during the 4th generation training camp and became close friends since.

Tsuji's given name, "Nozomi", means hope (希; nozo) combined with beauty (美; mi). It's a feminine Japanese given name and surname.

Here is a list of nicknames that was used to refer to Tsuji Nozomi:

  • Nono (のの): Official nickname, given her since joining Morning Musume. Used by members and fans.

ProfileEdit

  • Birth/Stage Name: Tsuji Nozomi (辻希美)
  • Legal Name: Sugiura Nozomi (杉浦希美)
  • Date Married: June 17, 2007
  • Family: Husband/actor Sugiura Taiyo (杉浦太陽; age 33), Daughter Sugiura Noa (杉浦希空; age 6), Sons Sugiura Seia (杉浦青空; age 3) and Sugiura Sora (杉浦昊空 age 1).
  • Nickname: Nono (のの), Tsuji-chan (辻ちゃん), Nonotan (ののたん), Non (のん), Non-chan (のんちゃん), Nontsuan (のんつあん)
  • Birth date: June 17, 1987 (1987-06-17) (age 27)
  • Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan
  • Blood Type: O
  • Height: 151 cm (4'11.5")
  • Western Zodiac: Gemini
  • Eastern Zodiac: Rabbit
  • Hello! Project Status:
    • 2000-04-16: Member
    • 2000-04-16: Morning Musume Member
    • 2004-08-01: Graduated Morning Musume
    • 2007-05-08: Maternity Leave
    • 2009-01-31: Member
    • 2009-03-31: Graduated
  • UP-FRONT PROMOTION Status:
    • 2000-04-16: Member
    • 2007-05-08: Maternity Leave
    • 2009-01-31: Member
    • 2010-05-27: Maternity Leave
    • 2012-03-10: Member
    • 2013-10-01: Transferred to UP-FRONT CREATE
  • Years in Morning Musume: 4 Years
  • Former Morning Musume Color: Dark Pink
  • Former Otome Gumi Color: Blue
  • Hello! Project Groups:
  • Subgroups:
  • Concert Units:
  • Shuffle Units:
  • Other:

  • Hobbies: Cooking
  • Special skill: Volleyball
  • Strong subject: Math
  • Weak subject: English
  • Favorite words: Cheerful, smile
  • Favorite color: Pink, white, orange
  • Favorite flowers: Sunflowers
  • Favorite seasons: Summer, spring
  • Favorite food: Chocolate ice cream, yams
  • Disliked food: Natto, shellfish

Singles Participated InEdit

Morning MusumeEdit

MinimoniEdit

WEdit

Morning Musume Otome GumiEdit

10nin MatsuriEdit

Odoru 11Edit

11WATEREdit

H.P. ALL STARSEdit

Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu SingersEdit

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

SinglesEdit

Digital SinglesEdit

Solo SongsEdit

Group SongsEdit

DVDsEdit

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PublicationsEdit

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BooksEdit

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  • [2009.10.08] Tsuji no Ribbon Days (辻ちゃんのリボンDays)
  • [2009.11.05] Tsuji-chan no Umakawa Gohan (辻ちゃんのウマかわゴハン)
  • [2010.06.15] Tsuji-chan × Kitty-chan HAPPY LIFE (辻ちゃん×キティちゃんHAPPY LIFE)
  • [2010.09.17] Tsuji-chan no Umakawa Gohan 2 (辻ちゃんのウマかわゴハン2)
  • [2010.11.01] Non Piece - Tsuji-chan no Hibi Smile (のんピース―辻ちゃんの日々スマイル)
  • [2011.06.17] Non-chan Puru -mother- (のんちゃんぷる -mother-)

Solo PhotobooksEdit

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  1. [2003.11.10] Nono♥ (のの♥)
  2. [2006.11.18] Non no 19 (のんの19)

WorksEdit

FilmEdit

  • [2000] Pinch Runner (ピンチランナー)
  • [2003] Minimoni the Movie Okashi na Daibouken! (ミニモニ。じゃムービーお菓子な大冒険!)
  • [2007] Chou Gekijouban Keroro Gunsou 2 Shinkai no Princess de Arimasu! (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹2 深海のプリンセスであります!)
  • [2012] Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters the Movie: Protect the Tokyo Enetower! (特命戦隊ゴーバスターズ THE MOVIE 東京エネタワーを守れ!)

TV ProgramsEdit

  • [2000–2007] Hello! Morning (ハロー!モーニング。) (as a regular)
  • [2002–2004] Tintin TOWN! (ティンティンTOWN!) (as a regular)
  • [2004] Futarigoto (二人ゴト)
  • [2005] Musume DOKYU! (娘DOKYU!)
  • [2009–2011] Quiz! Hexagon II (クイズ!ヘキサゴンII)

TV DramasEdit

  • [2002] Mikeneko Holmes no Hanzaigaku Kouza (三毛猫ホームズの犯罪学講座)
  • [2004] Minimoni de Bremen no Ongakutai (ミニモニ。でブレーメンの音楽隊)

AnimeEdit

  • [2001] Hamtaro Movie 1: Adventures in Ham Ham Land (voice of Nono)
  • [2002] Hamtaro Movie 2: The Captive Princess (voice of Nono)
  • [2003] Hamtaro Movie 3: Miracle in Aurora Valley (voice of Nono)
  • [2007] Robby to Kerobby (ロビーとケロビー) (voice of Athena)
  • [2010] Inazuma Eleven (イナズマイレブン) (voice of Nashimoto Nonomi)
  • [2011] Pink no Bulldog ~Utau WAN WAN~ (うたうワンワン~ピンクのブルドッグ~) (voice of Kyaru)

CommercialsEdit

  • [2000] Glico Mousse Pocky
  • [2009] Mosudo (モスド)
  • [2009] ZESPRI Green kiwi (ゼスプリ グリーンキウイ) (Voice actor)
  • [2009] Nissan ROOX (日産・ルークス)
  • [2010] Kracie Home Products "naive" (クラシエホームプロダクツ 「ナイーブ」)
  • [2011] Trek "Mizu 99.9% oshiri fuki" (レック 「水99.9%おしりふき」)
  • [2012] Zeria (ゼリア)

Music VideosEdit

TheaterEdit

  • [2006] Ribbon no Kishi: The Musical (リッボンの騎士ザ・ミュージカル)

RadioEdit

  • [2001–2003] Minimoni. no Minna HAPPY! (ミニモニ。のみんなHAPPY!)

Awards and RecognitionsEdit

  • [2003] Guinness World Records: Longest time spinning the largest Hula Hoop
  • [2010] 7th COTTON USA Award

Ameblo BlogEdit

The naming of Tsuji Nozomi's blog has caused some confusion when translated; it has either been translated as 'Non Piece' or 'Non Peace'. Some believe that the best romanization of Tsuji's blog is 'Non Piece', a pun on the anime One Piece which she is a fan of (it could also be Tsuji's piece of the internet).

In April 9, 2011, Nozomi went on blogging hiatus after her son Seia was hospitalized.

On May 20th, 2011, Tsuji and her husband stopped blogging due to their son’s health condition.

Hula Hoop World RecordEdit

Tsuji has twice held the world record for the largest hula hoop spun. She set her first record on 1 January 2003, with a hoop measuring 3.98 m (13.1 ft) in diameter. However, that record was broken in June 2003 by Paul "Dizzy Hips" Blair (USA), so she did not appear in the 2004 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Tsuji — along with Kago Ai in a separate individual attempt — regained the record on 1 January 2004, with a hoop measuring 4.08 m (13.4 ft) in diameter. They set their record during a live New Year's Day television special at Nippon Television Network, Tokyo, Japan. Tsuji and Kago shared the record in the 2005 and 2006 editions of the Guinness Book. Tsuji's name was misspelled in the 2005 edition, but it was subsequently corrected in the 2006 edition.

Tsuji and Kago's record was eventually broken again in September 2005 by Ashrita Furman (USA), although it happened too late in the year to displace them from the 2006 edition of the Guinness Book. They are no longer listed as of the 2007 edition, and it is not known if Tsuji ever intends to make another attempt.

TriviaEdit

  • During the fourth generation auditions, she dressed up as a ganguro.
  • She was crowned the "bakajo" (idiot girl) of Morning Musume after she scored 49.8% in the Mechaike Bakajo Kimatsu Test.
  • She loves Tokyo Disneyland and continues to visit it in her late teens and early twenties. Also, many areas of her and her husband's apartment are decorated in a Disney theme.
  • She can ride a unicycle, including pausing and turning.
  • She has 3 children.
  • Her Morning Musume mentor was Iida Kaori.
  • In a 2004 interview she said her rival was Matsuura Aya.
  • If she returns to Hello! Project after her maternity leave, she will be the third active Hello! Project member to be married, after Kominato Miwa and Iida Kaori.
  • The shuffle units Tsuji has been in has always had the largest number of members. Also, when Tsuji participated in the shuffles, she was always placed in the same unit as Iida Kaori.
  • She revealed on her blog that when she first approached her husband for the first time to confess her love for him she ended up being rejected.
  • Tsuji has an older sister who follows the Japanese Gal fashion trend. Tsuji said that her sister used to be a ganguro but has since toned down the style into a more "mature" form.
  • She has pollen allergies.
  • She is the fourth former Morning Musume member to get married, the first being Ishiguro Aya, second being Ichii Sayaka, and third being Iida Kaori.
  • She is the youngest former Morning Musume member to get married at age 20.
  • On her blog she said the she has over 100 decorations for her hair.
  • She is the fifth former Morning Musume member (with Kago Ai) to only graduate from Morning Musume and not Hello! Project. The first being Nakazawa Yuko, the second being Goto Maki, the third being Yasuda Kei, and the fourth being Abe Natsumi.
  • Yaguchi Mari revealed that when Tsuji was younger, she was often rude to Tsunku and some of the other members of Morning Musume and Minimoni, and that she sexually harassed the other members during live concerts.
  • Her best friend is Kago Ai and they were often known as the "twins" of Morning Musume.
  • She, Ichii Sayaka, and Ishiguro Aya have the most children out of all past Morning Musume members (with three children each). 

See AlsoEdit

Sugiura Family TreeEdit

   
   
Taiyo
(b.1981)
   
   
   
   
   
   
Nozomi
(b.1987)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Noa
(b.2007)
   
   
Seia
(b.2010)
   
   
Sora
(b.2013)
   
   

Honorary TitlesEdit

Honorary titles

Preceded by
First

Leader of W
2004 – 2006

Succeeded by
Last

Preceded by
First

Leader of Gyaruru
2007

Succeeded by
Sone Natsuko

External LinksEdit

Minimoni
Members
3rd Gen/Shin: Fukuda Kanon, Takeuchi Akari, Miyamoto Karin
Former Members
1st Gen: Yaguchi Mari, Tsuji Nozomi, Kago Ai, Mika Todd
2nd Gen: Takahashi Ai
3rd Gen/Shin: Linlin
Singles
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12
Albums
Original: Minimoni Song Daihyakka 1 Kan, Minimoni Songs 2
Soundtrack: Minimoni the Movie Okashi na Daibouken! Original Soundtrack
Other
Minimoni the Movie Okashi na Daibouken!
Related Units
Morning Musume, Tanpopo, Coconuts Musume, W, Hello Pro Kenshuusei, S/mileage, Juice=Juice


W
Former Members
Tsuji Nozomi (L), Kago Ai (SL)
Singles
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06
Albums
Duo U&U, 2nd W
Related Units
Morning Musume, Minimoni, H.P. All Stars

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