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Maeshima Ami
前島亜美
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Maeshima Ami promoting Koi☆Kirameke-tion!!!
General Information

Also known as

Amita

Born

November 22, 1997 (1997-11-22) (age 20)

Birthplace

Saitama, Japan

Occupation

Singer

Years active

2010-2017
(7 years)

Agency

Avex Vanguard (2013-2017)
Avex Management (2010-2013)

Label

iDOL Street

Associated Acts

SUPER GiRLS

Website

Official blog

Graduated

31 March 2017

Maeshima Ami (前島亜美) is a former member and leader of SUPER GiRLS. She had been in the group since their formation in 2010.

Maeshima graduated on March 31 from SUPER GiRLS and iDOL Street.

BiographyEdit

2010–present: SUPER GiRLSEdit

Maeshima Ami debuted as part of the first iDOL Street group SUPER GiRLS in 2010.

For SUPER GiRLS eighth single, the group was split into units, and Maeshima was given a solo song, "Sentimental Journey" (a cover of Matsumoto Iyo's hit song).

On June 25, 2016 she replaced Shimura Rika as leader of SUPER GiRLS.

On March 5 it was announced via IDOL Street that Maeshima will graduate from SUPER GiRLS on March 31 in order to pursue being a voice actor and musical actress. Maeshima will have a graduation concert in late March.[1]

ProfileEdit

  • Name: Maeshima Ami (前島亜美)
  • Nickname: Amita (あみた)
  • Birthday: November 22, 1997 (1997-11-22) (age 20)
  • Home prefecture: Saitama
  • Blood type: B
  • Height: 163cm
  • Chouzetsu color: Rose Pink
  • Hobbies: Planetarium, playing with cats, anime
  • Special skill: Karate
  • Favorite entertainer: Abe Sadao, Oizumi Yo

DiscographyEdit

Singles

Works Edit

TV Drama Edit

  • [2016.08.01-] Fishing Criminal 7

Stage Edit

  • [2015] Death Note The Musical as Sayu Yagami
  • [2015] Za・Hana Miyo Concerto as Tsubame
  • [2016] Kujira no Kora wa Saji~Youniutau as Ricos
  • [2016] Luna Rossa as Anna
  • [2017] Kōfukuna Shokuba as Satomi Yoshioka
  • [2017] Ookami to Odore〜Dragon,Dance with Wolves〜 as Franc
  • [2017] Rengoku Stage as Okuni
  • [2017] Department Store! as Nami
  • [2018] Bloody Poetry as Harriet Westbrook

Photobooks Edit

  • [2012.01.27] Amita (あみた)
  • [2013.03.08] Maeshima Ami (前島亜美)

Video Games

  • [2017.03.16] Bang Dream! Girls Band Party as Aya Maruyama

Honorary Titles Edit

Honorary Titles
Preceded by
First
Youngest member of SUPER GiRLS
June 12, 2010 - February 23, 2014
Succeeded by
Uchimura Risa
Preceded by
Shimura Rika
Leader of SUPER GiRLS
June 25, 2016 - March 31, 2017
Succeeded by
Mizote Ruka

ReferencesEdit

  1. "前島亜美に関する重要なお知らせ" (in Japanese). iDOL Street Website. 2017-03-05.

External LinksEdit