Sumire Satō (佐藤 すみれ Satō Sumire, born November 20, 1993 in Saitama Prefecture) is a former Japanese idol formerly associated with the girl group AKB48 and later transferred to its sister group SKE48. In 2016, she is starring in a live-action film based on Sanami Suzuki's manga adaptation of The Little Match Girl.
|Born||November 20, 1993|
|Origin||Saitama Prefecture, Japan|
|Associated acts||AKB48, SKE48|
She joined AKB48 on December 20, 2008 as a seventh-generation member of its Kenkyusei (trainees). Her first participation in an AKB48 single was on the B-side track of "River" called "Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara" where she performed in the grouping Under Girls.
She was promoted to full member in AKB48.
On August 20, 2009, she took part in the AKB48 election and nationwide tour. On December 7, 2009, she joined Horipro. Her first A-side single for the group was "Chance no Junban". On May 21, 2010, she was promoted to Team B during Team shuffle.
On August 24, 2012, she was shuffled to become a member of Team A.
On April 25, 2014, she was transferred to SKE48's Team E.
She graduated from SKE48 Team E on January 7, 2018. She retired from the entertainment industry.
1! 2! 3! 4! Yoroshiku! (１！２！３！４！ヨロシク！) is the 4th single by Japanese girl group SKE48. It reached the 2nd place on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and, as of February 6, 2012 (issue date), has sold 175,027 copies.This was last full version music video featured on SKE48 official channel (YouTube); starting from "Banzai Venus" only short versions are featured.10nen Sakura
"10nen Sakura" (10年桜, Jūnen Zakura, "10-year Cherry Blossom", "10th Graduation Anniversary") is the 11th major single by the Japanese idol group AKB48, released on March 4, 2009.It's a school graduation song.
The single peaked at number 3 in the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart.1993 in Japan
Events in the year 1993 in Japan. It corresponds to Heisei 5 (平成5年)) in the Japanese calendar.Aishite-love-ru!
Ai Shite Love Ru! (アイシテラブル!) is the 9th single by Japanese girl group SKE48. It was the 10th best-selling single of 2012 in Japan, with 581,612 copies.Aki Deguchi
Aki Deguchi (出口陽, Deguchi Aki, born 14 March 1988), also known as Aki, is a Japanese singer, as a solo artist and former member of the Japanese idol J-pop group SKE48.Aozora Kataomoi
Aozora Kataomoi (青空片想い) is the 2nd single by Japanese girl group SKE48, their first under the Crown Gold label. It reached the 3rd place on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and, as of July 5, 2010 (issue date), has sold 51,180 copies.Banzai Venus
Banzai Venus (バンザイVENUS) is the 5th single by Japanese girl group SKE48. It was their last release on Crown Gold. It debuted at number-one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and, as of February 13, 2012 (issue date), has sold 275,189 copies.Starting from this single, only short versions are featured on SKE48 official channel, due to restrictions required by Avex.Eien Pressure
"Eien Pressure" (永遠プレッシャー, Eien Puresshā, "Eternal Pressure") is the 29th major single by the Japanese female idol group AKB48, released in Japan on December 5, 2012.Gomen ne, Summer
Gomen ne, Summer (ごめんね、SUMMER) is the 3rd single by Japanese girl group SKE48. It reached the 3rd place on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and, as of February 20, 2012 (issue date), has sold 96,049 copies.Halloween Night (song)
"Halloween Night" (ハロウィン・ナイト) is the 41st single by the Japanese idol girl group AKB48. It was released in Japan on August 26, 2015. It was number one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart, with 1,277,761 copies also becoming the best-selling single in Japan in August. It was also number one on the Billboard Japan Hot 100. A JKT48 version of this song was released on the same day, while a SNH48 version was released in October 12.Heavy Rotation (song)
"Heavy Rotation" (ヘビーローテーション, Hebī Rōtēshon) is Japanese idol group AKB48's 17th single, released on August 18, 2010. The video was directed by photographer and movie producer Mika Ninagawa. The title song of this single, widely known as "Hebirote" (ヘビロテ, Hebīrōtē), was a huge karaoke hit and lead the respective JOYSOUND charts for 43 weeks.List of AKB0048 episodes
AKB0048 is a 2012 anime television series produced by Satelight based on the entertainment group, AKB48. Set in the distant future, where many planets have been put under entertainment bans, AKB0048, a group of successors to the original AKB48, travel across the galaxy to provide hope to these planets whilst fighting off the anti-entertainment force, DES. The series follows a group of understudies who train to become the next group of successors. The first season aired in Japan between April 29, 2012 and July 22, 2012. The opening theme is "Speaking About a Hope" (希望について, Kibō ni Tsuite) by No Name (Mayu Watanabe, Sumire Satō, Amina Satō, Sayaka Nakaya, Sawako Hata, Mao Mita, Karen Iwata, Kumi Yagami, & Haruka Ishida) while the ending theme is "Dreams Are Forever Reborn" (夢は何度も生まれ変わる, Yume wa Nando mo Umarekawaru)" by No Name. The second season aired between January 5, 2013 and March 30, 2013. The opening theme is "The Voice with No Master" (主なきその声, Aruji naki sono Koe) by No Name whilst the ending theme is "I Offer These Tears to You" (この涙を君に捧ぐ, Kono Namida o Kimi ni Sasagu) The series is licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks.Nekkoya (Pick Me)
"Nekkoya (Pick Me)" (Hangul: 내꺼야 (Pick Me); RR: Naekkeoya (Pick Me); Japanese: ネッコヤ (Pick Me)) is a song performed by the contestants of the competition show Produce 48 and serves as the show's theme song. The word Nekkoya translates to "You're Mine". It was released as a digital single on May 10, 2018 by CJ E&M and Stone Music Entertainment, along with a music video.
The song is an uptempo electro-pop song and was created by Flow Blow.Pareo wa Emerald
Pareo wa Emerald (パレオはエメラルド) is the 6th single by Japanese girl group SKE48, and its first under Avex Trax. It debuted at number-one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and, as of January 14, 2013 (issue date), has sold 480,916 copies.Due to restrictions required by Avex, from this single, SKE48 does not release full versions of their music videos, even after the release of the next single (which usually take place through official channels of AKB48 and HKT48 on YouTube). The only exception is "2588 Days" solo single by Rena Matsui, by the time of her graduation, held in August 2015.Rion Azuma
Rion Azuma (東 李苑, Azuma Rion, born 13 November 1996 in Hokkaido Prefecture) was a member of the Japanese idol girl group SKE48. She was a member of SKE48's Team E.Sawako Hata
Sawako Hata (秦 佐和子, Hata Sawako, born September 14, 1988 in Osaka) was a member of the Japanese girl idol group SKE48. Hata joined SKE48 as a third-generation trainee in November 2009, before being promoted to Team KII. She graduated from the group on March 29, 2013.Sugar Rush (AKB48 song)
"Sugar Rush" is a song by the Japanese girl group AKB48. It was released on October 30, 2012 on the original soundtrack of Wreck-It Ralph (the movie itself is titled Sugar Rush (シュガー・ラッシュ) in Japanese).Tsuyoki Mono yo
"Tsuyoki Mono yo" (強き者よ) or "Dear Mighties" is the first single by Japanese girl group SKE48, their first (and also last) under Lantis. It is an ending theme for Shin Mazinger Shougeki! Z Hen. It reached the 5th place on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart and, as of September 21, 2009 (issue date), has sold 27,295 copies.This was the only single from SKE48 released by Lantis.Ue kara Mariko
"Ue Kara Mariko" (上からマリコ, "Mariko From Above") is the 24th major single by the Japanese girl idol group AKB48, released on December 7, 2011.