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Native name  高城 亜樹
Name  Aki Takajo
Role  Japanese idol

Instruments  Vocals
Genres  J-pop
Years active  2008 - Present
Siblings  Jui Takajo
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Born  3 October 1991 (age 24)Tokyo, Japan (1991-10-03)
Associated acts  AKB48, French Kiss, JKT48
Albums  Heavy Rotation, Panic, PAJAMA DRIVE SENSHURAKU
Music groups  JKT48 (2012 – 2014), French Kiss (Since 2010), Team Surprise (Since 2012)
Similar People  Asuka Kuramochi, Yuki Kashiwagi, Rie Kitahara, Sae Miyazawa, Yui Yokoyama

Occupation(s)  Japanese idol, singer

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Aki Takajo (高城 亜樹, Takajō Aki, born October 3, 1991) is a Japanese idol singer who is a former member of the girl groups AKB48 and JKT48. She auditioned for AKB48's sixth generation and was promoted to member of Team A. Her talent agency is Watanabe Productions., and was one of the charter members to support JKT48. She is also a former member of the sub-unit French Kiss.


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Takajo auditioned for AKB48 and was chosen in the group's sixth generation, also known as the third generation of Kenkyusei (trainees). She debuted on August 23, 2008, in the concert "Live DVD wa Derudarou kedo, Yappari Nama ni Kagiruze". On October 19, she substituted for Haruna Kojima on the Team A Fifth Stage, "Renai Kinshi Jorei". On December 29, Takajo was promoted to AKB48's Team A; she only spent 71 days from theater debut to full member, and it was the fastest promotion in AKB48 history at the time, until Azuma Rion from SKE48 was promoted in 2013.

Takajo's first A-side with AKB48 was in 2010 for the single "Ponytail to Shushu". In the 2010 AKB48 general elections, she placed 13th and landed a spot on the title track for "Heavy Rotation". She and AKB48 members Yuki Kashiwagi and Asuka Kuramochi formed a sub-unit, "French Kiss" and the group released the single "Zutto Mae Kara" which peaked at number five on the Oricon charts.

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On August 24, 2012, the first day of its Tokyo Dome concert series, AKB48 announced a reorganization of its teams. Takajo and Haruka Nakagawa were sent to Jakarta to help AKB48's sister group JKT48. On April 28, 2013, it was announced that she would hold a concurrent position in AKB48 Team B. On February 24, 2014, during the Grand Reformation Festival, it was announced that she was released from her concurrent positions in JKT48. In 2015, she was transferred to AKB48 Team K. On December 15, 2015, at the group's AKB48 Kōhaku Uta Gassen event, she announced that she would be leaving the group. On February 23, 2016, AKB48 gave her a graduation ceremony.

Stage units

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Team A 5th Stage (Renai Kinshi Jorei)
Aki Takajo Photo Thank You Akicha and Mariyagi Aki Takajo and Mariya
  1. Kuroi Tenshi
  2. Heart Gata Virus (backup for Haruna Kojima)
Aki Takajo Final Concert Scheduled for AKB48s Aki Takajo on February 23rd
Team K 4th Stage (Saishuu Bell ga Naru) (backup for Sae Miyazawa)
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Team K 5th Stage (Sakaagari)
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  1. Ai no Iro (backup for Sae Miyazawa)
Himawari Gumi 2nd Stage (Yume o Shinaseru wake ni wa Ikanai) in Theater G-Rosso
  1. Tonari no Banana (Standby for Tomomi Kasai, Reina Fujie, Haruka Nakagawa, Misaki Iwasa)
  1. Hajimete no Jelly Beans

(Standby for Sae Miyazawa, Reina Fujie, Haruka Nakagawa, Mariya Suzuki)

Team A 6th Stage (Mokugekisha)
  1. Enjo Rosen
Team J 1st Stage (Renai Kinshi Jourei/Aturan Anti Cinta)
  1. Renai Kinshi Jourei (Aturan Arti Cinta)


  • Majisuka Gakuen (2010)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 2 (2011)
  • Television

  • AKB0ji59fun (28 July – 18 August 2008, Nippon Television)
  • AKBINGO (August 2008 –, Nippon Television)
  • Shukan AKB (July 2009 –, TV Tokyo)
  • Suiensaa (28 April, 5 May, 12 May 2009, 5 January 2010, NHK)
  • Majisuka Gakuen (January 8 – March 26, 2010, TV Tokyo)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 2(April 15–29, May 27, June 3, 17, 2011 TV Tokyo)
  • SAVEPOINT (June 2014 -, TV Tokyo)
  • Kasane (May 2015, TV Tokyo), Kayoi Tatarami
  • Radio

  • AKB48 Ashita Made Mou Chotto (Nippon Cultural Broadcasting)
  • AKB48 All Night Nippon (Nippon Broadcasting System)
  • Photobooks

  • B.L.T.U-17 Vol.9 Sizzleful Girl 2009 Winter (5 February 2009, Tokyo News Service) ISBN 4863360401
  • B.L.T.U-17 Vol.11 Sizzleful Girl 2009 Summer (5 August 2009, Tokyo News Service) ISBN 4863360606
  • DVDs

  • Takajo Aki Akicha to Kaerō (2010)
  • Takajo Aki 2nd DVD Wonderland (2011)
  • References

    Aki Takajo Wikipedia