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Native name  田島 芽瑠
Labels  Universal Music Japan
Also known as  Meru (nickname)
Name  Meru Tashima

Occupation(s)  Idol, singer
Role  Singer
Years active  2012–present
Genres  J-pop
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Born  7 January 2000 (age 15) (2000-01-07)
Origin  Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
Music group  Tentoumu Chu! (Since 2013)
Similar People  Mio Tomonaga, Haruka Kodama, Sakura Miyawaki, Natsumi Matsuoka, Moriyasu Mad
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Meru Tashima (田島 芽瑠, Tashima Meru, born January 7, 2000 in Fukuoka Prefecture) is a Japanese singer and idol. She is a member of the idol group HKT48 and AKB48 kenkyusei (trainee) unit named Tentōmu Chu!.

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Biography

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In 2011, Tashima took part in the 10th generation auditions for the idol group Morning Musume. She passed 3 rounds and advanced to the final, but was not chosen to join the group.

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In 2012, the idol group HKT48 held its 2nd generation audition. Tashima participated and passed. She was added to the group as trainee member along with 33 other winners of the audition. She became soon a hot topic throughout Japan, after it was reported that AKB48 and HKT48 producer Yasushi Akimoto commented on her as being "the new Jurina Matsui", a member who joined AKB48's sister group SKE48 at the age of 11 and was immediately appointed one of the front positions in the next AKB48 single and featured on its cover art. Thus she became one of the most prominent members of the project in a matter of months.

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Another surprise came when Tashima, in spite of officially being a trainee member, was appointed the central position in her band's first original song "Hatsukoi Butterfly", to be released as a B-side on the 29th single by AKB48.

In February 2013 it was announced that HKT48 will release its debut single, titled "Suki! Suki! Skip!", and that Tashima, again, was going to hold the central position in the title song.

In HKT48's second single "Melon Juice", Meru Tashima was again featured in a central position. This time there were two "centers", her and Mio Tomonaga.

Television

  • Joshikō Keisatsu (女子高警察) (drama, Fuji TV, 27 October 2013 — 16 March 2014)
  • Fukuoka Ren'ai Hakusho — 9 Tsuki to Taiyō o Miagete (福岡恋愛白書9 月と太陽を見上げて) (drama, Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting, 21 March 2014)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 0: Kisarazu Rantōhen (マジすか学園0 木更津乱闘編) as Megaphone (drama, Nippon Television, 28 November 2015)
  • AKB Love Night: Love Factory (AKBラブナイト 恋工場) Ep.4 - First Boyfriend, as Ema Hoshina (drama, TV Asahi, 27 April 2016)
  • References

    Meru Tashima Wikipedia


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