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Name  Shoko Aida

Role  Actress
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Spouse  Hiromitsu Aizawa (m. 2008)
Movies  Hana and Alice, Instant Swamp, Rainbow Song, The Man in White
Albums  Twin Memories, Wink Hot Singles, Wink First Live Shining S, Back to front, Moonlight Serenade

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Shoko Aida (相田 翔子, Aida Shōko, born 23 February 1970) is a female J-pop artist and actress. She was born in Higashimurayama, Tokyo, and debuted as a member of the J-Pop duo Wink. She began working as a solo artist on 1 April 1996, one month after Wink dissolved. She collaborated with Kaori Iida from Morning Musume for one DVD and one photobook in 2004. She got married in 2008 and in 2012, she gave birth to her first child, a girl.

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Singles

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  • "I Julia" (20 January 1996)
  • "Joia" (25 April 1996)
  • "Hadaka de Nemurimasho" (25 August 1996)
  • "Yurikago wo Yusurarete" (2 May 1998)
  • "Konya Dake Kitto" (with Stardust Revue) (15 May 2000)
  • "Kureta no Shiroi Suna" (28 April 2004)
  • Albums

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  • Delphinium (mini album, outside Wink) (25 May 1992)
  • Joia (25 May 1996)
  • Luz (25 May 1997)
  • Paris, je t'aime d'amour (29 January 2003)
  • To Pathos (27 November 2003 )
  • Compilations

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  • C'est mon na - Best of Shoko Aida (30 January 2002)
  • DVD

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  • Aegekai - Shoko Aida & Kaori Iida (4 February 2004)
  • Filmography

  • Araburu Tamashiitachi Yurusarezaru Mono (March 2003), directed by Shunji Miike
  • Hana and Alice (March 2004), directed by Shunji Iwai
  • Rainbow Song (October 2006), directed by Naoto Kumazawa, produced by Shunji Iwai
  • Tokyo Ghoul (July 2017), directed by Kentarō Hagiwara
  • References

    Shoko Aida Wikipedia


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