Aiko Sato (actress)

Aiko Sato (佐藤 藍子, Satō Aiko, born 26 September 1977, in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan)[1] is a Japanese actress and tarento.

Aiko Sato
佐藤 藍子
Born (1977-09-26) September 26, 1977 (age 42)
NationalityJapanese
EducationHiji Women Gakuen High School
OccupationActress, tarento
Years active1993–present
AgentOscar Promotion
Height1.64 m (5 ft 5 in) (2014)
Spouse(s)
Takuma Numata (m. 2007)

Sato is represented with Oscar Promotion.

BiographyEdit

CareerEdit

Sato graduated from Hiji Women Gakuen High School.

She won the 6th Japan Bishōjo Contest Grand Prize with Ryoko Yonekura in 1992. Despite sluggish in her debut, Sato co-starred in Seifuku Kojo Iinkai unit Icebox for a period of time. In 1996 she played a male character in the drama Hen.

PersonalityEdit

Sato had a wide range of activities, such as presenting the Fuji Television series Unbelievable and playing a nurse in the NHK asadora Chura-san, and had the same level of popularity with the Japan Bishōjo Contest Grand Prize winner Yonekura.

Private lifeEdit

Her husband Takuma Numata is an riding instructor He knew her when she was in a riding club, and during her 30th birthday on the 26 September 2007, Sato later announced that she married him.[2]

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Kyō Kara Ore Wa!! Direct-to-video
Budōha Deka 2: Heart Crash Kaoru
1996 Shonan Junai Gumi
1997 Time Leap Shoka Ikeuchi Lead role
1998 Pokémon: The First Movie Sweet (voice)
Pikachu no Natsuyasumi Narration
1999 The Lion King II: Simba's Pride Kiara Japanese dub
2006 Stone Age Junko Watanabe
Haru no Ibasho Mieko Casio (ten years after)
Sun Scarred Mayumi Takizawa
2008 Namidatsubo Shushi
Haihai Satsujin Kuniko Miyazaki

TV dramasEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes
1993 Twins Kyōshi Miyuki Doi TV Asahi Debut
1994 Tobenai Otome no Jugyō-chū Fuji TV Lead role
1995 Kagami no Chōsho: Tenshi ga Machi ni Yattekita NHK Lead role
1996 Klein no Tsubo Chimei Makabe NHK
Hen Yūki Satō TV Asahi Lead role
Mahiru no Tsuki Chika Togashi TBS
Itazura na Kiss Kotoko Aihara TV Asahi Lead role
1997 Sōri to Yobanai de Premier's daughter Fuji TV
Kenshui Nanako Nanako Sugisaka TV Asahi Lead role
1999 Naomi Naomi Yashiro Fuji TV
Tokkyū Shashō Haruka Nagase no Jiken-bo Haruka Nagase TV Asahi Lead role
Uranai Tantei Maiko Kansai no Kaiun Jiken-bo Maiko TBS Lead role
2000 Brand Yuri Moriyama Fuji TV
Jidō Gyakutai Chōsakan Natsuki Momose no Jiken File Natsuki Momose Fuji TV Lead role
Dial 119 Kyoko Kano NTV Lead role
2001 Chura-san Nanako Sasaki NHK
Josi Ana Midori Fujishima Fuji TV
2002 Hon'nin Soshō Yuko Ukai TBS Lead role
Koi Cejo Otome Nanako Machida NHK
Toshiie to Matsu: Kaga Hyakumangoku Monogatari Asakuma NHK
Bara no Jūjika Masami Hirayama Fuji TV
2003 Chura-san 2 Kanako Kohagura NHK
OL Zenidō Kyoka Osaki TV Asahi
Anata no Tonari ni Dare ka Iru Satomi Kashiwagi Fuji TV
Office no Okashina-mei Tantei Shuen Fuji TV Lead role
2004 Motto Koi Cejo Otome Nanako Machida NHK
Kochira Hon Ikegami-sho Tomoe Takasugi TBS
Chura-san 3 Kanako Kohagura NHK
Sky High Shizuka Minagawa TV Asahi
2006 Brest: Mesukōsei, 10 Oku-en no Kake! Kazumi Mihara TV Asahi Lead role
Totsukawa Keibu Series Kyoko Hagiwara TBS
2007 Keishichō Sōsa File: Sakura-sho no On'na-tachi Rei Numabukuro TV Asahi Episode 2
'Haihai Satsujin Kuniko Miyazaki WOWOW
2008 Atsuhime Onojima NHK
Yagyuu Ichizoku no Inbō Akane Yagyu TV Asahi
Judge II: Shima no Saibankan Funtō-ki Kanako Kobayashi NHK Episode 1
2010 Tetsudō Sōsa-kan Miyako Nakai TV Asahi
2011 Mito Kōmon Part 42 Oito TBS Episode 19
She's a steely woman! Masako Nomoto TV Asahi
Kyotaro Nishimura Travel Mystery Eriko Mochizuki TV Asahi
Kasouken no Onna Ayumi Seta TV Asahi
2012 Onsen (Hi) Dai Sakusen Masako Tatsumura TV Asahi, ABC
Case Closed Chizuru Tachikawa YTV
Kari ya Chichi Musume Mariko Higuchi TV Asahi
Kodoku no Gourmet Saionji TV Tokyo Episode 21
2013 Ofukuro Sensei no Shinryō Nikki Natsuko Sotoura MBS, TBS
Keishichō Minamidaira Han: Shichinin no Keiji Reika Seo TBS
Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo Nurse Aihara Fuji TV Two Episode 10
Sai Sōsa Deka Yusuke Kataoka Ai Shimamura TV Asahi
2014 Aibō Season 12 Ryo Katsuragi TV Asahi Episode 13
2015 Wakaretara Sukinahito Shiho Ezawa THK
Bar Lemon Heart BS Fuji Episode 5
2016 The Lion Guard Kiara Disney Channel (Japan) Japanese dub

Variety seriesEdit

Year Title Network
1996 Super Jockey NTV
1997 Dan Totsu! Heisei King NTV
1998 Unbelievable Fuji TV
Girls A Gogo! TV Asahi

Informational seriesEdit

Title Network Notes
Ōsu Pappa-ya NBN Wednesday MC
BS' Style NHK-BS1, NHK-BS2, NHK BS Hi-Vision MC
Style Plus THK Occasional appearances

Cultural seriesEdit

Year Title Network
Geijutsu Gekijō NHK E TV
2015 Shumi Doki! NHK E TV

StageEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Romeo and Juliet Lead role
Chissai Ossan Matsuri Shirayukihime
2013 Mito Kōmon
2014 Joanne D'Arc Marie of Anjou

Direct-to-videoEdit

Year Title
1993 Oshare Seifuku Zukan (Natsufuku-ban)
Oshare Seifuku Zukan (Fuyufuku-ban)
2007 Ai Love

AdvertisementsEdit

Year Title Notes
Tele Message
1995 Tokyo Professional Training of Commerce Co-starring with Kotomi Kyono
Morinaga & Company "Morinaga Ice Ice Box"
Pokka "Lemon no Shizuku"
JTB Corporation "Look JTB" "Ace JTB"
Kao Corporation "Clear Clean"
Konica "Big Mini"
Yamazaki Nabisco "Chip Star"
1999 Shinkin bank
2001 Universal Entertainment Corporation Shadow Hearts
Corona Danbō Kigu
Oak Lawn Marketing "Hills Collection"

BibliographyEdit

Photo albumsEdit

Year Title
1997 Aiko Sato first photo diary – Live 1997
1998 La vérité – Aiko Satoh
2004 Ai – Aiko Sato Shashin-shū
2006 Ai Ai – Aiko Sato Shashin-shū

OtherEdit

Year Title
1999 Aiko Sato: Harunatsu Sawayaka Knit
Aiko Sato to Tanoshimu: Scarf no Oshare Tech 110

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "佐藤 藍子". be amie (in Japanese). Oscar Promotion. Retrieved 12 Sep 2016.
  2. ^ "佐藤藍子が乗馬での出会いで結婚". nikkansports.com (in Japanese). Nikkan Sports Shinbun. 27 Sep 2007. Retrieved 12 Sep 2016.

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