Jun Matsumoto

Jun Matsumoto (松本 潤, Matsumoto Jun, born August 30, 1983), often called by the portmanteau nickname MatsuJun (松潤), is a Japanese singer, actor, radio host, concert director, dancer, and model. He is a member of the boy band Arashi, and produces Arashi's concerts. He is best known to Japanese television drama audiences for his portrayal as Dōmyōuji Tsukasa in the Hana Yori Dango series, in which he won GQ Japan's Man of the Year Award under the singer/actor category for his work in the drama.[1][2]

Jun Matsumoto
松本 潤
Jun Matsumoto (Arashi).jpg
Matsumoto in November 2019
Born (1983-08-30) August 30, 1983 (age 38)
Other namesMatsuJun
Occupation
  • Singer
  • actor
  • radio host
  • dancer
  • model
Years active1996–present
Musical career
GenresJ-pop
InstrumentsVocals
Labels
Associated actsArashi

Matsumoto began his career in the entertainment industry when he joined the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates in 1996 at the age of 12. Prior to his debut as a singer with Arashi in 1999, Matsumoto started an acting career when he was cast as Teddy Duchamp for the stage play Stand by Me, which was based on the film of the same name. Since then, he has gone on to appear in numerous dramas and movies, receiving a number of awards and nominations for his roles.

Early life

Matsumoto was born in Toshima, Tokyo, as the youngest child in his family. He has an older sister whose support of KinKi Kids influenced his decision to join Johnny & Associates in 1996. Thinking it might bode good luck, he sent his application to the agency on his elementary school graduation day and received a phone call weeks later from president Johnny Kitagawa himself, inviting him to attend a rehearsal instead of being auditioned. Due to this, Matsumoto is frequently referred to as one of the elite within the agency.[3]

Matsumoto graduated from Horikoshi Gakuen, a renowned high school known for its many performing arts alumnae such as Kyoko Fukada and Ai Kato, in March 2002 at the age of 18.[4][5]

Music career

Although the majority of Matsumoto's solos for albums and concerts are written by Arashi's staff, he has contributed lyrics for some of his solos: "La Familia" for the 2004 Arashi! Iza, Now Tour!![citation needed], "Naked" in 2008 for the album Dream "A" Live under the pen name "Jun", and "Stay Gold" in 2014 for the album The Digitalian.[6][7] He also supervised the song "DRIVE" in 2016 for the album Are You Happy? and took part in writing lyrics with other Arashi members as Arashi for their songs "Fight Song", "Energy Song - Zekkōchō Chō!!!!", "5×10", and "5×20".[8][9][10][11][12]

Matsumoto began to be involved in concert production in 2000.[13] He is officially credited as the director in the closing credits for the concerts Arashi Anniversary Tour 5×20 and Arafes 2020, and on the official website of Johnny's Festival Thank you 2021 Hello 2022 for the concert of the same name.[14][15][16] Although he primarily focuses on Arashi concerts, he also gave advice on concert production to younger groups of Johnny & Associates, such as for Hey! Say! JUMP in 2014 and King & Prince in 2018, and in 2021, he is the director for the Johnny's Festival Thank you 2021 Hello 2022 concert, featuring many different groups from Johnny & Associates.[13][17][18][16]

As a concert director, Matsumoto had also been conceptualizing new ideas for concert production. In 2005, he along with the concert staff team implemented the usage of the moving stage, which has been subsequently used by several Asian musical acts.[19] 3 years prior to Arashi Live Tour 2014 The Digitalian, Matsumoto had been putting efforts into utilizing the idea of light color changing via bluetooth onto penlights, and the concept was successfully implemented in the previously mentioned concert.[20]

Acting career

Stage

In 1997, Matsumoto was cast in his first stage play, which was based on the American coming of age film Stand by Me with future bandmates Masaki Aiba and Kazunari Ninomiya.[21][22] He did not return to do any major stage productions for nearly seven years after Stand by Me, instead focusing on dramas and movies. However, in 2004, Matsumoto appeared in the stage play West Side Story with bandmates Satoshi Ohno and Sho Sakurai. In 2005 and 2006, Matsumoto was given his first lead stage play roles in Eden no Higashi (エデンの東, East of Eden) and Byakuya no Onna Kishi (白夜の女騎士, Valkyrie of the White Night) respectively.

It was announced on July 21, 2011, that Matsumoto will star in Yukio Ninagawa's production play, Aa, Kōya (あゝ, 荒野, Ah, Wilderness), which was his first stage play in five years.[23]

Drama

Like bandmate Sakurai, Matsumoto made his acting debut as a television actor in April 1997 in the TBS drama special Hoken Chousain (保険調査員, Insurance Investigator). A few months later, he co-starred with the members of KinKi Kids and future bandmate Masaki Aiba in the mystery-thriller series Bokura no Yūki: Miman Toshi (ぼくらの勇気, Our Courage: Miman City). In 1999, all the members of Arashi co-starred together for the first time in the volleyball-centered short drama V no Arashi (Vの嵐).[24]

Matsumoto made his breakthrough in 2001 when he was cast as Hajime Kinda'ichi in the third season of Kinda'ichi Shōnen no Jikenbo, taking over the role from Tsuyoshi Domoto and co-starring opposite Anne Suzuki.[25]

Then, Matsumoto gained further popularity as an actor in 2002 when he starred in the first season of Gokusen with Yukie Nakama, Shun Oguri, Tomohiro Waki, Hiroki Narimiya and Yuma Ishigaki. His portrayal of the troubled but highly intelligent student, Shin Sawada, drew acclaim and won him Best Supporting Actor at the 33rd Television Drama Academy Awards.[26] He later returned with most of the original cast to star in the special epilogue episode in 2003. Soon after, his character also made a cameo in Sakurai's comedy series Yoiko no Mikata (よい子の味方, Ally of Good Children). In the same year, Matsumoto took another high-profile role in the live-action adaptation of manga series Kimi wa Pet as Takeshi "Momo" Goda, starring opposite Koyuki.

In 2005, Matsumoto took the most prominent role of his career to date when he was cast as Domyōuji Tsukasa in the live-action adaptation of shōjo manga Hana Yori Dango. Co-starring opposite Mao Inoue, Shun Oguri, Shota Matsuda and Tsuyoshi Abe, the series was a success with an average viewership rating of 19.6%. Matsumoto's portrayal as the air-headed and arrogant leader of four rich heirs won him Best Supporting Actor again at the 47th Television Drama Academy Awards.[27]

In 2007, due to the success of Hana Yori Dango, it spawned a second season, which was an even bigger hit with television audiences as it had a peak rating of 27.6% on the final episode and an overall rating of 21.57%.[28] Matsumoto won Best Supporting Actor at the 10th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix for his role.[29] The same year, Matsumoto starred in Bambino!, which won him his first Best Actor award at the 53rd Television Drama Academy Awards.[30]

In 2008, he re-united with Bambino! co-star Karina for the drama special Myū no Anyo Papa ni Ageru (みゅうの足パパにあげる, Myū will Give Daddy Her Legs), which aired as part of the 24-hour Television telethon in 2008. He portrayed a man diagnosed with CIDP struggling to recuperate and return to normal life with his wife and young daughter. The drama special received a viewership rating of 25.6%.[31]

In 2009, Matsumoto starred in his first drama series in nearly two years. He portrayed Vito Hayakawa (早川ビト, Hayakawa Vito), a half-Japanese, half-Filipino young man who always faces life with a smile in the drama Smile. Matsumoto subsequently won Best Actor for his role in the 13th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix.[32] Fuji TV announced on September 10, 2009, that Matsumoto would star in a three-part drama special called Wagaya no Rekishi (わが家の歴史, History of our Family) scheduled to air for three consecutive days in the spring of 2010.[33][34]

In January 2010, Matsumoto co-starred with the other members of Arashi in their first drama in nearly ten years in the human suspense drama special Saigo no Yakusoku (最後の約束, Last Promise).[35][36] Matsumoto portrayed Nozomu Gotō (後藤 望, Gotō Nozomu), a 27-year-old motorcycle courier rider who is caught up in a building hijack. Matsumoto co-starred with Yūko Takeuchi in his first Getsuku drama titled Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku (夏の恋は虹色に輝く, Summer Love Shines in Rainbow Colors).[37] He also made a guest appearance on the final episode of bandmate Ohno's drama Kaibutsu-kun (怪物くん, Little Monster), which is based on the Fujiko Fujio's Kaibutsu-kun manga and anime series.[38]

In 2012, co-starring with Eita Nagayama who played as Teru Nitta, Matsumoto played the role of Shuntaro Tokita in Lucky Seven, a series surrounding a group of quirky detectives.[39][40]

In 2014, co-starring with Satomi Ishihara who played as Saeko Takahashi, Matsumoto played as Koyurugi Sota in the live-adaptation of romance Josei manga series Shitsuren Chocolatier.[41][42]

In 2016, Matsumoto played as Hiroto Miyama in 99.9 Keiji Senmon Bengoshi (99.9-刑事専門弁護士-, 99.9 Criminal Lawyer). The series surrounds a lawyer always eager to find the 0.1% truth in the midst of 99.9% cases in Japan where once one is prosecuted, they are presumably guilty. Later in 2018, Matsumoto returned for the sequel titled 99.9 Keiji Senmon Bengoshi-Season II (99.9-刑事専門弁護士-SEASON II, 99.9 Criminal Lawyer-Season II). The sequel also experienced success like the prequel, with an average viewership of 17.6% in the Kanto region, being one of the most praised drama series in 2018.[43]

In 2019, Matsumoto played lead role as Matsuura Takeshirō in the NHK drama special, Eien no Nispa~Hokkaido to Nazuketa Otoko  Matsuura Takeshiro~ (永遠のニㇱパ~北海道と名付けた男 松浦武四郎~) which was made to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the naming of Hokkaido.[44]

It is announced that Matsumoto will be playing the lead role in 2023 NHK Taiga drama titled Dōsuru Ieyasu (どうする家康, What to do, Ieyasu), as Tokugawa Ieyasu.[45]

Film

Along with future bandmate Aiba, Matsumoto appeared on the silver screen in the 1998 film Shinjuku Tanteidan Shōnen (新宿少年探偵団, Shinjuku Boy Detectives).[46][47]

In 2002, Arashi co-starred in their first movie together called Pikanchi Life is Hard Dakedo Happy (ピカ☆ンチ Life is HardだけどHappy, Pikanchi Life is Hard But Happy). They came together again for its sequel Pikanchi Life is Hard Dakara Happy (ピカ☆☆ンチ Life is HardだからHappy, Pikanchi Life is Hard Therefore Happy) in 2004.[48][49] He also starred in the film Tokyo Tower as a womanizer with a preference for older women with Junichi Okada the same year.[50]

In 2007, Arashi starred in their third movie together Kiiroi Namida while Matsumoto was cast in the independent film Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru with Nana Eikura as his co-star. He portrayed the lead character Yori Yūki (結城 頼, Yūki Yori), a high school student who falls in love and develops a romantic relationship with his younger twin sister.[51][52]

In 2008, Matsumoto took on his first jidaigeki role in a re-make of Akira Kurosawa's Hidden Fortress: The Last Princess, with award-winning actors Hiroshi Abe, Kippei Shiina and Masami Nagasawa.[53] Soon after, TBS decided to end the Hana Yori Dango series through a film. Hana Yori Dango Final, which hit the big screen on June 28, 2008, in Japan, became a box office hit.[54]

In 2013, Matsumoto Jun played the role of Okuda Kosuke in the movie 'Hidamari no Kanojo'(Her Sunny Side) along with actress Ueno Juri in the latest movie of director Miki Takahiro ('Solanin', 'Boku ga Ita').'Hidamari no Kanojo' was filmed in January and to hit cinemas on October 2013.[55]

In 2014, Arashi once again starred in a sequel to the Pikanchi series, Pikanchi Life is Hard Tabun Happy (ピカ☆★☆ンチ Life is HardたぶんHappy, Pikanchi Life is Hard Perhaps Happy).[56]

In 2017, Matsumoto Jun played the role of Takashi Hayama in the Movie 'Narratage' along with actress Kasumi Arimura.[57]

It is announced that in late 2021, Matsumoto Jun will be playing Hiroto Miyama in the 99.9 Keiji Senmon Bengoshi The Movie (99.9-刑事専門弁護士-THE MOVIE, 99.9 Criminal Lawyer The Movie), a sequel to the 99.9 Criminal Lawyer drama series.[58]

Other ventures

TV host

From 2005 to 2007, Matsumoto along with Akiko Wada, Aya Matsuura, KAT-TUN, Tomochika, and Hinoi Team hosted Minna no Terebi/Utawara Hot Hit 10.

Radio

Matsumoto had his own radio show, Jun Style, on Nack5 from October 5, 2002, to September 2011.[59]

Commercial spots

(CM)

  • Misawa Home (1998)
  • Bandai
    • たまごっち オスっちメスっち (Tamagotchi Osutchi Mesutchi) (1999)
  • House Foods
    • さわやか吐息 スーパーカテキン (Sawayaka toiki sūpākatekin) (2004)
  • Suntory
  • KFC Japan
    • Pot Pie and Chicken Box (2009)
    • Tomato Cream Pot Pie (2010)
    • Chicken Cream Pot Pie, Tomato Cream Pot Pie with Shrimp (2011)
  • Kosé Corporation
    • Kosé Cosmetics
      • Fasio (2010 - 2013)
    • Kosé Cosmeport
      • Je l'aime (2013 - 2020) - By himself and co-starring with Masaki Aiba
      • Savon de Bouquet (2014 -)
  • Kirin Holdings
    • Kirin Brewery
    • Kirin Beverages
      • Afternoon Tea Delicious Sugar-free (2016)
      • Mets "Mets Men" (2016) - By himself and co-starring Masaki Aiba and Satoshi Ohno
  • Au by KDDI
    • Au by KDDI (2011)
    • Android Au (2011) - co-star with all Arashi members
    • Au Box (2008)
  • Nintendo
    • Mario Cart 7 (2010)
    • Mario Kart Wii (2010) - Co-star with Kazunari Ninomiya
    • Donkey Kong Returns (2010) - Co-star with Sho Sakurai
    • Wii Party (2010) - Co-star with all Arashi members
    • 3Ds
  • Daio Paper
    • Elleair + Water (2010 - 2017)
  • Recruit
    • Hot Pepper Beauty (2011)
  • Meiji Seika
    • Meiji Milk Chocolate (2011 - 2020)
    • Meiji The Chocolate (2014)
    • Crispies (2012)
    • Mountain of mushrooms · Village of bamboo shoots (2013 - 2019)
  • Kikkoman
    • うちのごはん (Uchi no gohan) (2017 - 2020)[60][61]
  • Daiichi Sankyo
    • Lulu Attack cold medicine (2018 - 2019)
  • Hitachi
    • Home appliances (2010 - 2019) (By himself, and co-starring Arashi members, both as individuals and as a whole team)[62]
  • Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd.

Filmography

TV drama

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Hoken Chōsa-in Shigarami Tarō no Jikenbo Shunichi Yoneda TV special, "Sanuki Hito Jiken"
Bokura no Yūki: Miman Toshi Mori
Another Heart Tōru Kitamura
1998 BOYS BE...Jr Episode: "Hakunetsu! Ren'ai Shitai Shōkōgun"
Lead role
Hitsuyō no Nai Hito Takuji Ohno
1999 Nekketsu Ren'ai-dō: Retsu Nikaidō
Kōsuke Fukunaga
"Shishi-za no A-gata BOY"
"Futagoza no B-gata BOY"
Lead role
Kowai Nichiyōbi: Furugiya S Episode 10 guest appearance
V no Arashi Jun Matsumoto Lead role with Arashi members
2000 Shijō Saiaku no Dēto Yūsuke Episode: "Poor Boy vs Rich Lady"
Lead role
2001 Mukai Arata no Dōbutsu Nikki Hajime Kindaichi Guest appearance
Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo 3 / Majutsu Ressha Satsujin Jiken Lead role with Anne Suzuki
Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo 3
2002 Gokusen Shin Sawada Lead role
Gokusen Returns: Sōshūhen & Shiwasu no Yankumi SP
2003 Yoiko no Mikata Episode 9 guest appearance
Gokusen SP Lead role, TV special
Kimi wa Petto Momo/Takeshi Goda Lead role
2005 Propose Satō Kōsuke Lead role, mini-drama, "Story One"
Hana Yori Dango Dōmyōuji Tsukasa Lead role with Mao Inoue
2006 Yonimo Kimyona Monogatari Takada Kazuo Lead role, mini-drama, "Imakiyo-san"
2007 Hana Yori Dango Returns Dōmyōuji Tsukasa Lead role
Bambino! Shogo Ban Lead role
2008 Myu no Anyo Papa ni Ageru Hayato Yamaguchi Lead role, TV special
2009 Smile Vito Hayakawa Lead role with Yui Aragaki
2010 Saigo no Yakusoku Nozomu Gotō Lead role with Arashi members, TV special
Wagaya no Rekishi Yoshio Yame Three-part TV special
Kaibutsu-kun Kaibutsu-kun's butler Episode 9 guest appearance
Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku Taiga Kusunoki Lead role
2011 Bartender Himself Guest appearance
2012 Mou Yuukai Nante Shinai Shuntarō Tokita Guest appearance
Lucky Seven Lead role
2013 Lucky Seven SP
Hajimari no Uta SP Wataru
2014 Shitsuren Chocolatier Sōta Koyurugi
2016 99.9 Criminal Lawyer Hiroto Miyama
2017 Bokura no Yūki: Miman Toshi SP Mori (Mori Eguchi)
2018 99.9 Criminal Lawyer – Season II Hiroto Miyama Lead role[64]
Hana Nochi Hare~Hanadan Next Season~ Dōmyōuji Tsukasa Episode 1 guest appearance
2019 Eien no Nishipa~Hokkaido to Nazuketa Otoko Matsuura Takeshiro kara~ Takeshiro Matsuura Lead role, NHK TV special
2022 Tonari no Chikara Chikara Nakagoshi Lead role[65]
2023 Dōsuru Ieyasu Tokugawa Ieyasu Lead role, taiga drama[66]

Movies

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Shinjuku Shōnen Tanteidan Kentaro Kanzaki co-starring with You Yokoyama, Masaki Aiba, Kyoko Fukada, Ai Kato, and Ayana Sakai
2002 Pikanchi Life is Hard Dakedo Happy Rentarō Futaba (Bon)
2004 Pikanchi Life Is Hard Dakara Happy
2005 Tokyo Tower Kōji
2007 Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru Yori Yūki Lead role with Nana Eikura
Kiiroi Namida Yūji Katsumada Lead role with Arashi members
2008 Kakushi Toride no San'akunin: The Last Princess Takezo Lead role with Masami Nagasawa
Hana Yori Dango Final Domyouji Tsukasa Lead role with Mao Inoue
2013 Girl in the Sunny Place / aka "Hidamari no Kanojo" Okuda Kosuke Lead role
2014 Pikanchi Life is Hard Tabun Happy Rentarō Futaba (Bon) Lead role with Arashi members
2017 Narratage Takashi Hayama Lead role
2021 99.9 Criminal Lawyer: The Movie Hiroto Miyama Lead role[67]

Stage

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Stand By Me Teddy
Kyo to Kyo
2004 West Side Story Bernardo
2005 East of Eden Carl Trask Lead role
2006 Byakuya no Valkyrie Sasuke Kūhibi Lead role
2011 Aa, Kōya Shinji Shinjuku Lead role

Awards and nominations

Year Organization Award Work Result
2002 33rd Television Drama Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Gokusen Won[26]
2005 47th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Hana Yori Dango Won[27]
2007 10th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Winter) Best Supporting Actor Hana Yori Dango 2 Won[29]
53rd Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor Bambino! Won[30]
11th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Spring) Best Actor Nominated[68]
2008 GQ Japan Men of the Year 2008 Awards GQ Man of the Year 2008[fn 1] Hana Yori Dango series Won[1][2]
2009 13th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Spring) Best Actor Smile Won[32]
61st Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor Nominated[69]
2010 VOCE Beauty Awards Grand Prix 2010 Best Beauty CM Award Kose Fasio "Mascara Liner" Won
14th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Summer) Best Actor Natsu no Koi wa Nijiiro ni Kagayaku Won
2012 72nd Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor Lucky Seven Won[70]
2014 Movie Plus Awards 2013 Best Actor Girl in the Sunny Place Won[71]
Best Couple (with Ueno Juri) Won
80th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor Shitsuren Chocolatier Won[72]
17th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Winter) Best Actor Won
2016 89th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor 99.9 Criminal Lawyer Nominated[73]
2016 TV Station Awards Best Actor Won
2018 21st Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Winter) Best Actor 99.9 Criminal Lawyer – Season II Won
96th Television Drama Academy Awards Best Actor Won[74]

Footnotes

  1. ^ Matsumoto was one of the six honorees for GQ Men of the Year 2008.[2]

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