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Jurina Matsui (松井 珠理奈, Matsui Jurina, born March 8, 1997) is a Japanese idol, actress and singer of the girl group SKE48 and a former concurrent member of AKB48. She is recognized as the group's absolute ace,[3] having placed in the top 10 in many of AKB48's annual general elections and winning the 2018 election. She debuted with SKE48's first generation group Team S when was 11 years old, and was soon appointed the center position on AKB48's single "Ōgoe Diamond", making her the first sister group member to participate and to center perform in AKB48's main single lineup. She continues to appear regularly on both SKE48 and AKB48's title track singles. She is managed by Irving.[4]

Jurina Matsui
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Matsui at the Tsugi no Ashiato Theater ver. Handshake and Photo Event May 3, 2014
Native name
松井 珠理奈
Born (1997-03-08) March 8, 1997 (age 22)
Other namesJyurina Matsui[1]
Occupation
Years active2008–present
AgentIrving[2]
Height163 cm (5 ft 4 in)
Musical career
GenresJ-pop
InstrumentsVocals
Associated acts
Signature
SKE48 Jurina Matsui's signature 20140527.jpg

Contents

CareerEdit

Matsui was born in Kasugai,[5] Aichi Prefecture. She was interested in singing since in nursery school then came to like dancing when she started to learn hip-hop dance around 3rd grade of primary school. Thinking singing and dancing are what idols do, she started aiming to become an idol.[6]

In 2008, as a sixth grader, Matsui auditioned with SKE48 and was chosen with 22 other participants to form the group's inaugural team, Team S, which debuted on October 5.[7] In the same year, at age 11, she took part in the recording of AKB48's single "Ōgoe Diamond" and was selected to be the center performer and cover girl for the single. It was the first time an AKB48 single would feature a member of a sister group.[7] She has since participated in numerous singles for both groups. In early 2012, following scandals in which members Natsumi Hirajima and Rumi Yonezawa had resigned from AKB48,[8] Matsui was added to AKB48 as a concurrent member.[8][9]

On March 25, 2009, at AKB48's concert at Saitama Super Arena, Matsui suddenly left in the middle of a song. She was diagnosed with "dizziness due to anemia, overwork" and was hospitalized for a few days. According to the event manager, in the past few months there had been reports of her poor physical condition, but she had stated that she "absolutely did not want a break".[10] AKB48's producer Yasushi Akimoto informed the group's fans that he had let her rest for an indefinite period of time.[11]

At the 2012 AKB48 general election to determine the lineup of their 27th single, Matsui placed ninth overall with 45,747 votes, the highest for an SKE48 member.[12][13] For the 28th single, "Uza", Matsui was selected to be the center performer along with top vote getter Yuko Oshima.[14][7] In the rock-paper-scissors tournament for the 29th single, she lost in the second round to Mariko Namamura.[7]

In the 2013 general election, she placed sixth overall with 77,170 votes.[15] In September 18, she won the rock-paper-scissors tournament to become the center performer for the group's 34th single.[16]

In the 2014 general election, she placed fourth overall with 90,910 votes.[17]

On October 21, 2015, Matsui's concurrent position in AKB48 Team K was terminated.[18]

In June 2016, it was revealed that Matsui would play the lead role in the horror drama scheduled for broadcast on TBS on July 13.[19] In the 2016 general elections, she placed third overall with 112,341 votes.[20]

In May 2018, Matsui was one of the two SKE48 members to participate in the South Korean competition show, Produce 48

[21], but stepped down after the crisis in 10th general election.

On June 16, at the concert in Nagoya Dome to announce the results of the AKB48 general election, Matsui collapsed on stage and had to be carried aside to rest before returning.[22] At the end of the night, it was announced that she had finished first overall in the election with 194,453 votes, and would become the center performer for AKB48's 53rd single.[23]

On July 7, SKE48 manager Yuasa Hiroshi released a statement that Matsui would halt all activities to take some time off to recover.[24] Mnet confirmed she was also withdrawing from Produce 48;[25] where she placed 13th in the voting results of the fifth episode with 329,455 votes.[26] She resumed her activities on September 6 and made a surprise appearance at the SKE48 Theater to announce her return.[27]

Because of her long hiatus, Matsui was unable to participate in recording of the song and music video of her winning single "Sentimental Train". She was temporarily replaced by storyboard and CG images in the unfinished version of the music video. On September 25th, the full version of both song and music video were released and could be downloaded by CD purchasers with serial numbers included in the CD.[28]

On April 6, 2019, Matsui started the broadcasting of her first regular radio program titled "Koe no Koibito Matsui Jurina desu supported by Simeji" on CBC Radio. The program airs every Saturday on 19:30 JST.[29]

Matsui made her comeback on TV drama by guest-starring TV Asahi's Emergency Interrogation Room as a female shogi player.[30]

On April 18, Matsui made her debut in stage play by playing Hamlet in Hamlet SKE48 ver. The stage play is culmination of acting challenges SKE48 members received from specialists on their variety TV show SKEBINGO!.[31]

Personal lifeEdit

Matsui is an only child.[32] In 2015, she and her mother Yumiko starred in a television commercial for Baitoru.[33] Matsui has two male toy poodle dogs named Koron and Lips.[citation needed]

AKB48 general election placementsEdit

Matsui's placements in AKB48's annual general election:

Edition Year Final rank Number of votes Position on single Single
1 2009 19 1,371 Main "Iiwake Maybe"
2 2010 10 12,168 Main (media senbatsu)[34] "Heavy Rotation"
3 2011 14 27,804 Main "Flying Get"
4 2012 9 45,747 Main "Gingham Check"
5 2013 6 77,170 Main[15] "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"
6 2014 4 90,910 Main "Kokoro no Placard"
7 2015 5 105,289 Main "Halloween Night"
8 2016 3 112,341 Main "Love Trip / Shiawase wo Wakenasai"
9 2017 3 113,615 Main "Sukinanda"
10 2018 1 194,453 Main, Center "Sentimental Train"

Stage unitsEdit

A listing of Matsui's participation in SKE48 and AKB48's theatre programs, called stages:

With SKE48Edit

Dates involved Program Unit songs
February 14, 2009October 16, 2009 SKE48 Team S 1st Stage: Party ga Hajimaru yo
  • "Skirt, Hirari" (1st unit)
  • "Hoshi no Ondo" (1st unit)
  • "Classmate" (2nd unit)
October 5, 2008February 8, 2009 SKE48 Team S 2nd Stage: Te wo Tsunaginagara
  • "Glory Days" (1st unit)
  • "Wimbledon e Tsuretette" (2nd unit)
October 25, 2009July 10, 2013 SKE48 Team S 3rd Stage: Seifuku no Me
  • "Omoide Ijou" (1st unit)
  • "Ookami to Pride" (2nd unit)
July 23, 2013April 21, 2014 SKE48 Team S 4th Stage: Reset
  • "Kiseki wa ma ni Awanai"
April 25, 2014June 7, 2016 SKE48 Team S 5th Stage: Seifuku no Me
  • "Onna no Ko no Dairokkan" (revival)
June 14, 2016–present SKE48 Team S 6th Stage: Kasaneta Ashiato
  • "Akai Pin Heel to Professor"
  • "Koppu no Naka no Komorebi"

With AKB48Edit

Dates involved Program Unit songs
June 1, 2012October 24, 2012 AKB48 Team K 6th Stage: Reset
  • "Kiseki wa ma ni Awanai"
November 1, 2012February 12, 2014 AKB48 Team K Waiting Stage
  • "Himawari" (1st unit)
  • "Candy" (2nd unit)
February 20, 2014April 16, 2014 AKB48 Team K Waiting Stage II: Saishuu Bell ga Naru
  • "Return Match" (revival)
May 7, 2014August 26, 2015 AKB48 Team K 7th Stage: Reset
  • "Gyakuten Oujisama" (revival)
November 30, 2015December 24, 2015 AKB48 Team K 8th Stage: Saishuu Bell ga Naru
  • "Gomen ne Jewel" (revival)

DiscographyEdit

Singles with SKE48Edit

Year No. Title Role[35] Notes
2009 1 "Tsuyoki Mono yo" A-side, Center Debut with Team S
2010 2 "Aozora Kataomoi" A-side, Center
3 " Gomen ne, SUMMER" A-side, Center
4 "1! 2! 3! 4! Yoroshiku!" A-side, Center Also sang on "Two Roses" and "Cosmos no Kioku"
2011 5 "Banzai Venus" A-side, Center Also sang on "Sotsugyoushiki no Wasuremono"
6 "Pareo wa Emerald" A-side, Center Also sang on "Tokimeki no Ashiato", "Hanabi wa Owaranai", and "Tsumiki no Jikan"
7 "Oki Doki" A-side, Center Also sang on "Bazooka Hō Hassha!", "Utaōyo, Bokutachi no Kōka", and "Hatsukoi no Fumikiri"
2012 8 "Kataomoi Finally" A-side, Center Also sang on "Hanikami Lollipop", "Kamoki no Tsuki", and "Kyō made no Koto, Korekara no koto"
9 "Aishite-love-ru!" A-side, Center
10 "Kiss Datte Hidarikiki" A-side, Center Also sang on "Kamigami no Ryouiki"
2013 11 "Choco no Dorei" A-side, Center Also sang on "Darkness"
12 "Utsukushii Inazuma" A-side, Center Also sang on "Jyuri-Jyuri Baby"
13 "Sansei Kawaii!" A-side, Center Also sang on "Michi wa Naze Tsuzuku no ka" and "Zutto Zutto Saki no Kyou"
2014 14 "Mirai to wa?" A-side, Center Also sang on "Galaxy of Dreams" and "Neko no Shippo ga Pin to Tatteru you ni"
15 "Bukiyō Taiyō" A-side, Center Also sang on "Houkago Race" and "Tomodachi no Mama de"
2015 16 "12 Gatsu no Kangaroo" A-side Also sang on "Kesenai Honō" and "I love Aichi"
17 "Coquettish Jūtai Chū" A-side, Center Also sang on "Dirty" and "Boku wa Shitteiru"
18 "Maenomeri" A-side Also sang on "Sutekina Zaiakukan"
2016 19 "Chicken LINE" A-side, Center Also sang on "Kanojo ga Iru", "Tabi no Tochū", and "Bōenkyō no Nai Tenmondai"
20 "Kin no Ai, Gin no Ai" A-side, Center Also sang on "Happy Rankings" and "Konya wa Shake it!"
2017 21 "Igai ni Mango" A-side Also sang on "Party ni wa Ikitakunai" and "Kiseki no Ryuuseigun"
2018 22 "Muishiki no Iro" A-side Also sang on "Hanshateki Through", "Yoake no Coyote", and "We're Growing Up"
23 "Ikinari Punch Line" A-side, Center Also sang on "Parting Shot" and "Hana no Kaori no Symphony"
24 "Stand by you" A-side, Center Marked as 10th Anniversary single. Also sang on "Kogoeru Mae ni" and "Jimotomintachi yo".

Sub-unit singlesEdit

Unit name Title Date released Notes
Love Crescendo "Koppu no Naka no Komorebi" November 25, 2015 Also sang on Otanoshimi wa ashita kara"

Singles with AKB48Edit

Matsui has participated 44 times in the main lineup of AKB48's singles and became the center in 6 of them.

Year No. Title Role[36] Notes
2008 10 "Ōgoe Diamond" A-side, Center She was the first member from an AKB48 sister group to participate in the main single. She was also the center and appeared as the cover girl on the regular edition.[7][14]
Also sang on "109 (Marukyuu)"
2009 11 "10nen Sakura" A-side, Center Shared Center with Atsuko Maeda.[36] Also sang on "Sakurairo no Sora no Shita de"
12 "Namida Surprise!" A-side
13 "Iiwake Maybe" A-side Ranked 19th in 2009 General Election.
14 "RIVER" A-side
2010 15 "Sakura no Shiori" A-side Also sang on "Majisuka Rock'n'Roll"
16 "Ponytail to Shushu" A-side Also sang on "Majijo Teppen Blues"
17 "Heavy Rotation" A-side Ranked 10th in 2010 General Election.[34] Also sang on "Yasai Sisters".
18 "Beginner" A-side
2011 20 "Sakura no Ki ni Narō" A-side
21 "Everyday, Katyusha" A-side Also sang on "Yankee Soul"
22 "Flying Get" A-side Ranked 14th in 2011 General Election.
Also sang on "Seishun to Kizukanai Mama" and "Yasai Uranai"
23 "Kaze wa Fuiteiru" A-side
24 "Ue kara Mariko" B-side Sang on "Noel no Yoru"
2012 25 " GIVE ME FIVE!" A-side Played a KORG Wavedrum in the main lineup called Baby Blossom.[40][41]
Also sang on "New Ship" as Special Girls A
26 "Manatsu no Sounds Good!" A-side First single as a concurrent member of SKE48 Team S and AKB48 Team K.
27 "Gingham Check" A-side Ranked 9th in 2012 General Election. Also sang on "Yume no Kawa"
28 "UZA" A-side, Center Center along with Yuko Oshima[7][42] Also sang on "Scrap & Build"
29 "Eien Pressure" B-side Did not sing on title track; lineup was determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament.[7]
Sang on "Tsuyogari Tokei" and "Watashitachi no Reason"
2013 30 "So Long!" A-side Also sang on "Yuuhi Marie"
31 "Sayonara Crawl" A-side Also sang on "How Come"
32 "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" A-side Ranked 6th in 2013 General Election.[15][43]
Also sang on "Sagio no Door" and "Namida no Sei Janai"
33 "Heart Electric" A-side Sang on title track with English nickname Caroline.[44][45] Also sang on "Sasameyuki Regret"
34 "Suzukake Nanchara" A-side, Center Acquired center position by winning the 2013 rock-paper-scissors tournament.[16]
Also sang on "Escape"
2014 35 "Mae Shika Mukanee" A-side
36 "Labrador Retriever" A-side Also sang on "Itoshiki Rival" and "Kyou Made no Melody"
37 "Kokoro no Placard" A-side Ranked 4th in 2014 General Election.
38 "Kibouteki Refrain" A-side Also sang on "Hajimete no Drive"
2015 39 "Green Flash" A-side Also sang on "Hakimono to Kasa no Monogatari" and "Sekai ga Naiteru nara"
40 "Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai" A-side Also sang on "Kimi ni Dai-ni Shō"
41 "Halloween Night" A-side Ranked 5th in 2015 General Election.
Also sang on "Ippome Ondo", "Yankee Machine Gun", and "Gunzō"
42 "Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby" A-side Last single as a member of AKB48 Team K.
Also sang on "356 Nichi no Kamihikōki", "Oneesan no Hitorigoto", and "Senaka Kotoba"
2016 43 "Kimi wa Melody" A-side Also sang on "Gonna Jump" and "Mazariau Mono"
44 "Tsubasa wa Iranai" A-side
45 "LOVE TRIP / Shiawase wo Wakenasai" A-side Ranked 3rd in 2016 General Election. Also sang on "Hikari to Kage no Hibi" and "Black Flower"
46 "High Tension" A-side
2017 47 "Shoot Sign" A-side Also sang on "Vacancy" and "Dare no Koto wo Ichiban Aishiteru?"
48 "Negaigoto no Mochigusare" A-side, Center Shared Center with Sakura Miyawaki. Also sang on "Tenmetsu Pheromone"
49 "#SukiNanda" A-side Ranked 3rd in 2017 General Election. Also sang on "Give Up wa Shinai"
50 "11gatsu no Anklet" A-side Also sang on "Yaban na Kyuuai"
2018 51 "Jabaja" A-side Also sang on "Ai no Moake" and "Kokkyo no Nai Jidai"
52 "Teacher Teacher" A-side
53 "Sentimental Train" A-side, Center Acquired center position by winning 2018 General Election.[46]
2019 55 "Jiwaru Days" A-side

Sub-unit singlesEdit

Unit name Title Date released Notes
AKBIdoling!!! "Chuu Shiyouze!" April 1, 2009 Collaboration with idol group Idoling!!!.
Also sang on "Chuu Shiyouze!" and "Moteki no Uta"
NyaaKB with Tsuchinoko Panda "Idol wa Uunyanya no Ken" April 8, 2015 For anime Youkai Watch.
Also sang on "Idol wa Uunyanya no Ken" and "Fukochu no Saiwai Shoujo"

Other original songsEdit

Title Date released Notes
"Sugar Rush" October 30, 2012 The original soundtrack of Wreck-It Ralph
"Tenohira ga Kataru Koto" March 8, 2013 Charity single

Albums with SKE48Edit

Title Date Released Non-single tracks contributed Notes
Kono Hi no Chime o Wasurenai September 19, 2012
  • "Hula Hoop de GO! GO! GO!" - Team S
  • "Sunenagara, Ame…" - Selection 8
  • "Beginner" - Team S
Kakumei no Oka February 22, 2017
  • "Natsu yo, Isoge!" - Senbatsu
  • "Rifle Girl" - Love Crescendo
  • "Zero Base"
  • "Horizon" - Aichi Toyota Senbatsu
  • "Hana Uranai" (Solo)
Matsui is the lyricist of "Hana Uranai"

Albums with AKB48Edit

Title Date Released Non-single tracks contributed Notes
Koko ni Ita Koto June 8, 2011
  • "Wagamama Collection"
  • "Koko ni Ita Koto"
1830m August 15, 2012
  • "Iede no Yoru" - Team K
  • "Itsuka Mita Umi no Soko" - Up-and-coming Girls
  • "Aozora yo Sabishikunai Ka?"
Tsugi no Ashiato January 22, 2014
  • "After Rain"
  • "Watashi Leaf"
  • "Ponkotsu Blues" - Majisuka Gakuen 3 cast
  • "Kyōhansha" - Team K
Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe! January 21, 2015
  • "Ai no Sonzai"
  • "Conveyor" - Team K
  • "Akai Pin Heel to Professor" (Solo)
"Akai Pin Heel to Professor" is Matsui's first solo song
0 to 1 no Aida November 18, 2015
  • "Toy Poodle to Kimi no Monogatari"
  • "Ai no Shisha" - Team K
"Toy Poodle to Kimi no Monogatari" is a duet with Haruka Shimazaki
Thumbnail January 25, 2017
  • "Baguette"
With Mayu Watanabe and Sakura Miyawaki
Bokutachi wa, Ano Hi no Yoake wo Shitteiru January 24, 2018
  • "Kutsuhimo no Musubikata"
  • "Mystery Line"

AppearancesEdit

MoviesEdit

Year Title Role Director Source
2011 Waya! Uchuu Ichi no Osekkai Daisakusen Sanae Yo Kohatsu [47]
2014 Lady Maiko Fukuna Masayuki Suo [48]
2015 Furiko Koharu Hasegawa Norihino Takenaga [49]

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Network Notes Source
2010 Majisuka Gakuen Center TV Tokyo Episode 2 & 6
2011 Mousō Deka Mousō Deka Tōkai TV Main role [50]
Majisuka Gakuen 2 Center TV Tokyo Main role [51]
2012 Blackboard: Jidai to Tatakatta Kyōshitachi Manami Hirokawa TBS Episode: "Yume" [52]
Majisuka Gakuen 3 Nobunaga TV Tokyo Episode 6-12 [53]
2013 So Long! Tsubasa Kurabayashi NTV Episode 2 [54]
2014 Kagi no Kakatta Heya Special Haruka Kiryū Fuji TV [55][56]
2015 Majisuka Gakuen 4 Center NTV Episode 9 [57]
Majisuka Gakuen 5 Center NTV and Hulu 7 episodes [58]
2016 AKB Horror Night: Adrenaline's Night Reina TV Asahi Episode 33 "Tunnel" [59]
Watashi Kekkon Dekinainjanakute, Shinaindesu young Miyabi Tachibana TBS 10 episodes [60]
Shihei: Death Cash Yuka Minami Main role [61]
Crow's Blood Shinobu Matsumura Hulu Supporting role [62][63]
AKB Love Night: Love Factory Maiko Okabe TV Asahi Episode 39 "Love Ban" [64][65]
Cabasuka Gakuen Center (Kurage) NTV Main role [66][67]
Genroku Nau 〜Owari Hanshi 8882-nichi no Tweet〜 Narrator NHK General TV Historical documentary [68]
2017 Tofu Pro-Wrestling Matsui Jurina / Hollywood Jurina TV Asahi Main role [69][70]
2018 Produce 48 Herself (Contestant) Mnet Eps. 1-5 [25]
2019 Emergency Interrogation Room Season 3 Hinako Tachibana TV Asahi Eps. 2 [30]

Stage playEdit

Year Title Role Note Source
2019 Hamlet Hamlet SKE48 ver. [71]

Radio hostingEdit

Year Title Station Ref.
2019-present Koe no Koibito Matsui Jurina desu supported by Simeji CBC [72]

CommercialsEdit

BibliographyEdit

MagazinesEdit

PhotobooksEdit

# Title Release date Charts Publisher
JP
Oricon
PB

JP
Oricon
Books
1 Jurina: Jurina Matsui First Photo Book
松井珠理奈ファースト写真集 「Jurina」
ISBN 9784087807677[79]
September 9, 2015 1[80] 6[81] Shueisha

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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