Ryosuke Yamada

Ryosuke Yamada (Japanese: 山田 涼介, Hepburn: Yamada Ryōsuke, born May 9, 1993) is a Japanese singer and actor. He is a member of Hey! Say! JUMP.[1]

Ryosuke Yamada
山田 涼介
Yamada Ryosuke (cropped).jpg
Yamada at Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival of 2017
Born (1993-05-09) May 9, 1993 (age 27)
Tokyo, Japan
EducationHorikoshi High School
  • Singer
  • actor
Years active2004–present
Height164 cm (5 ft 4 12 in)
Musical career
InstrumentsVocals, Saxophone
Associated acts
Japanese name
Kanji山田 涼介
Hiraganaやまだ りょうすけ

Yamada came to prominence as a teen idol in 2007 following his role in the Japanese television series Tantei Gakuen Q. After launching his music career in 2007 as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP, he released his number one debut solo single, "Mystery Virgin" in 2013. The fact that Yamada was in his teens at the time the single reached number one helped the singer set several records in the Japanese music industry and Yamada achieved wide fame as a solo artist. He became the first teenage male artist in thirty three years to have a number one debut single as well as being one of the only two artists in history to achieve this milestone.[2]

As an actor, he is best known for portraying Hajime Kindaichi in the Kindaichi Case Files[3] live action drama franchise and Nagisa Shiota in the Assassination Classroom[4] live action adaptation movie franchise. He also plays Edward Elric in the live-action film Fullmetal Alchemist, which was released on December 1, 2017.[5]

Yamada's portrayal of Shiota Nagisa in Assassination Classroom (2015) earned him the Japan Academy Award for Newcomers of the Year in 2016[6] and his role as Semi in Grasshopper (2015) won him the Rookie Actor of the Year in Japan Film Critics Award 2016.[7]


2004–2005: Career beginningsEdit

Yamada began his career as an entertainer after entering Johnny & Associates at the age of 10. His mother, who was a fan of KinKi Kids, sent an application for an audition which recruited trainees for future male idols. The audition took place during the summer of 2004 and was aired in a segment of a Japanese television program, Ya-Ya-yah. Yamada made his first television appearance in August.

He began working as a backup dancer for Tackey & Tsubasa, NEWS, Kanjani8, and KAT-TUN and appeared regularly on Shounen Club from autumn 2004.

2006–2007: Tantei Gakuen Q and Hey! Say! JUMPEdit

Following his success as a dancer, he began acting. In 2006, he made his acting debut in a 2-hour television live action drama, Tantei Gakuen Q SP, as Ryu Amakusa.

In April 2007, he was selected to be a member of a temporary group, Hey! Say! 7.[8] The group made their CD debut on August 1, 2007, with a number-one single "Hey! Say!".[8] The band was created by Johnny Kitagawa and it was stated at the time that it would be active for six months until September 2007.

From July 2007, a three-month series of Tantei Gakuen Q was launched and Yamada played Ryu Amakusa again as he did in the prequel. The series became a major hit, and Yamada came to prominence and began receiving wide fame as an actor.

In September 2007, Hey! Say! 7 expanded. Johnny & Associates announced that the new group, Hey! Say! JUMP, would be launched. Yamada was selected as one of the ten (now nine) members. He debuted on November 14, 2007 with a number one single "Ultra Music Power".[9]

2008–2009: Acting and NYC BoysEdit

In 2008, Yamada furthered his acting career. From January to March 2008, he starred in a three-month long television drama series, One-Pound Gospel with Kazuya Kamenashi. On April 12, he played a main role in a two-hour drama episode, Sensei wa Erai, as Hayato Gunjou.

On June 14, he played the main role in Furuhata Chuugakusei, the sequel to Furuhata Ninzaburo, a Japanese drama series aired since 1994.[citation needed]

From October to December 2008, he played the main role, Toichi Takasugi, in a three-month long television drama series, Scrap Teacher, along with Daiki Arioka, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen.[10]

In June 2009, it was announced that Yamada would be working as the lead singer of temporary group, NYC Boys.[11] The band debuted with a number one single, "NYC". On December 31, 2009, the band appeared on Kohaku Uta Gassen.[12]

In the summer of 2009, Yamada returned to acting and starred in Niini no koto o Wasurenaide, a two-hour television drama episode aired as a segment of an annual television show, 24 Hour Television.[citation needed]

On October 3, 2009, he played the main role in Hidarime Tantei Eye SP.[13]

2010–2012: NYC, The Smurfs, Perfect Son and Johnny's WorldEdit

From January 2010, Hidarime Tantei EYE became a three-month long television series and Yamada once again played the main role.[14] His bandmate Yuma Nakayama guest starred in the first two episodes. Hey! Say! JUMP's sixth single "Hitomi no Screen" was used as the theme song for the series.

In March 2010, it was announced that Yamada and two other leading members of NYC boys would form a new group called NYC, leaving behind the remaining four members.[15] NYC released a number one single "Yuuki 100%" on April 7, 2010.[15] From this point on, Yamada began performing as a singer of two groups, Hey! Say! JUMP and NYC.

In September 2011, he played the voice of Clumsy in the Japanese-dubbed version of the film The Smurfs.[16] Hey! Say! JUMP's ninth single, "Magic Power", was used as the theme song for the film.

In 2012, Yamada returned to acting for the first time in two years. He played the main role in Yamada Akiyoshi Monogatari, which was aired on January 2.[17] It was his first time to star in a period drama. From January to March, he starred in a 3-month long television series, Perfect Son, with actress Kyōka Suzuki.[18] Hey! Say! JUMP's 9th single "SUPER DELICATE" was used as the theme song for the series.

From November 2012 to January 2013, he played the lead role in a musical, Johnny's World. For the musical, Yamada performed tight-rope walking every day for three months in each show.[19]

2013–2014: "Mystery Virgin" and Kindaichi Case FilesEdit

On January 9, 2013, he made his solo debut with a number one single, "Mystery Virgin".[20] The fact that Yamada was in his teens at the time when the single reached number one helped him set several new records in the Japanese music industry. The single debuted at number one in its debut week on the Oricon chart, making him the first teenage male artist in thirty-three years to have a number one debut single as well as being one of the only two artists in history to achieve this milestone.[2]

On January 12, 2013, he starred in a two-hour television special for, Kinda'ichi Shōnen no Jikenbo titled Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo Hong Kong Kowloon Zaihou Satsujin Jiken (The Hong Kong Kowloon Treasure Murder Case).[21][22] He played the main role as Hajime Kindaichi. The show was created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Japanese broadcasting company, NTV.[23] Yamada's Mystery Virgin was used as the theme song for the show.

It was later revealed that Shin Kibayashi, writer of the Kindaichi series and Tantei Gakuen Q had envisioned creating a new Kindaichi series with Yamada as Hajime Kindaichi for almost five years. They met on set while filming Tantei Gakuen Q in 2006 and 2007. After filming the show, Kibayashi asked Yamada in person if he could play the role of Kindaichi in the future, for Yamada was only 14 years old at the time, too young to play the role of a high school student.[24]

In early 2014, Ryosuke Yamada reprised his role as Kindaichi and starred in another special titled Kindaichi Shonen no Jiken bo Gokumonjuku Satsujin Jiken (The Prison School Murder Case).[25]

After the specials, Ryosuke was then approached to continue starring as Kindaichi for a new serial drama for the Kindaichi series. The new series will be titled Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo N (neo) and started airing in July 2014.[26]

2015: Movie debut and 24 Hour TelevisionEdit

In March 2015, Yamada made his movie debut as the hero, Shiota Nagisa, in the live-action movie adaptation of the popular manga, Assassination Classroom. The movie was a major hit, topping the box office of Japan on its first opening week.

In August 2015, Hey! Say! JUMP was chosen as the TV personality of NTV's annual 24 Hour Television, which was a program to raise awareness for all the people that are going through hard times, alongside another Johnny's group, V6. Yamada portrayed the hero, Ryohei Sasaki, in the 24 Hour Television drama special called Okaasan, Ore Wa Daijoubu, along with other Johnny's members Takahisa Masuda and Yoshihiko Inohara as cast members. He portrayed a high school student who's passionate about soccer, but suffers from a brain tumor. For the role, Yamada lost 6 kg within just a week.

Yamada was cast in another movie that was released on November 9 called Grasshopper along with Toma Ikuta. The movie was ranked number two on its opening week. Yamada received positive reviews due to his acting as a knife-wielding assassin in this movie, including from his veteran co-stars, Toma Ikuta, Tadanobu Asano, and Jun Murakami.[27]

2016–present: Continuous Movie Successes & Acting RecognitionsEdit

Early 2016, Yamada won the Newcomer of the Year category in the 39th Japan Academy Prize for his portrayal of Nagisa Shiota in Assassination Classroom, and Rookie actor of the year in Japan Movie Critics Award for his portrayal of Semi in Grasshopper.[28]

On May 24, 2016, it was announced that Yamada would star as Edward Elric in the Fullmetal Alchemist live-action movie scheduled for release in 2017.[29]

Yamada was cast as the lead to the fall drama of Fuji TV's getsu 9 (prime-time slot), Cain and Abel. It aired in October 2016. It is Yamada's first drama with a romantic love angle, and he is also the first Heisei born from Johnny's to star in a getsu 9. The story is adapted from the Bible's Old Testament, and it is also a remake of the US classic film, East of Eden starring James Dean. Yamada plays a salaryman who falls in love with his brother's girlfriend and is hungry for the affection of his father.[30] For his role in this drama, Yamada was a runner up of Best Leading Actor in the Autumn TV Drama Academy Award 2016. He was also the youngest person to be nominated in the lead actor category that season.[31]

On December 2, 2016, Yamada was cast to lead a movie titled Miracles of the Namiya General Store based on the best-selling novel of the same name by an award-winning writer, Higashino Keigo. The novel was claimed to be one of Higashino's best works. It tells the story of two people living in different eras (1980 and 2012) which will be connected by a letter, a story depicting human bonds and miracles. Yamada will portray a delinquent who stumbles upon a mysterious store that leads to several events that changes his life. The movie will be directed by Ryuichi Hiroki, filming expected to start January 2017 and is slated for Autumn 2017 release.[32]

Yamada's performance in the "Miracles of the Namiya General Store" received generally positive reviews. His co-star Nishida Toshiyuki praised Yamada's performance and said he is the Japanese version of James Dean and wrote a special letter for Yamada appreciating his acting. The movie was nominated for 6 different categories at the 41st Japan Academy Award, including best picture and best director.[33]

Both Namiya and Fullmetal Alchemist debuted at number 1 in Japan Box Office for its opening weekend. Yamada's performance as Atsuya in Namiya and Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist earn him the Newcomer Actor Award at the 91st Kinema Junpo Award, making him the second Johnny's talent to achieve this award after Ikuta Toma.[34]

Yamada was cast as the lead to the NTV Saturday 10p.m drama for the winter of 2018, with the title Momikeshite Fuyu, a family comedy drama that tells the story of 3 elite siblings of a doctor, a lawyer, and a police officer who struggles to cover up scandals related to their family. Yamada plays the youngest child, an elite Police Officer, graduated from the University of Tokyo, who struggles to be accepted by his family under the shadows of his older siblings. The series premiered on January 13, 2018 with a solid rating of 13.3%.[35]



Release date Title Peak position Sales Certification
January 9, 2013 "Mystery Virgin" 1 219,871[36]
May 22, 2019 "Oh! my darling"
(double A-side with "Lucky-Unlucky" by Hey! Say! JUMP)
1 199,436[37]

Music videoEdit

Year Song Artist
2005 "Seishun Amigo" Shuuji to Akira
2006 "Venus" Tackey & Tsubasa
"Fever to Future" Kitty GYM
2013 "Mystery Virgin" Ryosuke Yamada
2019 "Oh! my darling"


Year Album / Song Artist Credit
2010 JUMP No. 1 / "Shinku" Hey! Say! JUMP Writer
2012 JUMP World / "Hana Egao" Hey! Say! 7
2013 "Gin no Sekai ni Negai o Komete" Ryosuke Yamada
2014 S3ART / "Candle" Hey! Say! JUMP
2015 JUMPing CAR / "Sangatsu Juuyokka~Tokei" Keito Okamoto, Ryosuke Yamada


Year Release date Title
2006 February 15 Endless Shock
August 30 Takizawa Hideaki Arigato 2005 Sayonara
2007 July 18 Takizawa Enbujo
2008 January 23 One! The History of Tackey
September 3 One-Pound Gospel
December 3 Furuhata Chugakusei: Shogai Saisho no Jiken
2009 March 4 Tantei Gakuen Q
April 22 Scrap Teacher: Kyoshi Saisei
October 28 Niini no koto Wasurenaide
2010 March 17 Hidarime Tantei Eye SP
May 26 Hidarime Tantei Eye
2012 February 3 The Smurfs
July 18 Perfect Son
2013 March 13 Kindaichi Case Files Neo
2015 September 25 Assassination Classroom
December 23 Okaasan Ore wa Daijoubu
2016 April 28 Grasshopper
March 25 Assassination Classroom: Graduation
2017 May 10 Cain and Abel


For Hey! Say! JUMP-related appearances, see Hey! Say! JUMP.


Year Title Broadcast Role Notes
2006 Tantei Gakuen Q SP[38] NTV Ryu Amakusa Supporting role; TV movie
2007 Tantei Gakuen Q[38] Supporting role; 3-month long series; sequel to the TV movie
2008 One-Pound Gospel[39] Katsumi Mukoda Supporting role; 3-month long series
Sensei wa Erai![40] Hayato Gunjou Main role; TV movie
Furuhata Chugakusei[41] Fuji TV Ninzaburo Furuhata
Scrap Teacher: Kyoushi Saisei[42] NTV Toichi Takasugi Main role; 3-month long series
2009 Niini no koto Wasurenaide[43] Yuji Kawai Supporting role; TV movie
Hidarime Tantei EYE SP[44] Ainosuke Tanaka Main role; TV movie
2010 Hidarime Tantei Eye[44] Main role; 3-month long series; sequel
2012 Yamada Akiyoshi Monogatari[45] TBS Akiyoshi Yamada Main role; TV movie
Perfect Son[46] NTV Daichi Suzuki Main role; 3-month long series
2013 Kindaichi Case Files SP 1[47] Hajime Kindaichi Main role; TV movie
Kyou no hi wa Sayonara[48] Nobuo Harada Supporting role; TV movie
2014 Kindaichi Case Files SP 2[49] Hajime Kindaichi Main role; TV movie; sequel
Kindaichi Case Files Neo[50] Main role; 3-month long series; sequel
Hell Teacher Nube[51] Zekki Guest appearance; episode 9
2015 Okaasan, Ore wa Daijoubu[52] Sasaki Ryohei Main role; TV movie
2016 Cain and Abel[53] Fuji TV Yū Takada Main role; 3-month long series
2018 The Kitazawas: We Mind Our Own Business[54] NTV Kitazawa Shusaku


Year Title Role Notes
2011 The Smurfs[55] Clumsy (voice) Japanese dub
2015 Assassination Classroom[56] Nagisa Shiota Lead role
Grasshopper[57] Semi/Cicada
2016 Assassination Classroom: Graduation[58] Nagisa Shiota Lead role
2017 Miracles of the Namiya General Store Atsuya Lead role
Fullmetal Alchemist[59] Edward Elric Lead role
2020 The Memory Eraser[60] Ryoichi Yoshimori Lead role
Baragaki: Unbroken Samurai[61] Okita Sōji
TBA Dai-Kaijū no Atoshimatsu Arata Obinata Lead role


Year Title Broadcast
2004–2007 Ya-Ya-yah TV Tokyo
2004–2013 The Shounen Club NHK
2006–2007 You Tachi! NTV
2007–2008 Heisei Families
2008–2009 Show wa Heisei
2011–2013 Yan Yan JUMP TV Tokyo
2009–present School Kakumei! NTV
2015–present Little Tokyo Life TV Tokyo
2015–present Itadaki High JUMP Fuji TV


For post-debut tours, see Hey! Say! JUMP.


Year Month Artist Title
2004 August NEWS, KAT-TUN Summary of Johnny's World
December–January 2005 KAT-TUN Live Kaizokuban Tour
2005 March Spring 05 Looking Concert
March Ya-Ya-yah Spring Yokohama Arena Concert
May–June KAT-TUN Looking 05 Tour
July–September NEWS, Ya-Ya-yah Johnny's Theater Summary Digest
August KAT-TUN Looking 2005ing Concert
December Hideaki Takizawa Arigato 2005 Sayonara Concert
2006 August Johnny's Jr. Daiboken Concert
September–October You-tachi no Ongaku Daiundokai Tour
December Tackey & Tsubasa Christmas Concert
2007 January Johnny's Jr. Kingashinnen Johnny's Jr. Daishugo Concert
February–April NEWS Concert Tour
April–June KAT-TUN cartoon KAT-TUN II You Tour
August Johnny's Jr. Daiboken Concert
September Hey Say 07 in Yokohama Arena Concert


Year Month Lead role Title Notes
2005 January–February Koichi Domoto Endless Shock
2006 January KAT-TUN, Kanjani8 DREAM BOYS
March–April Hideaki Takizawa Takizawa Enbujyo
September One!-the history of Tackey-
2010 April–May Takizawa Kabuki Guest appearance
2012–2013 November–January Hey! Say! JUMP Johnny's World Lead role


Year Award Category Nominated Work Result
2016 40th Hochi Film Awards Best New Artist Assassination Classroom (live-action) and Grasshopper Nominated
39th Japan Academy Prize[62] Newcomers of the Year Assassination Classroom (live-action) Won
25th Japan Movie Critics Award[63] Rookie Actor of the Year Grasshopper Won
2017 91st Television Drama Academy Award[64] Best Actor in a Leading Role Cain and Abel Nominated
2018 91st Kinema Junpo Award[65] Best Newcomer Actor The Miracles of the Namiya General Store & Fullmetal Alchemist (live-action) Won


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