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Mai Satoda
里田 まい
Background information
Birth name 里田 舞
Also known as Maichin
Born March 29, 1984 (1984-03-29) (age 25)
Origin Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan
Genres Japanese pop
Occupations Singer
Years active 2000–present
Labels Zetima
Associated acts Country Musume, Ongaku Gatas, Pabo, Romans, Hello! Project Akagumi, Sexy 8, 7Air, H.P. All Stars, Elegies
Website Hello! Project.com

Mai Satoda (里田 まい Satoda Mai ?, real name 里田 舞, born March 29, 1984) is a member of the Hello! Project group Country Musume.

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Biography

Satoda was discovered during the Morning Musume 4th Generation Auditions in 2000. She is also a member of Hello! Project's futsal team, Gatas Brilhantes H.P. She has released one self-titled solo photobook and also a single, "Oyaji no Kokoro ni Tomotta Сhīsana Hi" (オヤジの心に灯った小さな火 ?) with the comedian duo, Fujioka Fujimaki.

In early 2007 Satoda was added to the unit Pabo (Korean: 바보, fool) along with Suzanne and Yukina Kinoshita, created by the Fuji TV's quiz show Quiz! Hexagon II.[1] The group released the single "Koi no Hexagon", used as the show's closing theme. She was later added to the group Ongaku Gatas.

Discography and releases

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Singles

  1. "Oyaji no Kokoro ni Tomotta Chīsana Hi" (オヤジの心に灯った小さな火 ?, with Fujioka Fujimaki, released May 23, 2007)
  2. "Mou sugu Christmas" (もうすぐクリスマス ?, with Gōda Kyōdai, released November 12, 2008)
  3. "Bye-Bye" (バイバイ ?, with Gōda Kyōdai, released January 14, 2009)
  4. "Don't leave me" (with Gōda Kazoku, released June 17, 2009)

In Pabo

  1. "Koi no Hexagon" (恋のヘキサゴン ?, released September 26, 2007)

In Aladdin

  1. "Hi wa,Mata Noboru" (陽は、また昇る ?, released July 30, 2008)

Photobooks

  1. Satoda Mai (里田まい ?, released October 4, 2003)
  2. My Life (released March 21, 2007)
  3. Mai-Thai (released December 26, 2007)

References

  1. ^ "Pabo - Crunchyroll". Crunchyroll. http://www.crunchyroll.com/library/Pabo. Retrieved December 11, 2008.  

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