Daiki Arioka

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Daiki Arioka
Native name
有岡 大貴
Born (1991-04-15) April 15, 1991 (age 27)
Origin Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Genres Japanese Pop, R&B, Electropop, Dance-pop, Electronic, Hip hop, Dance, Electronic dance
Occupation(s)
  • Idol
  • singer
  • actor
  • tarento
  • model
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2003 – present
Labels Johnny & Associates, J Storm
Associated acts

Daiki Arioka(有岡 大貴,Arioka Daiki, born April 15, 1991) is a Japanese idol, actor, tarento, model and singer as well as member of Hey! Say! JUMP. [1] [2] He is under the management of Johnny & Associates.

Tarento (タレント) are celebrities who regularly appear in mass media in Japan, especially television. The term is a gairaigo word – a borrowed foreign language word – derived from the English word talent, and has a connotation of "famous for being famous". During the Golden Age of Hollywood, bankable stars in America were described as talents, and were distinguished from production crews, which were seen as having more technical than charismatic talents. In Japan the concept of tarento may approximate the English term celebrity, including the nuance that the fame of a Tarento may or may not be based upon specific accomplishments and abilities.

Hey! Say! JUMP is a nine-member Japanese boy band under the Japanese talent agency Johnny & Associates. The name "Hey! Say!" refers to the fact that all the members were born in the Heisei period, and JUMP is an acronym for "Johnny's ultra music power."

Johnny & Associates Japanese talent agency

Johnny & Associates is a Japanese talent agency, formed by Johnny Kitagawa in 1962, which trains and promotes groups of male entertainers known as Johnny's.

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Career

On June 2, 2003, he joined Johnny & Associates as a trainee. As a Johnny's Jr., he was a member of J.J.Express. However, before he became a part of Johnny & Associates, he was a member of Junes Project.[ citation needed ]

When he was fourteen in 2005, he played Toru Sonobe in the drama Engine with his Johnny's senior Takuya Kimura of SMAP.[ citation needed ]

Takuya Kimura, also known as Kimutaku, is a Japanese actor, singer, radio personality. He is regarded as a Japanese icon after achieving success as an actor. He was also a popular member of SMAP, one of the best-selling boy bands in Asia.

SMAP Japanese boy band

SMAP was a Japanese boy band, composed of Masahiro Nakai, Takuya Kimura, Goro Inagaki, Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, and Shingo Katori. The group was created in 1988 by music producer Johnny Kitagawa, founder of Johnny & Associates, originally as a six-piece with Katsuyuki Mori, until his departure from the band in 1996. After making their debut in 1991, the group took the Japanese entertainment industry by storm, becoming the most successful boy band in Japanese history and the bestselling band in Asia, often referred to as a "national treasure" and a "fortune and property of the country" in Japan.

On April 3, 2007, he joined the temporary group Hey! Say! 7, with soon to be fellow members of Hey! Say! JUMP, Yuya Takaki, Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen, starting with a public performance at KAT-TUN's 2007 Cartoon KAT-TUN II You concert.[ citation needed ]

Yuya Takaki is a Japanese idol, songwriter, actor, dancer and member of Hey! Say! JUMP. He is currently under the management of Johnny & Associates. He was born in Ibaraki, Osaka and resides in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area.

Ryosuke Yamada is a Japanese idol, actor, singer, and a member of Hey! Say! JUMP.

Yuto Nakajima is a Japanese idol, actor, dancer, model, and singer of Hey! Say! JUMP. He played Koji Kiritani in the 2005 Japanese television drama, Nobuta wo Produce.

On September 21, 2007, he began performing as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP.[ citation needed ]

In October 2008, he acted in the drama Sensei wa Erai! as Takekura Rin, along with other Hey! Say! JUMP members; Ryosuke Yamada, Yuto Nakajima and Yuri Chinen.[ citation needed ]

Yuri Chinen, is a Japanese idol, actor, voice actor, dancer, and singer as well as member of Hey! Say! JUMP. He is under the management of Johnny & Associates.

In the same year, he was in the drama called Scrap Teacher: Kyoushi Saisei, as Irie Sugizou. With the Hey! Say! JUMP members that played alongside him in Sensei wa Erai!.[ citation needed ]

Discography

Songs

Concerts

For Hey! Say! JUMP or Hey! Say! BEST-related concerts, please see Hey! Say! JUMP.

Filmography

Self

Movies

Drama

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