|Birth name||大塚 愛 (Ōtsuka Ai)|
|Also known as||Ai Otsuka|
|Born||September 9, 1982|
|Labels||Locomusic (a division of the Avex Music Group (AMG))|
Love(ラブ) (stylized as LOVE) is a fictional female bunny character and singer created by Japanese singer Ai Otsuka. Love was to star in an album originally titled I canChu♥ and a promotional music video from I canChu♥, but the release was changed to a single and titled " Love no Theme " before it was released on April 11, 2007. Otsuka released a second single under Love titled " White Choco " on November 21, 2007. On November 18, 2009, the debut mini-album of Love was released, titled Love It .
Ai Otsuka is a Japanese singer-songwriter from Suminoe-ku, Osaka, Japan. She is a popular artist on the Avex Trax label and is best known for her 2003 hit "Sakuranbo," which stayed in the Top 200 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart for 103 weeks.
"Love no Theme" is Ai Otsuka's first single under the avex trax label under her pen name Love. It is also her second single released in 2007.
"White choco" is Ai Otsuka's second single under the avex trax label under her pen name Love, which was released on November 21, 2007.
According to the official profile, Love is a female bunny weighing 22 kilograms with a height of 99 centimeters.Her speech consists of few words. She is often shy and lonely, but acts restless. Love lacks the ability to jump and has slow movement, and her hobbies include turning over, being idle, and playing tricks. Love also likes cheap candy such as milk wafers, and dislikes people without substance, dentists, and non-organic vegetables.
|Year||Information|| Oricon weekly|
|2009|| Love It ||82|
|Year||Title||Release date||Oricon Charts||Album|
|2007||"Love no Theme"||April 11||9||22||8,537||Love It|
|"White Choco"||November 21||34||70||2,736|
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