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Sato Nanami

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Sato Nanami (2019)

Sato Nanami (佐藤七海) is a Japanese pop singer and idol managed by AKS. She is currently a member of AKB48 Team 8 as the representative of Iwate and shares a concurrent position with Team 4.

Profile

  • Birth Name: Sato Nanami (佐藤七海)
  • Nickname: Nanamin (ななみん)
  • Date of Birth: January 19, 2000 (2000-01-19) (age 19)
  • Place of Birth: Iwate, Japan
  • Blood Type: A
  • Height: 162cm
  • Bands / Groups:

AKB48 Song Participation

Singles

Single Participating Song Position/Unit
Kokoro no Placard 47 no Suteki na Machi e Team 8
Kibouteki Refrain Seifuku no Hane Team 8
Green Flash Aisatsu Kara Hajimeyou Team 8
Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai Kegareteiru Shinjitsu Team 8 Senbatsu
Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby Madonna no Sentaku Renacchi Sousenkyo Senbatsu
Amanojaku Batta Team 8
Tsubasa wa Iranai Yume e no Route Team 8
High Tension Hoshizora wo Kimi ni Team 8 EAST
Shoot Sign Accident Chuu AKB48 U-19 Senbatsu
Negaigoto no Mochigusare Ima Para
11gatsu no Anklet Ikiru Koto ni Nekkyou wo! Team 8
Sustainable Sukida Sukida Sukida Team 8

Albums

Album Participating Song Position/Unit
Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe! Henachoko Support Team 8
0 to 1 no Aida Isshou no Aida ni Nannin to Deaeru no Darou Team 8

Stage Units

AKB48 Team 8 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo"
AKB48 Team 8 2nd Stage "Aitakatta"

Trivia

  • Currently a member of AKB48 Team 8 as the representative of Iwate. She was announced for a concurrent position with Team 4 during the AKB48 team shuffle in 2017. She announced her graduation on August 9, 2019.
  • Her charm points are her big eyes and chin.
  • Her special skill is impersonating Ichikawa Miori. She performed an impersonation of Watanabe Mayu on AKBINGO!.
  • Her favorite song is "Boku no Taiyou".

Gallery

AKB48 2014 AKB48 2014 AKB48 2014 AKB48 2015 AKB48 2016 AKB48 2017 AKB48 2018 AKB48 2019

External Links