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Hagiwara Mai

Hagiwara Mai promoting °COMPLETE SINGLE COLLECTION (2017)

Hagiwara Mai (萩原舞) was a Japanese pop singer and idol managed by Up-Front Promotion. She was formerly part of Hello! Project as a member of °C-ute. She retired from the entertainment business in June 2017.



Hagiwara Mai joined Hello! Project in 2002 as a member of Hello! Project Kids after passing the group's audition. In that same year, she was a member of 4KIDS to promote Minimoni ja Movie Okashi na Daibouken! starring Minimoni. In 2005, she was one of seven members selected to form °C-ute. In 2007, she played a guest character in the anime Kirarin☆Revolution starring Kusumi Koharu. In 2009, she became a member of Petitmoni V.

In December of 2011 her Ustream show, titled "Mai Desu ga...Nani ka?", was announced.

The disbandment of °C-ute was announced on August 20, 2016 through various online and print news sources, followed closely by the official website and blogs of the members. The last performance for the group was scheduled to take place in June 2017 at Saitama Super Arena, during their 12th year of activities.

On May 27, 2017 Hagiwara Mai revealed her decision to leave the entertainment business after the disbandment of °C-ute, with the goals of traveling abroad and studying English.



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  • [2009.10.10] Hagiwara Mai (萩原舞) amazon.co.jp
  • [2013.08.05] Mai② (まい②)



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Radio Dramas


  • Her official image color is yellow. Prior to Umeda Erika's graduation in 2009, her image color was purple.
  • She shares her name with a Japanese AV star, also named Hagiwara Mai (萩原舞). However, there is no relation.
  • Her sister tried out for the Hello! Project Kids, but didn't make it.
  • Is good friends with Okai Chisato and Mitsui Aika.
  • Held the record of being the youngest member of Hello! Project for almost seven years, until Aiko joined.

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