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Hori Chiemi

Hori Chiemi

Hori Chiemi (堀ちえみ) is a Japanese pop idol singer, talento, and former member of the pop unit Cutie★Mommy. Hori got her start in show business after winning the 6th Annual Hori Pro Scout Caravan in 1981. A year later, she debuted as a singer with the double A-side single "Shiokaze no Shoujo / Merci Boku". She later became an actress, starring in various television doramas such as Stewardess Monogatari. However, she retired at the peak of her idol career in 1987 and moved back to her hometown in Osaka to pursue a career in television news. Recently, she has appeared in many live performances to celebrate her twenty-fifth anniversary and to show off her new talent, tap dancing.

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  • Real Name: Kato Chiemi (加藤智栄美)
  • Birthdate: February 15, 1967 (1967-02-15) (age 55)
  • Birthplace: Sakai, Osaka Prefecture
  • Blood Type: B

Discography

Hori Chiemi (1980s)

Studio Albums

Live Album

Best Albums

Singles

Videos / DVDs

  • [1983.10.21] Chiemi LIVE (ちえみLIVE)
  • [2006.07.29] Chiemi Hori Memorial Live 2005

Books

  • [1982.09.20] Sotto Yumemite Anata ni My Heart (そっと夢見て あなたにマイハート)
  • [1984.07.10] Ima ga Zettai Renaiki Koisuru Junbi Mou Kanryou (いまが絶対恋愛期 恋する準備もう完了)
  • [1992.03.22] Hori Chiemi no Akogare Mama Nikki Ninshin Shussan Kozodate (堀ちえみのあこがれママ日記 妊娠・出産・子育て)
  • [1994.12.01] Hori Chiemi no Kodomo Daisuki! Ai Ippai Sannin no Ko Sodate Mama Nikki (堀ちえみの子供大好き!愛いっぱい 3人の子育てママ日記)
  • [2000.09.10] Hori Chiemi to Sannin no Chiisana Yamaotoko (堀ちえみと3人の小さな山男)
  • [2007.09.14] Kyou no Soramoyou (きょうの空模様)
  • [2007.10.26] Hori Chiemi wo, Tsukurumono (堀ちえみを、つくるもの)

Awards

  • 1982: 1st Annual Megalopolis Song Festival for New Face Award
  • 1982: ABC82 Song for New Face Grand Prix for the song Machibouke
  • 1982: 12th Annual Ginza Music Festival for Gold Prize for the single Machibouke
  • 1982: 8th Annual You Choose All-Japan Song Music Festival for Superiority Rookie of the Year Award for the song Machibouke
  • 1982: 15th Annual Shinjuku Music Festival for Silver Prize for the song Machibouke
  • 1982: 9th Annual Yokohama Music Festival for Rookie of the Year Award
  • 1982: 9th Annual FNS Music Festival for Superiority Rookie of the Year Award for the song Tomadoi no Shuumatsu
  • 1982: 24th Annual Japan Record Awards for Rookie of the Year Award for the song Machibouke
  • 1983: 9th Annual You Choose All-Japan Song Music Festival for Gold Prize for the song Yuugure Kibun
  • 1983: 25th Annual Japan Record Awards for Golden Idol Award for the song Yuugure Kibun
  • 1984: 3rd Annual Megalopolis Song Festival for Pops Award for the song Tokyo Sugar Town
  • 1984: 10th Annual You Choose All-Japan Song Music Festival for Gold Award for the song Tokyo Sugar Town
  • 1984: Buzzword Big Prize for General Public Award
  • 1984: 11th Annual FNS Music Festival for Superiority Music Award for the song Crazy Love

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