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Katsuta Rina

Katsuta Rina (2019)

Katsuta Rina (勝田里奈) is a Japanese pop singer and idol managed by Up-Front Promotion and part of Hello! Project. She is a second generation member of ANGERME.


  • Birth Name: Katsuta Rina (勝田里奈)
  • Nicknames: Rinapuu (りなぷー)
  • Date of Birth: April 6, 1998 (1998-04-06) (age 26)
  • Place of Birth: Tokyo, Japan
  • Blood Type: A
  • Specialty: Funny faces, imitations, cartwheel, handstand forward roll
  • Hobby: Shopping, eating, talking with friends
  • Favorite Food: Pudding, pasta, curry, cheese-filled hamburger
  • Favorite Color: Pink, yellow, orange
  • Favorite Subject: Japanese, P.E., art
  • Looks Up To: Sugaya Risako, Mano Erina, Morning Musume
  • Groups:


Video Releases





  • [2018–] mina (R Fashion Tool series)



TV Programs
Music Videos




  • Her official ANGERME image color is orange. Prior to that, her S/mileage image color was yellow.
  • Considers her strong point to be her energy, and her weak point to be laziness.
  • Describes her personality as outgoing.
  • She was the only 7th generation egg remaining in Hello! Pro Kenshuusei.
  • She sang S/mileage's "Short Cut" for S/mileage's 2nd Generation audition.
  • She was the first new member of S/mileage to be announced.
  • Her favorite emoticon is \ (^o^) /
  • She says she would like to make S/mileage iPod earphones as concert goods.
  • She has a bad habit of procrastinating her math homework.
  • She began attending college in April 2017 and graduated from Bunka Gakuen University's Junior College Department of Fashion on March 11, 2019.
  • Rina announced her graduation from ANGERME and Hello! Project on June 26, 2019, writing of her wish to work in the fashion industry. Her graduation took place on September 25, 2019 at Pacifico Yokohama.
  • She self-produced (title, logo, layout, styling, hair, makeup) her graduation fashion mook featuring the members of ANGERME and former leader Wada Ayaka.


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