Rina Izuta

Rina Izuta
伊豆田 莉奈
Izuta Rina (cropped).jpg
Izuta in 2018
Born (1995-11-26) 26 November 1995 (age 24)
Other namesIzurina (いずりな)
OccupationSinger
Years active2010–present
Musical career
GenresJ-pop, Thai pop
InstrumentsVocals
Labels
Associated acts
Japanese name
Kanji伊豆田 莉奈
Hiraganaいずた りな
Katakanaイズタ リナ

Rina Izuta (伊豆田 莉奈, Izuta Rina, born 26 November 1995 in Saitama Prefecture, Japan), is a Japanese singer and a member of the Thai idol girl group CGM48 and is also the first and current general manager of the group.[1] She is a former member of AKB48 and BNK48.

Career[]

Izuta first debuted as AKB48 members and joined the group 10th generation line up on March 2010. Later on June 2020 she is drafted into the Kenkyusei (research members) position within the group.[2] On June 2012 she is promoted being a members of Team Unknown and later moved to Team A on August 2012.

After staying as Team A members, on 2014 at AKB48's Group Grand Reformation Festival she is moved to the group Team B.[3] On 2015 she is moved to Team 4.

On July 2017 she is fully transferred to newly formed AKB48 overseas sister group BNK48.[4][5] Still at the same year she got her first senbatsu position for Thai version of Koi Suru Fortune Cookie and also promoted to the formation of BNK48's Team BIII.

On January 2019 Izuta ranked #21 at her group single election. This is also marked her first position at election during her AKB48 Group career. On July she is announced that she will become CGM48's general manager.[6] This is also marked her position from BNK48 members to became CGM48 members. On 2020 she is part of CGM48 debut single senbatsu performer and filled the formation of CGM48's Team C.

In summary she is experienced as part of three different group, which is AKB48, BNK48 and CGM48. She is also ever being a part of AKB48's Team Unknown, Team A, Team B and Team 4; BNK48's Team BIII; and CGM48's Team C.

AKB48 Group general election placements[]

Izuta first election was in 3rd ion of AKB48 General Election on 2011 while her first election in BNK48 was on 2019. Here is Izuta placements:

BNK48 Senbatsu General Election
Edition Year Final rank Number of votes Position on single Single Ref
1 2019 21 9,305 Undergirls Beginner [7]
2 2020 30 3,885 Undergirls Heavy Rotation [8]
AKB48 General Election
Edition Year Final rank Number of votes Position on single Single
3 2011 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
4 2012 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
5 2013 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
6 2014 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
7 2015 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
8 2016 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
9 2017 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -
10 2018 Not ranked Not ranked Not ranked -

Discography[]

Singles[]

AKB48

Release year Single Song Part of
2010 "Chance no Junban" "Fruits Snow" Team Kenkyūsei
2011 "Sakura no Ki ni Narō" "Ōgon Center"
"Everyday, Katyusha" "Anti"
"Kaze wa Fuiteiru" "Tsubomitachi" Team 4 + Kenkyūsei
2012 "Give Me Five!" "Jung ya Freud no Baai" Special Girls C
"Manatsu no Sounds Good!" "Mitsu no Namida" Special Girls
"Gingham Check" "Ano Hi no Fuurin" Waiting Girls
"Uza" "Kodoku na Hoshizora" New Team A
"Eien Pressure" "Watashitachi no Reason"
2013 "So Long!" "Ruby" Team A
"Sayonara Crawl" "Ikiru koto"
"Heart Electric" "Kiss made Countdown"
2014 "Mae shika Mukanee" "Koi toka..."
"Labrador Retriever" "B Garden" Team B
"Kibōteki Refrain" "Loneliness Club"
"Reborn" Team Surprise (Center)
2015 "Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby" "Nanka, Chotto, Kyuu ni..." Team 4
2016 "Tsubasa wa Iranai" "Kangaeru Hito"

BNK48

Release year Single Song Notes
2017 "Koisuru Fortune Cookie - คกกเสยงทาย (Khukki Siangthai)" "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie (Khukki Siangthai)" First A-side single.
"BNK48 (Bangkok48)"
2018 "Shonichi - วนแรก (Wan Raek)" "Namida Suprise! - ประกายน้ำตาและรอยยิ้ม! (Prakai Namta Lae Roiyim)"
"Kimi wa Melody - เธอคอ...เมโลด (Thoe Khue Melodi)" "Yume e no Route - หมื่นเส้นทาง (Muen Sen Thang)"
2019 "Beginner" "Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara - ก็เพราะว่าชอบเธอ (Ko Phro Wa Chop Thoe)" Undergirls

CGM48

Release year Single Song Notes
2020 "Chiang Mai 106" "Chiang Mai 106"
"Onegai Valentine - วาเลนไทน์...โชคดี (Valentine Chok Dee)"
"CGM48 (Chiang Mai 48)"

Other

Release year Title Notes
2020 "Touch by Heart" Released in order to support people suffering from COVID-19.
"Touch by Heart (Lanna version)"
"Touch by Heart (Japanese version)"
"Touch by Heart (Special version)"
"Dareka no Tame ni" The song is dedicated to all health workers during the COVID-19 and fire fighter during the forest fires in Chiang Mai.

Albums[]

AKB48

Release year Album Song
2011 Koko ni Ita Koto "High school days"
"Koko ni Ita Koto (AKB48 + SKE48 + SDN48 + NMB48)"
2012 1830m "Miniskirt no Yosei"
"Aozora yo Sabishikunai Ka? (AKB48 + SKE48 + NMB48 + HKT48)"
2014 Tsugi no Ashiato "Kakushin ga Moterumono"
2015 Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe! "To go de"
0 to 1 no Aida "Nakigoto Time"

BNK48

Release year Album Song Notes
2019 Jabaja "Reborn" Center performer.[9]
"Yume e no Route - หมื่นเส้นทาง (Muen Sen Thang)"
"Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara - ก็เพราะว่าชอบเธอ (Ko Phro Wa Chop Thoe)"

Filmography[]

Movie[]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2018 BNK48: GIRLS DON'T CRY herself BNK48 documentary [10]
2020 BNK48: One Take [11]

Television[]

Year Title Role Network
2010-2017 AKBINGO! Rotational Nippon TV
2012 AKB48 Nemousu Terebi (Season 9) Herself Tohokushinsha
2017 BNK48 Show Herself 3SD
2018 Victory BNK48 Herself Workpoint

References[]

  1. ^ "เปิดตัว 2 เมมเบอร์ BNK48 ที่ย้ายไปอยู่ CGM48 'ออม' ขึ้นแท่นกัปตันคนใหม่". thebangkokinsight (in Thai). Bangkok. 17 July 2019. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
  2. ^ "AKB48研究生・伊豆田莉奈、小嶋菜月ら6人が昇格". Oricon (in Japanese). 26 June 2012. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  3. ^ "AKB48グループ「大組閣祭り」速報 乃木坂46生駒、SKE48木崎などの仰天人事も続々". Real Sound (in Japanese). 24 April 2014. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  4. ^ "AKB伊豆田莉奈、バンコクBNK48に完全移籍発表". Oricon (in Japanese). 13 April 2017. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  5. ^ "อิซึตะ รินะ แสดงเป็นฐานะ AKB48 วันสุดท้าย พร้อมเดินหน้าสู่ BNK48 เต็มตัว 2 กรกฎาคมนี้". siamdol.com (in Thai). Bangkok: siamdol.com. 29 June 2017. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
  6. ^ "元AKB48・伊豆田莉奈 タイの新グループCGM48移籍&劇場支配人就任「楽しみな気持ちでいっぱい」". Sponichi Annex (スポーツニッポン新聞社) (in Japanese). 11 July 2019. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  7. ^ "BNK48 6th Single Senbatsu General Election". BNK48 General Election Official Website. Retrieved 31 May 2020.
  8. ^ "BNK48 9th Single Senbatsu General Election". BNK48 General Election Official Website. Retrieved 31 May 2020.
  9. ^ "BNK48 ประกาศอัลบั้ม 2 เปิดตัว 2เพลงใหม่ Jabaja เพลงหลัก และการมาของ Reborn!". music.trueid.net (in Thai). 8 April 2019. Retrieved 9 November 2019.
  10. ^ "BNK48 เปิดตัวหนังสารคดี Girls Don't Cry "เต๋อ" หวังคนดูได้อะไรกลับไปสักอย่าง". Manager Online. 16 August 2018. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
  11. ^ "BNK48: One Take review – a raw and insightful window into Thai girl group BNK48". Ready Steady Cut. Retrieved 18 June 2020.

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