Hatsune Matsushima

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Hatsune Matsushima
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Born Noriko Matsushima
(1987-11-13) November 13, 1987 (age 30)
Tokyo, Japan
Nationality Japanese
Occupation
Years active 2004-present
Height 158 cm (5 ft 2 in)
Weight -

Hatsune Matsushima (松嶋初音, はつね まつしま born November 13, 1987) is a Japanese gravure model, talent and actress affiliated with Harmony Promotion (ハーモニープロモーション). She was born in Tokyo, Japan. Her real name is Noriko Matsushima, and goes by the nickname Hachu. She has starred in a number of TV dramas, films, and internet productions. She also co-authored a book.

Biography

History

In 2004, Matsushima started her career as a gravure idol while a high school student when she won the 2004 Miss Magazine (ミスマガジン) Special Jury Prize. From the start of her career was a gravure idol, she has gone by the nickname Hachu.

During October, 2005, Matsushima starred in the Tokyo-based television show "Turnout! Miniskirt Police" (出動!ミニスカポリス 全国版) as part of the 13th generation police.

In June, 2006, Matsushima played Izumu in the late-night drama "[email protected]". Due to her role in that drama as such a strange, but loveable, character, even now she is regular topic of discussion.

After the dissolution of her prior agency, Anthem, in September, 2008, she signed on with Harmony Promotion (ハーモニープロモーション).

More recently she has started to shift away from being an idol, and has been regularly appearing on variety shows and internet programs.

Career and Life

Her grandmother who lives in Sendai, Miyagi practices a form of Shamanism called Itako where it is believed followers can speak with the dead and can remove evil spirits from one's mind and body. Matsushima believes she also has these same abilities.[1]

At the start of her career, rumors started circulating near where she rode her bike to school that there was an extremely beautiful high school girl in the area. People would ride their bikes around the same time as her to try to catch a glimpse. Hoping to make the rumors stop and make people think the rumors were exaggerated, her principle brought Matsushima in front of everyone so they could see her for themselves.[2]

Matsushima is a former member of the Miss Magazine (ミスマガジン) Women's Football Team.

During the commentary of the drama [email protected] she broke the news that her real name is Noriko Matsushima. She later confirmed the story on her blog. [1]

She first started to mention that she wanted to move away from being a gravure idol on the December 24, 2006 broadcast of "Drive A Go! Go!" (ドライブ A GO!GO!).

While doing handstands and dives at the June 18, 2007 Shibuya O-crest Girls-RockPop stadium vol.17, she was warned about some nude otakus who were nearby with a strong feeling.[3]

Matsushima participated in the Nico Nico Douga's International Smiling Film Festival (国際ニコニコ映画祭) as a judge.

At one point Matsushima was examined for Moyamoya disease like symptoms, including disturbance of blood flow to the brain, headaches and fainting. No signs of Moyamoya disease was discovered, however she regularly sees a doctor to monitor her condition.[4]

She likes popular, well-made video games and has been featured in video game magazines like Famitsu. She has even used her blog to recruit Xbox friends to play online with.

On February 3, 2010, Matushima appeared in the television show "Toreazu Namanaka" where she received an e-mail from the music day guest named "alan." Alan asked her to make a funny face. She made a face mimicking Anpanman.

In the song "Dance Sanma Court" (踊るさんま御殿), Matsushima admitted to hitting a woman with an object in the head, making her bleed, after being in a childish argument with her.

Filmography

Television
Year Film Role Notes
2005 Chakushin Ari Tomoko
2005 Anfea Tatsui Madoka
2006 [email protected] Izumu
Kayoubi Dorama Goorudo
2007 Kirakira Kenshuui Kaki Haruyama
2007 Papa to Musume Shichinichikan
2008 Tadashii Ouko no Tsukurikata Haruka Shinagawa
2008 Doyou Waido Gekijou Megumi Kimura
2008 Manga Kissa Toshi Densetsu Norui no Mannasan Sayaka
2008 Tsujitsuma
2008 Wairudo sutoroberî (Wild Strawberry) Guest role
Films
Year Film Role Notes
2007 Dear Friends Emi
2008 Akumu Tantei 2 Akiko
2009 Teke Teke 2

Books

Paperback

Hatsune Kaidan Hatsune to Chisana Ojisan no Koto (Co-authored with Hirotsu Kihara, August 10, 2008, Kadokawa Shoden

External links

  • Official profile of Hatsune Matsuhima (in Japanese)
  • Hatsune Matsushima's blog (in Japanese)

References

  1. ^ 2009年01月07日放送回『ザ!世界仰天ニュース』における本人談
  2. ^ 『グラビアトークオーディション』における本人談
  3. ^ "今日は". 公式ブログ『松嶋す。』. 2007-06-18. 
  4. ^ "心配かけました". 公式ブログ『松嶋す。』. 2008-05-20. 
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