Satoshi Ohno

Ohno Satoshi

  • Name: Ohno Satoshi
  • Native name: 大野智
  • Also Known as: Ridaa, Captain, Oh-Chan, Satoshi-kun, Oji-chan,
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: November 26, 1980
  • Age: 43
Ohno Satoshi, born in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan, is a Japanese idol, singer, actor, artist, radio host and member of the popular boy band Arashi.

Ohno began his career in the entertainment industry when he joined the Japanese talent agency, Johnny & Associates, in 1994 at the age of 13. Ohno started an acting career in 1997 when he was cast to be part of the stage play Kyo to Kyo. In 2008, almost nine years after his debut as a singer with Arashi in 1999, Ohno became the first and the only artist from Johnny's to hold and open his own art exhibit titled "Freestyle" and received his first starring role in a Japanese television drama, for which he earned a handful of Best Actor awards.

Ohno is the youngest child in his family. He has one older sister. During middle school, his mother sent in his application to Johnny & Associates without his knowledge. An invitation to audition was sent back to Ohno, and he subsequently became a trainee in October 1994. In order to focus on the stage play Kyo to Kyo, which ran from 1997 to 1998 during his trainee days, he withdrew from high school and moved to Kyoto.

Before his music debut with Arashi, Ohno wanted to resign from Johnny & Associates. However, then-president Johnny Kitagawa asked him to help out with a song recording and to pack up for a trip to Hawaii, which turned out to be the place where the press conference announcing the formation of Arashi was held. With Ohno at the age of 18 at the time, Arashi was officially formed on September 15, 1999, and made their CD debut on November 3, 1999. Since much of his trainee days was spent in Kyoto, he was the least known member during Arashi's early days. Ohno is the lead vocalist of Arashi. He also is the only member in the group that has released his own solo single for his previous drama soundtrack Uta no Onii-san title Kumorinochi, Kaisei by Yano Kenta starring Satoshi Ohno.

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Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2016 Sekai Ichi Muzukashii Koi
Japanese Drama, 2016, 10 eps
Samejima Reiji (Main Role)
10
Main Role
7.6
2014 Shinigami-kun
Japanese Drama, 2014, 9 eps
Shinigami (Main Role)
9
Main Role
7.6
2012 Papadol!
Japanese Drama, 2012, 10 eps
Himself (Guest Role)
10
Himself
Guest Role
7.2
2012 Kagi no Kakatta Heya
Japanese Drama, 2012, 11 eps
Enomoto Kei (Main Role)
11
Main Role
8.1
2010 Kaibutsu kun
Japanese Drama, 2010, 9 eps
Kaibutsu-kun (Main Role)
9
Kaibutsu-kun
Main Role
7.4
2010 Tokujo Kabachi!!
Japanese Drama, 2010, 10 eps
Honda (Ep. 10) (Guest Role)
10
Honda (Ep. 10)
Guest Role
7.1
2009 0 Goshitsu no Kyaku
Japanese Drama, 2009, 22 eps
Hiroyuki [1st Story] (Support Role)
22
Hiroyuki [1st Story]
Support Role
7.1
2009 Uta no Onii-san
Japanese Drama, 2009, 8 eps
Yano Kenta (Main Role)
8
Main Role
7.4
2008 Maou
Japanese Drama, 2008, 11 eps
11
Main Role
8.3
2007 Yamada Taro Monogatari
Japanese Drama, 2007, 10 eps
[Man handing out flyers] (Ep.10) (Guest Role)
10
[Man handing out flyers] (Ep.10)
Guest Role
7.6
2004 Engimono: Katte ni Nostalgia
Japanese Drama, 2004, 4 eps
Okinoshima Junji (Main Role)
4
Okinoshima Junji
Main Role
5.6
2003 Yoiko no Mikata
Japanese Drama, 2003, 9 eps
[Himself / Claim agent] (Ep. 8) (Guest Role)
9
[Himself / Claim agent] (Ep. 8)
Guest Role
7.4
2002 Engimono: Mitsuo
Japanese Drama, 2002, 4 eps
Mitsuo (Main Role)
4
Mitsuo
Main Role
2.0
2000 Shijo Saiaku no Date
Japanese Drama, 2000, 21 eps
Kudo Tatsuya (Ep. 4) (Main Role)
21
Kudo Tatsuya (Ep. 4)
Main Role
6.0
1999 V no Arashi
Japanese Drama, 1999, 15 eps
[Himself] (Main Role)
15
[Himself]
Main Role
7.3
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2021 ARASHI Anniversary Tour 5×20 FILM “Record of Memories”
Japanese Movie, 2021,
(Main Role)
Main Role
8.9
2017 Mumon: The Land of Stealth
Japanese Movie, 2017,
Mumon (Main Role)
Main Role
7.7
2014 Pika***nchi Life Is Hard Perhaps Happy
Japanese Movie, 2014,
Kida Haruhiko / Haru (Main Role)
Main Role
7.5
2011 Kaibutsu-kun the Movie
Japanese Movie, 2011,
Kaibutsu (Main Role)
Main Role
7.5
2007 Yellow Tears
Japanese Movie, 2007,
Kei Shimokawa (Main Role)
Main Role
7.0
2004 Pika**nchi Life Is Hard Therefore Happy
Japanese Movie, 2004,
Takada Haruhiko / Haru (Main Role)
Takada Haruhiko / Haru
Main Role
7.4
2002 Pika*nchi Life Is Hard However Happy
Japanese Movie, 2002,
Takada Haruhiko / Haru (Main Role)
Takada Haruhiko / Haru
Main Role
7.4
Special
Year Title # Role Rating
2014 Kagi no Kakatta Heya SP
Japanese Special, 2014, 1 eps
Enomoto Kei (Main Role)
1
Main Role
8.0
2013 Kyo no Hi wa Sayonara
Japanese Special, 2013, 1 eps
Fujioka Kouta (Main Role)
1
Main Role
8.0
2012 Mou Yuukai Nante Shinai
Japanese Special, 2012, 1 eps
Tarui Shotaro (Main Role)
1
Main Role
7.5
2011 Kaibutsu-kun Kanzen Shinsaku Special
Japanese Special, 2011, 1 eps
Kaibutsu-kun (Main Role)
1
Main Role
7.5
2010 Yo nimo Kimyo na Monogatari: 20th Anniversary Fall Special - Popular Writer Contest
Japanese Special, 2010, 1 eps
{Hajime no Ippo} Shinozaki Hajime (Main Role)
1
{Hajime no Ippo} Shinozaki Hajime
Main Role
6.9
2010 Kaibutsu-kun SP
Japanese Special, 2010, 1 eps
Kaibutsu-kun (Main Role)
1
Kaibutsu-kun
Main Role
7.4
2010 Saigo no Yakusoku
Japanese Special, 2010, 1 eps
Satoru Mashiko (Main Role)
1
Main Role
7.6
2004 Yon-bun no Ichi no Kizuna SP
Japanese Special, 2004, 1 eps
Suzuki Naoya (Main Role)
1
Suzuki Naoya
Main Role
7.1
2002 Engimono: Aoki-san Chi no Okusan
Japanese Special, 2002, 4 eps
Satoshi (Main Role)
4
Satoshi
Main Role
7.6
2001 Speed Star
Japanese Special, 2001, 1 eps
Sakurai Hiroshi (Support Role)
1
Sakurai Hiroshi
Support Role
6.0
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2020 CDTV Live! Live!
Japanese TV Show, 2020, 102 eps
(Guest)
102
Guest
8.5
2019 ARASHI's Diary -Voyage-
Japanese TV Show, 2019, 24 eps
(Main Host)
24
Main Host
8.5
2019 Aratsubo
Japanese TV Show, 2019, 1 eps
(Main Host)
1
Main Host
8.6
2016 Ninosan Special: Ninosan Grand Prize 2016
Japanese TV Show, 2016, 1 eps
(Guest)
1
Guest
0.0
2014 Sakurai Ariyoshi the Yakai
Japanese TV Show, 2014, 500 eps
(Ep. 21, 139, 234, 235, 240, 286, 287) (Guest)
500
(Ep. 21, 139, 234, 235, 240, 286, 287)
Guest
7.9
2013 Atarashii Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2013, 2 eps
Himself (Main Host)
2
Himself
Main Host
8.6
2013 Aiba Manabu
Japanese TV Show, 2013, 0 eps
(Guest)
0
Guest
0.0
2011 Nazotoki Battle TORE
Japanese TV Show, 2011, 54 eps
(Ep. 17) (Guest)
54
(Ep. 17)
Guest
0.0
2010 Arashi ni Shiyagare
Japanese TV Show, 2010, 460 eps
(Main Host)
460
Main Host
8.5
2010 Vs. Arashi Wagaya no Rekishi Team and Yajima Beauty Salon 3 hour special
Japanese TV Show, 2010, 1 eps
Himself (Main Host)
1
Himself
Main Host
8.4
2010 VS Arashi ~First Battle of 2010~ Midwinter's Strongest Ace Decisive Battle
Japanese TV Show, 2010, 1 eps
(Main Host)
1
Main Host
8.3
2009 VS Arashi ~Golden Time! Extravagant Three-Way 2 Hours SP~
Japanese TV Show, 2009, 1 eps
(Main Host)
1
Main Host
8.6
2009 VS Arashi 2
Japanese TV Show, 2009, 500 eps
(Main Host)
500
Main Host
9.0
2009 VsArashi Saikyou Ouja Kettisen Special #2
Japanese TV Show, 2009, 1 eps
(Main Host)
1
Main Host
8.6
2008 Shabekuri 007
Japanese TV Show, 2008, 600 eps
(Ep. 157*, 282, 403*) (Guest)
600
(Ep. 157*, 282, 403*)
Guest
8.3
2008 Vs Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2008, 561 eps
(Main Host)
561
Main Host
8.5
2008 Himitsu no Arashi-chan
Japanese TV Show, 2008, 211 eps
(Main Host)
211
Main Host
8.5
2006 Arashi no Shukudai-kun
Japanese TV Show, 2006, 178 eps
(Main Host)
178
Main Host
8.5
2006 The Shonen Club Premium
Japanese TV Show, 2006, 156 eps
(2007.05.20; 2009.01.18) (Guest)
156
(2007.05.20; 2009.01.18)
Guest
7.8
2005 J-Melo
Japanese TV Show, 2005, 576 eps
(Guest)
576
Guest
0.0
2005 G no Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2005, 51 eps
(Main Host)
51
Main Host
8.4
2005 Mago Mago Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2005, 125 eps
(Regular Member)
125
Regular Member
8.2
2004 Tensai! Shimura Doubutsuen
Japanese TV Show, 2004, 577 eps
(Guest)
577
Guest
9.1
2003 D no Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2003, 116 eps
(Main Host)
116
Main Host
8.2
2002 C no Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2002, 51 eps
(Main Host)
51
Main Host
7.8
1998 Hatchi ji da J
Japanese TV Show, 1998, 55 eps
(Regular Member)
55
Regular Member
7.8
1996 Utaban
Japanese TV Show, 1996, 658 eps
(Guest)
658
Guest
8.7
1996 King's Brunch
Japanese TV Show, 1996, 1214 eps
(20080628, 20090425) (Guest)
1214
(20080628, 20090425)
Guest
0.0
1994 Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ
Japanese TV Show, 1994, 745 eps
(Guest)
745
Guest
8.5
1994 Tokyo Friends Park II
Japanese TV Show, 1994, 0 eps
(Guest)
0
Guest
0.0
1994 Guru Guru Ninety Nine
Japanese TV Show, 1994, 1 eps
[Gochi] (S11E6, S20E16) (Guest)
1
[Gochi] (S11E6, S20E16)
Guest
0.0
1993 COUNT DOWN TV
Japanese TV Show, 1993, 1300 eps
(Guest)
1300
Guest
7.6
1992 Music Station Super Live
Japanese TV Show, 1992, 28 eps
(Guest)
28
Guest
8.8
1986 MUSIC STATION
Japanese TV Show, 1986, 1328 eps
[Performer] (Guest)
1328
[Performer]
Guest
8.1
1976 Tetsuko's Room
Japanese TV Show, 1976, 1854 eps
(18 April 2014) (Guest)
1854
(18 April 2014)
Guest
0.0
1964 Music Fair
Japanese TV Show, 1964, 3000 eps
(Guest)
3000
Guest
7.0
1951 Kouhaku Uta Gassen
Japanese TV Show, 1951, 73 eps
[Shirogumi Captain] (Ep. 61-65) | [Supporter] (Ep. 47) (Main Host)
73
[Shirogumi Captain] (Ep. 61-65) | [Supporter] (Ep. 47)
Main Host
7.6
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Ohno Satoshi

Satoshi Ohno
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  • First Name: Satoshi
  • Family Name: Ohno
  • Native name: 大野智
  • Also Known as: Ridaa, Captain, Oh-Chan, Satoshi-kun, Oji-chan,
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: November 26, 1980
  • Age: 43

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