Nakajima Yuto

Yuto Nakajima

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  • First Name: Yuto
  • Family Name: Nakajima
  • Native name: 中島裕翔
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: August 10, 1993
  • Age: 25

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Yuto Nakajima

Nakajima Yuto

  • Name: Nakajima Yuto
  • Native name: 中島裕翔
  • Nationality: Japanese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: August 10, 1993
  • Age: 25
He is a Japanese actor and dancer, as well as a singer from the group Hey! Say! JUMP. He can tap-dance and play drums in their concert.
Nakajima joined Johnny's Jr. on March 28, 2004, in his 5th year of elementary school. After joining Johnny's Jr., he began performing together with J.J.Express as one of the four original members along with Kouhei Matsumoto, Takumi Yamashita, Yuta Tamamori, and current Hey! Say! JUMP member, Kei Inoo.
In 2005, he made his debut as an actor and had appeared in a couple of dramas including the drama special for 24 Hour Television, and Nobuta wo Produce with two of his agency seniors, Kamenashi Kazuya, and Yamashita Tomohisa. He also appeared in Engine along with current bandmate, Daiki Arioka. He continued his junior work and was cast in the drama Primadam in 2006, and towards the end of the year, he was chosen to be part of Tap Kids, a junior group, along with former bandmate Ryutaro Morimoto, and Kanda Noriyuki.
In April 2007, he was chosen to be a member of the temporary unit, Hey! Say! 7 with four others, and made his CD debut on August 1, with their single Hey! Say!, which hit number one on the Oricon charts. On September 24 of that same year, during a live television event from the Johnny's Jr's concert in Yokohama Arena, it was announced that the group would debut under a new name, Hey! Say! JUMP, with the five from Hey! Say! 7, plus five others. The debut single was released on November 14, titled "Ultra Music Power", and also took first place on the Oricon charts.
On April 12, 2008, Nakajima got his first lead role on the drama Sensei Wa Erai along with his co Hey! Say! JUMP member Ryosuke Yamada, Yuri Chinen and Daiki Arioka.
On October 11, 2008, Nakajima played another lead role in the drama called Scrap Teacher. The theme song used in the drama was Hey! Say! JUMP's fourth single "Mayonaka no Shadow Boy". Ryosuke Yamada, Yuri Chinen, and Daiki Arioka also co-star in the drama.
During their press conference at Yokohama Arena, current bandmate, Kota Yabu announced that Hey! Say! Jump would release their debut album in the summer, in which members would write songs and lyrics. One of them was Nakajima who wrote the lyrics of "Dash!!", which was track number 15 on the album Jump No. 1.
Nakajima appeared as Koji Kobayashi in NTV's comedy drama Perfect Son with his band mate Ryosuke Yamada, which started on January 14, 2012. On February 17, it was reported that Nakajima together with Yamada and Chinen had officially graduated from Horikoshi High School.
On July 10, 2012, his appearance on the August issue of Fine Boys Magazine also marked his entrance in the professional world of modelling. Later that year, too, it was announced that he would participate in Hey! Say! JUMP's upcoming April 2013-April 2014 annual calendar as a photographer.
In January 2013, he co-starred in the TV drama Sharehouse no Koibito alongside Mizukawa Asami and Oizumi Yo. He then played another supporting role in the TV drama Hanzawa Naoki starring Masato Sakai, which started on July 7, 2013.
Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2018 Suits
Japanese Drama, 2018, 0 eps
Daiki Suzuki (Main Role)
0
Daiki Suzuki
Main Role
7.8
2018 99.9: Keiji Senmon Bengoshi - Season II
Japanese Drama, 2018, 9 eps
Kuze Ryouhei (ep. 9) (Guest Role)
9
Kuze Ryouhei (ep. 9)
Guest Role
8.7
2017 Haha ni Naru
Japanese Drama, 2017, 10 eps
Kino Shuhei [child welfare officer] (Support Role)
10
Kino Shuhei [child welfare officer]
Support Role
8.2
2016 Hope - Kitai Zero no Shinnyu Shain
Japanese Drama, 2016, 9 eps
Ichinose Ayumu (Main Role)
9
Ichinose Ayumu
Main Role
8.2
2015 Date - Koi to wa Donna Mono Kashira
Japanese Drama, 2015, 10 eps
Washio Yutaka (Support Role)
10
Washio Yutaka
Support Role
7.8
2014 Suikyuu Yankees
Japanese Drama, 2014, 10 eps
Inaba Naoya (Main Role)
10
Inaba Naoya
Main Role
8.0
2014 Yowakutemo Katemasu
Japanese Drama, 2014, 11 eps
Shirao Tsuyoshi (Support Role)
11
Shirao Tsuyoshi
Support Role
7.5
2013 Tokyo Bandwagon
Japanese Drama, 2013, 10 eps
Yuuta / Neighbour (Guest Role)
10
Yuuta / Neighbour
Guest Role
7.8
2013 Hanzawa Naoki
Japanese Drama, 2013, 10 eps
Nakanishi Eiji (Ep.1-5) (Support Role)
10
Nakanishi Eiji (Ep.1-5)
Support Role
8.9
2013 Share House no Koibito
Japanese Drama, 2013, 9 eps
Tsuyama Nagi (Support Role)
9
Tsuyama Nagi
Support Role
6.9
2012 Risou no Musuko
Japanese Drama, 2012, 10 eps
Kobayashi Kouji (Support Role)
10
Kobayashi Kouji
Support Role
7.7
2008 Scrap Teacher
Japanese Drama, 2008, 9 eps
Kusaka Shuzaburo (Main Role)
9
Kusaka Shuzaburo
Main Role
7.2
2006 Primadam
Japanese Drama, 2006, 11 eps
Kurahashi Haruo (Support Role)
11
Kurahashi Haruo
Support Role
6.7
2005 Nobuta Wo Produce
Japanese Drama, 2005, 10 eps
Kiritani Koji (Support Role)
10
Kiritani Koji
Support Role
7.9
2005 Engine
Japanese Drama, 2005, 11 eps
Kusama Shuhei (Support Role)
11
Kusama Shuhei
Support Role
7.9
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2017 Our Meal For Tomorrow
Japanese Movie, 2017,
Hayama Ryota (Main Role)
Hayama Ryota
Main Role
7.8
2016 Pink and Gray
Japanese Movie, 2016,
Rengo Shiraki (Main Role)
Rengo Shiraki
Main Role
7.7
Special
Year Title # Role Rating
2016 Detective Ballerino
Japanese Special, 2016, 1 eps
Usushima Kurumi (Main Role)
1
Usushima Kurumi
Main Role
7.4
2015 Date - 2015 Natsu Hito
Japanese Special, 2015, 1 eps
Washio Yutaka (Support Role)
1
Washio Yutaka
Support Role
8.0
2008 Sensei wa Erai!
Japanese Special, 2008, 1 eps
Matsuki Souta (Main Role)
1
Matsuki Souta
Main Role
7.0
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2015 Itadaki High JUMP
Japanese TV Show, 2015, 140 eps
(Main Host)
140
Main Host
9.4
2008 Vs Arashi
Japanese TV Show, 2008, 436 eps
(Guest)
436
Guest
9.1
1986 MUSIC STATION
Japanese TV Show, 1986, 1328 eps
(Guest)
1328
Guest
9.0
Articles
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Editorials - Aug 30, 2018

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A Stalker's Guide to Kamiki Ryunosuke
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A Stalker's Guide to Mamiya Shotaro
Editorials - Jul 5, 2018

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A Stalker's Guide to Nomura Shuhei
Editorials - Jun 6, 2018

With his casual street style and handsome looks, rising star Nomura Shuhei is certainly gaining popularity throughout Japan. Learn more about one of Japan's most sought-after young actors!

A Stalker's Guide to Yamada Ryosuke
Editorials - Feb 9, 2018

Everything an obsessed fan might want to know about Yamada Ryosuke!