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Hamamatsu Riona was a member of AKB48's Team 8. Now she is a member of Girl Group 'PoshGirls'.

Catchphrase

"はままつ"と言えば、静岡県の浜松市やけど、徳島の"はままつ"と言えば?(里緒菜) 歌とダンスが大好きな濵松里緒菜、27歳です
"Hamamatsu" to ieba, Shizuoka-ken no Hamamatsu-shi yakedo, Tokushima no "Hamamatsu" to ieba? (Riona) Uta to DANSU ga daisuki na Hamamatsu Riona, 2721-sai desu
(If I talk about "Hamamatsu", it can be Hamamatsu city from Shizuoka prefecture, but if I talk about Tokushima's Hamamatsu, it's? (Riona) A lover of music and dance, I'm Hamamatsu Riona, 27 years old)

History

2014

  • On April 3rd, was announced as a Team 8 member.
  • On August 5th, had her stage debut at Team 8's Party ga Hajimaru yo stage.
  • On August 27th, participated in her first AKB48 song, 47 no Suteki na Machi e on the 47th single, Kokoro no Placard.

2015

  • On November 7th and 8th, performed at the Cool Japan Festival in Manila, Philippines.

2016

  • On December 4th, performed at the Philippines-Japan Friendship Celebration in Manila, Philippines.

2017

  • On June 6th, during a SHOWROOM live stream, announced her graduation from AKB48.
  • On July 2nd, held her last AKB48 activity and officially graduated from the group.
  • On July 5th, was one of the five finalists for the Miss Sophia contest.
  • On November 4th, during the final round of the Miss Sophia contest, was crowned the winner.

2018

  • On August 29th, released her first solo single, Never Give Up!!.
  • On November 7th, released a repackage version of her first single, titled Never Give Up!! ~for you~.

2019

  • On July 26th and 27th, performed her new, unreleased songs Tell Me Why and There For Me at the Japan Expo Malaysia.
  • On September 29th, performed at a charity event for physically disabled people.
  • On November 11th, was a guest on the radio show "FM Tokushima-san no FRIDAY ON LINE" FM TokushimaさんのFRIDAY ON LINE.
  • On November 16th, performed in the stage play "O-Getsu KAGURA."
  • On December 28th and 29th, performed at the EOY J-Culture festival in Singapore.

2020

  • On February 1st, the studio versions of Tell Me Why and There For Me were released in both Japanese and English as part of her second single, Tell Me Why.

2021

  • On April 12th, it was announced she would make her debut in Korea.
    • The agency she is affiliated with is called "No.1 Media Japan" and is a Japanese agency.
    • The majority of members are from Japan.
    • They are planning to debut in Korea in June 2021.
  • On June 29th, it was announced that PoshGirls would debut in August 2021 with a mini album.
  • On July 8th, the Japanese members of PoshGirls released their first music video called "Victory" in honor for the 2020 Olympics held in Tokyo. It can be viewed here[1].
  • On August 18th, PoshGirls officially debuted with the single "GotChu".
  • On November 6th, Riona releases solo album in South Korea with tracks 'Tell me why' and 'Someday'.

Team History

  • 2014.04.03 - Joined AKB48 as a Team 8 member
  • 2017.07.02 - Graduated from AKB48's Team 8 (Announcement: June 12, 2017)

AKB48 Senbatsu Election

Solo Singles

  1. [2018.08.29] - Never Give Up!!
  2. [2020.02.01] - Tell Me Why (Korean Solo Album)

Releases with PoshGirls

# Cover Title Release date
01 S.O.G:Songs of Goddess 2021.08.18

Singles Participation

AKB48 B-Sides

Albums Participation

AKB48 Albums

Units

Stage Units

81 (PARTY ga Hajimaru yo)
Anata to Christmas Eve
Classmate (Under)

Concert Units

Team 8 National Tour 〜47 no Suteki na Machi e〜

Nagasaki
Hokkaido
Kochi
Nagano
  • Kiss Shite Son Shichatta
Okayama
Kagawa

Media Appearances

Variety Shows

  • Mirai ☆ Monster (ミライ☆モンスター) (2014)
  • AKBINGO! (2014)

Stage Plays

  • O-Getsu KAGURA (2019)

Trivia

  • Team 8 Performances: Tokushima, Hiroshima, Gunma, Miyagi
  • Hobbies: Dance, music and movie appreciation
  • Favorite seniors: Oshima Yuko, Yamamoto Sayaka
  • Likes: SNSD
  • Special skills: Having an English conversation
  • Future ambition: An entertainer who can sing and dance
  • Her full name is Riona Crystal Hamamatsu
  • She lived in Los Angeles until she was 10 years old
  • Was a model before joining AKB48
  • She is fluent in English
  • One of the 12 selected Team 8 members that performed on Cool Japan Festival at Manila, Philippines on November 7 and 8, 2015
  • One of the 12 selected Team 8 members that performed on Philippines-Japan Friendship Celebration at Manila, Philippines on December 4, 2016
  • Learnt figure skating in Los Angeles from the age of 3, but because there were no rinks in Tokushima when she returned to Japan, she started learning dance instead


Gallery

AKB48 Website
Team 8 Website

AKB48
Members
Team A Iwatate Saho | Otake Hitomi | Okada Nana | Okabe Rin | Komiyama Haruka | Saito Haruna | Shimizu Maria | Takahashi Sayaka | Chiba Erii | Nakanishi Chiyori | Nagano Serika | Honda Hitomi | Ma Chia-Ling | Michieda Saki | Mitomo Mashiro | Mukaichi Mion (Captain) | Muto Orin | Yoshihashi Yuzuka
Team K Ichikawa Manami | Uemi Sorano | Onishi Momoka | Okuhara Hinako | Oda Erina | Kobayashi Ran | Shimoguchi Hinana | Takahashi Ayane | Taguchi Manaka (Captain) | Hattori Yuna | Hama Sayuna | Muto Tomu | Mogi Shinobu | Yamauchi Mizuki | Yamane Suzuha | Yamabe Ayu | Yumoto Ami
Team B Asai Nanami (Captain) | Ishiwata Sena | Inagaki Kaori | Omori Maho | Oguri Yui | Kashiwagi Yuki | Kitazawa Saki | Sakaguchi Nagisa | Sato Minami | Shinozaki Ayana | Suzuki Kurumi | Tokunaga Remi | Nagano Megumi | Hashimoto Haruna | Hidaritomo Ayaka | Hirano Hikaru | Fujizono Rei | Yamada Kyoka
Team 4 Utada Hatsuka | Omori Miyuu | Okada Rina | Kawahara Misaki | Gyoten Yurina | Kuranoo Narumi (Captain) | Kurosu Haruka | Sakagawa Hiyuka | Sasaki Yukari | Sato Kiara | Shitao Miu | Takaoka Kaoru | Tada Kyoka | Taniguchi Megu | Nagatomo Ayami | Murayama Yuiri | Yoshikawa Nanase | Yoshida Karen
Team 8 Hokkaido & Tohoku: Sakaguchi Nagisa | Mitomo Mashiro | Kanto: Okabe Rin | Honda Hitomi | Shimizu Maria | Takahashi Ayane | Yoshikawa Nanase | Oguri Yui | Oda Erina | Hidaritomo Ayaka | Chubu: Utada Hatsuka | Hashimoto Haruna | Hirano Hikaru | Sakagawa Hiyuka | Takahashi Sayaka | Hattori Yuna | Kansai: Nagano Serika | | Onishi Momoka | Hama Sayuna | Chugoku & Shikoku: Tokunaga Remi | Okuhara Hinako | Shitao Miu | Gyoten Yurina | Takaoka Kaoru | Kyushu: Yoshida Karen | Kawahara Misaki | Kuranoo Narumi | Yamada Kyoka | Uemi Sorano | Fujizono Rei
Kenkyuusei Ota Yuki | Kohama Kokone | Sato Airi | Hashimoto Eriko | Hasegawa Niina | Hatakeyama Nozomi | Hirata Yuki | Hotei Moka | Masai Mayuu | Mizushima Miyuu | Yamazaki Sora
Former Members
Team A Usami Yuki | Orii Ayumi | Hoshino Michiru | Masuyama Kayano | Oe Tomomi | Komatani Hitomi | Tojima Hana | Nakanishi Rina | Narita Risa | Kawasaki Nozomi | Oshima Mai | Maeda Atsuko | Sato Natsuki | Nito Moeno | Kasai Tomomi | Nakatsuka Tomomi | Shinoda Mariko | Nakamata Shiori | Kikuchi Ayaka | Katayama Haruka | Morikawa Ayaka | Kawaei Rina | Matsui Sakiko | Nishiyama Rena | Takahashi Minami | Iwata Karen | Hirata Rina | Maeda Ami | Ogasawara Mayu | Shimazaki Haruka | Owada Nana | Nakamura Mariko | Kojima Haruna | Shimada Haruka | Tano Yuka | Goto Moe | Maeda Ayaka | Honda Sora | Yokoyama Yui | Kato Rena | Iriyama Anna | Furukawa Nazuna | Nishikawa Rei | Miyazaki Miho
Team K Uemura Ayako | Imai Yu | Takada Ayana | Hayano Kaoru | Naruse Risa | Ono Erena | Yonezawa Rumi | Mitsumune Kaoru | Masuda Yuka | Nakaya Sayaka | Matsubara Natsumi | Akimoto Sayaka | Oshima Yuko | Sato Amina | Uchida Mayumi | Itano Tomomi | Takajo Aki | Nagao Mariya | Ishida Haruka | Aigasa Moe | Nakata Chisato | Suzuki Mariya | Fujita Nana | Nozawa Rena | Kojima Mako | Yahagi Moeka | Minegishi Minami | Yasuda Kana
Team B Watanabe Shiho | Inoue Naru | Noguchi Reina | Matsuoka Yuki | Saeki Mika | Oku Manami | Hirajima Natsumi | Komori Mika | Nonaka Misato | Hashimoto Hikari | Kuramochi Asuka | Uchiyama Natsuki | Kobayashi Kana | Iwasa Misaki | Umeta Ayano | Yokoshima Aeri | Oshima Ryoka | Tanabe Miku | Kizaki Yuria | Watanabe Mayu | Kojima Natsuki | Takahashi Juri | Takeuchi Miyu | Hiwatashi Yui | Oya Shizuka | Takita Kayoko | Kubo Satone
Team 4 Mori Anna | Takashima Yurina | Kobayashi Marina | Maeda Mitsuki | Tsuchiyasu Mizuki | Natori Wakana | Nishino Miki | Okada Ayaka | Iino Miyabi | Okawa Rio | Taya Misaki | Kawamoto Saya | Tatsuya Makiho | Homma Mai | Kuramoto Miyuu
Team 8 Okubora Chinatsu | Moriwaki Yui | Iwasaki Moeka | Fujimura Natsuki | Yamamoto Ai | Kita Reina | Kondo Moeri | Yoshino Miyu | Fukuchi Rena | Tani Yuri | Hamamatsu Riona | Abe Mei | Mogi Kasumi | Hirose Natsuki | Hayasaka Tsumugi | Shimoaoki Karin | Yaguchi Moka | Cho Kurena | Noda Hinano | Yokomichi Yuri | Hitomi Kotone | Nakano Ikumi | Tanikawa Hijiri | Sato Shiori | Yamada Nanami | Ito Kirara | Sato Nanami | Terada Misaki | Ota Nao | Yamamoto Ruka | Nunoya Riru | Inoue Miyuu | Shiobara Karin | Rissen Airi | Hasegawa Momoka | Sato Akari | Matsumura Miku | Kamachi Yukina | Miyazato Rira | Onoue Mizuki | Suzuki Yuka | Harumoto Yuki Yokoyama Yui | Okumoto Hinano
Kenkyuusei Nishizawa Sara | Katano Yurie | Iinuma Yurina | Kaneko Satomi | Kozuka Rina | Yoshioka Saki | Watanabe Marie | Deguchi Aki | Yamada Mizuho | Ishiguro Remi | Suzuki Nae | Arima Yuka | Tomita Mayu | Hatayama Arisa | Saotome Miki | Uriya Akane | Katono Mizuho | Komatsu Mizuki | Hayashi Ayano | Nishikawa Nanami | Muranaka Satomi | Asai Madoka | Ishii Ayaka | Ishibe Aya | Kaku Grace | Komizu Nanami | Sakamoto Rio | Sugiyama Miku | Tomite Ami | Miki Nikoru | Ito Ayaka | Imai Yurie | Fujimoto Sara | Ishiguro Atsuki | Kinumoto Momoko | Takamatsu Eri | Ueki Asaka | Sano Yuriko | Iwasaki Hitomi | Toyoda Saki | Okazaki Chinami | Kawakami Marina | Kanazawa Yuuki | Ushikubo Sara | Yamaguchi Nau | Suzuki Rika | Amemiya Maika | Kita Shiori | Hasegawa Haruna | Moriyama Sakura | Watanabe Nene | Saeed Yokota Erena | Eguchi Aimi | Takahashi Kira | Noguchi Nanami | Nomura Nao | Harasawa Otohi | Kamiyama Riho | Shoji Nagisa | Umemoto Izumi | Harima Nanami | Sato Shiori | Suenaga Yuzuki
Discography
Indie Singles 1. Sakura no Hanabiratachi | 2. Skirt, Hirari
Major Singles 1. Aitakatta | 2. Seifuku ga Jama wo Suru | 3. Keibetsu Shiteita Aijou | 4. Bingo! | 5. Boku no Taiyou | 6. Yuuhi wo Miteiru ka? | 7. Romance, Irane | 8. Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008 | 9. Baby! Baby! Baby! | 10. Oogoe Diamond | 11. 10nen Zakura | 12. Namida Surprise! | 13. Iiwake Maybe | 14. RIVER | 15. Sakura no Shiori | 16. Ponytail to Shushu | 17. Heavy Rotation | 18. Beginner | 19. Chance no Junban | 20. Sakura no Ki ni Narou | 21. Everyday, Katyusha | 22. Flying Get | 23. Kaze wa Fuiteiru | 24. Ue Kara Mariko | 25. GIVE ME FIVE! | 26. Manatsu no Sounds Good! | 27. Gingham Check | 28. UZA | 29. Eien Pressure | 30. So long! | 31. Sayonara Crawl | 32. Koi Suru Fortune Cookie | 33. Heart Ereki | 34. Suzukake Nanchara | 35. Mae Shika Mukanee | 36. Labrador Retriever | 37. Kokoro no Placard | 38. Kibouteki Refrain | 39. Green Flash | 40. Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai | 41. Halloween Night | 42. Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby | 43. Kimi wa Melody | 44. Tsubasa wa Iranai | 45. LOVE TRIP/Shiawase wo Wakenasai | 46. High Tension | 47. Shoot Sign | 48.Negaigoto no Mochigusare | 49. #SukiNanda | 50. 11-gatsu no Anklet | 51. Jabaja | 52. Teacher Teacher | 53. Sentimental Train | 54. NO WAY MAN | 55. Jiwaru DAYS | 56. Sustainable | 57. Shitsuren, Arigatou | 58. Ne mo Ha mo Rumor | 59. Moto Kare desu
Best Albums 1. Set List ~Greatest Songs 2006-2007~ | 2. Kamikyokutachi | 3. Koko ni Ita Koto | 4. 1830m | 5. Tsugi no Ashiato | 6. Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe! | 7. Zero to Ichi no Aida | 8. Thumbnail | 9. Bokutachi wa, Ano Hi no Yoake wo Shitteiru |
Stage Albums
Team A 1st Stage "Party ga Hajimaru yo" | 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" | 3rd Stage "Dareka no Tame ni" | 4th Stage "Tadaima Ren'aichuu" | 5th Stage "Ren'ai Kinshi Jourei" | 6th Stage "Mokugekisha" | 7th Stage "M'T. ni Sasagu"
Team K 1st Stage "Party ga Hajimaru yo" | 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls" | 3rd Stage "Nonai Paradise" | 4th Stage "Saishuu Bell ga Naru" | 5th Stage "Saka Agari" | 6th Stage "RESET"
Team B 1st Stage "Seishun Girls" | 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" | 3rd Stage "Pajama Drive" | 4th Stage "Idol no Yoake" | 5th Stage "Theater no Megami"
Himawari-gumi 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" | 2nd Stage "Yume wo Shinaseru Wake ni Ikanai"
Team 4 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" | 2nd Stage "Idol no Yoake"
Concerts
DVDs 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | 33 | 34 | 35 | 36 | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40 | 41 | 42
Filmography
Movies Densen Uta | DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 to be continued | DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 Show must go on | DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 No flower without rain | DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 The Time Has Come
Dramas Majisuka Gakuen | Majisuka Gakuen 2 | Sakura Kara no Tegami | Majisuka Gakuen 3 | So Long! | Sailor Zombie | Majisuka Gakuen 4 | Majisuka Gakuen 5 | Cabasuka Gakuen | Crow's Blood | Tofu Pro Wrestling
Anime AKB0048
Events
Sousenkyo 1st Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 13th Single "Kamisama ni Chikatte Gachi Desu"
2nd Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 17th Single "Kaasan ni Chikatte, Gachi Desu"
3rd Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 22nd Single "Kotoshi mo Gachi Desu"
4th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 27th Single "Fan ga Erabu 64 Giseki"
5th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 32nd Single "Yume wa Hitori ja Mirarenai"
6th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 37th Single "Yume no Genzaichi ~Rival wa Doko da~"
7th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 41st Single
8th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 45th Single
9th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 49 Single
Janken Taikai

1st Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 19th Single
2nd Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 24th Single
3rd Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 29th Single
4th Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 34th Single
5th Senbatsu Janken Taikai - Solo Debut + 38th Single

Group Draft Meeting

AKB48 Group Draft Meeting 2013
AKB48 Group Draft Meeting 2015

Units & Other Groups
Soloists Matsui Sakiko (Piano) | Iwasa Misaki (Enka) | Watanabe Mayu | Kashiwagi Yuki | Takahashi Minami | Itano Tomomi | Sashihara Rino | Kuramochi Asuka (Gachi Uma 2) | Kasai Tomomi (Gachi Uma - Former member) | Maeda Atsuko (Former member) | Oshima Mai (Former member) | Hoshino Michiru (Former member) | Oku Manami (Former member) | Ohori Megumi (Former member) | Ono Erena (Former member) | Hayano Kaoru (Former member)
Units No Sleeves | Watarirouka Hashiritai 7 | French Kiss | Not yet | DiVA
One-Shot Units NO NAME | YM7 | YJ7 | Ojarumaru Sisters | Team KISHIN from AKB48 | Sukeban Girls | Team Dragon from AKB48 | Honegumi from AKB48 | ICE from AKB48 | Crayon Friends from AKB48 | AKBIdoling!!! | Queen & Elizabeth | Natto Angels | Natto Angels Z | Okashina Sisters | Team Z | BABY GAMBA | Mini Skirt | Porrima from AKB48 | Team Surprise | Team BS
Sister Groups SKE48 | SDN48 (Disbanded) | NMB48 | HKT48 | JKT48 | TPE48 | SNH48
Rival Group Nogizaka46
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