Juri Takahashi

Juri Takahashi (高橋 朱里, Takahashi Juri, Korean타카하시 쥬리; RRTakahasi Jyuri, born 3 October 1997 in Ibaraki Prefecture), also known mononymously, is a Japanese singer based in South Korea. She is a member of Woollim Entertainment's girl group Rocket Punch and former member of the Japanese idol girl group AKB48 as the captain of Team 4 and Team B.[1][2]

Juri Takahashi
高橋 朱里
Juri at Rocket Punch Debut Showcase on August 7, 2019.png
Takahashi in August 2019
Born (1997-10-03) 3 October 1997 (age 23)
Years active2011–present
Musical career
Associated acts
Japanese name
Kanji高橋 朱里
Hiraganaたかはし ずり
Katakanaタカハシ ズリ
Korean name
타카하시 쥬리


2011-2018: AKB48Edit

Takahashi at the Tokyo Auto Salon in Singapore on April 13, 2013

Takahashi passed AKB48's 12th generation auditions on 20 February 2011. In March 2012, she was promoted to the newly created Team 4, but was transferred to Team A in August 2012 when original Team 4 was disbanded.[3] In February 2014, Takahashi was briefly transferred to Team B.[4] In March 2015, Takahashi was transferred back to Team 4 (which was reformed in 2013) and appointed its captain.[5] She would lead the team for nearly three years before being transferred to Team B as its Captain in December 2017, where she would remain until graduation in May 2019.

Takahashi would go on to participate in 16 A-side and 30 B-side songs, as well as a variety of television dramas, movies, variety shows and stage plays in her 7-year tenure.[6]

In the group's General Elections in 2014, Takahashi ranked for the first time at 28th.[7] In 2015, she ranked at 25th.[8] In 2016, she ranked at 15th, making it the first time she entered the Senbatsu.[9][better source needed] In 2017, she ranked at 11th place, the highest rank she will achieve in a general election.[10][better source needed] In 2018, she ranked at 12th place.[11] In 2018, Takahashi participated in Produce 48 and was ranked #16.[12]

2019-present: Rocket PunchEdit

On 4 March 2019, Takahashi announced she was graduating from AKB48 in May 2019. In the same report, she revealed she had signed an exclusive contract with the South Korean label Woollim Entertainment,[13][12] after they e-mailed her.[14]

On 23 July 2019, Takahashi was announced as a member of Rocket Punch, a new six-member girl group from Woollim.[15][16] The group debuted on 7 August 2019, with their first extended play (EP) Pink Punch.[17][better source needed] In 2020, Takahashi ran a series of vlogs on Rocket Punch's YouTube channel titled Juriful Days.[18]



Stage unitsEdit

AKB48 Team 4 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (僕の太陽)
  1. "Idol Nante Yobanaide" (アイドルなんて呼ばないで)
Team A Waiting Stage
  1. "Skirt, Hirari" (スカート、ひらり)
  2. "Tenshi no Shippo" (天使のしっぽ)
  3. "Zannen Shojo" (残念少女)
AKB48 Team B 3rd Stage "Pajama Drive" (パジャマドライブ) (Revival)
  1. "Pajama Drive" (パジャマドライブ)

TV varietyEdit

  • Ariyoshi AKB Kyowakoku (有吉AKB共和国) (2011–2016)
  • Shuukan AKB (週刊AKB) (2012)
  • AKB Nemousu TV (AKBネ申テレビ) (2011–2018)
  • AKBingo! (2012–2018)
  • AKB48 no Anta Dare? (AKB48のあんた、誰?) (2012–2016)
  • Renai Sousenkyo (恋愛総選挙) (2014)
  • Produce 48 (2018)
  • King of Mask Singer[19] (2020)

TV dramasEdit

  • Majisuka Gakuen 3 (マジすか学園3) (NTV, 2012) – Messi
  • So Long 1st Night (NTV, 2013)
  • Sailor Zombie (セーラーゾンビ) (TV Tokyo, 2014), Mutsumi Oyamada[20]
  • Majisuka Gakuen 4 (マジすか学園4) (NTV, 2015), Uonome (Team Hinabe)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 5 (マジすか学園4) (NTV, Hulu, 2015), Uonome (Team Hinabe)
  • AKB Horror Night: Adrenaline's Night (AKBホラーナイト アドレナリンの夜) Ep.39 – Hide and Seek (TV Asahi, 2016), Yumi
  • AKB Love Night: Love Fatory (AKBラブナイト 恋工場) Ep.25 – Drama Love (TV Asahi, 2016), Kanako
  • Cabasuka Gakuen (キャバすか学園) (NTV, 2016), Uonome (Iwashi)


  • Shiritsu Bakarea Koukou (劇場版 私立バカレア高校) (2012)


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