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Airi Suzuki

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Full Name Airi Suzuki
Profession Pop Singer
Date of Birth April 12 , 1994
Current Age 29 years
Birth Country Japan
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 29 years old)

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Airi Suzuki is one of the famous Pop Singer, who was born on the memorable day of April 12 in the year 1994. Airi Suzuki is a proud citizen of Japan.

Japanese pop idol best known as a former member of the groups C-ute, Buno!, Hello! Project Kids, and Dia Lady. She has appeared on television on shows like Yorosen as well as in films like 2011’s Osama Game. Also a model, she has done several shoots for the magazine Ray.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Airi Suzuki continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Airi Suzuki
Popular As: Airi Suzuki
First Name: Airi
Last Name: Suzuki
Gender: Female
Birthday: April 12
Birth Year: 1994
Age: 29-years
Siblings: Takayuki Suzuki, Saiki Suzuki


She was born in Gifu, Japan and passed the audition for Hello! Project Kids in 2002. She made her entertainment industry debut as a member of the group 4Kids.

She appeared as a gravure idol with Mayu Watanabe from AKB48 in the December 2010 issue of UP to Boy.


Her parents, Toru Suzuki and Kyoko Suzuki, are both professional golfers. She has a sibling named Saiki. She has performed alongside Maimi Yajima as a member of Cute.

Airi Suzuki Timeline

Having taken singing lessons since kindergarten, in 2002, Suzuki auditioned for Hello!.
In 2003, Suzuki became a member of the subgroup Aa! along with Reina Tanaka from Morning Musume and Miyabi Natsuyaki.
Later, in 2004, she participated in singing "All for One & One for All!", a collaboration single released by all Hello!.
Project Kids and later debuted as one of the lead vocalist of the Japanese idol girl group Cute in 2005.
Suzuki became Cute's lead vocalist, and the group made their major label debut in 2007 with "Sakura Chirari.".
In 2013, Suzuki became part of the subgroup Dia Lady with Risako Sugaya for the Satoumi Movement.