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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (September 2009) This article uses citations that consist of only bare URLs. Please consider adding proper citations so that the article remains verifiable in the future. Several templates and a tool are available to facilitate formatting. (November 2010) Yuto Nakajima 中島 裕翔 Birth name Yuto Nakajima Born August 10, 1993 (1993-08-10) (age 17) Origin Tokyo, Japan Genres J-Pop Occupations Singer, actor, talent, pop idol Years active March 28, 2004-present Labels Johnny & Associates Associated acts Hey! Say! 7, Hey! Say! JUMP, Tap Kids, J.J. Express Yuto Nakajima (中島 裕翔, Nakajima Yūto?, born on August 10, 1993) 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. Contents 1 Career 1.1 2004: Joined Johnny's Entertainment 1.2 2005-2007 1.3 2008-2011 2 Discography 2.1 Solo Songs 2.2 Group Participations 2.3 Concerts 3 Filmography 3.1 Dramas 3.2 Variety shows 3.3 TV Appearances 3.4 Theatre 3.5 PV 3.6 TV Commercials / Advertisements 4 External links Career 2004: Joined Johnny's Entertainment Yuto 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, and current Hey! Say! JUMP member, Kei Inoo. 2005-2007 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 current 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. 2008-2011 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. Yamada Ryosuke, Chinen Yuri, and Arioka Daiki also co-star at the drama. in 2010, Nakajima wrote a song called Dash!! which was track #15 in Hey! Say! JUMP's first album JUMP No. 1. Discography Solo Songs D.N.A The unique love Uruwashi no Bad Girl You & You (duet with Yuri Chinen) Higher (duet with Takaki Yuya and Okamoto Keito) Dash!! (lyrics by Yuto) Group Participations J.J. Express (August 2005-2007) small but BIG (January 2006) Tap Kids (August 2006) J.J.Express ちびっこチーム(January - September 2007) Hey! Say! 7 (Temporary) (April 3 - September 30, 2007) Hey! Say! JUMP (September 24, 2007–present) Hey! Say! 7 (September 2007–present) Concerts For Hey! Say! JUMP-related concert, please see Hey! Say! JUMP. Filmography Dramas Engine (Fuji TV, 2005) as Kusama Shuhe 24 Hour Television special drama -小さな運転士 最後の夢 (The Little Engineer's Last Dream) (2005) Nobuta wo Produce (NTV, 2005) as Kiritani Koji Primadam (NTV, 2006) as Kurahashi Haruo Sensei wa Erai! (NTV, 2008) as Matsuki Souta (Lead role) Scrap Teacher ~Kyoushi Saisei~ (NTV, 2008) as Kusaka Shusaburo (Lead role) Variety shows Yan Yan JUMP (TV Tokyo, April 16, 2011 – present) The Shōnen Club (NHK, 2004–present) YOUtachi (NTV, October 2006 - October 2007) Bakushō Hyappun Terebi Heisei Families (爆笑100分テレビ!平成ファミリーズ) (NTV, October 2007 - March 2008) Jikuukan Sedai Batoru Shōwa x Heisei Sho wa Hey! Say! (時空間☆世代バトル 昭和×平成 SHOWはHey! Say!) (NTV, April 2008 - March 2009) TV Appearances For Hey! Say! JUMP-related appearances, please see Hey! Say! JUMP. Theatre Endless Shock (2005) Dream Boys (January 3, 2006 - May 29,Imperial Theatre) Takizawa Enbujo (March 7, 2006 - April 25,Shimbashi theater) One!-The history of Tackey-(September 5, 2006 - September 28,Nissay) Takizawa Enbujo 2007 (3 July 2007 - May 29, Shimbashi theater) PV Jibun no tame ni (Tokio) Seishun Amigo (Shuuji to Akira) TV Commercials / Advertisements Bennese Getting ready for secondary school CM (2005) Deca Sports - Wii LOTTE Ghana (2009) LOTTE Plus X Fruitio (2010) LOTTE Fruitio Squash External links Johnny's Net Hey! Say! JUMP official website v · d · eHey! Say! JUMP Yamada · Chinen · Nakajima · Morimoto · Okamoto · Arioka · Takaki · Inoo · Yaotome · Yabu Kota Studio albums Jump No.1 Singles Ultra Music Power · Dreams Come True · Your Seed/Bōken Rider · Mayonaka no Shadow Boy · Hitomi no Screen · Arigatō" (Sekai no Doko ni Itemo) · Over DVD Concert Hey! Say! JUMP Debut & First Concert Ikinari! in Tokyo Dome · Hey! Say! Jump-ing Tour '08-'09 · Hey! Say! 2010 TEN JUMP · Summary 2010 Related topics Johnny's Entertainment · NYC v · d · eJohnny & Associates Current Arashi · Hey! Say! JUMP · Kanjani8 · KAT-TUN · KinKi Kids · Masahiko Kondō · NEWS · Shonentai · SMAP · Tackey & Tsubasa · Tegomass · Tokio · V6 Temporary J-Friends · Kitty GYM · Matchy with Question? · The Shigotonin · Shūji to Akira · Toraji Haiji · Trio the Shakiin Trainees Johnny's Jr. · Yuma Nakayama w/B.I.Shadow Former Four Leaves · The Good-Bye · Hikaru Genji · Hiromi Go · Johnnys · Ninja · Otokogumi · Shibugakitai Official website Persondata Name Nakajima, Yuto Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 10, 1993 Place of birth Date of death Place of death