Aya Matsuura

Knowledge Identifier: +Aya_Matsuura


Aya Matsuura

Japanese pop singer from Himeji, Hy-go Prefecture, Japan add

Category: Music

Born in 1986.

Countries: Japan (57%), United States (29%), (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Keita Tachibana, Chisato Moritaka, Miki Fujimoto

Linked to: TV Asahi, Lion, FamilyMart, Shiseido




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Aya Matsuura was born in 1986 add something


A cover of Chisato Moritaka's 1993 original add something


Kazunari Ninomiya - Ninomiya next took to the screen as Shuichi, a high school student trying to get rid of his abusive stepfather, in the 2003 film "Ao no Hon?" with Aya Matsuura as his co-star


She collaborated with Miki Fujimoto as a duo named GAM that debuted September 2006 add something


On October 9, 2006 both concerts she was supposed to hold that day were cancelled, as she was not feeling well add something


On March 8, 2008, Matsuura as a secret guest performed at the opening ceremony of the Fourth Special Olympics Japan Winter National Games, a national event in preparation of the 2009 Special Olympics World Winter Games held in Boise, Idaho , Idaho add something


She performed the song "Kizuna", which was released on May 21, 2008 as her 20th single add something


On August 26, 2009, Matsuura launched her own blog called Ayablog and announced that her upcoming tour will be her last for two or three years add something


In late August 2011, it was revealed that she is diagnosed with endometriosis, which has been and will continue to limit her concert activities in the future add something


On August 4th, 2013 she announced her engagement to Keita Tachibana of W-inds add something


On August 4, 2013 she announced her engagement to Keita Tachibana of W-inds add something


On December 24, 2014, the couple announced the birth of their first child, a baby girl add something