| Hasegawa Moemi|
Hasegawa Moemi promoting "Shashin ni wa Nokoranai Shoot"
Moe (もえ), Moemi (もえみ)
April 2, 1994
Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan
Hasegawa Moemi was born on April 2, 1994 in Nagaoka, Niigata, Japan.
In July, Hasegawa was selected as the grand winner along with Takakura Shuusaku in the 3rd Forest Award NEW FACE Audition.
On December 31, she was officially introduced as a member of Bitter & Sweet at the Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2013 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~.
- Audition Song: "Precious" by Ito Yuna
- Special Skills: 7-dan in calligraphy, singing like Freddy Mercury during karaoke, athletic hurdle, softball tennis, flexible, tea ceremony
- Motto: Koerarenai hurdle wa nai... kamo (越えられないハードルは無い、、かも。; There is no hurdle that can't be overcome... maybe)
- Charm Points: Distance between her eyes, arched nose
- Favorite Food: Sunomono
- Strength: She recovers quickly
- Weakness: Misplacing small things
- Hobbies: Reading fashion magazines, window shopping, watching YouTube
- Favorite Color: Red
- Favorite Artists: Queen, Freddie Mercury, Christina Aguilera, Taylor Swift, JuJu, Aiko, Nakashima Mika
Discography Featured InEdit
Bitter & SweetEdit
- [2015.12.23] #Bitasui
- Indies Singles
- [2014.03.19] Bitter & Sweet / Install
- [2014.09.03] Darenimo Naisho / Gesshoku
- [2015.02.11] Ren'ai WARS / Koigokoro
- Major Singles
- [2017.05.17] Shiawase ni Naritai. / Shashin ni wa Nokoranai Shoot
- She wants to visit New York, Los Angeles, United Kingdom, France and Italy. Before visiting, she hopes to learn English.
- She was born on the same day as Juice=Juice member Miyazaki Yuka.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "レコーディングデイズ" (in Japanese). Hasegawa Moemi Official Blog. 2014-12-05.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "おめでとうございます✨！" (in Japanese). Hasegawa Moemi Official Blog. 2015-04-14.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Young Town Doyoubi. MBS Radio. 2016-08-27.
- ↑ "田﨑あさひのユニットパートナーが登場！、保田圭、中島卓偉、城太郎ライブ他(12/20/2013)#45" (in Japanese). UF LICKS (via YouTube). 2013-12-20.
- ↑ "LoVendoЯツアー最終日映像！スタジオに中島卓偉！田﨑あさひ・長谷川萌美ユニット名発表！他(12/27/2013)#46" (in Japanese). UF LICKS (via YouTube). 2013-12-27.
- ↑ "カウントダウンにカウントダウン！" (in Japanese). Hasegawa Moemi Official Blog. 2013-12-28.