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Aki Takajo (高城亜樹 Takajo Aki?), also known as Akicha (あきちゃ Akicha?), is an actress and a member of AKB48's Team B. She auditioned for AKB48's sixth generation and was promoted to member of Team A. Her talent agency is Watanabe Productions. She is also a member of the sub-unit French Kiss. She is a concurrent member of AKB48's Team B and JKT48's Team J.
Takajo auditioned for AKB48 and was chosen in the group's sixth generation, also known as the third generation of Kenkyusei (trainees). She debuted on August 23, 2008 in the concert "Live DVD wa Derudarou kedo, Yappari Nama ni Kagiruze". On October 19, she substituted for Haruna Kojima on the Team A Fifth Stage, "Renai Kinshi Jorei". On December 29, Takajo was promoted to AKB48's Team A; she only spent 71 days from theater debut to full member, and it was the fastest promotion in AKB48 history at the time.
Takajo's first A-side with AKB48 was in 2010 for the single "Ponytail to Shushu". In the 2010 AKB48 general elections, she placed 13th and landed a spot on the title track for "Heavy Rotation". She and AKB48 members Yuki Kashiwagi and Asuka Kuramochi formed a sub-unit, "French Kiss" and the group released the single "Zutto Mae Kara" which peaked at number five on the Oricon charts.
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- SAVEPOINT (June 2014 -, TV Tokyo)
- Majisuka Gakuen 2 (April 15–29, May 27, June 3, 17, 2011 TV Tokyo) 
- Majisuka Gakuen (January 8 – March 26, 2010, TV Tokyo)
- Suiensaa (28 April, 5 May, 12 May 2009, 5 January 2010, NHK)
- Shukan AKB (July 2009 –, TV Tokyo)
- AKBINGO (August 2008 –, Nippon Television)
- AKB0ji59fun (28 July – 18 August 2008, Nippon Television)
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Singles with AKB48
|2009||13||"Iiwake Maybe"||Under Girls||Ranked 23rd in 2009 general election. Did not sing on title track. Sang on "Tobenai Agehacho". Debut single with Team A.|
|2009||14||"River"||Under Girls||Did not sing on title track. Sang on "Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara".|
|2010||15||"Sakura no Shiori"||Team PB||Did not sing on title track. Sang on "Enkyori Poster" as Team PB.|
|2010||16||"Ponytail to Shushu"||A-side||First A-side. Also sang on "Majijo Teppen Blues"|
|2010||17||"Heavy Rotation"||A-side||Ranked 13th in 2010 General Election. Also sang on "Yasai Sisters" and "Lucky Seven".|
|2010||19||"Chance no Junban"||A-side||Placed 8th in rock-paper-scissors tournament. Also sang on "Yoyakushita Christmas"; and "Kurumi to Dialogue" as Team A.|
|2011||20||"Sakura no Ki ni Narō"||A-side|
|2011||--||"Dareka no Tame ni - What can I do for someone?"||??||charity single|
|2011||21||"Everyday, Katyusha"||A-side||Also sang on "Korekara Wonderland" and "Yankee Soul".|
|2011||22||"Flying Get"||A-side||Ranked 12th in 2011 General Election.|
|2011||23||"Kaze wa Fuiteiru"||A-side|
|2011||24||"Ue kara Mariko"||B-side||Did not sing on title track; lineup was determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament; She sang on "Noël no Yoru"; and on "Rinjin wa Kizutsukanai" as Team A.|
|2012||25||"Give Me Five!"||A-side (Baby Blossom), Special Girls B||Sang in chorus with Baby Blossom; She also sang on "Hitsujikai no Tabi" as part of Special Girls B.|
|2012||26||"Manatsu no Sounds Good!"||A-side||She also sang on "Gugutasu no Sora".|
|2012||27||"Gingham Check"||Under Girls||Ranked 17th in 2012 General Election. Did not sing on title track. She sang on "Nante Bohemian".|
|2012||29||"Eien Pressure"||B-side||Did not sing on title track; lineup was determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament. Sang on "Totteoki Christmas" and "Watashitachi no Reason". She is now part of JKT48.|
|2013||31||"Sayonara Crawl"||A-side||She is credited as JKT48 Team J and AKB48 Team B for this single.|
|2013||32||"Koi Suru Fortune Cookie"||Under Girls||Did not sing on title track. Ranked 20th in 2013 General Election. Sang on "Ai no Imi wo Kangaete Mita".|
|2013||33||"Heart Electric"||Under Girls||Did not sing on title track. Sang on "Kaisoku to Doutai Shiryoku"|
|2013||34||"Suzukake no Ki no Michi de "Kimi no Hohoemi o Yume ni Miru" to Itte Shimattara Bokutachi no Kankei wa Dō Kawatte Shimau no ka, Bokunari ni Nan-nichi ka Kangaeta Ue de no Yaya Kihazukashii Ketsuron no Yō na Mono"||B-side||Did not sing on title track; lineup was determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament. Sang on "Mosh & Dive".|
Singles with JKT48
|2013||1||"River"||A-side||Debut with Team J.|
|2013||2||"Yuuhi wo miteiru ka?-Apakah Kau Melihat Mentari Senja?-"||B-side||Did not sing on title track. Sang on " Nagai Hikari- Cahaya Panjang -"|
|2013||3||"Fortune Cookie In Love -Fortune Cookie Yang Mencinta-"||A-side||Also sang on "First Rabbit"|
|2013||4||"Manatsu no Sounds Good! - Musim Panas Sounds Good!"|
- Team A 5th Stage (Renai Kinshi Jorei)
- Kuroi Tenshi
- Heart Gata Virus (backup for Haruna Kojima)
- Team K 4th Stage (Saishuu Bell ga Naru) (backup for Sae Miyazawa)
- Team K 5th Stage (Sakaagari)
- Ai no Iro (backup for Sae Miyazawa)
- Himawari Gumi 2nd Stage (Yume o Shinaseru wake ni wa Ikanai) in Theater G-Rosso
- Hajimete no Jelly Beans
- Team A 6th Stage (Mokugekisha)
- Enjo Rosen
- Team J 1st Stage (Renai Kinshi Jourei/Aturan Anti Cinta)
- Renai Kinshi Jourei (Aturan Arti Cinta)
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- She was the fastest member to be promoted, until Rion Azuma was promoted in April 2013
- She is the second oldest out of three daughters.
- She is a fan of dogs and owns two Chihuahuas: Smurf (スマーフ) and Mari (マリ)
- Member of Art Club, Driving Club and Marathon Club
- Held a Concurrent Position
- Younger sister of Jui Kizuki (born Jui Takajo), a former gravure idol
- Theater debut was as Haruna Kojima's under for an A5 performance
- ↑ AKB48 Members. akb48.co.jp.
- ↑ Watanabe Entertainment Profile. Watanabepro.co.jp. Retrieved on 2011-11-13.
- ↑ Profile | フレンチ・キス. Mv.avex.jp. Retrieved on 2011-11-13.
- ↑ Reformation of AKB48 in Tokyo Dome Concert (Japanese) (2012-08-24).
- ↑ Green, Scott (August 24, 2012). AKB48 Announces Tectonic Line-Up Shift. Crunchyroll.
- ↑ ドラマ24「マジすか学園２」：テレビ東京 公式サイト. Tv-tokyo.co.jp. Retrieved on 2011-11-13.
- ↑ ドラマ24「マジすか学園」：テレビ東京 公式サイト. Tv-tokyo.co.jp. Retrieved on 2011-11-13.
- ↑ Center and A-side lineup information provided by AKB48 歴代シングル選抜メンバー（2006年～2013年）. entamedata.web.fc2.com. Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
- ↑ AKB48、じゃんけん選抜シングルは「チャンスの順番」 (Japanese). Natalie. Natasha, Inc. (2010-11-04). Retrieved on 2012-04-21.
- ↑ AKB48 ：AKB48 ：じゃんけん大会を再び開催 9月に武道館で SKE48、NMB48ら総勢71人参加 (Japanese). Mainichi Shimbun Digital Co., Ltd.. MANTANWEB (3 July 2011). Retrieved on 2011-07-03.
- ↑ AKB48’s second "Rock, Paper, Scissors" Tournament confirmed. Tokyohive.com (2011-07-03). Retrieved on 2013-04-25.
- ↑ AKB48 32ndシングル 選抜総選挙 (Japanese). AKB48 Official Site (2013-06-08).
- ↑ Suskin, Jeremy (September 18, 2013). Jurina Matsui Wins Jankenpyon Tournament to Lead AKB48′s 34th Single. Nihongogo.
- ↑ 鈴懸(すずかけ)の木の道で「君の微笑みを夢に見る」と言ってしまったら僕たちの関係はどう変わってしまうのか、僕なりに何日か考えた上でのやや気恥ずかしい結論のようなもの ＜Type A＞【通常盤】（マキシ＋ＤＶＤ複合） (Japanese). King Records. Retrieved on 2013-11-19.