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Kamen Rider Wizard (Rings)

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Kamen Rider Wizard (Transformation Rings)

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Kamen Rider Wizard

Pucca Collections – Page 3

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Kamen Rider Fourze (Module)

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Mirai Shida… Kawaii… ^_^v


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Ryosuke Yamada


Ryōsuke Yamada (山田 涼介, Yamada Ryōsuke?, b. May 9, 1993 in Tokyo) is a Japanese tarento: actor, singer, dancer and a member of Hey! Say! JUMP[1]. He is under the management of Johnny & Associates and currently resides in Kanagawa Prefecture.

On August 12, 2004, when he was in the 5th grade (age 11), Ryosuke appeared on the variety show Ya-ya-yah, where his audition for Johnny and Associates was aired.

In July 2006, Yamada got his first role in a TV drama, Tantei Gakuen Q Special.

In April 2007, he was chosen to be a member of the temporary unit, Hey! Say! 7 which made its CD debut on August 1, when their single “Hey! Say!” was released. From July to September of that year, Tantei Gakuen Q became a TV drama series and Yamada played the same role he did in the Special that aired in 2006.

From September 24, 2007, Yamada began performing as a member of Hey! Say! JUMP, making his debut on November 14.

From January to March 2008 Yamada was in the third episode of the drama series, One-Pound Gospel, as Mukoda Katsumi, with his senior, Kazuya Kamenashi (KAT-TUN) and Hey! Say! JUMP member Yuri Chinen. On April 12 of that year Yamada was in the drama, Sensei wa erai! along with fellow Hey! Say! JUMP members Yuto Nakajima, Yuri Chinen and Daiki Arioka. He played Gunjou Hayato. On June 14, Yamada played Furuhata Ninzaburo in the drama Furuhata Chuugakusei.

In October 2008, Yamada was in the drama series Scrap Teacher: Kyoushi Saisei as Takasugi Toichi, along with Hey! Say! JUMP members that appeared with him in Sensei wa erai!.

In June 2009, Yamada became the leader of a temporary group NYC Boys with Yuri Chinen and Yuma Nakayama w/B.I.Shadow as supporter for the Japanese Volleyball Team for the FIVB World Grand Prix 2009. Their single “NYC/Akuma na Koi” hit the #1 position on the billboard charts.

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