From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hinako Sano (佐野 ひなこ Sano Hinako, born October 13, 1994, in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese actress, model, and gravure idol who is affiliated with Horipro.
Before becoming an actress, Sano was a magazine model. She appeared in the photo collection Hare Nochi Tsuintēru, and served as a model in After School Tails. She was nominated in the Horipro Scout Caravan 2012 contest. Although Sano missed the Grand Prix, she was associated with Horipro.
In March 2013, she graduated from Tama University Meguro High School. In April, Sano went on to attend a university.
In July 13, 2013, she appeared in Weekly Young Magazine (Kodansha) which marked her debut in gravure. In August 2014, Sano became an exclusive Beauty Muse of Vivi.
Data from Asiawiki
- Name: Hinako Sano
- Japanese: 佐野ひなこ (さの ひなこ)
- Born: October 13, 1994
- Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan
- Height: 160 cm
- Blood Type:
- A Cherry Boy’s Love | Sakuranbo no Koi (2018)
- Gyoza You Can Kiss | Kiss Dekiru Gyoza (2018) – Mari Kurahashi
- Saki (2017) – Takako Kubota
- Tankentai no Eiko (2015) – Tamaki Akada (assistant director)
- Lovely Unlovely | Jinsei ga Tanoshiku Naru Shiawase no Housoku (NTV-YTV / 2019) – Moe Kamoshida
- Code: M (TV Tokyo / 2017) – Mikako Kogure
- Thrill!: The Black Chapter | Kuro no Sho (NHK / 2017) – Chikako Shinohara
- Thrill!: The Red Chapter | Aka no Sho (NHK / 2017) – Chikako Shinohara
- Ten Dark Women | Kuroi Junin no Onna (YTV-NTV / 2016) – Ayano Fumisaka
- A Girl & Three Sweethearts | Sukina Hito ga Iru Koto (Fuji TV / 2016) – Mikako Okuda
- Siren | Sairen (Fuji TV-KTV / 2015) – Ai
- Death Note | Desu Noto (NTV / 2015) – Misa Amane
- Hell Teacher Nube | Jigoku Sensei Nube (NTV / 2014) – Miki Hosokawa
- Water Polo Yankees | Suikyu Yankisu (Fuji TV / 2014) – Michiko Shibata
- Addicted to Mystery | Watashi no Kirai na Tantei (TV Asahi / 2014) – Yuki Konno (ep.1)
- Giga Tokyo Toy Box | Dai Tokyo Toi Bokkusu (TV Tokyo / 2014) – ep.1, 11
- Koibumi Biyori (NTV / 2014) – Meike (ep.9)
- TV Movies
- Wedding Bells For The Otaku? | Demo, Kekkon Shitai! ~ BL Mangaka no Kojirase Konkatsuki (KTV-Fuji TV / 2017) – Kiriko Tachibana