|Birthdate||June 25, 2001|
|Current Age||20 Years Old|
|Agency||Seed & Flower|
|Social Networks||Official Website / YouTube|
|Idol Career Info|
|Former Team||1st Generation|
|Debuted||August, 2015 / 1st Generation|
- 1 Trivia
- 2 History
- 3 Solo Singles
- 4 Singles Participation
- 5 Albums Participation
- 6 Solo Songs
- 7 Media Appearances
- 8 Gallery
- Audition song: Hoshizora no Distance (The Alfee)
- Favorite Nogizaka46 member: Shiraishi Mai
- Favorite Foods: Octopus, noodles, chawanmushi
- Hobbies: Listening to music, dancing, taking walks
- Youngest member of Keyakizaka46 1st Generation
- Center of Keyakizaka46 throughout her entire time in the group
- She is the only member in 48Group and Sakamichi Series history to achieve eight solo covers in a row
- She is the second person in 48Group and Sakamichi Series history to be chosen as center for 9 singles in a row, the first being Matsui Jurina. However, she is the first to be chosen as solo center for 9 singles in a row, as Matsui Jurina shared many of her center positions with Matsui Rena.
- Note that the Keyakizaka46 9th Single song was never released in its original form with Hirate as center
- At the group's first event, she proclaimed:
- Played basketball since she was in elementary school
- Has an older brother
- Has a dog named "Cherry"
- Is a skilled dancer and can perform some acrobatic moves, such as cartwheels
- In high school her friends often came to her for advice on romance, or simply to gossip about their crushes
- Said that Imaizumi Yui was the first person to exchange LINE contact info with her at their final audition
- Good friends with Kakizaki Memi, and the two often spent time together outside of work. Also good friends with Nagahama Neru, Uemura Rina, and Shida Manaka
- Was named the official muse of ANREALAGE x Onward Kashiyama’s brand ANEVER. She served as a model for promotion and image videos as well.
- Has participated in the composition of her solo songs
- On August 21st, passed the auditions to become a member of Keyakizaka46's 1st Generation.
- On February 29th, was selected as center for Keyakizaka46's first single, Silent Majority. She would continue on in the center role until her resignation from her group in January 2020.
- On March 30th, received her first solo magazine cover for "Mac Fan".
- In March, was selected as center for Sakamichi AKB track Dare no Koto wo Ichiban Aishiteru?.
- In April, became the regular personality for "GIRLS LOCKS!", a part of radio program "SCHOOL OF LOCK".
- On January 13th, it was revealed she had an injury on her right arm and took a break from group activities.
- On February 7th, appeared at the CM presentation as model for "24h cosme". CM here.
- On July 7th, returned to group activities for TV performance on "THE MUSIC DAY". The following day, she appeared at the "JUMP MUSIC FESTA" performance with the group.
- On September 14th, made her film debut acting as the leading role in the film “Hibiki”.
- On December 3rd, won the Best Newcomer Award in the 31st Nikkan Sports Film Award.
- On December 21st, announced another partial break from group activities to focus on recovery.
- In January, received the 42nd Japan Academy Film Prize for Newcomer of the Year Award.
- In February, received the award for Japan Film New Face Break Award at the 2018 Japan Internet Films Awards for the movie "Hibiki".
- In May, received the New Actress Award at the 28th Japanese Movie Critics Award.
- On September 18th and 19th, performed at Keyakizaka46 LIVE at Tokyo Dome ~ARENA TOUR 2019 FINAL~ after limited performances during the preceding arena tour due an injury on her right elbow.
- On January 23rd, resigned from Keyakizaka46.
- On March 4th, her official website with new artist photos was opened, as well as the announcement of her role in the film "The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window". The movie was however delayed until 2021.
- On September 29th, starred in fashion label ANREALAGE's 2021 Spring/Summer Collection Opening Video for Paris Fashion week.
- On December 25th, made her solo debut as a singer with Dance no Riyuu.
- On September 24th, released her second single Kakegae no Nai Sekai.
|01|| Dance no Riyuu
|02|| Kakegae no Nai Sekai
- Silent Majority (Center)
- Sekai ni wa Ai Shika Nai (Center)
- Futari Saison (Center)
- Fukyouwaon (Center)
- Kaze ni Fukarete mo (Center)
- Glass wo Ware! (Center)
- Ambivalent (Center)
- Kuroi Hitsuji (Center)
- Getsuyoubi no Asa, Skirt wo Kirareta (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru) (Center)
- Kimi wo Mou Sagasanai (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru) (Center)
- Tokyo Tower wa Doko Kara Mieru? (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru)
- AM1:27 (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru) (Center)
- Taiyou wa Miageru Hito wo Erabanai (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru) (Center)
- Abunakkashii Keikaku (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru) (Center)
- Jibun no Kitsugi (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru) (Solo)
- Kado wo Magaru (Eien Yori Nagai Isshun 〜Ano Koro, Tashika ni Sonzaishita Watashitachi〜) (Solo)
- Yamanotesen (Silent Majority)
- Shibuya Kara PARCO ga Kieta Hi (Sekai ni wa Ai Shika Nai)
- Jibun no Kitsugi (Masshirona Mono wa Yogoshitaku Naru)
- Yoake no Kodoku (Glass wo Ware!)
- Kado wo Magaru
- Tokuyama Daigoro wo Dare ga Koroshita ka?
- Zankoku na Kankyakutachi
- Dragon Zakura (ドラゴン桜) (2021)
- Run Through Beyond The Wind (風の向こうへ駆け抜けろ) (2021)
- Hibiki (響) (2018)
- The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window (さんかく窓の外側は夜) (2020)
- The Fable: The Killer Who Doesn’t Kill (ザ·ファブル 第二章) (ザ・ファブル 殺さない殺し屋) (2021)
- Keyakizaka46 Kochira Yurakucho Hoshizora Housoukyoku (2016 - 2017) - Personality
- SCHOOL OF LOCK!
- Hirate Yurina's GIRLS LOCKS! (平手友梨奈のGIRLS LOCKS!) (2017 - 2020) - Personality
- Hirate LOCKS! (平手LOCKS!) (2021 - ) - Personality
Hirate Yurina (2018 - Ambivalent)
Hirate Yurina (2018 - Glass wo Ware!)
Hirate Yurina (2017 - Kaze ni Fukarete mo)
Hirate Yurina (2017 - Fukyouwaon)
Hirate Yurina (2017 - Futari Saison)
Hirate Yurina (2016 - Sekai ni wa Ai Shika Nai)
Hirate Yurina (2016 - Tokuyama Daigoro wo Dare ga Koroshita ka?)
Hirate Yurina (2016 - Silent Majority)
Hirate Yurina (Early 2016)
Hirate Yurina (Late 2015)
Hirate Yurina (Early 2015)