|Thai|| รินะ อิซุตะ|
|Nickname||Izuriina (イズリナ, อิซึรินะ)|
|Birthdate||November 26, 1995|
|Current Age||24 Years Old|
|Social Networks||7gogo / Facebook Pages / Instagram / Twitter|
|Idol Career Info|
|Debuted||March, 2010 / AKB48 10th Generation|
- 1 Catchphrase
- 2 History
- 3 BNK48 Senbatsu Election
- 4 AKB48 Senbatsu Elections
- 5 AKB48 Janken Tournaments
- 6 Team History
- 7 Singles Participation
- 8 Albums Participation
- 9 Units
- 10 Media Appearances
- 11 Trivia
- 12 Gallery
- Koutougakkou sannensei 24sai no Izuta Rina desu.
- (High school third grade, 24 year old Izuta Rina.)
- In March, passed the audition for AKB48's 10th Generation.
- On June 12th, passed the 4th Kenkyuusei Selection.
- On June 24th, promoted to Team Unknown.
- On August 24th, during the 1830m no Yume concert, moved to Shinoda Team A.
- On November 6th, was a shonichi member for Team A's Waiting Stage.
- On February 24th, during the AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri, moved to Kuramochi Team B.
- On April 24th, performed for the last time as a member of Team A.
- On May 5th, was a shonichi member for the revival of Team B's Pajama Drive stage.
- On November 26th, received her first overall center position for the B-side song Reborn from AKB48's 38th single Kibouteki Refrain.
- On March 26th, during the AKB48 Spring Shuffle 2015, moved to Takahashi Team 4.
- On August 27th, was a senshuuraku member for Team B's Pajama Drive stage.
- On September 18th, was a shonichi member for AKB48's Seishun wa mada owaranai stage.
- On December 3rd, was a shonichi member for Team 4's Yume wo Shinaseru Wake ni Ikanai stage.
- On April 13th, during a performance of Koukando Bakuage, her move to the newly formed Thai sister group BNK48 is announced.
- On June 2nd, is revealed as an official BNK48 member at a live event in Bangkok.
- On June 29th, had her last AKB48 activity at a performance of Team 4's Yume wo Shinaseru Wake ni Ikanai stage.
- On July 2nd, completely transferred to BNK48.
- On December 20th, was part of her first BNK48 senbatsu for Koi Suru Fortune Cookie.
- On December 24th, at the BNK48 We Wish You A Merry Christmas -Fan Meet-, is promoted to Team BIII.
- On January 26th, during the First BNK48 Senbatsu Election, ranked #21.
- On April 7th, received her first BNK48 center position for the Thai version of Reborn, making her the only member in all 48 Groups to receive the center position for the same song in two different versions/languages.
- On July 10th, it was announced that she will become the General Manager of CGM48.
- On February 9th, was part of her first Senbatsu in CGM48 for the debut single Chiang Mai 106. She also served as one of the centers for the coupling song CGM48 with Punyawee Jungcharoen (Aom).
- On April 19th, ranked 30th on the BNK48 9th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo.
BNK48 Senbatsu Election
AKB48 Senbatsu Elections
- 3rd Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 4th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 5th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 6th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 7th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 8th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 9th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
- 10th Senbatsu Election - Not Ranked
AKB48 Janken Tournaments
- 1st Janken Taikai - Didn't Participate
- 2nd Janken Taikai - Round 2 (Lost to Kikuchi Ayaka)
- 3rd Janken Taikai - Round 1 (Lost to Tanabe Miku)
- 4th Janken Taikai - Round 2 (Lost to Chikano Rina)
- 5th Janken Taikai - Round 1 (Lost to Umeta Ayano)
- 6th Janken Taikai - Round 3 (Lost to Kojima Natsuki)
- 7th Janken Taikai - Round 2 (Lost to Sakai Mei)
- AKB48 Kenkyuusei → Team Unknown → Team A → Team B → Team 4 → BNK48 → Team BIII → CGM48 → Team C
- Joined AKB48 as a Kenkyuusei on March, 2010
- Promoted to Team Unknown on June 24, 2012
- Transferred to Team A on August 24, 2012 (Tokyo Dome Team Shuffle)
- Transferred to Team B on February 24, 2014 (AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri)
- Transferred to Team 4 on March 26, 2015 (AKB48 Spring Shuffle 2015)
- Transferred to BNK48 on June 29, 2017 (Announcement: April 13, 2017 | Last Handshake Event: June 25, 2017)
- Promoted to BNK48's Team BIII on December 24, 2017 (Team BIII formation)
- Transferred to CGM48 on June 10, 2019
- Promoted to CGM48's Team C on February 9, 2020 (Team C formation)
- BNK48 (Koi Suru Fortune Cookie)
- Namida Surprise! (Shonichi)
- Yume e no Route (Kimi wa Melody)
- Kimi no Koto ga Suki Dakara (Beginner)
- Fruits Snow (Chance no Junban)
- Ougon Center (Sakura no Ki ni Narou)
- Anti (Everyday, Kachuusha)
- Tsubomitachi (Kaze wa Fuiteiru)
- Jung ya Freud no Baai (GIVE ME FIVE!)
- Mitsu no Namida (Manatsu no Sounds Good!)
- Ano Hi no Fuurin (Gingham Check)
- Kodoku na Hoshizora (UZA)
- Watashitachi no Reason (Eien Pressure)
- Ruby (So long!)
- Ikiru koto (Sayonara Crawl)
- Kiss made Countdown (Heart Ereki)
- Koi to ka... (Mae Shika Mukanee)
- B Garden (Labrador Retriever)
- Loneliness Club (Kibouteki Refrain)
- Reborn (Kibouteki Refrain) (Center)
- Nanka, Chotto, Kyuu ni... (Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby)
- Kangaeru Hito (Tsubasa wa Iranai)
- High school days (Koko ni Ita koto)
- Koko ni Ita koto (Koko ni Ita koto)
- Miniskirt no Yosei (1830m)
- Aozora yo Sabishikunai ka? (1830m)
- Kakushin ga Moterumono (Tsugi no Ashiato)
- To go de (Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de tobe!)
- Nakigoto Time (0 to 1 no Aida)
- AKB48 Zenkoku Tour 2014
- Audition Song: Iiwake Maybe
- Hobbies: Singing, listening music, chatting and dancing
- Likes: Fashion
- Charm point: Smile
- Future ambition: Actress
- Special skills: Thai language, choreography
- Representative symbol: The kappa, the rice stalk (due to her fair skin), the rice field
- Member of Drama Club in AKB48
- Her fandom in BNK48 is called 'the rice farmers' or 'the field folk'
- Easily bored type of person
- Often spends her holidays by taking a nap and watching TV
- Former theater manager TGSK has mentioned that she is able to learn choreographies very quickly
- One of the 50 winners of the Young Jump Gravure Competition
- Original 10th Generation ace
Izuta Rina BNK48 1st Senbatsu Sousenkyo Poster (2018)
Izuta Rina (November 2018)
Izuta Rina (September 2018)
Izuta Rina AKB48 10th Senbatsu Election Poster (2018)
Izuta Rina (May 2018)
Izuta Rina (March 2018)
Izuta Rina (December 2017)
Izuta Rina (August 2017)
Izuta Rina (June 2017)
Izuta Rina (2017) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2016) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2015) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2014) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2013) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2012) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2011) (AKB48)
Izuta Rina (2010) (AKB48)
|Izuta Rina | Punyawee Jungcharoen (Aom)|