|SideM character data|
- 1 Biographies
- 2 Game Discography
- 3 Song Discography
- 4 Trivia and Fan Culture
- 5 Character Gallery
Kyosuke is Yusuke's responsible younger twin brother. As a genius playmaker and strategist, he is good at solving puzzles and thinking things through. Kyosuke is reliable and takes all of his work seriously, though he sometimes worries too much. He acts as the leader of W.
He really loves his brother, but can be a bit overprotective of him. He blames himself for Yusuke's knee injury despite Yusuke insisting that it wasn't his fault. There are times where he doubts himself and wishes he shared his brother's confidence. However, he learns to trust in others more and rely on them after becoming an idol. Both he and Yusuke call the Producer "coach" and their fans "supporters".
Kyosuke is easily motivated by competition. While Kyosuke is the more mature sibling, he can be just as playful as his brother and will go along with his games and mischief. The two of them also like going to convenience stores.
Kyosuke and Yusuke shared a passion and talent for soccer ever since they were young, and they later became professional players. Unfortunately, after a game where Yusuke severely injured his knee, Yusuke had to retire. Kyosuke felt conflicted about continuing to play professional soccer without his brother due to his feelings of guilt and uncertainty. Yusuke asked Kyosuke to become an idol with him, and Kyosuke agreed so that they could keep on aiming to be the ultimate team together. He was hesitant about idol work at first, but he eventually warmed up to it and came to love performing.
Recorded Solo Songs
|Recorded Solo Songs|
|“W”onderful Tactics!||Solo Song||THE IDOLM@STER SideM ORIGIN@L PIECES 05|
|LEADING YOUR DREAM||Kyosuke Aoi Solo Remix||THE IDOLM@STER SideM 2nd ANNIVERSARY SOLO COLLECTION|
Recorded Group Songs
Trivia and Fan Culture
- According to W's ST@RTING LINE drama track, he dislikes carrots.
- Kyosuke occasionally doesn't wear his glasses.
- Kyosuke refers to himself with "ore" in kanji (俺), while Yusuke refers to himself with "ore" in katakana (オレ).