|SideM character data|
Yusuke is Kyosuke's energetic older twin brother. Despite being the older sibling, Yusuke is a somewhat childish and playful boy who acts before thinking. He is an intuitive genius, though he tends to overlook details at times and is bad at studying. He relies on Kyosuke's responsible nature.
He doesn't want others worry about him and insists that he is fine, no matter the circumstances. His positive attitude and cheerfulness lets him get along well with people. Both he and Kyosuke call the Producer "coach" and their fans "supporters".
He likes eating and going to convenience stores with his brother. He isn't good at dealing with scary things like ghosts and horror, as seen most notably in the "GHOST SNIPERS!" event and "315 Variety Pack! Made In Passion!".
Yusuke and Kyosuke aimed to be the ultimate soccer players from a young age, and they eventually became incredibly talented professional players. Yusuke was forced to retire after badly injuring his knee attempting to do a risky move during a game. While recovering in the hospital, Yusuke met 315 Production's Producer, who happened to be hospitalized at the same time with appendicitis. The Producer scouted him and encouraged Yusuke to audition to become an idol. Yusuke then asked Kyosuke to become an idol with him so they could continue working as the ultimate team together.
Yusuke is an idol in the Mental category. His basic card is Rare. Including his basic set, he gets 8 Rare sets overall and 6 S Rare titles, including "Always", "Hungry Rabbit", "Ace Drummer", "ST@RTING LINE" (celebrating his CD debut with Kyousuke),"1st STAGE" (1st anniversary), and "Twin Demons".
Recorded Solo Songs
|Recorded Solo Songs|
|“W”orldwide Ambitions!||Solo Song||THE IDOLM@STER SideM ORIGIN@L PIECES 09|
|LEADING YOUR DREAM||Yusuke 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 green peppers.
- Yusuke refers to himself with "ore" in katakana (オレ), while Kyosuke refers to himself with "ore" in kanji (俺).