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Every year, the who’s who of J-pop spend New Years Eve perform in annual song competition, Kohaku Uta Gassen. They’re divided into two ... The Red Team featured PERFUME, AKB48, AAA and Kana Nishino. Arashi’s 2015 Medley also included a Star Wars.

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K-pop acts dropped from Japan year-end music show
were among the headline acts last year on "Kohaku Uta Gassen" (The Red and White Song Contest). The live TV show lasts more than four hours, and features established acts like AKB48, as well as grandees of J-pop like ageing boy band SMAP. Viewers are drawn.

K-pop acts dropped from Japan year-end music show
were among the headline acts last year on "Kohaku Uta Gassen" (The Red and White Song Contest). The live TV show lasts more than four hours, and features established acts like AKB48, as well as grandees of J-pop like aging boy band SMAP. Viewers are drawn.