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TOKYO – The election debate that raged across Japan for weeks has been settled, campaigners are packing up their things and TV pundits are moving on to different topics – all-girl group AKB48 has a new president. Pictures of teary-eyed 23-year-old Yuko.
The 8th annual AKB48 Senbatsu (Selection) Election was held on June 18 in the Hard Off Eco Stadium in Niigata. For the second year in a row, Rino Sashihara of the spin-off group HKT48 won, having secured 243,011 votes. "I really, really, really thank you.
So a recent music video showing a khaki-clad AKB48, Japan's doe-eyed pop sensation, clambering in and out of troop carriers, singing things like “Show us your guts”, must have seemed a recruiting sergeant's dream. Yoshihiko Noda, the prime minister.
On the other hand with the amount of marriages and inter office relationships I have witnessed here I would say the office seems to be an integral place to date/meet people in Japan... Really? Never seen anyone eat one in 10 years or so here. Was just.
Minegishi, who was photographed leaving boyband dancer Alan Shirahama’s apartment, is part of the phenomenally successful girl band AKB48. Tickets to the band’s nightly shows are so sought-after they are allocated through a lottery. The band is divided.
And Japanese girl group AKB48 used this fabric as the theme for its single Gingamu Chekku. Gingham dresses are being proudly endorsed by bespoke labels. Gautam – who has used the magic of gingham on saris – says, the fabric comes and goes out of.
HKT48's Rino Sashihara is crowned centre at the Senbatsu General Election. AKB48 Team A's Ami Maeda is graduating from the group! After 8 years with AKB48, Team A's Ami Maeda is graduating from the group! AKB48 Team 4's Nana Okada to take a break Due to.
At an news conference in October at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan, SEALDs leaders announced that with their impending graduation from college, they wouldn’t just be stepping down in 2016 as organizers — they would disband the group.