AKB48 "graduate" Tomomi Itano and all-girl pop juggernaut Tokyo Girls' Style. Don't succumb to sensory overwhelm - rather, be ready with these tips from Horibuchi and event publicist Erik Jansen. Study up: Check the Summit schedule at www.j-pop.com/2014.
Or, if you’re like me… Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock) It’s like that, but more intense. More intense because in an AKB48 Janken Tournament, you have a solo debut on the line! And if you've already had your solo debut, you get a solo concert.
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BUT WAIT. This was no normal janken match. This was the finals of a tournament with potentially life-altering stakes. You see, as Tokyo Hive helps explain, these two women are members of the J-pop group AKB48, which contains close to 150 members.
Now that you've more than likely watched it a few times, here's what went down, via Tokyo Hive: Back in October, a Japanese music supergroup known as AKB48 held a giant " janken " (Rock Paper Scissors) tournament for 98 of some 150 members. Each of .
An arena full of people erupted during the intense finals of rock, paper, scissors in Japan. The event, AKB48 Group Unit Single Soudatsu Janken Taikai, was held on October 10 at World Memorial Hall in the Kansai Region. The tournament allows competitors to.
Two members of the popular idol group AKB48 and a male staffer were hospitalized Sunday after a man attacked them with a saw during the group’s event at Takizawa city in Iwate Prefecture. “Members Anna Iriyama, Rina Kawaei and a venue staff member were.
What most people did not know was this was a contest that decided which member of wildly popular Japanese girl group AKB48 would get to front the band ... was when she came 71st out of 296 girls in 2014 in the popularity contest. At that time it seemed.
Now that you’ve more than likely watched it a few times, here’s what went down, via Tokyo Hive: Back in October, a Japanese music supergroup known as AKB48 held a giant “janken” (Rock Paper Scissors) tournament for 98 of some 150 members.
And, Janken’s writing lacks the lyricism and immediacy of other Wilmington Ten accounts, for instance, “Triumphant Warrior: A Soul Survivor of the Wilmington Ten,” published in 2014 by Wayne Moore. No surprise there. Moore, of course, is one of the.