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.
Mori was a member of the popular AKB48's from 2009 to 2011 before "graduating" from the group and going to college to study childcare and be a nursery school teacher. She graduated with her degree last year.
Source: “ AKB48 senbatsu menbaa 'kyabajo' kako!” Flash (July 7-14, special pull-put section). Note: Brief extracts from Japanese vernacular media in the public domain that appear here were translated and summarized under the principle of “fair use.
A few weeks ago, Japan was shocked when the newest singer of girl band AKB48 turned out to be fake ... Tomorrow we'll tell you the results and show you how the fake faces were made.
Minami Mingeshi is a 20-year-old member of Japanese pop group AKB48. The band, which has 88 members between 14-20, is a phenomenon in Japan and their brand of bubblegum pop has made them one of the highest-earning musical acts in the world. This sugar.
Tears of joy filled Fukuoka on Saturday as Rino Sashihara won pop group AKB48’s 41st Single Election, but that didn’t stop jeers from flooding online chat forums. Sashihara, who is a member of sister group HKT48, reclaimed the top spot at the senbatsu.
HKT48 singer Rino Sashihara was selected the most popular member of all-girl group AKB48 and its sister groups at the annual ... About 32,000 fans gathered to hear the results of the ballot that decides which member will lead the band for the next year.
Special awards" went to Miyu Takeuchi (AKB48 Team 4), Anna Murashige (HKT48 First Term Student), Momoka Kinoshita (NMB48 First term research student), and Airi Furukawa (SKE48 Team K II), but it's unclear whether that means they will play some part in the.
As Japan's most popular and highest-earning girl pop group, AKB48 sold over 50 million CDs since launching ... many of their fans are male and come out in droves to vote in their annual election. Results will be announced on June 17 in the sub-tropical.
Last week saw the release of Bayonetta 2 in Japan, and the game—published by Nintendo, who also funded its development—sold 38,828 copies. That’s a far lower opening than the first Bayonetta, which was released back in 2009. The original Bayonetta.