Everyone is buzzing about Matsui Rena’s piercing gaze when Togasaki was announcing that Kitahara Rie’s concurrent position in team S is canceled. Togasaki: “We cancel Kitahara’s concurrent position at team S.” Everyone: “What do you mean.
AKB48 is not popular but very famous in forth year NUFS students. I think that May be students might have read the magazines so Mariko Shinoda and Tomomi Itano are popular member for  http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E6%9D%BF%E9%87%8E%E5%8F%8B%E7%BE%8E.
Itano Tomomi. But since she left, most of my favourites are in sister groups. Kinoshita Momoka, Murashige Anna, Yamamoto Sayaka, for example. However, when it comes to AKB, Minegishi Minami is my favourite <3.
Member of girl group AKB48 and solo performer Tomomi Itano, 20, held a special private live event in Shibuya to publicize the release of her second solo single, "Fui ni," which will be released by King Records on July 13. Itano, who turned 20 on July 3.
http://stage48.net/wiki/index.php/Maeda_Atsuko. Stage48. March 30, 2013. Website. April 14, 2013. Itano Tomomi : influenced by Maeda Atsuko n.p. ''AKB48's Maeda Atsuko Wants to Study Abroad in New York''. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2012-08-27.
Some things should not happen, but they do. Radio station 3AW in Melbourne is discussing unpaid work, like internships. Internships are great providing opportunity for even the poorest to display their skill sets. Naturally the ACTU is opposed to such an.
The song features 10 AKB48 members: Tomomi Itano, Yuko Oshima, Yuki Kashiwagi, Rina Kawaei, Haruna Kojima, Mariko Shinoda, Haruka Shimazaki, Minami Takahashi, Jurina Matsui, Mayu Watanabe. The music video was directed by Japanese photographer and filmmaker.
It was clear from the start that using AKB48 members for the closing theme was a bit of a publicity stunt/grab (even with leader Minami Takahashi claiming to be a “real” fan). This release style solidifies it, and is something absolutely unprecedented.
The whole graduation idea is just a poor excuse for exploitation of young girls, really. I don't "get" the point of it and a website where this topic would be talked about properly would probably be Amnesty International's. Click to expand... I was.
Perfume is known as much for their eye-catching visuals as they are for their distinctive brand of electropop within the Japanese music industry, but it appears as if these visuals have caught the eye of the K-Pop industry as well. Cosmic Girls, also known.