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That sounds like an incredibly taxing schedule, but AKB48 rose to fame on the strength of its daily concerts in Tokyo’s Akihabara, so if anyone can pull this off, it’s them. There is a surcharge to get into the concerts, although fans will consider it.

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How times have changed. Alright, welcome to Shelf Life. As a casual AKB48 fan, it's hard not to automatically get sucked into a show that opens with cute girls dancing to "Aitakatta," arguably one of AKB48's catchiest singles of all time. Next to "River.

AKB48 to hold concerts at Universal Studios Japan every day starting in July
Sixteen members of AKB48 broke the news in a surprise appearance at USJ on June 2. After entertaining the crowd with renditions of hits including “Heavy Rotation,” “Aitakatta,” “Everyday, Katyusha,” and “Koi Suru Fortune Cookie,” the idols.

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After releasing two independent label CDs, the group made its major-label debut with the single "Aitakatta" ("Wanted to See You"). In 2007, AKB48 made its first appearance on NHK's "Red & White Year-end Song Festival" on New Year's Eve, although it was a.

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Takahashi, 25, who was one of the group’s original members when it launched in 2005, sang with other members such hit songs as “Aitakatta” (“I wanted to see you”). Some 250 fans selected by lottery gathered at the AKB48 Theater in Akihabara.

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While the game is certainly an enjoyable experience, it’s also a wonderful introduction to Japanese pop music ... Her songs are definitely energetic. AKB48’s “Koisuru Fortune Cookie,” “Aitakatta Oedo,” or “Sugar Rush” could be solid.