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    ~~ AKB48 ~~

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    ~~ About ~~

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    AKB48 is an all-female Japanese theater/idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto.

    The pop group has achieved enormous popularity in Japan. It is also one of the highest-earning musical acts in the world, with 2011 record sales of over $200 million in Japan alone. Its twelve latest consecutive singles topped the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart. In 2010, "Beginner" and "Heavy Rotation" placed, respectively, 1st and 2nd in the list of Japan's best selling singles for the year, while in 2011 AKB48 occupied the whole Top 5 of the Oricon Yearly Singles Chart. The band has sold over ten million records. More precisely, with 11,787,000 CD single sales by January 6, 2012, according to Oricon, AKB48 holds the record for most singles sold in Japan by a female group. On February 1, 2012, Japan issued a postage stamp in honor of the group.

    AKB48 is named after Akihabara (Akiba for short), the area in Tokyo where, on the 8th floor of a Don Quijote store, the band's own theater is located. Akimoto's idea, later advertised as "idols you can meet", was to create a theater-based idol group whose fans could see the girls live daily. AKB48 still performs at the theater every day, although, due to great demand, tickets are now distributed only via a lottery.

    AKB48 holds the Guinness World Record for being the world's "largest pop group". Currently, it consists of four teams: team A with 16 members, team K and team B with 15 each, and Team 4 with 11 members, summing up to a total of 57 girls as of February 5, 2012. Additionally, there are a number of aspiring members, who are called "kenkyuusei" ("trainees"). Each team produces a new own concert show each theatrical season.

    Since 2005, when AKB48 was founded, Yasushi Akimoto created several more groups: SKE48, based at a theater in the Sakae area of Nagoya, SDN48, which is intended to have a more mature image, and NMB48.

    Another concept, first put into action in 2009, is general elections in which fans vote to determine the member line-up who will participate in the recording of AKB48's next single. In the last election, held in June–July 2011, where over a million votes were cast, 40 girls were chosen out of 152 members in AKB48, SKE48, SDN48, and NMB48. In 2010, a new and inventive selection method appeared: the girls competed against each other in a rock-paper-scissors tournament for being on a single. The second tournament took place on September 20, 2011.


    ~~ Member ~~

    Show Member
    Team A

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    Chisato Nakata (中田ちさと) (October 8, 1990 in Saitama)
    Haruka Nakagawa (仲川遥香) (February 10, 1992 in Tokyo)
    Sayaka Nakaya (仲谷明香) (October 15, 1991 in Iwate)
    Asuka Kuramochi (倉持明日香) (Sept. 11, 1989 in Kanagawa)
    Ami Maeda (前田亜美) (June 1, 1995 in Tokyo)
    Atsuko Maeda (前田敦子) (July 10, 1991 in Chiba)
    Aika Oota (多田愛佳) (December 8, 1994 in Saitama)
    Shizuka Ooya (大家志津香) (December 28, 1991 in Fukuoka)
    Haruna Kojima (小嶋陽菜) (April 19, 1988 in Saitama)
    Misaki Iwasa (岩佐美咲) (January 30, 1995 in Chiba)
    Rino Sashihara (指原莉乃) (November 21, 1992 in Oita)
    Natsumi Matsubara (松原夏海) (June 19, 1990 in Fukuoka)
    Haruka Katayama (片山陽加) (May 10, 1990 in Aichi)
    Mariko Shinoda (篠田麻里子) (March 11, 1986 in Fukuoka)
    Aki Takajo (高城亜樹) (October 3, 1991 in Tokyo)
    Minami Takahashi (高橋みなみ) (April 8, 1991 in Tokyo)


    Team K

    Show Team K
    Tomomi Nakatsuka (中塚智実) (June 18, 1993 in Saitama)
    Moeno Nito (仁藤萌乃) (July 22, 1992 in Tokyo)
    Mayumi Uchida (内田眞由美) (December 27, 1993 in Tokyo)
    Yuko Oshima (大島優子) (October 17, 1988 in Tochigi)
    Sae Miyazawa (宮澤佐江) (August 13, 1990 in Tokyo)
    Minami Minegishi (峯岸みなみ) (November 15, 1992 in Tokyo)
    Sakiko Matsui (松井咲子) (December 10, 1990 in Saitama)
    Tomomi Itano (板野友美) (July 3, 1991 in Kanagawa)
    Ayaka Umeda (梅田彩佳) (January 3, 1989 in Fukuoka)
    Yui Yokoyama (横山由依) (December 8, 1992 in Kyoto)
    Miku Tanabe (田名部生来) (December 2, 1992 in Shiga)
    Sayaka Akimoto (秋元才加) (July 26, 1988 in Chiba)
    Ayaka Kikuchi (菊地あやか) (June 30, 1993 in Tokyo)
    Reina Fujie (藤江れいな) (February 1, 1994 in Chiba)
    Misato Nonaka (野中美郷) (April 20, 1991 in Fukuoka)


    Team B

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    Sumire Sato (佐藤すみれ) (November 20, 1993 in Saitama)
    Amina Sato (佐藤亜美菜) (October 16, 1990 in Tokyo)
    Natsuki Sato (佐藤夏希) (July 1, 1990 in Hokkaido)
    Rie Kitahara (北原里英) (June 24, 1991 in Aichi)
    Yuka Masuda (増田有華) (August 3, 1991 in Osaka)
    Miho Miyazaki (宮崎美穂) (July 30, 1993 in Tokyo)
    Kana Kobayashi (小林香菜) (May 17, 1991 in Saitama)
    Mika Komori (小森美果) (July 19, 1994 in Aichi)
    Yuki Kashiwagi (柏木由紀) (July 15, 1991 in Kagoshima)
    Tomomi Kasai (河西智美) (November 16, 1991 in Tokyo)
    Mayu Watanabe (渡辺麻友) (March 26, 1994 in Saitama)
    Haruka Ishida (石田晴香) (December 2, 1993 in Saitama)
    Rina Chikano (近野莉菜) (April 23, 1993 in Tokyo)
    Mariya Suzuki (鈴木まりや) (April 29, 1991 in Saitama)
    Shihori Suzuki (鈴木紫帆里) (February 17, 1994 in Kanagawa)


    Team 4

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    Mariko Nakamura (中村麻里子) (December 16, 1993 in Chiba)
    Shiori Nakamata (仲俣汐里) (July 25, 1992 in Tokyo)
    Anna Iriyama (入山杏奈) (December 3, 1995 in Chiba)
    Mina Oba (大場美奈) (April 3, 1992 in Kanagawa)
    Suzuran Yamauchi (山内鈴蘭) (December 8, 1994 in Chiba)
    Haruka Shimazaki (島崎遥香) (March 30, 1994 in Saitama)
    Haruka Shimada (島田晴香) (December 16, 1992 in Shizuoka)
    Miori Ichikawa (市川美織) (February 12, 1994 in Saitama)
    Mariya Nagao (永尾まりや) (March 10, 1994 in Kanagawa)
    Miyu Takeuchi (竹内美宥) (January 12, 1996 in Tokyo)
    Maria Abe (阿部マリア) (November 29, 1995 in Kanagawa)


    Kenkyuusei (研究生)

    Show Kenkyuusei
    Nana Fujita (藤田奈那) (December 28, 1996 in Tokyo)
    Rina Izuta (伊豆田莉奈) (November 26, 1995 in Saitama)
    Rena Kato (加藤玲奈) (July 10, 1997 in Chiba)
    Rina Kawaei (川栄李奈) (February 12, 1995 in Kanagawa)
    Marina Kobayashi (小林茉里奈) (February 24, 1996 in Tokyo)
    Natsuki Kojima (小嶋菜月) (March 8, 1995 in Chiba)
    Ayaka Morikawa (森川彩香) (March 24, 1996 in Saitama)
    Wakana Natori (名取稚菜) (June 7, 1995 in Tokyo)
    Erena Saeed Yokota (サイード横田絵玲奈) (April 15, 1997 in Tokyo)
    Yukari Sasaki (佐々木優佳里) (August 28, 1995 in Saitama)
    Miyu Omori (大森美優) (September 3, 1998 in Kanagawa)
    Karen Iwata (岩田華怜) (May 13, 1998 in Miyagi)
    Rina Hirata (平田梨奈) (July 16, 1998 in Fukuoka)
    Tomu Mutou (武藤十夢) (November 25, 1994 in Tokyo)
    Yuuka Tano (田野優花) (March 7, 1997 in Tokyo)
    Rika Suzuki (鈴木里香) (January 10, 1997 in Tokyo)
    Juri Takahashi (高橋朱里) (October 3, 1997 in Ibaraki)
    Aimi Eguchi (江口愛美) (February 11, 1995) (CG)
    Moe Aigasa (相笠萌) (April 6, 1998 in Kanagawa)
    Maika Amemiya (雨宮舞夏) (June 29, 1997 in Tokyo)
    Saho Iwatate (岩立沙穂) (October 4, 1994 in Kanagawa)
    Ayano Umeta (梅田綾乃) (March 20, 1999 in Tokyo)
    Ryoka Oshima (大島涼花) (October 21, 1998 in Kanagawa)
    Ayaka Okada (岡田彩花) (November 6, 1998 in Tokyo)
    Shiori Kita (北汐莉) (December 1, 1998 in Hyōgo)
    Saki Kitazawa (北澤早紀) (June 5, 1997 in Aichi)
    Ayana Shinozaki (篠崎彩奈) (January 8, 1996 in Saitama)
    Yurina Takashima (髙島祐利奈) (May 24, 1997 in Aichi)
    Haruna Hasegawa (長谷川晴奈) (July 1, 1997 in Ibaraki)
    Kaoru Mitsumune (光宗薫) (April 26, 1993 in Ōsaka)
    Yuiri Murayama (村山彩希) (June 15, 1997 in Kanagawa)
    Shinobu Mogi (茂木忍) (February 16, 1997 in Chiba)
    Sakura Moriyama (森山さくら) (April 14, 1998 in Tokyo)
    Nene Watanabe (渡邊寧々) (January 30, 1998 in Fukushima)


    ~~ Graduated Members ~~

    Team A

    Show Team A
    Yuki Usami (宇佐美友紀) (December 6, 1984 in Saitama) Graduated on March 31, 2006.
    Ayumi Orii (折井あゆみ) (July 20, 1985 in Nagano) Graduated on January 25, 2007.
    Michiru Hoshino (星野みちる) (November 19, 1985 in Chiba) Graduated on June 26, 2007.
    Kayano Masuyama (増山加弥乃) (February 10, 1994 in Saitama) Graduated on November 30, 2007.
    Tomomi Ohe (大江朝美) (June 15, 1989 in Tokyo) Graduated on November 23, 2008.
    Hitomi Komatani (駒谷仁美) (December 16, 1988 in Saitama) Graduated on November 23, 2008. Reapplied and accepted by SDN48.
    Hana Tojima (戸島花) (July 11, 1988 in Saitama) Graduated on November 23, 2008. Reapplied and accepted by SDN48.
    Rina Nakanishi (中西里菜) (June 26, 1988 in Oita) Graduated on November 23, 2008.
    Risa Narita (成田梨紗) (March 1, 1991 in Tokyo) Graduated on November 23, 2008.
    Nozomi Kawasaki (川崎希) (August 23, 1987 in Kanagawa) Graduated on February 27, 2009.
    Mai Oshima (大島麻衣) (September 11, 1987 in Chiba) Graduated on April 26, 2009.
    Yukari Sato (佐藤由加理) (November 22, 1988 in Shizuoka) Graduated on May 27, 2010. Transferred to SDN48.


    Team K

    Show Team K
    Yuu Imai (今井優) (April 17, 1985 in Saitama) Graduated on June 22, 2007.
    Ayana Takada (高田彩奈) (July 21, 1988 in Aichi) Graduated on June 22, 2007.
    Kaoru Hayano (早野薫) (December 12, 1992 in Tokyo) Graduated on April 26, 2009.
    Risa Naruse (成瀬理沙) (August 13, 1993 in Saitama) Graduated on May 24, 2009.
    Megumi Ohori (大堀恵) (August 25, 1983 in Chiba) Graduated on February 21, 2009. Transferred to SDN48.
    Kayo Noro (野呂佳代) (October 28, 1983 in Tokyo) Graduated on February 21, 2009. Transferred to SDN48.
    Erena Ono (小野恵令奈) (November 26, 1993 in Tokyo) Graduated September 27, 2010.


    Team B

    Show Team B
    Shiho Watanabe (渡邊志穂) (October 25, 1987 in Hyogo) Graduated on October 2, 2007.
    Naru Inoue (井上奈瑠) (December 18, 1991 in Osaka) Graduated on September 29, 2008.
    Reina Noguchi (野口玲菜) (April 15, 1993 in Saitama) Graduated on February 1, 2009.
    Yuki Matsuoka (松岡由紀) (October 7, 1987 in Kanagawa) Graduated on February 1, 2009.
    Mika Saeki (佐伯美香) (October 29, 1989 in Tochigi) Graduated on August 23, 2009.
    Kazumi Urano (浦野一美) (October 23, 1985 in Saitama) Graduated on April 16, 2010. Transferred to SDN48.
    Haruka Kohara (小原春香) (April 12, 1988 in Hiroshima) Graduated on April 16, 2010. Transferred to SDN48.
    Manami Oku (奥真奈美) (November 22, 1995 in Tokyo) Graduated on April 8, 2011.


    Team 4

    Show Team 4
    Anna Mori (森杏奈) (March 21, 1994 in Chiba)


    Kenkyuusei (研究生 Research Students)

    Show Kenkyuusei
    Aki Deguchi (出口陽) (March 14, 1988 in Mie) Graduated on November 26, 2007. Reapplied and accepted by SKE48.
    Yūka Nakanishi (中西優香) (January 24, 1989 in Aichi) Graduated on August 26, 2008. Transferred to SKE48.
    Yuka Arima (有馬優茄) (February 18, 1991 in Kanagawa) Graduated on January 19, 2009.
    Nae Suzuki (鈴木菜絵) (December 18, 1992 in Saitama) Graduated on January 19, 2009.
    Mayu Tomita (冨田麻友) (January 25, 1993 in Kagawa) Graduated on January 19, 2009.
    Arisa Hatayama (畑山亜梨紗) (February 11, 1991 in Tokyo) Graduated on January 19, 2009.
    Miki Saotome (早乙女美樹) (June 22, 1991 in Tochigi) (Before Team B) (Demoted on January 25, 2009). Graduated on April 18, 2009.
    Akane Uriya (瓜屋茜) (August 24, 1992 in Kanagawa) Graduated on April 26, 2009.
    Mizuho Katono (上遠野瑞穂) (November 30, 1991 in Tokyo) Graduated on June 9, 2009.
    Madoka Asai (浅居円) (July 28, 1991 in Shiga) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Ayaka Ishii (石井彩夏) (June 24, 1991 in Kanagawa) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Aya Ishibe (石部郁) (February 6, 1991 in Yamanashi) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Grace Kaku (郭グレース) (April 29, 1994 in Saitama) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Nanami Komizu (小水七海) (July 13, 1995 in Kanagawa) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Rio Sakamoto (坂本莉央) (June 6, 1995 in Tokyo) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Ami Tomite (冨手麻妙) (March 17, 1994 in Kanagawa) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Nicole Miki (三木にこる) (June 28, 1995 in Chiba) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Satomi Muranaka (村中聡美) (June 5, 1988 in Chiba) Graduated on December 4, 2009.
    Atsuki Ishiguro (石黒貴己) (September 24, 1993 in Saitama) Graduated on June 20, 2010.
    Momoko Kinumoto (絹本桃子) (March 28, 1995 in Tokyo) Graduated on June 20, 2010.
    Sara Fujimoto (藤本紗羅) (March 23, 1997 in Tokyo) Graduated on June 20, 2010.
    Hitomi Iwasaki (岩崎仁美) (March 19, 1996 in Saitama) Graduated on October 5, 2010.
    Yuriko Sano (佐野友里子) (January 22, 1992 in Tokyo) Graduated on October 5, 2010.
    Mizuki Yamada (山田みずき)


    ~~ Members Who Left ~~

    Team K

    Show Team K
    Ayako Uemura (上村彩子) (February 7, 1986 in Saitama) Left on June 17, 2006.
    Rumi Yonezawa (米沢瑠美) (June 6, 1991 in Saitama) Left on February 5, 2012.


    Team B

    Show Team B
    Natsumi Hirajima (平嶋夏海) (May 28, 1992 in Tokyo)


    Candidate for Team B

    Show Candidate for Team B
    Reina Iso (礒怜奈) (August 10, 1992 in Tokyo) Left on before April 8, 2007.
    Aki Otsuka (大塚亜季) (February 12, 1989 in Kanagawa) Left on before April 8, 2007.
    Ryo Sakata (坂田涼) (March 18, 1990 in Tokyo) Left on before April 8, 2007.
    Mariachika Fujishima (藤島マリアチカ) (April 28, 1990 in Philippines) Left on before April 8, 2007.
    Mina Horie (堀江聖夏) (July 14, 1993 in Tokyo) Left on before April 8, 2007.


    Kenkyuusei (研究生)

    Show Kenkyuusei
    Yurina Iinuma (飯沼友里奈) (April 30, 1990 in Saitama) Left on before November 15, 2007.
    Satomi Kaneko (金子智美) (December 22, 1989 in Aichi) Left on before November 15, 2007.
    Rina Kozuka (小塚里菜) (May 22, 1993 in Chiba) Left on before November 15, 2007.
    Saki Yoshioka (吉岡沙葵) (September 1, 1984 in Tokyo) Left on before November 15, 2007.
    Marie Watanabe (渡辺茉莉絵) (January 18, 1991 in Tokyo) Left on before November 15, 2007.
    Sara Nishizawa (西澤 沙羅) (May 14, 1992 in Kanagawa) Left on before August 23, 2008.
    Yurie Katano (片野 友里恵) (April 29, 1990 in Ibaraki Prefecture|Ibaraki) Left on after September 9, 2008.
    Remi Ishiguro (石黒莉美) (May 23, 1991 in Tokyo) Left on January 16, 2009.
    Mizuki Komatsu (小松瑞希) Left on July 14, 2009.
    Ayano Hayashi (林 彩乃) (May 31, 1993 in Tokyo) Left on July 18, 2009.
    Nanami Nishikawa (西川七海) (July 3, 1993 in Tokyo) Fired on July 25, 2009, now was a Popteen reader model.
    Miku Sugiyama (杉山未来) (December 12, 1995 in Tokyo) Fired on December 4, 2009.
    Ayaka Ito (伊藤o彩夏) (June 21, 1993 in Tokyo) Left on January 6, 2010.
    Yurie Imai (今井 悠理枝) (April 30, 1994 in Saitama) Left on February 1, 2010.
    Eri Takamatsu (高松恵理) (December 25, 1992 in Saitama) Left on June 20, 2010.
    Asaka Ueki (植木あさ香) (May 17, 1995 in Chiba) Left on July 6, 2010.
    Saki Toyoda (豊田早姫) Left on October 23, 2010.
    Chinami Okazaki (岡﨑ちなみ) Left on October 27, 2010.
    Marina Kawakami (川上麻里奈) Left on December 3, 2010.
    Yuki Kanazawa (金沢有希) (May 1, 1993 in Hokkaido) Left on February 20, 2011.
    Sara Ushikubo (牛窪紗良) (February 15, 1995 in Tokyo) Left on June 19, 2011.
    Nau Yamaguchi (山口菜有) (January 19, 1994 in Kanagawa) Left on June 19, 2011.


    ~~ History ~~

    Show History
    2005

    Show 2005
    In July 2005, Yasushi Akimoto held an audition for a new theater-based idol girl group. Of the 7,924 girls that applied, 45 passed the first round of auditions, detailed screening of the application documents. Finally, only 24 girls were chosen to be in the group.

    On December 8, 2005, the group debuted in the theater with only 20 girls, later known as Team A. A new audition was announced, this audition was held in cooperation with Japanese telecom company NTT DoCoMo. It was the first audition ever where the applicants had to send in their audition video with their mobile phones. 19 of the 11,892 applicants were chosen to join AKB48, but in the end only 18 girls joined the group to become Team K in April 2006.


    2006

    Show 2006
    In January 2006, Akimoto let Mariko Shinoda join the group without passing audition, after she won a popularity vote by fans, although she was working as a waitress at the Theater Cafe after she failed to attend the first audition back then.

    AKB48 released its debut single "Sakura no Hanabiratachi" in February 2006, which made it to #10 on the Oricon weekly charts and sold 22,011 units in its first week - surprising for a group on an indie label.

    On March 1 AKB48 released their first photo book, Micchaku! "AKB48" ~Shashinshuu Vol.1 the DEBUT. On March 31 Yuki Usami graduates, becoming the first member to do so.

    From April 1, 2006, Team K begins performances at the theater.

    On June 7 they release their second indies single "Skirt, Hirari", and sang their song first time on TV programs, Music Station and Music Fighter, on June 9, and on the 17th Ayako Uemura graduates.

    In August 2006, they signed a major label contract with DefStar Records, a part of Sony Music Entertainment. Their first single under DefStar Records, "Aitakatta", was released on October 25, 2006 and got to #12 on the Oricon weekly single charts. "Aitakatta" sold 25,544 copies, during the first 6 weeks charted on Oricon.

    In October 2006, a new audition was announced to form Team B, resulting in the arrival of 13 new members in December 2006.

    On November 3 & 4, 2006, AKB48 performs in their first concert AKB48 First Concert "Aitakatta ~Hashira wa Nai ze!~" at Nippon Seinenkan in Sendagaya, Shinjuku. In December 2006, the first change was made to the three teams; transferring Kazumi Urano, Shiho Watanabe, and Natsumi Hirajima from Team A to Team B as supporting members. Ayumi Orii graduated from the group shortly after this, though appeared in the unit Crayon Friends from AKB48 after her graduation.


    2007

    Show 2007
    On January 31, 2007, AKB48's fourth single (second on DefStar Records) "Seifuku ga Jama wo Suru" was released, reaching 7 on Oricon charts. There has been speculation that the PV and lyrics to this song are an allusion to enjo kousai—voluntary underage prostitution—though this has not been confirmed.

    On March 2, AKB48's second photo book AKB48 JUMP&CRY, which photos were taken by Kishin Shinoyama on February 3, was released.

    Their next single, "Keibetsu Shiteita Aijou", which was released on March 18, featured a theme of school bullying and suicide throughout the lyrics and PV and reached 8 on the Oricon charts. AKB48's second concert tour, AKB48 Haru no Chotto dake Zenkoku Tour ~Madamada daze AKB48!~ began on March 10.

    In April 2007, Team B was added to AKB48's official website; albeit with five fewer members than had originally been announced. This brought the group's numbers down from 53 to 48 - the first time since its creation that the member total reflected the group's name. Members Yuu Imai, Michiru Hoshino, and Ayana Takada graduated at roughly the same time during June 2007. However, Takada was the only one of these to appear in the PV to the group's sixth single "Bingo!", which was released on July 18, 2007. In October and November respectively, Shiho Watanabe and Kayano Masuyama graduated.

    On December 31, 2007, 43 members of AKB48 appeared on the 58th Annual Kouhaku Uta Gassen for the first time. They sang as part of the Akihabara performance, with Leah Dizon and Shoko Nakagawa following them. They became the largest number of people in a single group to be on stage at one time.


    2008

    Show 2008
    AKB48 released their first studio album on New Year's Day, titled Set List: Greatest Songs 2006–2007. Their seventh single Romance, Irane is released, reaching number 6 on the Oricon charts.

    On February 27, 2008, AKB48 released their tenth single, titled "Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008". At the time of the release of their debut single "Sakura no Hanabiratachi", there was only Team A in AKB48. This 10th single features ten members from Team A, along with six selected members from Team K, and five selected members from Team B making it the 2008 version. It was planned that people who collected 44 posters of the single CD would be invited to a special event, but this act was suspected as the violation of the antitrust law and was eventually cancelled by DefStar Records. In August 2008, they moved from DefStar Records of Sony Music Entertainment to King Records.

    In August 2008, Ayaka Kikuchi was fired, though she was later rehired through another audition.

    On October 22, 2008, the single "Oogoe Diamond" was released from newly contracted King Records on the "You, Be Cool!" label, and finished the first week at number three in the Oricon charts. It was AKB48's first single that reached top three of the chart.

    On November 3, 2008, Rina Nakanishi, Hitomi Komatani, Tomomi Ohe, Risa Narita, and Tojima Hana graduated.


    2009

    Show 2009
    On February 11, Reina Noguchi, Yuki Matsuoka and Nozomi Kawasaki graduated.

    AKB48 released their 11th single, "10nen Zakura", on March 4, 2009. The single reached number three on the Oricon charts in the first week and eventually became the first single for them to sell over 100,000 copies on the Oricon charts.

    On April 26, Mai Oshima and Kaoru Hayano graduated. On May 24, Risa Naruse graduated.

    AKB48 Team A became the honour guest for the Japan Expo in Paris between July 2 to 5, 2009, and featured English-lyric version of "Oogoe Diamond" first time.

    AKB48's 12th single, "Namida Surprise!", was released on June 24, the single include handshaking event ticket and a voting card (with a serial number) for their next single. "Namida Surprise!" sold 104,180 copies in the initial week on the Oricon charts.

    The 13th single, "Iiwake Maybe", released on August 26, 2009, surprisingly outsold SMAP on its first day, taking the 1st place in the Oricon Daily Singles Chart, but eventually ranked 2nd for the week.

    AKB48 had a US debut concert at Webster Hall in New York on September 27, 2009.

    In October 2009, their three singles "10nen Zakura", "Namida Surprise!" and "Iiwake Maybe" were certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan at the same time for each shipments of 100,000 copies by September. Their 14th single, "River", was released on October 21, 2009, and hit number 1 on Oricon upon its debut.


    2010

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    AKB48 released their 15th single, "Sakura no Shiori", on February 17, 2010. The single topped the Oricon chart and sold over 300,000 copies in its first week, which is the best record in seven years of Japanese female artists. Their 16th single, "Ponytail to Shushu", released on May 26, 2010, sold over 400,000 copies in its first day, and over 513,000 copies in its first week, making it AKB48's biggest selling single in its first week. On April 27, 2010, it was announced that AKB48 would be attending and performing in the United States at Anime Expo, the nation's largest anime convention, as official guests of honor. AKB48 performed at a concert on July 1, 2010, at the Nokia Theatre.

    At AKB48's concert at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium on a Sunday in July 2010, it was announced that Team K member Erena Ono would be graduating from AKB48 to study acting abroad. Erena graduated from AKB48 on September 27, 2010 in a Team K theater performance.

    On 23 October the band represented Japan and performed at the 7th Asia Song Festival, organised by Korea Foundation for International Culture Exchange, at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. On October 27, 2010 AKB48's new single "Beginner" was released. In only the first week, the 18th single sold 826,989 copies making it the highest first week sales for AKB48, as well as highest first week sales ever for a female idol group single. As of February 2011 the single has sold over 1,010,000 copies. At the end of October Mayu Watanabe appeared on the cover of the December issue of UP to boy magazine together with Airi Suzuki from °C-ute. That was the first gravure collaboration between Hello! Project and AKB48.

    In November 2010, AKB48 performed in Russia for the first time. A 12-member team gave a concert on November 20 at the Japanese Pop Culture Festival which took place in Moscow.[58] Also in November 2010, AKB48 performed in the Cool Japan Night in Singapore as part of the Anime Festival Asia X. This is followed by a 2nd performance also in Singapore at the Singapore Toy Games & Comics Convention.


    2011

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    The first single of the year, named "Sakura no Ki ni Narou", was released on February 16. Upon the first day of release, AKB48 sold 655,000 copies of their single, beating their previous top record (568,000 copies of "Beginner"). The single sold 942,479 copies in its first week, AKB48's highest record.

    In February, it was announced that Yuuki Kanazawa and Manami Oku would be graduating from the group.

    Their third studio album, named Koko ni Ita Koto (ここにいたこと), was announced on 21 February 2011. This is their first original album (as opposed to collections of previously released singles), and it contains 11 new songs that were never released before, including the title track Koko ni Ita Koto. It was scheduled to be released in Japan on 6 April 2011.

    On March 12, 2011 it was also announced on their blog that the AKB Theater would close due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, and all public events were cancelled until further notice. Two days later, it was announced on their official blog that their concert Takamina ni tsuite ikimasu (たかみなについて行きます, lit. "(We) will follow Takamina"), scheduled to be held on March 25–27 at Yokohama Arena, would be cancelled. Bank accounts had been opened to raise donations for earthquake and tsunami relief, as part of their project named "Dareka no Tame ni" (誰かのために lit. "For someone's sake"?). Under this project, they used the Yokohama Arena for their 2-day charity events starting on 26 March 2011 instead. 12 of their main members attended Okinawa International Movie Festival on the same day for the same purpose. Three days later, it was announced that ¥500 million will be donated by AKB48 and their sister groups: SKE48, SDN48 and NMB48, and their producer Yasushi Akimoto to these bank accounts. On the same day, the postponement of the release of their new album, Koko ni Ita Koto (ここにいたこと) was announced. Part of the proceeds from the sales of the album will be donated to the victims of this disaster. It was also announced that the group will hold a senbatsu election to determine the participating members for their 22nd single. On April 1, they also released a single, "Dareka no Tame ni (What can I do for someone)" (誰かのために -What can I do for someone?-) through the Recochoku website as a digital download, and will donate all profits for earthquake and tsunami relief. Dareka no Tame ni was originally recorded on a live album released in 2007.

    On April 8, Manami Oku graduated after performing at a Team B stage on the same day.

    On May 1, a new AKB48 unit named HKT48 was announced. It will be based in Fukuoka in Kyushu, and their theater will be established in the Hawks Town Mall of Fukuoka’s Chuo ward.

    On May 3, The Straits Times reported that AKB48's first overseas theater will be opened in Singapore. It will be based in *scape Youth Park, and 16 members of AKB48 and sister groups will be performing concerts there for two days in a month, with two performances each day. Apart from the theater, there will also be an AKB48 Official Shop where fans can purchase official AKB48 merchandise, and the world's first AKB48 cafe where Japanese fusion food and dessert will be served.

    The AKB48 staff blog announced that the trainees Nau Yamaguchi and Sara Ushikobu will leave the group for undisclosed reasons. They will perform their last event as members on June 19.

    AKB48 released their 21st singles album entitled "Everyday, Kachūsha" on 25 May 2011. On its release day 942,475 copies were sold and 1,333,969 copies in the first week making it the highest first-week single sales record in Japan to that date. Later, on June 7, AKB48 announced a new team titled "Team 4" ahead of their nationwide tour concerts in Japan. The team was formed of ten members, with six more members to be added later to complete the 16-member team. This also marked 'Team Kenkyuusei' losing the 'Team' from their name.

    On June 11, 2011, It was announced at a handshake event that Aimi Eguchi, a girl who had supposedly auditioned for NMB48, would be joining AKB48 as a trainee. It was later revealed that Aimi Eguchi was not a real person, and had been created to promote the Glico product Ice no Mi.

    Oricon announced on 22 June 2011 that AKB48 had the strongest album sales showing for the first half of 2011 in their sales ranking. They had the only two million-selling singles Everyday, Kachūsha and "Sakura no Ki ni Narō", which ranked as the best and second-best selling singles respectively. For the survey period between 27 December 2010 and 20 June 2011, AKB48 garnered ¥6.66 billion in total sales of all their merchandise.

    In an announcement made on 28 June 2011, AKB48's producer Yasushi Akimoto revealed that he will be creating a group to become AKB48's "official rival". The group will be called Nogizaka46 (乃木坂46) and will debut with approximately 20 members. Yasushi Akimoto revealed that he teamed up with Sony Music Japan to produce this new group, whose auditions for members will start later this year.

    AKB48 released their 22nd single, entitled Flying Get (フライングゲット Furaingugetto), on 24 August 2011. Flying Get sold a total of 1,025,952 copies on its debut day, and sold 1.354 million copies in the first week. Flying Get is the group's 4th single album to sell over a million copies in its debut week.

    Two trainees, Abe Maria and Iriyama Anna, were added to Team 4 as official members on 23 July 2011 At the same time, the captain of Team 4 was also revealed to be member Oba Mina.

    AKB48 released their 23rd major single(25th overall), Kaze wa Fuiteiru on 26 October 2011. The single sold 1,045,937 copies on the first day of release and set a new record for the first day sales of AKB48 singles. They subsequently released their 24th major single Ue kara Mariko on 7 December 2011. This single sold 1.199 million copies in the first week after its release.

    For the year of 2011, AKB48 topped 7 of the 16 Oricon's rankings. These rankings includes: Total sales by an artist, Copies sold for a single, Total sales for a single, Total sales by an artist (for singles), Copies sold for a music Blu-ray disc, Total sales for a music Blu-ray disc and Total sales by an artist (for Blu-rays discs). In addition, it was also announced that the group broke the all-time records for the most singles selling over 1 million copies in a year, the best-selling single by a female group and the highest-earning female group. AKB48 won the 53rd Japan Record Award for their song Flying Get.


    2012

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    AKB48 will receive their first television anime series. This anime series is directed by Yoshimasa Hiraike, while it is planned and supervised by AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto

    Following scandals, Natsumi Hirajima and Rumi Yonezawa resigned from AKB48, making their last appearance at a handshake event on Feb 5th.

    The group will release their 25th single, Give Me Five!, on 15 February 2012. For this single, the 18 selected members spend six months learning how to play instruments so they could perform this song live as the band "Baby Blossom", which they debuted on the final day of their Setlist Top 100 concerts at Tokyo Dome City Hall.


    ~~ SKE48 ~~


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    ~~ About ~~

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    SKE48 is an all-female Japanese theater/idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto. The audition was held during the summer and debuted in October 2008. SKE48 performs in the newly built studio in the renovated Sunshine Sakae in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, every Saturday. The first SKE48 stage was a revival of Team A's "Party ga Hajimaru yo".


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    Team S

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    Masana Oya (大矢真那) (November 6, 1990 in Aichi)
    Haruka Ono (小野晴香) (November 24, 1987 in Oita)
    Rumi Kato (加藤るみ) (March 9, 1995 in Gifu)
    Yuria Kizaki (木﨑ゆりあ) (February 11, 1996 in Aichi)
    Yukiko Kinoshita (木下有希子) (December 20, 1992 in Aichi)
    Mizuki Kuwabara (桑原みずき) (February 16, 1992 in Kochi)
    Akari Suda (須田亜香里) (October 31, 1991 in Aichi)
    Shiori Takada (高田志織) (July 19, 1990 in Aichi)
    Aki Deguchi (出口陽) (March 14, 1988 in Mie)
    Yūka Nakanishi (中西優香) (January 24, 1989 in Aichi)
    Rikako Hirata (平田瑠香子) (August 7, 1989 in Aichi)
    Kanako Hiramatsu (平松可奈子) (November 14, 1991 in Aichi)
    Jurina Matsui (松井珠理奈) (March 8, 1997 in Aichi)
    Rena Matsui (松井玲奈) (July 27, 1991 in Aichi)
    Kumi Yagami (矢神久美) (June 13, 1994 in Aichi)


    Team KII

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    Ririna Akaeda (赤枝里々奈) (July 3, 1996 in Aichi)
    Riho Abiru (阿比留李帆) (July 17, 1993 in Aichi)
    Anna Ishida (石田安奈) (May 27, 1996 in Aichi)
    Shiori Ogiso (小木曽汐莉) (September 15, 1992 in Aichi)
    Tomoko Katou (加藤智子) (April 28, 1987 in Aichi)
    Risako Gotou (後藤理沙子) (May 29, 1997 in Aichi)
    Seira Satou (佐藤聖羅) (April 30, 1992 in Mie)
    Mieko Satou (佐藤実絵子) (June 24, 1986 in Aichi)
    Akane Takayanagi (高柳明音) (November 29, 1991 in Aichi)
    Sawako Hata (秦佐和子) (September 14, 1988 in Osaka)
    Airi Furukawa (古川愛李) (December 13, 1989 in Aichi)
    Rina Matsumoto (松本梨奈) (September 3, 1993 in Aichi)
    Manatsu Mukaida (向田茉夏) (May 10, 1996 in Aichi)
    Miki Yakata (矢方美紀) (June 6, 1992 in Oita)
    Reika Yamada (山田澪花) (July 28, 1995 in Gifu)
    Tomoka Wakabayashi (若林倫香) (April 23, 1996 in Aichi)


    Team E

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    Kyoka Isohara (磯原杏華) (August 8, 1996 in Aichi)
    Kasumi Ueno (上野圭澄) (June 29, 1994 in Gifu)
    Madoka Umemoto (梅本まどか) (July 17, 1992 in Aichi)
    Shiori Kaneko (金子栞) (June 13, 1995 in Saitama)
    Kanon Kimoto (木本花音) (August 11, 1997 in Aichi)
    Ami Kobayashi (小林亜実) (January 12, 1993 in Aichi)
    Mei Sakai (酒井萌衣) (December 13, 1997 in Aichi)
    Aya Shibata (柴田阿弥) (April 1, 1993 in Aichi)
    Yumana Takagi (高木由麻奈) (August 23, 1993 in Aichi)
    Mai Takeuchi (竹内舞) (August 31, 1993 in Mie)
    Rika Tsuzuki (都築里佳) (November 8, 1995 in Aichi)
    Minami Hara (原望奈美) (December 24, 1995 in Aichi)
    Haruka Mano (間野春香) (April 27, 1995 in Aichi)
    Yukari Yamashita (山下ゆかり) (March 12, 1996 in Aichi)
    Erika Yamada (山田恵里伽) (December 26, 1995 in Gifu)


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    ~~ HKT48 ~~




    ~~ JKT48 ~~




    ~~ TPE48 ~~
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    ~~ AKB48 ~~

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    AKB48 1st Album (1st Best Album): SET LIST ~グレイテストソングス 2006-2007~ (SET LIST ~Greatest Songs 2006-2007~)
    Released on 2008.1.1
    Tracklist:
    01. 会いたかった (Aitakatta)
    02. BINGO!
    03. 夕陽を見ているか? (Yuuhi wo miteiruka?)
    04. 僕の太陽 (Boku no taiyou)
    05. 未来の果実 (Mirai no kajitsu)
    06. Dear my teacher
    07. スカート、ひらり (Album Mix) (Skirt, Hirari (Album Mix))
    08. 制服が邪魔をする (Seifuku ga jama wo suru)
    09. Virgin Love (Album Mix)
    10. 軽蔑していた愛情 (Keibetsu shiteita aijou)
    11. 誕生日の夜 (Tanjoubi no yoru)
    12. 転がる石になれ (Korogaru ishi ni nare)
    13. 桜の花びらたち (Sakura no hanabiratachi)
    14. 会いたかった~20連発!!~ (Aitakatta ~20 Renpatsu~)
    AKB48 2nd Album (2nd Best Album): 神曲たち (Kamikyoku tachi)
    Released on 2010.4.7
    Tracklist:
    01. RIVER
    02. Baby! Baby! Baby! Baby!
    03. 大声ダイヤモンド (Oogoe Diamond)
    04. 君のことが好きだから (Kimi no Koto suki dakara)
    05. 初日 (Shonichi)
    06. 10年桜 (10nen zakura)
    07. 飛べないアゲハチョウ (Tobenai Agehachou)
    08. 涙サプライズ! (Namida Surprise!)
    09. Choose me!
    10. 遠距離ポスター (Enkyori Poster)
    11. 言い訳Maybe (Iiwake Maybe)
    12. ひこうき雲 (Hikoukigumo)
    13. マジスカロックンロール (Majisuka Rock 'n Roll)
    14. 桜の栞 (Sakura no shiori)
    15. 自分らしさ (Jibun rashisa)
    16. 君と虹と太陽と (Kimi to niji to taiyou to)
    AKB48 3rd Album (1st Original Album): ここにいたこと (Koko ni ita koto)
    Released on 2011.6.8
    Tracklist:
    01. 少女たちよ (Shoujotachi yo)
    02. Overtake
    03. 僕にできること (Boku ni dekiru koto)
    04. 恋愛サーカス (Renai Circus)
    05. 風の行方 (Kaze no yukue)
    06. わがままコレクション (Wagamama Collection)
    07. 人魚のバカンス (Ningyo no Vacance)
    08. 君と僕の関係 (Kimi to boku no kankei)
    09. イイカゲンのススメ (Iikagen no Susume)
    10. High school days
    11. チームB推し (Team B oshi)
    12. チャンスの順番 (Chance no junban)
    13. Beginner
    14. ポニーテールとシュシュ (Ponytail to Shushu)
    15. ヘビーローテーション (Heavy Rotation)
    16. ここにいたこと (Koko ni ita koto)


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    1st album「SET LIST ~グレイテストソングス 2006-2007~」
    2nd album「神曲たち」
    3rd album「ここにいたこと」


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    3rd album「ここにいたこと」
    少女たちよ


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    AKB48 1st Re-release Album (1st Re-release Best Album): SET LIST ~グレイテストソングス~完全盤 (SET LIST ~Greatest Songs~ Kanzenban)
    Released on 2010.7.14
    Tracklist:
    01. 会いたかった (Aitakatta)
    02. BINGO!
    03. 夕陽を見ているか? (Original Mix) (Yuuhi wo miteiruka? (Original Mix))
    04. 僕の太陽 (Boku no taiyou)
    05. 未来の果実 (Mirai no kajitsu)
    06. Dear my teacher
    07. スカート、ひらり (Album Mix) (Skirt, Hirari (Album Mix))
    08. 制服が邪魔をする (Seifuku ga jama wo suru)
    09. Virgin love (Album Mix)
    10. 軽蔑していた愛情 (Keibetsu shiteita aijou)
    11. 誕生日の夜 (Tanjoubi no yoru)
    12. 転がる石になれ (Korogaru ishi ni nare)
    13. 桜の花びらたち (Sakura no hanabiratachi)
    14. ロマンス、イラネ (Original Mix) (Romance, Irane (Original Mix))
    15. 桜の花びらたち2008 (Original Mix) (Sakura no hanabiratachi 2008 (Original Mix))
    16. Seventeen
    17. あなたがいてくれたから (Anata ga ite kureta kara)


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    1st re-release album「SET LIST ~グレイテストソングス~完全盤」


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    1st Re-release album「SET LIST ~グレイテストソングス~完全盤」
    あなたがいてくれたから


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    AKB48 Team A 1st Album: チームA 1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」 (Team A 1st Stage "PARTY ga hajimaru yo")
    Released on 2007.3.7
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. PARTYが始まるよ (PARTY ga hajimaru yo)
    03. Dear my teacher
    04. 毒リンゴを食べさせて (Doku RINGO wo tabesasete)
    05. スカート、ひらり (Skirt, Hirari)
    06. クラスメイト (Classmate)
    07. あなたとクリスマスイブ (Anata to Christmas Eve)
    08. キスはだめよ (Kiss wa dame yo)
    09. 星の温度 (Hoshi no ondo)
    10. 桜の花びらたち (Sakura no hanabiratachi)
    11. 青空のそばにいて (Aozora no soba ni ite)
    12. AKB48
    AKB48 Team A 2nd Album: チームA 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」 (Team A 2nd Stage "Aitakatta")
    Released on 2007.3.7
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. 嘆きのフィギュア (Nageki no Figure)
    03. 涙の湘南 (Namida no shounan)
    04. 会いたかった (Aitakatta)
    05. 渚のCHERRY (Nagisa no CHERRY)
    06. ガラスの I LOVE YOU (Glass no I LOVE YOU)
    07. 恋のPLAN (Koi no PLAN)
    08. 背中から抱きしめて (Senaka kara dakishimete)
    09. リオの革命 (Rio no kakumei)
    10. JESUS
    11. だけど... (Dakedo...)
    12. 未来の扉 (Mirai no tobira)
    AKB48 Team A 3rd Album: チームA 3rd Stage 「誰かのために」 (Team A 3rd Stage "Dareka no tame ni")
    Released on 2007.3.7
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. 月見草 (Tsukimisou)
    03. Warning
    04. 誕生日の夜 (Tanjoubi no yoru)
    05. Bird
    06. 投げキッスで撃ち落せ! (Nage KISSU de uchi otose!)
    07. 蜃気楼 (Shinkirou)
    08. ライダー (Rider)
    09. 制服が邪魔をする (Seifuku ga jama wo suru)
    10. 夏が行っちゃった (Natsu ga icchatta)
    11. 小池 (Koike)
    12. 月のかたち (Tsuki no katachi)
    13. 誰かのために ~What can I do for someone?~ (Dareka no tame ni ~What can I do for someone?~)
    14. メドレー (Medley)
    15. 涙売りの少女 (Namida uri no shoujo)
    AKB48 Team A 5th Album: チームA 5th Studio Recording 「恋愛禁止条例」 (Team A 5th Studio Recording "Renai kinshi jourei")
    Released on 2009.8.11
    Tracklist:
    01. 長い光 (Nagai hikari)
    02. スコールの間に (Squall no aida ni)
    03. JK眠り姫 (JK Nemurihime)
    04. 君に会うたび 恋をする (Kimi ni au tabi koi wo suru)
    05. 黒い天使 (Kuroi tenshi)
    06. ハート型ウイルス (Heart gata Virus)
    07. 恋愛禁止条例 (Renai kinshi jourei)
    08. ツンデレ! (Tsundere!)
    09. 真夏のクリスマスローズ (Manatsu no Christmas Rose)
    10. Switch
    11. 109 (マルキュー) (Marukyuu)
    12. ひこうき雲 (Hikoukigumo)
    13. あの頃のスニーカー (Ano koro no Sneaker)
    14. AKB参上! (AKB Sanjou!)
    15. ナミダの深呼吸 (Namida no shinkokyuu)
    16. 大声ダイヤモンド (Oogoe Diamond)
    AKB48 Team A 6th Album: チームA 6th Studio Recording 「目撃者」 (Team A 6th Studio Recording "Mokugekisha")
    Released on 2010.9.18
    Tracklist:
    01. Overture
    02. 目撃者 (Mokugekisha)
    03. 前人未踏 (Zenjin mitou)
    04. いびつな真珠 (Ibitsu na shinju)
    05. 憧れのポップスター (Akogare no Pop Star)
    06. 腕を組んで (Ude wo kun de)
    07. 炎上路線 (Enjou rosen)
    08. 愛しさのアクセル (Itoshisa no Accel)
    09. ☆の向こう側 (Hoshi no mukougawa)
    10. サボテンとゴールドラッシュ (Saboten to Gold Rush)
    11. 美しき者 (Utsukushiki mono)
    12. アイヲクレ (Ai wo Kure)
    13. 摩天楼の距離 (Matenrou no kyori)
    14. 命の意味 (Inochi no imi)
    15. I'm crying
    16. ずっと ずっと (Zutto zutto)
    17. Pioneer

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    AKB48 Team K 1st Album: チームK 1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」 (Team K 1st Stage "PARTY ga hajimaru yo")
    Released on 2007.3.7
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. PARTYが始まるよ (PARTY ga hajimaru yo)
    03. Dear my teacher
    04. 毒リンゴを食べさせて (Doku RINGO wo tabesasete)
    05. スカート、ひらり (Skirt, Hirari)
    06. クラスメイト (Classmate)
    07. キスはだめよ (Kiss wa dame yo)
    08. 星の温度 (Hoshi no ondo)
    09. 桜の花びらたち (Sakura no hanabiratachi)
    10. 青空のそばにいて (Aozora no soba ni ite)
    11. AKB48
    12. スカート、ひらり (アンコール Ver.) (Skirt, Hirari (Encore Ver.))
    AKB48 Team K 2nd Album: チームK 2nd Stage 「青春ガールズ」 (Team K 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls")
    Released on 2007.3.7
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. 青春ガールズ (Seishun Girls)
    03. ビーチサンダル (Beach Sandal)
    04. 君が星になるまで (Kimi ga hoshi ni naru made)
    05. Blue rose
    06. 禁じられた2人 (Kinjirareta futari)
    07. 雨の動物園 (Ame no doubutsuen)
    08. ふしだらな夏 (Fushidara na natsu)
    09. Don't disturb!
    10. Virgin love
    11. 日付変更線 (Hizukehenkousen)
    12. 僕の打ち上げ花火 (Boku no uchiage hanabi)
    13. 約束よ (Yakusoku yo)
    14. 転がる石になれ (Korogaru ishi ni nare)
    15. シンデレラは騙されない (Cinderella wa damasarenai)
    AKB48 Team K 3rd Album: チームK 3rd Stage 「脳内パラダイス」 (Team K 3rd Stage "Nounai Paradise")
    Released on 2007.3.7
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. 友よ (Tomo yo)
    03. 脳内パラダイス (Nounai Paradise)
    04. 気になる転校生 (Ki ni naru tenkousei)
    05. 泣きながら微笑んで (Naki nagara hohoen de)
    06. MARIA
    07. 君はペガサス (Kimi wa Pegasus)
    08. ほねほねワルツ (album ver.) (Hone hone Waltz)
    09. くるくるぱー (Kurukurupaa)
    10. クリスマスがいっぱい (Christmas ga ippai)
    11. シアター・パイレーツ (Theater Pirates)
    12. 片思いの卒業式 (Kataomoi no sotsugyou shiki)
    13. 花と散れ! (Hana to chire!)
    14. K2ndメドレー (K 2nd Medley)
    15. 草原の奇跡 (Sougen no kiseki)
    AKB48 Team K 5th Album: チームK 5th Studio Recording 「逆上がり」 (Team K 5th Studio Recording "Saka agari")
    Released on 2009.8.11
    Tracklist:
    01. 掌 (Tenohira)
    02. 逆上がり (Saka agari)
    03. 否定のレクイエム (Hitei no Requiem)
    04. その汗は嘘をつかない (Sono ase wa uso wo tsukanai)
    05. エンドロール (End Roll)
    06. わがままな流れ星 (Wagamama na nagareboshi)
    07. 愛の色 (Ai no iro)
    08. 抱きしめられたら (Dakishimeraretara)
    09. 虫のバラード (Mushi no Ballad)
    10. フリしてマネして (Furishite Maneshite)
    11. 海を渡れ! (Umi wo watare!)
    12. 街角のパーティー (Machikado no Party)
    13. ファンレター (Fan Letter)
    14. 不義理 (Fugiri)
    15. ハンパなイケメン (Hanpa na Ikemen)
    16. To be continued.
    AKB48 Team K 6th Album: チームK 6th Studio Recording 「RESET」 (Team K 6th Studio Recording "RESET")
    Released on 2010.8.9
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. RESET
    03. 洗濯物たち (Sentakumonotachi)
    04. 彼女になれますか? (Kanojo ni naremasu ka?)
    05. ウッホウッホホ (Uhho Uhhoho)
    06. 制服レジスタンス (Seifuku Resistance)
    07. 奇跡は間に合わない (Kiseki wa ma ni awanai)
    08. 逆転王子様 (Gyakuten oujisama)
    09. 明日のためにキスを (Ashita no tame ni Kiss wo)
    10. 心の端のソフャー (Kokoro no hashi no Sofa)
    11. 毒蜘蛛 (Dokugumo)
    12. オケラ (Okera)
    13. ホワイトデーには... (White Day ni wa...)
    14. ジグソーパズル48 (Jigsaw Puzzle 48)
    15. 星空のミステイク (Hoshizora no Mistake)
    16. 夢の鐘 (Yume no kane)
    17. 引っ越しました (Hikkoushimashita)

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    AKB48 Team B 4th Album: チームB 4th Studio Recording 「アイドルの夜明け」 (Team B 4th Studio Recording "Idol no yoake")
    Released on 2009.8.11
    Tracklist:
    01. アイドルの夜明け (Idol no yoake)
    02. みなさんもご一緒に (Minasan mo go issho ni)
    03. 春一番が吹く頃 (Haru ichiban ga fuku goro)
    04. 拳の正義 (Kobushi no seigi)
    05. 残念少女 (Zannen shoujo)
    06. 口移しのチョコレート (Kuchi utsushi no Chocolate)
    07. 片思いの対角線 (Kataomoi no taikakusen)
    08. 天国野郎 (Tengoku yarou)
    09. 愛しきナターシャ (Itoshiki Natasha)
    10. 女子高生はやめられない (Joshikousei wa yamerarenai)
    11. 好きと言えばよかった (Suki to ieba yokatta)
    12. そばかすのキス (Sobakasu no Kiss)
    13. タンポポの決心 (Tanpopo no kesshin)
    14. B Stars
    15. 横須賀カーブ (Yokosuka Curve)
    16. アリガトウ (Arigatou)
    AKB48 Team B 2nd Album: チームB 5th Studio Recording 「シアターの女神」 (Team B 5th Studio Recording "Theater no megami")
    Released on 2010.8.9
    Tracklist:
    01. overture
    02. 勇気のハンマー (Yuuki no Hammer)
    03. 隕石の確率 (Inseki no kakuritsu)
    04. 愛のストリッパー (Ai no Stripper)
    05. シアターの女神 (Theater no megami)
    06. 初恋よ こんにちは (Hatsukoi yo konnichiwa)
    07. 嵐の夜には (Arashi no yoru ni wa)
    08. キャンディー (Candy)
    09. ロッカールームボーイ (Locker Room Boy)
    10. 夜風の仕業 (Yokaze no shiwaza)
    11. 100メートルコンビニ (100 Meter Conbini)
    12. 好き 好き 好き (Suki suki suki)
    13. サヨナラのカナシバリ (Sayonara no Kanashibari)
    14. 潮風の招待状 (Shiokaze no shoutaijou)
    15. オネストマン (Honest Man)
    16. チームB推し (Team B oshi)
    17. 僕たちの紙飛行機 (Bokutachi no kamihikouki)


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    チームA

    1st stage「PARTYが始まるよ」
    Studio Recording
    2nd stage「会いたかった」
    Studio Recording
    3rd stage「誰かのために」
    Studio Recording
    4th stage「ただいま恋愛中」
    Live on Demandcafe recording
    5th Stage「恋愛禁止条例」
    Studio Recording
    AKB Sanjou!
    6th Stage「目撃者」
    Studio Recording


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    チームK

    1st stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」
    2nd stage「青春ガールズ」
    Studio Recording
    3rd stage「脳内パラダイス」
    Studio Recording
    4th stage「最終ベルが鳴る」
    5th stage「逆上がり」
    Studio Recording
    6th stage「RESET」
    Studio Recording


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    チームB

    1st stage「青春ガールズ」
    2nd stage「会いたかった」
    3rd stage「パジャマドライブ」
    4th stage「アイドルの夜明け」
    Studio Recording
    5th stage「シアターの女神」
    Studio Recording


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    ひまわり組

    1st stage 「僕の太陽」
    Live on Demand
    2nd stage 「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」
    Live on Demand


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    チームA

    Show 1st stage
    1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」
    01. PARTYが始まるよ02. Dear my teacher03. 毒リンゴを食べさせて04. スカート、ひらり05. クラスメイト06. あなたとクリスマスイブ07. キスはだめよ08. 星の温度09. 桜の花びらたち10. 青空のそばにいて11. AKB48

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    2nd Stage 「会いたかった」
    01. 嘆きのフィギュア02. 涙の湘南03. 会いたかった04. 渚のCHERRY05. ガラスの I LOVE YOU06. 恋のPLAN07. 背中から抱きしめて08. リオの革命09. JESUS10. だけど・・・11. Dear my teacher12. 未来の扉EN1. AKB48EN2. スカート、ひらり

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    4th Stage 「ただいま 恋愛中」
    Part 1Part 2


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    3rd Stage 「脳内パラダイス」
    Part 1Part 2Part 3

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    4th stage「最終ベルが鳴る」


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    1st Stage 「青春ガールズ」
    Part 1Part 2

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    5th stage「シアターの女神」
    110504 LOD Mayu Watanabe Birthday110808 LOD Yuki Kashiwagi Birthday


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    1st Stage 「僕の太陽」

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    2nd Stage 「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」
    夢を死なせるわけにいかない IDWS


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    Indie

    AKB48 1st Single: 桜の花びらたち (Sakura no hanabiratachi)
    Released on 2006.2.1
    Tracklist:
    01. 桜の花びらたち (Sakura no hanabiratachi)
    02. Dear my teacher
    03. 桜の花びらたち (カラオケバージョン) (Karaoke Version)
    04. Dear my teacher (カラオケバージョン) (Karaoke Version)
    AKB48 2nd Single: スカート、ひらり (Skirt, Hirari)
    Released on 2006.6.7
    Tracklist:
    01. スカート、ひらり (Skirt, Hirari)
    02. 青空のそばにいて (Aozora no soba ni ite)
    03. スカート、ひらり (カラオケバージョン) (Karaoke Version)
    04. 青空のそばにいて (カラオケバージョン) (Karaoke Version)
    Maxi

    AKB48 3rd Single: 会いたかった (Aitakatta)
    Released on 2006.10.25
    Tracklist:
    01. 会いたかった (Aitakatta)
    02. だけど... (Dakedo...)
    03. 会いたかった (Instrumental)
    04. だけど... (Instrumental)
    AKB48 4th Single: 制服が邪魔をする (Seifuku ga jama wo suru)
    Released on 2007.1.31
    Tracklist:
    01. 制服が邪魔をする (Seifuku ga jama wo suru)
    02. Virgin love
    03. 制服が邪魔をする (Instrumental)
    04. Virgin love (Instrumental)
    AKB48 5th Single: 軽蔑していた愛情 (Keibetsu shiteita aijou)
    Released on 2007.4.18
    Tracklist:
    01. 軽蔑していた愛情 (Keibetsu shiteita aijou)
    02. 涙売りの少女 (Namida uri no shoujo)
    03. 軽蔑していた愛情 (Instrumental)
    04. 涙売りの少女 (Instrumental)
    AKB48 6th Single: BINGO!
    Released on 2007.7.18
    Tracklist:
    01. BINGO!
    02. Only today
    03. BINGO! (Instrumental)
    04. Only today (Instrumental)
    AKB48 7th Single: 僕の太陽 (Boku no taiyou)
    Released on 2007.8.8
    Tracklist:
    01. 僕の太陽 (Boku no taiyou)
    02. 未来の果実 (Mirai no kajitsu)
    03. 僕の太陽 (Instrumental)
    04. 未来の果実 (Instrumental)
    AKB48 8th Single: 夕陽を見ているか? (Yuuhi wo miteiru ka?)
    Released on 2007.10.31
    Tracklist:
    01. 夕陽を見ているか? (Yuuhi wo miteiru ka?)
    02. ビバ!ハリケーン (Viva! Hurricane)
    03. 夕陽を見ているか? (Instrumental)
    04. ビバ!ハリケーン (Instrumental)
    AKB48 9th Single: ロマンス、イラネ (Romance, Irane)
    Released on 2008.02.27
    Tracklist:
    01. ロマンス、イラネ (Romance, Irane)
    02. 愛の毛布 (Ai no moufu)
    03. ロマンス、イラネ (Instrumental)
    04. 愛の毛布 (Instrumental)
    AKB48 10th Single: 大声ダイヤモンド (Oogoe Diamond)
    Released on 2008.10.22
    Tracklist:
    01. 大声ダイヤモンド (Oogoe Diamond)
    02. 109 (マルキュー) (Marukyuu)
    03. 大声ダイヤモンド (TEAM A ver.)/大声ダイヤモンド (TEAM K ver.)
    04. 大声ダイヤモンド (TEAM B ver.)/大声ダイヤモンド (研究生 ver.) (Kenkyuusei ver.)
    05. 大声ダイヤモンド (SKE48 ver.)
    AKB48 11th Single: 10年桜 (10nen zakura)
    Released on 2009.3.4
    Tracklist:
    01. 10年桜 (10nen zakura)
    02. 桜色の空の下で (Sakurairo no sora no shita de)
    03. 10年桜 (off vocal ver.)
    04. 桜色の空の下で (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 12th Single: 涙サプライズ! (Namida Surprise!)
    Released on 2009.6.24
    Tracklist:
    01. 涙サプライズ! (Namida Surprise!)
    02. 初日 (Shonichi)
    03. FIRST LOVE ~BONUS TRACK~
    04. 涙サプライズ! (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 13th Single: 言い訳Maybe (Iiwake Maybe)
    Released on 2009.8.26
    Tracklist:
    01. 言い訳Maybe (Iiwake Maybe)
    02. 飛べないアゲハチョウ (歌:アンダーガールズ) (Tobenai Agehachou (Song by: Under Girls))
    03. 言い訳Maybe (off vocal ver.)
    04. 飛べないアゲハチョウ (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 14th Single: RIVER
    Released on 2009.10.21
    Tracklist:
    01. RIVER
    02. 君のことが好きだから (歌:アンダーガールズ) (Kimi no koto ga suki dakara (Song by: Under Girls))
    03. ひこうき雲 (シアターガールズ ver.) (Hikoukigumo (Theater Girls ver.))
    04. RIVER (off vocal ver.)
    05. 君のことが好きだから (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 15th Single: 桜の栞 (Sakura no shiori)
    Released on 2010.02.17
    Tracklist:
    01. 桜の栞 (Sakura no shiori)
    02. マジスカロックンロール (Majisuka Rock 'n Roll)
    03a. 遠距離ポスター(歌:チームPB) (Enkyori Poster (Song by: Team PB))
    03b. Choose me! (歌:チームYJ) (Song by: Team YJ)
    04. 桜の栞 (off vocal ver.)
    05. マジスカロックンロール (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 16th Single: ポニーテールとシュシュ (Ponytail to Shushu)
    Released on 2010.5.26
    Tracklist:
    01. ポニーテールとシュシュ (Ponytail to Shushu)
    02. 盗まれた唇 (歌:アンダーガールズ) (Nusumareta kuchibiru (Song by: Under Girls))
    03a. 僕のYELL (歌:シアターガールズ) (Boku no YELL (Song by: Theater Girls))
    03b. マジジョテッペンブルース (Majijo Teppen Blues)
    04. ポニーテールとシュシュ (off vocal ver.)
    05. 盗まれた唇 (off vocal ver.)
    06a. 僕のYELL (off vocal ver.)
    06b. マジジョテッペンブルース (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 17th Single: ヘビーローテーション (Heavy Rotation)
    Released on 2010.8.18
    Tracklist:
    01. ヘビーローテーション (Heavy Rotation)
    02. 涙のシーソーゲーム (歌:アンダーガールズ) (Namida no See-saw Game (Song by: Under Girls))
    03a. 野菜シスターズ (Yasai Sisters)
    03b. ラッキーセブン (Lucky Seven)
    04. ヘビーローテーション (off vocal ver.)
    05. 涙のシーソーゲーム (off vocal ver.)
    06a. 野菜シスターズ (off vocal ver.)
    06b. ラッキーセブン (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 18th Single: Beginner
    Released on 2010.10.27
    Tracklist:
    01. Beginner
    02. 僕だけのvalue (歌:アンダーガールズ) (Boku dake no value (Song by: Under Girls))
    03a. 君について (歌:MINT) (Kimi ni tsuite (Song by: MINT))
    03b. 泣ける場所 (歌:DIVA) (Nakeru basho (Song by: DIVA))
    04. Beginner (OFF VOCAL VER.)
    05. 僕だけのvalue (OFF VOCAL VER.)
    06a. 君について (OFF VOCAL VER.)
    06b. 泣ける場所 (OFF VOCAL VER.)
    AKB48 19th Single: チャンスの順番 (Chance no junban)
    Released on 2010.12.08
    Tracklist:
    01. チャンスの順番 (Chance no junban)
    02. 予約したクリスマス (Yoyaku shita Christmas)
    03. フルーツ・スノウ (Fruits Snow)
    03a. 胡桃とダイアローグ (Kurumi to Dialogue)
    03k. ALIVE
    03b. ラブ・ジャンプ (Love Jump)
    04. チャンスの順番 (off vocal ver.)
    05. 予約したクリスマス (off vocal ver.)
    06. フルーツ・スノウ (off vocal ver.)
    06a. 胡桃とダイアローグ (off vocal ver.)
    06k. ALIVE (off vocal ver.)
    06b. ラブ・ジャンプ (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 20th Single: 桜の木になろう (Sakura no ki ni narou)
    Released on 2010.02.16
    Tracklist:
    01. 桜の木になろう (Sakura no ki ni narou)
    02. 偶然の十字路 (歌:アンダーガールズ) (Guuzen no juujiro (Song by: Under Girls))
    03. 黄金センター (Ougon Center)
    03a. キスまで100マイル (歌:MINT) (Kiss made no 100 Mile (Song by: MINT))
    03b. エリアK (歌:DIVA) (Area K (Song by: DIVA))
    04. 桜の木になろう (off-vocal)
    05. 偶然の十字路 (off-vocal)
    06. 黄金センター (off-vocal)
    06a. キスまで100マイル (off-vocal)
    06b. エリアK (off-vocal)
    AKB48 21st Single: Everyday, カチューシャ (Everyday, Kachuusha)
    Released on 2011.5.25
    Tracklist:
    01. Everyday, カチューシャ (Everyday, Kachuusha)
    02. これからWonderland (Kore kara Wonderland)
    03a. ヤンキーソウル (Yankee Soul)
    03b. 人の力 (Hito no chikara)
    03c. アンチ (Anti)
    04. Everyday, カチューシャ (off vocal ver.)
    05. これからWonderland (off vocal ver.)
    06a. ヤンキーソウル (off vocal ver.)
    06b. 人の力 (off vocal ver.)
    06c. アンチ (off vocal ver.)
    AKB48 22nd Single: フライングゲット (Flying get)
    Released on 2011.8.24
    Tracklist:


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    Indie
    1st single「桜の花びらたち」2nd single「スカート、ひらり」Maxi
    3rd single「会いたかった」4th single「制服が邪魔をする」5th single「軽蔑していた愛情」6th single「BINGO!」7th single「僕の太陽」8th single「夕陽を見ているか?」9th single「ロマンス、イラネ」
    Limited B Edition
    10th single「大声ダイヤモンド」11th single「10年桜」12th single「涙サプライズ!」13th single「言い訳Maybe」
    PreviewNHK HallIiwake MaybeTobenai Agehachou
    14th single「RIVER」15th single「桜の栞」16th single「ポニーテールとシュシュ」17th single「ヘビーローテーション」18th single「Beginner」19th single「チャンスの順番」
    Type A, K & BTheater Version
    20th single「君と、桜の木の下で」
    Type AType A & Type BTheater Version
    21st single「Everyday、カチューシャ」
    Type A & Type B
    22nd single「フライングゲット」
    Type A & BDakishimecha ikenai
    23nd single「風は吹いている」


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    Indie
    1st single「桜の花びらたち」 Bebasupload | IDWS
    2nd single「スカート、ひらり」 IDWS | IDWS (subbed ver.)
    Maxi
    3rd single「会いたかった」 Bebasupload | IDWS
    4th single「制服が邪魔をする」 IDWS
    5th single「軽蔑していた愛情」 IDWS | IDWS (Making)
    6th single「BINGO!」 IDWS
    7th single「僕の太陽」 IDWS | IDWS (Making)
    8th single「夕陽を見ているか?」 IDWS | IDWS (Making)
    9th single「ロマンス、イラネ」 IDWS | IDWS (Making)
    10th single「大声ダイヤモンド」 IDWS | IDWS (M-ON) | IDWS (Theater ver) | IDWS (Confession Video) | IDWS (SKE no Kiseki) | sendfile (Oogoe Diamond)
    11th single「10年桜」 IDWS | Mediafire (preview)
    12th single「涙サプライズ!」 IDWS
    Namida Surprise IDWS
    13th single「言い訳Maybe」
    Iiwake Maybe IDWS | Slingfile
    Tobenai Agehachou IDWS | IDWS
    14th single「RIVER」
    River (Directed by J.X.CARRERA)River (Directed by Mike Fox)
    15th single「桜の栞」
    Sakura no shioriEnkyori poster
    16th single「ポニーテールとシュシュ」
    Majijo Teppen Blues
    17th single「ヘビーローテーション」
    Heavy RotationLucky Seven
    18th single「Beginner」
    Beginner (Dance Version)Boku dake no valueKimi ni tsuiteNakeru bashoBeginner Yuko VersionBeginner Maeda VersionBeginner Mariko VersionBeginner Itano VersionBeginner Jurina & Mayuyu VersionBeginner Takamina VersionBeginner (Original Version)
    ISO Beginner
    19th single「チャンスの順番」 IDWS | MediaFire
    Chance no junban IDWS
    Yoyaku shita Christmas IDWS
    20th single「君と、桜の木の下で」
    Sakura no ki ni narou MediaFire
    Mediafire (ts)
    Guuzen no juujiro IDWS
    Kiss made no 100 Mile MediaFire
    Area K MediaFire
    21st single「Everyday、カチューシャ」
    Everyday, Kachuusha FileServe
    IDWS | Multi
    Kore kara Wonderland IDWS
    Yankee Soul IDWS | Multi
    Hito no chikara IDWS
    Everyday, Kachuusha (Dance Version) IDWS
    Bonus Features Type-A IDWS
    Bonus Features Type-B IDWS
    22nd single「フライングゲット」
    Flying Get
    ISO Flying Get Type A & B
    23nd single「風は吹いている」


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    1st re-release single「桜の花びらたち2008」 IDWS | IDWS
    Gakkou Mix IDWS


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    1st re-release single「桜の花びらたち2008」 IDWS | MediaFire
    Making IDWS
    Subbed IDWS


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    1st digital single「Baby! Baby! Baby!」 Bintangmedia
    IDWS
    IDWS (ON8)
    iFile
    Tsuioku no Taiyou Ver? MediaFire
    AKB48 Charity Single 「誰かのために -What can I do for someone-」 IDWS


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    1st digital single「Baby! Baby! Baby!」 IDWS
    Pink version

    Part.1 BABY! BABY! BABY! (Original Ver)

    Part.2 BABY! BABY! BABY! (Menber Solo Ver)
    [Team A]
    01. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Itano Tomomi)02. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Oshima Mai)
    03. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Kawasaki Nozomi)
    04. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Kojima Haruna)05. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Sato Yukari)
    06. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Shinoda Mariko)07. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Takahashi Minami)08. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Nakanishi Rina)
    09. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Maeda Atsuko)10. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Minegishi Minami)

    [Team K]
    01. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Akimoto Sayaka)
    02. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Umeda Ayaka)
    03. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Oshima Yuko)04. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Ohori Meumi)
    05. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Ono Erena)06. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Kasai Tomomi)
    07. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Miyazawa Sae)

    [Team B]
    01. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Kashiwagi Yuki)02. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Kikuchi Ayaka)
    03. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Watanabe Mayu)


    Blue version

    Part.1 BABY! BABY! BABY! (Original Ver)

    Part.2 BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Menber Solo Ver)
    01. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Introduction by Maeda Atsuko)
    02. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Itano + Minegishi + Kasai)03. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Akimoto + Umeda + Miyazawa)
    04. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Kojima + Maeda + Ono)05. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Kashiwagi + Kikuchi + Watanabe)06. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Takahashi + Nakanishi + Oshima)07. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Kawasaki + Sato + Ohori)
    08. BABY! BABY! BABY! (Making of Oshima + Shinoda)
    PreviewMix and MakingSubbed


    Show Concert
    ~~ Concert ~~

    AKB48 1St Concert Aitakatta Shuffle Ver.
    Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4
    AKB48 1St Concert 2007 - Haru no chottodage Zenkoku Tour Madamadaze AKB48
    Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4
    Yuko Oshima - Naki Nagara Hohoen de
    NHK 2009Team Ogi祭
    DICS 1
    AKB48 SKE48 Live in Asia~AKB104選抜組閣祭り~Yokohama Arenaサプライズはありません
    Disc 1Disc 2Disc 3Disc 4
    AKB48 Tokyo Aki Matsuri 2010
    Disc 1Disc 2Disc 3Disc 4Disc 5
    AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト 100 2009AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト 100 2010AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト 100 2011
    Disc 1Disc 4


    Show DVD Magazine
    DVD Magazine Vol. 6 Here


    ~~ SKE48 ~~


    Show SKE48
    Show Album Stage
    ~~ Album Stage ~~

    MP3

    Show 124811254012512S
    チームS

    1st stage「PARTYが始まるよ」
    2nd stage「手をつなぎながら」
    3rd stage「制服の芽」


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    チームKII

    1st stage「会いたかった」
    2nd stage「手をつなぎながら」
    3rd stage「ラムネの飲み方」


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    チームE

    1st stage「パジャマドライブ」


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    チームS

    1st stage「PARTYが始まるよ」
    2nd stage「手をつなぎながら」
    3rd stage「制服の芽」
    110816 Rena Matsui Birthday


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    ~~ Single ~~

    Tracklist

    Show Tracklist
    SKE48 1st Single: 強き者よ (Tsuyokimono yo)
    Released on 2009.8.5
    Tracklist:
    01. 強き者よ (チームS version) (Tsuyokimono yo)
    02. 強き者よ (チームKII version)
    03. 強き者よ (off vocal)
    SKE48 2nd Single: 青空片想い (Aozora kataomoi)
    Released on 2010.3.24
    Tracklist:
    01. 青空片想い (Aozora kataomoi)
    02. バンジー宣言 (Bungee sengen)
    03. 青空片想い (off vocal)
    04. バンジー宣言 (off vocal)
    SKE48 3rd Single: ごめんね,SUMMER (Gomen ne, SUMMER)
    Released on 2010.7.7
    Tracklist:
    01. ごめんね,SUMMER (Gomen ne, SUMMER)
    02. ピノキオ軍 (シアターガールズver.) (Pinocchio gun (Theater Girls ver.))
    03a. 少女は真夏に何をする? (Shoujo wa manatsu ni nani wo suru?)
    03b. 羽豆岬 (Hazumisaki)
    04. ごめんね、SUMMER (off vocal)
    05. ピノキオ軍(シアターガールズver.) (off vocal)
    06a. 少女は真夏に何をする? (off vocal)
    06b. 羽豆岬」 (off vocal)
    SKE48 4th Single: 1! 2! 3! 4! ヨロシク! (1! 2! 3! 4! Yoroshiku!)
    Released on 2010.11.17
    Tracklist:
    01. 1! 2! 3! 4! ヨロシク! (1! 2! 3! 4! Yoroshiku!)
    02. TWO ROSES
    03. そばにいさせて (Soba ni isasete)
    03a. コスモスの記憶 (Cosmos no kioku)
    03b. 青春は恥ずかしい (Seishun wa hazukashii)
    04. 1! 2! 3! 4! ヨロシク! (off vocal)
    05. TWO ROSES (off vocal)
    06. そばにいさせて (off vocal)
    06a. コスモスの記憶 (off vocal)
    06b. 青春は恥ずかしい (off vocal)
    SKE48 5th Single: バンザイVenus (Banzai Venus)
    Released on 2011.3.9
    Tracklist:
    01. バンザイVenus (Banzai Venus)
    02. 愛の数 (Ai no kazu)
    03a. 卒業式の忘れも (Sotsugyoushiki no wasuremono)
    03b. 誰かのせいにはしない (Dareka no sei ni wa shinai)
    04. バンザイVenus (off vocal ver.)
    05. 愛の数 (off vocal ver.)
    06a. 卒業式の忘れも (off vocal ver.)
    06b. 誰かのせいにはしない (off vocal ver.)


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    1st single「強き者よ」
    Tsuyokimono yo preview
    2nd single「青空片想い」
    3rd single「ごめんね,SUMMER」
    Gomen ne Summer Type A & B
    4th single「1,2,3,4、ヨロシク!」
    5th single「バンザイVenus」
    6th single「パレオはエメラルド」
    Type AType A, B & CPareo wa Emerald
    7th single「オキドキ」


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    1st single「強き者よ」
    Tsuyokimono yo
    2nd single「青空片想い」
    Aozora kataomoiBungee sengen
    3rd single「ごめんね,SUMMER」
    Gomen ne, SUMMERPinocchio gunShoujo wa manatsu ni nani wo suru?Hazumisaki
    4th single「1,2,3,4、ヨロシク!」
    1! 2! 3! 4! Yoroshiku!TWO ROSESCosmos no kiokuSeishun wa hazukashii
    5th single「バンザイVenus」
    Banzai VenusDareka no sei ni wa shina
    6th single「パレオはエメラルド」
    Pareo wa EmeraldTokimeki no ashiatoPapa wa kiraiHistory of Jurina MatsuiHistory of Rena Matsui
    7th single「オキドキ」


    Show Concert
    ~~ Concert ~~

    SKE48 - ASENO RYO TOUR
    Disc 1Disc 2Disc 3


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    Mousou Deka! Here


    ~~ SDN48 ~~


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    Show Single
    ~~ Single ~~

    Tracklist

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    SDN48 1st Single: GAGAGA
    Released on 2010.11.24
    Tracklist:
    01. GAGAGA
    02. 孤独なランナー (Kodoku na Runner)
    03a. エロスのトリガー (アンダーガルズ A) (Eros no Trigger (Under Girls A))
    03b. 佐渡へ渡る (アンダーガルズ B) (Sado e wataru (Under Girls B))
    04. GAGAGA (off vocal)
    05. 孤独なランナー (off vocal)
    06a. エロスのトリガー (off vocal)
    06b. 佐渡へ渡る (off vocal)
    SDN48 2nd Single: 愛、チュセヨ (Ai, Chuseyo)
    Released on 2011.3.23
    Tracklist:
    01. 愛、チュセヨ (Ai, Chuseyo)
    02. 天国のドアは3回目のベルで開く (アンダーガルズ A) (Tengoku no Door wa 3kaime no Bell de aku (Under Girls A))
    03a. 淡路島のタマネギ (アンダーガルズ B) (Awajishima no Tamanegi (Under Girls B))
    03b. 愛よ 動かないで (西国原礼子) (Ai yo, ugokanaide (Nishikunihara Reiko))
    04. 愛、チュセヨ (off vocal)
    05. 天国のドアは3回目のベルで開く (off vocal)
    06a. 淡路島のタマネギ (off vocal)
    06b. 愛よ 動かないで (off vocal)


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    1st single「GAGAGA!」
    2nd single「愛、チュセヨ」
    Type A
    3rd single「MIN.MIN.MIN」
    Type AType B


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    1st single「GAGAGA!」
    2nd single「愛、チュセヨ」
    Ai, ChuseyoTengoku no Doa wa 3kai me no beru de hiraku
    3rd single「MIN.MIN.MIN」
    MIN.MIN.MIN


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    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

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    1st single「甘い股関節」


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    1st single「甘い股関節」


    Show Dorama
    Show 2005
    Nobuta wo Produce (Akiko & Natsuko) Here

    Show 2006
    Galcir (Natsuko) Here
    Primadam (Akiko)
    Regatta (Akiko & Natsuko) Here
    Teppan Shoujo Akane!! (Akiko & Natsuko) Here

    Show 2007
    Papa to Musume no Nanokakan (Natsuko) Here

    Show 2008
    Hitmaker Aku Yu Monogatari (Akiko & Natsuko)
    Kiri no Hi (Natsuko)
    Nadeshiko Tai (Akiko)


    ~~ NMB48 ~~


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    Show Album Stage
    ~~ Album Stage ~~

    MP3

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    チームN


    チームN 1st stage「誰かのために」
    Live on Demand
    チームN 2nd stage「青春ガールズ」


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    チームN


    チームN 1st stage「誰かのために」
    チームN 2nd stage「青春ガールズ」


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    ~~ Single ~~

    Tracklist

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    NMB48 1st Single: 絶滅黒髪少女 (Zetsumetsu Kurogami Shoujo)
    Released on 2011.7.20
    Tracklist:
    01. 絶滅黒髪少女 (Zetsumetsu Kurogami Shoujo)
    02. 青春のラップタイム (Seishun no Lap Time)
    03a. 僕が負けた夏 (白組) (Boku ga Maketa Natsu (Shirogumi))
    03b. 待ってました、新学期 (紅組) (Mattemashita, Shingakki (Akagumi))
    04. 絶滅黒髪少女 (off vocal ver.)
    05. 青春のラップタイム (off vocal ver.)
    06a. 僕が負けた夏 (白組) (off vocal ver.)
    06b. 待ってました、新学期 (紅組) (off vocal ver.)


    MP3

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    1st single「絶滅黒髪少女」
    Type A & B
    Theater Version
    2nd single「オーマイガー!」


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    1st single「絶滅黒髪少女」
    Zetsumetsu kurokami shoujoBoku ga maketa natsuMattemashita, shingakki
    2nd single「オーマイガー!」
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    ~~ Units ~~

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    ~~ Chocolove from AKB48 ~~

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    ~~ About ~~

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    Chocolove from AKB48 is a unit consisting of three members from the idolgroup AKB48. It is the fourth unit under AKB48, and the first to release more than one single.


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    Rina Nakanishi (Team A, Graduated)
    Sayaka Akimoto (Team K)
    Sae Miyazawa (Team K)


    ~~ Discography ~~

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    ~~ Album ~~

    MP3

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    1st Album「Dessert」


    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

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    1st Single「明日は明日の君が生まれる」
    2nd Single「メールの涙」


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    1st Single「明日は明日の君が生まれる」
    Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga UmareruAshita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru (alt. ver)Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru (subbed)
    2nd Single「メールの涙」


    ~~ DiVA ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

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    1st single「月の裏側」
    Type A, B & Theater versionType C
    2nd single「Cry」
    Type A, B & CTheater Version


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    1st single「月の裏側」
    Short versionTsuki no uragawa
    2nd single「Cry」


    ~~ ノースリーブス ~~

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    ~~ About ~~

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    No3b (ノースリーブス, Nosurībusu, "No Sleeves") is subunit from idol group AKB48's team A, produced by Yasushi Akimoto. They debuted in 2008, and have had three Oricon top 10 singles to date. The group has released two digital singles under the name Persona (ペルソナ, Perusona).

    The band's name is a stylised version of the phrase No Sleeves, which is a Wasei-eigo term for sleeveless clothes.


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    Haruna Kojima
    Minami Takahashi
    Minami Minegishi


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    ~~ Album ~~

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    1st album「ノースリーブス」


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    1st single「Relax!」
    Relax!
    2nd single「タネ」
    Tane
    3rd single「キスの流星」
    4th single「Lie」
    5th single「君しか」
    6th single「Answer」
    7th single「唇 触れず・・・」
    Type AType BType CRegular Edition


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    1st single「Relax!」
    RelaxRelax (subbed)
    2nd single「タネ」
    Tane
    3rd single「キスの流星」
    Kiss no ryuusei
    4th single「Lie」
    Lie
    5th single「君しか」
    Kimishika
    6th single「Answer」
    Answer
    7th single「唇 触れず・・・」
    PreviewKuchibiru furezu...
    ISO Kuchibiru furezu... Type A


    ~~ Digital Single ~~

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    1st digital single「3seconds」
    2nd digital single「クリスマスプレゼント」


    ~~ ノットイエット ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

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    1st single「週末Not yet」
    Type AType C
    2nd single「波乗りかき氷」


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    1st single「週末Not yet」
    Shuumatsu Not yet (Nakamura Taikou directed ver.)Shuumatsu Not yet (Irie Yuu directed ver.)Sorezore no Not yet (Oshima Yuko)Short filmSorezore no Not yet (Yui Yokoyama)Sorezore no Not yet (Rie Kitahara)Sorezore no Not yet (Rino Sashihara)
    2nd single「波乗りかき氷」
    Naminori Kakigoori


    ~~ フレンチキス ~~

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    French Kiss (フレンチ・キス Furenchi Kisu) is a sub-unit of all-female Japanese pop group AKB48, produced by Yasushi Akimoto.


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    Yuki Kashiwagi
    Asuka Kuramochi
    Aki Takajō


    ~~ History ~~

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    Debut

    It was announced on June 28, 2010 by Kashiwagi that French Kiss would be formed and debuted with a single Zutto mae kara (ずっと前から Since long time before), at AKB48 Team-B's stage performance. "Zutto mae kara" was used as the ending theme song for anime "Major sixth season", broadcast on NHK Educational TV. The catchphrase of the group is "Oya ni shoukai shitai 3nin gumi" (「親に紹介したい3人組」 "Trio whom (I) would like to introduce to (my) parents).

    After 4 months from release of the 1st single on September 8, 2010, they released 2nd single "If" on January 19, 2011, which was ranked 2nd after Tomohisa Yamashita's single "Hadakanbō" (はだかんぼー "Naked") on Oricon Weekly Chart, and 1st on Billboard Japan Hot 100 ranking dated on January 31, bounced up from 73rd on prior week's ranking.


    ~~ Discography ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

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    1st single「ずっと 前から」
    2nd single「If」
    3rd single「カッコ悪い I love You!」
    Type C


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    1st single「ずっと 前から」
    Zutto mae kara
    2nd single「If」
    If
    3rd single「カッコ悪い I love You!」
    Kakkowarui I love you!Kimi nara daijoubu


    ~~ 渡り廊下走り隊/渡り廊下走り隊7 ~~

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    about 渡り廊下走り隊:

    Watarirouka Hashiritai (渡り廊下走り隊, Watarirōka Hashiritai, Team Running Through Corridors) is a Japanese pop girl group consisting of seven members from AKB48, Mayu Watanabe, Aika Oota, Natsumi Hirajima, Haruka Nakagawa, Ayaka Kikuchi, Misaki Iwasa and Mika Komori. Under Pony Canyon, the group debuted in January 2009 with a double A-side single, "Hatsukoi Dash/Aoi Mirai."

    ~~ Member ~~

    Mayu Watanabe
    Aika Oota
    Haruka Nakagawa
    Natsumi Hirajima
    Ayaka Kikuchi
    Misaki Iwasa
    Mika Komori
    ~~ History ~~

    In October 2008, Yasushi Akimoto announced that he was going to revive the 1980s girl group Ushirogami Hikaretai, using four members of AKB48 and was renaming the group to Watarirouka Hashiritai. The group debuted under Pony Canyon releasing a double A-side single, "Hatsukoi Dash/Aoi Mirai." The single entered the Oricon single chart at number ten. In April the group released their second single, "Yaruki Hanabi" which charted at number nine.

    In November 2009, the group released their third single "Kanpeki Gū no ne" which was used as the ending theme song for the anime version of the manga Fairy Tail. This single had more success than the other two singles, as it sold over 23,200 copies in its first week and charted at number seven. On February 2010, Ayaka Kikuchi joined the group changing the roster from four members to five.

    Their first single in 2010, "AkKanbe Bashi," reached number 1 on Oricon charts.

    In June 30, 2010, two members from AKB48, Misaki Iwasa and Mika Komori, were added to Watarirouka Hashiritai to form "Watarirouka Hashiritai7", but the name applied to their "radio-only" activities, as two singles released on and after June 30 were under the name of "Watarirouka Hashiritai", not as "7" since two newcomers were not included. They eventually debuted as "7" with a single "Valentine Kiss", a cover version of Sayuri Kokushō's single, originally written by Yasushi Akimoto and released 25 years ago.
    ~~ Discography ~~

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    ~~ Album ~~

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    1st album「廊下は走るな!」


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    1st single「初恋ダッシュ/青い未来」
    2nd single「やる気花火」
    3rd single「完璧ぐ~のね」
    4th single「アッカンベー橋」
    5th single「青春のフラッグ」
    6th single「ギュッ」
    7th single「バレンタイン・キッス」
    8th single「へたっぴウインク」
    Type AType CRegular


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    1st single「初恋ダッシュ/青い未来」
    2nd single「やる気花火」
    Yaruki hanabi
    3rd single「完璧ぐ~のね」
    Kanpeki guu no ne
    4th single「アッカンベー橋」
    Akkanbe bashi
    5th single「青春のフラッグ」
    Seishun no Flag
    6th single「ギュッ」
    Gyu
    7th single「バレンタイン・キッス」
    Valentine Kiss
    8th single「へたっぴウインク」
    ISO Hetappi Wink Type AISO Hetappi Wink Type A, B & C


    ~~ BABY GAMBA ~~

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    1st single「TBA」
    Preview


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    ~~ AKBアイドリング!!! ~~

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    1st single「チューしようぜ!」
    Chuu shiyouze!


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    1st single「チューしようぜ!」
    Chuu shiyouze!Chuu shiyouze! (kiss ver. preview)Chuu shiyouze! Extras

    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Idoling!!!


    ~~ びっくりぱちんこ 銭形平次 with チームZ ~~

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    1st single「恋のお縄」


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    1st single「恋のお縄」
    Koi no onawa


    ~~ ほね組 from AKB48 ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

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    1st Single「ほねほねワルツ」


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    1st Single「ほねほねワルツ」
    Hone hone Walts


    ~~ ナットウエンジェル ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

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    1st single「ナットウエンジェル」


    ~~ おじゃる丸シスターズ ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

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    1st single「初恋は実らない」


    ~~ Queen & Elizabeth ~~

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    ~~ About ~~

    Show about
    Queen & Elizabeth is a sub-unit of the Japanese pop band AKB48 consisting of members Tomomi Itano and Tomomi Kasai. The unit is named after the fictional characters the girls portray in the Kamen Rider W television series and films. Their only single to date, "Love♡Wars", reached the top 4 of the Oricon.


    ~~ History ~~

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    As fictional characters in Kamen Rider W, Queen (Itano) and Elizabeth (Kasai) made their debut in episode 7 of the television series, acting as informants to the lead character Shotaro Hidari (Renn Kiriyama) whenever he is investigating crimes in a high school setting. In January 2010, it was announced that their characters would be releasing an original song for the television series titled "Love♡Wars". A music video for the song was recorded shortly afterwards.

    In episode 23 of the television series, the characters of Queen and Elizabeth performed in a Pop Idol styled contest called "Fuuuuuutic Idol" for which they performed "Love♡Wars" to an audience to win a record deal. When they are eliminated from the competition in favor of a much worse musician, they approach Shotaro to investigate why they have lost, discovering that the rumored Radio Tower Clown is to blame. Soon after the case is closed, Queen and Elizabeth manage get their record deal after making another appearance on Fuuuuuutic Idol. At the same time, Kasai and Itano (in character) began hosting an Internet radio show connected with Double on the fictional Wind Wave radio station titled Queen & Elizabeth's White Heart Mark (QueenとElizabethの白抜きハートマーク! Kuīn to Erisabesu no Shironuki Hāto Māku).

    Their single "Love♡Wars" was released on March 31, 2010, as four different variants: a standard CD single with no bonus tracks, a CD+DVD single featuring a solo rendition of the title track by Itano as a bonus track, a CD+DVD single featuring a solo rendition by Kasai as a bonus track, and a CD+DVD single containing the fictional song Queen & Elizabeth "lost" to from the television series. While each different version of the CD has its own cover, a fifth variant cover exists for the standard CD+DVD release. The DVDs featured in each release include the music video as well as a making-of documentary for the music video.


    ~~ Discography ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

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    1st single 「Love♡Wars」


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    1st single 「Love♡Wars」
    Love♡Wars


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    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

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    1st single「心の羽根」


    Video

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    1st single「心の羽根」
    Kokoro no hane


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Dragon Ball


    ~~ Soloists ~~

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    ~~ 前田敦子 ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

    Tracklist

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    前田敦子 (Maeda Atsuko) 1st Single: Flower
    Released on 2011.06.22
    Tracklist:
    01. Flower
    02. この胸のメロディー (Kono mune no Melody)
    03a. 頬杖とカフェ・マキアート (Hootsue to Cafè Macchiato)
    03b. 夜明けまで (Yoake made)
    03c. La Brea Ave.
    03d. Brunch はブルーベリー (Brunch wa Blueberry)
    04. Flower (off vocal ver.)
    05. この胸のメロディー (off vocal ver.)
    06a. 頬杖とカフェ・マキアート (off vocal ver.)
    06b. 夜明けまで (off vocal ver.)
    06c. La Brea Ave. (off vocal ver.)
    06d. Brunch はブルーベリー (off vocal ver.)


    MP3

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    1st single「Flower」
    Act 1Act 2Act 1, 2 & 3Flower Audio PV RipBrunch wa Blueberry


    Video

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    1st single「Flower」
    FlowerFlower ga saku made - Maeda Atsuko no kiseki


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    ~~ Single ~~

    Masuda Yuka - Stargazer
    Stargazer


    ~~ 板野友美 ~~

    Show 26495373262145132654


    MP3

    Gal-chin
    Shiny Summer
    Video

    Gal-chin
    Shiny Summer
    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

    Show MP3
    1st single「Dear J」
    2nd single「ふいに」
    Type AType B & CDark Side


    Video

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    1st single「Dear J」
    2nd single「ふいに」
    Fui ni


    ~~ Digital Single ~~

    MP3

    Show MP3
    1st digital single「Wanna be now <配信限定シングル Part 1 >」
    2nd digital single「愛にピアス <配信限定シングル Part 2>」
    愛にピアス


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    ~~ おぐまなみ ~~

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    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

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    1st single「かたつむり」


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    ~~ Single ~~

    MP3

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    1st single「メンドクサイ愛情」2nd single「愛ってナンダホー」3rd single「Second Lady」


    Video

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    1st single「メンドクサイ愛情」
    Mendokusai aijou
    2nd single「愛ってナンダホー」
    Ai tte Nandaho
    3rd single「Second Lady」
    Second Lady
    ISO Second Lady Type A & B


    ~~ 星野みちる ~~

    Show 2614337326124151238512427 Ex-AKB48 1st Gen
    ~~ Single Album ~~

    MP3

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    1st single album「僕の花」
    Boku no hana


    Video

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    1st single album「僕の花」
    Boku no hana


    ~~ Mini Album ~~

    MP3

    Show MP3
    1st mini album「卒業」
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    [110123 - MUSIC JAPAN] French Kiss - If
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    [110212 - MUSIC FAIR] Watarirouka Hashiritai, Tegomass, Home Made Kazoku - Chocolate Disco
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    [110307 - Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ] AKB48 Not yet - Talk + Shuumatsu Not yet
    [110402 - MUSIC JAPAN] AKB48 2011 Sakura Special
    [110411 - Music Lovers] AKB48 - Music Lovers - Heavy Rotation + Aitakatta
    [110423 - MUSIC FAIR] Kashiwagi Yuki x Hideaki Tokunaga - Iihi Tabidachi
    [110522 - MUSIC JAPAN] AKB48 - Everyday, Kachuusha
    [110527 - Music Station] AKB48 - Everyday, Kachuusha
    [110528 - Happy Music] AKB48 - Everyday, Katyusha
    [110528 - MUSIC FAIR] AKB48 - Everyday, Katyusha
    [110529 - CDTV] AKB48 - Everyday Katyusha
    [100530 - MUSIC JAPAN] AKB48 - Ponytail to Shushu
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    [110606 - Coming Soon!!] AKB48 - Everyday, Katyusha
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    [110613 - ComingSoon!!] AKB48 - Koko ni ita koto
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    [110619 - MUSIC JAPAN] Atsuko Maeda - Flower
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    [110620 - Coming Soon!!] no3b - Kuchibiru furezu...
    [110620 - Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ] Atsuko Maeda - Flower
    [110626 - CDTV] Atsuko Maeda - Flower
    [110716 - Ongaku no Hi] AKB48, SKE48, Not yet, Tomomi Itano
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    [110718 - Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ] AKB48, NMB48, Not yet
    [110722 - HAPPY MUSIC] NMB48 - Zetsumetsu kurogami shoujo
    [110723 - MUSIC FAIR] AKB48 & Tomomi Itano
    [110724 - MUSIC JAPAN] NMB48 - Zetsumetsu kurogami shoujo
    [110725 - Coming Soon!!] SKE48 - Pareo wa Emerald
    [110728 - New Ameba Studio Live Special] no3b
    [110730 - Happy Music] SKE48 - Pareo wa Emerald
    [110730 - Happy Music] Mai Oshima - Second Lady
    [110731 - Mezamashi Live 2011] Watarirouka Hashiritai 7
    [110731 - MUSIC JAPAN] Watarirouka Hashiritai 7 - Hetappi Wink
    [110801 - Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ] Tomomi Itano - Fui ni
    [110806 - MUSIC FAIR] Mayu Watanabe with Suga Shikao and CHEMISTRY - Ai ni tsuite
    [110806 - MUSIC FAIR] Watarirouka Hashiritai 7 - Hetappi Wink
    [110806 - FNS Music Festival] AKB48 - Aitakatta
    [110806 - FNS Music Festival] AKB48 - Beginner
    [110807 - MUSIC JAPAN] SKE48 - Pareo wa Emerald
    [110808 - Coming Soon!!] DiVA - Cry
    [Music Station] AKB48 - Chance no Junban
    AKB48 - Beginner CDTV & LIVE
    AKB48 Team Kenkyuusei Hiru Kouen
    MTV Music Video Aid Japan 2011
    Team B Performance in Beijing


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    ~~ Terebi Performance ~~

    DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 - The future : 1mm ahead 110108
    Takahashi Minami (AKB48) - Odoru ! Sanma Goten !! Special (2011/01/04)(DivX/AVI)
    Documentary of AKB48 ~to be continued~


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    ~~ ICE from AKB48 ~~


    about ICE:

    ICE (アイス?) is a 2007 original video animation created by Yasushi Akimoto and directed by Makoto Kobayashi. It is set in the ruins of Tokyo in the near future, after an unspecified catastrophe has led to the death of all human males and many females. The small groups of women who survive face the impending extinction of humanity. There are suggestions that the disaster was caused by human interference with nature, possibly biological warfare experiments or genetic engineering.

    Many of the survivors blame men's warlike nature and scientific arrogance for the catastrophe. However, even though men have perished, the women who remain are forced to use violence in the face of bioterrorism and other threats. While some accept their fate as the last generation of humans, others see biological engineering as a final hope for the survival of the species.

    ~~ Single ~~

    1st Single「アイサレルトイウコト」 MP3 (by Sakurasi)


    Show 1246312524125201253112501125241253112474 from AKB48
    ~~ クレヨンフレンズ from AKB48 ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Crayon Shin-chan


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    ~~ お菓子なシスターズ ~~


    Show AKB213312969937096
    ~~ AKB卓球部 ~~



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    ~~ 読売巨人軍創立75周年応援隊 ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Yomiuri Giants


    Show 124811254012512PB
    ~~ チームPB ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48, Shueisha and Weekly Playboy


    Show 124811254012512YJ
    ~~ チームYJ ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48, Shueisha and Weekly Young Jump


    Show 37326337561247112473124791254012474
    ~~ 野菜シスターズ ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Kagome Co.


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    ~~ AKB卓球部2010 ~~



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    ~~ ナットウエンジェルZ ~~



    ~~ Single ~~

    1st single「Nattou Man」 MP3


    Show 125111249112473124591254012488
    ~~ ミニスカート ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Takara Tomy


    Show MINT
    ~~ MINT ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Ameba


    Show AKB4812459124731250612523124731246112540307403135025152
    ~~ AKB48カスペルスキー研究所 ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Kaspersky Lab


    Show Team KISHIN from AKB48
    ~~ Team KISHIN from AKB48 ~~


    Special collaboration unit by AKB48 and Kishin Shinoyama


    Show Dorama
    Show 1996
    Hyokotachi no Tenshi (Yuko Oshima)
    Love no Okurimono (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 1997
    Denji Sentai Mega Ranger (Yuko Oshima)
    D×D (Yuko Oshima)
    Virgin Road (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 1998
    Love and Peace (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 1999
    Sennen Oukoku Sanjuji Vanii Nights ep 2 (Yuko Oshima)
    Rasen (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 2001
    Antique (Yuko Oshima) Here

    Show 2002
    Tokyo Niwatsuki Ikkodate (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 2004
    Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi 2004 (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 2005
    Kiken na Aneki (Yuko Oshima) Here
    Onna no Ichidaki (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 2007
    Chocomimi (Kayano Masuyama (Ex. AKB48)) Here
    Joshi Deka! (Haruna Kojima, Minami Minegishi) Here
    Swan no Baka (Atsuko Maeda)
    Yamada Taro Monogatari (Haruna Kojima) Here

    Show 2008
    Bengoushi Ichinose Rinko (Yuko Oshima)
    Bloody Monday (Shiho Watanabe (Ex. AKB48)) Here
    Cafe Kichijoji de (Yuko Oshima)
    Cat Street (Minami Minegishi, Yuko Oshima) Here
    Coin Locker Monogatari (Haruna Kojima) Here
    Gokusen 3 ep 6 (Haruna Kojima) Here
    Guren Onna ep 5 (Minami Minegishi)
    Koizora (Sae Miyazawa) Here
    Maou (Kayano Masuyama (Ex. AKB48) Here
    Mendol (no3b) Here
    Muri na Renai (Haruna Kojima)
    SAITOU san (Minami Takahashi) Here
    Sangiin Giin Kouho Mami (Yuko Oshima)
    Shiori to Shimiko no Kaiki Jikenbo (Atsuko Maeda, Natsuki Sato, Yuko Oshima)
    Tadashii Ouji No Tsukurikata (Sae Miyazawa, Sayaka Akimoto) Here
    Taiyo To Umi No Kyoshitsu (Atsuko Maeda) Here
    Tetsudou Musume (Tomomi Kasai)
    Watashi wa gohho ni naru! Ai o Hotta Otoko - Munakata Shikou to Sono Tsuma (Yuko Oshima)
    Yasuko To Kenji (Haruna Kojima) Here

    Show 2009
    Gyne (Mariko Shinoda) Here
    Kaze ni Maiagaru Vinyl Sheet (Yuko Oshima)
    Kinyo Prestige (Tomomi Kasai)
    Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen-mae Hashutsujo (Atsuko Maeda)
    Koishite Akuma (Minami Minegishi) Here
    LOVE GAME (Mariko Shinoda)
    Mei-chan No Shitsuji (Haruna Kojima) Here
    Shokojo Seira (Kayano Masuyama (Ex. AKB48)) Here
    Tsuma yo! Matsumoto Sarin Jiken Hannin to Yobarete... Kazoku o Mamorinuita 15 Nen (Atsuko Maeda)

    Show 2010
    Angel Bank (Yuko Oshima)
    Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi 2010 On Segment Akai Earring no Kai (Yuko Oshima)
    Honto ni Atta Kowai Hanashi Raincoat no Onna (Minami Takahashi, Haruna Kojima)
    Kamen Rider Double (Tomomi Itano, Tomomi Kasai) Here
    Majisuka Gakuen (AKB48) Here
    Q10 (Atsuko Maeda) Here
    Reinoryokusha Odagiri Kyoko No Uso (Yuko Oshima) Here
    Ryoma den (Atsuko Maeda) Here
    Salaryman Kintaro 2 (Sayaka Akimoto)
    Sandaime Akechi Kogoro~ Kyou mo Meichi ga Korosareru~ ep 4 (Yuko Oshima)
    Tofu Shimai (Miho Miyazaki)

    Show 2011
    A Challenge to Kudo Shinichi ~ The Mystery of the Legend of the Monster Bird (Sayaka Akimoto) Here
    Hanazakari no Kimitachi e Remake Here
    Majisuka Gakuen 2 (AKB48) Here
    Sakura kara no Tegami (AKB48) Here
    Taisetsu Na Koto Wa Subete Kimi Ga Oshietekureta (Mariko Shinoda) Here


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    Ashita no Watashi no Tsukurikata (Atsuko Maeda, Minami Minegishi) Here
    Densen Uta (AKB48) Here
    IDWS
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    IDWS (sub)
    Megaupload

    Show 2008
    Nasu Shonenki (Atsuko Maeda)
    Sakura no Sono Remake (Yuko Oshima)

    Show 2009
    Giniro no Ame (Yuko Oshima)
    High Kick Girl (Sayaka Akimoto) Here
    Neo Action Series: Seishiyuri Kishidan - Super Gore Girl (Sayaka Akimoto)
    Teketeke (Yuko Oshima) Here
    Teketeke 2 (Yuko Oshima) Here

    Show 2010
    Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Movie War 2010 (Tomomi Itano, Tomomi Kasai) Here
    Shibuya (Yuko Oshima)
    Sweet Litte Rice (Yuko Oshima)

    Higurashi no naku koro ni (Erena Ono (Ex. AKB48)) Here Here
    Higurashi no naku koro ni: Chikai (Erena Ono (Ex. AKB48)) Here Here


    Show Photobook amp Magazine
    Show Photobook
    まゆゆ Mayu Watanabe first photobook
    AKB48 - Summer Jam (58P+ Movie)
    AKB48 - Jump & Cry
    [PB] AKB48 x Beautiful Collection

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    AKB48 FASHION BOOK わがままガールフレンド ~おしゃれプリンセスを探せ! Here
    [WPB-net] No.120 AKB48 - THIS IS THE BEST OF AKB48 [67P+16SF+12WP+1ss] Here
    [WPB.Net] No.121 AKB48 Happy Blue Sky and White Concert[50P1Mov] Here
    AKB48 Sousenkyo Koushiki Guidebook Here
    AKB48 Haregi Book Here
    AKB48 Mizuki Surprise Here
    AKB48 VISUAL BOOK 2010 Here
    Young Jump 2011 No.26 Here
    [VYJ] No.111 AKB48 VISUAL SPECIAL Here
    Young Jump 2011 No.01-05 SendSpace
    [YS Web] Vol.401 AKB48 MediaFire
    Weekly Playboy No.36 IDWS | sharebee
    UTB 2010 Vol.200 Hotfile
    AKB48 Shibuya AX 2011 - Gravure Booklet IDWS
    WPB-Net No. 128 - AKB48 Janken Senbatsu Surprise Happyou IDWS
    WPB29 N YJ34 NMB48
    Visual Young Jump Vol.113
    Young Sunday Visual Web S Vol.418 08 201
    AKB48 Sousenkyo! Mizugi Surprise Happyou 2011
    [YS Web] Vol.397 AKB48 [Wonder Bunny Party]
    Monthly Young Magazine 2011 August [NMB48]


    Show Games
    [PSP] 1/48 アイドルと恋しったら (Aidoru to koishitara)
    Emulator
    1/48 アイドルと恋しったら (Aidoru to koishitara)
    Majisuka Gakuen


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    Kasai Tomomi Official Trading Card Collection


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    Video GTV Vol.6 Team K
    Video UP to Boy vol.177 AKB48
    Video Sakura no Hanabiratachi Preview
    Video Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008 Preview
    Varity Show AKB48 1ji 59fun - 14 Feb 2008
    Sub Ji Fun
    Pic Pic AKB48
    Video AKB48 - Hairbreadth scream part 1
    ***Video Private Princess
    Private Princess
    Video Varity Show
    Video Varity Show
    ****Video AKB48 - Tameshite Gatten (080423 1280x720)
    Varoty Show AKB48 - Mujack Press 01 (080426 640x480)
    Video 20080601 That's Takarakuji - Itano Tomomi
    Video AKB48+10!
    Video Multi Varity Show
    Video [OPV]Itano Tomomi 17th Anniversary
    Pic AKB48 Weekly Calender 2009
    Video Ono Erena PB Making
    Video [H!F] UTB Vol.200 Special Making DVD - Suzuki Airi & Watanabe Mayu
    concert AKB48 Live @ Nippon Budokan
    Video Erena Ono - UTB 192
    MP3:
    AKB48 - Romance, Irane
    AKB48 - Ai no Moufu
    Hoshino Michiru - Ganbare
    Hoshino Michiru - Sorezore
    Dart's Sharing


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    Hmm.... Kalo menurut gw c karena di Jepang tuwh co2nya lebih menyukai sosok cewe yg imut, yg lemah gtu.... Yang bisa disayang2 kaya adek sendiri... Hehehe ^^

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    neh gw coba ambil yg di wiki....
    kl profile tiap org....

    emank seh org jpn suka yg imut2...
    tp sbnrnya tdk hanya org jpn doan seh...
    kebykan cowo jg begitu...

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    DAN lagie... Cewe Jepang emank imut2! makanya co Jepang jadi enak bisa cari ce imut2...

    Hehehe... Makanya ce imut di Jepang jadi disukai... ^^

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    Coba liat postingan gua lagi diatas :)

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    wow, jepang emank suka ngoleksi cewe2 muda yang jumlahnya banyak tuk dijadiin penyanyi...

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    ya sama kyk morning musume ato grup2 hello! project gt lah...
    cmn AKB orgnya byk tu ada 48 org...
    bs pusing jg lama2...:smile:

    foto team B adanya yg profile doan neh....
    soalnya team B paling tlat nongolnya dibandingkan dgn yg lain...

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