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NMB48
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NMB48, August 2021

Location

Osaka, Japan

Genre

Japanese Pop

Years Active

October 9, 2010 - present

Producer

Akimoto Yasushi, Yoshikazu Kenmotsu

Label

laugh out loud! records

Company

Showtitle

Official Website

nmb48.com

TikTok

nmb48_official

NMB48 (short for Namba48) is a Japanese all-female idol group based in Namba, Osaka, where they have their own theater, located in the Yes-Namba Building. The group, established in 2010, was the third sister group of AKB48. NMB48 is produced by Akimoto Yasushi and signed under laugh out loud records. Currently the group consists of 33 Promoted Members and 10 Kenkyuusei.

On January 1, 2022, NMB48 had a team shuffle which reformed their teams, which were disbanded on January 20, 2021.

History

NMB48 Logo

2010

The creation of AKB48's third sister group was announced in July 2010. Akimoto Yasushi revealed that he would continue his plan for a franchise of idol groups in Japan, by forming a group in Namba. Auditions were held in August 2010, and were broadcast on the TV show "Starhime Sagashitarou", which featured members of SKE48. The 26 girls who passed the auditions were introduced in October 2010 at AKB48's Tokyo Aki Matsuri.

2011

NMB48, December 2011

NMB48 performed for the first time at their theater in January 2011. During this performance, the members of NMB48's first team was announced. In March, Team N was formed with Yamamoto Sayaka appointed as captain. The 2nd generation of the group was announced in May. NMB48's debut single, Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo, was released in July. Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo sold over 200,000 copies in its first week. The single also reached the top of the Oricon charts. This made NMB48 the second girl group to reach number 1 at debut.

2012

In January 2012, NMB48's second team was formed with 16 members. Shimada Rena was appointed as captain of Team M. The third generation of NMB48 was announced in February. In May, Team M began to perform their first stage at the theater. During the Tokyo Dome concert in August, it was announced that AKB48 member Yokoyama Yui would have a concurrent position in NMB48. Kotani Riho and Watanabe Miyuki received concurrencies in AKB48. On October 10, Team BII was formed by sixteen members of the third generation. Kamieda Emika was made the captain of the team. The fourth generation of NMB48 was announced in December.

2013

NMB48, April 2013

At the AKB48 Group Rinji Soukai in April 2013, Yokoyama Yui's concurrent position in NMB48 was ended. AKB48 member Ichikawa Miori was given a concurrency in Team N instead. In November, four members joined NMB48 from the first AKB48 Group Draft.

2014

During the AKB48 Group Dai Sokaku Matsuri in February 2014, NMB48 underwent its first shuffle. Kashiwagi Yuki, Murashige Anna, and Takayanagi Akane were given concurrencies in NMB48. Co-Captains for every team were appointed for the first time. Ichikawa Miori, Fujie Reina, and Umeda Ayaka were transferred permanently from AKB48 to NMB48. The centers of the group, Yamamoto Sayaka and Watanabe Miyuki, were given concurrencies. Ogasawara Mayu was transferred permanently to AKB48.

2022

In January 1, NMB48's 8th Generation was revealed.

Members

Disbanded Teams

  • Team N (Reformed in February 2022)
  • Team M (Reformed in February 2022)
  • Team BII (Reformed in February 2022)

Sister Groups

Japanese

Overseas

Former Sister Groups


Terms

Units

Within NMB48
Former Units
Single Units
Mixed Units

Soloists

Within NMB48
Outside NMB48

Discography

Studio Albums

  1. [2013.02.27] Teppen Tottande! (てっぺんとったんで!)
  2. [2014.08.13] Sekai no Chuushin wa Osaka ya ~Namba Jichiku~ (世界の中心は大阪や〜なんば自治区〜)
  3. [2017.08.02] Namba Ai ~Ima, Omou Koto~ (難波愛~今、思うこと~)

Stage Albums

  1. [2014.01.01] Team N 1st Stage "Dareka no Tame ni" (Team N 1st Stage「誰かのために」)
  2. [2014.01.01] Team N 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls" (Team N 2nd Stage「青春ガールズ」)
  3. [2014.01.01] Team M 1st Stage "Idol no Yoake" (Team M 1st Stage「アイドルの夜明け」)
  4. [2014.01.01] Team BII 1st Stage "Aitakatta" (Team BII 1st Stage「会いたかった」)
  5. [2014.01.01] Team BII 2nd Stage "Tadaima Ren'aichuu" (Team BII 2nd Stage「ただいま恋愛中」)
  6. [2014.03.31] Team N 3rd Stage "Koko ni Datte Tenshi wa Iru" (チームN 3rd Stage「ここにだって天使はいる」)

  • [2011.07.20] Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo (絶滅黒髪少女)
  • [2011.10.19] Oh My God! (オーマイガー!)
  • [2012.02.08] Junjou U-19 (純情U-19)
  • [2012.05.09] Nagiichi (ナギイチ)
  • [2012.08.08] Virginity (ヴァージニティー)
  • [2012.11.07] Kitagawa Kenji (北川健二)
  • [2013.06.19] Bokura no Eureka (僕らのユリイカ)
  • [2013.10.02] Kamonegix (カモネギックス)
  • [2014.03.26] Takane no Ringo (高嶺の林檎)
  • [2014.11.05] Rashikunai (らしくない)
  • [2015.03.31] Don't look back!
  • [2015.07.15] Durian Shounen (ドリアン少年)
  • [2015.10.07] Must be now
  • [2016.04.27] Amagami Hime (甘噛み姫)
  • [2016.08.03] Boku wa Inai (僕はいない)
  • [2016.12.28] Boku Igai no Dareka (僕以外の誰か)
  • [2017.12.27] Warota People (ワロタピーポー)
  • [2018.04.04] Yokubomono (欲望者)
  • [2018.10.17] Boku Datte naichau yo (僕だって泣いちゃうよ)
  • [2019.02.20] Tokonoma Seiza Musume (床の間正座娘)
  • [2019.08.14] Bokou e Kaere! (母校へ帰れ!)
  • [2019.11.06] Hatsukoi Shijo Shugi (初恋至上主義)
  • [2020.08.19] Datte Datte Datte (だってだってだって)
  • [2020.11.18] Koi Nanka No thank you! (恋なんかNo thank you!)
  • [2021.06.16] Shidare Yanagi (シダレヤナギ)
  • [2022.02.23] Koi to Ai no Sono Aida ni wa (恋と愛のその間には)

  • Music Video Collections

    1. [2018.08.08] NMB48 ALL CLIPS -Kurokami Kara Yokubo Made- (NMB48 ALL CLIPS -黒髪から欲望まで-)

    Stage DVDs

    1. [2011.06.24] Team N 1st Stage "Dareka no Tame ni" (チームN 1st Stage「誰かのために」)
    2. [2012.08.21] 2nd Generation Stage "Party ga Hajimaru yo" Senshuuraku (2期生公演「PARTYが始まるよ」千秋楽)
    3. [2012.09.25] Team N 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls" (チームN 2nd Stage「青春ガールズ」)
    4. [2014.01.01] Team BII 1st Stage "Aitakatta" Senshuraku -2013.10.17-

    Concert DVDs

    1. [2012.03.27] NMB48 1st Anniversary Special Live
    2. [2013.10.12] NMB48 3rd Anniversary Special Live
    3. [2014.02.25] NMB48 Team M Osaka Tour 2014 ~Benchi Atametemashita~
    4. [2014.03.31] NMB48 Osaka Juban Shoubu
    5. [2014.03.31] NMB48 Kinki Juuoumujin Concert Tour ~Mina-san, Chapu Chapu shimashou~
    6. [2014.03.31] NMB48 Western Japan Tour 2013 12/31
    7. [2014.04.05] NMB48 in Saitama Super Arena

    Stages

    NMB48

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Osaka Tamashi Sutetara Akan
    (大阪魂捨てたらあかん)
    2021.04.19 - TBA

    Team N

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Dareka no Tame ni
    (誰かのために)
    2011.03.21 - 2011.05.16
    2012.10.20 - 2013.10.15
    116
    54
    2 Seishun Girls
    (青春ガールズ)
    2011.05.19 - 2012.09.20 -
    3 Koko ni datte Tenshi wa Iru
    (ここにだって天使はいる)
    2013.11.19 - 2014.04.16
    2014.04.30 - 2016.12.19
    18
    -
    4 Mokugekisha
    (目撃者)
    2017.01.15 - 2019.02.28 -
    5 N Pride 2019.03.10 - 2021.01.20 -

    Team M

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Idol no Yoake
    (アイドルの夜明け)
    2012.05.05 - 2014.04.17
    2017.01.24 - 2019.02.21
    146
    -
    2 RESET 2014.05.02 - 2016.12.25 209
    3 Dareka no Tame ni
    (誰かのために)
    2019.03.02 - 2021.01.22 -

    Team BII

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Aitakatta
    (会いたかった)
    2012.10.10 - 2013.10.17 81
    2 Tadaima Renaichuu
    (ただいま 恋愛中)
    2013.11.01 - 2014.04.14 45
    3 Saka Agari
    (逆上がり)
    2014.04.22 - 2016.12.11 205
    4 Renai Kinshi Jourei
    (恋愛禁止条例)
    2017.01.31 - 2019.02.19 -
    5 2 ban-me no Door
    (2番目のドア)
    2019.03.13 - 2021.01.21 -

    Kenkyuusei

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Dareka no Tame ni
    (誰かのために)
    2011.01.01 - 2011.03.10 81
    2 PARTY ga Hajimaru yo
    (PARTYが始まるよ)
    2011.08.13 - 2012.05.02 111
    3 Aitakatta
    (会いたかった)
    2012.04.29 - 2012.10.06 57
    4 Seishun Girls
    (青春ガールズ)
    2013.02.01 - 2014.10.05 89
    5 Souzou no Shijin
    (想像の詩人)
    2014.10.24 - 2015.03.18 15
    6 Todokanasou de Todoku Mono
    (届かなそうで届くもの)
    2016.10.04 - 2017.05.29 46
    7 Yume wa Nigenai
    (夢は逃げない)
    2018.09.26 - 2020.01.31 97
    8 Will be Idol 2020.11.21 - TBA

    Cattleyagumi=

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Koko ni Datte Tenshi wa Iru
    (ここにだって天使はいる)
    2017.06.27 - 2019.02.26 -

    Kyunmart Stages

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 Kitto Mitsukaru, KOI shite LOVE shite Kyunmart
    (きっと見つかる、KOIしてLOVEしてきゅんmart)
    2021.04.04 - TBA

    Special Stages

    # Stage Name Date Performances
    1 NMB48 Theater Special Week 2018 Tandoku Juuban Shoubu!
    (NMB48劇場スペシャルウィーク 2018 単独十番勝負!)
    2018.05.14 - 2018.05.20 10
    2 NMB48 Theater Special Week 2018 Tandoku Juuban Shoubu! Second part!
    (NMB48劇場スペシャルウィーク 2018 単独十番勝負!第二弾!)
    2018.12.01 - 2018.12.09 10
    3 Kojima Karin Produce Performance "Namba Ai 〜Ima, Kojima ga Omou Koto〜"
    (小嶋花梨プロデュース公演 『難波愛~今、小嶋が思うこと~』)
    2019.04.08 - TBA
    4 NMB48 Crown LIVE 2019
    (NMB48 冠LIVE 2019)
    2019.07.26 - 2019.07.28 6

    Filmography

    Movies

    Events

    AKB48 Senbatsu Janken Taikai

    AKB48 Group Draft Kaigi

    AKB48 Request Hour

    AKB48 Kouhaku Utagassen

    AKB48 Charity Projects


    NMB48 Request Hour

    • [2013.04.18] NMB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 30 2013
    • [2014.05.21] NMB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 50 2014
    • [2015.08.15] NMB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2015
    • [2016.08.26] NMB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 235 2016

    NMB48 Team Shuffle


    External Links

    NMB48
    Members
    Promoted Members Abe Wakana | Ishida Yuumi | Izumi Ayano | Uno Mizuki | Umeyama Cocona | Okamoto Rena | Kato Yuuka | Kawakami Chihiro | Kojima Karin (Captain) | Sadano Haruka | Shiotsuki Keito | Shibuya Nagisa | Jonishi Rei | Shinzawa Nao | Sugiura Kotone | Deguchi Yuina | Nakagawa Mion | Nakano Mirai | Hara Karen | Hirayama Mai | Hori Shion | Hongo Yuzuha | Maeda Reiko | Manabe Anju | Mizuta Shiori | Minami Haasa | Yamasaki Amiru | Yamamoto Mikana | Wada Miyu
    Kenkyuusei Asao Momoka | Lee Siyeon | Orisaka Koharu | Kameno Zion | Kuroda Fuuwa | Satsuki Aika | Sumino Wakana | Hayakawa Yuna | Yoshino Misaki | Ike Honoka | Kuroshima Sakura | Sakashita Mako | Sakata Misaki | Sakamoto Risa | Sakurada Ayaka | Takahashi Sae | Tatsumoto Yayoi | Tanaka Yukino | Fukuno Ami | Matsuoka Sakura | Matsuno Mio | Matsumoto Mihina | Yamamoto Hikaru
    Former Members
    Promoted Members Azuma Yuki | Yamamoto Ayaka | Yokono Sumire | Ogawa Yuuka | Kitamura Mana | Shimizu Rika | Miyake Yuria | Shiroma Miru | Ishizuka Akari | Namba Hinata | Kawano Nanaho | Shobu Marin | Yasuda Momone
    Team N Mori Ayaka | Matsuda Shiori | Shinohara Kanna | Fukumoto Aina | Yogi Keira | Yamauchi Tsubasa | Yamagishi Natsumi | Kono Saki | Muro Kanako | Kotani Riho | Nishimura Aika | Kishino Rika | Jonishi Kei | Yabushita Shu | Sutou Ririka | Matsumura Megumi | Mizokawa Mirai | Ichikawa Miori | Yamamoto Sayaka | Kusaka Konomi | Mita Mao | Hayashi Momoka | Iso Kanae | Odan Mai | Takei Sara | Ota Yuuri | Tanigawa Airi | Ota Riona | Kobayashi Rina | Morita Ayaka | Nishizawa Rurina | Yoshida Akari | Murase Sae | Sakamoto Nami
    Team M Kodakari Yuka | Jo Eriko | Fujita Runa | Ota Riona | Hikawa Ayame | Yamamoto Hitomi | Koyanagi Arisa | Shimada Rena | Murakami Ayaka | Miura Arisa | Yamada Nana | Takano Yui | Kondo Rina | Kamieda Emika | Kinoshita Momoka | Nakano Reina | Ando Erina | Iwata Momoka | Kawakami Rena | Kushiro Rina | Koga Narumi | Yamao Rina | Sato Ami | Akashi Natsuko | Horinouchi Momoka | Mizobuchi Maria | Ijiri Anna
    Team BII Umehara Mako | Kobayashi Rikako | Akazawa Hono | Terui Honoka | Kadowaki Kanako | Umeda Ayaka | Watanabe Miyuki | Ueda Mirei | Matsuoka Chiho | Kinoshita Haruna | Yamaguchi Yuki | Fujie Reina | Muranaka Yuki | Yagura Fuuko | Okita Ayaka | Uemura Azusa | Jo Eriko | Naiki Kokoro | Yamada Suzu
    Kenkyuusei Yamauchi Ayaka | Takiyama Akane | Otani Riko | Okada Risako | Ishikawa Kokoro | Hara Mizuki | Sasaki Nanami | Togo Sora | Sugimoto Kano | Sato Sorai | Hisada Riko | Sugino Risa | Hirose Sena | Ishihara Masako | Ogawa Noa | Nakagawa Hiromi | Shimazaki Momoka | Takayama Riko | Shibata Yui | Nishinaka Nanami | Osawa Ai | Odan Yui
    Discography
    Singles 1. Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shoujo | 2. Oh My God! | 3. Junjou U-19 | 4. Nagiichi | 5. Virginity | 6. Kitagawa Kenji | 7. Bokura no Eureka | 8. Kamonegix | 9. Takane no Ringo | 10. Rashikunai | 11. Don't look back! | 12. Durian Shounen | 13. Must be now | 14. Amagami Hime | 15. Boku wa Inai | 16. Boku Igai no Dareka | 17. Warota People | 18. Yokubomono | 19. Boku Datte naichau yo | 20. Tokonoma Seiza Musume | 21. Bokou e Kaere! | 22. Hatsukoi Shijo Shugi | 23. Datte Datte Datte | 24. Koi Nanka No thank you! | 25. Shidare Yanagi | 26. Koi to Ai no Sono Aida ni wa
    Album 1. Teppen Tottande! | 2. Sekai no Chuushin wa Osaka ya ~Namba Jichiku~ | 3. Namba Ai ~Ima, Omou Koto~
    Other Songs HA! | Kimi to Deatte Boku wa Kawatta | Punkish | Shigamitsuita Seishun | Mayonaka no Tsuyogari | Hetawoutsu
    Sister Groups
    Inside Japan AKB48 | SKE48 | HKT48 | NGT48 | STU48
    Outside Japan JKT48 | BNK48 | MNL48 | AKB48 Team SH | SGO48 | AKB48 Team TP | CGM48
    Events
    Sousenkyo 3rd Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 22nd Single "Kotoshi mo Gachi Desu"
    4th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 27th Single "Fan ga Erabu 64 Giseki"
    5th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 32nd Single "Yume wa Hitori ja Mirarenai"
    6th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 37th Single "Yume no Genzaichi ~Rival wa Doko da~"
    7th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 41st Single
    8th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 45th Single
    9th Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 49 Single
    Janken Taikai

    2nd Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 24th Single
    3rd Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 29th Single
    4th Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 34th Single
    5th Senbatsu Janken Taikai - Solo Debut + 38th Single

    Group Draft Meeting

    AKB48 Group Draft Meeting 2013
    AKB48 Group Draft Meeting 2015

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