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SKE48, May 2019

SKE48 (short for SaKaE48) is a Japanese Idol Group produced by Akimoto Yasushi. They are the 1st sister group of AKB48. The group has their own theater in Sunshine Sakae, in Nagoya (Aichi Prefecture). The 1st generation members were announced on July 30, 2008, debuting on October 5, 2008. The debut single of the group, Tsuyokimono yo, was released on August 5, 2009. They are currently signed under avex trax, originally from Nippon Crown Records.

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History

2008

In the summer of 2008, Akimoto Yasushi started his plan to expand AKB48 to the entire country of Japan by starting in Nagoya. 22 members were chosen and 15 of these girls debuted with former AKB48 Kenkyuusei Nakanishi Yuuka as Team S. 11 year old Matsui Jurina was chosen as Senbatsu Center for AKB48's 10th major single, Oogoe Diamond. SKE48 started performing regularly in the SUNSHINE SAKAE Theater. Even before they could release a single, Suzuki Kirara of Team S graduated in November, 2008 having only performed their first stage.

2009

In April 2009, 23 new girls were chosen as the candidates for the new SKE48 team, KII. 1st Generation Kenkyuusei Sato Seira and Team S member Sato Mieko were chosen to join Team KII and Mori Sayuki was added to Team S. In August 2009, SKE48 released their first single, Tsuyokimono yo on Lantis. The single did not have selected Senbatsu, and instead featured Team S on the A-side and Team KII as the B-side. Shortly after the release, Team S lost another member, Takai Tsukina, who graduated citing to focus on her studies.

In November 2009, a 3rd generation was announced and 13 members were added to Kenkyuusei. In December 2009, Maeda Eiko from Team KII transferred to the newly debuted sister group, SDN48 for idols who are above 18 years old. Also in this time, Yamashita Moe graduated from the group to become a graphic artist.

2010

In February 2010, SKE48 Kenkyuusei began performing regularly in the theater. In March 2010, SKE48 released its first single on CROWN GOLD. The single featured a 7 person Senbatsu. Also in March, 1st generation members Mori Sayuki and Shinkai Rina were demoted to Kenkyuusei, amd eventually to graduated in May 2010. SKE48's 4th generation debuted in September, 2010. 16 new Kenkyuusei were added to the group, bringing the total number of Kenkyuusei to 26. On December 6, 2010, SKE48 announced the creation of Team E, using 16 kenkyuusei. 4 members of Team KII, Iguchi Shiori, Kito Momona, Saito Makiko and Uchiyama Mikoto were transferred to Kenkyuusei. 4 remaining members of Kenkyuusei, Abiru Riho, Goto Risako, Hata Sawako, and Yakata Miki were promoted to Team KII. This was also the first time that SKE48 reached its goal of 48 official members.

2011

On May 28, 2011, SKE48 announced that they were changing record labels to avex trax and their first single under their new label, Pareo wa Emerald, would be released on July 27, 2011.

2012

On January 15, 2012, SKE48 members Akaeda Ririna, Hara Minami, Hiramatsu Kanako, Kuwabara Mizuki, Kobayashi Emiri, Ogiso Shiori, Takada Shiori, and Ueno Kasumi announced they will be graduating from the group.

2013

On April 12, 2013, SKE48 had their 1st Team Shuffle (Sokaku) during 1st day of their solo live concert series. On August 19, 2013, it was announced that SKE48 to hold their first independent concert at Nagoya Dome. During the encore, SKE48 Theater manager Shiba Tomoya appeared on stage and announced via VTR that the group would be holding lives on October 26th at Kobe World Memorial Hall and on December 6th at Yokohama Arena. After a short pause, the screen projected 'SKE48 Independent Concert Nagoya Dome 2014.2.2 (Sun)'.

2014

On February 24, 2014 it was announced that Matsui Rena would hold a Kennin position with Nogizaka46 after teams were reorganized and kenkyuusei members were promoted to full members. Oba Mina (A Kennin member with SKE48 and AKB48) was fully transferred to SKE48 Team KII and other members from AKB48, NMB48, and HKT48 were permanently transferred or given Kennin positions within SKE48. Former Team K member, Miyazawa Sae, was transferred from SNH48 and appointed the new leader of Team S.

2015

On March 15, 2015, the members who passed the 7th Generation audition were revealed. On June 11, Matsui Rena announced her graduation. On August 12, SKE48 released the single, Maenomeri with Matsui Rena as the center. On August 29 and 30, Rena held her graduation concert on Toyota Stadium. Matsui Jurina cancelled her Kennin position in AKB48 on October 21. Miyazawa Sae announced her graduation on December 16.

2016

Miyazawa Sae held her graduation concert on March 4 in Nippon Gaishi Hall, she became the first member to graduate on her original team before on her concurrent team. SKE48 released Chicken LINE on March 30 with Matsui Jurina as the center. The single also contains Sae's graduation song with several former Team K members participating. Shibata Aya announced her graduation on June 24 and held her graduation ceremony on Zepp Nagoya on August 26.

2020

On February 7, Matsui Jurina announced her graduation, her supposed graduation concert on September 26-27 and her final theater on October 5 was postponed due to COVID-19.

2021

On February 03, SKE48 released Koi Ochi Flag with Matsui Jurina as the center. This also marks as her last single.

On April 10, Takayanagi Akane's graduation concert was held. On April 11, Matsui Jurina's graduation concert was held. Both concerts are held on Nippon Gaishi Hall with less than half of the venue's capacity to follow the protocols.

Members

Teams

10th Generation

Former Members

Sister Groups

Terms

Units

Single Units

  • Magical Band (マジカルバンド)
  • Aichi Toyota Senbatsu (愛知トヨタ選抜)
  • Dasu & Tsuma (だ〜す&つ〜ま)
  • GALAXY of DREAMS
  • Dragon Girls (九龍嬢)
  • Dasu, Tsuma & Nita (だ~す~、つ~ま~&に~た~)
  • Sentai Hero Unit (フォーカード)
  • Dreaming Girls (ドリーミング ガールズ)
  • Caramel Cats (キャラメルキャッツ)
  • Transit Girls (トランジットガールズ)
  • Furumarion (フルマリオン)
  • Death Stock Diamond (デッドストックダイヤモンド)
  • Miyazawa Sae and Friends (宮澤佐江と仲間たち)
  • Passion For You Senbatsu (Passion For You 選抜)
  • Ranking Girls 2016 (ランクインガールズ2016)
  • Next Position (ネクストポジション)
  • Shibata Aya and 4th Generation (柴田阿弥と4期生)
  • Naughty Angel and Gentle Devil (やんちゃな天使とやさしい悪魔)
  • Sagami Chain Senbatsu (サガミチェーン選抜)
  • Namae Yobaretai (名前呼ばれ隊)
  • Sakura Love Letter 32 (サクララブレター32)
  • Kosanger 7 (コサンガー7)
  • Coming Flavor (カミングフレーバー)
  • Jewel Box (ジュエルボックス)
  • Highway Girls (ハイウェイガールズ)
  • Prima Stella (プリマステラ)

Discography

  1. [2010.02.10] Team S 2nd Stage "Te wo Tsunaginagara" (チームS 2nd Stage「手をつなぎながら」)
  2. [2010.03.03] Team KII 2nd Stage "Te wo Tsunaginagara" (チームKII 2nd Stage「手をつなぎながら」)
  3. [2010.04.28] Team S 3rd Stage "Seifuku no Me" (チームS 3rd Stage「制服の芽」)
  4. [2012.03.14] Team KII 3rd Stage "Ramune no Nomikata" (チームKII 3rd Stage「ラムネの飲み方」)
  5. [2013.10.09] Team S 1st Stage "Party ga Hajimaru yo"|Team S 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (Team S 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」)
  6. [2013.10.09] Team KII 1st Stage "Aitakatta" (SKE48 stage album)|Team KII 1st Stage "Aitakatta" (Team KII 1st Stage「会いたかった」)
  7. [2013.10.09] Team E 1st Stage "Pajama Drive" (Team E 1st Stage 「パジャマドライブ」)
  8. [2013.10.09] Team E 2nd Stage "Saka Agari" (Team E 2nd Stage 「逆上がり」)

  • [2012.09.19] Kono Hi no Chime wo Wasurenai (この日のチャイムを忘れない)
  • [2017.2.22] Kakumei no Oka (革命の丘)

    1. [2009.08.05] Tsuyokimono yo (強き者よ)
    2. [2010.03.24] Aozora Kataomoi (青空片想い)
    3. [2010.07.07] Gomen ne, SUMMER (ごめんね、SUMMER)
    4. [2010.11.17] 1!2!3!4! YOROSHIKU! (1! 2! 3! 4! ヨロシク!)
    5. [2011.03.09] Banzai Venus (バンザイVenus)
    6. [2011.07.27] Pareo wa Emerald (パレオはエメラルド)
    7. [2011.11.09] Okey-Dokey (オキドキ)
    8. [2012.01.25] Kataomoi Finally (片想いFinally)
    9. [2012.05.16] Aishiteraburu! (アイシテラブル!)
    10. [2012.09.19] Kiss Datte Hidarikiki (キスだって左利き)
    11. [2013.01.30] Choco no Dorei (チョコの奴隷)
    12. [2013.07.17] Utsukushii Inazuma (美しい稲妻)
    13. [2013.11.20] Sansei Kawaii! (賛成カワイイ!)
    14. [2014.03.19] Mirai to wa? (未来とは?)
    15. [2014.07.30] Bukiyou Taiyou (不器用太陽)
    16. [2014.12.10] 12-gatsu no Kangaroo (12月のカンガルー)
    17. [2015.03.31] Coquettish Juutai Chuu (コケティッシュ渋滞中)
    18. [2015.08.12] Maenomeri (前のめり)
    19. [2016.03.30] Chicken LINE (チキンLINE)
    20. [2016.08.17] Kin no Ai, Gin no Ai (金の愛、銀の愛)
    21. [2017.07.19] Igai ni Mango (意外にマンゴー)
    22. [2018.01.10] Muishiki no Iro (無意識の色)
    23. [2018.07.04] Ikinari Punch Line (いきなりパンチライン)
    24. [2018.12.12] Stand by you
    25. [2019.07.24] FRUSTRATION
    26. [2020.01.15] So~Yu~Toko Aru Yo Ne? (ソーユートコあるよね?)
    27. [2021.02.03] Koi Ochi Flag (恋落ちフラグ)
    28. [2021.09.01] Ano Koro no Kimi wo Mitsuketa (あの頃の君を見つけた)

    1. [2011.12.14] Super Eurobeat Vol. 220

    Stages

    Team S

    • 1st Stage (PARTYが始まるよ / PARTY ga Hajimaru yo) [2008.10.05 ~ 2009.02.08]
    • 2nd Stage (手をつなぎなが / Te wo Tsunaginagara) [2009.02.14 ~ 2009.10.16]
    • 3rd Stage (制服の芽 / Seifuku no Me) [2009.10.25 ~ 2013.07.10]
    • 4th Stage (RESET / RESET) [2013.07.23 ~ 2014.04.21]
    • 5th Stage (重ねた足跡 / Kasaneta Ashiato) [2016.06.14 ~ Present]
    • 6th Stage () [2022.??.?? - Present]

    Team KII

    • 1st Stage (会いたかった / Aitakatta) [2009.06.13 ~ 2009.11.29]
    • 2nd Stage (手をつなぎなが / Te wo Tsunaginagara) [2009.12.06 ~ 2010.11.30]
    • 3rd Stage (ラムネの飲み方 / Ramune no Nomikata) [2011.10.01 ~ 2013.07.12 and 2014.04.30 ~ 2016.04.24]
    • 4th Stage (シアターの女神 / Theater no Megami) [2013.07.25 ~ 2014.04.18]
    • 5th Stage (0 Start / 0 Start) [2016.06.03 - Present]

    Team E

    • 1st Stage (パジャマドライブ / Pajama Drive) [2011.01.16 ~ 2012.03.28]
    • 2nd Stage (逆上が / Saka Agari) [2012.05.14 ~ 2013.07.11]
    • 3rd Stage (僕の太陽 / Boku no Taiyou) [2013.07.24 ~ 2014.04.22]
    • 4th Stage (手をつなぎながら / Te wo Tsunaginagara) [2014.05.02 ~ 2016.09.01]
    • 5th Stage (SKEフェスティバル/ SKE Festival) [2016.09.09 ~ Present]

    Kenkyuusei

    • PARTY ga Hajimaru yo (PARTYが始まるよ / PARTY ga Hajimaru yo) [2010.02.16 ~ 2012.08.12 and 2015.07.06 ~ 2017.04.08]
    • Aitakatta (会いたかった / Aitakatta) [2012.02.27 ~ 2013.12.23]
    • Seifuku no Me (制服の芽 / Seifuku no Me) [2014.01.05 ~ 2014.04.19]
    • Upcoming Stage (アップカミング公演 / Upcoming Stage) [2014.06.29 ~ 2015.04.28]
    • Seishun Girls (青春ガールズ / Seishun Girls) [2017.04.14 ~ Present]

    AKB48 Events

    SKE48 Events

    • [2010.07.31] SKE48 Request Hour Best 30 2010
    • [2011.11.26] SKE48 Request Hour Best 50 2011
    • [2012.10.11] SKE48 Request Hour Best 50 2012
    • [2013.10.10] SKE48 Request Hour Best 50 2013
    • [2014.11.01] SKE48 Request Hour Best 70 2014

  • [2012.10.05] SKE48 4th Anniversary Concert
  • [2013.10.03] SKE48 5th Anniversary Concert
  • [2014.10.05] SKE48 6th Anniversary Concert
  • [2020.10.03 - 2020.10.05] SKE48 12th Anniversary Fes 2020 ~ 12 performance one-off show ~
  • [2021.09.25 - 2021.10.26] SKE48 Nippon Gaishi 13th Anniversary Concert

  • Filmography

    • SKE48 学園 (SKE48 Gakuen)
    • 知って解決!SKEっとネット (Shitte Kaiketsu! SKEtto Net)
    • でらSKE~夜明け前の国盗り48番勝負 (Dera SKE ~ Yoake Mae no Kuni Tori 48-ban Shoubu)
    • アナアナ商会 (Anna Anna Shoukai)
    • [2011.xx.xx] Itte Koi 48 (イッテ恋48)

  • Mousou Deka! (2011)

  • DOCUMENTARY of SKE48 "Yume wo Otte Shissou suru Shoujotachi no Roku-Nenkan no Monogatari" (2015)
  • Stage DVDs=

    • [2009.06.15] Team S 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームS 1st「PARTYが始まるよ」)
    • [2009.12.23] Team S 2nd Stage "Te wo Tsunaginagara" (チームS 2nd Stage「手をつなぎながら」)
    • [2010.03.24] Team KII 1st Stage "Aitakatta" (チームKII 1st 「会いたかった」)
    • [2010.10.27] Team KII 2nd Stage "Te wo Tsunaginagara" (チームKII 2nd Stage「手をつなぎながら」)
    • [2012.04.28] SKE48 Manatsu no Jouhou Shuusei (SKE48 真夏の上方修正)
    • [2012.06.23] SKE48 Team E 1st "Pajama Drive" (SKE48 Team E 1st「パジャマドライブ」)
    • [2012.10.31] Team S 3rd Stage "Seifuku no Me" (SKE48 Team S 3rd 「制服の芽」)
    • [2012.11.17] Team KII 3rd Stage "Ramune no Nomikata" (SKE48 Team KII 3rd「ラムネの飲み方」)
    • [2013.06.22] SKE48 Team E 2nd "Saka Agari" (SKE48 Team E 2nd「逆上がり」)

  • [2009.12.23] Hajimete no Kagai Jugyou ~ Nagoya Bottom Line (2009.05.24 初めての課外授業〜2009.5.24 名古屋ボトムライン)
  • [2010.01.27] Tenka Wo Toruze! ~2009.7.30@Nagoya Diamond Hall~ (天下をとるぜ 〜2009.7.30@名古屋ダイヤモンドホール〜)
  • [2010.04.28] Nagoya Ikki ~2009.12.25@Zepp Nagoya~ (名古屋一揆 ~2009.12.25@zepp Nagoya~)
  • [2010.06.23] SKE48 Densetsu.Hajimaru ~2010.4.29@Zepp Nagoya~ (SKE48伝説、始まる ~2010.04.29@Zepp Nagoya~)
  • [2010.09.22] SKE48 Request Hour Set List Best 30 2010 ~Kamikyoku wa Doreda?~ (SKE48 リクエストアワー セットリストベスト30 2010 〜神曲はどれだ?〜)
  • [2010.12.22] SKE48's First Tour - Ase no Ryou wa Hanpa Janai! (SKE48 汗の量はハンパじゃない)
  • [2011.07.08] SKE48 ni, Ima, Dekiru Koto ~2011.05.02 @ AKASAKA BLITZ~ (SKE48に、今、できること)
  • [2012.04.28] SKE48 Manatsu no Jouhou Shuusei (SKE48 真夏の上方修正)
  • [2012.06.23] SKE48 Request Hour Set List Best 50 2011 ~Fan Sore Zore no Kamikyoku Tachi~ (SKE48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト50 2011 ~ファンそれぞれの神曲たち~)
  • [2012.10.13] SKE Senyou Gekijou wa Aki Made ni Dekiru no Ka? (SKE専用劇場は秋までにできるのか?)
  • [2013.03.09] SKE48 Request Hour Set List Best 50 2012 ~Kamikyoku Kamo Shirenai~ (SKE48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト50 2012 ~神曲かもしれない~)
  • [2013.07.27] Kawaranai Koto. Zutto Nakama na Koto (変わらないこと。ずっと仲間なこと)
  • [2013.09.25] AKB48 Group Rinji Sokai ~Shirokuro Tsukeyojyanaika!~ (SKE48 Tandoku Koen) (AKB48グループ臨時総会 ~白黒つけようじゃないか!~ (SKE48単独公演)
  • [2013.10.26] SKE48 National Tour: SKE to kekkai shukai. "Hako de ose! (SKE党決起集会。「箱で推せ!」)
  • [2014.04.04] SKE48 in Saitama Super Arena

  • Publications

    • [2009.10.07] SKE48 Complete Book 〜2008→2009〜
    • [2009.??.??] SKE48 Team S 3rd Stage "Seifuku no Me" Official Performance Guidebook (SKE48 チームS 3rd「制服の芽」公演公式ガイドブック)
    • [2010.09.17] SKE48学院修学旅行 (1週間MOOK)
    • [2010.10.01] 神曲の時間 SKE48リクエストアワーセットリストベスト30 2010 ~神曲はどれだ~ LIVE PHOTO BOOK
    • [2010.12.10] SKE48 COMPLETE BOOK 2010-2011

  • [2010.03.xx] Yan Yan Vol.11 (Feature)
  • [2010.11.xx] Yan Yan Vol.17 (Feature)
  • [2010.12.xx] Artist File BIG ONE GIRLS No.4 (Feature)
  • [2011.09.xx] girls! Vol.33 (Feature)

  • Number of current members

    (as of April 22, 2021)

    Team Members Notes
    S 19 Nojima Kano announced graduation
    KII 17 Takeuchi Saki announced graduation
    E 19 Hirata Shiina and Nishi Marina graduated
    KKS 9 Ohashi Mako, Kiuchi Rikako & Kato Yui

    graduated in 2020

    Total 64 -


    External Links

    SKE48
    Members
    Team S Aoumi Hinano | Akahori Kimie | Arano Himeka | Ishiguro Yuzuki | Inoue Ruka | Otani Yuki | Kamimura Ayuka (Leader) | Kitagawa Yoshino | Sakamoto Marin | Sugiyama Aika | Takeuchi Nanami | Tsuzuki Rika | Nakasaka Miyu | Nakamura Izumi | Nomura Miyo | Hirano Momona | Matsumoto Chikako (Co-Leader)
    Team KII Aoki Shiori | Arai Yuki | Iriuchijima Sayaka | Ego Yuna | Ota Ayaka | Oba Mina (Leader) | Okamoto Ayaka | Kawashima Miharu | Kitano Ruka (Co-Leader) | Suzuki Ena | Nakano Airi | Hidaka Yuzuki | Fujimoto Fuyuka | Furuhata Nao | Mizuno Airi
    Team E Aikawa Honoka | Asai Yuka | Ikeda Kaede | Ida Reona | Kamata Natsuki | Kumazaki Haruka | Kurashima Ami | Saito Makiko (SKE48 Captain) | Sato Kaho | Suenaga Oka | Sugawara Maya | Suzuki Kokona | Suda Akari (Leader) | Takahata Yuki | Tanabe Mizuki | Tani Marika | Fukai Negai | Fukushi Nao (Co-Leader)
    Kenkyuusei Aoki Rika | Igarashi Hayaka | Ishizuka Mizuki | Ito Miki | Kito Mikuru | Sawada Kanon | Sugiyama Anan | Nishii Mio | Hayashi Mirei
    Former Members
    Team S Suzuki Kirara | Takai Tsukina | Yamashita Moe | Matsushita Yui | Ono Haruka | Hirata Rikako | Yagami Kumi | Kuwabara Mizuki | Takada Shiori | Hiramatsu Kanako | Niidoi Sayaka | Sato Seira | Mukaida Manatsu | Deguchi Aki | Sato Mieko | Nakanishi Yuka | Miyazawa Sae | Miyamae Ami | Yakata Miki | Noguchi Yume | Azuma Rion | Takeuchi Mai | Futamura Haruka | Oya Masana | Goto Risako | Inuzuka Asana | Machi Otoha | Isshiki Rena | Yamada Juna | Okada Miku | Kitagawa Ryoha | Matsui Jurina | Nojima Kano | Yamauchi Suzuran
    Team KII Ichihara Yuri | Wakabayashi Tomoka | Hata Sawako | Ogiso Shiori | Akaeda Ririna | Fujimoto Mitsuki | Matsumoto Rina | Kato Tomoko | Kinoshita Yukiko | Mizuno Honoka | Yamada Mizuho | Furukawa Airi | Abiru Riho | Goudo Saki | Yamashita Yukari | Ishida Anna | Takatsuka Natsuki | Yahagi Yukina | Obata Yuna | Matsumura Kaori | Takagi Yumana | Uchiyama Mikoto | Oshiba Rinka | Shirai Yukino | Kataoka Narumi | Shirai Kotono | Takayanagi Akane | Takeuchi Saki | Souda Sarina
    Team E Nakamura Yuka | Mano Haruka | Yamada Erika | Hara Minami | Ueno Kasumi | Suga Nanako | Kito Momona | Iguchi Shiori | Kaneko Shiori | Owaki Arisa | Yamada Reika | Iwanaga Tsugumi | Kobayashi Ami | Matsui Rena | Isohara Kyoka | Koishi Kumiko | Umemoto Madoka | Kato Rumi | Shibata Aya | Sakai Mei | Kimoto Kanon | Sato Sumire | Takatera Sana | Ichino Narumi | Shirayuki Kohaku | Goto Rara | Nonogaki Miki | Nishi Marina | Hirata Shiina | Ishikawa Kanon
    Kenkyuusei Inagaki Honami | Ozeki Kiharu | Shibaki Aiko | Oshima Fuuka | Hayashi Seika | Maekawa Aika | Hashimoto Ayumi | Yanase Aiko | Shinkai Rina | Handa Ayane | Mori Sayuki | Nonoyama Marin | Imade Mai | Miyawaki Riko | Kobayashi Emiri | Hioki Miki | Ito Akane | Kitahara Yuna | Yano Azuki | Orito Aisa | Yamamoto Yuka | Sora Miyuka | Goto Mayuko | Sasaki Yuka | Ogino Risa | Tsuji Nozomi | Murai Junna | Kawasaki Narumi | Kobayashi Kano | Kawai Anna | Ishikawa Saki | Kozuma Honoka | Atsumi Ayaha | Wada Aina | Morihira Riko | Adachi Reina | Oba Sayaka | Sugiyama Natalie | Seya Moka | Ohashi Mako | Kiuchi Rikako | Kato Yui
    Discography
    Singles 1. Tsuyokimono yo | 2. Aozora Kataomoi | 3. Gomen ne, SUMMER | 4. 1!2!3!4! YOROSHIKU! | 5. Banzai Venus | 6. Pareo wa Emerald | 7. Okey-Dokey | 8. Kataomoi Finally | 9. Aishiteraburu! | 10. Kiss Datte Hidarikiki | 11. Choco no Dorei | 12. Utsukushii Inazuma | 13. Sansei Kawaii! | 14. Mirai to wa? | 15. Bukiyou Taiyou | 16. 12-gatsu no Kangaroo | 17. Coquettish Juutai Chuu | 18. Maenomeri | 19. Chicken LINE | 20. Kin no Ai, Gin no Ai | 21. Igai ni Mango | 22. Muishiki no Iro | 23. Ikinari Punch Line | 24. Stand by you | 25. FRUSTRATION | 26. So~Yu~Toko Aru Yo Ne? | 27. Koi Ochi Flag | 28. Ano Koro no Kimi wo Mitsuketa
    Albums 1. Kono Hi no Chime wo Wasurenai | Kakumei no Oka
    Other Songs Oogoe Diamond |Tsuyogari Dokei | Escape | Sekai ga Naiteru Nara | Gonna Jump | Vacancy | Ai no Moake
    Units & Other Groups
    Soloists Matsumura Kaori | Matsushita Yui (Former Member)
    One-Shot Units NO NAME | Sukeban Girls | ICE from AKB48 | AKBIdoling!!! | Team Z | Team Surprise | Team BS
    Sister Groups AKB48 | SDN48 (Disbanded) | NMB48 | HKT48 | NGT48 | STU48 | JKT48 | BNK48 | MNL48 | TPE48 | SNH48
    Events
    Sousenkyo 1st Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 13th Single "Kamisama ni Chikatte Gachi Desu"
    2nd Senbatsu Sousenkyo - 17th Single "Kaasan ni Chikatte, Gachi Desu"
    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

    1st Senbatsu Janken Taikai - 19th Single
    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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