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General Information

Origin

Japan

Genre(s)

Japanese pop, rock

Years active

2007–present

Labels

Pony Canyon (2007-2010)
zetima (2010-present)

Associated acts

Hello! Project Kids, Berryz Koubou, ℃-ute, Bello!, Shugo Chara Egg!, Guardians 4

Website

Buono! official blog

Members

Tsugunaga Momoko
Natsuyaki Miyabi
Suzuki Airi

Buono! (ボーノ) is a Hello! Project unit consisting of three Hello! Project Kids members, Tsugunaga Momoko and Natsuyaki Miyabi from Berryz Koubou, and Suzuki Airi from ℃-ute. The group was formed to create opening and ending themes for the anime Shugo Chara!. After the anime ended, they moved to the zetima label to continue making music. The name translates to tasty, more specifically when used to imply food possesses a pleasant palate (from Italian, good!).

Buono!'s highest selling single is Honto no Jibun with 42,035 copies sold. Buono!'s lowest selling single is Natsu Dakara! with 12,554 sold.

MembersEdit

HistoryEdit

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2007Edit

Buono! was officially announced at the Nakayoshi magazine Festival 2007 on July 21, 2007, at Tokyo's Sunshine City in Ikebukuro.[1] The unit was formed to sing both the opening and ending themes for the anime adaptation of Shugo Chara!. Buono! continued to record the ending and opening themes for the first season of the anime. As of the second season, Buono! only recorded the ending themes, as the opening themes were handled by Shugo Chara Egg! and Guardians 4, two other groups formed for the sake of performing Shugo Chara! music.

Their debut single, "Honto no Jibun", was released on October 31, 2007. Ranking at #5 on the Oricon singles chart and selling over 42,000 copies total, the single was the best-selling Hello! Project Kids single until 2012.

2008Edit

On February 20, they released their debut album, Café Buono!. The album, ranking at #11 on the Oricon albums chart, became the highest selling album by a Hello! Project Kids act at that time.

On August 22, to celebrate the anniversary of their formation, they performed their first solo live, Rock'n Buono!, as a fanclub special.

Later in 2008, Buono! became the advertisement unit of pizza company, Pizza-La. They are featured on TV commercials and posters which were found in various shops in Japan.[2]

2009Edit

Buono! released their second album, Buono!2, on February 11. It peaked at #7 on the Oricon charts, becoming their first album to rank within the top 10.

On December 19, they began their first solo concert tour, titled Winter Festa, which ran for seven shows across three different prefectures.

2010Edit

Buono! released their third album, We are Buono!, on February 10, 2010. On March 27, the anime Shugo Chara! ended and Buono! had no new releases.

Suzuki Airi announced on her blog that they became the advertisement unit for Pink Dot Waffles, which is located in the mall inside Tokyo Tower.[3]

On August 10, they released a compilation album called The Best Buono!. This would be their last released under the Pony Canyon label, as in December 2010 it was announced that Buono! would be moving to the zetima label.

2011Edit

January 1, 2011, Buono!’s official YouTube channel opened.

On July 9, 2011, it was announced that Buono! would be starring in a movie titled Gomennasai. The movie was released in the fall.

On August 10, they released their first mini album, partenza.

On August 28, it was announced that Buono! Live Tour 2011 summer ~Rock'n Buono!~ 4 would be streamed live on 28/8 at 14:00 (JST) on their YouTube channel.

On November 12, 2011 it was announced that Buono! would perform their first overseas live concert in Paris, France, at La Machine du Moulin Rouge on February 12, 2012.[4]

2012Edit

On May 30, 2012, Buono! performed alongside several idol groups in an event produced by AKB48's Sashihara Rino titled Dai Ikkai Yubi Matsuri ~Idol Rinji Soukai~ at the Nippon Budokan venue. Other groups that were also invited are Idoling!!!, Sashihara Rino, Shiritsu Ebisu Chuugaku, SUPER☆GiRLS,, Tokyo Joshiryu, Passpo☆, Momoiro Clover Z, and Watarirouka Hashiritai 7.

On August 22, they released their second mini album, SHERBET.

2013Edit

On June 25, Gomennasai was released in the United States as Ring of Curse. [5]

On August 28, Buono! performed at an event titled "SATOUMI × OTODAMA 2013 ~Guest ni Berikyuu! Umi ni Shuugou!~" (SATOUMI × OTODAMA 2013 ~ゲストにベリキュー!海に集合!~).[6]

2014Edit

On January 1, Buono! participated in the Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2013 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~ concert.

On April 23, Buono! was removed from the artist section on the Hello! Project website when the its design was updated. While the group is no longer considered a main act of Hello! Project, they still are considered a main act of UP-FRONT PROMOTION. The group also still continues having their radio show, Torattoria Buono!.

On July 3, Buono! performed during a BeriKyuu concert at Japan Expo in Paris, France.[7]

Performances Outside JapanEdit

On March 7, 2009, Hello! Project announced that Buono! was to perform at the Japan Expo in Stockholm, Sweden on May 24, 2009,[8] but the convention was cancelled a month earlier on April 21, 2009, due to "the financial change in world economy, severe competition from other festivals/concerts as well as poor ticket sale."[9]

On February 12, 2012, Buono! performed at La Machine du Moulin Rouge in Paris, France.[4]

On July 9, 2014, they performed again in Paris during a BeriKyuu concert at Japan Expo.[7]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Mini AlbumsEdit

Best AlbumsEdit

Collaboration AlbumsEdit

SinglesEdit

  1. [2007.10.31] Honto no Jibun (ホントのじぶん)
  2. [2008.02.06] Ren'ai♥Rider (恋愛♥ライダー)
  3. [2008.05.14] Kiss! Kiss! Kiss!
  4. [2008.08.20] Gachinko de Ikou! (ガチンコでいこう!)
  5. [2008.11.12] Rottara Rottara (ロッタラ ロッタラ)
  6. [2009.01.21] co・no・mi・chi
  7. [2009.04.29] MY BOY
  8. [2009.08.26] Take It Easy!
  9. [2009.12.16] Bravo☆Bravo
  10. [2010.02.03] Our Songs
  11. [2011.02.02] Zassou no Uta (雑草のうた)
  12. [2011.07.20] Natsu Dakara! (夏ダカラ!)
  13. [2012.01.18] Hatsukoi Cider / DEEP MIND (初恋サイダー/DEEP MIND)

CompilationsEdit

WorksEdit

TVEdit

  • [2009.12.14] NHK「MUSIC JAPAN」

FilmEdit

CommercialsEdit

  • [2008–] Pizza-La
  • [2010] Pink Dot Waffles
  • [2010] VIVA! Paella

InfomercialsEdit

  • [2011] Aron Alpha
  • [2011] Piranha 3D

RadioEdit

  • [2011] Viva!Paella Presents - MUSIC Buono! (Shonan Beach FM)
  • [2011–2013] PIZZA-LA presents - Cafe Buono! (Shonan Beach FM)
  • [2013–] PIZZA-LA presents - Torattoria Buono! (Shonan Beach FM)

MagazinesEdit

  • [2010.01.23] March issue of "Television" (月刊ザテレビジョン3月号)
  • [2010.01.14] CD The Ta (CDでーた)
  • [2009.12.14] CD The Ta CDでーた
  • [2009.12.09] Bomb
  • [2009.12.01] HYPER HOBBY
  • [2009.09.10] Yang Yang (ヤンヤン)
  • [2009.09.09] Bomb
  • [2009.08.23] Kindai
  • [2009.08.12] CD The Ta (CDでーた)
  • [2009.04.28] TV station
  • [2009.04.23] Kindai
  • [2009.04.14] CD The Ta (CDでーた)
  • [2009.09.xx] Yan Yan Vol.8
  • [2011.06.xx] UP to boy Vol.204 August 2011 Issue
  • [2011.08.26] memew vol.52
  • [2012.04.23] JAPAN pop
  • [2012.10.xx] Top Yell magazine October issue

ConcertsEdit

DVDsEdit

ClipsEdit

Fan~club EventsEdit

DVD MAGAZINEEdit

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  • [2008.12.20] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.1 (FC Limited)
  • [2009.12.19] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.2 (FC Limited)
  • [2010.02.11] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.3 (FC Limited)
  • [2010.08.12] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.4 Momoko Angle (FC Limited)
  • [2010.08.12] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.5 Miyabi Angle (FC Limited)
  • [2010.08.12] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.6 Airi Angle (FC Limited)
  • [2011.02.11] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.7 (FC Limited)
  • [2011.02.19] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.8 (FC Limited)
  • [2011.08.20] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.9 (FC Limited)
  • [2011.08.20] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.10 (FC Limited)
  • [2012.01.28] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.11 (FC Limited)
  • [2012.01.28] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.12 (FC Limited)
  • [2012.08.25] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.13 (FC Limited)
  • [2012.08.25] Buono! DVD MAGAZINE VOL.14 (FC Limited)

Buono! DaysEdit

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  • [2008.08.22] Buono! Days ~Buono! Leader Ketteisen!~ (Buono! days ~Buono!リーダー決定戦!~) (FC Only)
  • [2009.08.21] Buono Days 2 ~Buono! vs Bello! Special Drama~ (Buono! Days2 2009 夏 スペシャルドラマ風 Buono!危機一髪) (FC Only)

PublicationsEdit

PhotobooksEdit

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  • [2012.05.25] Buono! In Paris “C’est bon”

In ConcertEdit

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  • [2010.02.20] LIVE TOUR PHOTO DOCUMENT "Buono! First Live Tour 2009 ~ Winter Festa! ~"
  • [2011.05.09] Buono! Live 2011 winter ~Re; Buono!~ LIVE PHOTO DOCUMENT

TriviaEdit

  • This is the only group in Hello! Project that uses a live band for most of their concerts.
  • This is the only group made for the anime Shugo Chara! that didn't disband when the anime ended.
  • Every few singles, the group rotates the center girl.
  • Originally when they were formed there was no leader. However, after gaining popularity, they decided that a leader was needed and appointed Tsugunaga Momoko as leader. Finding a leader was the subject of their 1st DVD magazine.
  • Their debut single Honto no Jibun was the best-selling Hello! Project Kids single until ℃-ute's Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku surpassed it by about 3,000 copies in 2012.
  • The members made a song and dance called "Buono!Man no Uta", which they have done on shows and at concerts.
  • They have released more singles than any other Hello! Project special unit, beating Minimoni by one single.
  • All the members were raised in Chiba Prefecture.

Total Sales CountEdit

Year Year Sales Total Sales
2007 48,125 48,125
2008 176,252 224,377
2009 130,298 354,675
2010 60,287 414,962
2011 44,894 459,856
2012 34,285 494,141

ReferencesEdit

External LinksEdit


Buono!
Members
Tsugunaga Momoko (L), Natsuyaki Miyabi (SL), Suzuki Airi
Singles
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13
Albums
Original: Café Buono!, Buono!2, We are Buono!
Mini: partenza, SHERBET
Best: The Best Buono!
Other
Concerts
Related Units
Hello! Project Kids, Berryz Koubou, ℃-ute, Bello!

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