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General Information

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1998

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Hello! Project (ハロー!プロジェクト) is the umbrella name for all female idol Japanese pop recording artists that are under contract with the UP-FRONT GROUP Co., Ltd. , and managed by UP-FRONT PROMOTION. Most Hello! Project artists' recordings are published by Up-Front Works on the zetima, PICCOLO TOWN or hachama record labels. Iida Kaori's Mediterranean styled works are released under the Chichukai label and Maeda Yuki's under the Rice Music label. Country Musume's older work was released on the Potato Label, Coconuts Musume's older works were originally released on the Sony record label, Sheki-Dol's first singles were released on SPREE RECORDS and Heike Michiyo's older works on Warner Music Japan, but they eventually all moved to zetima. The "mothership" group of Hello! Project is the supergroup Morning Musume. The main producer and songwriter is Tsunku, the lead singer of Sharan Q. The current leader of Hello! Project is Morning Musume's Leader, Michishige Sayumi.

HistoryEdit

1997-2002Edit

In 1997, rock group Sharam Q, fronted by Tsunku, began auditions for a female vocalist. These auditions aired via reality show ASAYAN, and resulted in Heike Michiyo being crowned winner. Tsunku, however, decided to give five of the runner-ups (Nakazawa Yuko, Abe Natsumi, Iida Kaori, Fukuda Asuka and Ishiguro Aya) a chance to become a group in their own right. The girls were set the task of selling 50,000 copies of "Ai no Tane", their demo single, in just five days. The girls sold the required number of copies in four days, and subsequently became an official group.

Morning Musume's debut single, "Morning Coffee", was released on January 28, 1998 on the One Up Music label and charted at #6 on the Oricon weekly chart. The group's first official appearance was a joint live in August 1998, at Shibuya Public Hall (now Shibuya C.C. Lemon Hall), under the name "Heike Michiyo and Morning Musume" (平家みちよとモーニング娘。), the fanclub of the two acts was called "Hello!". The first official "units" were Tanpopo and Petitmoni, created in October

In 1998, the first "Michiyo Heike & Morning Musume Imotōbun Audition" took place, resulting in the addition of the "second generation" of Morning Musume, made up of Ichii Sayaka, Yaguchi Mari and Yasuda Kei.

In January 1999, auditions for Country Musume were held on "Idol o Sagase!" (アイドルをさがせ!, Search For an Idol!). In April of that year the girls' official fanclub was renamed "Hello! Project". Auditions were once again held on ASAYAN between April and July, resulting in Taiyou to Ciscomoon and Coconuts Musume, with Country Musume's official formation announced. In July, the first live concert as Hello! Project, "Hello! Project '99 at Yokohama Arena", was held.

The first shuffle units were formed in March 2000, releasing the "theme" of Hello! Project as a B-side. The first Hello! Project television show, "Hello! Morning", was created in April and aired from 2001 to 2005.

In March 2001, Morning Musume co-founder and leader Nakazawa Yuko announced her graduation from the group. The actual graduation took place in April, and Nakazawa was subsequently named as leader of the entirety of Hello! Project. Nakazawa's graduation garnered considerable media attention, the first time the group had truly caught the attention of the mainstream press.

Between April and June 2002, the first and only, Hello! Project Kids auditions were held. These auditions resulted in the future members of Berryz Koubou and ℃-ute, also spawning off-shoot auditions such as auditions for Hello Pro Kenshuusei and Hello! Pro Kansai. On July 31, a major reform of all of the groups within Hello! Project began, which was referred to as "Haromageddon" (ハローマゲドン) (a pun on Hello (ハロー, Harō) and Armageddon (ハルマゲドン, "Harumagedon")) and "the 7/31 incident" by fans.

2006-presentEdit

Beginning in 2006, with the graduation of more and more Hello! Project members, an increasing number of fans began to lose interest in the groups and abandoned them, cancelling their fanclub memberships and refusing to buy merchandise. This wave came to be known as the "Second coming of Haromageddon". In February of that year, former Morning Musume member and sub-leader of duo W, Kago Ai was caught smoking in public while underage and dating a much older man. Kago was suspended from her activities and eventually began an attempt to return to recording.

On March 26, 2007, Kago was again caught smoking. Her contract was instantly terminated and she underwent no graduation ceremony, as had become standard for leaving members, due to having disgraced herself. In June, it was announced that Konno Asami, who had graduated from Hello! Project a year prior to study at university, would be returning. Konno became the first person to have graduated from Hello! Project to return. In October, Tsunku established a new unit, the NICE GIRL Project!, as well as THE Possible, a group made up of Hello Pro Egg members. Soon after, former Morning Musume member Goto Maki, who had been inactive for some time, graduated from Hello! Project as a soloist. She later transferred to Avex.

In 2007, Hello! Project started the Taiwanese "Morning Family New Star Audition"; an audition aimed at recruiting new Taiwanese members to join Hello! Project.

In April 2008, the debut of Hello! Pro Kansai group SI☆NA was announced. The group never officially debuted and never recorded a song, though they occasionally appear on television shows and radio. In September it was announced that, as a result of the Taiwanese auditions, the group Ice Creamusume (アイスクリー娘。) would be formed, consisting of six members. Duo Frances & Aiko, both still only children, were announced from the same audition.

On October 19, 2008, Hello! Project announced that its entire Elder Club would be graduating on March 31, 2009. 2008 also marked the first time in a decade that Morning Musume had not performed at the annual Kōhaku Uta Gassen event, after ten consecutive appearances. The only Hello! Project member to appear on that year's show was Satoda Mai, marking the first appearance of a member of Country Musume.

In February 2009, it was announced that Hello! Project would begin a series of auditions in South Korea, the sole winner was Jang Da Yeon. On February 1, 2009, at the Yokohama Arena, Hello! Project held its largest concert ever—Hello! Project 2009 Winter Kettei! Hello☆Pro Award '09 ~Elder Club Sotsugyou Kinen Special~—featuring 21 groups and 72 members. Former Morning Musume member Tsuji Nozomi performed in her first official event in a year and nine months, after marrying actor Sugiura Taiyo in June 2007 and giving birth to her daughter, Noa, that November. During the concert, then-Hello! Project leader Nakazawa Yuko passed her leadership position to Morning Musume leader Takahashi Ai. This mass-graduation caused another large surge of fan backlash, resulting in even more fanclub cancellations and merchandise boycotts, and is considered the "third coming of Haromageddon".

Later in 2009, several of the old, dormant units were revived. Tanpopo, Minimoni, Petitmoni, ZYX, Aa! and v-u-den all returned with new line-ups, and High-King returned from hiatus with its original members. These groups became a new concert unit, "Champuru". 

At the end of October 2010, Suzuki Airi from ℃-ute appeared on the cover of the December issue of UP to boy magazine together with Mayu Watanabe from AKB48. That was the first gravure collaboration between Hello! Project and AKB48.

On September 30, 2011, Takahashi Ai graduated and handed her position as leader of Morning Musume and Hello! Project over to Niigaki Risa

In January 2012, Morning Musume and Hello! Project leader Niigaki Risa announced her graduation at the end of Morning Musume's 2012 Spring tour. After her graduation, Michishige Sayumi took over as leader of Morning Musume and Hello! Project. That same month, Hello Pro Egg also changed it's name to Hello Pro Kenshuusei.

On the July 26, 2013, Hello! Project changed its logo. The new logo has a blue background with "Hello! Project" written in middle in white, under it the text "since 1998" can be seen.

As of September 2013, Hello! Project consists of the current members of Morning Musume, Berryz Koubou℃-ute, S/mileage, Juice=Juice, Mitsui Aika, and Hello Pro Kenshuusei.

Members Edit

Leader of Hello! Project
Michishige Sayumi (May 19, 2012 - Present)

Current Lineup Edit

  • (L) = Leader
  • (SL) = Sub-Leader
  • (C) = Captain
  • (SC) = Sub-Captain

Current UnitsEdit

Trainees Edit

Former Artists and Groups Edit

Graduated members left Hello! Project with a graduation ceremony; and other departing members either left, withdrew, quit, or were fired. There is also the possibility of leaving a subgroup and remaining in Hello! Project as a soloist.

Concert Units Edit

Former Artists Edit

Disbanded GroupsEdit

One-Shot and Special Units Edit

Shuffle UnitsEdit

LeadershipsEdit

Hello! Project LeadersEdit

# Name Period of time
1st Nakazawa Yuko April 15, 2001 - March 31, 2009
2nd Takahashi Ai April 1, 2009 - September 30, 2011
3rd Niigaki Risa [1] October 1, 2011 - May 18, 2012
4th Michishige Sayumi [2] May 19, 2012 - Present
  1. It is assumed that Niigaki took leadership after Takahashi's graduation
  2. It was announced that Shimizu Saki would be leader, but it was later confirmed that it was Michishige instead.

Main Group LeadersEdit

# Name Period of time
1st Morning Musume - Michishige Sayumi May 19, 2012 - Present
2nd Berryz Koubou - Shimizu Saki January 14, 2004 - Present
3rd ℃-ute - Yajima Maimi December, 2006 - Present
4th S/mileage - Wada Ayaka April 4, 2009 - Present
5th Juice=Juice - Miyazaki Yuka June 13, 2013 - Present

Group LeadershipEdit

# Name Period of time
1st Morning Musume - Nakazawa Yuko Formation – April 15, 2001
2nd Morning Musume - Iida Kaori April 16, 2001 - January 30, 2005
3rd Berryz Koubou - Shimizu Saki January 14, 2004 - Present
4th Morning Musume - Yaguchi Mari January 31, 2005 - April 14, 2005
5th Morning Musume - Yoshizawa Hitomi April 15, 2005 – May 6, 2007
6th ℃-ute - Yajima Maimi December, 2006 - Present
7th Morning Musume - Fujimoto Miki May 7, 2007 – June 1, 2007
8th Morning Musume - Takahashi Ai June 2, 2007 – September 30, 2011
9th S/mileage - Wada Ayaka April 4, 2009 - Present
10th Morning Musume - Niigaki Risa October 1, 2011 – May 18, 2012
11th Morning Musume - Michishige Sayumi May 19, 2012 - Present
12th Juice=Juice - Miyazaki Yuka June 13, 2013 - Present

ActsEdit

AlbumsEdit

Other AlbumsEdit

Petit Best Compilation SeriesEdit

Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita!Edit

Sports festivalsEdit

  • [2001.03.31] Hello! Project Daiundōkai (Saitama Super Arena)
  • [2002.11.03] Hello! Project Daiundōkai (Osaka Dome)
  • [2003.11.16] Hello! Project Sports Festival 2003 (Osaka Dome)
  • [2003.11.22] Hello! Project Sports Festival 2003 (Tokyo Dome)
  • [2004.11.14] Hello! Project Sports Festival 2004 (Toyota Stadium)
  • [2004.12.05] Hello! Project Sports Festival 2004 (Saitama Super Arena)
  • [2006.03.19] Hello! Project Sports Festival 2006 ~Hello!Diva Athlete~ (Saitama Super Arena)

Radio ShowsEdit

Many of the groups/girls in Hello! Project host radio shows or have in the past. They include guest speakers, upcoming release previews, the girls' selected choices of music and often funny radio skits or segments.

Current ShowsEdit

Title Host Dates
All Night Nippon various guest appearances 1998-09-10 to present day
℃-ute Yajima Maimi no I My Me ♡ Maimi~ Yajima Maimi 2006-07-04 to present day
Guts10☆Gatas Ongaku Gatas 2007-10-01 to present day
Konya mo Usa-chan Peace Michishige Sayumi 2006-10-05 to present day
pop up inc. various guest appearances 2003-04-?? to present day
Maeda Yuki no Music & Diary Maeda Yuki 2007-07-?? to present day
MANO-DELI Mano Erina 2009-05-04 to present day
Recomen various semi-regular guest appearances 2003 to present day
Shindoru Parlor various hosts 2000 to present day
Tokyo → Niigata Music Convoy Melon Kinenbi 2005-10-03 to present day
Yaruki Manman! various semi-regular guest appearances 2003 to present day
Young Town Douyoubi various guest appearances 1997-11-02 to present day

Past ShowsEdit

Title Host Dates
All Night Nippon Matsuura Aya 2005-03-30 to 2006-12-27
Ai say Hello Mitsui Aika 2007-04-05 to 2008-09-18
Anata ga Iru Kara Yaguchi Mari Yaguchi Mari 2003-04-06 to 2005-03-27
B.B.L v-u-den 2005-04-03 to 2006-09-30
Blend Kiss Ayaka, Satoda Mai 2004-06-06 to 2005-06-26
Berryz Koubou Kiritsu! Rei! Chakuseki! Berryz Koubou 2004-03-30 to 2009-03-31
Chanchaka Charmy Ishikawa Rika 2004-04-01 to 2006-09-21
Chichuukai Sound Stroll Iida Kaori with Aida Shoko 2005-04-02 to 2007-09-01
Coconut Kiss! Kimura Ayaka 2006-01-04 to 2006-07-26
Colorful Pleasure Melon Kinenbi 2003-??-?? to 2005-03-26
Cutie Party ℃-ute 2006-10-07 to 2008-09-27
Cutie☆Paradise ℃-ute 2008-10-29 to 2009-04-02
Dokimiki Night Fujimoto Miki 2002-10-13 to 2007-09-24
Ea-Moni Abe Natsumi 2001 to 2003
Fujimoto Miki Heart Days Radio Fujimoto Miki 2002-10-10 to 2003-03-27
FUN Field Mouretsu Mou-dash Murata Megumi with rotating guests 2005-04-01 to 2008-03-28
Girls Kiss SI☆NA 2008-02-16 to 2009-06-27
GAKI*KAME Niigaki Risa and Kamei Eri 2007-04-07 to 2008-09-27
HelloPro Yanen! with rotating hosts 2004-02-06 to 2008-09-22
Ikinari Inaba, Yoroshiku Yossi Yoshizawa Hitomi & Inaba Atsuko 2002-10-12 to 2004-03-27
Kibun wa Melon Melon Shibata Ayumi 2002-01-03 to 2004-03-25
Kimama ni Classic Nakazawa Yuko 2004-04-02 to 2006-03-31
Kiss the Coconuts! Coconuts Musume 2001-??-?? to 2004-05-30
Konya mo Koushinchu Iida Kaori 2001-04-?? to 2003-03-??
Konya mo Mankai Tanpopo 2000-03-30 to 2001-04-12
Maeda Yuki no Yume Ongakukan Maeda Yuki 2008-05-06 to 2008-06-30
Majiasa! Nakazawa Yuko with Matsukaze Masaya 2005-10-02 to 2008-03-30
Matsuura Aya Let's do it!! Matsuura Aya 2001-03-27 to 2005-03-27
Melonpa Melon Kinenbi 2002-04-04 to 2004-03-23
Muratajio Murata Megumi with rotating guests 2008-04-05 to 2008-06-28
Nanmara Saiko~Dabe. Country Musume 2002-??-?? to 2004-03-25
Oh-So-Ro! Tanpopo 2000-10-02 to 2003-09-23
Petitmoni Diver Petitmoni 1999-10-04 to 2001-12-25
Super Morning Rider Abe Natsumi 2000 to 2001
Tsunkuban Tsunku 2001 to 2002
Takahashi Ai no Ichigo Ichie Takahashi Ai 2009-03-23 to 2010-04-15
RISA'S NIGHT HOUSE Niigaki Risa 2011-10-04 to 2012-03-27
REINA TIME Tanaka Reina 2012-04-14 to 2013-06-29
FIVE STARS Niigaki Risa & Kamei Eri (Mondays; 2009-2010)
Matsuura Aya (Tuesdays; 2007-2009)
Abe Natsumi (Mondays; 2008-2009)
℃-ute (Tuesdays; 2009-2011)
Tanaka Reina (Wednesdays; 2007-2010)
Maeda Yuuka & Fukuda Kanon (Wednesdays; 2010-2011)
Morning Musume (Thursdays; 2011)
2007-10-02 to 2011-09-30
Afternoon Paradise -Trip In the Country- Kimura Ayaka with Tokutake Hirofumi
(The show is still on the air without Ayaka)
2005-10-03 to 2008
Hello! Music Latte Kimura Ayaka 2005-04 to late 2005
B.B.L Kamei Eri 2005-11-06 to 2005-11-13
Yaguchi Mari no allnightnippon Super! Complete Yaguchi Mari,Iida Kaori & Minimoni 2001-04-19 to 2003-03-27

TV ShowsEdit

  • [1999.01.05 - 2002.03.26] Idol wo Sagase! (アイドルをさがせ!)
  • [2000.01.04 - 2000.09.29] Morning Musume no Heso (モーニング娘。のへそ)
  • [2000.04.02 - 2007.04.01] Hello! Morning (ハロー!モーニング)
  • [2000.10.02 - 2001.03.30] Bishoujo Nikki (美少女日記)
  • [2001.04.02 - 2001.09.28] Bishoujo Kyouiku (美少女教育)
  • [2001.10.01 - 2002.03.29] Shin Bishoujo Nikki (新・美少女日記)
  • [2002.04.01 - 2002.09.27] Bishoujo Kyouiku II (美少女教育II)
  • [2002.04.02 - 2002.12.24] Morning Musume Tsuushin (モーニング娘。通信)
  • [2002.09.30 - 2003.03.28] Bishoujo Nikki III (美少女日記III)
  • [2003.03.31 - 2003.09.27] Sexy Onnajyuku (セクシー女塾)
  • [2003.09.29 - 2003.12.26] Soreyuke! Gorokkies (それゆけ!ゴロッキーズ)
  • [2004.01.05 - 2004.04.02] Yoroshiku! Senpai (よろしく!センパイ)
  • [2004.04.05 - 2004.10.01] Futarigoto (二人ゴト)
  • [2004.10.04 - 2004.12.24] Majokko Rikachan no Magical Biyuuden (魔女っ娘。梨華ちゃんのマジカル美勇伝)
  • [2005.01.05 - 2005.04.01] Musume Document 2005 (娘。ドキュメント2005)
  • [2005.04.04 - 2006.05.05] Musume DOKYU! (娘DOKYU!)
  • [2006.03.03 - 2006.11.24] Hello Pro Hour (Online only)
  • [2006.05.08 - 2006.09.29] Musume DOKYU! Eruda Yonchoume no Hitobito (娘DOKYU!~絵流田4丁目の人々~)
  • [2006.10.02 - 2008.03.28] Uta Doki! Pop Classics (歌ドキッ!~ポップクラシックス~)
  • [2006.11.04 - 2007.02.17] ℃-ute has come.
  • [2007.04.08 - 2008.09.28] Haromoni@ (ハロモニ@)
  • [2008.03.31 - 2008.10.03] Berikyuu! (ベリキュー!)
  • [2008.10.06 - 2009.03.27] Yorosen! (よろセン!)
  • [2009.04.02 - 2010.03.25] Bijo Houdan (美女放談)
  • [2010.04.01 - 2011.04.14] Bijo Gaku (美女学)
  • [2011.04.21 - 2012.05.24] Hello Pro! TIME (ハロプロ!TIME)
  • [2012.06.07 - 2013.12.26] Hello! SATOYAMA Life (ハロ!SATOYAMAライフ)
  • (2014.01.09-preset) Girls Live

Total SalesEdit

  • (All totals are current as of April 23 2013)

By ActEdit

Soloist / Group Total Sales
Morning Musume (1997-Present) 21,594,402*
Heike Michiyo (1997-2002) 243,980
Nakazawa Yuko (1998-2009) 353,592
Tanpopo (1998-2009) 1,917,825
Taiyo to Ciscomoon (1999-2000) 735,952
Coconuts Musume (1999-2001) 21,250
Country Musume (1999-2009) 451,232
Petitmoni (1999-2003) 2,702,763
Melon Kinenbi (2000-2009) 363,060
Maeda Yuki (2000-2009) 11,619
Minimoni (2001-2004) 2,746,937
Matsuura Aya (2001-2009) 3,101,710
Goto Maki (2001-2007) 2,029,422
Fujimoto Miki (2002-2009) 536,484
Gomattou (2002) 199,815
Iida Kaori (2003-2009) 42,228
Abe Natsumi (2003-2009) 721,314
ZYX (2003) 42,036
Morning Musume Otome Gumi (2003-2004) 217,177
Morning Musume Sakura Gumi (2003-2004) 232,530
ROMANS (2003) 40,813
Aa! (2003) 13,083
Berryz Koubou (2004-Present) 1,504,613*
W (2004-2005) 379,654
v-u-den (2004-2008) 306,658
Nochiura Natsumi (2004-2005) 106,362
DEF.DIVA (2005-2006) 46,822
℃-ute (2006-Present) 1,309,140*
Kusumi Koharu (2006-2009) 369,019
GAM (2006-2007) 171,001
Tomoiki Ki wo Uetai (2006)
Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai (2007) 75,896
Tsuji Nozomi (2007) 5,452
Kira☆Pika (2007) 52,359
Ongaku Gatas (2007-2009) 67,575
Buono! (2007-Present) 494,141*
Athena & Robikerottsu (2007-2008) 12,284
MilkyWay (2008) 86,314
Mano Erina (2008-2013) 280,262
High-King (2008) 38,353
Shugo Chara Egg! (2008-2009) 36,463
Ice CreaMusume (2009-2010)
Guardians 4 (2009-2010) 41,909
S/mileage (2009-Present) 537,409*

BeriKyuu (2011-Present)

Juice=Juice (2013-Present)

83,129

92,899*

By SalesEdit

Soloist / Group Total Sales
Morning Musume (1997-Present) 21,594,402*
Matsuura Aya (2001-2009) 3,101,710
Minimoni (2001-2004) 2,746,937
Petitmoni (1999-2003)  2,702,763
Goto Maki (2001-2007) 2,029,422
Tanpopo (1998-2009) 1,917,825
Berryz Koubou (2004-Present) 1,504,613*
℃-ute (2006-Present) 1,309,140*
Taiyo to Ciscomoon (1999-2000) 735,952
Abe Natsumi (2003-2009) 721,314
S/mileage (2009-Present) 537,409*
Fujimoto Miki (2002-2009) 536,484
Buono! (2007-Present) 494,141*
Country Musume (1999-2009) 451,232
W (2004-2005) 379,654
Kusumi Koharu (2006-2009) 369,019
Melon Kinenbi (2000-2009) 363,060
Nakazawa Yuko (1998-2009) 353,592
v-u-den (2004-2008) 306,658
Mano Erina (2008-2013)  280,262
Heike Michiyo (1997-2002) 243,980
Morning Musume Sakura Gumi (2003-2004) 232,530
Morning Musume Otome Gumi (2003-2004) 217,177
Gomattou (2002) 199,815
GAM (2006-2007) 171,001
Nochiura Natsumi (2004-2005) 106,362
Juice=Juice (2013-Present) 92,899*
MilkyWay (2008-2009) 86,314
Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai (2007) 75,896
Ongaku Gatas (2007-2009) 67,575
Kira☆Pika (2007) 52,359
DEF.DIVA (2005-2006) 46,822
Iida Kaori (2003-2009) 42,228
ZYX (2003) 42,036
Guardians 4 (2009-2010) 41,909
ROMANS (2003) 40,813
High-King (2008) 38,353
Shugo Chara Egg! (2008-2009) 36,463
Coconuts Musume (1999-2001) 21,250
Aa! (2003) 13,083
Athena & Robikerottsu (2007-2008) 12,644
Maeda Yuki (2000-2009) 11,619
Tsuji Nozomi (2007) 5,492
Tomoiki Ki wo Uetai (2006)
Ice CreaMusume (2009-2010)

Hello! ProjectEdit

Year Year Sales Total Sales
2000 813,070 813,070
2001 354,830 1,167,900
2002 170,375 1,338,275
2003 112,237 1,450,512
2004 178,971 1,629,483
2005 85,750 1,715,233
2006 41,584 1,756,817
2007 30,041 1,786,858
2008 34,912 1,821,770
2009 47,472 1,869,242

2010

2011

2012

2013

17,423

518,450

742,762

348,997*

1,886,665

2,405,115

3,844,543

4,193,540*

Hello! Project Products Price List (in Yens) Edit

  • Single Regular Edition CD: 1000JPY
  • Single Limited Edition CD+DVD: 1600JPY
  • Single Limited Edition CD: 1200JPY
  • Single V DVD: 1500JPY
  • Event V DVD: 2000JPY
  • Concert DVD: 3800JPY
  • Concert Blu-ray: 5714JPY
  • Music Video Collection: 3000JPY
  • Album Regular Edition CD: 3000JPY
  • Album Limited Edition CD+DVD: 3600JPY

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