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Founded: 1998
Current Acts: 11 acts
Current Members: 77 members
Former Acts: 32 acts
Former Members: 131 members
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Hello! Project (ハロー!プロジェクト) is the umbrella name for the all-female idol Japanese pop recording artists that are under contract with 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 were released under the Chichukai label, and Maeda Yuki's under the Rice Music label. Many early Hello! Project groups, such as Country Musume, Coconuts Musume, Sheki-Dol, and Heike Michiyo, had their early works released on other labels, though all eventually moved to zetima.

The "mothership" group of Hello! Project is Morning Musume, having co-founded Hello! Project with former soloist Heike Michiyo. Morning Musume is featured foremost in many aspects of the company because of their history of success. Due to the number of graduating members over the years, Morning Musume was surpassed in seniority for the first time in late 2014 by Berryz Koubou and ℃-ute, but returned to the position in mid-2017, after both groups had left Hello! Project.

Since its creation in 1998, the main producer and songwriter of Hello! Project was Tsunku, the lead singer of Sharam Q, until he resigned from his position as the general producer in October 2014. The current leader of Hello! Project is ANGERME's leader, Wada Ayaka.

HistoryEdit

1997-2005Edit

In 1997, rock group Sharam Q, fronted by Tsunku, began auditions for a female vocalist. These auditions aired via the reality show ASAYAN, and resulted in Heike Michiyo being crowned the winner.[1] 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, and named them Morning Musume.[2][3] The girls were set the task of selling 50,000 copies of "Ai no Tane", their demo single, in just five days.[4] They sold the required number of copies in four days, and subsequently became an official group.[5]

Morning Musume's debut single, "Morning Coffee", was released on January 28, 1998 under the One Up Music label and charted at #6 on the Oricon weekly chart.[6] The group's first official appearance was a joint live in August 1998, at Shibuya Public Hall (now Shibuya C.C. Lemon Hall), as Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo. The fanclub of the two acts was called Hello!. The first official units Tanpopo and Petitmoni were created in October.

In 1998, the Morning Musume Tsuika Audition took place, resulting in the addition of "second generation" Morning Musume members Ichii Sayaka, Yaguchi Mari, and Yasuda Kei.

In January 1999, auditions for Country Musume were held on the TV Tokyo show Idol wo Sagase!.

In April 1999, the official fanclub was named Hello! Project.

Auditions were once again held on ASAYAN between April and July 1999, resulting in Taiyou to Ciscomoon and Coconuts Musume, with Country Musume's official formation announced. Between this time, in May 1999, the Dai 2 Kai Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Imoutobun Audition also took place and resulted in the four-member group Melon Kinenbi.

In July 1999, Hello! Project's first live concert Hello! Project '99 was held at Yokohama Arena.

In March 2000, the first Hello! Project shuffle units were formed. Shuffle units would be formed every summer up to 2005, after which the concept was abandoned in 2006.

In May 2000, Matsuura Aya became a soloist after participating in the Dai 4 Kai Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Imoutobun Audition.

The first Hello! Project television show, Hello! Morning, began airing on TV Tokyo in April 2000. It ran until 2007, when it was replaced by Haromoni@.

In March 2001, Morning Musume co-founder and leader Nakazawa Yuko announced her graduation from the group. The actual graduation took place on April 15,[7] 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 acquiring the future members of Berryz Koubou and ℃-ute.[8] It also spawned off-shoot auditions such as auditions for Hello Pro Kenshuusei and Hello! Pro Kansai.

On July 31, 2002, a major reformation 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) and "Armageddon" (ハルマゲドン)) and "the 7/31 incident" by fans.[citation needed]

2006-2008Edit

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".[citation needed] It was also at this time that Hello! Project decided to create two separate concert units, Elder Club and Wonderful Hearts.

In February 2006, 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.[9] On March 26, 2007, Kago was again caught smoking and her contract was instantly terminated.[10]

In June 2007, it was announced that Konno Asami, who had graduated from Hello! Project a year prior to study at university, would be returning.[11] Konno became the first person to have graduated from Hello! Project to return.

On October 15, 2007, Tsunku created NICE GIRL Project! under his own company TNX.[12] The first group out of NICE GIRL Project! was THE Possible, a group made up of Hello Pro Egg members.

On October 28, 2007, former Morning Musume member Goto Maki, who had been inactive for some time, graduated from Hello! Project as a soloist.[13] She later transferred to Avex Entertainment in June 2008.[14]

In late 2007, Hello! Project started the Taiwanese Morning Family New Star Audition, an audition aimed at recruiting Taiwanese members to join Hello! Project.[15]

In March 2008, Mano Erina left Hello Pro Egg and Ongaku Gatas to become a soloist.[16]

In April 2008, the debut of Hello! Pro Kansai group SI☆NA was announced.[17] The group never officially debuted and never recorded a song, though they occasionally appeared on television shows and radio.

In September 2008, it was announced that, as a result of the Taiwanese auditions, the six-member group Ice Creamusume and the duo Frances & Aiko, both still only children, were formed.[18]

On October 19, 2008, Hello! Project announced that the Elder Club would graduate on March 31, 2009.[19][20]

2008 also marked the first time in a decade that Morning Musume had not performed at the annual NHK Kouhaku 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 Country Musume member.[21]

2009-2012Edit

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,[22] who only participated in Hello Pro Egg activities before withdrawing sometime after 2011.[23]

On February 1, 2009, at Yokohama Arena, Hello! Project held its largest concert ever, the Hello! Project 2009 Winter Kettei! Hello☆Pro Award '09 ~Elder Club Sotsugyou Kinen Special~, featuring 21 groups and 72 members. During the concert, then-Hello! Project leader Nakazawa Yuko passed her leadership position to Morning Musume leader Takahashi Ai.[24] This mass-graduation of the Elder Club caused another large surge of fan backlash, resulting in even more fan club cancellations and merchandise boycotts, and is considered the "third coming of Haromageddon".[citation needed]

In April 2009, Tsunku announced a new group consisting of Hello Pro Egg members Wada Ayaka, Maeda Yuuka, Fukuda Kanon, and Ogawa Saki.[25] They were named S/mileage on May 8.[26]

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 known as "Chanpuru" units.[27]

On September 30, 2011, Takahashi Ai graduated and handed her position as leader of Morning Musume and Hello! Project over to Niigaki Risa.[28][29][30]

In late 2011, Hello! Project formed the unit Hello! Project Mobekimasu and released the single "Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku".[31]

After Niigaki Risa's graduation from Morning Musume and Hello! Project in May 2012, Michishige Sayumi took over as leader of Morning Musume and Hello! Project.[32][33] Mitsui Aika also graduated from Morning Musume and stayed in Hello! Project as a solo act.[34] That same month, Hello Pro Egg also changed its name to Hello Pro Kenshuusei.

In 2012, UP-FRONT AGENCY created the SATOYAMA movement to promote environmentalism and preserve culture in rural areas. It spawned several units consisting of Hello! Project members and other talent under UP-FRONT GROUP such as Peaberry, DIY♡,[35] Harvest, and GREEN FIELDS,[36] as well the creation of the TV show Hello! SATOYAMA Life.

2013-2015Edit

On January 30, 2013, the YouTube channel Hello! Project Station opened and would deliver news, music video previews, concert performances, behind the scenes, and other projects featuring Hello! Project members weekly.[37]

On February 3, during the Hello! Project Tanjou 15 Shuunen Kinen Live 2013 Fuyu ~Bravo!~ concert in Fukuoka, a new unit was announced. Its founding members were Miyazaki Yuka, and Hello Pro Kenshuusei members Kanazawa Tomoko, Takagi Sayuki, Otsuka Aina, Miyamoto Karin and Uemura Akari, with each member representing a fruit.[38] On February 25, their member colors and the unit's name Juice=Juice were revealed.[39]

Mano Erina graduated from Hello! Project on February 23, 2013.[40][41]

In March 2013, UP-FRONT AGENCY introduced the SATOUMI movement to co-exist with the SATOYAMA movement, but instead focus on sea life and coastal communities. The units Dia Lady, Plumeria (later renamed HI-FIN), and Mellowquad were announced as part of the new movement.[42] A new SATOYAMA movement unit named Jurin was also announced in July 2013.[43]

On July 26, 2013, Hello! Project changed its logo.[44] The new logo had a navy blue background, which would later change to a brighter blue color,[45] with the white text "Hello! Project" in middle and "since 1998" underneath it.

On January 1, 2014, it was decided that Morning Musume would begin adding the abbreviated year to the end of their name, starting as Morning Musume '14.[46]

On February 11, 2014, the sole member of Country Musume, Satoda Mai announced the Country Musume Shin Member Audition in order to restart the group after years of inactivity.[47]

In March 2014, three new SATOYAMA & SATOUMI movement units named Sato no Akari, ODATOMO, and Triplet were announced.[48]

On August 2, 2014, during the Hello! Project 2014 SUMMER ~KOREZO!~ concert, Shimizu Saki announced that Berryz Koubou would go on indefinite hiatus after the conclusion of their spring 2015 tour.[49][50]

In October 2014, after the Morning Musume '14 Live Concert in New York, Tsunku resigned as Hello! Project's general producer in order to rest and spend more time with his family after his vocal cords were removed due to laryngeal cancer. He would continue as one of UP-FRONT WORKS' songwriters and remain as Morning Musume's sound producer, but would decrease his amount of work.[51][52] Tsunku's resignation was unknown to public until September 2015, when he confessed to it in the memoir Dakara, Ikiru. he had released.[53]

On November 5, 2014, it was revealed that Country Musume would be revived as Country Girls, with a new line-up of two Hello Pro Kenshuusei members, three Morning Musume '14 audition participants, and Tsugunaga Momoko as the playing manager.[54]

On November 26, 2014, Michishige Sayumi graduated from Morning Musume '14 and Hello! Project at Yokohama Arena.[55] At the time of her graduation, she was the longest serving member of Morning Musume. ℃-ute leader Yajima Maimi became the new leader of Hello! Project.[56]

On December 17, 2014, following the announcement made in September that they would add third generation members and also be changing the group name,[57] S/mileage's new name was revealed to be ANGERME.[58][59]

On January 2, 2015, a new unit made up of eight Hello Pro Kenshuusei members was announced during the Hello! Project 2015 WINTER ~DANCE MODE!~ concert.[60] On February 25, the group's name was revealed to be Kobushi Factory.[61] The name was chosen with the help of Shimizu Saki, who wanted them to carry on the spirit of Berryz Koubou.

On March 3, 2015, Berryz Koubou performed their last concert before their indefinite hiatus, Berryz Koubou Last Concert 2015 Berryz Koubou Ikube!, at Nippon Budokan.[62] They had been a group for 11 years, 1 month, and 17 days and graduated on the 11th anniversary of their debut.

On April 29, another new unit composed of six Hello Pro Kenshuusei members was announced to Japanese media and on Hello! Project Station.[63][64][65] The group name Tsubaki Factory was once again chosen with Shimizu Saki's help, who wanted them to also pass on the spirit of Berryz Koubou as a sister and rival group to Kobushi Factory.

On October 29, 2015, Sayashi Riho announced her graduation from Morning Musume '15 in order to study English and dance abroad, but would stay as a member of Hello! Project.[66][67] Following her graduation on December 31, she was listed as a Hello! Project solo act.

2016-presentEdit

On July 16, 2016, the formation of a new trainee branch, Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido, was announced.[68]

On August 20, 2016, ℃-ute announced they would disband in June 2017 after a concert at Saitama Super Arena.[69][70] On November 5, 2016, fellow former Hello! Project Kids member Tsugunaga Momoko announced that she would also retire from entertainment in spring 2017.[71][72]

On December 31, 2016, at the Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2016 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~, Yajima Maimi announced that ANGERME leader Wada Ayaka would become the new leader of Hello! Project at the start of 2017 with Morning Musume '16 leader Fukumura Mizuki as the first ever sub-leader of Hello! Project.[73][74] Wada is the first former Hello Pro Egg to hold this position.

In March 2017, a new SATOYAMA movement unit named Kamiishinaka Kana was formed.[75]

On May 22, 2017, Buono! held their last performance, Buono! Live 2017 ~Pienezza!~, at Yokohama Arena.[76]

On June 9, 2017, it was announced that Country Girls would change to a new system after Tsugunaga Momoko's departure. The group would become semi-active with three of the group's members joining other Hello! Project groups as concurrent members for their main activities.[77][78] An announcement video was later uploaded to the Hello! Project Station YouTube channel, revealing the new placements of the transferring Country Girls members and a few promoted Hello Pro Kenshuusei, including a new group led by Ichioka Reina.[79][80]

On June 12, 2017, ℃-ute held their last concert, titled ℃-ute Last Concert in Saitama Super Arena ~Thank you team℃-ute~, a day after the 12th anniversary of their formation.[81] A few weeks later, Tsugunuaga Momoko graduated from Country Girls and Hello! Project at the Tsugunaga Momoko Last Live ♥Arigatou Otomomochi♥ on June 30, 2017, the day of Hello! Project Kids' 15th anniversary.[82]

On July 15, 2017, the Hello! Project Shin Member Audition was announced at the Hello! Project 2017 SUMMER ~HELLO! MEETING~ concert and opened for applications on the same day.[83]

On September 8, 2017, Inaba Manaka announced her return to Hello! Project after a year and half long hiatus due to health issues, which resulted in her graduating from her debut group Country Girls during her absence. She would advise Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido as their new leader, but also pursue individual activities as a Hello! Project solo act.[84]

Members Edit

See Also: Hello! Project Acts & Members
Leader of Hello! Project
Wada Ayaka (January 1, 2017 – present)
Sub-leader of Hello! Project
Fukumura Mizuki (January 1, 2017 – present)
  • (L) = Leader
  • (SL) = Sub-Leader
Act Hello! Project Members Activity
Morning Musume '17

9th Gen: Fukumura Mizuki (L), Ikuta Erina (SL)
10th Gen: Iikubo Haruna (SL), Ishida Ayumi, Sato Masaki, Kudo Haruka
11th Gen: Oda Sakura
12th Gen: Ogata Haruna, Nonaka Miki, Makino Maria, Haga Akane
13th Gen: Kaga Kaede, Yokoyama Reina
14th Gen: Morito Chisaki

1997–present
ANGERME

1st Gen: Wada Ayaka (L)
2nd Gen: Nakanishi Kana (SL), Takeuchi Akari (SL), Katsuta Rina
3rd Gen: Murota Mizuki, Aikawa Maho, Sasaki Rikako
4th Gen: Kamikokuryo Moe
5th Gen: Kasahara Momona
6th Gen: Funaki Musubu, Kawamura Ayano

2009–present
Juice-Juice

1st Gen: Miyazaki Yuka (L), Kanazawa Tomoko (SL), Takagi Sayuki, Miyamoto Karin, Uemura Akari, Yanagawa Nanami, Danbara Ruru

2013–present
Country Girls

Yamaki Risa, Morito Chisaki, Ozeki Mai, Yanagawa Nanami, Funaki Musubu

1999–2009, 2014–present
Kobushi Factory

Hirose Ayaka (L), Nomura Minami, Hamaura Ayano, Taguchi Natsumi, Wada Sakurako, Inoue Rei

2015–present
Tsubaki Factory

Yamagishi Riko (L), Ogata Risa (SL), Niinuma Kisora, Tanimoto Ami, Kishimoto Yumeno, Asakura Kiki, Ono Mizuho, Onoda Saori, Akiyama Mao

2015–present
Solo Act Activity
Mitsui Aika 2012–2013
2015–present
Sayashi Riho 2015–present
Inaba Manaka 2017-present
Act Hello Pro Kenshuusei Members Activity
Hello Pro Kenshuusei

19th Gen: Inoue Hikaru (L)
22nd Gen: Horie Kizuki
24th Gen: Maeda Kokoro, Kanatsu Mizuki
25th Gen: Noguchi Kurumi, Ono Kotomi, Kodama Sakiko, Yonemura Kirara
26th Gen: Nishida Shiori, Yamazaki Yuhane, Hashisako Rin
27th Gen: Shimakura Rika, Hibi Marina, Eguchi Saya, Doi Rena, Okamura Minami, Matsunaga Riai, Yamada Ichigo, Nakayama Natsume

Promoted members: Ichioka Reina, Takase Kurumi, Kiyono Momohime

2004–present
Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido Ota Haruka, Sato Hikari, Ishiguri Kanami, Kawano Minori, Kitagawa Ryo, Kudo Yume, Yamazaki Mei
Inaba Manaka (L)
2016–present
  • As of June 2017, Ichioka Reina is set to debut as the leader of a new group, and Takase Kurumi and Kiyono Momohime have also been promoted as full Hello! Project members. Although their names are separate from Hello Pro Kenshuusei on recital cast lists, their official profiles are currently still under the Hello Pro Kenshuusei page.
  • As of September 2017, Inaba Manaka is the leader of Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido, but is also a solo act.

LeadershipsEdit

Hello! Project LeadersEdit

# Name Period of time Length of time
1st Nakazawa Yuko April 15, 2001 - March 31, 2009 7 Years, 11 Months, 16 Days
2nd Takahashi Ai April 1, 2009 - September 30, 2011 2 Years, 5 Months, 29 Days
3rd Niigaki Risa October 1, 2011 - May 18, 2012 7 Months, 17 Days
4th Michishige Sayumi May 19, 2012 - November 26, 2014 2 Years, 6 Months, 7 Days
5th Yajima Maimi November 27, 2014 - December 31, 2016 2 Years, 1 Month, 4 Days
6th Wada Ayaka January 1, 2017 - present 0 Years, 8 Months, 24 Days
Hello! Project Sub-leaders
# Name Period of time Length of time
1st Fukumura Mizuki January 1, 2017 - present 0 Years, 8 Months, 24 Days
  • The sub-leader position was established on January 1, 2017, when Wada Ayaka became the sixth leader of Hello! Project.

Current Main Group LeadersEdit

Group Leader Period of time Sub-leader Period of time
Morning Musume Fukumura Mizuki November 27, 2014 – present Iikubo Haruna May 21, 2013 – present
Ikuta Erina November 27, 2014 – present
ANGERME Wada Ayaka April 4, 2009 – present Nakanishi Kana November 25, 2015 – present
Takeuchi Akari
Juice=Juice Miyazaki Yuka June 13, 2013 – present Kanazawa Tomoko June 13, 2013 – present
Kobushi Factory Hirose Ayaka March 8, 2015 – present N/A N/A
Tsubaki Factory Yamagishi Riko August 8, 2015 – present Ogata Risa August 8, 2015 – present

Group LeadershipEdit

Names in BOLD are current leaders.

Group Leader Period of time Length of time[N1]
Morning Musume Nakazawa Yuko September 7, 1997 – April 15, 2001 3 Years, 7 Months, 8 Days
Country Musume Kobayashi Azusa April 27, 1999 – August 23, 1999 3 Months, 27 Days
Coconuts Musume Chelsea Ching June 26, 1999 – January 2000 8 Months, 5 Days
Melon Kinenbi Murata Megumi August 10, 1999 – September 2002 3 Years, 22 Days
Coconuts Musume Kimura Ayaka January 2000 – April 30, 2008 8 Years, 3 Months, 28 Days
Country Musume Toda Rinne May 30, 2000 – October 13, 2002 2 Years, 4 Months, 13 Days
Morning Musume Iida Kaori April 16, 2001 – January 30, 2005 3 Years, 9 Months, 14 Days
Melon Kinenbi Saito Hitomi September 2002 – May 3, 2010 8 Years, 7 Months, 29 Days
Country Musume Kimura Asami October 14, 2002 – January 27, 2007 4 Years, 3 Months, 13 Days
Berryz Koubou Shimizu Saki January 14, 2004 – March 3, 2015 11 Years, 1 Month, 17 Days
v-u-den Ishikawa Rika August 10, 2004 – June 29, 2008 3 Years, 10 Months, 25 Days
Morning Musume Yaguchi Mari January 31, 2005 – April 14, 2005 2 Months, 14 Days
Morning Musume Yoshizawa Hitomi April 15, 2005 – May 6, 2007 3 Years, 22 Days
℃-ute Yajima Maimi June 11, 2005 – June 12, 2017 12 Years, 1 Day
Morning Musume Fujimoto Miki May 7, 2007 – June 1, 2007 25 Days
Morning Musume Takahashi Ai June 2, 2007 – September 30, 2011 4 Years, 3 Months, 28 Days
Ice Creamusume Shenshen September 21, 2008 – November 2010 2 Years, 1 Month, 11 Days
ANGERME Wada Ayaka April 4, 2009 – present 8 Years, 5 Months, 21 Days
Morning Musume Niigaki Risa October 1, 2011 – May 18, 2012 7 Months, 17 Days
Morning Musume Michishige Sayumi May 19, 2012 – November 26, 2014 2 Years, 6 Months, 7 Days
Juice=Juice Miyazaki Yuka June 13, 2013 – present 4 Years, 3 Months, 12 Days
Morning Musume Fukumura Mizuki November 27, 2014 – present 2 Years, 9 Months, 29 Days
Kobushi Factory Hirose Ayaka March 8, 2015 – present 2 Years, 6 Months, 17 Days
Tsubaki Factory Yamagishi Riko August 8, 2015 – present 2 Years, 1 Month, 17 Days

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

Other AlbumsEdit

Petit Best Compilation SeriesEdit

  1. [2000.04.26] Petit Best ~Ki Ao Aka~ (プッチベスト~黄青あか~)
  2. [2001.12.19] Petit Best 2 ~3・7・10~ (プッチベスト2~三・7・10~)
  3. [2002.12.18] Petit Best 3 (プッチベスト3)
  4. [2003.12.17] Petit Best 4 (プッチベスト4)
  5. [2004.12.22] Petit Best 5 (プッチベスト5)
  6. [2005.12.26] Petit Best 6 (プッチベスト6)
  7. [2006.12.20] Petit Best 7 (プッチベスト7)
  8. [2007.12.12] Petit Best 8 (プッチベスト8)
  9. [2008.12.10] Petit Best 9 (プッチベスト9)
  10. [2009.12.02] Petit Best 10 (プッチベスト10)
  11. [2010.12.15] Petit Best 11 (プッチベスト11)
  12. [2011.12.07] Petit Best 12 (プッチベスト12)
  13. [2012.12.05] Petit Best 13 (プッチベスト13)
  14. [2013.12.11] Petit Best 14 (プッチベスト14)
  15. [2014.12.10] Petit Best 15 (プッチベスト15)
  16. [2015.12.16] Petit Best 16 (プッチベスト16)
  17. [2016.12.14] Petit Best 17 (プッチベスト17)
  18. [2017.12.13] Petit Best 18 (プッチベスト18)

Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita!Edit

Hello! Channel (DVD)Edit

Hello! Channel was released as both a mook series and a DVD series.

  • [2010.06.17] Hello! Channel the DVD (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD)
  • [2010.12.17] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.2 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.2)
  • [2011.03.02] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.3 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.3)
  • [2011.06.16] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.4 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.4)
  • [2011.09.14] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.5 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.5)
  • [2011.11.17] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.6 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.6)
  • [2012.02.23] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.7 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.7)
  • [2012.06.29] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.8 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.8)
  • [2012.09.20] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.9 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.9)
  • [2012.12.31] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.10 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.10)
  • [2013.02.19] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.11 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.11)
  • [2013.06.12] Hello! Channel the DVD Vol.12 (ハロー!チャンネル the DVD Vol.12)

Video GamesEdit

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)

PublicationsEdit

PhotobooksEdit

  • [2000.04.27] Hello! Project 2000 Ashita no Ase, Fuu. (Hello!Project 2000 明日の汗、フー。)
  • [2002.03.27] Hello! Project 2002 Perfect Harmony!
  • [2002.04.24] Hello! Project 2002 Perfect Smile - Super Fine Photo Book
  • [2002.08.28] Hello! Project 2002 Happy Dream ― Super Fine Photo Book 2
  • [2003.03.13] Hello! Project 2003 Hora ne! Aishiteru (Hello!Project 2003 ほらネ!あいしてるっ)
  • [2005.11.09] Hello! Project Town (ハロプロ タウン)

Concert PhotobooksEdit

Minna Daisuki, Chu!Edit

  • [2002.05.10] Hello! Project 2002 Minna Daisuki, Chu! Hajimete no Tezukuri Album (Hello!Project 2002 みんな大好き、チュッ!初めての手づくりアルバム)
  • [2002.10.09] Hello! Project 2002 Minna Daisuki, Chu! 2 Tezukuri Album (Hello!Project 2002 みんな大好き、チュッ! 2手づくりアルバム)
  • [2003.04.16] Hello! Project 2003 Minna Daisuki, Chu! 3 Ii Koto Ariso! (Hello!Project 2003 みんな大好き、チュッ!3いいことありそっ!)
  • [2003.10.18] Hello! Project 2003 Minna Daisuki, Chu! 4 Egao ga Ippai! (Hello!Project 2003 みんな大好き、チュッ!4笑顔がいっぱいっ!)
  • [2004.04.01] Hello! Project 2004 Minna Daisuki, Chu! 5 Hello Pro Times (Hello!Project 2004 みんな大好き、チュッ!5ハロプロ・タイムズ)
  • [2004.10.14] Hello! Project 2004 Minna Daisuki, Chu! 6 Hello Pro News (Hello!Project 2004 みんな大好き、チュッ!6ハロプロニュース)
  • [2005.04.15] Hello! Project 2005 Minna Daisuki, Chu! 7 Hello Pro Note (Hello!Project 2005 みんな大好き、チュッ!7ハロプロ・ノート)
  • [2006.04.14] Hello! Project 2006 Winter Minna Daisuki, Chu! 8 Best Self Shot (Hello!Project 2006 winter みんな大好き、チュッ!8ベストセルフショット)
  • [2006.04.14] Hello! Project 2006 Winter Minna Daisuki, Chu! 8 Kawaii NG? Shot (Hello!Project 2006 Winter みんな大好き、チュッ!8かわいいNG?ショット)
  • [2006.09.28] Hello! Project 2006 Summer Minna Daisuki, Chu! 9 Egao! Hengao! Kime Pose! (Hello!Project 2006 Summer みんな大好き、チュッ!9 笑顔!変顔!決めポーズ!)

Best Shot!!Edit

  • [2005.03.23] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.14
  • [2006.03.31] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.15
  • [2007.02.01] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.16
  • [2009.03.29] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.17
  • [2010.03.24] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Haru Vol.18
  • [2012.03.28] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.19
  • [2013.03.18] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.20
  • [2014.01.25] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.21
  • [2015.03.25] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.22
  • [2016.03.23] Hello! Project BEST SHOT!! Vol.23

BooksEdit

Concert BooksEdit

  • [2010.05.15] Mobekimasu! & Shuffle Date "Hello! Project 2010 Winter Uta Chou Fuugetsu" (モベキマス!&シャッフルデート『Hello!Project 2010 Winter 歌超風月』)
  • [2011.04.08] Hello! Project 2011 Winter Kangei Shinsen Matsuri (Hello!Project 2011 Winter 歓迎新鮮まつり)

Guide BooksEdit

  • [2013.11.08] HELLO! PROJECT COMPLETE SINGLE BOOK
  • [2015.03.18] HELLO! PROJECT COMPLETE ALBUM BOOK

Hello! Channel (Mook)Edit

Hello! Channel was released as both a mook series and a DVD series.

  • [2010.04.26] Hello! Channel (ハロー! チャンネル)
  • [2010.10.29] Hello! Channel Vol.2 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.2)
  • [2010.12.27] Hello! Channel Vol.3 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.3)
  • [2011.04.21] Hello! Channel Vol.4 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.4)
  • [2011.07.12] Hello! Channel Vol.5 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.5)
  • [2011.09.23] Hello! Channel Vol.6 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.6)
  • [2011.12.19] Hello! Channel Vol.7 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.7)
  • [2012.03.21] Suugaku♥Joshi Gakuen Photo Book (数学♥女子学園Photo Book) (Bessatsu Hello! Channel)
  • [2012.04.25] Hello! Channel Vol.8 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.8)
  • [2012.07.18] Hello! Channel Vol.9 (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.9)
  • [2012.10.24] Hello! Channel Vol.10 ~Tabi wo Shichaimashita! Special~ (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.10 〜旅をしちゃいました!スペシャル〜)
  • [2012.12.26] Hello! Channel Vol.11 2013nen Shinshun Tokudaigou ~Mano Erina Sotsugyou Special!~ (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.11 2013年新春特大号〜真野恵里菜卒業スペシャル!〜)
  • [2013.04.22] Hello! Channel Vol.12 ~Tanaka Reina Sotsugyou Special!~ (ハロー!チャンネル Vol.12 〜田中れいな卒業スペシャル!〜)

Hello Pro Maruwakari BOOKEdit

See: Category:Hello Pro Maruwakari BOOK Series

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
60TRYbu
(60TRY部)

Takeuchi Akari (Tuesdays; since 2015-12)
Various guest appearances

2014-09-30 to present day
Airi's Potion Suzuki Airi 2016-07-06 to present day
ANGERME Wada Ayaka no Bijurme
(アンジュルム和田彩花のビジュルム)
Wada Ayaka 2015-10-03 to present day
AS1422
(アンジュルムステーション1422)
ANGERME 2nd generation, 3rd generation, 4th generation, 5th generation 2015-01-04 to present day
All Night Nippon
(オールナイトニッポン)
Various guest appearances 1998-09-10 to present day
BAKUNAI
(爆夜〜BAKUNAI)

Kanazawa Tomoko (since 2015-04) with Ganso Bakushouo
Various guest appearances

2013-04-04 to present day
Yajima Maimi no I My Me♡Maimi~
(矢島舞美のI My Me♡まいみ〜)
Yajima Maimi 2008-07-04 to present day
Country Girls no Tadaima Radio Housouchuu!!
(カントリー・ガールズの只今ラジオ放送中!!)
Country Girls 2015-04-05 to present day
HELLO! DRIVE!
(HELLO! DRIVE! -ハロドラ-)

Host line-ups as of 2017-10-02[85]
Mondays: Suzuki Airi, Miyamoto Karin
Tuesdays: Natsuyaki Miyabi, Kobayashi Hikaru or Nihei Yuuka, Ogata Risa
Wednesdays: Nakajima Saki, Ogata Haruna, Nonaka Miki
Thursdays: Kudo Haruka, two others out of Ozeki Mai, Hirose Ayaka, or Ichioka Reina
Fridays: Michishige Sayumi, two others out of Kamikokuryo Moe, Kasahara Momona, Funaki Musubu, or Kawamura Ayano

2016-10-03 to present day
Hello! SATOYAMA&SATOUMI Club

Miyazaki Yuka, Ono Mizuho (since 2017-07) with occasional guests
Miyazaki and Ono rotate as hosts

2014-04-05 to present day
Hello! to meet you! Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido with Ito Sana 2016-10-02 to present day
JAPAN Hello Pro NETWORK
(JAPAN ハロプロ NETWORK)
Rotating hosts 2015-04-01 to present day
Morning Musume '17 Makino Maria no Marian♥LOVErin Desu♥
(モーニング娘。'17牧野真莉愛のまりあん♥LOVEりんですっ♥)
Makino Maria 2016-05-31 to present day
Morning Musume '17 no Morning Diary
(モーニング娘。'17のモーニングダイアリー)
Morning Musume 12th generation, 13th generation, 14th generation (since 2017-08-24) 2017-04-06 to present day
Morning Musume '17 no Morning Jogakuin ~Houkago Meeting~
(モーニング娘。'17のモーニング女学院〜放課後ミーティング〜)
Morning Musume 9th generation, 10th generation, 11th generation 2012-04-14 to present day
Nakajima Saki no Cute na Jikan
(中島早貴のキュートな時間)
Nakajima Saki 2012-01-08 to present day
We are Juice=Juice Juice=Juice 2013-10-03 to present day
Young Town Douyoubi
(ヤングタウン土曜日)

Akashiya Sanma (main host), Murakami Shoji, Iikubo Haruna (since 2013-04), Kudo Haruka (since 2016-01)
Various guest appearances

1997-11-02 to present day

Past ShowsEdit

Title Host Dates
Abe Natsumi no Super Morning Rider
(安倍なつみのスーパーモーニングライダー)
Abe Natsumi 1999-10-07 to 2000-12-28
Afternoon Paradise Trip In the Country
(アフタヌーン・パラダイス Trip In The Country)

Kimura Ayaka with Tokutake Hirofumi
*The show is still on the air without Ayaka

2005-10-03 to 2008
Airmoni
(エアモニ。)
Abe Natsumi 2001 to 2003
All Night Nippon
(オールナイトニッポン)
Matsuura Aya 2005-03-30 to 2006-12-27
Anata ga Iru Kara, Yaguchi Mari
(あなたがいるから、矢口真里)
Yaguchi Mari 2003-04-06 to 2005-03-27
Ayaka no COCONUTS KISS!
(アヤカのCOCONUTS KISS!)
Kimura Ayaka 2006-01-04 to 2006-07-26
B.B.L. v-u-den 2005-04-03 to 2006-09-30
Berryz Koubou Kiritsu! Rei! Chakuseki!
(Berryz工房 起立! 礼! 着席!)
Berryz Koubou 2004-03-30 to 2009-03-31
Berryz Koubou Tsugunaga Momoko no Puripuri Princess
(Berryz工房 嗣永桃子のぷりぷりプリンセス)
Tsugunaga Momoko 2009-04-07 to 2014-04-06
Berryz Koubou Beritsu!
(Berryz工房 べりつぅ!)
Shimizu Saki, Tokunaga Chinami & Sudo Maasa 2009-04-10 to 2012-03-30
BZS1422
(ベリーズステーションいちよんにーにー)
Tokunaga Chinami, Kumai Yurina 2012-07-08 to 2015-03-01
Chichuukai Sound Stroll
(地中海 SOUND STROLL)
Iida Kaori with Aida Shoko 2005-04-02 to 2007-09-01
Colorful Pleasure Melon Kinenbi 2003-??-?? to 2005-03-26
Coconuts Musume AYAKA to Country Musume Satoda Mai no BLEND KISS
(ココナッツ娘。AYAKAとカントリー娘。里田まいのBLEND KISS)
Kimura Ayaka, Satoda Mai 2004-06-06 to 2005-06-26
Coconuts Musume no KISS THE COCONUTS!
(ココナッツ娘。のKISS THE COCONUTS!)
Coconuts Musume 2001-11-?? to 2004-05-30
Country Girls no Tadaima Radio Kenshuuchuu!!
(カントリー・ガールズの只今ラジオ研修中‼)
Country Girls (without Tsugunaga Momoko) 2015-03-15 to 2015-03-29
Country Musume no Nanmara Saikou Dabe.
(カントリー娘。のなんまらサイコーだべ。)
Country Musume 2002-??-?? to 2004-03-25
CUTIE PARTY ℃-ute 2006-10-07 to 2008-09-27
℃-ute Cutie☆Paradise
(℃-ute キューティー☆パラダイス)
℃-ute 2008-10-29 to 2009-04-02
FIVE STARS

Abe Natsumi (Mondays; 2008-07 to 2009-03)
Niigaki Risa, Kamei Eri (Mondays; 2009-04 to 2010-12)
Matsuura Aya (Tuesdays; 2007-10 to 2009-09)
℃-ute (Tuesdays; 2009-10 to end)
Tanaka Reina (Wednesdays; 2007-10 to 2010-02)
Maeda Yuuka, Fukuda Kanon (Wednesdays; 2010-03 to end)
Morning Musume (Thursdays; 2011-01 to end)

2007-10-02 to 2011-09-30
Fujimoto Miki Heart Days Radio
(藤本美貴 ハート・デイズ・レディオ)
Fujimoto Miki 2002-10-10 to 2003-03-27
Fujimoto Miki no Doki♥Miki Night
(藤本美貴のドキ♥みきNight)
Fujimoto Miki 2002-10-13 to 2007-09-24
Girls Kiss SI☆NA 2008-02-16 to 2009-06-27
GAKI-KAME
(GAKI・KAME)
Niigaki Risa, Kamei Eri 2007-04-07 to 2008-09-27
Hecchara Heike★Yoroshiku Yossi
(ヘッチャラ平家★よろしくヨッスィー)
Heike Michiyo, Yoshizawa Hitomi 2001-10-06 to 2002-10-05
Hello! Project Melon Kinenbi no "Murata-dio"
(ハロー!プロジェクト メロン記念日の“ムラタジオ”)
Murata Megumi with rotating guests 2008-04-05 to 2008-06-28
Hello Pro Yanen!
(ハロプロやねん!)
Rotating hosts 2004-02-06 to 2008-09-22
Iida Kaori - Konya mo Koushinchuu!
(飯田圭織・今夜も交信中!)
Iida Kaori 2001-04-?? to 2003-03-??
Ikinari Inaba★Yoroshiku Yossi
(いきなりイナバ★よろしくヨッスィー)
Inaba Atsuko, Yoshizawa Hitomi 2002-10-12 to 2004-03-27
Kimama ni Classic
(気ままにクラシック)
Nakazawa Yuko 2004-04-02 to 2006-03-31
Maeda Yuki no Music & Diary
(前田有紀のMusic & Diary)
Maeda Yuki 2007-07 to 2008
Maeda Yuki no Yume Ongakukan
(前田有紀の夢・音楽館)
Maeda Yuki 2008-05-06 to 2008-06-30
MANO-DELI Mano Erina 2009-05-04 to 2011-03-27
Majiasa!
(マジアサ!)
Nakazawa Yuko with Matsukaze Masaya 2005-10-02 to 2008-03-30
Matsuura Aya Let's do it!!
(松浦亜弥Let's do it!!)
Matsuura Aya 2001-03-27 to 2005-03-27
Melon Kinenbi no "Melonpa"
(メロン記念日の「めろんぱ」)
Melon Kinenbi 2002-04-04 to 2004-03-23
Morning Musume 9ki 10ki Member no "Maji DE Pyoko Pyoko"
(モーニング娘。9期10期メンバー­の"本気DE飛跳(まじでピョコピョコ)")

Morning Musume 9th Generation, 10th Generation, 11th Generation
*Fanclub-exclusive web talk show

2012-01-12 to 2013-05-16
Morning Musume '14 Michishige Sayumi no Konya mo❤︎Usa-chan Peace
(モーニング娘。'14 道重さゆみの今夜も❤︎うさちゃんピース)
Michishige Sayumi 2006-10-05 to 2014-11-24
Morning Musume '15 All Night Nippon GOLD
(モーニング娘。'15のオールナイトニッポンGOLD)
Morning Musume '15 2015-01-02 to 2015-12-25
Morning Musume '16 Suzuki Kanon no Itsudemo! Kannon Smile
(モーニング娘。'16鈴木香音のいつでも!カンノンスマイル)
Suzuki Kanon 2014-12-02 to 2016-05-24
Morning Musume '17 12ki Nikki
(モーニング娘。'17 12期日記)
Morning Musume 12th generation 2015-01-04 to 2017-03-26
Morning Musume Mitsui Aika, Ai say Hello
(モーニング娘。光井愛佳の、愛 say hello)
Mitsui Aika 2007-04-05 to 2008-09-18
Nagate Ayaka no HELLO! MUSIC LATTE
(長手絢香のHELLO!MUSIC LATTE)
Kimura Ayaka 2005-04 to late 2005
Ongaku Gatas no Guts10☆Gatas!!
(音楽ガッタスのGuts10☆ガッタス!!)
Ongaku Gatas 2007-10-01 to 2009-03-23
Petitmoni Diver!
(プッチモニダイバー!)
Petitmoni 1999-10-04 to 2001-12-25
pop up inc. Various guest appearances 2003-04-?? to 2005-03-??
Recomen!
(レコメン!)

Various semi-regular guest appearances
*The show is still on the air, but no Hello! Project member has made a regular appearance since 2012

2003 to 2012-04-04
Reina Time
(れいなたいむ)
Tanaka Reina 2012-04-14 to 2013-06-29
RIHO-DELI Sayashi Riho 2011-04-03 to 2014-12-28
Risa's NightHouse Niigaki Risa 2011-10-04 to 2012-03-27
Sakura Sakuradio
(さくらさくらじお)

Oda Sakura
*Fanclub-exclusive web talk show

2013-05-23 to 2015-02-26
SATOYAMA in KANAGAWA Various hosts 2011-10-03 to 2014-03-26
Shibata Ayumi no Kibun wa Melon Melon
(柴田あゆみの気分はメロンメロン)
Shibata Ayumi 2002-01-03 to 2004-03-25
Shindol Parlor
(しんドル・パーラー)
Various hosts 2000 to 2005-03-31
SS1422
(スマイレージステーション1422)
S/mileage 2nd Generation 2013-01-07 to 2014-12-28
Takahashi Ai no Ichigo Ichie
(高橋愛の苺いちえ)

Takahashi Ai
*Fanclub-exclusive web talk show

2009-03-23 to 2010-04-15
Tanpopo Henshuubu OH-SO-RO!
(タンポポ編集部 OH-SO-RO!)
Tanpopo 2000-10-02 to 2003-09-23
Tanpopo no Konya mo Mankai
(タンポポの今夜も満開)
Tanpopo 2000-03-30 to 2001-04-12
TBC FUN Field Mouretsu Moudash
(TBC FUNふぃーるど・モーレツモーダッシュ)
Murata Megumi with rotating guests 2005-04-01 to 2008-03-28
TOKYO → NIIGATA MUSIC CONVOY Melon Kinenbi 2005-10-03 to 2008-03-19
Tsunkuban
(つんくばん)
Tsunku 2001-08-18 to 2002-10-05
Tsukai! Berryz Okoku
(痛快!ベリーズ王国)
Natsuyaki Miyabi, Kumai Yurina, Sugaya Risako 2009-07-03 to 2012-03-30
v-u-den☆Ishikawa Rika no Chanchaka☆Charmy!
(美勇伝☆石川梨華のちゃんちゃか☆チャーミー!)
Ishikawa Rika 2004-04-01 to 2006-09-21
v-u-den Miyoshi, Okada no Konya wa Futari Bocchi
(美勇伝 三好・岡田の今夜はふたりぼっち)
Miyoshi Erika, Okada Yui 2007-04-06 to 2008-06-27
Yaguchi Mari no allnightnippon SUPER!
(モーニング娘。矢口真里のallnightnippon SUPER!)
Yaguchi Mari, Iida Kaori, Minimoni 2001-04-19 to 2003-03-27
Yaruki MANMAN!
(やる気MANMAN!)
Various semi-regular guest appearances 2003 to 2007-03-30

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!)
  • [2006.05.08 - 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 - Present] The Girls Live

Web ShowsEdit

Total SalesEdit

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

By ActEdit

Soloist / Group Total Sales
Morning Musume (1997-Present) 22,361,601*
Heike Michiyo (1997-2002) 243,980
Nakazawa Yuko (1998-2009) 353,592
Tanpopo (1998-2009) 1,917,825
Taiyou to Ciscomoon(1999-2000) 735,952
Coconuts Musume (1999-2001) 21,250
Country Girls (1999-2009 / 2015-Present) 539,123*
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 (2004-2015) 1,684,795
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 (2006-2017) 1.648,000*
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! (2007-2017) 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
ANGERME (2009-Present) 765,854*
BeriKyuu (2011-2015) 83,129
Juice=Juice (2013-Present) 267,145*
Kobushi Factory (2015-Present) 47,362*
Tsubaki Factory (2015-Present) 0*

By SalesEdit

Soloist / Group Total Sales
Morning Musume (1997-Present) 22,361,601*
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
ºC-ute (2006-2017) 1,714,658*
Berryz Koubou (2004-2015) 1,684,795
Taiyou to Ciscomoon (1999-2000) 735,952
ANGERME (2009-Present) 765,854*
Abe Natsumi (2003-2009) 721,314
Country Girls (1999-2009 / 2015-Present) 539,123*
Fujimoto Miki (2002-2009) 536,484
Buono! (2007-2017) 494,141*
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
Juice=Juice (2013-Present) 267,145*
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
MilkyWay (2008-2009) 86,314
Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai (2007) 75,896
Ongaku Gatas (2007-2009) 67,575
Kira☆Pika (2007) 52,359
Kobushi Factory (2015-Present) 47,362*
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

17,423

1,886,665

2011 518,450 2,405,115
2012 742,762 3,844,543
2013 348,997* 4,193,540*

Hello! Project Products Price List (in Yen)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

See AlsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ For leadership periods that begin or end with a inexact date (month and year are only provided), the length is calculated by the first day of that month.

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