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YOROSENLOGO

Yorosen! Logo

YOROSENVOL7

Yorosen! Vol.7

YOROSENVOL6

Yorosen! Vol.6

YOROSENVOL5

Yorosen! Vol.5

YOROSENVOL4

Yorosen! Vol.4

YOROSENVOL3

Yorosen! Vol.3

YOROSENVOL2

Yorosen! Vol.2

YOROSENVOL1

Yorosen! Vol.1

Yorosen! (よろセン!: I am cool teacher - a slang shortening of "Yoroshiku sensei!") was a late-night daily Japanese education TV program featuring Hello! Project members as teacher and students. It aired on TV Tokyo from October 6, 2008 to March 27, 2009 (weekdays only) with a running time of about 7 minutes. Yorosen! was the replacement for Berikyuu!, and was later itself replaced by Bijo Houdan.

Yorosen showcased the 3 main groups of Hello! Project at the time: Morning Musume, Berryz Koubou, and ℃-ute. Each episode ended with a segment by Mano Erina.

ConceptEdit

Each week one Hello! Project member would become the teacher to the other members of her group, often dressing in outfits related to the subject matter they were teaching. The subject matter ranged from world leaders to cute animals and everything in between. In a Hello! Project TV tradition, shows relating to food often had the teacher or special student eating the food in question as the fellow members were forced to watch.

Featured MembersEdit

Weekly Episode ListEdit

Week Episodes Air Dates Teacher Students Topic
Week 1 Episodes 1-5 2008.10.06 - 2008.10.10 Tanaka Reina Morning Musume Prime Ministers
Week 2 Episodes 6-10 2008.10.13 - 2008.10.17 Kusumi Koharu Sumo Westling
Week 3 Episodes 11-15 2008.10.20 - 2008.10.24 Takahashi Ai Edo Period
Week 4 Episodes 16-20 2008.10.27 - 2008.10.31 Kamei Eri Tuna
Week 5 Episodes 21-25 2008.11.03 - 2008.11.07 Sugaya Risako Berryz Koubou Fantasy
Week 6 Episodes 26-30 2008.11.10 - 2008.11.14 Shimizu Saki Yakiniku
Week 7 Episodes 31-35 2008.11.17 - 2008.11.21 Tsugunaga Momoko Appliances
Week 8 Episodes 36-40 2008.11.24 - 2008.11.18 Suzuki Airi ℃-ute Golf
Week 9 Episodes 41-45 2008.12.01 - 2008.12.05 Nakajima Saki The World's Greatest People!
Week 10 Episodes 46-50 2008.12.08 - 2008.12.12 Kumai Yurina Berryz Koubou Fashion
Week 11 Episodes 51-55 2008.12.15 - 2008.12.19 Yajima Maimi ℃-ute International Side Dishes
Week 12 Episodes 56-60 2008.12.22 - 2008.12.26 Umeda Erika Christmas Cooking
Week 13 Episodes 61-65 2009.01.05 - 2009.01.09 Niigaki Risa Morning Musume Coming of Age Celebrations
Week 14 Episode 66 2009.01.12
Week 14 Episodes 67-70 2009.01.13 - 2009.01.16 Mitsui Aika Pets
Week 15 Episodes 71-74 2009.01.19 - 2009.01.23
Week 15 Episode 75 2009.01.23 Linlin China
Week 16 Episodes 75-80 2009.01.26 - 2009.01.30
Week 17 Episodes 81-85 2009.02.02 - 2009.02.06 Arihara Kanna ℃-ute & Michishige Sayumi Arts
Week 18 Episodes 85-90 2009.02.09 - 2009.02.13 Okai Chisato Sports
Week 19 Episodes 90-95 2009.02.16 - 2009.02.20 Michishige Sayumi ℃-ute Railroads
Week 20 Episodes 95-100 2009.02.23 - 2009.02.27 Junjun Berryz Koubou Train Station Lunch Boxes
Week 21 Episodes 101-105 2009.03.02 - 2009.03.06 Natsuyaki Miyabi Games
Week 22 Episodes 106-110 2009.03.09 - 2009.03.13 Tokunaga Chinami Ecology
Week 23 Episodes 111-115 2009.03.16 - 2009.03.20 Sudo Maasa Ping Pong
Week 24 Episodes 116-120 2009.03.23 - 2009.03.27 Hagiwara Mai N/A Recap of selected 'Yorosen!' Episodes
Week 25 Episodes 121-125 Unaired [1] ℃-ute & Michishige Sayumi English
  1. The segment appeared in the Yorosen! DVD Vol. 07

ControversyEdit

On December 4, 2008 an episode featuring ℃-ute aired that caused controversy. The episode, titled "The World's Greatest People!", featured a segment regarding Adolf Hitler in which Nakajima Saki drew a picture of him, praised his speeches, and the group imitated his supposed height complex; likely confusing him with Napoléon Bonaparte. This forced both TV Tokyo and the production company SSM to issue apologies. TV Tokyo issued a statement saying the show contained "Improper contents based on an insufficient knowledge of history." SSM issued a statement stating "The check system inside our company was lacking" and a "promise to be more careful in preventing a similar incident from happening again in the future." Soon after, it was announced that Yorosen! was to end, and that SSM would be ending their relationship with Hello! Project.

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