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ANGERME at a Glance

ANGERME (アンジュルム), formerly known as S/mileage (スマイレージ), is a Japanese pop group within Hello! Project. Originally started as an indies Hello Pro Egg unit in 2009, S/mileage was formed by four first generation members with the possibility that the line-up would be shuffled. The group graduated from Hello Pro Egg in 2010 and became full members of Hello! Project. The group changed their name in late 2014 to ANGERME to celebrate the third generation members and signify a turning point in the group's image.

Now comprised of members across eight generations, ANGERME's combined CD and DVD sales exceed 1,000,000 copies in Japan alone. ANGERME's highest selling single is "Watashi wo Tsukuru no wa Watashi / Zenzen Okiagarenai SUNDAY" with 76,558 copies sold, while their lowest selling major label single is "Koi ni Booing Buu!" with 20,954 copies sold.


Main article: ANGERME Members

Takeuchi Akari

Sasaki Rikako

Kamikokuryo Moe

Nov. 23, 1997 (22)
2nd Gen
Blue Colorball Blue
May 28, 2001 (19)
3rd Gen
Yellow Colorball Yellow
Oct. 24, 1999 (20)
4th Gen
AquaBlue Colorball Aqua Blue
Kasahara Momona

Funaki Musubu

Kawamura Ayano

Oct. 22, 2003 (16)
5th Gen
DeepPink Colorball Deep Pink
May 10, 2002 (18)
6th Gen
YellowGreen Colorball Yellow-Green
Graduating 2020
July 7, 1999 (21)
6th Gen
LightPurple Colorball Light Purple
Oota Haruka

Ise Layla

Hashisako Rin

Oct. 21, 2003 (16)
7th Gen
BrightGreen Colorball Bright Green
Activities Suspended
Jan. 19, 2004 (16)
7th Gen
LightOrange Colorball Light Orange
Oct. 6, 2005 (14)
8th Gen
PureRed Colorball Pure Red

1st Generation (2009)
  • Wada Ayaka (和田彩花; Red Colorball Red) (Graduated: June 18, 2019; Leader 2009-2019)
  • Maeda Yuuka (前田憂佳; Pink Colorball Pink) (Graduated: December 31, 2011)
  • Fukuda Kanon (福田花音; DeepPink Colorball Deep Pink) (Graduated: November 29, 2015)
  • Ogawa Saki (小川紗季; YellowGreen Colorball Yellow-Green) (Graduated: August 27, 2011)
2nd Generation and Sub-Member (2011)
  • Nakanishi Kana (中西香菜; LightPink Colorball Light Pink) (Graduated: December 10, 2019; Sub-leader 2015-2019)
  • Katsuta Rina (勝田里奈; Orange Colorball Orange) (Graduated: September 25, 2019)
  • Tamura Meimi (田村芽実; Purple Colorball Purple) (Graduated: May 30, 2016)
  • Kosuga Fuyuka (小数賀芙由香; Orange Colorball Orange) (Left: September 9, 2011; Sub-Member)
3rd Generation (2014)
  • Murota Mizuki (室田瑞希; LightBlue Colorball Light Blue) (Graduated: March 22, 2020)
  • Aikawa Maho (相川茉穂; Green Colorball Green) (Graduated: December 31, 2017)



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2004-2009: Prior to FormationEdit

In June 2004, Wada Ayaka, Maeda Yuuka, Fukuda Kanon and Ogawa Saki were selected to join the first generation of Hello Pro Egg along with 28 other girls. Prior to debuting, Wada, Maeda and Fukuda were members of the group Shugo Chara Egg!.

2009: FormationEdit

On April 4, Tsunku announced a new Hello Pro Egg unit, lineup subject to change, with Wada Ayaka, Maeda Yuuka, Fukuda Kanon and Ogawa Saki as the original members.[2] The group was given the name "S/mileage" on May 8.[3][4] They would continue activities in Hello Pro Egg while they were an indies unit with plans for a major debut later that year. At some point during this time, Wada Ayaka was announced as the leader of S/mileage.

On June 7, S/mileage's first indie single, "aMa no Jaku", was released and sold at 2009 Hello! Project Shinjin Kouen 6gatsu ~Nakano STEP!~, a Hello Pro Egg concert where the song was also performed.

On September 23, S/mileage released their second indies single, "Asu wa Date na no ni, Imasugu Koe ga Kikitai", which was sold and performed at 2009 Hello! Project Shinjin Kouen 9gatsu ~Yokohama Jump!~.

On November 23, S/mileage released their third indies single, "Suki-chan", which was sold and performed at 2009 Hello! Project Shinjin Kouen 11gatsu ~Yokohama Fire!~. During the concert, a video message from Tsunku was played for S/mileage. Tsunku announced that they would be graduating from Hello Pro Egg and would be making their major debut in 2010 without any member changes.

Some time in December 2009, the group's official name was changed to the katakana version of their name (スマイレージ), though it is still romanized as S/mileage.

2010: Major DebutEdit

In January, S/mileage performed alongside major Hello! Project units at Hello! Project 2010 Winter Kachou Fuugetsu.

On February 28, Tsunku announced that in order for the group to debut, 10,000 pictures of people smiling had to be collected by March 25. This could be done through internet submission[5] as well as the members themselves taking pictures at events. If the goal was not achieved, their debut might be postponed or even cancelled. The results would be announced on April 3. If successful, they would debut in May.

On March 14, S/mileage released their fourth indies single, "Otona ni Narutte Muzukashii!!!". This was also the first day of their joint concert with Mano Erina, Special Joint 2010 Haru ~Kansha Mankai! Mano Erina 2 Shuunen Totsunyuu & S/mileage Major Debut e Sakura Sake! Live~.

On March 20, S/mileage appeared as the opening act at ℃-ute's concert C-ute Concert Tour 2010 Haru ~Shocking LIVE~.

On April 3, S/mileage performed the last day of their joint concert with Mano Erina. Tsunku announced at the concert that S/mileage would indeed make their major debut and revealed a completed mosaic of the collected pictures. In all, 16,000 pictures were gathered, 3,110 of them by the members themselves. With 135 pictures in a 2-3 hour period, Fukuda Kanon held the record for most amount of pictures at one time.

On April 4, Hime Chen! Otogi Chikku Idol Lilpri premiered. Wada Ayaka, Maeda Yuuka, and Fukuda Kanon provided voices for the main characters and later formed the fictional unit Lilpri to perform songs for the anime. The S/mileage song "Otona ni Narutte Muzukashii!!!" was was used as the first ending theme.

On May 26, S/mileage officially graduated from Hello Pro Egg and released their major debut single, "Yumemiru Fifteen". The song had been previously performed at their concert with Mano Erina as well as Hello Pro Egg events.

On July 28, S/mileage released their second single, "○○ Ganbaranakutemo Eenende!!"

From August 18 to 22, S/mileage performed in the Gekiharo stage play Obaachanchi no Curry Rice ~Smile Recipe~.

On September 29, S/mileage released their third single, "Onaji Jikyuu de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama".

On December 8, S/mileage released their first album, Warugaki ①. It contained all of their singles, both indies and major label, up to that point. It reached #8 on the weekly Oricon chart and sold 11,848 copies.

On November 20, S/mileage was announced to have won a Newcomer Award from the 52nd Japan Record Awards.[6] At the ceremony on December 30 they were additionally announced as the winner of the Best Newcomer Award, beating out other Newcomers ICONIQ, Kikuchi Madoka, and Girls' Generation.[7]

2011: Additions and DeparturesEdit

On February 9, S/mileage released their fourth single, "Short Cut". All members cut their hair short for the single.

On April 3, S/mileage celebrated their first anniversary. In honor of their first anniversary, Tsunku announced that in June, the first audition seeking members for S/mileage would be held, S/mileage Shin Member Boshuu!. He revealed that they were looking for up to six new girls who would be "sub-members" pending a major debut in the group.

On April 20, S/mileage released their fifth single, "Koi ni Booing Buu!".

On August 10, S/mileage released their sixth single, "Uchouten LOVE". It sold 29,328 copies in its first week, making it the highest first-week sales by S/mileage at that time.

It was announced that S/mileage would be on 2011's "24H TV Marathon" alongside ℃-ute.

On August 14, five girls were announced as the winners of the S/mileage audition and were added to the group as sub-members: Nakanishi Kana, Kosuga Fuyuka, and Tamura Meimi, along with two Hello Pro Kenshuusei members, Takeuchi Akari and Katsuta Rina.

On August 24, it was announced on the S/mileage website that Ogawa Saki would graduate from S/mileage and Hello! Project on August 27, 2011, at the live event of Uchouten LOVE at Higashi Betsuin Hall in Nagoya.[8] Due to the last minute announcement, no special graduation or ceremony was held and Ogawa became the first of the original members to leave.

Comment from Ogawa Saki[8]
Thank you for always supporting me.

As of 2011/08/27, Ogawa Saki, will graduate from S/mileage as well as Hello! Project.

Since our major debut last year in May, I have enjoyed every single day as part of S/mileage.

However, somewhere down in my heart, I felt there was a gap between myself and the S/mileage me. I have talked it over with the staff many times and have been constantly worrying about it, and with everyone working their hardest to move forward and myself still uncertain of things, I decided that it was not in the best interest of S/mileage and I will return to being just a normal girl.

I apologize for the last minute announcement.

While there may be feelings of sadness, S/mileage will always be a group with it’s trademark smile!

I’ll be working my hardest to end with a smile until my last event on 8/27, I know there isn’t a lot of time left but I hope you can support me!

The new members will power up S/mileage after I graduate so I hope you’ll continue to support them.

Thank you very much for all your support up til now.


S/mileage Ogawa Saki

On September 9, less than a month after the addition of the new sub-members, it was announced that sub-member Kosuga Fuyuka would be leaving S/mileage due to severe anemia. She would later join Hello Pro Kenshuusei after her long recovery.[9] On September 28, her only single with the group, "Tachiagirl", was released after her departure from the group.

On September 15, it was announced on S/mileage's official YouTube channel that on September 18, the evening performance of S/mileage Concert Tour 2011 Aki ~Gyakushuu no Mini Skirt~ would be streamed live on YouTube at 6PM JST.

On September 18, it was revealed that on October 16, there would be an announcement concerning which sub-member(s) would become full members through a S/mileage photo campaign for the sub-members.[10]

On October 16, at the release event for “Tachiagirl” at the Kanagawa Yokohama Bridge, it was announced that all four sub-members passed and became full members of S/mileage.[11]

On October 25, it was announced that Maeda Yuuka would retire from the entertainment industry on December 31st in order to concentrate, study, and prepare for a entrance exam for university.[12]

Comment from Maeda Yuuka[12]
Thank you for always supporting me.

I, Maeda Yuuka, as of 2011/12/31, will be graduating from S/mileage and Hello! Project.

Just the other day at our event, the 4 sub members became official members which made me really happy, but at the same time made me realize that it was this timing that I had to use to tell you all something very important.

Since becoming a high school student, I have been unable to keep up with my S/mileage work and school at the same time and it has bothered me a great deal. I started to think about my future and realized that my desire to attend a university had grown a lot over time. I was wondering if, at this rate, if I would be able to handle both school work and S/mileage, I was really only able to give a half-hearted effort on both things… and was always getting help from other people, and I really disliked that part about me. I thought to myself “Things aren’t going to work out if it keeps going like this”.

I need to work a lot harder if I want to attend a university. But that had always been just talk, up til now nothing had really changed…

If I let these feelings continue, it would not be fair to the other members, nor to all the fans that support me.

I thought a lot about it. I may not be very bright but I put all my energy into thinking about this… and came up with this as the only possible option.

As of now with the four new members joining, it has been a joy to spend every day with the members. To the original members, to the new members, and to all o

Thank you for you who have always supported me, I am very very grateful.

Although it may be sad, we have a new single featuring the 7 of us coming out on 12/28, and I will be working my hardest ever to make this the best one yet!

I am very grateful to so many people, and hope to really enjoy these remaining 2 months, and finish with a smile in the S/mileage way!

Please continue to support Smileage from here on after.


S/mileage Maeda Yuuka

Maeda, who had been a member of S/mileage ever since its formation back in April 2009, commented, “I noticed that my feeling of wanting to go to college has been getting bigger and bigger.” Producer, Tsunku also commented, “Though she could have worn two hats (juggling career & school), she is the type of a girl who wants to put all of her full effort into one thing.”[12]

On December 28, Maeda Yuuka's birthday, S/mileage's released their eighth single, "Please Miniskirt Postwoman!". It was Maeda Yuka's final single with S/mileage. Three days later, Maeda graduated from S/mileage and Hello! Project on December 31 at a release event for the single.


On February 1st, S/mileage released their 9th single, "Choto Mate Kudasai!". It was their first single without Maeda Yuuka.

On May 2, they released their 10th single, "Dot Bikini".

On May 20, they released their first best album, S/mileage Best Album Kanzenban ①.

In late June, they announced their eleventh single, "Suki yo, Junjou Hankouki", to be released on August 22.

On July 28 and 29, S/mileage had their first fanclub tour in Yamanashi.

In late August, not long after the release of their eleventh single on the 22, S/mileage announced their 12th single, "Samui ne.", to be released on November 28. It was also announced that S/mileage would be releasing their second album, in 2013.


On March 20, S/mileage released their 13th single, "Tabidachi no Haru ga Kita". On March 22, the single ranked #1 in the daily Oricon charts, making it the first single to reach that position. Two days later, it was announced that their 2nd album, ② Smile Sensation, would be released on May 22.

On July 4, it was announced that S/mileage and Berryz Koubou would take part in a Gekiharo musical, Warera Jeanne ~Shoujo Seisen Kageki~. The musical ran from September 6 to 16.

On July 7, they released their fourteenth single, "Atarashii Watashi ni Nare! / Yattaruchan". It was their first double A-side single.

On August 16, it was announced S/mileage and ℃-ute would have a joint live house fanclub tour, titled Naruchika 2013 Aki ℃-ute x S/mileage, from October 5 to December 8.

On November 1, a mini-tour for S/mileage, called S/mileage Live Tour 2013 Aki ~Smile Charge~, was announced on the official Hello! Project website. The tour began on November 12 in Saitama and ended on December 12 in Gunma.

During their concert at Live House in Harajuku, it was announced that they would have their 1st Spring tour called S/mileage Live Tour 2014 Haru ~Smile Charge~, it began on January 23 and ended on May 25.

On December 18, S/mileage released their fifteenth single, "Ee ka!? / "Ii Yatsu"". It ranked #3 in the Oricon's weekly single chart and sold total of 37,141 copies, becoming their highest selling single to date.

2014: Nippon Budokan & Major ChangesEdit

On March 29, Tsunku announced at Hello! Project Hina Fest 2014 ~Full Course~ via VTR that S/mileage would have their first Budokan Live, S/mileage LIVE 2014 Natsu FULL CHARGE ~715 Nippon Budokan~, on July 15. They were expected to sell at least 8,000 tickets.

On April 30, S/mileage released their sixteenth single, "Mystery Night! / Eighteen Emotion".

On August 2, S/mileage attended the 2014 Tokyo Idol Festival. On August 3, S/mileage also appeared on the SMILE GARDEN live stage as a special opening act.[13]

On August 18, it was announced that S/mileage's official website would be closing on August 31.

On August 20, S/mileage released their seventeenth single, "Aa Susukino / Chikyuu wa Kyou mo Ai wo Hagukumu".

On September 24, S/mileage gave an important announcement during Hello! Project Station: the group would change its name and welcome new members from Hello! Pro Kenshuusei as the 3rd generation. There would be a contest in which fans could submit suggestions for the group's new name.

On October 4, three new members were announced as 3rd generation members: Murota Mizuki, Aikawa Maho and Sasaki Rikako.

On November 26, S/mileage performed as the opening for Morning Musume '14 Concert Tour Aki GIVE ME MORE LOVE ~Michishige Sayumi Sotsugyou Kinen Special~ in Yokohama Arena. They performed "Eighteen Emotion" with the 3rd generation, marking this as their first performance as a 9 member line-up.

On December 17, S/mileage's new name was revealed as "ANGERME". The announcement was made on the last day of their 2014 fall tour, S/mileage Live Tour 2014 Aki ~FULL CHARGE~. The name was proposed by second generation member Nakanishi Kana, and comes from a combination of the French words for angel (ange) and tear (larme).


On January 2, ANGERME announced they would have a second Budokan concert on May 26.

On February 4, ANGERME released their eighteenth single (and their first under their new name), "Taiki Bansei / Otome no Gyakushuu". It peaked at #1 on the Oricon Daily Chart and sold 48,578 copies, becoming their highest selling single at the time.

On March 18, the final product using the S/mileage name, S/mileage Live Tour 2014 Aki ~FULL CHARGE~ FINAL in O-EAST, was released.

On April 14, the group was announced as one of the ambassadors for the first annual Aidorisai ~Idol Matsuri~ contest in which indie idol groups cover anime songs.[14]

On May 20, Fukuda Kanon announced that she would be graduating from ANGERME and Hello! Project in the fall.[15] It was later confirmed that her graduation would take place at the ANGERME First Concert Tour 2015 Aki "Hyakka Ryouran" finale on November 29 at Nippon Budokan.

On May 26, at ANGERME STARTING LIVE TOUR SPECIAL @ Nippon Budokan "Taiki Bansei", ANGERME announced they would release their 19th single, "Nana Korobi Ya Oki / Gashin Shoutan / Mahou Tsukai Sally", on July 22. "Mahou Tsukai Sally" was the requirement song for the Aidorisai ~Idol Matsuri~ contest.[16]

On June 24, it was announced on Hello! Project Station by Wada Ayaka that the group would be holding their second audition, 2015 ANGERME Shin Member Audition, starting on July 2.

On August 14, ANGERME performed at TV Asahi's Coca-Cola Summer Station Live.[17]

On August 27, during ANGERME Live Tour 2015 SUMMER / AUTUMN ~FIGHTING NINE~, ANGERME announced that their 20th single would be released on November 4 and that it would be Fukuda Kanon's graduation single.[18] The release date was later changed to November 11, 2015.[19] 

On November 11, ANGERME released their 20th single, "Desugita Kui wa Utarenai / Dondengaeshi / Watashi". At the release event for this single, Kamikokuryo Moe was announced as the sole winner of the 2015 ANGERME Shin Member Audition and new fourth generation member of the group.[20]

On November 29, Fukuda Kanon graduated at the ANGERME First Concert Tour 2015 Aki "Hyakka Ryouran" finale at Nippon Budokan.

On December 16, ANGERME performed at Fuji TV's 2015 FNS Kayousai THE LIVE, alongside Morning Musume '15 and ℃-ute.[21]

On December 20, during the ANGERME Christmas fanclub event, it was announced that Tamura Meimi would graduate from ANGERME and Hello! Project in spring 2016.


On January 2, at the opening day concert of Hello! Project 2016 WINTER ~DANCING! SINGING! EXCITING!~, Tamura Meimi's graduation date was announced to be on May 30 at Nippon Budokan.

On April 27, ANGERME released their 21st single, "Tsugitsugi Zokuzoku / Itoshima Distance / Koi Nara Tokku ni Hajimatteru." It is the first single to feature Kamikokuryo Moe and the last single to feature Tamura Meimi.

At the first Hello! Project 2016 SUMMER concert on July 16, ANGERME made a surprise announcement that Hello Pro Kenshuusei member Kasahara Momona had joined the group as a fifth generation member.[22]

ANGERME was invited to perform on Fuji TV's 2016 FNS Uta no Natsu Matsuri on July 18 with ℃-ute and Morning Musume '16.[23]

On October 19, ANGERME released their 22nd single and first single to feature Kasahara Momona, "Umaku Ienai / Ai no Tame Kyou Made Shinkashite Kita Ningen, Ai no Tame Subete Taikashita Ningen / Wasurete Ageru."

In December, ANGERME collaborated with comedians Joujou Gundan to promote Morinaga DARS's "Dars no Hi" on December 12.[24] They released a web video series in which they cooked with DARS chocolate.[25]


On January 11, it was announced that Aikawa Maho would suspend activities for the time being in order to rest and receive treatment for panic disorder.[26]

On March 25, it was announced that Morning Musume '17 and ANGERME would be featured in a Idol Nama Gassen web service game by Asobista, titled Hello! Project Hina Fest Idol Nama Gassen Kunitori Tenka Touitsu Hen.[27][28] The "live battle" event was held on April 16, with Miyazaki Yuka standing in for Aikawa Maho.

On April 17, they were appointed as one of the ambassadors for the Aidorisai 2017 ~Idol Matsuri~ contest.[29]

On June 21, ANGERME released their 23rd single, "Ai Sae Areba Nanni mo Iranai / Namida Iro no Ketsui / Majokko Megu-chan". It does not feature Aikawa, who was still on medical hiatus during its production period.[30]

In the June 23 episode of Upcoming, it was announced that ANGERME and Up Up Girls (Kari) would hold a joint battle of the bands style live on September 12 at Zepp DiverCity.[31] The live, which is sponsored by NTT docomo, is titled NTT docomo presents ANGERME VS Up Up Girls (Kari) ~THANK YOU! DEAR MY FRIENDS~.

On June 26, it was announced through a special episode of Hello! Project Station that Kawamura Ayano and Funaki Musubu, as a concurrent member from Country Girls, have joined ANGERME as new 6th generation members and would begin activities in the group in the Hello! Project 2017 SUMMER concert tour.[32][33][34]

On July 15, Murota Mizuki, Sasaki Rikako, Kamikokuryo Moe, and new member Kawamura Ayano appeared on TBS's Ongaku no Hi 2017 in a pre-recorded performance.[35][36] They were part of a special Hello! Project unit with Morning Musume '17 and a selection of members from Kobushi Factory and Tsubaki Factory.[37]

On December 13, ANGERME released their first DVD and Blu-ray single, "Manner Mode / Kisokutadashiku Utsukushiku / Kimi Dake ja nai sa...friends", which was also the debut of the 6th generation and the second single released without Aikawa Maho.

On December 31, an announcement was posted to the Hello! Project website, stating that Aikawa Maho had decided to graduate from both ANGERME and Hello! Project, after having been on hiatus from activities for the past eleven months.[38]


On April 5, it was announced that Wada would graduate from ANGERME and Hello! Project at the end of ANGERME's 2019 spring tour.[39]

Throughout the whole month of May, ANGERME opened a pop-up café in collaboration with SWEETS PARADISE in Shinjuku; and only on May 10, at SWEETS PARADISE's Trattoria PARADiSO location in Ikebukuro Sunshine City.[40]

On May 9, ANGERME released their 24th single, "Nakenai ze・・・Kyoukan Sagi / Uraha=Lover / Kimi Dake ja nai sa...friends (2018 Acoustic Ver.)".

On July 21, they released the digital song "Natsu Shougun".[41]

On August 12, they performed at the ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL 2018 on the Buzz Stage.[42]

On October 31, ANGERME released their 25th single, "Tade Kuu Mushi mo Like it! / 46okunen LOVE".

On November 19, ANGERME announced they would reveal one or more members during the ANGERME 2018 Aki "Denkousekka" concert on November 23 at Pacifico Yokohama.[43][44] During the first MC, the new members were revealed to be newcomer Ise Layla from the Hello! Project "ONLY YOU" Audition and Oota Haruka from Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido.[45][46] They would start performing with the group after the new year in the Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! Hello! Project 2019 WINTER concert tour.[47]

On December 29, ANGERME performed at rockin'on presents COUNTDOWN JAPAN 18/19 at Makuhari Messe.[48]


On March 22, it was announced that ANGERME was appointed as an official supporter for the Aidorisai 2019 ~Idol Matsuri~ contest along with Juice=Juice, Up Up Girls (Kari), The World Standard, and Chuning Candy.[49] This is the group's first time being appointed as official supporters for the annual contest after they were ambassadors in 2015 and 2017.[50]

On April 10, they released their 26th single "Koi wa Accha Accha / Yumemita Fifteen", which is the debut of the 7th generation and also leader Wada Ayaka's last.

From May 3 to May 26, ANGERME opened a pop-up café named "ANGE/ROOM" in collaboration with AREA-Q in Shibuya.[51]

On May 15, ANGERME released the album Rinnetenshou ~ANGERME Past, Present & Future~.

On May 24, they published their first mook titled ANGERMOOK, which was produced and edited by actresses and models Aoi Yu and Kikuchi Akiko who are both fans of the group.[52]

On May 25, during the night performance of ANGERME Concert Tour 2019 Haru ~Rinnetenshou~ in Chiba, leader Wada Ayaka announced that after her graduation Takeuchi Akari would become the new leader of ANGERME and Kawamura Ayano would become a new sub-leader alongside current sub-leader Nakanishi Kana.[53][54] Wada declared that seniority is not a rule within ANGERME, and due to age and career history not being important to the group, she saw the opportunity to create a new leadership system based on merit that she hopes would be kept in the future.[55]

On June 18, Wada Ayaka graduated from ANGERME and Hello! Project in the Hello Pro Premium ANGERME Concert Tour 2019 Haru Final Wada Ayaka Sotsugyou Special Rinnetenshou ~Aru Toki Umareta Ai no Teishou~ at Nippon Budokan.[56][57]

On June 26, Katsuta Rina announced that she would graduate from ANGERME and Hello! Project on September 25 at Pacifico Yokohama to pursue a fashion-related career.[58]

On June 30, they performed at FUKUOKA MUSIC FES at Fukuoka Yahuoku! Dome.[59][60]

In episode #296 of Hello! Project Station uploaded on July 3, ANGERME made an announcement regarding the group's new system.[61][62] It was decided that one new member, Hashisako Rin from Hello Pro Kenshuusei, would join the group. She was introduced on stage during the Hello! Project 2019 SUMMER concert tour from July 13.[63][64]

On August 2, ANGERME performed at TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL 2019.[65]

On August 4, ANGERME performed at rockin'on presents ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL 2019 on the SOUND OF FOREST stage.[66][67]

On September 25, Katsuta Rina graduated from the group and Hello! Project in the ANGERME 2019 Aki "Next Page" ~Katsuta Rina Sotsugyou Special~ held at Pacifico Yokohama.[68]

On September 28, they will perform in the Rakuten GirlsAward 2019 AUTUMN/WINTER at Makuhari Messe.[69]

On September 30, Nakanishi Kana announced that she will graduate from ANGERME and Hello! Project at the final concert of the ANGERME Live Tour 2019 Natsu Aki "Next Page" at Toyosu PIT on December 10.[70][71]

On October 18, with the announcement of Country Girls suspending activities, it was announced that Funaki Musubu will be graduating from ANGERME and Hello! Project in March 2020 and taking a break from the entertainment industry in order to study dancing.[72]

On November 20, the group released their 27th single "Watashi wo Tsukuru no wa Watashi / Zenzen Okiagarenai SUNDAY", which is the debut single of Hashisako Rin and last to feature 2nd generation members Katsuta Rina, who graduated two months before its release, and Nakanishi Kana.[73]

On November 27, ANGERME performed in the Tower Records 40 Shuunen Pop'n Idol 04 event at TSUTAYA O-EAST.[74][75]

On December 29, ANGERME performed at rockin'on presents COUNTDOWN JAPAN 19/20 held at Makuhari Messe.[76]


On January 2, during Hello! Project 2020 Winter HELLO! PROJECT IS [     ] ~side A~, ANGERME announced that they would hold an audition for new members, titled ANGERME ONLY ONE Audition ~Watashi wo Tsukuru no wa Watashi~, which opened for applications on January 11.[77][78]

On January 22, it was announced that Murota Mizuki would graduate from both ANGERME and Hello! Project on March 22 at Hello! Project Hina Fes 2020 <ANGERME Premium>. It was also announced that Funaki Musubu's graduation would be postponed to the end of ANGERME Concert Tour 2020 Haru ROCK ON! LOCK ON! on June 12.[79][80]

On February 28, it was announced that Oota Haruka has been suspended from all activities for an indeterminate amount of time due to rule violations. Any information on resumption of activities will follow at a later date.[81]

On March 22, Murota Mizuki graduated from both ANGERME and Hello! Project at Hello! Project Hina Fes 2020 <ANGERME Premium>.

On April 21, it was announced that Funaki Musubu and Miyamoto Karin's graduations set for June 2020 would be postponed to a later date due to the government's declaration of emergency following the spread of the coronavirus getting worse. Both stated that they wanted to graduate in front of an audience, and thus made the decision to postpone their graduations.[82]

On August 26, the group released their 28th single "Kagiriaru Moment / Mirror Mirror".

Group Name OriginsEdit


S/mileage was named by Tsunku. On May 7, 2009, he revealed the group's name to be "S/mileage".[4] He explained that the name "S/mileage" is taken from "Smile," "Mileage," and "Age," and that it means "the age of smiles." The name was later changed from romaji to the katakana reading "スマイレージ".


ANGERME (アンジュルム) was named by second generation member Nakanishi Kana. The name comes from a combination of the French words for ange (angel) and larme (tear).[83] Nakanishi explained that she wanted the members of ANGERME, the angels, to work together to achieve their goals, and once they reach them, be overcome with happiness and cry.

Activities Outside JapanEdit

On January 28, 2018, ANGERME announced they would be holding their first overseas concert in Paris, France on June 3.[84] It was later announced in April 2018, that ANGERME would also hold their first Asia tour after their France concert: in South Korea on June 29, Hong Kong on June 30, and Taiwan on July 1.[85] To promote the concerts, they were the first Hello! Project group to hold Facebook and Twitter live Q&A sessions on May 20 and 21.[86][87]

On September 7, 2019, the group held their first concert in Mexico.[88] A series of Facebook live Q&As with ANGERME members were broadcasted as promotion for the concert,[89] beginning on May 23 with Wada Ayaka, who would not be in the concert due to her graduation from the group in June.[90] The second Q&A was held on June 16 with Takeuchi Akari, Kawamura Ayano, Oota Haruka, and Ise Layla;[91][92] the third was on July 3 with Nakanishi Kana, Katsuta Rina, and Kasahara Momona; and the fourth was on July 4 with Takeuchi, Murota Mizuki, and Funaki Musubu.[93][94] The fifth Q&A on July 23 was with Murota, Kawamura, and Morning Musume '19 guests Ishida Ayumi and Nonaka Miki; and the sixth on July 25 was with Kamikokuryo Moe, Kasahara, and Juice=Juice guests Takagi Sayuki and Miyamoto Karin.[95]


See also: ANGERME Discography

Indie Singles
  1. [2009.06.07] aMa no Jaku
  2. [2009.09.23] Asu wa Date na no ni, Imasugu Koe ga Kikitai
  3. [2009.11.23] Suki-chan
  4. [2010.03.14] Otona ni Narutte Muzukashii!!!
Major Singles
  1. [2010.05.26] Yumemiru Fifteen
  2. [2010.07.28] ○○ Ganbaranakutemo Eenende!!
  3. [2010.09.29] Onaji Jikyuu de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama
  4. [2011.02.09] Short Cut
  5. [2011.04.27] Koi ni Booing Buu!
  6. [2011.08.03] Uchouten LOVE
  7. [2011.09.28] Tachiagirl
  8. [2011.12.28] Please Miniskirt Postwoman!
  9. [2012.02.01] Choto Mate Kudasai!
  10. [2012.05.02] Dot Bikini
  11. [2012.08.22] Suki yo, Junjou Hankouki.
  12. [2012.11.28] Samui ne.
  13. [2013.03.20] Tabidachi no Haru ga Kita
  14. [2013.07.03] Atarashii Watashi ni Nare! / Yattaruchan
  15. [2013.12.18] Ee ka!? / "Ii Yatsu"
  16. [2014.04.30] Mystery Night! / Eighteen Emotion
  17. [2014.08.20] Aa Susukino / Chikyuu wa Kyou mo Ai wo Hagukumu
  18. [2015.02.04] Taiki Bansei / Otome no Gyakushuu
  19. [2015.07.22] Nana Korobi Ya Oki / Gashin Shoutan / Mahou Tsukai Sally
  20. [2015.11.11] Desugita Kui wa Utarenai / Dondengaeshi / Watashi
  21. [2016.04.27] Tsugitsugi Zokuzoku / Itoshima Distance / Koi Nara Tokku ni Hajimatteru
  22. [2016.10.19] Umaku Ienai / Ai no Tame Kyou Made Shinkashite Kita Ningen, Ai no Tame Subete Taikashite Kita Ningen / Wasurete Ageru
  23. [2017.06.21] Ai Sae Areba Nanni mo Iranai / Namida Iro no Ketsui / Majokko Megu-chan
  24. [2018.05.09] Nakenai ze・・・Kyoukan Sagi / Uraha=Lover / Kimi Dake ja nai sa...friends (2018 Acoustic Ver.)
  25. [2018.10.31] Tade Kuu Mushi mo Like it! / 46okunen LOVE
  26. [2019.04.10] Koi wa Accha Accha / Yumemita Fifteen
  27. [2019.11.20] Watashi wo Tsukuru no wa Watashi / Zenzen Okiagarenai SUNDAY
  28. [2020.08.26] Kagiriaru Moment / Mirror Mirror
DVD/Blu-ray Singles
  1. [2017.12.13] Manner Mode / Kisokutadashiku Utsukushiku / Kimi Dake ja nai sa...friends
Soundtrack Singles
Collaboration Singles

Digital Songs

  1. [2010.01.31] Toe the line (FC Limited)
  2. [2010.06.16] Special Joint 2010 Haru ~Kansha Mankai! Mano Erina 2 Shuunen Totsunyuu & S/mileage Major Debut e Sakura Sake! Live~ (with Mano Erina)
  3. [2010.06.26] S/mileage Ouen Kikaku ~S/mileage Mega Bank vol.0~ & S/mileage Member Solo Event (FC Limited)
  4. [2010.09.28] Yume Miru 15-sai Debut Event (FC Limited)
  5. [2010.11.03] Obaachan Ie no Curry Rice ~Smile Recipe~
  6. [2010.12.29] Bijo Gaku Vol.2
  7. [2010.12.29] S/mileage 1st Live Fall Concert Tour 2010 ~Devil Smile Angel Smile~
  8. [2011.02.16] S/mileage no Music V Collection ①
  9. [2011.03.02] Bijo Gaku Vol.5
  10. [2011.06.08] Bijo Gaku Vol.10
  11. [2011.07.06] Bijo Gaku Vol.12
  12. [2011.07.13] ℃-ute & S/mileage Premium Live 2011 Haru ~℃ & S Collaboration Daisakusen~
  13. [2011.08.24] S/mileage 2011 Limited Live "S/mile Factory"
  14. [2011.09.21] S/mile Factory ~S/mileage 4nin de Saigo da YO! Medetai no ni!~
  15. [2011.12.12] S/mileage 2011 Fall Tour ~Gyakushuu no MINI SKIRT~
  16. [2011.12.21] S/mileage Zen Single MUSIC VIDEO Blu-ray File 2011
  17. [2012.05.16] S/mileage no Music V Collection ②
  18. [2012.05.23] Hello Pro! TIME Vol.7
  19. [2012.12.05] "S/mileage Best Album Kanzenban ①" Hatsubai Kinen Special Concert
  20. [2013.02.20] S/mileage Live Tour 2012 Aki ~Choi Kawa Banchou~
  21. [2013.11.20] S/mileage 2nd Original Album "② Smile Sensation" Hatsubai Kinen Event
  22. [2014.02.05] Warera Jeanne ~Shoujo Seisen Kageki~
  23. [2014.04.23] Naruchika 2013 Aki ℃-ute x S/mileage (with ℃-ute)
  24. [2014.05.14] S/mileage Live Tour 2013 Aki ~Smile Charge~
  25. [2014.09.24] LILIUM -Lilium Shoujo Junketsu Kageki- (with Morning Musume '14)
  26. [2014.11.12] S/mileage LIVE 2014 Natsu FULL CHARGE ~715 Nippon Budokan~
  27. [2015.01.21] S/mileage no Music V Collection ③


See also: ANGERME Publications



  • [2019.05.24] ANGERMOOK (アンジュルムック)



  • [2011] Youth Individual (若者の個々の)
  • [2012] Kaidan Shin Mimibukuro-Igyou (怪談新耳袋・異形)

New drama

  • [2010–2011] FIVE STARS (Maeda Yuuka, Fukuda Kanon) (Wednesdays)
  • [2013.01.06-2014.12.28] SS1422 (S/mileage Station 1422) (2nd generation members)
  • [2015.01.04-present] AS1422 (Angerme Station 1422) (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th generation members)


  • [2010.11.19] The 52nd Japan Record Awards 2010 "New Artist"
  • [2010.12.30] The 52nd Japan Record Awards 2010 "Best New Artist"


  • Their first three indies singles were released under the TNX indies label "Good Factory," but they were still signed to Up-Front at the time and were a part of Hello! Project.
  • The group originally consisted of four Hello Pro Kenshuusei members. As of November 2018, only 5 members of the group had not been a Kenshuusei before joining: Nakanishi KanaKosuga FuyukaTamura Meimi, Kamikokuryo Moe, and Ise Layla.
  • When the second generation was added, the group had the same number of members as Morning Musume until the graduation of Ogawa Saki.
  • Before joining the group, Tamura Meimi was in the Shugo Chara! Musical alongside Maeda Yuuka (who played Amu), Fukuda Kanon (who played Nadeshiko) and Wada Ayaka (who had a minor role).
  • In 2011, S/mileage added 5 new members, but lost 3 at the same time (Maeda Yuuka, Ogawa Saki, and Kosuga Fuyuka). This is the most gained and lost for the group.
  • They are the second group in Hello! Project to have an official "generation" joining after the group's debut, the first being Morning Musume.
  • After Maeda Yuuka's graduation, the remaining 1st Generation was called AyaKanon until Fukuda Kanon's graduation in November 2015.[96]
  • The 2nd Generation is called America (A→Akari, Me→Meimi, Ri→Rina, Ca(Ka) →Kana).[97]
  • They are the first group in Hello! Project to have performed in all 47 prefectures.[98]
  • In a interview in 2015, they declared war on Morning Musume '15, aiming to be the top group in Hello! Project.
  • During their time as S/mileage, they almost always wore short skirts as a part of their image.
    • The sub-members wore longer skirts than the 1st gen to show a rank within the group.
  • Popular actress Yu Aoi is a huge ANGERME fan and says that she loves all the members. She’s a “hako-oshi” who does not have one favorite member and says she likes the balance of all the members.
  • Wada Ayaka is the first Hello Pro Kenshuusei/Egg to have become Hello! Project leader.
  • Wada Ayaka is the first Hello Project leader who is not actually the oldest member in Hello Project. (Incidentally, Juice=Juice’s Miyazaki Yuka is older than Wada Ayaka).

Total Sales CountEdit

Year Group Sales Collaboration Sales Total Sales
2009 399 0 399
2010 107,138 8,385 115,523
2011 153,613 64,795 333,931
2012 103,711 0 437,642
2013 99,767 0 537,409
2014 72,057 9,182 618,648
2015 147,206 0 765,854
2016 92,856 0 858,710
2017 70,606 0 929,316
2018 101,449 0 1,030,765
2019 129,189 0 1,159,954
2020 0+ 0+ TBA

See AlsoEdit


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