Hello! Project Logo, 2017; 2019-present

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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 Chichuukai 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. As of June 2019, the current leader of Hello! Project is Morning Musume's leader Fukumura Mizuki.

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.[1] While Tsunku continues working with Hello! Project as a songwriter, UP-FRONT WORKS' chief director Hashimoto Shin became in charge of Hello! Project's overall music direction.[2] Three recording directors are also assigned to work on different groups with the occassional exception: Taisei, the keyboardist of Sharam Q, is in mainly charge of ANGERME and Juice=Juice; Yamao Masato is mainly in charge of Tsubaki Factory; and Kamata Koji is mainly in charge of Morning Musume '20 and all other songs written by Tsunku.[3][4]

History[edit | edit source]

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1997-2005[edit | edit source]

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.[5] 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.[6][7] The girls were set the task of selling 50,000 copies of "Ai no Tane", their demo single, in just five days.[8] They sold the required number of copies in four days, and subsequently became an official group.[9]

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.[10] 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 unit Tanpopo was create in late 1998 and the Second unit Petitmoni were created in late 1999.

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 November that same year, the Geinoujin Shin Unit Audition began on ASAYAN and the Pacific Dream Pop Singer Contest began in Hawaii. Taiyou to Ciscomoon and Coconuts Musume would be formed the following year in 1999 from the winners of these auditions. 

In March 1999, auditions for Country Musume were held on the TV Tokyo show Idol wo Sagase!. At the same time, the 1st Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Audition was held, resulting in the addition of Miyoshi Chinatsu as a soloist. 

In April 1999, the official fanclub was named Hello! Project. A month later in May, the 2nd Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Audition 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 (with the exception of 2004), after which the concept was abandoned in 2006.

In May 2000, Matsuura Aya became a soloist after participating in the 4th Morning Musume & Heike Michiyo Protegee Audition. Kitagami Ami and Oki Ibuki participated in the same audition, and went on to form Sheki-Dol the same year.

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,[11] 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.

Sheki-Dol announced they were going to disband in early 2002 due to a member needing medical care.

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.[12] 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" (ハロマゲドン) (a pun on "Hello" (ハロ) and "Armageddon" (ハルマゲドン)) and "the 7/31 incident" by fans.[13]

On May 5, 2003, Morning Musume sub-leader Yasuda Kei graduated from the group, and was subsequently announced as sub-leader of the entirety of Hello! Project.[14]

2006-2008[edit | edit source]

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.[15] On March 26, 2007, Kago was again caught smoking and her contract was instantly terminated.[16]

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.[17] 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.[18] 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.[19] She later transferred to Avex Entertainment in June 2008.[20]

In late 2007, Hello! Project started the Taiwan Hello! Project NEW STAR Audition, an audition aimed at recruiting Taiwanese members to join Hello! Project.[21]

In March 2008, Mano Erina left Hello Pro Egg and Ongaku Gatas to become a soloist.[22]

In April 2008, the debut of Hello Pro Kansai group SI☆NA was announced.[23] 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 under Hello Pro Taiwan.[24]

On October 19, 2008, Hello! Project announced that the Elder Club would graduate on March 31, 2009.[25][26]

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.[27]

2009-2012[edit | edit source]

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,[28] who only participated in Hello Pro Egg activities before withdrawing sometime after 2011.[29]

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.[30]

In April 2009, Tsunku announced a new group consisting of Hello Pro Egg members Wada Ayaka, Maeda Yuuka, Fukuda Kanon, and Ogawa Saki.[31] They were named S/mileage on May 8.[32]

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.[33]

On September 30, 2011, Takahashi Ai graduated and handed her position as leader of Morning Musume and Hello! Project over to Niigaki Risa.[34][35][36]

In late 2011, Hello! Project formed the unit Hello! Project Mobekimasu and released the single "Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku".[37]

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.[38][39] Mitsui Aika also graduated from Morning Musume and stayed in Hello! Project as a solo act.[40] 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♡,[41] Harvest, and GREEN FIELDS,[42] as well the creation of the TV show Hello! SATOYAMA Life.

2013-2015[edit | edit source]

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.[43]

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.[44] On February 25, their member colors and the unit's name Juice=Juice were revealed.[45]

Mano Erina graduated from Hello! Project on February 23, 2013.[46][47]

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.[48] A new SATOYAMA movement unit named Jurin was also announced in July 2013.[49]

On July 26, 2013, Hello! Project changed its logo.[50] The new logo had a navy blue background, which would later change to a brighter blue color,[51] 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.[52]

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.[53]

In March 2014, three new SATOYAMA & SATOUMI movement units named Sato no Akari, ODATOMO, and Triplet were announced.[54]

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.[55][56]

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.[57][58] Tsunku's resignation was unknown to public until September 2015, when he confessed to it in the memoir Dakara, Ikiru. he had released.[1]

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.[59]

On November 26, 2014, Michishige Sayumi graduated from Morning Musume '14 and Hello! Project at Yokohama Arena.[60] 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.[61]

On December 17, 2014, following the announcement made in September that they would add third generation members and also be changing the group name,[62] S/mileage's new name was revealed to be ANGERME.[63][64]

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.[65] On February 25, the group's name was revealed to be Kobushi Factory.[66] 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.[67] 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, 2015, another new unit composed of six Hello Pro Kenshuusei members was announced to Japanese media and on Hello! Project Station.[68][69][70] 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 July 21, 2015, Hello! Project officially opened their first official smartphone app, Hello! Project Mobile or "Hello! Moba" for short. The 400 yen monthly subscription plan allowed users of the app to gain access to exclusive content such as "Hello! Gacha" or the popular Pocket Morning questionnaires. Users with the 700 yen monthly subscription plan could also gain access to "Hello! Radio".[71]

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.[72][73] Following her graduation on December 31, she was listed as a Hello! Project solo act.

2016-2019[edit | edit source]

On July 16, 2016, the formation of a new trainee branch, Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido, was announced.[74]

On August 20, 2016, ℃-ute announced they would disband in June 2017 after a concert at Saitama Super Arena.[75][76] On November 5, 2016, fellow former Hello! Project Kids member Tsugunaga Momoko announced that she would also retire from entertainment in spring 2017.[77][78]

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.[79][80] 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.[81]

On May 22, 2017, Buono! held their last performance, Buono! Live 2017 ~Pienezza!~, at Yokohama Arena.[82]

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.[83][84] 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.[85][86]

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.[87] 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.[88]

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.[89]

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.[90]

On October 23, 2017, a new YouTube channel titled tiny tiny was announced to start on October 26.[91][92] The hosts are Sharam Q's Makoto, who is also known for being the longtime MC of Hello! Project concerts, and Kato Noriko. Each week, an active Hello! Project member or OG member is brought on as a guest to deliver "small pleasures that would unexpectedly become a great source of happiness and brighten the lives of viewers".

On February 28, 2018, an Instagram campaign, titled "Hello Pro here" (or "H!P here"), was announced in order to grow closer with international fans.[93] Fans have been asked to take photos and videos of famous attractions and famous products where they live, while also showing their love for Hello! Project, and to post it on Instagram with the hashtag "#hp_here". Out of all the posts shared, one person will be randomly selected to appear on Hello! Project Station and speak with a member. The campaign also allows fans to promote their cities for concerts to take place there in the future.[94][95] A month prior to this announcement, fans outside of Japan have also been encouraged to send in questions for Hello! Project Station's MC talk corner.[96]

On May 1, 2018, staff announced that a new web show based on viewer feedback was being planned for summer 2018. It would include future projects with international fans similar to the "#hp_here" campaign on Hello! Project Station.[97] The show, which was later announced as the OMAKE CHANNEL, began on August 1, 2018.[98]

On May 11, 2018, the Hello! Project "ONLY YOU" Audition began, searching for members of a new group led by Ichioka Reina and a second new group including Takase Kurumi and Kiyono Momohime in its line-up.[99]

On October 19, 2018, the two new groups were named CHICA#TETSU and Ame no Mori Kawa Umi, and it was announced that together they would form the combined group named BEYOOOOONDS alongside the Hello! Project "ONLY YOU" Audition winners.[100][101]

On November 3, 2018, solo talent Mitsui Aika, who had been on hiatus twice since 2013, decided to graduate from Hello! Project and retire from entertainment.[102][103]

On December 7, 2018, it was announced that another solo talent, Sayashi Riho, who had been on hiatus since she graduated from Morning Musume at the end of 2015, decided to graduate from Hello! Project at the end of November when her exclusive contract with UP-FRONT PROMOTION had ended.[104]

On December 31, 2018, during Hello! Project 20th Anniversary!! Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2018 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~ first part, Wada Ayaka announced that Fukumura Mizuki would become the new leader of Hello! Project after her graduation.[105]

On December 26, 2019, Country Girls suspended activities.[106][107]

2020-present[edit | edit source]

On March 30, 2020, Kobushi Factory disbanded.[108]

From April 9 to May 6, 2020, all Hello! Project stores were closed due to emergency measures established by the government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.[109]

On May 11, an official Hello! Project TikTok account opened up, and select songs from the current active groups were made available to use for editing in the app.[110]

On June 15, after months of concerts and events being cancelled due to the coronavirus, UP-FRONT PROMOTION announced their plans for the annual summer concerts. Unlike previous years, the Hello! Project 2020 Summer concerts will feature the members performing solo covers of J-Pop ballads by artists outside of Hello! Project. In compliance with government policy, cheering, crowding, and closeness in the venue are prohibited, the venues will be filled to 50% capacity, and wearing masks will be required to enter. They made the decision to hold the concerts despite the pandemic due to the members' desire to stand on stage as soon as possible.[111]

Members[edit | edit source]

See also: Hello! Project Acts & Members
Note: (L) = Leader, (SL) = Sub-leader
Acts Hello! Project Members Activity

9th Gen: Fukumura Mizuki (L), Ikuta Erina (SL)
10th Gen: Ishida Ayumi (SL), Sato Masaki
11th Gen: Oda Sakura
12th Gen: Nonaka Miki, Makino Maria, Haga Akane
13th Gen: Kaga Kaede, Yokoyama Reina
14th Gen: Morito Chisaki
15th Gen: Kitagawa Rio, Okamura Homare, Yamazaki Mei


2nd Gen: Takeuchi Akari (L)
3rd Gen: Sasaki Rikako
4th Gen: Kamikokuryo Moe
5th Gen: Kasahara Momona
6th Gen: Funaki Musubu, Kawamura Ayano (SL)
7th Gen: Ise Layla
8th Gen: Hashisako Rin


2013: Kanazawa Tomoko (L), Takagi Sayuki (SL), Miyamoto Karin, Uemura Akari
2017: Dambara Ruru
2018: Inaba Manaka
2019: Kudo Yume, Matsunaga Riai
2020: Inoue Rei


2015: Yamagishi Riko (L), Ogata Risa (SL), Niinuma Kisora, Tanimoto Ami, Kishimoto Yumeno, Asakura Kiki
2016: Ono Mizuho, Onoda Saori, Akiyama Mao

BEYOOOOONDS / CHICA#TETSU: Ichioka Reina (L), Shimakura Rika, Nishida Shiori, Eguchi Saya
BEYOOOOONDS / Ame no Mori Kawa Umi: Takase Kurumi (L), Maeda Kokoro, Yamazaki Yuhane, Okamura Minami, Kiyono Momohime
BEYOOOOONDS: Hirai Miyo, Kobayashi Honoka, Satoyoshi Utano
Acts Hello Pro Kenshuusei Members Activity

25th Gen: Yonemura Kirara
27th Gen: Yamada Ichigo, Nakayama Natsume
28th Gen: Tamenaga Shion, Kubota Nanami, Matsubara Yulia
29th Gen: Saito Madoka, Onoda Karin
30th Gen: Hiromoto Ruli, Hashida Honoka, Nishizaki Miku, Hirayama Yuki, Kitahara Momo, Ebata Kisaki, Yofu Runo, Murakoshi Ayana, Uemura Hasumi

Hello Pro Kenshuusei Unit: Yonemura Kirara, Kubota Nanami, Saito Madoka


1st Gen: Ishiguri Kanami, Kawano Minori
3rd Gen: Nishimura Karin
Inaba Manaka (L)

Hello Pro Kenshuusei Unit: Ishiguri Kanami

As of September 2017, Inaba Manaka is the leader of Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido, but since June 2018, she is a member of Juice=Juice.

Leaderships[edit | edit source]

Hello! Project Leaders[edit | edit source]

# 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 - June 18, 2019 2 Years, 5 Months, 17 Days
7th Fukumura Mizuki June 19, 2019 - Present 1 Year, 3 Months, 27 Days

Hello! Project Sub-leaders[edit | edit source]

The sub-leader position was established on May 6, 2003 when Yasuda Kei graduated from Morning Musume.[14] After the Elder Club graduation, no sub-leader was announced to take her place until Fukumura Mizuki became Hello! Project sub-leader on January 1, 2017.

# Name Period of time Length of time
1st Yasuda Kei May 5, 2003 - March 31, 2009 5 Years, 10 Months, 25 Days
2nd Fukumura Mizuki January 1, 2017 - June 18, 2019 2 Years, 5 Months, 17 Days

Current Main Group Leaders[edit | edit source]

Group Leader Period of time Sub-leader Period of time
Morning Musume Fukumura Mizuki November 27, 2014 – present Ikuta Erina November 27, 2014 – present
Ishida Ayumi December 31, 2018 - present
ANGERME Takeuchi Akari June 19, 2019 - Present Kawamura Ayano June 19, 2019 - Present
Juice=Juice Kanazawa Tomoko June 18, 2019 - present Takagi Sayuki June 18, 2019 – present
Tsubaki Factory Yamagishi Riko August 8, 2015 – present Ogata Risa August 8, 2015 – present
CHICA#TETSU Ichioka Reina June 26, 2017 – present N/A
Ame no Mori Kawa Umi Takase Kurumi October 19, 2018 – present N/A

Group Leadership[edit | edit source]

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 Azusa April 27, 1999 – August 23, 1999 3 Months, 27 Days
Coconuts Musume Chelsea June 26, 1999 – January 2000 8 Months, 5 Days
Melon Kinenbi Murata Megumi August 10, 1999 – September 2002 3 Years, 22 Days
Coconuts Musume Ayaka January 2000 – April 30, 2008 8 Years, 3 Months, 28 Days
Country Musume 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 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 2 Years, 21 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 – June 18, 2019 10 Years, 2 Months, 14 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 – June 17, 2019 6 Years, 4 Days
Morning Musume Fukumura Mizuki November 27, 2014 – present 5 Years, 10 Months, 19 Days
Kobushi Factory Hirose Ayaka March 8, 2015 – March 30, 2020 5 Years, 22 Days
Tsubaki Factory Yamagishi Riko August 8, 2015 – present 5 Years, 2 Months, 8 Days
CHICA#TETSU Ichioka Reina June 26, 2017 – present 3 Years, 3 Months, 20 Days
Ame no Mori Kawa Umi Takase Kurumi October 19, 2018 – present 1 Year, 11 Months, 27 Days
Juice=Juice Kanazawa Tomoko June 18, 2019 – present 1 Year, 3 Months, 28 Days
ANGERME Takeuchi Akari June 19, 2019 – present 1 Year, 3 Months, 27 Days

Discography[edit | edit source]

Petit Best series
  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)
  19. [2018.12.12] Petit Best 19 (プッチベスト19)
  20. [2020.01.08] Petit Best 20 2020 (プッチベスト20 2020)
Remix albums
  1. [2002.10.30] CLUB Hello! TRANCE REMIX
Hawaiian albums
  1. [2002.12.10] Hello! Project Best 1
  2. [2002.12.10] Hello! Project Best 2
  3. [2003.04.26] Hello! Project Best 3
Mega Best albums
  1. [2008.12.10] Hello! Project Special Unit Mega Best
  2. [2008.12.10] Hello! Project Shuffle Unit Mega Best
Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! series
  1. [2014.01.01] Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 1
  2. [2014.01.01] Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 2
  3. [2014.06.09] Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 3
  4. [2014.06.09] Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 4
  5. [2014.08.13] Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 5
  6. [2014.08.13] Hello! Project no Zenkyoku kara Atsumechaimashita! Vol. 6

English Language Cover Albums
Folk Songs / Douyou Pops

  1. [1999.07.23] Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu
  2. [1999.10.27] Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu Vol. 2
  3. [2000.01.26] Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu Vol. 3
  4. [2000.04.19] Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu Vol. 4
  5. [2002.11.27] Ai no Merry Christmas
Radio Drama CDs
See: Radio Drama Series
Hello! Channel the DVD
See: Hello! Channel the DVD
Video Games

Publications[edit | edit source]

  • [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 Photobooks
Minna Daisuki, Chu!
  • [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!!
  • [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

Concert Books
  • [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 Books
Hello! Channel Official Mook
See: Hello! Channel
Hello Pro Maruwakari BOOK
See: Hello Pro Maruwakari BOOK Series

Radio Shows[edit | edit source]

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.

Name Hosts Dates
Takeuchi Akari (Tuesdays; since 2015-12), Kishimoto Yumeno (Tuesdays; since 2020-01) with various guests
Takeuchi and Kishimoto alternate as hosts
2014-09-30 to present day
Airi's Potion Suzuki Airi 2016-07-06 to present day
ANGERME 2015-01-04 to present day
All Night Nippon
Various guest appearances 1998-09-10 to present day

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

2013-04-04 to present day
BEYOOOOONDS no Byo~~~~~tto Tobikoe Night!
BEYOOOOONDS 2020-04-04 to present day
BEYOOOOONDS no O no Kazu wa Itsutsu Desu
BEYOOOOONDS 2020-04-01 to present day
Fukumura no Heya
Fukumura Mizuki
*Hello! Project Mobile exclusive radio show
2017-06-07 to present day
GIRLS♡GIRLS♡GIRLS = FULL BOOST Inoue Rei no Music Letters
Inoue Rei 2020-04-16 to present day
Hello! Project Mobile Sendenkaigi
Nonaka Miki, Ogata Risa (since 2018-02), Kawamura Ayano (since 2019-03), Maeda Kokoro (since 2019-03)
*Hello! Project Mobile exclusive radio show
2016-05-03 to present day
Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido no Hello! Real☆School
(ハロプロ研修生北海道のHello! リアル☆スクール)
Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido 2020-04-05 to present day
Hello Pro Kenshuusei no Tadaima Radio Benkyouchuu!!
Hello Pro Kenshuusei 2020-01-05 to present day
Hello! SATOYAMA&SATOUMI Club Ono Mizuho (since 2017-07), Takase Kurumi (since 2019-06) with occasional guests
Ono and Takase alternate as hosts
2014-04-05 to present day
Rotating hosts 2015-04-01 to present day
Juice=Juice Inaba Manaka no manakan Palette Box
(Juice=Juice 稲場愛香の manakan Palette Box)
Inaba Manaka 2019-04-04 to present day
Kanazawa Tomoko no Vivid Midnight
(金澤朋子のVivid Midnight)
Kanazawa Tomoko with a different BEYOOOOONDS member each week 2019-10-05 to present day
Morning Musume '20 Makino Maria no Marian♥LOVErin Desu♥
Makino Maria 2016-05-31 to present day
Morning Musume '20 no Morning Diary
Morning Musume 12th generation, 13th generation, 14th generation, 15th generation 2017-04-06 to present day
Morning Musume '20 no Morning Jogakuin ~Houkago Meeting~
Morning Musume '20 2012-04-14 to present day
Music Palette♪ Miyazaki Yuka 2020-10-03 to present day
Nakajima Saki no Cute na Jikan
Nakajima Saki 2012-01-08 to present day
Three stations Morning Musume 15th Generation
*Fanclub-exclusive web talk show
2019-09-05 to present day
Tonari no Yajiman Ka
Yajima Maimi
*Hello! Project Mobile exclusive radio show
2017-07-18 to present day
Tsubaki Factory no Camellia Night
Tsubaki Factory 2018-01-05 to present day
We are Juice=Juice Juice=Juice 2013-10-03 to present day
Young Town Douyoubi

Akashiya Sanma (main host), Murakami Shoji, Iikubo Haruna (since 2013-04), Yokoyama Reina (since 2017-12-16)
Various guest appearances

1997-11-02 to present day

Name Hosts Dates
12ki Relay
Morning Musume 12th generation 2015-01-04 to 2017-02-16
Abe Natsumi no Super Morning Rider
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

2005-10-03 to 2008
Abe Natsumi 2001 to 2003
All Night Nippon
Matsuura Aya 2005-03-30 to 2006-12-27
Anata ga Iru Kara, Yaguchi Mari
Yaguchi Mari 2003-04-06 to 2005-03-27
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
Tokunaga Chinami, Kumai Yurina 2012-07-08 to 2015-03-01
Chichuukai 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!
Coconuts Musume 2001-11-?? to 2004-05-30
Country Girls no Tadaima Radio Kenshuuchuu!!
Country Girls (without Tsugunaga Momoko) 2015-03-15 to 2015-03-29
Country Girls no Tadaima Radio Housouchuu!!
Country Girls 2015-04-05 to 2019-12-22
Country Musume no Nanmara Saikou Dabe.
Country Musume 2003-04-06 to 2004-03-26
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

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
Fine!! "Makoto・Kobushi Factory no Radio Punch!"
Makoto (Sharam Q), Kobushi Factory 2019-04-03 to 2020-03-25
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
Fujimoto Miki 2002-10-13 to 2007-09-24
Girls Kiss SI☆NA 2008-02-16 to 2009-06-27
Niigaki Risa, Kamei Eri 2007-04-07 to 2008-09-27
Hecchara Heike★Yoroshiku Yossi
Heike Michiyo, Yoshizawa Hitomi 2001-10-06 to 2002-10-05
(HELLO! DRIVE! -ハロドラ-)

Mondays: Suzuki Airi, Miyamoto Karin
Tuesdays: Natsuyaki Miyabi, Kobayashi Hikaru or Nihei Yuuka, Ogata Risa
Wednesdays: Nakajima Saki, Nonaka Miki, Haga Akane
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, Oota Haruka, Ise Layla

2016-10-03 to 2019-06-28
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!
Rotating hosts 2004-02-06 to 2008-09-22
Hello! to meet you! Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido with Ito Sana 2016-10-02 to 2020-03-29
Sayashi no Heya
Sayashi Riho
*Hello! Project Mobile exclusive radio show
2015-10-01 to 2015-12-18
Iida Kaori - Konya mo Koushinchuu!
Iida Kaori 2001-04-?? to 2003-03-??
Ikinari Inaba★Yoroshiku Yossi
Inaba Atsuko, Yoshizawa Hitomi 2002-10-12 to 2004-03-27
IMAREAL Inaba Manaka 2017-10-03 to 2019-03-28
Kamiko Biyori
Kamikokuryo Moe
*Fanclub-exclusive web talk show
2017-01-31 to 2018-02-02
Kimama ni Classic
Nakazawa Yuko 2004-04-02 to 2006-03-31
Kobushi Factory no Yozora de Aimashou
Kobushi Factory 2018-04-19 to 2020-03-26
Maeda Yuki no Music & Diary
(前田有紀のMusic & Diary)
Maeda Yuki 2007-07 to 2008
Maeda Yuki no Yume Ongakukan
Maeda Yuki 2008-05-06 to 2008-06-30
MANO-DELI Mano Erina 2009-05-04 to 2011-03-27
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"
Melon Kinenbi 2002-04-04 to 2004-03-23
Morning Musume 9ki・10ki Member WEB Talk Maji DE Pyoko!
(モーニング娘。9・10期メンバー WEBトーク 本気DE飛跳!)

Morning Musume 9th generation, 10th generation
Occasional guest appearances by Oda Sakura
*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 '16 Suzuki Kanon no Itsudemo! Kannon Smile
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
Kimura Ayaka 2005-04 to late 2005
Ongaku Gatas no Guts10☆Gatas!!
Ongaku Gatas 2007-10-01 to 2009-03-23
Petitmoni Diver!
Petitmoni 1999-10-04 to 2001-12-25
pop up inc. Various guest appearances 2003-04-?? to 2005-03-??

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
Tanaka Reina 2012-04-14 to 2013-06-29
Reversible Radio
Morning Musume 13th generation
*Fanclub-exclusive web talk show
2017-03-02 to 2019-08-22
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

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
Shibata Ayumi 2002-01-03 to 2004-03-25
Shindol Parlor
Various hosts 2000 to 2005-03-31
S/mileage 2nd Generation 2013-01-07 to 2014-12-28
Takahashi Ai no Ichigo Ichie

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
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
Tsunku 2001-08-18 to 2002-10-05
Tsukai! Berryz Okoku
Natsuyaki Miyabi, Kumai Yurina, Sugaya Risako 2009-07-03 to 2012-03-30
v-u-den☆Ishikawa Rika no Chanchaka☆Charmy!
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
Yajima no Heya
Yajima Maimi
*Hello! Project Mobile exclusive radio show
2016-01-06 to 2017-05-25
Yajima Maimi no I My Me♡Maimi~
(矢島舞美のI My Me♡まいみ〜)
Yajima Maimi 2008-07-04 to 2020-06-26
Yaruki MANMAN!
Various semi-regular guest appearances 2003 to 2007-03-30
Wada Ayaka no Bijurme
Wada Ayaka 2015-10-03 to 2020-03-28

TV Shows[edit | edit source]

Web Shows[edit | edit source]

Total Sales[edit | edit source]

Last updated: February 10, 2020

By Act[edit | edit source]

Act Total Sales
Morning Musume (1997-present) 23,423,416*
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 Musume / Country Girls (1999-2009; 2015-2019) 614,587
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
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
Guardians 4 (2009-2010) 41,909
ANGERME (2009-present) 1,159,954*
BeriKyuu (2011-2015) 83,129
Juice=Juice (2013-present) 609,955*
Kobushi Factory (2015-2020) 274,821*
Tsubaki Factory (2015-present) 301,016*
BEYOOOOONDS (2018-present) 141,329*

By Sales[edit | edit source]

Act Total Sales
Morning Musume (1997-present) 23,423,416*
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
℃-ute (2006-2017) 1,867,811
Berryz Koubou (2004-2015) 1,684,795
ANGERME (2009-present) 1,159,954*
Taiyou to Ciscomoon (1999-2000) 735,952
Abe Natsumi (2003-2009) 721,314
Country Musume / Country Girls (1999-2009; 2015-2019) 614,587
Juice=Juice (2013-present) 609,955*
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
Tsubaki Factory (2015-present) 301,016*
Mano Erina (2008-2013) 280,262
Kobushi Factory (2015-2020) 274,821*
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
BEYOOOOONDS (2018-present) 141,329*
Nochiura Natsumi (2004-2005) 106,362
MilkyWay (2008-2009) 86,314
BeriKyuu (2011-2015) 83,129
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

Hello! Project[edit | edit source]

Act 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




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 | edit source]

  • 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 Also[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  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.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "つんく♂衝撃の初告白!ハロプロのプロデューサー“卒業していた”" (in Japanese). Sankei Sports. 2015-09-09.
  2. "ダンス☆マン×ヒャダインがこぶしファクトリーで語る「赤羽橋ファンク」と「ハロプロ文法」" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2016-02-18.
  3. HELLO! PROJECT COMPLETE SINGLE BOOK 20th Anniversary Edition. Ongaku Shuppansha. Published 2018-04-02.
  4. Translated by Henkka. "Hello! Project COMPLETE SINGLE BOOK 20th Anniversary Edition Roundtables: The Recording Directors." Wota in Translation. 2018-05-06.
  5. "平家充代(18)大決定!!!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-08-31.
  6. "モーニング娘。" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-09-14.
  7. "モーニング娘。'14『結成17年目★再評価のワケとは? 2014年はさらなる“勝負”へ』" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2014-01-29.
  8. "「愛の種」明日発売!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-11-02. (Archived)
  9. "11/30ナゴヤ球場「愛の種」完売までの道!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1997-12-07. (Archived)
  10. "モーニング娘。初登場6位!!" (in Japanese). ASAYAN. 1998-02-08. (Archived)
  11. "卒業した日" (in Japanese). Nakazawa Yuko Official Blog. 2015-04-15.
  12. "ももち" (in Japanese). Shimizu Saki Official Blog. 2017-06-30.
  13. "後藤真希加入で黄金期到来!メガヒット連発と“ハローマゲドン”を迎えたモーニング娘。の軌跡(2)" (in Japanese). music.jp News. 2017-09-29.
  14. 14.0 14.1 "保田圭が涙、涙、涙のモー娘。“卒業”" (in Japanese). SANSPO.COM (archived). 2003-05-07.
  15. "[W(ダブルユー) 謹慎中の加護亜依が心中激白]" (in Japanese). natalie. 2007-02-23.
  16. "加護ちゃん 2度目喫煙で解雇" (in Japanese). Daily Sports Online. 2006-03-26. (Archived)
  17. "[モーニング娘。 紺野あさ美がハロプロに電撃復帰]" (in Japanese). natalie. 2007-06-19.
  18. "「NICE GIRL プロジェクト!」発足に関して" (in Japanese). Tsunku Official Site. 2007-10-15.
  19. "後藤真希、弟の逮捕&方向性の違いでハロプロを卒業" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2011-10-28.
  20. "後藤真希が再始動!エイベックスに電撃移籍" (in Japanese). natalie. 2008-06-20.
  21. "早安家族NewStar Main" (in Taiwanese). TTV. 2007.
  22. "ハロー!プロジェクトからのお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2008-03-02. (Archived)
  23. "SI☆NA -official site-" (in Japanese). HAPPY! STYLE. 2008. (Archived)
  24. "早安家族NewStar" (in Taiwanese). TTV. 2008-09-20.
  25. "モー娘。OGなど、来年3月末にハロプロ一斉卒業へ" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2008-10-19.
  26. "ハロー!プロジェクトから年長組が全員卒業" (in Japanese). natalie. 2008-10-19.
  27. "モー娘。落選…11年連続ならず" (in Japanese). Daily Sports Online. 2008-11-26. (Archived)
  28. "つんく♂絶賛の逸材!ハロプロ韓国オーディション合格者はソウル出身の14歳" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2009-06-23.
  29. "Hello! Project Winter 2011 part 2 : Dayeon Jang." UP-FRONT LINK Blogspot. 2011-01-13.
  30. "ハロプロよ永遠なれ!なっち、あややら感涙の卒業ライブ" (in Japanese). natalie. 2009-02-03.
  31. "新ユニット" (in Japanese). Tsunku Official Blog. 2009-04-04.
  32. "S/mileage   ユニット名 由来・意味について"" (in Japanese). Tsunku Official Blog. 2009-05-08.
  33. "ハロー!プロジェクト合同企画カバーアルバム「チャンプル(1)~ハッピーマリッジソングカバー集~」" (in Japanese). Tsunku Official Blog. 2009-07-15.
  34. "モーニング娘。高橋愛 卒業に関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2011-01-09. (Archived)
  35. "「明日からは、自分のために。」新垣の言葉に高橋、涙にむせぶ ── モーニング娘。高橋愛 卒業公演" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2011-09-30.
  36. "高橋愛 モーニング娘。卒業「バイバイ。大好き!」" (in Japanese). Billboard JAPAN. 2011-09-30.
  37. "11月16日(水)発売 ハロー!プロジェクト モベキマス sg「ブスにならない哲学」" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2011-09-01. (Archived)
  38. "道重さゆみ、モー娘。新リーダーに就任 “自過剰キャラ”でも「さすがに不安」" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2012-05-19.
  39. Okai Chisato. "はろこーん千聖" (in Japanese). ℃-ute Official Blog. 2012-08-19.
  40. "光井愛佳、18日にモー娘。卒業 けが再発の恐れで活動断念" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2012-05-07.
  41. "エンターテインメントを超えた、新たな活動が始動!『SATOYAMA movement』<美しい国をデザインする“SATOYAMA movement”>" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2012-07-20.
  42. "【SATOYAMA movement 新ユニット発表!及び CDリリースのお知らせ】" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2012-10-16.
  43. "『ハロ!ステ』 スタート!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2013-01-30.
  44. "ハロプロ研修生内、新ユニット結成のお知らせ。" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2013-02-03. (Archived)
  45. "ハロプロ研修生新ユニットに関して" (in Japanese). Tsunku Official Blog. 2013-02-25.
  46. "真野恵里菜に関する大事なお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2012-07-21. (Archived)
  47. "真野恵里菜がハロプロ卒業を発表 来年2月のソロコンサートで幕" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2012-07-21.
  48. "ハロプロから3組の新ユニット誕生 里山・里海の魅力をアピール " (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2013-03-02.
  49. "【SATOYAMA movement より 新ユニット誕生!!】 < DVDシングルをリリース!>" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2013-07-23.
  50. "ハロー! プロジェクトのロゴが新しくなりました!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2013-07-26.
  51. "ハロー! プロジェクトのロゴが新しくなりました!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-12-20.
  52. "モーニング娘。に関してのお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2013-12-06.
  53. "カントリー娘。新メンバーオーディション開催決定。里田まいが発表" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2014-02-11.
  54. "SATOYAMA SATOUMI新ユニット結成!シングル発売のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2014-03-13.
  55. "Berryz工房に関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2014-08-02.
  56. "Berryz工房、無期限の活動停止を発表" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2014-08-02.
  57. Tsunku. "Tsunku♂ “Dakara, Ikiru” Final Chapter: The Door to the Future (2015.4~)." Dakara, Ikiru.. Published: 2015-09-10. Translated: 2016-02-23.
  58. "NHKさんで!鞘師里保" (in Japanese). Morning Musume Qki Official Blog. 2015-09-12.
  59. "『カントリー娘。』改め『カントリー・ガールズ』について" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2014-11-05. (Archived)
  60. "【ライブレポート】そこにあったのは覚悟とプライド。モーニング娘。'14 道重さゆみ卒業公演" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2014-11-27.
  61. "ハロー!プロジェクトのリーダーに関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project 2014-10-07.
  62. "スマイレージからのお知らせ、モー娘。'14新曲MV公開!秋ツアー、J=J告知、ハロプロ研修生新曲 MC:菅谷梨沙子・中西香菜【ハロ!ステ#85】" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2014-09-24.
  63. "スマイレージ新グループ名は「アンジュルム」" (in Japanese). natalie. 2014-12-17.
  64. "スマイレージ 新グループ名 決定について" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-12-17.
  65. "ハロプロ 8人組新ユニット結成発表" (in Japanese). Daily Sports Online. 2015-01-02.
  66. "ハロプロ8人組新ユニット名は「こぶしファクトリー」優美で力強く" (in Japanese). Sponichi Annex. 2015-02-25.
  67. "【ライブレポート】Berryz工房がラストコンサート。「また会えるよね」" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2015-03-03.
  68. "ハロプロに新たなユニット「つばきファクトリー」誕生" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2015-04-29.
  69. "ハロプロ、今年2組目の研修生ユニット「つばきファクトリー」結成" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2015-04-29.
  70. "こぶしMV公開!新ユニット結成!℃-ute発表、ダンス部、藤井ヘアアレンジ MC:金澤朋子・浜浦彩乃【ハロ!ステ#115】" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2015-04-29.
  71. "ハロー!プロジェクトモバイルオープン!!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2015-07-21.
  72. Sayashi Riho. "ご報告 鞘師里保" (in Japanese). Morning Musume Qki Official Blog. 2015-10-29.
  73. "[EN] Concerning Riho Sayashi." UP-FRONT LINK. 2015-10-29.
  74. "​「ハロプロ研修生北海道」始動のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-07-16.
  75. "℃-uteに関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-08-20.
  76. "[EN] Announcement concerning ℃-ute." UP-FRONT LINK. 2016-08-20.
  77. "嗣永桃子に関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-11-05.
  78. [EN] Concerning Momoko Tsugunaga. UP-FRONT LINK. 2016-11-05.
  79. "ハロプロ新リーダーにアンジュルム和田彩花が就任 サブリーダーはモー娘。譜久村聖" (in Japanese). ORICON STYLE. 2016-12-31.
  80. "【ライブレポート】ハロー!プロジェクト、新リーダーに和田彩花&サブリーダーに譜久村聖が任命" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2016-12-31.
  81. "℃-ute新曲MV2曲!モー娘。'17イベント、研修生新メンバー、CMメイキング、アンジュルムスポーツのお時間、新ユニットコメント、勝田ヘアアレンジ MC:野中美希、谷本安美【ハロ!ステ#211】" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2017-03-15.
  82. "嗣永桃子/夏焼雅/鈴木愛理のユニットBuono!のラストライブをニコ生中継" (in Japanese). Billboard JAPAN. 2017-05-19.
  83. "カントリー・ガールズの今後の活動について" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-06-10.
  84. "[EN] Concerning the future activities of Country Girls." UP-FRONT LINK. 2017-06-10.
  85. "ハロ!ステ号外 ~ハロー!プロジェクト2017新体制決定スペシャル~" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2017-06-26.
  86. "[EN] Concerning the new organization in Hello! Project." UP-FRONT LINK. 2017-06-26.
  87. "℃-ute、さいたまスーパーアリーナで見せた有終の美。「team℃-ute愛してるよ!」" (in Japanese). BARKS. 2017-06-12.
  88. "ももち、“らしさ”満点でアイドル引退 ももち結びも一夜限り復活" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2017-06-30.
  89. "ハロプロ新体制スタート 森戸知沙希「新たな一面を」" (in Japanese). ORICON NEWS. 2017-07-15.
  90. "稲場愛香に関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-09-08.
  91. "YouTubeオリジナル番組「tiny tiny」、10月26日(木)21:00スタート!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-10-23.
  92. "10/26(木)新番組「tiny tiny」スタート!" (in Japanese). tiny tiny (via YouTube). 2017-10-23.
  93. Timestamped at 40:50. "モー娘。20周年企画、モー娘。'18の定点観測、カントリー・ガールズ、つばきファクトリーライブ映像、教えて○○先生 MC:和田彩花【ハロ!ステ#259】" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2018-02-28.
  94. "「ハロプロhere」スタート!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-03-01.
  95. "「ハロプロhere」特設サイト" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-03-01.
  96. Timestamped at 32:38. "つばきMV、モー娘。20周年企画、石田亜佑美の定点観測、ハロコンライブ、MCトーク、アンジュ佐々木・川村が書道に挑戦!生田衣梨奈メイク紹介 MC:宮崎由加【ハロ!ステ#254】" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2018-01-24.
  97. "WEB番組 新企画募集のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-05-01.
  98. "2018年8月以降のYouTube番組に関して" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-07-18.
  99. "ハロー!プロジェクト“ONLY YOU”オーディション開催のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-05-11.
  100. "新グループ、グループ名決定のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-10-19.
  101. "ハロー!プロジェクト新グループ、グループ名決定のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project Station (via YouTube). 2018-10-19.
  102. "光井愛佳に関するご報告" (in Japanese). J.P ROOM. 2018-11-03.
  103. "ご報告。" (in Japanese). Mitsui Aika Official Blog. 2018-11-03.
  104. "鞘師里保に関するお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2018-12-07.
  105. Kaga Kaede. "インスタスタート! 加賀楓" (in Japanese). Morning Musume 13ki・14ki Official Blog. 2018-12-31.
  106. "カントリー・ガールズ 活動休止のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2019-10-18.
  107. "カントリー・ガールズ[ライブレポート]4人全員が卒業。幸せな空間に「ありがとうございました!」" (in Japanese). Pop'n'Roll. 2019-12-26.
  108. "こぶしファクトリー活動終了のお知らせ" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2020-01-08.
  109. "ハロー!プロジェクト オフィシャルショップ全店 臨時休業のお知らせ" (in Japanese). UP-FC. 2020-04-09.
  110. "Hello! Project TikTokアカウント開設!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2020-05-11.
  111. "2020年夏のハロー!プロジェクト・コンサートについて" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2020-06-15.

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