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Idol wo Sagase!
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Screenshot from the episode aired on July 13, 1999
Hello! Project Television Show
Native title アイドルをさがせ!
Episodes unknown
Run Dates January 5, 1999 - March 26, 2002
Run Time Tuesday, 24:45 (until March 1999)
Tuesday, 25:15 (as of April 1999)
Length 30 Minutes
Network TV Tokyo
Hello! Project Television Shows Chronology
Concurrent Hello! Morning
IdolWoSagaseSearchForIdol

Nakazawa Yuko & Inaba Atsuko (April 2001 - March 2002)

Idol wo Sagase! (アイドルをさがせ!; A Search for Idols) was a Hello! Project variety show broadcasted by TV Tokyo. It aired from January 5, 1999 to March 26, 2002.

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Episode List

1999

Episode numbers in bold are episodes with the TOP 20 moments presented in the official Idol wo Sagase! Koushiki BOOK

  • [1999.01.12] #02 TBA
  • [1999.01.19] #03 TBA
  • [1999.01.26] #04 TBA
  • [1999.02.02] #05 TBA
  • [1999.02.09] #06 TBA
  • [1999.02.16] #07 TBA
  • [1999.02.23] #08 TBA
  • [1999.03.02] #09 Making and eating ramen
  • [1999.03.09] #10 Make-up tutorials
  • [1999.03.16] #11 TBA
  • [1999.03.23] #12 Learning the basics of MCing
  • [1999.03.30] #13 TBA
  • [1999.04.06] #14 Heike's 20th birthday
  • [1999.04.13] #15 TBA
  • [1999.04.20] #16 Heike and Nakazawa taking acting classes
  • [1999.04.27] #17 TBA
  • [1999.05.04] #18 Learning self-defense
  • [1999.05.11] #19 TBA
  • [1999.05.18] #20 TBA
  • [1999.05.25] #21 Nakazawa is called into a meeting with Takao Horiuchi
  • [1999.06.01] to [1999.06.22] (one of the dates within this time span is omitted. I don't know which one.)
  • [1999.06.29] #25 Visiting Tokyo Tower
  • [1999.07.06] #26 TBA
  • [1999.07.13] #27 Talk with the first generation of Country Musume
  • [1999.07.20] #28 TBA
  • [1999.07.27] #29 Memories of Yanagihara Hiromi
  • [1999.08.03] #30 TBA
  • [1999.08.10] #31 Country Musume's first time on stage
  • [1999.08.17] #32 Miyoshi Chinatsu's debut event
  • [1999.08.24] #33 TBA
  • [1999.08.31] #34 TBA
  • [1999.09.07] #35 TBA
  • [1999.09.14] #36 Nakazawa vs. Heike arcade game duels
  • [1999.09.21] #37 Nakazawa tries to overcome her fear of flying
  • [1999.09.28] #38 "Which is the luckiest?" 5-game matches
  • [1999.10.05] #39 Docchi ga Suteki na Josei ka wo Kimeyou (Competition between Nakazawa and Heike)
  • [1999.10.12] #40 Marriage meeting matches
  • [1999.10.19] #41 Arcade game matches part II
  • [1999.10.26] #42 TBA
  • [1999.11.12] #43 Hokkaido Gourmet Showdown
  • [1999.11.09] #44 Matches in Nanja Town en'nichi
  • [1999.11.16] #45 Bowling matches
  • [1999.11.23] #46 Visiting Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise
  • [1999.11.30] #47 Let's decorate a Christmas tree
  • [1999.12.07] #48 Idol wo Sagase In Guam part I
  • [1999.12.14] #49 Idol wo Sagase In Guam part II
  • [1999.12.21] #50 TBA
  • [1999.12.28] #51 Heike and Nakazawa is signing off as MCs and introducing Iida and Rinne as their replacements

2000

TBA

2001

TBA

2002

TBA

Trivia

  • The abbreviation for the name of the show was AiSaga (あいさが/アイさが).
  • A book and several DVDs or VHS' were released for the show.
  • In episode #16 Nakazawa takes acting lessons and has to do a cat impression which she finds utterly embarassing as she has to be kawaii.
  • In episode #39 Heike loses 0-8 to Nakazawa.

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