Kawamura Ayano (川村文乃) is a Japanese idol under Hello! Project as a 6th generation member and sub-leader of ANGERME. She initially joined Hello! Project as an Hello Pro Kenshuusei member on August 17, 2016.

Prior to joining Hello! Project, she was active as both a soloist, and as a member of the idol group Hachikin Girls.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Kawamura Ayano, November 2019

Kawamura Ayano, July 2019

Kawamura Ayano, May 2019

Kawamura Ayano, April 2019

Kawamura Ayano, October 2018

Kawamura Ayano, May 2018

Kawamura Ayano, December 2017

Kawamura Ayano, July 2017

Kawamura Ayano, June 2017

Kawamura Ayano, March 2017

Kawamura Ayano, September 2016

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Kawamura Ayano was born on July 7, 1999 in Kochi, Japan.

2008-2010[edit | edit source]

In July 2008, Kawamura starred in Imagine Musical's production of Little Women. She also starred in their production of Anne of Green Gables in August 2009.

On November 24, 2009, Kawamura was appointed as Kochi Prefecture's Osakana PR Ambassador.[1] She released her major debut CD "Osakana Tengoku 2010" on December 9, which was a cover of the 1991 campaign song.

In June 2010, Kawamura was also appointed as a Kochi Prefecture Tourism Envoy alongside the local Kochi idol group Hachikin Girls,[2] thus appearing and performing at many PR events and joint lives with the group.

2011-2015[edit | edit source]

In March 2011, Kawamura portrayed Puck in Gekidan Humanite's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.[3]

On April 17, 2011, after performing at joint lives with group for the past year and participating in the Hachikin Girls Member Audition,[4] Kawamura became a full member of Hachikin Girls.[5]

On May 2, 2015, Kawamura modelled in the TSC Tokyo Shibuya Collection Spring & Trial Stage.[6]

In July 2015, she starred in Shizu☆Geki's stage play Susume! Harukawa Joshi Koukou 2 -Harujo no Nana Fushigi-, alongside former ℃-ute member Arihara Kanna.[7]

2016[edit | edit source]

On February 28, the first episode of Yamishiba that featured Kawamura's voice acting aired.[8]

In early 2016, she participated in the Morning Musume '16 Shinseiki Audition, but failed.[9]

On June 6, Kawamura announced that she would be graduating from Hachikin Girls in order to pursue a dream she had since a young age.[10] On June 12, Kawamura graduated from Hachikin Girls.[11]

On August 17, it was announced on the Hello! Project website that Kawamura had joined Hello Pro Kenshuusei, alongside Yokoyama Reina, Yoshida Marie, Nishida Shiori, Yamazaki Yuhane and Hashisako Rin.[12] She was introduced at Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2016 9gatsu ~SINGING!~ on September 4.

From November 3 to November 30, Kawamura participated in the Engeki Joshibu musical Nega Poji Poji.

2017[edit | edit source]

On March 25 and 26, she participated in the annual Asobu. Kurasu. Sodateru. SATOYAMA & SATOUMI e Ikou 2017 event, as well as Hello! Project Hina Fes 2017.

From January 5 to January 9, Kawamura participated as the opening act and a back-up dancer during the ℃-ute Shinshun Concert 2017 ~℃OMPASS~.

Kawamura was featured in both ℃-ute's "To Tomorrow" and Juice=Juice's "Jidanda Dance" music videos as a back-up dancer.

On May 5, at the Hello! Project Kenshuusei Happyoukai 2017 ~Haru no Koukai Jitsuryoku Shindan Test~, there was a surprise announcement that she would debut alongside Ichioka Reina and Dambara Ruru in the near future.[13][14]

From June 2 to June 11, Kawamura participated in Pharaoh no Haka, an Engeki Joshibu musical starring Morning Musume '17.

On June 26, through a special episode of Hello! Project Station, it was announced that she would be joining ANGERME alongside Funaki Musubu as 6th generation members.[15] They began performing with the group in the Hello! Project 2017 SUMMER concert tour.[16][17]

On August 11, Kawamura and the four other members promoted from Hello Pro Kenshuusei released a digital song titled "Gobaku ~We Can't Go Back~".

On October 19, Kawamura and Up Up Girls (Kakko Kari)'s Arai Manami were appointed as the cheer ambassadors for migration to Saijo, Ehime Prefecture.[18]

On December 22, Kawamura released the digital song "Zouni de Kenkashiten ja Nee yo" with Miyazaki Yuka and Makino Maria.

2018[edit | edit source]

On July 11, Kawamura celebrated her 19th birthday at a fanclub event titled ANGERME Kawamura Ayano Birthday Event 2018, featuring two shows at Shinjuku ReNY.

2019[edit | edit source]

On March 25, Kawamura announced that she and Maeda Kokoro both became members of the Hello! Project Mobile advertising department and the monthly exclusive radio program Hello! Project Mobile Sendenkaigi, joining current members Nonaka Miki and Ogata Risa.[19]

On May 25, during the ANGERME Concert Tour 2019 Haru ~Rinnetenshou~ night performance in Chiba, it was announced that Kawamura would become ANGERME's new sub-leader following Wada Ayaka's graduation on June 18.[20][21]

On July 7, she released her first solo photobook, titled Ayano.[22]

On July 9, Kawamura celebrated her 20th birthday at a fanclub event titled ANGERME Kawamura Ayano Birthday Event 2019, which featured two shows at Shinjuku ReNY.

2020[edit | edit source]

On July 12, she opened up an official Instagram account.

On September 25, she celebrated her 21st birthday at a fanclub event titled ANGERME Kawamura Ayano Birthday Event 2020 with two shows at COTTON CLUB.[23] In compliance with government policy, cheering, crowding, standing, and closeness in the venue were prohibited, and wearing masks were required to enter.

On September 26, a show personally produced by Kawamura aired at 9:30 JST on TV Asahi Channel 1 as her prize for winning MVP at Hello! Project presents... "Solo Fes!".[24] It was titled ANGERME no Kekkyoku wa LOVE desho!!.[25]

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

She has an older brother.

When Kawamura joined ANGERME, she was in her last year of high school. On March 17, 2018, Kawamura announced that she graduated from high school and had decided not to go to university.[26]

The following list are notable friendships Kawamura Ayano has acquired:

The following list are nicknames that have been used to refer to Kawamura Ayano:

Profile[edit | edit source]

Discography[edit | edit source]

See also: List:Kawamura Ayano Discography Featured In

Solo Fanclub DVDs[edit | edit source]

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Publications[edit | edit source]

See also: List:Kawamura Ayano Publications Featured In

Solo Photobooks[edit | edit source]

Works[edit | edit source]

Theater[edit | edit source]

Nega Poji PojiPharaoh no HakaYumemiru TelevisionAttack No.1

Movies[edit | edit source]

JK Ninja Girls

TV Programs[edit | edit source]

Anime[edit | edit source]

  • [2016] Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories (闇芝居) (Season 3)

Internet[edit | edit source]

Commercials[edit | edit source]

  • [2008] Sekisui House Kochi Yoga-hen (積水ハウス高知ヨガ編)
  • [2008] JA Bank Kochi (JAバンク高知)
  • [2010] Sakana Chikara Kouchi Kara Kochi no Osakana Ippai Tabeyou Campaign (サカナチカラコウチカラ 高知のおさかないっぱい食べようキャンペーン)
  • [2010] Kochi wa Osakana Tengoku Campaign (高知はおさかな天国キャンペーン)

Radio[edit | edit source]

  • [2017–2019] HELLO! DRIVE! (HELLO! DRIVE! -ハロドラ-) (Fridays)
  • [2019–] Hello! Project Mobile Sendenkaigi (ハロ!モバ宣伝会議) (Hello! Project Mobile exclusive)

Music Videos[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Kawamura had Morning Musume listed as her favorite artists on her Hachikin Girls profile before it was removed.[28]
  • She is a Kudo Haruka fan and wore her T-shirt when she co-hosted a fan talk event at the Hello Pro Shop in Akihabara on April 23, 2016.[29]
  • During her time in Hachikin Girls, she would broadcast herself singing karaoke to Hello! Project songs on Showroom.
  • Her future goal is to hold concerts all over the world and appear on TV.
  • She is left-handed and wants to make a unit called Southpaws with left-handed members of Hello Project.[30]
  • She began attending dance lessons (jazz, hip-hop, tap, ballet) in 2007 through second grade, after wanting to stand in the front row of her yosakoi team.
  • She was a cheerleader for the Kochi Fighting Dogs baseball team in 2008.
  • She became interested in becoming an idol after watching the "Kirarin ☆ Revolution" anime.
  • She made it to the final stage of the 2009 Shugo Chara! audition.
  • She met fellow ANGERME member Sasaki Rikako at a 2012 local idol event in Harajuku, prior to either joining Hello! Project.
  • She was a model in the TSC Tokyo Shibuya Collection Spring & Trial Stage on May 2, 2015.
  • She particularly likes the °C-ute song "Kimi no Senpou" because she thinks the spoken parts are cute.

See Also[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles
Preceded by
Takeuchi Akari
(with Nakanishi Kana)

Sub-leader of ANGERME
June 19, 2019 – present
(with Nakanishi Kana, 2019)

Succeeded by
Incumbent

References[edit | edit source]

  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20140427193358/http://www.horizonjapan.co.jp/osakanatengoku/
  2. "ゆかた☆" (in Japanese). Kochi Prefecture Osakana PR Ambassador Kawamura Ayano Blog. 2010-06-25.
  3. "いよいよー☆" (in Japanese). Kochi Prefecture Osakana PR Ambassador Kawamura Ayano Blog. 2011-03-09.
  4. "はちきんガールズ メンバーオーディション" (in Japanese). Kochi Prefecture Tourism Envoys "Hachikin Girls" Official Blog. 2011-01-12.
  5. "はちきんガールズ メンバーオーディション終了! " (in Japanese). Kochi Prefecture Tourism Envoys "Hachikin Girls" Official Blog. 2011-04-18.
  6. "川村あやの単独出演決定!5月2日(土)TOKYO FM HALL@東京" (in Japanese). Hachikin Girls Staff Blog. 2015-04-23.
  7. "栞菜、前田美里らの舞台「進め!春川女子高校2~ハルジョの七不思議~」が上演中!" (in Japanese). Girls News. 2015-07-10.
  8. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamishibai:_Japanese_Ghost_Stories
  9. https://ameblo.jp/angerme-ss-shin/entry-12579272075.html
  10. "はちきんガールズ 「川村あやの」卒業! 「梶原妃菜子」は長期休養へ" (in Japanese). lopi・lopi. 2016-06-08.
  11. https://twitter.com/hachikin_girls/status/741916492933914626
  12. "ハロプロ研修生に新メンバーが加入!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2016-08-17.
  13. "Hallo!Project研修生発表会2017〜春の公開実力診断テスト〜" (in Japanese). Kumai Yurina Official Blog. 2017-05-05.
  14. Hirose Ayaka. "涙、涙に包まれて。、大好き♡広瀬彩海" (in Japanese). Kobushi Factory Official Blog. 2017-05-05.
  15. "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.
  16. "ハロー!プロジェクト 新体制について" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-06-26.
  17. "[EN] Concerning the new organization in Hello! Project." UP-FRONT LINK. 2017-06-26.
  18. "アンジュルム川村文乃とアップアップガールズ(仮)新井愛瞳が「えひめ西条!移住応援大使」に就任!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2017-10-20.
  19. Kawamura Ayano. "☆ハロ!モバ新入部員☆川村文乃" (in Japanese). ANGERME Member Official Blog. 2019-03-25.
  20. https://twitter.com/angerme_upfront/status/1132275601983721473
  21. Kawamura Ayano. "☆サブリーダー☆川村文乃" (in Japanese). ANGERME Member Blog. 2019-05-25.
  22. "川村文乃(アンジュルム)ファースト写真集「Ayano」発売決定!!" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 2019-06-06.
  23. "★ファンクラブ会員限定イベント★「アンジュルム 川村文乃バースデーイベント2020」開催決定!" (in Japanese). UP-FC. 2020-08-21.
  24. https://www.tv-asahi.co.jp/ch/sphone/variety/0443/
  25. https://twitter.com/tvasahi_cs/status/1293472557211873280?s=21
  26. Kawamura Ayano. "✿十人十色ラスト&高校卒業✿川村文乃" (in Japanese). ANGERME Member Official Blog. 2018-03-17.
  27. "63.遊☆横山玲奈" (in Japanese). Morning Musume 13ki Official Blog. 2017-04-04.
  28. "川村 あやの(カワムラ アヤノ)" (in Japanese). Hachikin Girls Official Homepage. (Archived)
  29. "ハロプロ愛を語りつくすハロショトークに、大森望&川村あやの(はちきんガールズ)が出席。『50代からのアイドル入門』をネタに大盛り上がり" (in Japanese). Stereo Sound Online. 2016-05-14.
  30. http://www.hello-online.org/index.php?app=helloapp&CODE=article&topic=3376

External Links[edit | edit source]

S/mileage / ANGERME
Members
2nd Generation Takeuchi Akari (Leader)
3rd Generation

Sasaki Rikako

4th Generation

Kamikokuryo Moe

5th Generation

Kasahara Momona

6th Generation

Kawamura Ayano (Sub-leader) | Funaki Musubu

7th Generation

Ise Layla

8th Generation

Hashisako Rin

Former Members
1st Generation Wada Ayaka | Maeda Yuuka | Fukuda Kanon | Ogawa Saki
2nd Generation Nakanishi Kana | Katsuta Rina | Tamura Meimi
Sub-Members: Kosuga Fuyuka
3rd Generation Murota Mizuki | Aikawa Maho
7th Generation Oota Haruka
Discography
Indie Singles 1. aMa no Jaku | 2. Asu wa Date na no ni, Imasugu Koe ga Kikitai | 3. Suki-chan | 4. Otona ni Narutte Muzukashii!!! | 5. SMILE FANTASY!
Major Singles 1. Yumemiru Fifteen | 2. ○○ Ganbaranakutemo Eenende!! | 3. Onaji Jikyuu de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama | 4. Short Cut | 5. Koi ni Booing Buu! | 6. Uchouten LOVE | 7. Tachiagirl | 8. Please Miniskirt Postwoman! | 9. Choto Mate Kudasai! | 10. Dot Bikini | 11. Suki yo, Junjou Hankouki. | 12. Samui ne. | 13. Tabidachi no Haru ga Kita | 14. Atarashii Watashi ni Nare! / Yattaruchan | 15. Ee ka!? / "Ii Yatsu" | 16. Mystery Night! / Eighteen Emotion | 17. Aa Susukino / Chikyuu wa Kyou mo Ai wo Hagukumu | 18. Taiki Bansei / Otome no Gyakushuu | 19. Nana Korobi Ya Oki / Gashin Shoutan / Mahou Tsukai Sally | 20. Desugita Kui wa Utarenai / Dondengaeshi / Watashi | 21. Tsugitsugi Zokuzoku / Itoshima Distance / Koi Nara Tokku ni Hajimatteru | 22. Umaku Ienai / Ai no Tame Kyou Made Shinkashite Kita Ningen, Ai no Tame Subete Taikashite Kita Ningen / Wasurete Ageru | 23. Ai Sae Areba Nanni mo Iranai / Namida Iro no Ketsui / Majokko Megu-chan | 24. Nakenai ze・・・Kyoukan Sagi / Uraha=Lover / Kimi Dake ja nai sa...friends (2018 Acoustic Ver.) | 25. Tade Kuu Mushi mo Like it! / 46okunen LOVE | 26. Koi wa Accha Accha / Yumemita Fifteen | 27. Watashi wo Tsukuru no wa Watashi / Zenzen Okiagarenai SUNDAY
Other Singles

DVD/Blu-ray: 1. Manner Mode / Kisokutadashiku Utsukushiku / Kimi Dake ja nai sa...friends
Lilpri: 1. Little♡Princess☆Pri! | 2. Idolulu
Collaborations: My School March | Makeruna Wasshoi! | Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku | YEAH YEAH YEAH / Akogare no Stress-free / Hana, Takenawa no Toki

Albums

Original: 1. Warugaki ① | 2. ② Smile Sensation | 3. Rinnetenshou ~ANGERME Past, Present & Future~
Best: 1. S/mileage Best Album Kanzenban ① | 2. S/mileage / ANGERME SELECTION ALBUM "Taiki Bansei"
Soundtracks: Engeki Joshibu Musical LILIUM -Lilium Shoujo Junketsu Kageki- Original Soundtrack

Concerts & Events
Concerts

Winter Tours: 2020
Spring Tours: 2014 | 2015 | 2016 (Live, Concert) | 2017 (Live, Concert) | 2018 (Live, Concert) | 2019 (Live, Concert) | 2020
Summer Tours: 2015 | 2019
Fall Tours: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 (Live, Concert)
Overseas: 2018 (Paris, Asia) | 2019 (Mexico City)
One-Day: 2011 | 2014 | 2015 | 2017 | 2019 (Katsuta Rina Sotsugyou Special, ANGERME 2019 Aki "Next Page")

Events "S/mileage Best Album Kanzenban 1" Hatsubai Kinen Special Concert | S/mileage 2nd Original Album "2 Smile Sensation" Hatsubai Kinen Event
Other Concerts & Events
Joint Concerts

Spring Tours: 2010 (with Mano Erina) | 2011 (with ℃-ute)
Fall Tours: 2013 (with ℃-ute)
Other: 2017 (with Up Up Girls (Kari))

Hello! Project Concerts

Summer Tours: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Winter Tours: 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Hina Fes: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Hallo! Fes: 2018
COUNTDOWN PARTY: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019
Other: Hello! Project ☆ Festival 2011 | Hello! Project Yaon Premium Live ~Soto Fest~ | Berryz Koubou Matsuri | Hello! Project 2020 ~The Ballad~

Units & Other Groups
In-group Subunits Lilpri
Other Related Units Hello Pro Kenshuusei | Shugo Chara Egg! | Shin Minimoni | High-King | ZYX-α | Oha Girl Maple | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers | Hello! Project Mobekimasu | Peaberry | Harvest | HI-FIN | Sato no Akari | Kamiishinaka Kana | Country Girls
Hello Pro Kenshuusei
Members
25th Generation Yonemura Kirara
27th Generation Yamada Ichigo | Nakayama Natsume
28th Generation Tamenaga Shion | Kubota Nanami | Matsubara Yulia
29th Generation Saito Madoka | Onoda Karin
30th Generation

Hiromoto Ruri | Hashida Honoka | Nishizaki Miku | Hirayama Yuki | Kitahara Momo | Ebata Kisaki | Yofuu Runo | Murakoshi Ayana | Uemura Hasumi

Former Members
1st Generation Korenaga Miki | Kawashima Miyuki | Okada Yui | Noto Arisa | Morozuka Kanami | Aoki Erina | Tanaka Anri | Ose Kaede | Sengoku Minami | Sawada Yuri | Muto Mika | Hashida Mirei | Furukawa Konatsu | Hashimoto Aina | Ooyanagi Maho | Akiyama Yurika | Okada Robin Shoko | Arihara Kanna | Goto Yuki | Sainen Mia | Mori Saki | Yutoku Ayumi | Kitahara Sayaka | Wada Ayaka | Maeda Yuuka | Fukuda Kanon | Saho Akari | Okai Asuna | Sekine Azusa | Ogawa Saki | Maeda Irori | Arai Manami
2nd Generation Mano Erina | Ogura Manami | Komine Momoka
Transfer Student Linlin
3rd Generation Kikkawa Yuu
4th Generation Fukumura Mizuki | Kaneko Rie | Takeuchi Akari
5th Generation Miyamoto Karin
6th Generation Sezaki Azusa | Sato Ayano
7th Generation Hirano Tomomi | Katsuta Rina
8th Generation Takagi Sayuki
9th Generation Tanabe Nanami
10th Generation Kizawa Runa | Nagasawa Wakana | Kudo Haruka
11th Generation Yoshihashi Kurumi | Hamaura Ayano | Taguchi Natsumi
12th Generation Otsuka Aina | Mogi Minami | Ogawa Rena
13th Generation Yamaga Kanae | Oda Sakura
14th Generation Kosuga Fuyuka | Uemura Akari
15th Generation Okamura Rise | Murota Mizuki
16th Generation Yamagishi Riko | Nomura Minami
17th Generation Kanazawa Tomoko | Ichioka Reina | Kaga Kaede | Kishimoto Yumeno | Makino Maria | Wada Sakurako
18th Generation Sasaki Rikako
19th Generation Tanaka Karen | Inaba Manaka | Mikame Kana | Fujii Rio | Mashiro Kana | Inoue Hikaru
20th Generation Yamaki Risa | Yokogawa Yumei | Niinuma Kisora | Oura Hirona | Dambara Ruru | Haga Akane | Funaki Musubu
21st Generation Aikawa Maho | Takemura Miu | Saito Kana
22nd Generation Hashimoto Nagisa | Horie Kizuki | Shimano Momoko | Ogata Risa | Hirose Ayaka | Tanimoto Ami | Inoue Rei | Asakura Kiki | Onoda Saori
23rd Generation Takase Kurumi
24th Generation Ono Mizuho | Nakano Rion | Yanagawa Nanami | Maeda Kokoro | Akiyama Mao | Kanatsu Mizuki | Kasahara Momona | Okamoto Honoka
25th Generation Noguchi Kurumi | Ono Kotomi | Kodama Sakiko | Kiyono Momohime
26th Generation Kawamura Ayano | Yokoyama Reina | Yoshida Marie | Nishida Shiori | Yamazaki Yuhane | Hashisako Rin
27th Generation Shimakura Rika | Hibi Marina | Eguchi Saya | Doi Rena | Okamura Minami | Matsunaga Riai
28th Generation Hashimoto Momoko | Goto Sayaka | Shutto Anna | Kanemitsu Ruru
29th Generation Kusunoki Mei
Discography
Indies Singles 1. Kanojo ni Naritai!!! | 2. Ten Made Nobore! | 3. Oheso no Kuni Kara Konnichiwa / Ten Made Nobore! (DVD single)
Soundtrack Singles Karen na Gasshoudan
Campaign Singles Sora ga Aru | Mottainai Baasan Ondo
Albums 1. ① Let's say "Hello!" | 2. Rainbow×2
Concerts & Events
Shinjin Kouen Concerts

2007: May | August | November
2008: March | June | September | November
2009: April | June | September | November
2010: March | June | September | November

Happyoukai Concerts

2011: September
2012: March | June | September | December
2013: March | June | September | December
2014: February/March | June | September | November/December
2015: March | June | September | November/December
2016: February/March | June | September | December
2017: March | June | September | December
2018: March | June | September | December
2019: March | June | September | December
2020: March
Test Events: 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020

Other Concerts 2010nen Hello Pro Egg Norimen Live 2gatsu
Units & Other Groups
Sub-Units & Groups Tomoiki Ki wo Uetai | Shugo Chara Egg! | Kashou Egg | Hello Pro Kenshuusei Unit
Debuted Acts
(within UP-FRONT)
THE Possible | Mano Erina | S/mileage | Kikkawa Yuu | Up Up Girls (Kari) | Juice=Juice | Kobushi Factory | Tsubaki Factory | BEYOOOOONDS
Associated Acts v-u-den | Little Gatas | ℃-ute | Mix Gatas | Morning Musume | Ongaku Gatas | Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | MilkyWay | High-King | Aa! | Shin Minimoni | Reborn Eleven | Jurin | Country Girls
Related Acts Up-Front Egg | NICE GIRL Project! Kenshuusei | Hello Pro Kansai Kenshuusei | Hello Pro Korea Kenshuusei | Hello Pro Kenshuusei Hokkaido
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