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Summer 2012

Peaberry (ピーベリー) was a Hello! Project unit consisting of Wada Ayaka from S/mileage and Sayashi Riho from Morning Musume. The group was formed alongside DIY♡ to be part of the SATOYAMA movement.

Members[]

History[]

2012[]

Peaberry was formed in July 2012 when it was announced that they would perform the original song "Cabbage Hakusho" at Hello! Project Tanjou 15 Shuunen Kinen Live 2012 Natsu ~Ktkr Natsu no FAN Matsuri!~.

On November 7, Peaberry's debut single was released, with the MV uploaded onto the official SATOYAMA movement channel on November 1.

On November 11, Peaberry took part in the first SATOYAMA movement fanclub bus tour titled SATOYAMA Higaeri Bus Tour in Hitachiota.

2013[]

Peaberry participated in the Hello! Project Tanjou 15 Shuunen Kinen Live Winter 2013 ~Viva!~ and ~Bravo!~.

On February 27, Peaberry released their major debut single "Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~".

In early June, Peaberry and GREEN FIELDS took part in the second SATOYAMA movement fanclub bus tour titled SATOYAMA Taiken Tour Dai 2 dan! Peaberry, GREEN FIELDS to Sugosu 1-paku 2-nichi Bus Tour in Hitachiota. The tour got a fanclub-exclusive DVD release in late October.

2016[]

In March 2016, Peaberry's profile was deleted from the SATOYAMA movement official website.

Discography[]

Singles[]

Indies Singles[]

  1. [2012.11.07] Cabbage Hakusho / Forest Time (キャベツ白書/フォレストタイム) - with Harvest

Major Singles[]

  1. [2013.02.27] Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (キャベツ白書~春編~)

DVDs[]

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Trivia[]

  • This is Sayashi Riho's first unit since joining Morning Musume.
  • The group was named after a type of bean found in the coffee plant.
  • Both members are/were frontgirls in their main groups.
  • They were considered the main unit of the SATOYAMA movement, receiving the most promotion, and having a major debut.

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