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Tsugunaga Momoko Memorial Event Momogatari (嗣永桃子メモリアルイベント ももがたり) was a memorial event for Tsugunaga Momoko before her graduation from Country Girls and Hello! Project and her retirement from the entertainment industry. Three events took place from April 18 to April 20, 2017.

Each event had a different subtitle and looked back at a different set of years:

  • ~Momo no Tane~ (~ももの種~; Peach Seed), 2002 to 2007
  • ~Momo no Ki~ (~ももの木~; Peach Tree), 2007 to 2010
  • ~Momo ni Mi~ (~ももの実~; Peach Fruit), 2010 to 2017

The DVD of the event was released on August 26, 2017 for fanclub and UP-FRONT WORKS Web Store pre-orders[1][2] and was released for general sale on September 13, 2017.

SetlistEdit

  1. Rival
  2. MC
  3. Honto no Jibun
  4. MC
  5. Seishun Bus Guide
  6. MC
  7. Thank You Very Berry
  8. MC
  9. MC
    • VTR of Tsugunaga and Sugaya Risako's MC and Sugaya's "Elegant Girl" solo from Berryz Koubou Concert Tour 2010 Aki Fuyu ~Berikou Fest!~
  10. Elegant Girl
  11. MC
  12. Rottara Rottara
  13. MC
  14. Arigatou! Otomomochi.

DVD TracklistEdit

Event ScheduleEdit

Date Venue Prefecture Doors Open Event Starts Subtitle
4/18 Shinagawa Prince Stellar Ball Tokyo 18:00 19:00 ~Momo no Tane~
4/19 18:00 19:00 ~Momo no Ki~
4/20 18:00 19:00 ~Momo no Mi~

TriviaEdit

  • Momogatari in the title is a pun on the word monogatari (物語) which means "story" or "legend".
  • Yamaki Risa and Morito Chisaki went to see the ~Momo no Tane~ event.[3]

GalleryEdit

  • ~Momo no Tane~
  • ~Momo no Ki~
  • ~Momo no Mi~

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Tsugunaga called the time in 2008 when Berryz Koubou released singles like "Dschinghis Khan", "Yuke Yuke Monkey Dance", and "MADAYADE" the Comical Era (コミカル期; Comical Ki). She commented in comparison that ℃-ute were doing cool songs at the time.[4][5]
  2. ^ The long period of time Berryz Koubou released several theme songs for the Inazuma Eleven anime series, from "Seishun Bus Guide" to "Shining Power", has been called the Inazuma Era (イナズマ期; Inazuma Ki). However, Tsugunaga called it the Ikeda Era (池田期; Ikeda Ki), referring to Lucky Ikeda, who was Berryz Koubou's dance choreographer at the time.[6][7]
  3. ^ Tsugunaga called Berryz Koubou around 2011 the Wandering Era (迷走期; Meisou Ki), or the Sexy Era (セクシー期; Sexy Ki) because of their "Ai no Dangan" and ⑦ Berryz Times costumes.[8]
  4. ^ In 2012, for the NTV show Dainiki Mise de Shijou Hatsu no Dokkiri! Arienai Shouhi Ureru!? Urenai!?, Berryz Koubou and the all-female comedian trio Morisanchuu set up a gachapon machine in Akihabara that cost 10,000 yen to use.[9][10] Only 7 out of 50 capsules contained a "win" photo of each Berryz Koubou member, and fans would receive a set of signed goods from that member. The other 43 capsules contained a "fail" photo of Morisanchuu, and fans would instead receive a poster of Morisanchuu recreating the "Watashi no Mirai no Danna-sama / Ryuusei Boy" Limited Edition B cover and a tote bag with a photo of them in a hot spring printed on it.[11][12]

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