Yasuda Kei (保田圭) is a Japanese singer, musician, photographer and actress formerly under Hello! Project as a member and sub-leader of Morning Musume.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Yasuda Kei, May 2017

Yasuda Kei, April 2015

Yasuda Kei, March 2013

Yasuda Kei, 2012

Yasuda Kei, April 2011

Yasuda Kei, February 2009

Yasuda Kei, January 2008

Yasuda Kei, 2007

Yasuda Kei, 2006

Yasuda Kei, 2002

Yasuda Kei, 2000

Yasuda Kei, 1999

Yasuda Kei, 1998

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Yasuda Kei was born on December 6, 1980 in Futtsu, Chiba Prefecture to a couple whose name are undisclosed. She was two years old when she sang her first sing, "Echizen Misaki". At age 8, Yasuda compsed a song she called "Nagareboshi" (流れ星) for a competition. [1] At age 13, she joined the brass band club in junior high school playing the saxophone. She also participated in the Chibakentaikai tournament playing the saxophone.

In first grade high school, Yasuda got rid of her glasses and started using contacts. She went through a rebellious pahse as a Kogal hanging around Kisarazu. In second grade, Yasuda didn't want to go to school at all and quit in September. She started working part-time jobs at a convenience store, a famiresu, a stationary department and later at McDonald's[2].

1998[edit | edit source]

In 1998, she, along with Yaguchi Mari and Ichii Sayaka, were chosen to be a part of the second generation of singers to be recruited into Morning Musume.

After the second generation joined, Morning Musume went on to produce one album and three more singles until Fukuda Asuka decided to graduate in April 1999 to further pursue her studies. Yasuda was given almost all of Fukuda's lines in future performances of these early songs. She had also collaborated with other Morning Musume members in special projects during these early days. One of the more notable ones was when she co-wrote and co-sang with Abe Natsumi the song "Sanpo" for a radio contest. It became wildly popular and a petition was circulated to make it an official single, though that never did happen.

2000[edit | edit source]

In 2000, the talk show "Utaban" was met with big controversy surrounding Ishibashi's "bullying" of Yasuda. She also obtained a moped license necessary for a commercial shooting.

On May 20, 2000, Yasuda appeared in the movie "Pinch Runner" which was released in theaters.

2001[edit | edit source]

Yasuda was hospitalizatied due to illness early in the New Year. SHe also appeared in the stage play "LOVE Century".

Yasuda and Ichii sang a particularly catchy duet known as "Otome no Shinrigaku" for Morning Musume's second album. In response to the popularity, Tsunku decided to group them together with the third generation member, Goto Maki to create Morning Musume subgroup Petitmoni (also known as Pucchimoni) in 2001. Their first single, "Chokotto LOVE", has sold over a million copies since its release date.

She had also collaborated with other Morning Musume members in special projects during these early days. One of the more notable ones was when she co-wrote and co-sang with Natsumi Abe the song "Sanpo" for a radio contest. Kei Yasuda also performed a few self written songs on a radio show. Despite more fans requests for the songs to be released, they never were. They are titled "Nacchi wa nee" and "Dear My Friend", and were sung on air at "MBS Radio".

After Ichii graduated from Morning Musume and Petitmoni, fourth generation member Yoshizawa Hitomi was placed into the subgroup. Yasuda had taken on the role of leader of Petitmoni and the group continued to produce three singles and an album.

After Morning Musume's then-leader Nakazawa Yuko graduated in 2001, Yasuda (who was the oldest member of the group at the time) became a co-leader along with Iida Kaori.

2002[edit | edit source]

In March, Yasude released her first and only photobook "Kei". It placed 7th in the photo book sales.

2003[edit | edit source]

Yasuda graduated in May 2003, to concentrate on an acting career. At the same time when Morning Musume's 6th generation became full-fledged members. Tsunku commented that this one-time sixteen-member formation will be the largest Morning Musume will ever be. During her graduation concert, Yasuda sang a remixed rock version of "Never Forget", which was also Fukuda's graduation song. Additionally, as a special gift, Tsunku gave Yasuda a CD of her own soloist version of "AS FOR ONE DAY", her last single with Morning Musume. On the TV show MBS Song Town on July 3, 2015 Yasuda said Tsunku asked if she wanted to sing the full song, which she did, and then gave her the recording (she showed the mini disc on the show). Yoshizawa Hitomi followed up by saying that (a) this was the first time she heard about it and (b) she didn’t get something similar. Makoto mentioned rumors that later auditions required girls to show their forehead—Yajima said later in the program Tsunku told them, “if you don’t show your forehead you’ll look gloomy.” Yasuda jokes she wouldn’t have passed, and was told not to show her forehead. Tsunku mentioned in his 20th Anniversary interview that even though the camera focused on others, it was usually Yasuda singing.[3]

Upon her graduation from the group, "Utaban" aired a one hour Kemeko SP special.

Upon her graduation from the group, she became the first sub-leader of Hello! Project.[4]

Following Yasuda's graduation, Iida was given the title of leader of Morning Musume and Yaguchi was given the title of sub-leader. Petitmoni's leadership was handed over to Yoshizawa, and two members were added (fifth generation Morning Musume member Ogawa Makoto and Coconuts Musume's Ayaka Kimura) and Goto was removed. This new line up of Petitmoni never had another release, but a few of their songs were featured on compilation albums.

A program called "Hello! Kids" (ハローキッズ), airing from 2002 to 2004, featured Yasuda in a segment series called "Bishoujo Senshi Oshienja" (美少女戦士オシエンジャー).[5]

2004[edit | edit source]

Yasuda is still in Hello! Project after graduation and has acted in dramas outside of H!P. Within H!P, she has collaborated with Nakazawa Yuko and other H!P artists on 2 Folk Songs albums, performed and MCed in Abe's first solo concert, sang backup for Goto Maki's single "Daite Yo! Please Go On," and had hosted Morning Musume's weekly TV show Hello! Morning until Ishikawa Rika took that position. Yasuda had participated in the H.P. All Stars single "ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL!" and the Puripuri Pink shuffle unit. Puripuri Pink was a new type of shuffle unit, since it was the first unit to feature graduated Morning Musume members, who were usually not included in the shuffles.

During a promotional appearance on Utaban in 2004, Yasuda revealed that she has been learning psychology, how to play golf, how to play the flute, and also that she is pursuing a career in the theater.

2007[edit | edit source]

From January 31 to February 7, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Shinjuku no Onna" with fellow former Morning Musume member Tsuji Nozomi.[6]

From May 23 to June 17, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Youkihi no Kanpouyaku".[7]

From August 15-19, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Chigaimasu Sisters" alongside Ayaka.[8]

2008[edit | edit source]

From December 4-7, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Lemon Star" alongside Shibata Ayumi.[9]

2009[edit | edit source]

From April 23 to May 2, she appeared in the stage play "Mikoto Mannequin" alongside Shibata Ayumi, Noto Arisa, and Miyoshi Erika.[10]

On March 31, 2009, Yasuda graduated from Hello! Project along with the rest of the H!P Elder Club.

On May 25, 2009, she took the photos for the Hello! Pro Eggs photobook that would be sold in June at the Shinjin Kouen ~Nakano STEP~ concert. [5]

On September 21, Kei had to have surgery to remove her tonsils[11]. On her blog she revealed that she has had chronic tonsillitis since the time of her debut and and as a result has gotten fevers since then.[12]

From December 2-6, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Romantic no Yoroshiku" alongside Yajima Maimi and Nakajima Saki.[13]

After graduating from Hello! Project in 2009, Yasuda has written several songs. The song Kimi ni Todoke was performed at fan club events, and the performance made it to a fan club dvd. It was also released as a digital download.

2010[edit | edit source]

From July 20-25, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Boku ni Niai no Karada".[14]

In September of 2010, She joined the unit Afternoon Musume with 7 of her fellow OG members.

From December 22-27, Yasuda appeared in the stage play "Abe Naikaku" alongside Abe Natsumi and Kusumi Koharu.[15] The play is about the prime minister and politics.

2011[edit | edit source]

On January 28, 2011, It was announced that Yasuda was part of the OG member group Dream Morning Musume and that they will be releasing the groups first album, called "Dorimusu ①", on April 20, 2011.

On April 11, 2011, It was announced that her and two other Dream Morning Musume members Yaguchi Mari and Nakazawa Yuko will be holding casual dinner shows on both Osaka and Tokyo.

2012[edit | edit source]

Yasuda, Natsuyaki Miyabi, and Sudo Maasa will perform in a comedy play titled B・B ~bumpy buddy~. It will be performed on May 15, 2012.

2013[edit | edit source]

On February 15, theuflicks channel release the first episode of UF Licks show, where Yasuda, along with Tasaki Asashi, was the host for the episode. At the end of the event, she revealed that she will attend Forest For Rest ~SATOYAMA e Ikou~ SATOYAMA movement in YOKOHAMA on March 2nd and 3rd.

On May 2, it was announced that she will be getting married to Kozaki Yoichi.[16]

On May 29, Yasuda and Kozaki Yoichi registered their marriage and are now legally married.[17]

On August 7, it was announced that Yasuda's father was reported missing.[18] At an event, Yasuda said she hasn't been able to contact him in any way since May and filed a missing persons report with the police department in July. The police are currently searching for the man. 

On October 1, Yasuda was transferred to J.P ROOM alongside Ishikawa Rika and Yoshizawa Hitomi.

On December 14 and 15 Yasuda Kei and Ogawa Makoto hosted a Christmas Dinner show titled Yasuda Kei Ogawa Makoto Christmas Dinner Show 2013

2017[edit | edit source]

On July 28, Yasuda announced that she was expecting her first child.[19] She gave birth to her son on January 7, 2018.[20]

2020[edit | edit source]

On February 29, Yasuda and Yaguchi Mari were scheduled to hold a live event called "M-line club 10 Shuunen Kikaku 'Yasuda Kei, Yaguchi Mari' FC Event" (M-line club 10周年企画「保田圭・矢口真里FCイベント」), but it was later cancelled du e to the coronavirus.[21]

On June 19, Yasuda, along with Iida Kaori and Tsuji Nozomi, attended an online event called "Mou Sugu Papa no Hi ~Papa to Mama no Iiwake!! Dousoukai Special~" (もうすぐパパの日!~パパとママのいいわけ!!同窓会スペシャル!~). It was streamed live on YouTube[22]. It is tied up to the release of Tsunku's new childrens' book "Nee, Mama? Boku no Onegai!".[23]

On July 11, Yasuda was an MC at the Hello! Project 2020 Summer COVERS ~The Ballad~[24].

On August 28, Yasuda appeared at the presentation of the product Shiramen Wrinkle Duo [25].

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

  • Yasuda has a little brother who was born when she was 9 years old.
  • Her parents divorced in April 2012.[26]

She dropped out of school after her first year in high school. She worked part-time jobs when auditioning for Morning Musume.

Is good friends with fellow second generation member Yaguchi Mari.

Profile[edit | edit source]

  • Measurements: 30,26,35
  • Assets: Voice, humor
  • Hobbies: Enjoying movies, drawing, organizing photos/photography, and kanji drills
  • Special skills: Playing electronic organ, flute, and saxophone
  • Favorite colors: Red, pink
  • Favorite flowers: Roses, margarets, sunflowers
  • Favorite seasons: Summer because I like the seas and the festivals <3
  • Favorite food: Yakiniku, soft roe, kimchee, nattou/soba, chocolate
  • Disliked food: Shallots, milk, cheesecake
  • Favorite movies: Pulp Fiction, Charlie's Angels, Schindler's List, etc.
  • Favorite words: Going my way, love
  • Favorite song: Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana
  • Favorite childhood song: "Red Shoes"
  • Favorite Part of Japan: Tokyo
  • Game played when a child: Red Rover.
  • Admirable Japanese person: My mother because she is a really good mom, I hope to be like her when I become a mother someday
  • Image of Japan: A pure one (i.e. Japanese food, kimonos, ect)
  • Best part about being in Morning Musume: I was able to give my best in many ways and meet many people
  • If never part of Morning Musume: I'd be married by now (you get married quick in the country)
  • Message to the world: Reduce the traffic! (in Tokyo mostly)

Discography[edit | edit source]

See Also: List:Yasuda Kei Discography Featured In

Uta Doki!
  • Ihoujin (Strange)
  • Ai no memory
  • Tentou Mushi No Samba
  • Oyoge! Taiyakikun
  • Aijin
  • Anata
  • Tori no Uta
  • Sayonara no Mukou Gawa
  • Mirai Yosouzu II
  • Joukyou Monogatari
  • Kazarijanai no yo Namida wa
  • Manatsu no Dekigoto (accompanied by Hirayama Miki)
  • Goodbye My Love (accompanied by Hirayama Miki)
  • Young Man (with Yaguchi Mari)
  • Genki wo Dashite (with Yaguchi Mari)
  • Moshimo Piano ga Hiketanara (accompanied Takayama Gen)
  • Tabi no Yado (accompanied by Takayama Gen)
  • Imouto (accompanied by Takayama Gen)
  • Shiretoko Ryojou (accompanied by Inaba Akira)
  • Wakarete Mo Suki Na Hito (Encore) (accompanied by Horiuchi Takao)
  • Fushigi na Peach Pie (with Abe Natsumi)
  • Ano Subarashii Ai wo Mou Ichido (with Goto Maki accompanied by Sugita Jiro)
  • Shirube Nai Tabi (accompanied by Inaba Akira)
Hello! Days
  • The Rose
Vol.12 (Kemeko no Heya)
  • Never Forget
  • Best Friend
  • Sanpo (with Abe Natsumi)
  • Cutey Honey

Unreleased Songs[edit | edit source]

Yasuda has written several songs, but none of them have been released on CD. This is a list of songs that have been performed live or on radio:

  • Nacchi wa Nee. (なっちはねぇ。; You See, Nacchi She.) is an R&B breeze pop song written by Yasuda Keiand composed by Tamai Kenji. It was only performed on air on MBS Radio on April 7th, 2001.
  • Dear My Friend is a medium ballad song written by Yasuda Kei and composed by Tamai Kenji. It was only performed on air on MBS Radio on March 30th, 2002. A large fan base held petitions trying to achieve a CD release for it, but that never happened.
  • Happy is a song written by Yaguchi Mari and composed by Yasuda Kei. It was first presented as an original song at the live show Yasuda Kei & Yaguchi Mari Special Live 2010 -Kimi ni Todoke 13nenme e no Kansha!-. The song was arranged by TAKAROT.
  • Mou Ichido ~I miss you~ (もう一度〜I miss you〜; One More Time ~I Miss You~) is a song written and composed by Yasuda Kei. It was first presented as an original song at the live show Yasuda Kei & Yaguchi Mari Special Live 2010 -Kimi ni Todoke 13nenme e no Kansha!!. The song was arranged by TAKAROT.[27]
  • Kimi e no Uta ~Always Love~ (きみへのうた〜Always Love~; A Song to You ~Always Love~) is a song written and composed by Yasuda Kei. It was first presented as an original song during her 2012 birthday live held on December 23rd, 2012.

Discography Participated In[edit | edit source]

Morning Musume
Dream Morning Musume
Hello! Project

Morning Musume
Kiiro 5
10nin Matsuri
Odoru 11
Hello! Project Seikatai
Puripuri Pink
Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers
Dream Morning Musume

Afternoon Musume

Morning Musume

Publications[edit | edit source]

Solo Photobooks[edit | edit source]

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  1. [2002.03.02] Kei

Books[edit | edit source]


  • [2014.04.20] Bibusukon - Saikai Musume. No Konkatsu Monogatari -

Works[edit | edit source]

Events[edit | edit source]

DVD[edit | edit source]

Movies[edit | edit source]

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TV Shows[edit | edit source]

TV Dramas[edit | edit source]

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  • [2002] Kochira hon ikegami sho (こちら本池上署)
  • [2002] Mikeneko Holmes no Hanzaigaku Kouza (三毛猫ホームズの犯罪学講座)
  • [2004] Tokio-chichi he no Dengon (トキオ 父への伝言)
  • [2005] Nijyuushi no Hitomi (二十四の瞳)
  • [2006] Shinjuku no haha monogatari (新宿の母物語)
  • [2007] Sousa Ikka - Ken atari han, Takako no manako (捜査一課・見当たり班 鷹子の眼)
  • [2012] Suugaku♥Joshi Gakuen (数学♥女子学園)
  • [2012] Mikkai no yado 9 hoseki no amai wana (密会の宿9 宝石の甘い罠)
  • [2012] Shiawase no jikan (幸せの時間)
  • [2013] Sho kyoto renzoku satsujin jiken x Gekai hatomura shugoro (小京都連続殺人事件×外科医 鳩村周五郎)

Theater[edit | edit source]

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  • [2004] Rashomon ~Onnatachi no Maboroshi~ (羅生門~女たちのまぼろし~)
  • [2006] Natsu no Yoru no Yume (夏ノ夜ノ夢; Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream")
  • [2006] Otona no Mugicha Dai kyu hai me Kouen "Nemurenaito" (大人の麦茶第九杯目公演「ネムレナイト」)
  • [2006] MAMA LOVES mambo IV
  • [2007] Showa kayo shiata shinjuku no onna (昭和歌謡シアター新宿の女)
  • [2007] Yokihi no kanpoyaku (楊貴妃の漢方薬)
  • [2007] Shinjuku no Onna (新宿の女)
  • [2007] Chigaimasu sisters (ちがいますシスターズ)
  • [2007] COASTER(Coaster) (COASTER(コースター))
  • [2008] Shishi tachi (志士たち)
  • [2008] THE do tsubo!!! (THEどツボッ!!)
  • [2008] Lemon Star (レモンスター)
  • [2009] Mikoto Mannequin (ミコトマネキン)
  • [2009] Every Little Thing '09 (エブリ リトル シング '09)
  • [2009] Romantic ni yoroshiku (ロマンチックにヨロシク)
  • [2010] Momoiro shoten e yokoso (桃色書店へようこそ)
  • [2010] Murder Factory (マーダーファクトリー)
  • [2010] Nemure nu yoru no 1 x 8 requiem ~Naked police academy~ (眠れぬ夜の1×8レクイエム〜ネイキットポリスアカデミー〜)
  • [2010] Boku ni Niai no Karada (僕に似合いの身体)
  • [2010] Ii hi, risutora (いい日、リストラ)
  • [2010] Jinsei wa Show Time! (人生はショータイム!)
  • [2010] Genji monogatari x Oguro Maki songs ~Boku wa jūnihitoe ni koi wo suru~ (源氏物語×大黒摩季songs〜僕は十二単に恋をする〜)
  • [2010] Amakara (あまから)
  • [2010] Abe Naikaku (安倍内閣)
  • [2011] Sarachi 5 (更地5)
  • [2011] Nemureru mori no bijo (眠れる森の美女)
  • [2012] Sarachi 6 (更地6)
  • [2012] B・B~bumpy buddy~
  • [2012] Tabidachi ~Ashoro yori~ (旅立ち〜足寄より〜)
  • [2012] Aoge ba (あおげば)
  • [2013] I.have.a.dream (アイ・ハヴ・ア・ドリーム)
  • [2014] Bokutachi Karen na Shounen Gasshoudan

Radio[edit | edit source]

  • [1998-1999] Morning Musume no onegai MORNING CALL! (モーニング娘。のお願いMORNING CALL!)
  • [1999-2000] Pucchimoni Diver (プッチモニダイバー)
  • [2001-2002] Pucchimoni Driver V3 (プッチモニダイバーV3)
  • [2000-2002; 2009–] Young Town Doyoubi (ヤングタウン土曜日)
  • [2016–2017] HELLO! DRIVE! (HELLO! DRIVE! -ハロドラ-) (Wednesdays)

Internet[edit | edit source]

  • [2013-] UF LICKS

Commercials[edit | edit source]

  • [2000] Glico Mousse Pocky
  • [2013] Fuku Pika (フクピカ)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Yasuda is skilled in several musical instruments, including the saxophone and the piano.
  • She has made several appearances on TV and in concert accompanying herself or others.
  • On a variety show she mentioned that when she finally would get a solo part of a song, she'd work really hard on that certain part when they would shoot the MV's or whenever they performed the song on variety shows. However, she was very frustrated on how producers would usually center Abe Natsumi on the camera for most of the time even if all of Morning Musume was singing togethor. She says a way that she could get on camera was if she slyly appeared behind Abe when the camera was focused on her. Tsugunaga Momoko noted that she and others who were kouhai's of Morning Musume would analyze these occurrences and implement them when they also appeared on stage.
  • On that same variety show she mentioned that Goto Maki  and Abe Natsumi received many presents and letters during their handshake events however, Yasuda would only get 2 or few.
  • Yasuda wrote a kaeuta (parody song) in 2010, where she complained about wanting to be center for at least one of Morning Musume’s singles, but she never got to be.
  • Yasuda attended Kimitsu Shogyo (Commercial) High School in Futtsu City, Chiba Prefecture, but dropped out to pursue her dreams in the entertainment industry.
  • She worked in a McDonald's restaurant in her hometown, until 1998.
  • She is the third oldest girl to join Morning Musume after its formation and the oldest to join under normal circumstances (Fujimoto Miki of the 6th generation was added to Morning Musume after failing the 4th generation audition and was brought back as a soloist before being added, and 8th generation member Junjun was added after an audition that was not even known by the members of the group themselves.).
  • She was famously known as the "grandma" of Morning Musume, and was the frequent target of jokes from TV hosts and other members.
  • She is best friends with Yaguchi Mari.
  • Had a youkai Yasuda Doll made for her on Utaban.
  • She is the third former Morning Musume member to only graduate from Morning Musume and not Hello! Project. The first being Nakazawa Yuko and the second being Goto Maki.
  • Appears in the TV Drama Suugaku♥Joshi Gakuen together with Iida Kaori as the Devil Sisters.
  • She was the only Morning Musume sub-leader who never became leader. In 2018, Iikubo Haruna became the second former sub-leader to never become leader.
  • She is the last 2nd Generation member to get married.
  • Her son (born on January 7, 2018), shares his birthday with fellow Morning Musume member Ishida Ayumi (January 7, 1997) who was born 21 years prior.
  • When Yasuda was in Morning Musume, she was made fun of for her wink-style.[28]
  • The first CD Yasuda bought was by Sharan Q.[29]

See Also[edit | edit source]

Honorary Titles[edit | edit source]

Honorary titles

Oldest Member of Petitmoni
October 3, 1999 - 2002

Succeeded by


Sub-leader of Morning Musume
April 16, 2001 – May 5, 2003

Succeeded by
Yaguchi Mari

Preceded by
Nakazawa Yuko

Oldest Member of Morning Musume
April 16, 2001 - May 5, 2003

Succeeded by
Iida Kaori


Sub-leader of Hello! Project
May 5, 2003 - March 31, 2009

Succeeded by
Fukumura Mizuki

References[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

Morning Musume
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10th Generation Ishida Ayumi (Sub-leader) | Sato Masaki
11th Generation Oda Sakura
12th Generation Nonaka Miki | Makino Maria | Haga Akane
13th Generation Kaga Kaede | Yokoyama Reina
14th Generation Morito Chisaki
15th Generation Kitagawa Rio | Okamura Homare | Yamazaki Mei
Former Members
1st Generation Nakazawa Yuko | Ishiguro Aya | Iida Kaori | Abe Natsumi | Fukuda Asuka
2nd Generation Yasuda Kei | Yaguchi Mari | Ichii Sayaka
3rd Generation Goto Maki
4th Generation Ishikawa Rika | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Tsuji Nozomi | Kago Ai
5th Generation Takahashi Ai | Konno Asami | Ogawa Makoto | Niigaki Risa
6th Generation Fujimoto Miki | Kamei Eri | Michishige Sayumi | Tanaka Reina
7th Generation Kusumi Koharu
8th Generation Mitsui Aika | Junjun | Linlin
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Ai no Tane

Major Singles

1. Morning Coffee | 2. Summer Night Town | 3. Daite HOLD ON ME! | 4. Memory Seishun no Hikari | 5. Manatsu no Kousen | 6. Furusato | 7. LOVE Machine | 8. Koi no Dance Site | 9. Happy Summer Wedding | 10. I WISH | 11. Ren'ai Revolution 21 | 12. The☆Peace! | 13. Mr.Moonlight ~Ai no Big Band~ | 14. Souda! We're ALIVE | 15. Do it! Now | 16. Koko ni Iruzee! | 17. Morning Musume no Hyokkori Hyoutanjima | 18. AS FOR ONE DAY | 19. Shabondama | 20. Go Girl ~Koi no Victory~ | 21. Ai Araba IT'S ALL RIGHT | 22. Roman ~MY DEAR BOY~ | 23. Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari | 24. Namida ga Tomaranai Houkago | 25. THE Manpower!!! | 26. Osaka Koi no Uta | 27. Iroppoi Jirettai | 28. Chokkan 2 ~Nogashita Sakana wa Ookiizo!~ | 29. SEXY BOY ~Soyokaze ni Yorisotte~ | 30. Ambitious! Yashinteki de Ii jan | 31. Aruiteru | 32. Egao YES Nude | 33. Kanashimi Twilight | 34. Onna ni Sachi Are | 35. Mikan | 36. Resonant Blue | 37. Pepper Keibu | 38. Naichau Kamo | 39. Shouganai Yume Oibito | 40. Nanchatte Ren'ai | 41. Kimagure Princess | 42. Onna ga Medatte Naze Ikenai | 43. Seishun Collection | 44. Onna to Otoko no Lullaby Game | 45. Maji Desu ka Ska! | 46. Only You | 47. Kono Chikyuu no Heiwa wo Honki de Negatterun da yo! | 48. Pyocopyoco Ultra | 49. Ren'ai Hunter | 50. One・Two・Three / The Matenrou Show | 51. Wakuteka Take a chance | 52. Help me!! | 53. Brainstorming / Kimi Sae Ireba Nani mo Iranai | 54. Wagamama Ki no Mama Ai no Joke / Ai no Gundan | 55. Egao no Kimi wa Taiyou sa / Kimi no Kawari wa Iyashinai / What is LOVE? | 56. Toki wo Koe Sora wo Koe / Password is 0 | 57. TIKI BUN / Shabadaba Doo~ / Mikaeri Bijin | 58. Seishun Kozou ga Naiteiru / Yuugure wa Ameagari / Ima Koko Kara | 59. Oh my wish! / Sukatto My Heart / Imasugu Tobikomu Yuuki | 60. Tsumetai Kaze to Kataomoi / ENDLESS SKY / One and Only | 61. Utakata Saturday Night! / The Vision / Tokyo to Iu Katasumi | 62. Sexy Cat no Enzetsu / Mukidashi de Mukiatte / Sou ja nai | 63. BRAND NEW MORNING / Jealousy Jealousy | 64. Jama Shinai de Here We Go! / Dokyuu no Go Sign / Wakain da shi! | 65. Are you Happy? / A gonna | 66. Furari Ginza / Jiyuu na Kuni Dakara | 67. Jinsei Blues / Seishun Night | 68. KOKORO&KARADA / LOVEpedia / Ningen Kankei No way way

Digital Singles Gosenfu no Tasuki | Hana ga Saku Taiyou Abite
Albums Original Albums

1. First Time | 2. Second Morning | 3. 3rd -LOVE Paradise- | 4. 4th "Ikimasshoi!" | 5. No.5 | 6. Ai no Dai 6kan | 7. Rainbow 7 | 8. SEXY 8 BEAT | 9. Platinum 9 DISC | 10. ⑩ MY ME | 11. Fantasy! Juuichi | 12. 12, Smart | 13. ⑬ Colorful Character | 14. 14shou ~The message~ | 15. ⑮ Thank you, too

Mini Albums

7.5 Fuyu Fuyu Morning Musume Mini!

Cover Albums



Morning Cop ~Daite HOLD ON ME!~ | "Ribbon no Kishi The Musical" Song Selection | Engeki Joshibu Musical LILIUM -Lilium Shoujo Junketsu Kageki- Original Soundtrack | Engeki Joshibu Musical "TRIANGLE" Original Soundtrack | Engeki Joshibu Musical "Zoku 11nin Iru! Higashi no Chihei, Nishi no Towa" Original Soundtrack | Engeki Joshibu Musical "Pharaoh no Haka" Original Soundtrack

Best Albums Best! Morning Musume 1 | Best! Morning Musume 2 | Morning Musume ALL SINGLES COMPLETE ~10th ANNIVERSARY~ | Morning Musume Zen Single Coupling Collection | The Best! ~Updated Morning Musume~ | Morning Musume '14 Coupling Collection 2 | Best! Morning Musume 20th Anniversary
Other Singles
& Albums
Morning Musume Sakura Gumi

1. Hare Ame Nochi Suki ♡ | 2. Sakura Mankai

Morning Musume Otome Gumi

1. Ai no Sono ~Touch My Heart!~ | 2. Yuujou ~Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!~

Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai

1. Bokura ga Ikiru MY ASIA | 2. Itoshiki Tomo e

Muten Musume

Appare Kaitenzushi!

Dream Morning Musume

Dorimusu ① | Shining Butterfly

Morning Musume 20th

Ai no Tane (20th Anniversary Ver.) | Morning Coffee (20th Anniversary Ver.) | Hatachi no Morning Musume


ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL! | Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku | YEAH YEAH YEAH / Akogare no Stress-free / Hana, Takenawa no Toki


Spring Tours: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Summer Tours: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002
Fall Tours: 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019
Naruchika: 2013 | 2014 | 2016 | 2017
Overseas: 2008 (Taipei, Seoul, Shanghai) | 2009 (Anime Expo) | 2010 (Japan Expo) | 2014 (New York) | 2016 (Houston, Taipei) | 2017 (Hong Kong) | 2018 (Mexico City)
Dinner Shows: 2019 | 2020
Other: 2001 | 2009 | 2019

Other Concerts & Events
Hello! Project Concerts

Summer Tours: 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020
Winter Tours: 2009 | 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 Fes~ supported by Hellosmile | Berryz Koubou Matsuri | Hello! Project 2020 ~The Ballad~

Units & Other Groups
In-group Subunits Tanpopo | Petitmoni | Minimoni | Minihamus | POCKY GIRLS | Venus Mousse | Morning Musume Sakura Gumi | Morning Musume Otome Gumi | Ecomoni | Morning Musume Tanjou 10nen Kinentai | Muten Musume | Morimusu | Zenryoku Yasai Musume | Sashining Musume | Morning Musume 20th
Other Related Units Hello! Project Shuffle Unit | ZYX | ROMANS | Aa! | Gatas Brilhantes H.P. | W | v-u-den | GAM | Kira☆Pika | Athena & Robikerottsu | MilkyWay | High-King | Guardians 4 | Ex-ceed! | Afternoon Musume | Dream Morning Musume | Ganbarou Nippon Ai wa Katsu Singers | Oha Girl Maple | Reborn Eleven | Hello! Project Mobekimasu | Peaberry | DIY♡ | Harvest | LoVendoЯ | HI-FIN | Jurin | Sato no Akari | Triplet | ODATOMO | Kamiishinaka Kana | Country Girls
1999 Ichii Sayaka | Yasuda Kei | Goto Maki
2000 Yoshizawa Hitomi
2002 Ogawa Makoto | Ayaka
Petitmoni V Nakajima Saki | Hagiwara Mai | Mano Erina
Singles 1. Chokotto LOVE | 2. Seishun Jidai 1.2.3! / Bicycle Daiseikou! | 3. BABY! Koi ni KNOCK OUT! | 4. Pittari Shitai X'mas!
Albums Original: Zenbu! Petitmoni
Best: Tanpopo / Petitmoni Mega Best
Other The★Petitmobics | Petitmoni Single V Clips ①
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Morning Musume | Coconuts Musume | ℃-ute | Mano Erina
Hello! Project Shuffle Unit
Shuffle Units
Akagumi 4 1st Gen: Shinoda Miho | Nakazawa Yuko | Danielle | Goto Maki
2nd Gen: Maeda Yuki | Yoshizawa Hitomi
Kiiro 5 1st Gen: Honda Ruru | Heike Michiyo | Yasuda Kei | Abe Natsumi | Ayaka
2nd Gen: Kago Ai
Aoiro 7 1st Gen: Inaba Atsuko | Kominato Miwa | Iida Kaori | Yaguchi Mari | Lehua | Ichii Sayaka | Mika
2nd Gen: Ishikawa Rika | Tsuji Nozomi
3nin Matsuri Ishikawa Rika | Matsuura Aya | Kago Ai
7nin Matsuri Heike Michiyo | Ayaka | Yaguchi Mari | Lehua | Shibata Ayumi | Asami | Goto Maki
10nin Matsuri Yasuda Kei | Rinne | Murakami Megumi | Iida Kaori | Abe Natsumi | Saito Hitomi | Otani Masae | Mika | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Tsuji Nozomi
Happy♡7 Saito Hitomi | Mika | Asami | Takahashi Ai | Ogawa Makoto | Kago Ai | Niigaki Risa
Sexy 8 Heike Michiyo | Ayaka | Otani Masae | Yaguchi Mari | Satoda Mai | Ishikawa Rika | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Goto Maki
Odoru♡11 Ishii Rika | Yasuda Kei | Rinne | Murata Megumi | Iida Kaori | Abe Natsumi | Shibata Ayumi | Fujimoto Miki | Matsuura Aya | Konno Asami | Tsuji Nozomi
SALT5 Maeda Yuki | Abe Natsumi (Leader) | Matsuura Aya | Ogawa Makoto | Kago Ai
7AIR Inaba Atsuko | Otani Masae | Satoda Mai | Mika | Ishikawa Rika (Leader) | Takahashi Ai | Niigaki Risa
11WATER Murata Megumi | Iida Kaori (Leader) | Ayaka | Saito Hitomi | Yaguchi Mari | Shibata Ayumi | Asami | Fujimoto Miki | Yoshizawa Hitomi | Konno Asami | Tsuji Nozomi
H.P. All Stars Morning Musume | Nakazawa Yuko | Abe Natsumi | Yasuda Kei | Goto Maki | Inaba Atsuko | Coconuts Musume Ayaka | Melon Kinenbi | Country Musume | W | Maeda Yuki | Matsuura Aya | Hello! Project Kids | Berryz Koubou | v-u-den
Elegies Satoda Mai | Shibata Ayumi | Takahashi Ai | Tanaka Reina
Sexy Otonajan Fujimoto Miki | Murakami Megumi | Natsuyaki Miyabi
Puripuri Pink Nakazawa Yuko | Inaba Atsuko | Yasuda Kei | Iida Kaori
Singles Akai Nikkichou / Kiiroi Osora de BOOM BOOM BOOM / Aoi Sports Car no Otoko | Chu! Natsu Party / Summer Reggae! Rainbow / Dancing! Natsu Matsuri | Shiawase Beam! Suki Suki Beam! / Shiawase Desu ka? / Shiawase Kyouryuu Ondo | Kowarenai Ai ga Hoshii no / GET UP! Rapper / BE ALL RIGHT! | ALL FOR ONE & ONE FOR ALL! | Onna, Kanashii, Otona / Inshouha Renoir no You ni / Hitoshirezu Mune wo Kanaderu Yoru no Aki
Albums Hello! Project Shuffle Unit Mega Best
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