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    In 1999,…

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  8. Morning Musume Sakura Gumi (モーニング娘。さくら組) was a Japanese pop group, one of two subgroups that Morning Musume (モーニング娘。) was divided into in 2003…

  9. SALT5 was one of the three Hello! Project shuffle units created in 2003. Its members were Abe Natsumi, Kago Ai, and Ogawa Makoto from Morning…

  10. Coconuts Musume were recruited by Hello! Project mastermind Tsunku after his former Sharan Q bandmate Makoto spotted them performing at a…

  11. カントリー娘。 (Country Musume) was a Japanese pop group that was part of Hello! Project. The theme of the group is "country girls from Hokkaido".…

  12. Gomattou (ごまっとう) was a one-shot Hello! Project group, similar to the H!P Summer Shuffles, that released one single: "SHALL WE LOVE?". The…

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  14. Hello! Project (ハロー!プロジェクト) is the umbrella name for all-female Japanese pop recording artists contracted to the Up-Front Group in Japan, of…

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  17. Iida Kaori was one of the five runner-ups in the 1997 ASAYAN female vocalist auditions that formed the idol group モーニング娘。 (Morning Musume); she…

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  19. Taiyo to Ciscomoon debuted in April of 1999. Its four members (Inaba Atsuko, RuRu, Shinoda Miho, and Kominato Miwa) were chosen on the TV show…

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