Shonentai (少年隊, Shōnentai, lit. Regiment of Boys) is a three-member Japanese idol group under the talent agency Johnny & Associates. They debuted on December 12, 1985. The group lead an annual musical Playzone from 1986 to 2008 for about 957 performances with a total attendance of over 1.38 million people over the course of 22 years.
Shizuka Kudo (Kudou Shizuka, 工藤静香, born 14 April 1970) is a Japanese singer and J-Pop idol who made her debut on 31 August 1987. She was also a member of the groups おニャン子クラブ (Onyanko Club) and うしろ髪ひかれ隊 (Ushirogami Hikaretai). Early on in her career, she was also a member of the idol trio セブンティーンクラブ (Seventeen Club), which broke up after only two singles.
Shojotai is a Japanese pop group.
Shojotai debuted in 1984 with the album "Shojotaiphoon" and the single "Forever ~Gingam Check Story~." The line up featured members Aida Miho, Yasuhara Reiko and Ichikawa Chiiko. Chiiko retired on August 8, 1985, the release date of their appropriately titled single "Bye Bye Girl.
本田美奈子 or "本田美奈子." (Honda Minako, July 31, 1967 - November 6, 2005) was a Japanese pop-star and musical singer. She got famous and popular as "Japan's Madonna" because of her sexy fashion and live performance in 1980s. In 2005, her blood type changed into A type from O type by a transplant of umbilical cord blood after the detection of her illness.