Biography

NMB48 (or Namba48) is a all-female Japanese theater and idol group produced by Akimoto Yasushi. It perform regularly in the NMB48 Theater in Namba, Osaka. The group belongs to Kyoraku Yoshimoto Holdings Co., Ltd., a joint corporation of Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. and Kyoraku Sangyo Co., Ltd.

On 10 July 2010, AKB48 first announced that they will be forming a second sister national group and that this new group will be based in Namba, Japan.

NMB48 officially became active on 9 October 2010. Yasushi Akimoto announced that the group will have 26 research students for the first generation, that made their first appearance at the AKB48 Tokyo Autumn Festival.

NMB48 made their debut performance at their theater on New Year’s Day 2011. And released their debut single, “Zetsumetsu Kurokami Shōjo” on 20 July 2011. On its debut week, the single sold a total of about 218,000 copies, making it the bestselling debut single of a girlgroup on the Oricon weekly charts, and makes NMB48 the second girl group after PASSPO to reach number 1 with a debut single.

On June 6, the second generation winners were announced at the end of Team N’s performance at TDC Hall. The introduction of the 2nd generation brought the total number of members in NMB48 to their goal number of 48.

In October 19, NMB48 released Oh My God!, their 2nd single.

Team N have two stages: “Dareka no Tame ni” (released in January, that have a DVD released at June) and “Seishun Girls” (released in May). 2nd generation of Kenkyuusei have one: “Party ga Hajimaru yo”, released in August.

NMB48 also participed from the AKB48 22nd Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo “Kotoshi mo Gachi Desu” and the 24th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai. Yamamoto Sayaka participed from “Everyday, Kachuusha” and “Kaze wa Fuiteiru”, Watanabe Miyuki from “Everyday, Kachuusha” and Yamaguchi Yuuki and Hikawa Ayame (Research Student) from “Ue Kara Mariko”.

NMB48 will release their 3rd single, Junjou U-19, in February 8th.

[Team N]

Ogasawara Mayu
Kadowaki Kanako
Kishino Rika
Kinoshita Haruna
Kotani Riho
Kondo Rina
Shinohara Kanna
Jonishi Kei
Shiroma Miru
Fukumoto Aina
Matsuda Shiori
Yamaguchi Yuuki
Yamada Nana
Yamamoto Sayaka (Captain)
Yoshida Akari
Watanabe Miyuki

[Kenkyuusei]

[1st Generation]
Ota Riona
Okita Ayaka
Kawakami Rena
Kinoshita Momoka
Koyanagi Arisa
Hara Mizuki
Hikawa Ayame
Yamagishi Natsumi

[2nd Generation]
Azuma Yuki
Ishida Yuumi
Uno Mizuki
Otani Riko
Okada Risako
Koga Narumi
Kodakari Yuuka
Sato Sorai
Shimada Rena
Jo Eriko
Takano Yui
Tanigawa Airi
Nakagawa Hiromi
Nishizawa Rurina
Hayashi Momoka
Fujita Runa
Mita Mao
Murakami Ayaka
Murase Sae
Yagura Fuuko
Yamamoto Hitomi
Yogi Keira

Former Members
Yamauchi Ayaka (Withdrew November 5, 2010)
Mori Ayaka (Graduated June 25, 2011)
Takiyama Akane (Graduated December 11, 2011)

Official Site: http://www.nmb48.com/.

Edited by javalivalente on 18 Dec 2011, 17:38

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Formed in
  • 2010
Founded in
  • Namba, Japan
Band Members
  • Ogasawara Mayu   (2010 - )
  • Kadowaki Kanako   (2010 - )
  • Kishino Rika   (2010 - )
  • Kinoshita Haruna   (2010 - )
  • Kotani Riho   (2010 - )
  • Kondo Rina   (2010 - )
  • Shinohara Kanna   (2010 - )
  • Jonishi Kei   (2010 - )
  • Shiroma Miru   (2010 - )
  • Fukumoto Aina   (2010 - )
  • Matsuda Shiori   (2010 - )
  • Yamaguchi Yuuki   (2010 - )
  • Yamada Nana   (2010 - )
  • Yamamoto Sayaka   (2010 - )
  • Yoshida Akari   (2010 - )
  • Watanabe Miyuki   (2010 - )
  • Ota Riona   (2010 - )
  • Okita Ayaka   (2010 - )
  • Kawakami Rena   (2010 - )
  • Kinoshita Momoka   (2010 - )
  • Koyanagi Arisa   (2010 - )
  • Hara Mizuki   (2010 - )
  • Hikawa Ayame   (2010 - )
  • Yamagishi Natsumi   (2010 - )
  • Azuma Yuki   (2011 - )
  • Ishida Yuumi   (2011 - )
  • Uno Mizuki   (2011 - )
  • Otani Riko   (2011 - )
  • Okada Risako   (2011 - )
  • Koga Narumi   (2011 - )
  • Kodakari Yuuka   (2011 - )
  • Sato Sorai   (2011 - )
  • Shimada Rena   (2011 - )
  • Jo Eriko   (2011 - )
  • Takano Yui   (2011 - )
  • Tanigawa Airi   (2011 - )
  • Nakagawa Hiromi   (2011 - )
  • Nishizawa Rurina   (2011 - )
  • Hayashi Momoka   (2011 - )
  • Fujita Runa   (2011 - )
  • Mita Mao   (2011 - )
  • Murakami Ayaka   (2011 - )
  • Murase Sae   (2011 - )
  • Yagura Fuuko   (2011 - )
  • Yamamoto Hitomi   (2011 - )
  • Yogi Keira   (2011 - )
  • Yamauchi Ayaka (Withdrew November 5, 2010)   (2010 - 2010)
  • Mori Ayaka (Graduated June 25, 2011)   (2010 - 2011)
  • Takiyama Akane (Graduated December 11, 2011)   (2011 - 2011)
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