A discussion about whether UP-FRONT should jump into producing idol documentaries based on Hello! Project.
Berryz Koubou’s 31st single is the official cheer song for the 14th animated Pretty Cure film Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2: Kokoro no Tomodachi.
TOZ now lives in a post-SPEED article world. He goes looking for answers.
Chiima reluctantly watches S/mileage’s Tabidachi no Haru ga Kita video. Despite being pretty boring it is one of those few Hello! Project videos that has a real set that actually looks pretty decent.
With the theme of graduation behind it, Tabidachi no Haru ga Kita is S/mileage’s 13th single and the first to earn a number 1 daily ranking on the Oricon charts.
A discussion about Hello! Project’s return to further overseas promotion and questioning the difference between European and American appearances.
Captain obvious popped his head out at the recent Morning Musume concerts and announced what we all knew was coming. Let the games begin!
Morning Musume’s 52nd single is the first to feature 11th generation member Sakura Oda. It also happens to be another that falls squarely in the Electro Musume era of songs.
Berryz Kobou’s video for Asian Celebration is a flashback to the days of yore called Dakishimete Dakishimete. Yup. Going back to the well of past concepts.
Berryz Koubou’s 30th single takes them away from covering songs from other countries and firmly entrenches them into the current Hello! Project sound.