Rev.from DVL’s 1000 year idol features in Young Magazine before her group’s disbandment on March 31, 2017. Don’t worry about Kanna, though. I don’t think we’ve seen the last of her.
While you’re at it, watch the group’s final PV or read my humble scrawlings here
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You should be aware by now that Tsugunaga Momoko, the longtime Hello! Project presence, Berryz Koubou member, and Country Girls playing manager, graduates from H!P and the public eye on June 30, 2017. Post-graduation plans for the idol include a career in education (just think about Momochi with kindergartners …). But, before she makes her way to the Idol Hall of Fame, she graces us with one last photobook: “Momochi”.
And, here are the previews (presumably from FLASH March 7, 2017 and UTB April 2017, both linked below)
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Concerning Tsugunaga Momoko [English] [Japanese]
I’ve been saying it for a while now. Yamaki Risa is a pretty young thing. Her sweetness and grace come through in this set of photos from Weekly Big Comic Spirits. With any luck this won’t be the last we see of the latest princess of Hello! Project.
A while ago I promised more of Sato Masaki from Young Jump Magazine. Unfortunately, only these meager offerings have materialized.
Just a very quick visual post here. I just love the way the magazine styled our Factory Girls. H!P should take notice!
Always be wary of such a sweeping title. But, in this case Weekly Shounen Sunday may have things just about right with this selection of girls from Hello! Project.
Sato Masaki seems to be moving up in the world! Once the little gremlin of the group, Maachan now handles much of the group’s vocal duties and spends quite a bit of time at center position. Here, Sato takes the camera to Hokkaido for a set of photos that are somehow both playful and full of desolate isolation.
Okay, this is actually a pretty old photoseet from the promotional cycle for “Black Butterfly / Kaze ni Fukarete”. I don’t care, because I do not have enough of these girls on my blog here. Enjoy1
The designated visual center of Kobushi Factory gets a great set a pictures in Gravure the Television. I’m sure there are many more photos of this young idol waiting for us in the future.