AKB48 discography

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AKB48 discography
Releases
Studio albums 5
Live albums 12 (reg) + 20 (SRC)
Singles 36
Music videos 105[citation needed]
Soundtracks 1

The discography of AKB48 consists of 38 singles (36 major singles and 2 indie singles), 5 studio albums, and 32 stage albums (12 regular stage albums and 20 as Studio Recordings Collection). The major singles have title tracks that are sung by a selection of the AKB48 singers, some of whom are from AKB48's sister groups. Some of the singles are considered annual "election singles", that is, they contain ballots for a popularity contest to determine the line-up for the next single. Other singles have line-ups that are determined by rock-paper-scissors tournaments that are held annually. The group was created and currently produced by Yasushi Akimoto, who also writes the lyrics for all of the group's songs.

Singles[edit]

Year No. Title Notes Chart position Sales
(Oricon)[1]
Album
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart
[2]
Billboard Japan
Hot
100

*[3]
RIAJ
Digital
Track
Chart

*[4]
First
day
First
week
Total***
2006 Indie – 1 "Sakura no Hanabiratachi" Independently released 10 22,011 46,274 Set List:
Greatest Songs
2006–2007
Indie – 2 "Skirt, Hirari" 13 13,349 20,609
1 "Aitakatta" Debut single on DefStar Records 12 32** 17,481 55,308
2007 2 "Seifuku ga Jama o Suru" 7 16,866 21,989
3 "Keibetsu Shiteita Aijō" 8 20,323 22,671
4 "Bingo!" 6 21,830 25,611
5 "Boku no Taiyō" 6 25,946 28,840
6 "Yūhi o Miteiru ka?" 10 15,370 18,429
2008 7 "Romance, Irane" 6 22 19,303 23,209 Set List: ...
Kanzenban
8 "Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008" Major label re-recording/re-release 10 26 22,112 25,482
9 "Baby! Baby! Baby!" Digital single[5] Kamikyokutachi
10 "Ōgoe Diamond" First single on King Records 3 13 51** 14,384 48,258 96,566
2009 11 "10nen Sakura" (10年桜 Jūnen Zakura?) 3 13 28,600 66,226 124,700
12 "Namida Surprise!" **** 2 5 28 41,046 104,180 168,826
13 "Iiwake Maybe" 2 2 11 57,456 90,774 145,776
14 "River" 1 2 17 87,795 178,579 260,553
2010 15 "Sakura no Shiori" 1 1 15 229,528 317,828 404,696
16 "Ponytail to Shushu" **** 1 1 4 354,403 513,453 740,291 Koko ni Ita Koto
17 "Heavy Rotation" RIAJ number 1 for two weeks 1 1 1 340,487 527,336 881,519
18 "Beginner" 1 1 2 568,095 826,989 1,039,352 [6]
19 "Chance no Junban" Lineup determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament.[7] 1 1 12 471,242 596,769 694,042 [8]
2011 20 "Sakura no Ki ni Narō" 1 1 3 655,344 942,479 1,081,686 [9] 1830m
21 "Everyday, Katyusha" ****, Japan Hot 100 number 1 for two weeks 1 1 1 942,475 1,333,969 1,608,299 [10]
22 "Flying Get" RIAJ number 1 for three weeks 1 1 1 1,025,952 1,354,492 1,625,849 [11]
23 "Kaze wa Fuiteiru" RIAJ number 1 for three weeks 1 1 1 1,045,937 1,300,482 1,457,113 [12]
24 "Ue kara Mariko" Lineup determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament[13][14] 1 1 3 959,280 1,198,864 1,304,903 [15]
2012 25 "Give Me Five!" RIAJ number 1 for two weeks 1 1 1 966,529 1,287,217 1,436,519 [16]
26 "Manatsu no Sounds Good!" ****, Japan Hot 100 number 1 for two weeks 1 1 2 1,170,554 1,616,795 1,822,220 [17] Tsugi no Ashiato
27 "Gingham Check" 1 1 906,617 1,181,966 1,316,240 [18]
28 "Uza" 1 1 884,602 1,128,696 1,263,148 [19]
29 "Eien Pressure" Lineup determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament[20] 1 1 840,043 1,073,499 1,206,869 [21]
2013 30 "So Long!" 1 1 817,530 1,035,986 1,132,853 [22]
31 "Sayonara Crawl" **** 1 1 1,450,881 1,762,873 1,955,800 [23]
32 "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" 1 1 1,095,894 1,330,432 1,542,073 [24]
33 "Heart Electric" 1 1 1,020,800 1,203,586 1,293,823 [25] TBD
34 "Suzukake no Ki no Michi de
 Hohoemi o Yume ni Miru' to Itte
 Shimattara Bokutachi no Kankei wa
 Dō Kawatte Shimau no ka, Bokunari ni
 Nan-nichi ka Kangaeta Ue de no Yaya
 Kihazukashii Ketsuron no Yō na Mono
"
Lineup determined by rock-paper-scissors tournament.[26] 1 1 916,912 1,033,336 1,086,491 [27]
2014 35 "Mae shika Mukanee" 1[28] 1[29] 970,413 1,091,406[28] 1,153,662 [28][30]
36 "Labrador Retriever" **** 1 1 1,462,156
[31]
1,662,265 1,783,468
37 "Kokoro no Placard" 1 1 871,923 1,005,774 1,056,619
38 "Kibōteki Refrain" 1 1 1,017,160 1,130,312[32] 1,169,251

* Billboard Japan Hot 100 is published since January 2008, RIAJ Digital Track Chart was established in April 2009 and cancelled in July 2012.
** charted in 2010
*** These are unofficial figures obtained by adding together Oricon sales numbers for different periods of time when the single charted on Oricon.
**** Contained a voting card for AKB48 general elections

Other charted songs[edit]

Year Title Chart position Album
Billboard Japan
Hot
100

[3]
RIAJ Digital Track Chart
*[4]
2010 "Majisuka Rock 'n' Roll" (マジスカロックンロール?) 14 "Sakura no Shiori" (single)
"Enkyori Poster" (遠距離ポスター?, "Long Distance Poster") (Team Play-Boy) 96
"Jibun Rashisa" (自分らしさ?, "Yourselfness") 54 Kamikyokutachi
"Kimi to Niji to Taiyō to" (君と虹と太陽と?, "The Sun, The Rainbow and You") 35 25
"Majijo Teppen Blues" (マジジョテッペンブルース?) 55 "Ponytail to Chouchou" (single)
"Anata ga Ite Kureta Kara" (あなたがいてくれたから?, "Because You Were with Me") 97 22 Set List: Greatest Songs Kanzenban
"Yasai Sisters" (野菜シスターズ?, "Vegetable Sisters") 73 "Heavy Rotation" (single)
"Yoyakushita Christmas" (予約したクリスマス?, "Promised Christmas") 26 "Chance no Junban" (single)
"Kurumi to Dialogue" (胡桃とダイアローグ?, "Chestnuts and Dialogue") 71
2011 "Dareka no Tame ni (What Can I Do for Someone?)" 17 2 Digital charity single
"Yankee Soul" (ヤンキーソウル?) 74 "Everyday, Kachūsha" (single)
2012 "Kimi no Tame ni Boku wa…" (君のために僕は...?) 69 "Manatsu no Sounds Good!"
"First Rabbit" 43 1830m
"Yume no Kawa" (夢の河?) 38 Gingham Check
"Sugar Rush" —** Wreck-It-Ralph soundtrack
2013 "Tenohira ga Kataru Koto" (掌が語ること?) 83 Free charity single
2014 "After Rain" 21 Tsugi no Ashiato

* RIAJ Digital Track Chart was established in April 2009 and cancelled in July 2012.
** "Sugar Rush" peaked at number 11 on Billboard Japan Hot Animation chart.[33]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album information Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
[34]
Sales
(Oricon)[1]
RIAJ Certifications
(sales thresholds)
First
week
Total
2008 Set List: Greatest Songs 2006–2007 (SET LIST~グレイテストソングス 2006–2007~?)
  • Released: January 1, 2008
  • Re-released on July 14, 2010 as Set List: Greatest Songs Kanzenban
  • Label: Defstar Records
  • Catalog number: DFCL-1429/30 (limited ed.), DFCL-1431 (regular ed.), DFCL-1653 (kanzen ed.*)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
29
2*
15,921
67,817*
53,583
169,730*
Platinum[35]
2010 Kamikyokutachi (神曲たち?, "Masterpieces")
  • Released: April 7, 2010
  • Label: King Records
  • Catalog number: KIZC-65/6 (regular ed.), NKCD-6512/3 (theater ed.)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 294,627 564,298 Double Platinum[36]
2011 Koko ni Ita Koto (ここにいたこと?, "We Were Here")
  • Released: June 8, 2011
  • Label: King Records
  • Catalog number: KIZC-90117/8 (lim ed.), KIZC-117/8 (regular ed.), NKCD-6546 (theater ed.)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 601,985 883,267 Million[35]
2012 1830m
  • Released: August 15, 2012
  • Label: King Records
  • Catalog number: KIZC-163/4/5 (regular ed.), NKCD-6611/2 (theater ed.)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 870,621 1,042,879 Million[37]
2014 Tsugi no Ashiato (次の足跡?, "Next Footprint")
  • Released: January 22, 2014
  • Label: King Records
  • Catalog number: KIZC-90240/1/2 (Type A limited ed.), KIZC-90243/4 (Type A regular ed.), KIZC-90245/6 (Type B regular ed.), NKCD-6655 (theater ed.)
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 961,531 1,041,355 Million[38]

*2010 re-release Set List: Greatest Songs Kanzenban (SET LIST~グレイテストソングス~完全盤?)

Theater albums[edit]

Year No. Title Cat. no. Release date Charts Sales
(Oricon)
Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
Defstar Records
2007 1 Team A 1st Stage «Party ga Hajimaru yo»
  (チームA 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」?, "The Party's Begun")
DFCL-1351 March 21, 2007 180 1,365
2 Team A 2nd Stage «Aitakatta»
  (チームA 2nd Stage「会いたかった」?, "I Missed You")
DFCL-1352 181 1,958
3 Team A 3rd Stage «Dareka no Tame ni»
  (チームA 3rd Stage「誰かのために」?, "For Someone")
DFCL-1353 160 2,186
4 Team K 1st Stage «Party ga Hajimaru yo»
  (チームK 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」?, "The Party's Begun")
DFCL-1354 247 1,242
5 Team K 2nd Stage «Seishun Girls»
  (チームK 2nd Stage「青春ガールズ」?, "Youth Girls")
DFCL-1355 190 1,516
6 Team K 3rd Stage «Nōnai Paradise»
  (チームK 3rd Stage「脳内パラダイス」?) "Paradise in My Mind"
DFCL-1356 188 3,121
AKS
2008 7 Team A 5th Stage «Ren'ai Kinshi Jōrei»
  (チームA 5th Stage「恋愛禁止条例」?, "Love Prohibition Laws")
AKB-D2021 August 11, 2008 Sold
only
at
the
AKB48
Theater
and
online
8 Team K 5th Stage «Saka Agari»
  (チームK 5th Stage「逆上がり」?, "Back Hip Circle")
AKB-D2022
9 Team B 4th Stage «Idol no Yoake»
  (チームB 4th Stage「アイドルの夜明け」?, "The Dawn of Idols'")
AKB-D2023
2010 10 Team K 6th Stage «Reset»
  (チームK 6th Stage「RESET」?)
AKB-D2057 August 7, 2010
11 Team B 5th Stage «Theater no Megami»
  (チームB 5th Stage「シアターの女神」?, "Goddess of the Theater")
AKB-D2058
12 Team A 6th Stage «Mokugekisha»
  (チームA 6th Stage「目撃者」?, "Eyewitness")
AKB-D2059 September 18, 2010

Studio Recordings Collection[edit]

On New Year's Day of 2013, AKB48 released the Studio Recordings Collection. It was planned to have the set lists of 20 performances. Eight of the albums had been previously unreleased. Each 2-disc album includes extra songs and karaoke tracks not on previous versions.[39]

Title Cat. no. Release date Charts Sales
(Oricon)
Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
Team A 1st Stage «Party ga Hajimaru yo» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team A 1st stage「PARTYが始まるよ」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[40]
DFCL-1861/2 January 1, 2013 73 4,063
Team A 2nd Stage «Aitakatta» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team A 2nd stage「会いたかった」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[41]
DFCL-1863/4 88 3,442
Team A 3rd Stage «Dareka no Tame ni» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team A 3rd stage「誰かのために」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[42]
DFCL-1865/6 84 3,592
Team A 4th Stage «Tadaima Ren'aichū» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team A 4th stage「ただいま恋愛中」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[43]
DFCL-1867/8 27 10,205
Team A 5th Stage «Renai Kinshi Jōrei» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team A 5th stage「恋愛禁止条例」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[44]
KICS-1861/2 47 7,474
Team A 6th Stage «Mokugekisha» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team A 6th Stage「目撃者」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[45]
KICS-1863/4 40 8,363
Team K 1st Stage «Party ga Hajimaru yo» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team K 1st stage「PARTYが始まるよ」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[46]
DFCL-1869/70 115 2,528
Team K 2nd Stage «Seishun Girls» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team K 2nd stage「青春ガールズ」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[47]
DFCL-1871/2 93 3,105
Team K 3rd Stage «Nōnai Paradise» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team K 3rd stage「脳内パラダイス」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[48]
DFCL-1873/4 85 3,542
Team K 4th Stage «Saishū Bell ga Naru» (Studio Recordings Collection)
 Team K 4th stage「最終ベルが鳴る」〜studio recordings コレクション〜[49]
KICS-1865/6 22 11,407
Team K 5th Stage «Saka Agari» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team K 5th stage「逆上がり」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[50]
KICS-1867/8 52 6,484
Team K 6th Stage «Reset» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team K 6th Stage 「RESET」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[51]
KICS-1869/70 37 8,967
Team B 1st Stage «Seishun Girls» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team B 1st stage「青春ガールズ」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[52]
DFCL-1875/6 91 3,370
Team B 2nd Stage «Aitakatta» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team B 2nd stage「会いたかった」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[53]
DFCL-1877/8 83 3,706
Team B 3rd Stage «Pajama Drive» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team B 3rd Stage「パジャマドライブ」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[54]
KICS-1871/2 17 15,087
Team B 4th Stage «Idol no Yoake» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team B 4th Stage「アイドルの夜明け」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[55]
KICS-1873/4 53 6,230
Team B 5th Stage «Theater no Megami» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team B 5th Stage 「シアターの女神」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[56]
KICS-1875/6 43 7,901
Himawarigumi 1st Stage «Boku no Taiyō» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (ひまわり組 1st stage「僕の太陽」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[57]
DFCL-1879/80 30 9,195
Himawarigumi 2nd Stage «Yume o Shinaseru Wake ni Ikanai» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (ひまわり組 2nd Stage「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[58]
KICS-1877/8 31 6,914
Team 4 1st Stage «Boku no Taiyō» (Studio Recordings Collection)
  (Team 4 1st Stage 「僕の太陽」~studio recordings コレクション~?)[59]
KICS-1879/80 January 22, 2013 22 6,963

DVDs[edit]

PV collections[edit]

Title Release date Total
Nogashita Sakanatachi ~Single Video Collection~ Kanzen Seisan Genteiban July 14, 2010 86,372
AKB ga Ippai ~The Best Music Video~ (AKBがいっぱい ~ザ・ベスト・ミュージックビデオ~?) June 24, 2011 524,908

Theater DVDs[edit]

Year No. Title Release date Notes
AKS
2006 Team A Party ga Hajimaru yo ~1st Stage~
  (チームA PARTYが始まるよ 〜1st stage〜?)
August 11, 2006 Lim. ed. 1,000 copies
Defstar Records
2007 1 Team A 1st Stage «Party ga Hajimaru yo»
  (チームA 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」?)
March 21, 2007
2 Team A 2nd Stage «Aitakatta»
  (チームA 2nd Stage「会いたかった」?)
3 Team A 3rd Stage «Dareka no Tame ni»
  (チームA 3rd Stage「誰かのために」?)
4 Team K 1st Stage «Party ga Hajimaru yo»
  (チームK 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」?)
5 Team K 2nd Stage «Seishun Girls»
  (チームK 2nd Stage「青春ガールズ」?)
Starter Kit «Ima Kara Demo Maniau AKB48!!»
  (スターターキット「今からでも間に合うAKB48!!」?)
Lim. ed. box set
6 Team A 4th Stage «Tadaima Ren'aichū»
  (チームA 4th Stage「ただいま恋愛中」?)
November 28, 2007
7 Team K 3rd Stage «Nōnai Paradise»
  (チームK 3rd Stage「脳内パラダイス」?)
2008 8 Team B 1st Stage «Seishun Girls»
  (チームB 1st Stage「青春ガールズ」?)
March 26, 2008
9 Himawarigumi 1st Stage «Boku no Taiyō»
  (ひまわり組 1st Stage「僕の太陽?)
April 23, 2008
AKS
2008 10 Team B 2nd Stage «Aitakatta»
  (チームB 2nd Stage「会いたかった」?)
September 26, 2008
11 Himawarigumi 2nd Stage «Yume o Shinaseru Wake ni Ikanai»
  (ひまわり組 2nd Stage「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」?)
October 5, 2008
2009 12 Team B 3rd Stage «Pajama Drive»
  (チームB 3rd Stage「パジャマドライブ」?)
April 3, 2009
13 Team K 4th Stage «Saishū Bell ga Naru»
  (チームK 4th Stage「最終ベルが鳴る」?)
September 11, 2009
2010 14 Team K 5th Stage «Saka Agari»
  (チームK 5th Stage「逆上がり」?)
April 24, 2010
15 Team B 4th Stage «Idol no Yoake»
  (チームB 4th Stage「アイドルの夜明け」?)
June 12, 2010
16 Team A 5th Stage «Ren'ai Kinshi Jōrei»
  (チームA 5th Stage「恋愛禁止条例」?)
June 19, 2010
2013 17 Minogashita Kimitachi e 2 «AKB48 Group Zenkōen»
  (見逃した君たちへ2 〜AKB48グループ全公演〜?)
February 28, 2012

Concert DVDs[edit]

DefStar Records Label
  • 「会いたかった~柱はないぜ!~」in 日本青年館 Normal Version
  • 「会いたかった~柱はないぜ!~」in 日本青年館 Shuffle Version
  • AKB48 春のちょっとだけ全国ツアー 〜まだまだだぜAKB48!〜 in 東京厚生年金会館(Tokyo Kōsei Nenkin Kaikan)
AKS Label
  • AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2008(Request Hour Setlist Best100 2008, at Shibuya-AX)
  • ライブDVDは出るだろうけど、やっぱり生に限るぜ! AKB48夏祭り(Live DVD wa Derudaroukedo, Yappari Nama ni Kakgiruze! AKB48 Natsumatsuri "Live DVD Will Come Out, But There is Still Best Live! AKB48 Summer Festival", at Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall)
  • AKB48 まさか、このコンサートの音源は流出しないよね?(Masaka, Kono Concert no Ongen wa Ryusyutsu Shinaiyone? "Surely Flow Out of the Sound Source of Concert?", at NHK Hall)
  • 年忘れ感謝祭 シャッフルするぜ、AKB! SKEもよろしくね(Toshiwasure Kansyasai Reshuffle Suruze, AKB! SKE mo Yoroshikune "Year-end Thanksgiving Will Reshuffle AKB! Please Treats SKE to", at JCB Hall)
  • AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2009(Request Hour Setlist Best100 2009, at Shibuya-AX)
  • 「神公演予定」* 諸般の事情により、神公演にならない場合もありますので、ご了承ください。
  • AKB48 分身の術ツアー/AKB104選抜メンバー組閣祭り
  • AKB48 分身の術ツアー
  • AKB104選抜メンバー組閣祭り (Senbatsu Member Sokaku Matsuri "Allstars Government Festival" Full Version)
  • AKB104選抜メンバー組閣祭り("Allstars Government Festival" 3rd Stage Version, at Nippon Budokan)
  • AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2010(Request Hour Setlist Best100 2010, at Shibuya-AX)
  • AKB48 満席祭り希望 賛否両論(Manseki Matsuri Kibou Sanpiryouron "Hope Full House Festival The Pros and Cons", at Yokohama Arena)
  • AKB48 サプライズはありません(Surprise wa Arimasen "There is no surprise", at Yoyogi National Gymnasium)
  • AKB48がやって来た!!(AKB48 ga Yattekita!! "Cames AKB48!!")
  • AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2011(Request Hour Setlist Best100 2011, at Shibuya-AX)
  • AKB48 よっしゃぁ~行くぞぉ~!in西武ドーム(Yossha-ikuzo- in Seibu Dome)
  • AKBがいっぱい~SUMMER TOUR 2011~(AKB ga ippai-SUMMER TOUR 2011– "Full of AKB")
  • AKB48 in a-nation 2011
  • AKB48 紅白歌対抗合戦 2011 (AKB48 Kouhaku Taikou Utagassen 2011 "AKB48 Red and White Songs Battle 2011", at Tokyo Dome City Hall
  • AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2012 (AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2012 at Tokyo Dome City Hall)
  • 日本語タイトル: 前田敦子 涙の卒業宣言! in さいたまスーパーアリーナ 〜業務連絡。頼むぞ、片山部長!〜 スペシャルBOX (Maeda Atsuko Namida no Sotsugyou Sengen! in Saitama Super Arena – Gyomu Renraku. Tanomuzo, Katayama Bucho! – Special Box, "Business Contract. I'll Ask, Katayama Director! in Saitama Super Arena")
  • AKB48全国ツアー2012 野中美郷、動く。~47都道府県で会いましょう~TeamK沖縄公演 (AKB48 Zenkoku Tour 2012 Nonaka Misato, Ugoku. -47 Todoufuken de Aimashou- Team K Okinawa Kouen, "AKB48 Whole Country Tour 2012. Nonaka Misato, I Move. ~See you in 47 Prefectures~ Team K Okinawa Performance")
  • AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~1830mの夢~ (AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~1830m no Yume~,"AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~The 1830m Dream" at Tokyo Dome) – Sales: TBA (DVD), 51,112(Blu-ray)
  • AKB48 紅白歌対抗合戦 2012 (AKB48 Kouhaku Taikou Utagassen 2012 "AKB48 Red and White Songs Battle 2012", at Tokyo Dome City Hall) – Sales: 34,469(DVD), 16,630(Blu-ray)
  • AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2013 (AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2013 at Tokyo Dome City Hall) – Sales: 22,002(DVD), TBA(Blu-ray)

Filmography[edit]

For individual member's filmography, see their articles.

Music videos[edit]

All songs credited to AKB48 except when otherwise stated in the Artist field.

Single
no.
Music video / Artist(s) Director Notes
Indy – 1 "Sakura no Hanabiratachi" Yuichiro Hirakawa
Indy – 2 "Skirt, Hirari" Wataru Takeishi
1 "Aitakatta" Yuichiro Hirakawa
2 "Seifuku ga Jama o Suru" Hideaki Sunaga
3 "Keibetsu Shiteita Aijō" Eiki Takahashi
4 "Bingo!" Wataru Takeishi
5 "Boku no Taiyō" Masaki Takehisa
6 "Yūhi o Miteiru ka?" Eiki Takahashi
7 "Romance, Irane" Wataru Takeishi
8 "Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008" Eiki Takahashi
9 "Baby! Baby! Baby!" Dentsu staff[5]
10 "Ōgoe Diamond" Eiki Takahashi
11 "10nen Sakura" Eiki Takahashi
12 "Namida Surprise!" Eiki Takahashi
13 "Iiwake Maybe" Eiki Takahashi
"Tobenai Agehachō" / Under Girls
14 "River" Eiki Takahashi
"Kimi no Koto Suki Dakara" / Under Girls
"Hikōkigumo (Theater Girls Ver.)" / Theater Girls
15 "Sakura no Shiori" Shunji Iwai
"Majisuka Rock 'n' Roll"
"Enkyori Poster" / Team PB
"Choose Me!" / Team YJ
16 "Ponytail to Shushu" Eiki Takahashi
"Nusumareta Kuchibiru" / Under Girls
"Boku no Yell" / Theater Girls
"Majijo Teppen Blues"
17 "Heavy Rotation" Mika Ninagawa[60][61]
"Namida no Seesaw Game" / Under Girls
"Yasai Sisters" / Yasai Sisters
"Lucky Seven"
18 "Beginner" Tetsuya Nakashima
"Boku Dake no Value" / Under Girls
"Kimi ni Tsuite" / MINT
"Nakeru Basho" / DIVA[note 1]
19 "Chance no Junban" Takeshi Maruyama
"Yoyakushita Christmas"
"Kurumi to Dialogue" / Team A
"Alive" / Team K
"Love Jump" / Team B
20 "Sakura no Ki ni Narō" Hirokazu Koreeda
"Gūzen no Jūjiro" / Under Girls
"Kiss made 100 Mile" / MINT
"Area K" / DIVA[note 1]
21 "Everyday, Katyusha" Katsuyuki Motohiro
"Kore kara Wonderland"
"Yankee Soul"
"Hito no Chikara" / Under Girls
22 "Flying Get" Yukihiko Tsutsumi
"Flying Get (Dancing Version)"
"Dakishimecha Ikenai" / Under Girls
"Seishun to Kizukanai Mama"
"Ice no Kuchizuke"
23 "Kaze wa Fuiteiru" Hideki Kuroda
"Kaze wa Fuiteiru (Dance! Dance! Dance! Ver.)"
"Kimi no Senaka" / Under Girls Eiki Takahashi
"Vamos" / Under Girls Baragumi
"Gondola Lift" / Under Girls Yurigumi
24 "Ue kara Mariko" Eiki Takahashi
"Noël no Yoru" Hiroyuki Nakano
"Rinjin wa Kizutsukanai" / Team A
"Zero-sum Taiyō" / Team K Takeshi Maruyama
"Yobisute Fantasy" / Team B Mika Ninagawa[62]
25 "Give Me Five!" Shigemichi Sugita[63]
"Sweet & Bitter" / Selection 6
"New Ship" / Special Girls A
"Hitsujikai no Tabi" / Special Girls B
26 "Manatsu no Sounds Good!" Shinji Higuchi[64]
"Manatsu no Sounds Good! (Dance Ver.)"
"Mittsu no Namida" / Special Girls
"Chōdai, Darling!"
"Gugutasu no Sora"
27 "Gingham Check" Joseph Kahn[65] Features actors Hideo Ishiguro, Kouhei Takeda, and Dori Sakurada[66]
"Yume no Kawa" Eiki Takahashi
"Nante Bohemian" / Under Girls Taikō Nakamura
"Doremifa Onchi" / Next Girls Yu-ya Hara
"Show Fight" / Future Girls Takeshi Maruyama
28 "Uza" Joseph Kahn[67]
"Uza (Dance Ver.)"
"Tsugi no Season" Hidenobu Tanabe
"Kodoku no Hoshizora" / Team A Taikō Nakamura
"Scrap & Build" / Team K
"Seigi no Mikata ja Nai Hero" / Team B
"Gingham Check (Director Eiki Takahashi Ver.)" Eiki Takahashi[68]
29 "Eien Pressure" Eiki Takahashi
"Totteoki Christmas" Takeshi Maruyama
"Eien yori Tsuzuku Yō ni" / OKL48 Taikō Nakamura
"First Rabbit" Kensaku Kakimoto
"Team B Oshi" / Team B Taikō Nakamura
"Sakura no Hanabira (Atsuko Maeda Ver.)" / Atsuko Maeda Takeshi Maruyama
30 "So Long!" Nobuhiko Obayashi The full version of the video was 64 minutes long.[69]
"Waiting Room" Toshiro Sonoda
"Ruby" / Team A Kensaku Kakimoto
"Yūhi Marie" / Team K Yasuhiko Shimizu
"Soko de Inu no Unchi Fun Jau ka ne?" / Team B Wataru Takeishi
"Sugar Rush" Mika Ninagawa[60][61]
31 "Sayonara Crawl" Mika Ninagawa[62]
"Bara no Kajitsu"
"Ikiru Koto" / Team A
"How Come?" / Team K
"Romance Kenjū" / Team B
"Haste to Waste" / BKA48
32 "Koi Suru Fortune Cookie" Involved 3800 extras.[70]
"Ai no Imi o Kangaete Mita" / Under Girls
"Kondo Koso Ecstasy" / Next Girls
"Suitei Marmalade" / Future Girls
"Saigo no Door"
33 "Heart Electric" Shusuke Kaneko[71]
"Heart Electric (Dance Ver.)"
"Kaisoku to Dōtai Shiryoku" / Under Girls
"Kisu made Countdown" / Team A
"Sasameyuki Regret" / Team K
"Tiny T-shirt" / Team B
"Kimi dake ni Chu! Chu! Chu!" / Tentoumu Chu!
"Seijun Philosophy" / Team 4
34 "Suzukake Nanchara"
"Mosh & Dive"
"Party is over"
"Escape" / SKE48
"Kimi to Deatte Boku wa Kawatta" / NMB48
"Wink wa Sankai" / HKT48
35 "Maeshika Mukanee"
"Kinou Yori Motto Suki"
"Kimi no Uso wo Shitteita"
"Himitsu no Diary"
"KONJO"
"Koi to Ka..."
36 "Labrador Retriever"
"Kyou Made no Melody"
"Kimi wa Kimagure"
"Itoshiki Rival"
"B Garden"
"Heart no Dasshutsu Game"
"Futari wa Dekiteru"

Feature Films[edit]

Documentaries[edit]

  • Documentary of AKB48 to be continued ( DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 to be continued「10年後、少女たちは今の自分に何を思うのだろう? DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 to be continued '10 Nengo, Shoujo Tachi wa Ima no Jibun ni Nani o Omou Nodarou?'?) (2011)
  • Documentary of AKB48 Show must go on ( DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 Show must go on 少女たちは傷つきながら、夢を見る DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 Show must go on Shoujo-tachi wa Kizutsuki Nagara, Yume wo Miru?) (2012)
  • Documentary of AKB48 No flower without rain ( DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 No flower without rain ~少女たちは涙の後に何を見る?~ DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 No flower without rain ~Shoujo Tachi wa Namida no Ato ni Nani wo Miru?~?) (2013)
  • Documentary of AKB48 The Time Has Come ( DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 The Time Has Come ~少女たちは、今、その背中に何を思う?~ DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 The Time Has Come ~Shoujotachi wa, Ima, Sono Senaka ni Nani wo Omou?~?) (2014)

TV series[edit]

  • Japanorama Season 2, episode 2.[72]
  • Majisuka Gakuen (マジすか学園, "Serious High School") (TV Tokyo) (2010.01.08–2010.03.26)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 2 (マジすか学園2) (TV Tokyo) (2011.04.15–2011.07.01)
  • Majisuka Gakuen 3 (マジすか学園3) (TV Tokyo) (2012.07.13–2012.10.05)
  • Sakura Kara no Tegami: AKB48 Sorezore no Sotsugyo Monogatari(桜からの手紙 〜AKB48 それぞれの卒業物語〜, Letters from Cherry Blossoms ~AKB48 Graduation Stories~)(2011.02.26–2011.03.06) (Nihon TV)
  • Shiritsu Bakaleya Kōkō (私立バカレア高校) (Nihon TV)

TV shows[edit]

Year Show Network Format Notes
2007–2009 AKB48+10! 24ep x 60m
2008 AKB1:59! (AKB1じ59ふん! AKB1ji59fun!?) Nihon TV 10ep x 30m
2008 AKB0:59! (AKB0じ59ふん! AKB0ji59fun!?) Nihon TV 26ep x 30m
2008–present AKBingo! Nihon TV 30m weekly
2008–present AKB48 Nemousu TV (AKB48ネ申テレビ?) Family Gekijo 11ep x 30m 12 seasons + specials
2009–2012 Shukan AKB (週刊AKB?, Weekly AKB) TV Tokyo 30m weekly
2009–2010 AKB1/48 8ep x 30m
2010–present Ariyoshi AKB Kyōwakoku (有吉AKB共和国?, Ariyoshi AKB Republic) TBS 30m weekly with Hiroiki Ariyoshi
2010–2011 AKB-Kyu Gourmet Stadium (AKB-級グルメスタジアム?, AKB-Class Gourmet Stadium) Sukachan 6ep x 45m 2 seasons
2010 AKB600sec. Nihon TV 16ep x 15m
2010–present AKB to chome chome! (AKBと××!?, AKB and xx!) Yomiuri TV 60m monthly + specials and extras
2011 Akemashite AKB! (あけましてAKB! ?) Nihon TV 1ep
2011 Another AKB48 Documentary – "Future in 1 millimeters ahead" (Mou hitotsu no AKB48 – "1 Miri Saki no Mirai" ?, もうひとつのAKB48ドキュメンタリー「1ミリ先の未来」) NHK General TV 1ep

Web dramas[edit]

All AKB48 old Team K members appear; former member Ayumi Orii as a star.

Video games[edit]

  • AKB 1/48 Idol to Koi Shitara… (AKB1/48 アイドルと恋したら…?) (PSP), a dating simulation game.
  • AKB 1/48 Idol to Guam de Koi Shitara… (AKB1/48 アイドルとグアムで恋したら…?) (PSP), a sequel to the previous dating simulation game. It is set on the island of Guam.
  • AKB48 + Me (Nintendo 3DS).
  • AKB1/149 Renai Sousenkyo (AKB1/149恋愛総選挙?) (PSP, PSV and PS3), a sequel to the two previous dating sims that features all the AKB, SKE, NMB and HKT members.

Bibliography[edit]

Manga[edit]

Photobooks[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b The subgroup Diva that sang on "Nakeru Basho" and "Area K" is not the same as the AKB48 subunit DiVA that was formed in February 27, 2011.

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