S/mileage

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S/mileage
Origin Japan
Genres Pop
Years active 2009–present
Labels Good Factory
Pony Canyon
Hachama
Associated acts Hello! Pro Egg
Shugo Chara Egg!
Shin Mini Moni
High-King
Bekimasu
Hello! Project Mobekimasu
ZYX
Peaberry

Morning Musume
Berryz Kobo
Cute
Erina Mano
Juice=Juice
Website s-mileage.jp
Members Ayaka Wada (2009-)
Kanon Fukuda (2009-)
Kana Nakanishi (2011-)
Akari Takeuchi (2011-)
Rina Katsuta (2011-)
Meimi Tamura (2011-)
Mizuki Murota (2014-)
Maho Aikawa (2014-)
Rikako Sasaki (2014-)
Past members Saki Ogawa (2009-2011)
Fuyuka Kosuga (2011)
Yuuka Maeda (2009-2011)

S/mileage (スマイレージ Sumairēji?) is a Japanese idol girl group from Hello! Project, which originally consisted of four former Hello! Pro Egg (Hello! Project trainees) members that graduated from Egg status in 2010 and became full-time members of Hello! Project. In 2010, they won the Japan Record Award for Best New Artist. In 2011, five new girls were added to the group as part of the second generation, with two being former Egg members and three new girls, while also losing three members at the same time; three more members were added in 2014.

Members[edit]

Name Birth date Age Join date Generation Member color*[1] Notes
Ayaka Wada (1994-08-01)August 1, 1994 20 April 4, 2009 (2009-04-04) 1 Blue Leader
Kanon Fukuda (1995-03-12)March 12, 1995 19 Purple
Kana Nakanishi (1997-06-04)June 4, 1997 17 August 14, 2011 (2011-08-14) 2 Sky Blue
Akari Takeuchi (1997-11-23)November 23, 1997 16 Red
Rina Katsuta (1998-04-06)April 6, 1998 16 Yellow
Meimi Tamura (1998-10-30)October 30, 1998 15 Green
Mizuki Murota (1998-06-12)June 12, 1998 16 October 4, 2014 (2014-10-04) 3
Maho Aikawa (1999-03-26)March 26, 1999 15
Rikako Sasaki (2001-05-28)May 28, 2001 13

Former members[edit]

First generation[edit]

  • Yuuka Maeda (color: pink; left on December 31, 2011)
  • Saki Ogawa (color: light green, left on August 27, 2011)

Second generation[edit]

  • Fuyuka Kosuga (小数賀芙由香?) (color: orange; left on September 9, 2011)

History[edit]

2009: Indies debut[edit]

On April 4, Tsunku announced on his blog that a new girl group consisting of Hello! Pro Egg members would be formed. He later revealed that the members would be Ayaka Wada, Yuuka Maeda, and Kanon Fukuda, all formerly of Shugo Chara Egg!, as well as fellow Egg Saki Ogawa, and announced that Ayaka would be the leader.[2] A month later, on May 7, 2009, he revealed the group's name to be "S/mileage"; the name is a portmanteau of the English words "smile", "mileage", and "age", and together the name means "the age of smiles".

S/mileage's first indies single, "Ama no Jaku", was released at the Hello! Pro Egg: Nakano Step! concert on June 7, 2009.

2010: Major label debut[edit]

After releasing 3 indies singles, Tsunku announced at the Hello! Pro Egg concert Shinjin Kōen Yokohama Fire that they would become a full-time group in spring 2010. It was later announced that their debut had been set for May 2010— however, only on Tsunku's condition that the girls must "collect" smiles from 10,000 people in a drive called the "Smile Campaign" (笑顔キャンペーン?, "Egao Campaign"). Fans were asked to send in photographs of themselves smiling, and when all 10,000 required pictures had been received they would be compiled into a big mosaic. If the girls did not collect all of the photos they would not be allowed to make a major debut by Tsunku.[3] They regularly posted videos to the official Up-Front Works YouTube channel, titled "The Road to S/mileage's Major Debut" (スマイレージ メジャーデビューへの道?). They made their official "mini-live" event debut in Nagoya on March 19, to encourage people to take part in the Smile Campaign, with their fourth indies single "Otona ni Narutte Muzukashii!!!", released March 14, their first release on the Up-Front Works label.[4] This final indies release peaked at the #1 spot on the Oricon weekly indies chart.[5] The group made appearances around the country to have their photos taken with fans, and taking part in handshake meetings, in order to meet the quota of photos. After the deadline on March 25, it was announced that the result of the campaign would be announced during the joint S/mileage and Erina Mano concert on April 3.[6] It was then announced that the group would be graduating from Hello! Pro Eggs.[7]

S/mileage appeared as the opening support act at fellow Hello! Project unit Cute's concert Cute Concert Tour 2010 Spring: Shocking Live on March 20.[8] On April 3, they performed a joint concert with Erina Mano, at which Tsunku announced that the girls would indeed make their major debut, and revealed the completed mosaic.[9][10] Their first major single, "Yume Miru Fifteen" (A Dreaming Fifteen Year Old), was released on May 26 and debuted on Oricon at #5. Their first tour, titled "Devil Smile Angel Smile", begun on October 9, 2010. In late August, a post on their official site revealed that their first album had been set for a winter release. The album's name was later revealed to be Warugaki 1 (Evil Brats 1) and was released on December 8.

On December 30, S/mileage received the Japan Record Award for Best New Artist, beating, among other nominees, Girls' Generation.[11]

2011: 2nd generation auditions and new members[edit]

On May 29, 2011, S/mileage revealed at their 1st anniversary event that they would be holding auditions for new members to add to the 4-member group, and is only open to girls in junior high or high school.[12] At the same time, it was also announced that is a chance of demotion for the present members.[12] The second round of auditions was streamed live on Nico Nico Douga. Fifty-two girls are shown, eight of whom are members of Hello! Pro Egg. The third round was also streamed, and showed twelve girls, three of whom are Eggs. The new members were announced on August 14.[12] From Hello! Pro Egg, Akari Takeuchi and Rina Katsuta were added. Additionally, three new girls were added, Kana Nakanishi, Fuyuka Kosuga, and Meimi Tamura.[13][14][15]

On August 24, it was announced that on August 27 Saki Ogawa would be graduating from S/mileage and, subsequently, from Hello! Project. As the group's producer Tsunku revealed in his message on the official sites, in May of this year she asked to let her return to the life of a normal middle school student.[16][17][18] However, the rushed and weirdly-timed announcement being right after the reveal of the 2nd generation sub-members has caused the internet (both Japanese and International) to suspect the official reason and explode in speculation for the real reasons behind her graduation.[19]

On September 9, one of S/mileage's newest additions, Fuyuka Kosuga, was diagnosed with anaemia, only earlier having to miss a concert due to illness. Due to her anaemia, she left the group and resumed her work as a Hello! Project Egg after her recovery.[20][21]

Starting September 18, a S/mileage sub-member Smile Campaign was held, where each sub-member had to collect images with smiling fans in cities across the country in order to determine their place as an official member in the group. Photos could also be sent in by fans via Facebook, Twitter or mixi by following instructions. On October 16 at S/mileage's 'Tachiagaaru' event, producer Tsunku announced all four sub-members had become full members.

On October 25, a week after the sub members were changed to full, it was announced that Maeda Yuuka would leave S/mileage and, subsequently, from Hello! Project on December 31. This was due to her wanting to retire from show business and focus on university entrance exams, and she felt that it would be unfair to her supporters to only give the fans half of her concentration on stage.[22] Her last single as a member will be "Please Mini Skirt Post Woman!".

2012[edit]

As of January 1, 2012, the group consists of six members - two being first generation and four being second generation members.

On February 1, they released "Chotto Matte Kudasai!", their ninth single and first single without Yuuka Maeda. Their 10th single 'Dot Bikini' followed on May 2, their first best of album on May 20, and their 11th single "Suki yo, Junjō Hankōki" on August 22.

From July 28–29, S/mileage had their first fanclub tour in Yamanashi.

On August 30, S/mileage's 13th single and second album was announced. The single, titled "Samui ne" was released on November 28 and the album was scheduled for release in early 2013.

2014[edit]

On September 24, it was announced that a 3rd generation for the group would be added from among the Hello Pro Kenshūsei, as well as a name change for the group to be decided on October 31. On October 4, Mizuki Murota, Maho Aikawa, and Rikako Sasaki were revealed as the new members, bringing the group up to nine girls.

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

No. Title Release date Charts Sales
(Oricon)
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Charts
[23]
First
week
Total
sales
Indie label
1 "Ama no Jaku" (ぁまのじゃく?, "pLaying It Cool", "Little Demon") June 6, 2009
2 "Asu wa Date na no ni, Ima Sugu Koe ga Kikitai"
(あすはデートなのに、今すぐ声が聞きたい?,
"Though We Have a Date Tomorrow, I Want to Hear Your Voice Right Now")
September 23, 2009
3 "Suki-chan" (スキちゃん?, "My Dear Little Love") November 23, 2009 159
4 "Otona ni Narutte Muzukashii!!!"
(オトナになるって難しい!!!?, "It's Hard to Grow Up!!!")
March 14, 2010 42 1,324
Major label
1 "Yume Miru 15" (夢見る 15歳 Yume Miru Fifutīn?, "A Dreaming 15-year-old")[10][24] May 26, 2010 5 20,938 24,936
2 "Ganbaranakutemo Eenende!!"
(○○がんばらなくてもええねんで!!?, "OO No Need to Try Hard!!")
July 28, 2010 6 18,987 24,489
3 "Onaji Jikyū de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama"
(同じ時給で働く友達の美人ママ?,
"Friend's Beautiful Mom Who Works in the Same Hourly Pay")
"[25]
September 29, 2010 5 17,998 29,533
4 "Shortcut" (ショートカット Shōtokatto?, "Short Haircut")[26] February 9, 2011 5 20,492 22,831
5 "Koi ni Booing Boo!" (恋にBooing ブー!?, "Oink! Oinking [=falling] in Love")[27] April 27, 2011 6 19,049 20,954
6 "Uchōten Love" (有頂天LOVE Uchōten Rabu?, "Ecstatic Love") August 3, 2011 5 29,328 33,823
7 "Tachiagirl" (タチアガール Tachiagāru?, "Stand Up, Girl") September 28, 2011 4 22,792 26,328
8 "Please Miniskirt Postwoman!"
(プリーズ ミニスカ ポストウーマン! Purīzu Minisuka Posuto Ūman?)[28]
December 28, 2011 5 34,132 36,513
9 "Chotto Matte Kudasai!" (チョトマテクダサイ!?, "Wait a Minute, Please!") February 1, 2012 6 19,700 22,106
10 "Dot Bikini" (ドットビキニ Dotto Bikini?, "Polka-dotted Bikini") May 2, 2012 6 20,043 22,133
11 "Suki yo, Junjō Hankōki"
(好きよ、純情反抗期?, "I Love You, Pure-hearted Rebellious Stage")
August 22, 2012 7 22,866 24,508
12 "Samui ne" (寒いね。?, "It's Cold, Isn't It?") November 28, 2012 6 19,308 21,120
13 "Tabidachi no Haru ga Kita"
(旅立ちの春が来た?, "Spring of Departure Has Come")
March 20, 2013 4 22,560 23,969
14 "Atarashii Watashi ni Nare! / Yattaruchan"
(新しい私になれ!/ヤッタルチャン?, "Be the new me! / Yattaruchan")
July 3, 2013 4 26,573 27,935
15 "Ee ka!? / "Ii Yatsu"
(ええか!?/「良い奴」?, "Do You Get It!? / "Nice Guy"")
December 18, 2013 3 33,320 37,141
16 "Mystery Night! / Eighteen Emotion"
(ミステリーナイト!/エイティーン エモーション?)
April 30, 2014 2 34,340 36,616
17 "Aa Susukino / Chikyu wa Kyo mo Ai o Hagukumu"
(嗚呼 すすきの/地球は今日も愛を育む?)
August 20, 2014 - - -

Collaboration singles[edit]

Artist Title Release date
Oha Girl Maple with S/mileage
(おはガールメープル with スマイレージ?)
"My School March"
(マイ・スクール・マーチ?)[29]
November 24, 2010
Bekimasu
(ベキマス?)
"Makeruna Wasshoi!"
(負けるな わっしょい!?, "Don’t Give Up Wasshoi!")[30]
August 6, 2011
Hello! Project Mobekimasu
(ハロー!プロジェクト モベキマス?)
"Busu ni Naranai Tetsugaku"
(ブスにならない哲学?,
"Philosophy of How Not to Become an Ugly Girl")
[31]
November 16, 2011

Digital download singles[edit]

  • 2010-06-18 – "Yume Miru 15 Pax Japonica Groove Remix" (夢見る 15歳 PAX JAPONICA GROOVE REMIX?)[32]
  • 2010-08-07 – "Ganbaranakutemo Eenende!! (TopNude Remix Version 01)" (○○がんばらなくてもええねんで!!(TopNude Remix Version 01)?)[33]
  • 2010-11-13 – "Onaji Jikyū de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama (Remix Type 1)" (同じ時給で働く友達の美人ママ (Remix Type1)?)[34]
  • 2011-08-18 – "Short Cut (Remix Ver.)" (ショートカット(Remix Ver.)?)[35]
  • 2011-08-18 – "Uchōten Love (Rocketman Mix)" (有頂天LOVE(~rocketman mix~)?)[36]

Albums[edit]

No. Title Release date Charts Sales
(Oricon)
Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart

[37]
First
week
Total
sales
1 Warugaki 1 (悪ガキッ①?, "Evil Brat 1")[38] December 8, 2010 18 8,905
S/mileage Best Album Kanzenban 1
(スマイレージ ベストアルバム完全版1?, "S/mileage Best Album Complete Edition 1")
May 30, 2012 13 6,339
2 2 Smile Sensation (②スマイルセンセーション?) May 22, 2013

Acts and performances[edit]

Concerts[edit]

2009
  • 2009 Hello! Project Shinjin Kōen June ~Nakano STEP!~ (2009 ハロー!プロジェクト新人公演6月 〜中野STEP!〜?)
  • 2009 Hello! Project Shinjin Kōen September ~Yokohama JUMP!~ (2009 ハロー!プロジェクト新人公演9月 〜横浜JUMP!〜?)
  • 2009 Hello! Project Shinjin Kōen November ~Yokohama FIRE!~ (2009 ハロー!プロジェクト新人公演11月 〜横浜FIRE!〜?)
2010
  • 2010 Hello! Pro Egg Norimen Live February (2010年ハロプロ エッグ ノリメンLIVE 2月?)
  • Special Joint 2010 Spring ~Kansha Mankai! Mano Erina 2 Shūnen Totsunyū & S/mileage Major Debut e Sakura Sake! Live~ (スペシャルジョイント 2010春 〜感謝満開!真野恵里菜2周年突入&スマイレージ メジャーデビューへ桜咲け!ライブ〜?)
  • 2010 Hello! Project Shinjin Kōen March ~Yokohama GOLD~ (2010 ハロー!プロジェクト新人公演3月 〜横浜GOLD〜?)
  • Idol Unit Summer Festival 2010 (アイドル ユニット サマーフェスティバル2010?)
  • S/mileage First Live Tour 2010 Autumn ~Devil Smile Angel Smile~ (スマイレージ 1st ライブツアー 2010 秋 〜デビルスマイル エンジェルスマイル〜?)
2011
  • C-ute & S/mileage Premium Live 2011 Spring ~℃&S Collaboration Daisakusen~ (℃-ute&スマイレージ プレミアムライブ2011春 〜℃&Sコラボレーション大作戦〜?)
  • S/mileage 2011 Limited Live “S/mile Factory”
  • LIVE NEXT!! Featuring Hello! Project[39]
  • S/mileage Concert Tour 2011 Autumn ~Gyakushū no Chō Miniskirt~ (スマイレージコンサートツアー2011秋~逆襲の超ミニスカート~?)[40]
  • S/mileage Live House Tour 2011 Autumn ~Gyakushū no Chō Miniskirt Mini~ (スマイレージライブハウスツアー2011秋~逆襲の超ミニスカート・ミニ~?)[40]
2012
  • S/mileage Live Tour 2012 Autumn ~Choi Kawa Banchou~ (スマイレージ ライブツアー2012秋 ~ちょいカワ番長~)
2013
  • Naruchika 2013 Autumn ℃-ute x S/mileage (ナルチカ2013秋 ℃-utexスマイレージ)
  • S/mileage Live Tour 2013 Autumn ~Smile Charge~ (スマイレージ ライブツアー2013秋 ~スマイルチャージ~)
2014
  • S/mileage Live Tour 2014 Spring ~Smile Charge~ (スマイレージ ライブツアー2014春 ~スマイルチャージ~)
  • S/mileage LIVE 2014 Summer FULL CHARGE ~715 Nippon Budokan~ (スマイレージ LIVE 2014夏 FULL CHARGE~715日本武道館~
  • S/mileage Live Tour 2014 Autumn ~FULL CHARGE~ (スマイレージ ライブツアー2014秋 ~FULL CHARGE~)

Movies[edit]

  • Ike! Danshi Kōkō Engekibu (行け!男子高校演劇部?) (2011)[41]
  • Kaidan Shin-mimi Bukuro Igyou(怪談新耳袋 異形,Tales of Terror from Tokyo and All Over Japan,Igyou)(2012)[42]

Theater[edit]

2009
  • Koisuru Hello Kitty (恋するハローキティ)
2010
  • Gekidan Gekiharo Dai 8 Kai Kouen "Smile Recipe" (劇団ゲキハロ第8回公演 「スマイルレシピ」)
2013
  • Warera Jeanne ~Shoujo Seisen Kageki~ (我らジャンヌ 〜少女聖戦歌劇〜)
2014
  • LILIUM -Lilium Shoujo Junketsu Kageki- (LILIUM -リリウム 少女純潔歌劇-)
  • Smileage's JUKEBOX-MUSICAL "SMILE FANTASY!"

Awards[edit]

Japan Record Awards[edit]

The Japan Record Awards is a major music awards show held annually in Japan by the Japan Composer's Association.

Year Recipient Award Result
2010 S/mileage "Yume Miru 15" New Artist Award[43][44] Won
Best New Artist[11] Won

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

Preceded by
BIGBANG
Japan Record Award for Best New Artist
2010
Succeeded by
Fairies