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Background information
OriginAkihabara, Tokyo, Japan
Bubblegum Pop
Years active2008–present
LabelsLantis (2010–)
Meme Tokyo (2011–)
Associated actsNiji no Conquistador Beboga!
MembersMirin Furukawa
Risa Aizawa
Eimi Naruse
Ayane Fujisaki
Rin Kaname
Nagi Nemoto
Past membersAkari Owata
Miu Atobe
Moga Mogami
Nemu Yumemi (でんぱ組.inc, Denpagumi Inku) is a Japanese female idol group from Akihabara, Tokyo. Their music generally follows the style of denpa song. All members are said to be former otaku.[1] was formed in 2008 by producer Maiko Fukushima and released one indie single before undergoing some member changes and being signed to Lantis and Toy's Factory. Since then, they have released several charting singles and albums, performed at many concerts around the world, and made appearances in several television shows and a 2013 film.


Source: [2]

  • Mirin Furukawa
    (古川未鈴, Furukawa Mirin)
  • Risa Aizawa
    (相沢梨紗, Aizawa Risa)
  • Eimi Naruse
    (成瀬瑛美, Naruse Eimi)
  • Ayane Fujisaki
    (藤咲彩音, Fujisaki Ayane)
  • Rin Kaname
    (鹿目凛, Kaname Rin)
  • Nagi Nemoto
    (根本凪, Nemoto Nagi)

Former members[edit]

  • Akari Owata (小和田あかり, Owata Akari) - Member from December 2008 until July 8, 2010
  • Miu Atobe (跡部みぅ, Atobe Miu) - Member from June 3, 2010 until December 25, 2011[3][4] Graduated on December 25, 2011 for employment reasons.[5]
  • Moga Mogami (最上もが, Mogami Moga)[6]}} - Member from December 25, 2011 until August 6, 2017.
    She is from Tokyo. Joined December 25, 2011 alongside Ayane Fujisaki. At the time of enrollment, her catchphrase was "Golden Dissenter Running Through The Universe" (宇宙を駆ける金色の異端児, Uchū o kakeru kin'iro no itan-ji). Withdrew on August 6, 2017.
  • Nemu Yumemi (夢眠ねむ, Yumemi Nemu) - Member from June 15, 2009 until January 7, 2019.



2007-2012: Formation, member flexibility era[edit]

The storefront of DearStage (pictured in 2016), the live house where the first two members of were originally employed.

In December 2007, producer Maiko Fukushima [ja] opened the live house/bar "DearStage [ja]” in the basement of a building near the Suehirocho Station[7], and moved it to the DEMPA Building (DEMPAビル, DEMPABiru) in September 2008[8][9]. In December 2008[10][11], DearStage salespeople Mirin Furukawa and Akari Owada formed the original Denpagumi (でんぱ組, Denpagumi)[9][12] and released the single "Mirror Magic?” through an indie label[13][14]. Fukushima said of the unit’s name: “I wanted to give it a retrotic name like Ushiroyubi Sasaregumi.”[15] Also, Kenzō Saeki [ja] and Masaya Koike [ja], who participated in the naming conference at the time, said that the part of "Dempa" was taken from the Dempa Building.[16]

In June 2009[17], Meme Nishimura (now Risa Aizawa) and Nemu Yumemi joined.[citation needed]

Taking this opportunity, Fukushima considered changing Dempagumi’s name to “renew it to a new feeling", and I will consult with Saeki.[15] Saeki proposed "Chapé's Fountain"[15] [18] but Fukushima wanted to keep the Dempagumi name and said "If it has an extension (a la MOSAIC.WAV, LOVE.EXE, etc.), it may be good for Akiba[hara]." So was proposed that ".inc" would be added, renaming it "".[15]

Various accounts vary about the reason “inc” was selected.[15] The meaning of "Dempagumi’s evolutionary system" was once considered.[19][20]According to Saeki, it is absolutely necessary to avoid unit names ending in "gumi" because they will be a follow-up to the aforementioned Ushiroyubi Sasaregumi. Another reason is that "it would be interesting “inc” was added to the end of a company [name]”.[16]

In addition, according to Yumemi, "The interpretation that Aizawa and Yumemi joined 'Dempagumi' and renamed it is a little different." It is also said that it was four people of Furukawa, Owada, Aizawa, and Yumemu who happened to have passed, and it is said that it was something which was collected regardless of the original "Dempagumi".[18] Although the original name is "でんぱ組.inc", the debut single released by Lantis mistakenly named them as "でんぱ組inc."[21]

On February 24, 2010, their debut single "Kiss + Kiss de Owaranai [ja]" with ULTRA-PRISM [ja], which featured the music of the PC game "Tropical KISS", was released from Lantis.[22][23][13][24][a] Eitaso and Miu Atobe joined on June 3[23], and Owada graduated on July 8[27]. On August 15, Meme Nishimura was renamed Risa Aizawa[28], and on January 28, 2011, Eitaso was renamed Eimi Naruse.[citation needed] On July 6, the second single "Piko Piku Pikatte Koishite yo [ja]",’s first single release, was released from Lantis[22][29], and Aizawa became the group leader at the same time.[28]

On September 9, they were transferred to MEME TOKYO, a label newly co-founded by Fukushima and Toy’s Factory.[30][31] Their third single Future Diver [ja] was released on November 16, and their first album, Nē Kīte? Uchuu wo Sukū no wa, Kitto Osushi... de wa Naku,! [ja], was released on December 14 by MEME TOKYO. After their first one-man performance at Harajuku Astro Hall[32], Atobe graduated, and Moga Mogami and Ayane Fujisaki joined.[b]

2012-2015: One Man Tour, Nippon Budokan, Oricon #1[edit] at Japan Expo Paris, July 2013[c]

On February 26, 2012, they were champions in the 1st Idol Yokocho Cup!!.[35] Their fourth and fifth singles were released on May 23 and July 18. On June 15, Tele-Asa Dōga [ja] debuted’s variety show Denpa no Kamigami [ja]. On September 16, the first one-man live was held with six members, and in the show, Furukawa stated "The members discussed and set goals, and they wanted six people to [perform] at [Nippon] Budokan!”.[36][37]’s first tour was held from January 5 to 20, 2013. On January 16, their sixth single, "WWD" [ja], was released[38], and become their first Oricon Singles Chart Top 10 single, and their seventh single was released on May 29, charting at #6. They later performed at Osaka Castle Outdoor Music Hall [ja] on August 31 and Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall on September 16. Their eighth single was released on October 2, and their second album "WORLD WIDE DEMPA [ja]" was released on December 11.[citation needed] The band's official fan club, Dempadō (でんぱとう, Denpadō), started on May 28, 2013.[39]

The second national tour started on January 4, 2014. During Day 2, "Budokan Performance Decision!" (武道館公演決定!, Budōkan Kōen Kettei) was projected on the screen, and it was a surprise announcement that the Nippon Budokan performance would be held.[37] The members who had not been informed in advance cried, and Furukawa said, "I am really happy because I wanted to go to the Budokan during this year,"[37] and "a dream really comes true."[40] The performance was held on May 6, and drew a crowd of 10,000 people.[41]

On March 12, the ninth single Sakura Appareshon [ja] was released, and two more on May 14 and July 30. A national live house tour was held from July 23 to September 2[42]. On September 20, their next single, Stand〜Koko ni iru yo〜, was released for their collaboration unit with Moso Calibration [ja], “The universe is made of 11 dimensions” (宇宙は11次元で出来ている, Uchū wa jūni-jigen de dekite iru).[citation needed]

On October 19, their first show on terrestrial television, Denpa Jack -World Wide Akihabara- [ja] debuted on Fuji TV. On October 25, they performed at "Anime Idol Asia" in Bangkok, Thailand, alongside Yumemiru Adolescence and the Kamen Rider Girls.[43] On November 12 their next single "Ai ga aru kara!!" was released under the “×gdgdYōseis” moniker. On November 26 their next single Demparty Night [ja] was released.[citation needed]

2015-2017: Yoyogi Gymnasium performance, Battle of the Bands tour[edit]

A Fujikyuko Line train with a World Tour head mark at Kawaguchiko Station on September 27, 2015.[44]

On February 10 and 11, 2015, a concert was held at Yoyogi National Gymnasium for two days, with an audience of 20,000[45]. A national tour was held from February 27 to May 6. From July 16 to August 6, they hosted the Battle of the Bands tour "Kagayaki Tour".[46] On September 26 and 27, they held a live performance at the Lake Kawaguchi Stellar Theater [ja], claiming that it will be the final round of the World Tour (consecutive appearances to overseas Japanese cultural events) in June and July.[d][48][49] On June 19 they made their first appearance on Music Station.[50]

Their third album "WWDD [ja]" was released on February 18. On April 29, for their collaboration unit "Shokotan♥Dempagumi" with Shoko Nakagawa, their single "PUNCH LINE! [ja]" was released.[51] On June 13, their 13th single was released[52]. On September 16, their 14th single “Ashita Chikyu ga Konagona ni Nattemo [ja]” was released, becoming the first one to top the Billboard Japan single charts.[53][25] In addition, on October 9 and December 18, distribution limited singles were released, and Aizawa worked on the jacket illustrations of both singles.[54][55]

The "Best Japanese Act" voting at the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards was held on Twitter on September 15.[56] On October 15 the result of the web voting was to be the Japan representative.[57]

In 2016, three singles were released once a month from January to March.[58][59][60] A tour of 30 performances from 21 prefectures was held from January 9 to April 2[61]. Their fourth album "GOGO DEMPA [ja]" was released on April 27.[62][63] A second Battle of the Bands tour was held from July to September.[64] As a tie in with the anime The Disastrous Life of Saiki K., the ending theme was released on August 8[65], and their 15th single, Sai PSI Sai Kouchou! [ja], was released on November 2.[66] On December 21, their first best album was released.[67]

2017-present: First new member in six years[edit]

They performed for the "Makukō Arena Tour 2017 Denpa Ryōkō Wi-Fi Kanbi!" in January 2017 in three arenas: the World Memorial Hall; the Makuhari Messe; and for an extra performance on the 20th, the Nippon Budōkai.[68][69]

On August 6, Mogami announced on her blog that he left the group on the same date:

My mind and body became out of balance, and it became very difficult to work in Although I was unwell and absent from the site which had been decided several times before, I decided not to say that the possibility is zero from now on, I decided to withdraw from the feeling that I would not like to cause any more inconvenience.[70][71]

She later began to work as a solo artist.[72] On September 1, the official site was redesigned to five.[73]

They appeared as a special guest at the reception party of Takashi Murakami’s solo exhibition at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow, Russia on September 28 and presented her first live performance with a new five-member system.[citation needed]

At the Osaka Castle Hall on December 30, it was announced that Rin Kaname and Nagi Nemoto would join[74][75]

They turned to the space motif orientation from the early days[76], and in 2018, experienced astronaut training at the Tsukuba Space Center. They also carried out the world's first "stratosphere balloon project in Mongolia" in MV photography. On April 4th, their sixteenth single was released.[citation needed] served as headliner several large festivals, including Idol Yokochō Natsumatsuri [ja] 2018. On May 23rd, they performed at "GIRLS POWER LIVE" at Yokohama Arena. From April to July, they held their first one-man national hall tour with seven people, Cosmo Tour 2018-Planetary Exploration-". On July 7th, they made their second appearance at the Kawaguchiko Stella Theater, "July 7 is the Tanabata Festival Arc". They have also appeared in events across the country and abroad, and also visited three live houses in the “Tohoku Danpa Daisakusen” in early August. Furthermore, from July to September, they also sponsored “Cosmo Tour 2018 – Encounter with the Unknown ~” and “Reunion with the Known –”. On September 26th, their 17th single "プレシャスサマー! [ja]" was released. In "Okinawa Special Edition" held on October 13 and 14, Nemu Yumemi stated that he would graduate on the second day of Budokan performance on January 7 of the following year and retire in March.[citation needed]

On the first day of 2019, they released their fifth album Wareware wa da [ja].[77] Their third Japanese Budokan performance "Cosmo Tour 2019" was on January 6 and 7, with an audience of 20,000. On Day 2, Nemu Yumemi graduated with the last live of the seven-man system, Yumemi Nemu graduation performance-new journey- (夢眠ねむ卒業公演〜新たなる旅立ち〜, Yumemi Nemu Sotsugyō Kōen ~Aratanaru Tabidachi~).[citation needed]

The group set out on a new road as they returned to Earth, and held live house tours at three locations in Tomeisaka from the end of March to the end of April. In addition, Fukushima, who had been in charge for a while, returned to production recently this time.[citation needed]


Nikkei Entertainment described and Babymetal as the two breakout idol groups of 2014, and perceived the fandoms' connection thorough music and concept as a common point between the two groups. Originally, the musicality of idols is Nandemo ari (何でもあり), and it is said that both idolism and artistism are achieved by narrowing down the genre.



Nr. Title Release date Oricon
Indie singles
1 "Mirror Magic?" December 2008
Major singles
1 "Kiss + Kiss de Owaranai"
February 24, 2010
2 "Piko Piku Pikatte Koishite yo"
July 6, 2011 104
3 "Future Diver"
  (Future Diver)
November 16, 2011 46
4 "Demparade Japan / Tsuyoi Kimochi Tsuyoi Ai"
May 23, 2012 37
5 "Kirakira Tune / Sabotage"
July 18, 2012 19
6 "W.W.D / Fuyu e to Hashiridasuo!"
January 16, 2013 10
7 "Denden Passion"
May 29, 2013 6
8 "W.W.D II / Notto Botchi... Natsu "
October 2, 2013 8
9 "Sakura Appareshon"
March 12, 2014 3
10 "<Dear☆Stage e Yokoso♡〜Budokan LIVE Kinen Genteban〜"
May 14, 2014 9
11 "Chururi Chururira"
July 30, 2014 10
12 "Demparty Night"
November 26, 2014 3
13 PUNCH LINE! [79]
April 29, 2015 13
14 "Otsukare Summer"
June 17, 2015 3
15 "Ashita Chikyu ga Konagona ni Nattemo"
September 16, 2015 2
16 "Sai PSI Sai Kouchou!"
November 2, 2016 5
17 "Oyasumi Polaris Sayonara Parallel World / Girametasu Dempa Stars"
April 4, 2018 3
18 "Precious Summer!"
September 26, 2018 2
19 "Inochi no Yorokobi"
June 26, 2019 5


Nr. Title Release Date Oricon
1 Nē Kīte? Uchuu wo Sukū no wa, Kitto Osushi... de wa Naku,!
December 14, 2011 (2011-12-14) 132 1st One-man Live CD "Dempa Life wa Owaranyo!"
  (でんぱ組.inc 1stワンマン LIVE CD 〜でんぱLIFEはおわらんよっ! 〜)
January 22, 2012 (2012-01-22)
2 World Wide Dempa
December 11, 2013 (2013-12-11) 5
February 18, 2015 (2015-02-18) 3
4 Go Go Dempa
  (Go Go Dempa)
April 27, 2016 (2016-04-27) 3
December 21, 2016 (2016-12-21) 4
6 Wareware wa da
January 1, 2019 (2019-01-01) 10


  1. ^ Regarding the major debut issue, there is also a case that points to the first single "Future Diver" from the label "MEME TOKYO" under the umbrella of Toys Factory.[25][26]
  2. ^ Additionally, there was a time when seven people were doing dance lessons for about a month until that periformance, and Atobe taught dance to Mogadishu and Fujisaki.[33]
  3. ^ Fujisaki was absent due to the school exam.[34]
  4. ^ Additionally, they were scheduled to appear in JAPAN EXPO THAILAND 2015, which was scheduled to be held in Bangkok, Thailand from August 28 to 30, 2015, but it was postponed due to the 2015 Bangkok bombing on August 17.[47]


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