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Johnny's Jr. (ジャニーズJr., Janīzu Jr.) is a part of Johnny & Associates that focuses only on boys who have not yet officially debuted either with a unit or as a solo act.[1] The Juniors are trained in singing, dancing, acting and acrobatics, and are backup dancers for the agency's established groups.[2] There are currently around 450 Johnny's Jr. (as of August 2012)[3]

Johnny's Jr.[edit]

MADE[edit]

MADE (ja) is a four-member group formed in May 2008. The group's name is an acronym and stands for Musical Academy Dancing Expert.

  • Hikaru Inaba (稲葉 光, Inaba Hikaru, born October 17, 1990 in Ibaraki, Japan)
  • Nobuki Fukushi (福士 申樹, Fukushi Nobuki, born February 6, 1991 in Tokyo, Japan)
  • Taiga Akiyama (秋山 大河, Akiyama Taiga, born January 1, 1992 in Kanagawa, Japan)
  • Kento Tomioka (冨岡 健翔, Tomioka Kento, born July 8, 1992 in Saitama, Japan)

Past members[edit]

  • Ryu Takahashi (高橋 竜, Takahashi Ryu)
  • Takumi Yamashita (山下 拓海, Yamashita Takumi)
  • Ryusei Imai (今井 龍世, Imai Ryusei)

Snow Man[edit]

Snowman (ja) is a six-member group formed in May 2012. The members was previously part of Mis Snow Man.

  • Tatsuya Fukazawa (深澤 辰哉, Fukazawa Tatsuya, born May 5, 1992 in Tokyo, Japan)
  • Daisuke Sakuma (佐久間 大介, Sakuma Daisuke, born July 5, 1992 in Tokyo, Japan)
  • Shouta Watanabe (渡辺 翔太, Watanabe Shōta, born November 5, 1992 in Tokyo, Japan)
  • Ryouta Miyadate (宮舘 涼太, Miyadate Ryōta, born March 25, 1993 in Tokyo, Japan)
  • Hikaru Iwamoto (岩本 照, Iwamoto Hikaru, born May 17, 1993 in Saitama, Japan)
  • Ryouhei Abe (阿部 亮平, Abe Ryōhei, born November 27, 1993 in Tokyo, Japan)

Travis Japan[edit]

Travis Japan (ja) is a seven-member group formed in July 2012[4] for the stage play Playzone. The members were chosen by Playzone choreographer, Travis Payne.[5] Ani-gumi (older brother team) and Otōto-gumi (younger brother team) are sub-units of the group.

Name Birth date Birthplace Member
Color
Notes
Noel Kawashima (川島如恵留, Kawashima Noeru) (1994-11-22)November 22, 1994 Tokyo, Japan White Ani-gumi
Ryūya Shimekake (七五三掛龍也, Shimekake Ryūya) (1995-06-23)June 23, 1995 Ibaraki, Japan Pink Ani-gumi
Shizuya Yoshizawa (吉澤閑也, Yoshizawa Shizuya) (1995-08-10)August 10, 1995 Kanagawa, Japan Yellow Otōto-gumi
Kaito Nakamura (中村海人, Nakamura Kaito) (1997-04-15)April 15, 1997 Tokyo, Japan Green Otōto-gumi
Kaito Miyachika (宮近海斗, Miyachika Kaito) (1997-09-22)September 22, 1997 Tokyo, Japan Red Otōto-gumi
Kaito Matsukura (松倉海斗, Matsukura Kaito) (1997-11-14)November 14, 1997 Kanagawa, Japan Orange Joined in November 2017
Genta Matsuda (松田元太, Matsuda Genta) (1999-04-19)April 19, 1999 Saitama, Japan Blue

Former Members[edit]

Name Birth date Birthplace Member
Color
Notes
Hiroki Nakada (仲田 拡輝, Nakada Hiroki) (1994-04-01)April 1, 1994 Okinawa, Japan Ani-gumi
Myuto Morita (森田 美勇人, Morita Myūto) (1995-10-31)October 31, 1995 Tokyo, Japan White Ani-gumi, currently a member of Love-tune
Aran Abe (阿部 顕嵐, Abe Aran) (1997-08-30)August 30, 1997 Tokyo, Japan Otōto-gumi, currently a member of Love-tune
Asahi Kajiyama (梶山 朝日, Kajiyama Asahi) (1998-11-09)November 9, 1998 Okayama, Japan Purple Otōto-gumi

SixTONES[edit]

SixTONES (ja) (read as Stones (ストーンズ, Stōnzu)[4] is a six-member group. The members were first united for the television series "Shiritsu Bakaleya Koukou" in 2012 and continued as an unofficial unit until May 2015, when they announced their group name during their show in Johnny's Ginza at Crea Theatre.

Name Birth date Birthplace Member
Color
Yugo Kouchi (髙地 優吾, Kōchi Yūgo) (1994-03-08)March 8, 1994 Kanagawa, Japan Yellow
Taiga Kyomoto (京本 大我, Kyōmoto Taiga) (1994-12-03)December 3, 1994 Tokyo, Japan Pink
Juri Tanaka (田中 樹, Tanaka Juri) (1995-06-15)June 15, 1995 Chiba, Japan Blue
Hokuto Matsumura (松村 北斗, Matsumura Hokuto) (1995-06-18)June 18, 1995 Shizuoka, Japan Black
Jesse Lewis (Jesse, ジェシー, Jesse) (1996-06-11)June 11, 1996 Tokyo, Japan Red
Shintaro Morimoto (森本 慎太郎, Morimoto Shintarō) (1997-07-15)July 15, 1997 Kanagawa, Japan Green

HiHi Jets[edit]

HiHi Jets (ja) is a five-member group with a roller skating concept. The group's initial formation was first announced in October 2015. Their name comes from the original member's initials (HiHi) and an acronym for Johnny's Entertainment Team (JET).

Name Birth date Birthplace Member
Color
Yuto Takahashi (髙橋 優斗, Takahasi Yūto) (1999-11-15)November 15, 1999 Kanagawa, Japan Yellow
Ryo Hashimoto (橋本 涼, Hashimoto Ryō) (2000-10-30)October 30, 2000 Kanagawa, Japan Blue
Mizuki Inoue (井上 瑞稀, Inoue Mizuki) (2000-10-31)October 31, 2000 Kanagawa, Japan Red
Souya Igari (猪狩 蒼弥, Igari Sōya) (2002-09-20)September 20, 2002 Tokyo, Japan Green
Ryuto Sakuma (作間 龍斗, Sakuma Ryūto) (2002-09-30)September 30, 2002 Kanagawa, Japan Purple

Former Members[edit]

Name Birth date Birthplace Notes
Yuki Haba (羽場 友紀, Haba Yūki) (2000-07-05)July 5, 2000 Kanagawa, Japan
Reo Igarashi (五十嵐 玲央, Igarashi Reo) (2001-03-18)March 18, 2001 Saitama, Japan Currently a member of 7 MEN Samurai
Hidaka Ukisho (浮所 飛貴, Ukisho Hidaka) (2002-02-27)February 27, 2002 Aichi, Japan Currently a member of Tōkyō B Shōnen
Taisho Iwasaki (岩﨑 大昇, Iwasaki Taishō) (2002-08-23)August 23, 2002 Kanagawa, Japan Currently a member of Tōkyō B Shōnen

Love-tune[edit]

Love-tune (ja) is a seven-member group which performs as both a vocal unit and a band.

Name Birth date Birthplace In charge of
Kentaro Yasui (安井 謙太郎, Yasui Kentarō) (1991-07-21)July 21, 1991 Kanagawa, Japan Vocals
Yuma Sanada (真田 佑馬, Sanada Yūma) (1992-11-21)November 21, 1992 Tokyo, Japan Guitar
Shoki Morohoshi (諸星 翔希, Morohoshi Shōki) (1994-10-13)October 13, 1994 Kanagawa, Japan Alto Saxophone
Myuto Morita (森田 美勇人, Morita Myūto) (1995-10-31)October 31, 1995 Tokyo, Japan Bass
Keigo Hagiya (萩谷 慧悟, Hagiya Keigo) (1996-11-07)November 7, 1996 Saitama, Japan Drums
Aran Abe (阿部 顕嵐, Abe Aran) (1997-08-30)August 30, 1997 Tokyo, Japan Vocals & Guitar
Reo Nagatsuma (長妻 怜央, Nagatsuma Reo) (1998-06-05)June 5, 1998 Ibaraki, Japan Keyboard

Uchū Six (宇宙Six)[edit]

Uchū Six (in Japanese)
  • Tsuyoshi Eda (江田 剛, Eda Tsuyoshi) Born October 24, 1987. Osaka, Japan.
  • Kouta Matsumoto (松本 幸大, Matsumoto Kōta) Born January 13, 1989. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Ryouta Yamamoto (山本 亮太, Yamamoto Ryōta) Born November 14, 1989. Chiba, Japan.
  • Yoshitaka Hara (原 嘉孝, Hara Yoshitaka) Born September 25, 1995. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Ren Meguro (目黒 蓮, Meguro Ren) Born February 16, 1997. Tokyo, Japan.

Past member[edit]

  • Shouta Hayashi (林 翔太, Hayashi Shōta) Born February 8, 1990. Kanagawa, Japan.

Tōkyō B Shōnen (東京B少年)[edit]

Tōkyō B Shōnen (ja) is a six-member group that was formed in November 2016.

Name Birth date Birthplace Member
Color
Naoki Fujii (藤井 直樹, Fujii Naoki) (2000-09-18)September 18, 2000 Chiba, Japan Green
Yuto Nasu (那須 雄登, Nasu Yūto) (2002-01-16)January 16, 2002 Tokyo, Japan Light Blue
Hidaka Ukisho (浮所 飛貴, Ukisho Hidaka) (2002-02-27)February 27, 2002 Aichi, Japan Orange
Taisho Iwasaki (岩﨑 大昇, Iwasaki Taishō) (2002-08-23)August 23, 2002 Kanagawa, Japan Yellow
Ryuga Sato (佐藤 龍我, Satō Ryūga) (2002-12-17)December 17, 2002 Kanagawa, Japan Red
Issei Kanasashi (金指 一世, Kanasashi Issei) (2004-02-09)February 9, 2004 Tokyo, Japan Pink

7 MEN Samurai (7 MEN 侍)[edit]

7 MEN Samurai (in Japanese)[6]
  • Reia Nakamura (中村 嶺亜, Nakamura Reia) Born April 2, 1997. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Rinne Sugeta (菅田 琳寧, Sugeta Rinne) Born May 12, 1998. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Kouki Maeda (前田 航気, Maeda Kōki) Born October 26, 1998. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Katsuki Motodaka (本髙 克樹, Motodaka Katsuki) Born December 6, 1998. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Taiki Konno (今野 大輝, Konno Taiki) Born November 24, 1999. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Reo Igarashi (五十嵐 玲央, Igarashi Reo) Born March 13, 2001. Saitama, Japan.
  • Taikou Sasaki (佐々木 大光, Sasaki Taikō) Born May 20, 2002. Tokyo, Japan.

Others[edit]

Johnny's Jr. menber list (in Japanese)
Born 1985
  • Daisuke Ishigaki (石垣 大祐, Ishigaki Daisuke) Born June 28, 1985. Tokyo, Japan.
Born 1990
  • Shouta Hayashi (林 翔太, Hayashi Shōta) Born February 8, 1990. Kanagawa, Japan.
Born 1992
  • Yuki Nozawa (野澤 祐樹, Nozawa Yūki) Born December 30, 1992. Kanagawa, Japan.
Born 1993
  • Sho Takada (高田 翔, Takada Shō) Born September 14, 1993. Tokyo, Japan.
Born 1994
  • Haruki Watanabe (渡辺 大輝, Watanabe Haruki) Born December 28, 1994. Saitama, Japan.
  • Takuto Teranishi (寺西 拓人, Teranishi Takuto) Born December 31, 1994. Kanagawa, Japan.
Born 1997
  • Takuya Kageyama (影山 拓也, Kageyama Takuya) Born June 11, 1997. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Shunei Suzuki (鈴木 舜映, Suzuki Shun'ei) Born August 22, 1997. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Shounosuke Muraji (村治 将之助, Muraji Shōnosuke) Born November 18, 1997. Tokyo, Japan.
Born 1998
  • Ryuichi Tanimura (谷村 龍一, Tanimura Ryūichi) Born December 21, 1998. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Aomi Negishi (根岸 葵海, Negishi Aomi) Born December 26, 1998. Saitama, Japan.
Born 1999
  • Daiki Fukumoto (福本 大樹, Fukumoto Daiki) Born January 15, 1999. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Kou Nishimura (西村 航, Nishimura Kō) Born July 30, 1999. Kanagawa, Japan.
Born 2000
  • Yukihiro Suetake (末武 幸紘, Suetake Yukihiro) Born May 30, 2000. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Tatsuru Matsuo (松尾 龍, Matsuo Tatsuru) Born August 4, 2000. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Rei Yabana (矢花 黎, Yabana Rei) Born August 10, 2000. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Shion Takahashi (髙橋 汐音, Takahashi Shion) Born August 11, 2000. Kanagawa, Japan.
  • Minato Matsui (松井 奏, Matsui Minato) Born September 2, 2000. Chiba, Japan.
  • Ren Hayashi (林 蓮音, Hayashi Ren) Born November 13, 2000. Kanagawa, Japan.
Born 2001
  • Yuki Wada (和田 優希, Wada Yūki) Born July 23, 2001. Chiba, Japan.
Born 2002
  • Kouki Kawasaki (川﨑 皇輝, Kawasaki Kōki) Born July 30, 2002. Tokyo, Japan.
Born 2003
  • Souta Uchimura (内村 颯太, Uchimura Sōta) Born March 7, 2003. Saitama, Japan.
  • Wataru Vasayegh (ヴァサイェガ 渉, Vasayegh Wataru) Born May 3, 2003. Saitama, Japan.
  • Maito Raúl Murakami (村上 真都 ラウール, Murakami Maito Raúl) Born June 27, 2003. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Nao Oriyama (織山 尚大, Oriyama Nao) Born October 27, 2003. Tokyo, Japan.
Born 2004
  • Kouki Kuroda (黒田 光輝, Kuroda Kōki) Born January 20, 2004. Saitama, Japan.
  • Rikuto Toyoda (豊田 陸人, Toyoda Rikuto) Born January 27, 2004. Saitama, Japan.
  • Takumi Kitagawa (北川 拓実, Kitagawa Takumi) Born February 28, 2004. Saitama, Japan.
Born 2005
  • Hoshiki Kawasaki (川﨑 星輝, Kawasaki Hoshiki) Born March 28, 2005. Tokyo, Japan.

Kansai Johnny's Jr.[edit]

Kansai Johnny's Jr. (関西ジャニーズJr., Kansai Janīzu Junior)
Kansai Johnny's Jr. menber list (in Japanese)
Born 1989
  • Ryuta Muro (室 龍太, Muro Ryūta) Born May 25, 1989. Kyoto, Japan.
Born 1990
  • Matori Hayashi (林 真鳥, Hayashi Matori) Born August 30, 1990. Tokyo, Japan.
Born 1994
  • Nairu Koja (古謝 那伊留, Koja Nairu) Born January 13, 1994. Osaka, Japan.
  • Kouji Mukai (向井 康二, Mukai Kōji) Born June 21, 1994. Osaka, Japan.
  • Seiya Suezawa (末澤 誠也, Suezawa Seiya) Born August 24, 1994. Hyogo, Japan.
Born 1995
  • Daichi Imae (今江 大地, Imae Daichi) Born November 6, 1995. Kyoto, Japan.
Born 1996
  • Keita Richard Kusama (草間 リチャード 敬太, Kusama Richard Keita) Born January 11, 1996. Kyoto, Japan.
  • Jouichiro Fujiwara (藤原 丈一郎, Fujiwara Jōichirō) Born February 8, 1996. Osaka, Japan.
  • Junya Asada (朝田 淳弥, Asada Jun'ya) Born October 17, 1996. Osaka, Japan.
  • Yoshinori Masakado (正門 良規, Masakado Yoshinori) Born November 28, 1996. Osaka, Japan.
Born 1997
  • Daigo Nishihata (西畑 大吾, Nishihata Daigo) Born January 9, 1997. Osaka, Japan.
  • Kazuya Ohashi (大橋 和也, Ōhashi Kazuya) Born August 9, 1997. Fukuoka, Japan.
Born 1998
  • Keita Toda (戸田 圭太, Toda Keita) Born January 24, 1998. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Rhen Yoshioka (吉岡 廉, Yoshioka Rhen) Born October 26, 1998. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Masaya Sawata (澤田 雅也, Sawata Masaya) Born November 16, 1998. Hyogo, Japan.
Born 1999
  • Koushiro Fukui (福井 宏志朗, Fukui Kōshirō) Born January 6, 1999. Osaka, Japan.
  • Ken Kojima (小島 健, Kojima Ken) Born June 25, 1999. Osaka, Japan.
  • Taisei Fukumoto (福本 大晴, Fukumoto Taisei) Born October 16, 1999. Osaka, Japan.
Born 2000
  • Kyouhei Takahashi (高橋 恭平, Takahashi Kyōhei) Born February 28, 2000. Osaka, Japan.
  • Ryunosuke Nakamura (中村 龍之介, Nakamura Ryūnosuke) Born March 16, 2000. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Hiroki Mizoguchi (溝口 大輝, Mizoguchi Hiroki) Born June 18, 2000. Shiga, Japan.
  • Souta Okumura (奥村 颯太, Okumura Sōta) Born October 3, 2000. Kyoto, Japan.
  • Seitaro Ishizawa (石澤 晴太郎, Ishizawa Seitarō) Born October 4, 2000. Osaka, Japan.
Born 2001
  • Gaku Kawashita (河下 楽, Kawashita Gaku) Born February 24, 2001. Osaka, Japan.
  • Shun Kobuki (小吹 駿, Kobuki Shun) Born April 18, 2001. Osaka, Japan.
  • Ryusei Ohnishi (大西 流星, Ōnishi Ryūsei) Born August 7, 2001. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Shuto Moriya (守屋 周斗, Moriya Shūto) Born September 21, 2001. Shiga, Japan.
  • Taro Yoshikawa (吉川 太郎, Yoshikawa Tarō) Born October 9, 2001. Shiga, Japan.
  • Ryuki Yamamoto (山本 琉輝, Yamamoto Ryūki) Born October 16, 2001. Shiga, Japan.
Born 2002
  • Yuri Oka (岡 佑吏, Oka Yūri) Born February 21, 2002. Osaka, Japan.
  • Masaya Sano (佐野 晶哉, Sano Masaya) Born March 13, 2002. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Shunsuke Michieda (道枝 駿佑, Michieda Shunsuke) Born July 25, 2002. Osaka, Japan.
  • Kento Nagao (長尾 謙杜, Nagao Kento) Born August 15, 2002. Osaka, Japan.
  • Riku Koshiba (小柴 陸, Koshiba Riku) Born December 22, 2002. Kyoto, Japan.
Born 2003
  • Takuya Nishimura (西村 拓哉, Nishimura Takuya) Born April 19, 2003. Osaka, Japan.
  • Ryo Tsujimoto (辻本 良, Tsujimoto Ryō) Born April 28, 2003. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Sho Kawakita (川北 翔, Kawakita Shō) Born July 3, 2003. Osaka, Japan.
  • Toa Shimasaki (嶋﨑 斗亜, Shimasaki Toa) Born August 3, 2003. Osaka, Japan.
  • Rei Kokubo (小久保 澪, Kokubo Rei) Born August 29, 2003. Hyogo, Japan.
Born 2004
  • Fuga Ohnishi (大西 風雅, Ōnishi Fūga) Born February 23, 2004. Kyoto, Japan.
  • Kotaro Okazaki (岡﨑 彪太郎, Okazaki Kotarō) Born March 23, 2004. Osaka, Japan.
  • Ruku Touma (當間 琉巧, Tōma Rūku) Born April 22, 2004. Shiga, Japan.
  • Takeyuki Mayumi (真弓 孟之, Mayumi Takeyuki) Born August 24, 2004. Osaka, Japan.
Born 2005
  • Riku Asakura (浅倉 吏玖, Asakura Riku) Born April 1, 2005. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Rion Ouchi (大内 リオン, Ōuchi Rion) Born April 27, 2005. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Ryouga Fujimori (藤森 凌駕, Fujimori Ryōga) Born May 18, 2005. Hyogo, Japan.
  • Sho Takemura (竹村 翔, Takemura Shō) Born August 13, 2005. Osaka, Japan.
  • Kazuma Sada (佐田 一眞, Sada Kazuma) Born September 29, 2005. Osaka, Japan.
Born 2007
  • Shouma Ito (伊藤 翔真, Itō Shōma) Born October 6, 2007. Osaka, Japan.
  • Kousei Maruoka (丸岡 晃聖, Maruoka Kōsei) Born November 16, 2007. Nara, Japan.
Born 2008
  • Itsuki Yamanaka (山中 一輝, Yamanaka Itsuki) Born July 20, 2008. Osaka, Japan.
Born 2009
  • Atsushi Ito (伊藤 篤志, Itō Atsushi) Born July 15, 2009. Osaka, Japan.

Filmography[edit]

Johnny's Jr. Filmography (in Japanese)
Kansai Johnny's Jr. Filmography (in Japanese)

Television programs[edit]

Year Title Network Host(s) Starring Notes Ref.
1993−1997 Idol on Stage NHK BS 2 Kōji Uchiumi
Masahiro Nakai
Uno Kanda
Tokio, KinKi Kids, CoCo, V6, Johnny's Jr.,
Tokyo Performance Doll
1996−1998 Ai Love Junior TX Network Kōji Uchiumi Johnny's Jr. (Hideaki Takizawa, Tsubasa Imai,
Satoshi Ohno, Sho Sakurai, and others)
1997−2000 Music Jump NHK BS 2 V6 (until 1998)
Johnny's Jr.
V6 (until 1998), Johnny's Jr. (Takizawa, Imai,
future Arashi, Shunsuke Osaka, Toma Ikuta,
B.I.G., and others)
1997−1998 Show-nen J ABC Makoto Nonomura
Naoko Takano
Johnny's Jr. (Takizawa, Imai, future Arashi,
Tomohisa Yamashita, Ikuta, Shunsuke Kazama,
and others)
47 episodes
1998−1999 8-jida J TV Asahi Hideaki Takizawa
Johnny's Jr.
Hiromi
Johnny's Jr. (Takizawa, Imai, future Arashi, Ikuta,
You Yokoyama, Yuki Kohara, and others)
59 episodes
Golden time television program
[7]
[8]
[9]
1998−1999 Ai Love B.I.G. TX Network Masashi Tashiro
B.I.G. (Johnny's Jr.)
Johnny's Jr. (B.I.G. and others) 25 episodes
1999−2000 Shichi-nin no Samurai
J-ke no Hanran
ABC Johnny's Jr. (Kohara, Imai, Shingo Murakami,
Ryuhei Maruyama, Shota Yasuda, Ryo Nishikido)
74 episodes
1999−2000 Yattaru J TV Asahi Johnny's Jr.
Arashi
Johnny's Jr., Arashi Golden time television program
2000−present The Shōnen Club NHK BS Premium Current: Sexy Zone, A.B.C-Z, Johnny's WEST, King & Prince, Johnny's Jr., Kansai Jr. [10]
2000−2001 Gakibara Teikoku 2000! TBS Television Johnny's Jr.
Arashi
Takizawa, Arashi, Johnny's Jr. Golden time television program
2000−2001 Music-enta TV Asahi Takizawa, Johnny's Jr. Golden time television program
2001−2009 Hadaka no Shōnen TV Asahi Johnny's Jr. Johnny's Jr. (Ikuta, Kazama, Musical Academy,
Kis-My-Ft2, A.B.C., and others)
2003−2007 Ya-Ya-yah TX Network NEWS Johnny's Jr. (Ya-ya-yah, J.J.Express, and others)
2006−2007 You-tachi! Nippon TV KAT-TUN KAT-TUN, Johnny's Jr., and others [11]
2006−2007 Hyakushiki: Hyaku de Shiru
Hitotsu no Chishiki
Fuji TV Yoshihiko Inohara Johnny's Jr.
2008−2013 Hyakushiki Ō Fuji TV Johnny's Jr. and others
2011−2013 Yan Yan Jump TX Network Yoshiyuki Hayashi Kota Yabu, Hikaru Yaotome, Johnny's Jr.
2011−2013 Johnny's Jr. Land BS SKY Perfect! Junichi Mogi Johnny's Jr.
2012–present Maido! Journey BS Fuji Kansai Johnny’s Jr. Kansai Johnny’s Jr.
2014−2016 Gamushara! TV Asahi Johnny's Jr. Johnny's Jr. 97 episodes [10]
[12]
2016−2018 Mayonaka no Prince TV Asahi Johnny's Jr. Johnny's Jr.(Prince, Love-tune, and others) 93 episodes [13]
2017−2018 Johnny's Jr. Dex Fuji TV Mitsuhiro Nakamura
Speedwagon
Johnny's Jr.(King & Prince and others) [14]

Videography[edit]

Concert videos[edit]

Title Video details
Johnny's Fantasy Kyo to Kyo'97[15]
(ジャニーズ・ファンタシー KYO TO KYO’97)
Sugao (素顔, True Face)[16]
  • Released: July 29, 1998
  • Label: Johnny's Entertainment (JEVN-17)
  • Format: VHS
Sugao 2 (素顔2, True Face 2)[17]
  • Released: September 22, 1999
  • Label: Johnny's Entertainment (JEVN-21)
  • Format: VHS
Tōkyū Concert 10/9 Tokyo Dome ni Dai Shūgō[18]
(投球コンサート 10月9日東京ドームに大集合)
  • Released: February 25, 2000
  • Label: Johnny's Entertainment (VTR-14)
  • Format: VHS
Sugao 3 (素顔3, True Face 3)[19]
  • Released: February 14, 2001
  • Label: Johnny's Entertainment (JEVN-24)
  • Format: VHS

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Campion, Chris (21 Aug 2005). "J-Pop's dream factory". The Guardian. Retrieved 29 March 2018. 
  3. ^ ジャニーズJr.に初密着!独自養成システム大公開!. Sports Hochi. 3 August 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-12-15. Retrieved 29 March 2018. 
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