Kis-My-Ft2

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Kis-My-Ft2
OriginTokyo, Japan
GenresJ-pop
Years active2005 (2005)–present
LabelsAvex Trax
Websiteavex.jp/kismyft2/
Johnny's net
Members
Past members
  • Kyōhei Iida

Kis-My-Ft2 (キスマイフットツー, Kisu Mai Futto Tsū, "Kiss My Foot Two") is a seven-member Japanese boy band under Johnny & Associates, with members Hiromitsu Kitayama, Kento Senga, Toshiya Miyata, Wataru Yokoo, Taisuke Fujigaya, Yuta Tamamori and Takashi Nikaidō.

The group was a former Johnny's Jr. unit and debuted in August 10, 2011.[1] The first announcement of their debut date was postponed due to the Great Tōhoku Earthquake. In Japan alone they have sold more than 10 million copies.

History[edit]

2005–2010: As Johnny's Jr.[edit]

In August 2005, two Johnny's Jr. units, Kis-My-Ft. and A.B.C.Jr., combined to form Kis-My-Ft2. The name came from the first letter of each of their family names: Hiromitsu Kitayama, Kyōhei Iida, Kento Senga, Toshiya Miyata, Wataru Yokoo, Taisuke Fujigaya, Yūta Tamamori and Takashi Nikaidō ("ni" being the Japanese for the number two). They performed as an eight-member group until the end of March 2006 when Iida left Johnny's due to his studies, leaving Kis-My-Ft2 without its "I" (Kitayama's name would later fill this void).

In 2008, they held their first solo concerts (along with A.B.C-Z) at Yokohama Arena and Yoyogi Stadium and planned further ones for 2009.

In 2009, they got their own stage play for the first time, together with Uchi Hiroki and Yara Tomoyuki. They played the Playzone 2009, which until then had always been performed by Shōnentai.

In 2010 they once again held concerts, this time with the title Kis-My-Ftに010 逢えるdeShow. That year also marked their CM debut. They got to do CM for dwango.jp, where they also released two digital singles: "Fire Beat" and "Inori". In September they did a musical together with A.B.C-Z, Shōnen-tachi ~Kōshi Naki Rōgoku~. At the end of the year they once again held concerts, which lasted until early the next year.

2011: Debut[edit]

On February 12, 2011, during their concert they got a brown envelope to open during the MC. It announced that they were to have their debut in May under Avex, but due to the Touhoku earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan, the CD release was postponed until the following summer.

During their concert on July 29 in Yokohama they got another brown envelope announcing that they would held their first concert in Tokyo Dome on August 28. With their official debut on August 10, it became the shortest time any music artist has ever had from their debut to a Tokyo Dome concert. Previously this record was held by Hey! Say! JUMP and Tackey & Tsubasa with Tokyo Dome concerts 38 days after their official debut.

On August 10, 2011, they released their debut single "Everybody Go!". They also released it in Other Asian countries such as Taiwan, Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and South Korea.

During the Tokyo Dome concert they once again received a brown envelope announcing that in 2012 the group will tour around 47 prefectures of Japan and five Asian counties: South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand and Singapore.

On October 26, 2011 the group released their 2 concert DVD's Kis-My-Ft2 ni Aeru de Show vol.3 / Kis-My-Ft2 Debut Tour 2011 Everybody Go.

On December 14, 2011, the group released their second single "We Never Give Up!"

2012–present[edit]

From January 14 to March 17, 2012, the group member Fujigaya Taisuke took part in NTV drama "Risou no Musuko" as Mifune Kengo.

On March 21, 2012, the group released their third single "SHE!HER!HER!".[2] The single was used to be Watering Kiss Mint's CM music, released in 2 different versions: Regular Edition (with B-Side song "DEEP YOUR VOICE" - theme song for variety show Moshimo Tour and bonus one random mini poster of group members) and Limited Edition (CD and a bonus DVD with SHE!HER!HER! music video and its making-of, plus GLICO WATERING KISSMINT CM and its making-of). It immediately topped the Oricon Weekly Single Ranking with 192,937 copies sold.

On March 28, 2012, they released their first album Kis-My-1st with 4 versions: Limited Edition Jacket A (CD album and DVD footage, plus Music video for 2 of their pre-debut songs "FIRE BEAT" and "Inori"); Limited Edition Jacket B (CD album and CD Kis-My-ZERO album featuring 8 original pre-debut songs); Regular Edition Jacket C (CD album with 2 bonus track "TELL ME WHY" and "DANCING STAR"); Kis-My-1st SHOP VERSION that can only be bought through Kis-My-SHOP online (for Japanese fans only, featuring 30-minute footage of members named "Ashi Ato" and special booklet).[3]

From March 31 to June 6, the group was holding their national Kis-My-MINT Tour.

The group was the 4th artist by total sales revenue in Japan in 2014, with ¥5.258 billion.[4]

In 2016, the group commemorated their fifth anniversary. They perform live in Tokyo Dome and many neighboring prefectures. In their live performances, they perform many stunts but the most memorable performances are the 20m fall, wadaiko (Japanese drum) and a 2-ton water jet (kis-my-jet). With their stunts and live performances, the total number of people that attended their concert is 2 million. This is the first Johnny's group that has more than 2 million audiences. They released a new single Sha-La-La Summer Time

Members[edit]

  • Hiromitsu Kitayama (北山 宏光, Kitayama Hiromitsu)
  • Kento Senga (千賀 健永, Sento Kenga)
  • Toshiya Miyata (宮田 俊哉, Miyata Toshiya)
  • Wataru Yokoo (横尾 渉, Yokō Wataru)
  • Taisuke Fujigaya (藤ヶ谷 太輔, Fujigaya Taisuke)
  • Yuta Tamamori (玉森 裕太, Tamamori Yūta)
  • Takashi Nikaidō (二階堂 高嗣, Nikaidō Takashi)

Former member[edit]

  • Kyohei Iida (飯田 恭平, Iida Kyōhei)

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales[5] Certifications
JPN
[6]
KOR
[7]
KOR
Int.

[8][A]
TWN
[12][B][C]
TWN EA
[13][D]
Kis-My-1st 1 84 9 11 3 349,000
Good Ikuze!
  • Released: March 27, 2013
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1 20 3 282,000
Kis-My-Journey
  • Released: July 2, 2014
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1 8 288,000
Kis-My-World
  • Released: July 1, 2015
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1 336,000[17]
I Scream
  • Released: June 22, 2016
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1 281,000[19]
Music Colosseum
  • Released: May 3, 2017
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1 245,000[20]
Yummy!!
  • Released: April 23, 2018
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1

251,000[21]

Free Hugs![22]
  • Released: April 24, 2019
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD
1 204,000[23]

Compilation album[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales[5] Certifications
JPN
[6]
Hit! Hit! Hit!
  • Released: March 26, 2014
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: CD, CD/2DVD
1 295,000

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales[5] Certifications Album
JPN Oricon
[6]
JPN Hot
[25]
KOR
[7]
KOR
Int.
[8][A]
TWN
[12]
TWN EA
[13][E]
"Everybody Go" 2011 1 1 50 8 14 2 451,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[26]
Kis-My-1st
"We Never Give Up!" 1 1 6 329,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[27]
"She! Her! Her!" 2012 1 1 15 7 244,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[14]
"Wanna Beeee!!!" 1 1 6 374,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[28]
Good Ikuze!
"Shake It Up"
"Ai no Beat" 1 1 7 322,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[29]
"My Resistance (Tashika na Mono)" 2013 1 1 9 379,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[30]
"Unmei Girl"
"Ki.Su.U.Ma.I (Kiss Your Mind)" 1 1 3 270,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[15]
Hit! Hit! Hit!
"SOS (Smile On Smile)"
"Kimi to no Kiseki" 1 1 18 5 312,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[31]
"Snow Dome no Yakusoku" 1 1 4 338,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[32]
"Luv Sick"
"Hikari no Signal" 2014 1 1 245,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[24]
Kis-My-Journey
"Another Future" 1 1 265,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[33]
Kis-My-World
"Thank You Jan!" 1 1 475,000
  • RIAJ (physical): 2× Platinum[34]
"Kiss Damashii" 2015 1 1 356,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[18]
"AAO" 1 1 212,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[18]
I Scream
"Saigo mo Yappari Kimi" 1 1 206,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[18]
"Gravity" 2016 1 1 239,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[18]
"Sha La La Summer Time" 1 1 291,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[18]
Music Colosseum
"Inter" 2017 1 1[F] 227,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[18]
"Pick It Up" 1 1 200,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[18]
Yummy!!
"Akai Kajitsu" 1 1 194,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[18]
"You & Me"[G] 2018 Non-album singles
"Love" 1 1 198,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[18]
"Kimi, Boku" 1 1 213,000
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[18]
"Kimi o Daisuki da" 2019 1 1 318,738
"Hands Up" 1 1 196,400[37]
"Edge of Days" 1 1 167,050[38]

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[25]
"Seven Journey" 2014 93 Kis-My-Journey

Video albums[edit]

List of media, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Certifications
JPN
[6]
TWN
[39][H]
Kis-My-Ft ni Aeru de Show Vol. 3 at Kokuritsu Yoyogi Daiichi Taiikukan 2011.2.12
  • Released: October 26, 2011
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: DVD
2 3[I]
Kis-My-Ft2 Debut Tour 2011 Everybody Go at Yokohama Arena
  • Released: October 26, 2011
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: DVD
1
Kis-My-Mint Tour at Tokyo Dome 2012.4.8
  • Released: June 20, 2012
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: DVD
1 2
Yoshio: New Member
  • Released: March 27, 2013
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: DVD
1 10
Snow Dome no Yakusoku in Tokyo Dome 2013.11.16
  • Released: January 29, 2014
  • Label: Avex Trax
  • Formats: DVD
1

Other DVDs[edit]

  • [2007.07.18] Takizawa Hideaki - Takizawa Embujo
  • [2008.01.23] Takizawa Hideaki - One! -the history of Tackey-
  • [2008.02.27] Dream Boys
  • [2009.12.02] Play Zone 2009 Taiyo Kara no Tegami
  • [2010.03.10] Takizawa Hideaki - Shinshun Takizawa Kakumei

Pre-debut songs[edit]

  • "Sennen no Love Song" (千年のLove Song) (Originally belonged to K.K.Kity)
  • "Endless Road"
  • "TRY AGAIN"
  • "Inori" (祈り)
  • "Ready?"
  • "Kis-My-Me-Mine"
  • "Good-bye, Thank You"
  • "FIRE BEAT"
  • "Brand New Season"
  • "Kaizoku" (海賊)
  • "Smile"
  • "Daybreaker" (with A.B.C.-Z)
  • "Kis-My-Calling!"
  • "Hair"
  • "Ame" (雨)
  • "Tension" (テンション)
  • "SHOOTING STARS"
  • "Kis-My-LAND"
  • "Eien no Ticket" (永遠のチケット)
  • "My Love"
  • "3D Girl"

Group activities[edit]

Variety shows[edit]

  • 4/17(Tuesday)--19:56~21:48—Derby Quiz 2012---クイズダービー2012---TBS—Tamamori Yuta
  • 4/20(Friday)--24:35~25:05—Quiz! Ichigan—クイズ!イチガン ---TBS—Kitayama Hiromitsu, Tamamori Yuta, Miyata Toshiya
  • 4/27(Friday)--24:20~24:50—Quiz! Ichigan—クイズ!イチガン ---TBS—Kitayama Hiromitsu, Tamamori Yuta, Miyata Toshiya
  • Every Friday—23:15~24:15—Nakai masahiro no ayashii uwasa no atsumaru toshokan---中居正広の怪しい噂の集まる図書館---TV Asahi—Kis-My-Ft2
  • Every Friday—25:10~25:40—Hyakushikiou---百識王---Fuji TV—Fujigaya Taisuke
  • Every Wednesday—25:21~25:51—Hama Kiss---濱キス ---TV Asahi—Kis-My-Ft2
  • Every Thursday (Starting: 4/26) --Tokai chiho no koto narubeku chanto shirabemasu!---東海地方のコトなるべくちゃんと調べます!---CBC TV—Kis-My-Ft2
  • Every Saturday—18:30~19:00—Moshimo Tsuaazu---もしもツアーズ---Fuji TV-Theme Song:Kis-My-Ft2「Deep your voice」--Kis-My-Ft2
  • Every Thursday-_______-Kiss My Fake (ENDED)
  • Every Thursday-24:15-25:10-KISUMAI BUSAIKU
  • Every Tuesday-Kis-My-Ft2 Presents OL CLUB

Radio[edit]

  • Every Wednesday 24:00~24:30 Kis-My-Ft2 Kisumai Radio Kis-My-Ft2 キスマイRadio

CM[edit]

  • Ezaki Glico "Watering Kiss Mint Gum" (2012/3/12 - )
  • Seven & i Holdings Co. "St. Valentine's day fair" (2013)
  • DHC "Medical acne control series" (2013/3/7 - )

Awards & Achievements[edit]

  • The group is the first in Johnny's Entertainment who reached the number of 2 million people who came to their concert lives in the shortest period of time.

Concerts[edit]

Year Title Schedule Number of stage Place Note
2008 A.B.C-Z Kis-My-Ft2 First Concert in Yokohama Arena 10/11 - 13 Yokohama Arena
2008 A.B.C-Z Kis-My-Ft2 First Concert 2nd Encore Show! 11/8・9 Yoyogi First Gymnasium
2009 Kis-My-Ft ni aeru de Show 10/3 - 12/20 31 stages Ōita iichiko Guranshiata, Kagoshima Citizen's Cultural Hall, Sendai IZUMITY 21, Well City Kanazawa, Niigata Prefectural Civic Center, Well City Hiroshima, World Memorial Hall, Well City Sapporo, Yokohama Arena, Nippon Gaishi Hall
2010 Kis-My-Ft ni 010 aeru de Show 3/30 - 5/5 12 stages Yokohama Arena、Marine Messe Fukuoka, Sekisui Heim Super Arena, Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center(Kitayell), Hiroshima Green Arena, Osaka-jō Hall
2010‐2011 Kis-My-Ft ni aeru de Show vol.3 2010/12/28 - 2011/2/12 10 stages Nippon Gaishi Hall, Osaka-jō Hall, Yoyogi First Gymnasium
2011 Kis-My-Ft2 Debut Tour 2011 Everybody Go 7/9 - 8/21 16 stages Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center(Kitayell), Hiroshima Green Arena, Yokohama Arena, Marine Messe Fukuoka, Osaka-jō Hall, Nippon Gaishi Hall
2011 Kis-My-Ft2 Debut Tour 2011 Everybody Go to TOKYO DOME 8/28 1 stage Tokyo Dome
2012 Kis-My-Ft2 Kis-My-MiNT Tour 3/31 - 6/3 19 stages Marine Messe Fukuoka, Nippon Gaishi Hall, Tokyo Dome, Osaka-jō Hall, Hiroshima Green Arena, Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center(Kitayell)
2013 Kis-My-Ft2 Good Live Tour Ikuze! 5/3 - 8/25 16 stages Osaka-jō Hall, Sekisui Heim Super Arena, Hiroshima Green Arena, Yokohama Arena, Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center(Kitayell), Marine Messe Fukuoka

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b References for Gaon: "Everybody Go",[9] Kis-My-1st.[10] References for Gaon Overseas: "Everybody Go",[11] Kis-My-1st.[11]
  2. ^ The G-Music chart was established in July 2005 and only archives the top 20 releases.
  3. ^ Position was taken from 2012 week 13 for Kis-My-1st, 2013 week 15 for Good Ikuze.
  4. ^ Position was taken from 2014 week 12 for Kis-My-1st and Good Ikuze, 2014 week 41 for Kis-My-Journey.
  5. ^ Position was taken from 2011 week 33 for "Everybody Go", 2011 week 51 for "We Never Give Up", 2012 week 12 for "She Her Her", 2012 week 34 for "Wanna Beeee!!!/Shake It Up", 2012 week 46 for "Ai no Beat", 2014 week 10 for "My Resistance", 2014 week 12 for "Ki su u ma i (Kiss Your Mind)/SOS (Smile On Smile)", 2013 week 33 for "Kimi to no Kiseki", 2013 week 47 for "Snow Dome no Yakusoku/Luv Sick".
  6. ^ Peak position for "Tonight".[35]
  7. ^ Limited release. Sales of You & Me did not count towards Oricon charts.[36]
  8. ^ Position was taken from 2011 week 45 for Kis-My-Ft ni Aeru, 2012 week 27 for Kis-My-Mint, 2013 week 15 for Yoshio: New Member.
  9. ^ Charted together as a set in Taiwan.
  10. ^ Also sold together as a 2DVD packaged set.

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