Nogizaka46

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Nogizaka46
Nogizaka46 at Japan Expo 2014 (1).jpg
Nogizaka46 at Japan Expo 2014
Background information
OriginTokyo, Japan
GenresJ-Pop
Years active2011–present
LabelsSony Records/N46Div
Associated actsSakamichi Series
Websitewww.nogizaka46.com

Nogizaka46 (乃木坂46, Nogizaka Forty-six) is a Japanese female idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto, created as the official rival (公式ライバル, kōshiki raibaru) of the group AKB48. They are the first group from the Sakamichi Series, which also includes sister groups Keyakizaka46, Yoshimotozaka46, and Hinatazaka46.

The group's musical catalogue includes twenty-three singles and five compilation albums. Starting with their third single, each of Nogizaka46's single releases have reached the top position on the weekly Oricon chart, and each single since "Influencer" has sold at least one million copies. The group has also created radio shows, theater productions, television programs, and films, including NogiBingo!, Hatsumori Bemars, Nogizaka Under Construction, Asahinagu, and a series of documentary films about the group.

Nogizaka46 has twice won the Grand Prix at the annual Japan Record Awards, with consecutive wins for "Influencer" in 2017 and "Synchronicity" in 2018. The group has sold nearly 18 million CDs in Japan.

History[edit]

2011–2012: Formation and early chart success[edit]

The formation of Nogizaka46 was first announced on June 29, 2011, when it became the first group to be labelled as the "official rival" to the group AKB48, rather than a sister group like NMB48 or SKE48. The group was named after the location of the Sony Music Japan offices near Nogizaka Station. Producer Yasushi Akimoto said that the number "46" was chosen as a direct challenge to AKB48, implying that Nogizaka46 would succeed with fewer members.[1] In contrast to AKB48 and its sister groups, the image of Nogizaka46 is based on the Japanese people's perception of conservatively-dressed private all-girls high school students in France, which carries the connotations of elegance and refinement.[2]

Overall, 38,934 people applied to join Nogizaka46. Final auditions for the group were held from 20–21 August, 2011, with 56 finalists competing for 36 available places, and 16 members joining as "senbatsu" members specially selected for performances and media appearances.[3] On October 2, 2011, the group launched its first television variety show, titled Nogizakatte, Doko? (乃木坂って、どこ?, Lit: Where is Nogizaka?) and hosted by the comedy duo Bananaman.[3][4]

On February 22, 2012, Nogizaka46 released their debut single "Guruguru Curtain". It ranked second on the Oricon chart and sold 136,309 copies in the first week.[5] Their second single, "Oide Shampoo", was released on May 2 of the same year, and became their first number one song on the Oricon weekly chart, with sales of 156,000 copies.[6] The choreography for "Oide Shampoo" caused a brief controversy, as critics disapproved of the members lifting their skirts over their faces during one part of the performance.[7]

In June 2012, Nogizaka46 took part in Yubi Matsuri, an idol festival produced by Rino Sashihara, performing before 8,000 people at Nippon Budokan.[8][9] They debuted their first musical theater production, titled 16 nin no Principal, at Shibuya Parco Theater in September 2012.[10] By the end of 2012, Nogizaka46 reached number one on the Oricon yearly chart in the newcomers sales category, with annual sales of 870 million yen.[11]

2013–2015: Second generation and national exposure[edit]

Nogizaka46 held their first anniversary concert at Makuhari Messe in Chiba in February 2013, performing for 9,000 fans.[12] From December 2012 to April 2013, an audition for the second generation of Nogizaka46 members was held, with 14 new members chosen out of 16,302 applicants.[13] Thirteen of these new members were introduced at the musical theater performance of 16 nin no Principal deux, the sequel to the 2012 musical, in May 2013.[14] The group also launched their first radio program, titled Nogizaka46no, No (乃木坂46の「の」, Lit: Nogizaka46's No),[15] and released their first photobook, titled Nogizaka Ha.[16] The photobook, released in October, ranked fourth on the Oricon weekly book ranking with 27,000 copies sold.[17]

Members of Nogizaka46 performing on stage
Nogizaka46 performing at the Japan Expo in Paris in 2014

In February 2014, Nogizaka46 held their second birthday concert for 13,000 fans at Yokohama Arena.[18] During the show, the group announced that their musical 16 nin no Principal trois would open at Akasaka ACT Theater on May 30 and run until June 15.[19] The group also released the DVD and Blu-ray versions of their first birthday concert, which reached number one on the Oricon weekly DVD chart, selling 12,000 copies in the first week.[20] On February 24, 2014, at an AKB48 group event, it was announced that Rina Ikoma would join AKB48's Team B, and that Rena Matsui from SKE48's Team E would hold a concurrent position with Nogizaka46.[21] On July 5, 2014, the group performed overseas for the first time, as part of a slate of Japanese performers at the Japan Expo 2014 in Paris.[22]

On January 7, 2015, Nogizaka46 released their first album Tōmei na Iro, selling over 220,000 copies in the first week.[23] The album reached number one on the Oricon weekly albums chart.[24] The following month, the group held their third birthday concert, this time in from of 38,000 people at Seibu Dome in Saitama.[25] Rina Ikoma returned to Nogizaka46, with Rena Matsui returning to SKE48.[26] The group also launched a new television variety show, Nogizaka Kōjichū (乃木坂工事中, Lit: Nogizaka Under Construction), to replace Nogizakatte, Doko?[27] Their first television drama, Hatsumori Bemars, premiered on the TX network in July.[28] Nogizaka46 concluded the year by appearing for the first time on the NHK nationally-broadcast New Year program Kōhaku Uta Gassen, where they performed their fifth single, titled "Kimi no Na wa Kibō".[29][30]

2016–2017: Third generation and Japan Record Award[edit]

From February 20 through February 22, 2016, Nogizaka46 broadcast an Internet TV program titled Nogizaka46 4th Anniversary Nogizaka 46 hours TV, in which the members produced and performed their own material for forty-six consecutive hours, on six websites simultaneously.[31] In the week following the performance, the group's twelfth single "Taiyō Nokku" was selected for the 30th Japan Gold Disc Award.[32] On May 25, 2016, they released their second album Sorezore no Isu, which reached number one on the Oricon weekly albums chart.[33][34] The group promoted the second album with a second broadcast of Nogizaka 46 hours TV.[35] On August 5, they released their second photobook, titled 1 Jikan Okure no I Love You, which sold 41,000 copies in the first week and ranked 1st on Oricon weekly book ranking.[17]

From July 19 to September 4, 2016, the 3rd generation audition took place, with 13 finalists chosen out of 48,986 applicants.[36] The final stage of the audition involved an appeal by 13 finalists to internet audiences using the SHOWROOM internet streaming service.[37][13] Twelve candidates passed the final screening.[38]

The group's fourth birthday concert was held during the last three days of their summer tour, instead of earlier in the year, due to booking issues caused by 2020 Summer Olympics construction.[39][40] In November 2016, Nogizaka46 released the 16th single "Sayonara no Imi". It reached number one on the Oricon weekly single chart, selling 827,717 copies in the first week.[41] "Sayonara no Imi" became the group's first Million single certified by RIAJ.[42] Nogizaka46 ended the year with their second appearance on NHK Kōhaku Uta Gassen.[43]

In February 2017, Nogizaka46 performed their fifth annual birthday concert over 3 days at Saitama Super Arena.[44] The first day of the concert was the final performance of group member Nanami Hashimoto, who retired from the entertainment industry.[45] In May 2017, the group debuted a new theater production based based on the manga series Asahinagu, performing in Tokyo, Osaka and Aichi.[46] That same month they released their third album, titled Umarete Kara Hajimete Mita Yume.[47] Nogizaka46's first feature film, a live-action adaptation of the manga Asahinagu starring Nanase Nishino in the lead role, opened in cinemas across Japan in September 2017.[48] The theme song for the movie, "Itsuka Dekiru kara Kyō Dekiru", was released as their 19th single.

The group's 2017 national tour held performances in Tokyo, Sendai, Osaka, Nagoya, and Niigata, and concluded on November 7 and 8 at Tokyo Dome, where they drew in over 55,000 fans each day.[49][50][51] Three weeks later they performed overseas for the second time, with a selection of group members performing live at C3AFA Singapore.[52] The group ended the year by winning the grand prize at the 59th Japan Record Awards for their seventeenth single, titled "Influencer", [53] and by making their third consecutive appearance on NHK's Kōhaku Uta Gassen.[54]

2018–present: Departures and overseas expansion[edit]

Members of Nogizaka46 performing on stage
Nogizaka46 performing in Taiwan in 2019

From July 6 to September 2, 2018, the group held a national tour, starting with their birthday concert from July 6 to 8.[55] On December 1, the group held their first standalone overseas concert at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai.[56] At the 60th Japan Record Awards, Nogizaka46 won the main Japan Record Award for their 20th single "Synchronicity", marking their second consecutive Japan Record Award win.[57] On January 27, 2019, Nogizaka46 held another overseas concert at Taipei Arena.[58] Later that year the group announced a plan to return to Shanghai in October for a two-day concert at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.[59]

A series of first generation member departures started in 2018, when Rina Ikoma, who had centered six of the group's singles, left the group.[60] The final day of the 7th Birthday Live in February 2019 was a graduation concert for first generation member Nanase Nishino, who had centered or co-centered seven singles.[61] In March 2019, Misa Etō held a solo concert as her final public appearance with the group.[62] On July 8, 2019, the group's captain, Reika Sakurai, announced that she would be graduating and concluding her activities as of September 1, 2019, timing her graduation to coincide with the final stop of the group's national summer tour.[63]

Members[edit]

Name Birth date (age) Native Height Generation Notes
Manatsu Akimoto (秋元真夏) (1993-08-20) August 20, 1993 (age 25) Saitama 156 cm 1
Erika Ikuta (生田絵梨花) (1997-01-22) January 22, 1997 (age 22) Tokyo 160 cm 1
Sayuri Inoue (井上小百合) (1994-12-14) December 14, 1994 (age 24) Saitama 154 cm 1
Asuka Saitō (齋藤飛鳥) (1998-08-10) August 10, 1998 (age 21) Tokyo 158 cm 1
Reika Sakurai (桜井玲香) (1994-05-16) May 16, 1994 (age 25) Kanagawa 156 cm 1 Captain
Mai Shiraishi (白石麻衣) (1992-08-20) August 20, 1992 (age 26) Gunma 162 cm 1
Kazumi Takayama (高山一実) (1994-02-08) February 8, 1994 (age 25) Chiba 162 cm 1
Kana Nakada (中田花奈) (1994-08-06) August 6, 1994 (age 25) Saitama 158 cm 1
Hina Higuchi (樋口日奈) (1998-01-31) January 31, 1998 (age 21) Tokyo 157 cm 1
Minami Hoshino (星野みなみ) (1998-02-06) February 6, 1998 (age 21) Chiba 154 cm 1
Sayuri Matsumura (松村沙友理) (1992-08-27) August 27, 1992 (age 26) Osaka 164 cm 1
Maaya Wada (和田まあや) (1998-04-23) April 23, 1998 (age 21) Hiroshima 158 cm 1
Junna Itō (伊藤純奈) (1998-11-30) November 30, 1998 (age 20) Kanagawa 166 cm 2
Hinako Kitano (北野日奈子) (1996-07-17) July 17, 1996 (age 23) Chiba 158 cm 2
Kotoko Sasaki (佐々木琴子) (1998-08-28) August 28, 1998 (age 20) Saitama 163 cm 2
Mai Shinuchi (新内眞衣) (1992-01-22) January 22, 1992 (age 27) Saitama 165 cm 2 Oldest
Ayane Suzuki (鈴木絢音) (1999-03-05) March 5, 1999 (age 20) Akita 158 cm 2
Ranze Terada (寺田蘭世) (1998-09-23) September 23, 1998 (age 20) Tokyo 156 cm 2
Miona Hori (堀未央奈) (1996-10-15) October 15, 1996 (age 22) Gifu 160 cm 2
Rena Yamazaki (山崎怜奈) (1997-05-21) May 21, 1997 (age 22) Tokyo 164 cm 2
Miria Watanabe (渡辺みり愛) (1999-11-01) November 1, 1999 (age 19) Tokyo 152 cm 2
Riria Itō (伊藤理々杏) (2002-10-08) October 8, 2002 (age 16) Okinawa 154 cm 3
Renka Iwamoto (岩本蓮加) (2004-02-02) February 2, 2004 (age 15) Tokyo 155 cm 3
Minami Umezawa (梅澤美波) (1999-01-06) January 6, 1999 (age 20) Kanagawa 170 cm 3
Momoko Ōzono (大園桃子) (1999-09-13) September 13, 1999 (age 19) Kagoshima 156 cm 3
Shiori Kubo (久保史緒里) (2001-07-14) July 14, 2001 (age 18) Miyagi 160 cm 3
Tamami Sakaguchi (阪口珠美) (2001-11-10) November 10, 2001 (age 17) Tokyo 161 cm 3
Kaede Satō (佐藤楓) (1998-03-23) March 23, 1998 (age 21) Aichi 160 cm 3
Reno Nakamura (中村麗乃) (2001-09-27) September 27, 2001 (age 17) Tokyo 165 cm 3
Hazuki Mukai (向井葉月) (1999-08-23) August 23, 1999 (age 19) Tokyo 152 cm 3
Mizuki Yamashita (山下美月) (1999-07-26) July 26, 1999 (age 20) Tokyo 159 cm 3
Ayano-Christie Yoshida (吉田綾乃クリスティー) (1995-09-06) September 6, 1995 (age 23) Ōita 161 cm 3 Despite her first name, she is not multiracial.
Yūki Yoda (与田祐希) (2000-05-05) May 5, 2000 (age 19) Fukuoka 152 cm 3
Sakura Endo (遠藤さくら) (2001-10-03) October 3, 2001 (age 17) Aichi 160 cm 4
Haruka Kaki (賀喜遥香) (2001-08-08) August 8, 2001 (age 18) Tochigi 166 cm 4
Sayaka Kakehashi (掛橋沙耶香) (2002-11-20) November 20, 2002 (age 16) Okayama 156 cm 4
Saya Kanagawa (金川紗耶) (2001-10-31) October 31, 2001 (age 17) Hokkaido 164 cm 4
Yuri Kitagawa (北川悠理) (2001-08-08) August 8, 2001 (age 18) Tokyo 163 cm 4 Former AKB48 3rd generation draft member.
Yuna Shibata (柴田柚菜) (2003-03-03) March 3, 2003 (age 16) Chiba 160 cm 4
Rei Seimiya (清宮レイ) (2003-08-01) August 1, 2003 (age 16) Saitama 162 cm 4
Mayu Tamura (田村真佑) (1999-01-12) January 12, 1999 (age 20) Saitama 158 cm 4
Ayame Tsutsui (筒井あやめ) (2004-06-08) June 8, 2004 (age 15) Aichi 160 cm 4 Youngest
Seira Hayakawa (早川聖来) (2000-08-24) August 24, 2000 (age 18) Osaka 164 cm 4
Mio Yakubo (矢久保美緒) (2002-08-14) August 14, 2002 (age 16) Tokyo 152 cm 4

Graduated members[edit]

Name Birth date (age) Native Height Generation Leaving date Notes
Honoka Yamamoto (山本穂乃香) (1998-03-31) March 31, 1998 (age 21) Aichi 162 cm 1 September 22, 2011
Ayaka Yoshimoto (吉本彩華) (1996-08-18) August 18, 1996 (age 22) Kumamoto 147 cm 1 September 22, 2011
Yumiko Iwase (岩瀬佑美子) (1990-06-12) June 12, 1990 (age 29) Saitama 153 cm 1 November 18, 2012
Mikumo Andou (安藤美雲) (1993-05-21) May 21, 1993 (age 26) Kanagawa 156 cm 1 June 16, 2013
Yukina Kashiwa (柏幸奈) (1994-08-12) August 12, 1994 (age 24) Nagasaki 158 cm 1 November 17, 2013
Seira Miyazawa (宮澤成良) (1993-10-29) October 29, 1993 (age 25) Chiba 166 cm 1 November 17, 2013 Daughter of Michel Miyazawa, a former Japanese football player.
Nanami Nishikawa (西川七海) (1993-07-03) July 3, 1993 (age 26) Tokyo 165 cm 2 March 22, 2014 Former AKB48 8th Generation Kenkyuusei.
Rena Ichiki (市來玲奈) (1996-01-22) January 22, 1996 (age 23) Chiba 153 cm 1 July 21, 2014
Risako Yada (矢田里沙子) (1995-03-18) March 18, 1995 (age 24) Saitama 158 cm 2 October 18, 2014
Kyouka Yonetoku (米徳京花) (1999-04-14) April 14, 1999 (age 20) Kanagawa 163 cm 2 October 18, 2014
Nene Ito (伊藤寧々) (1995-12-12) December 12, 1995 (age 23) Gifu 148 cm 1 October 19, 2014
Rina Yamato (大和里菜) (1994-12-14) December 14, 1994 (age 24) Miyagi 162 cm 1 December 15, 2014
Seira Hatanaka (畠中清羅) (1995-12-05) December 5, 1995 (age 23) Osaka 150 cm 1 April 4, 2015
Rena Matsui (松井玲奈) (1991-07-27) July 27, 1991 (age 28) Aichi 162 cm Exchange student from SKE48 May 14, 2015
Seira Nagashima (永島聖羅) (1994-05-19) May 19, 1994 (age 25) Aichi 158 cm 1 March 20, 2016[64]
Mai Fukagawa (深川麻衣) (1991-03-29) March 29, 1991 (age 28) Shizuoka 162 cm 1 June 16, 2016[65]
Nanami Hashimoto (橋本奈々未) (1993-02-20) February 20, 1993 (age 26) Hokkaido 163 cm 1 February 20, 2017[45]
Himeka Nakamoto (中元日芽香) (1996-04-13) April 13, 1996 (age 23) Hiroshima 161 cm 1 November 19, 2017[66] Sister of Suzuka Nakamoto (Su-metal) of Babymetal.
Marika Itō (伊藤万理華) (1996-02-20) February 20, 1996 (age 23) Kanagawa 155 cm 1 December 23, 2017[67][68]
Mahiro Kawamura (川村真洋) (1995-07-23) July 23, 1995 (age 24) Osaka 156 cm 1 March 31, 2018[69] Is currently a member of the Korean pop group Z-Girls.[70]
Rina Ikoma (生駒里奈) (1995-12-29) December 29, 1995 (age 23) Akita 155 cm 1 May 6, 2018[71]
Chiharu Saitō (斎藤ちはる) (1997-02-17) February 17, 1997 (age 22) Saitama 166 cm 1 July 16, 2018[72]
Iori Sagara (相楽伊織) (1997-11-26) November 26, 1997 (age 21) Saitama 164 cm 2 July 16, 2018[73]
Yumi Wakatsuki (若月佑美) (1994-06-27) June 27, 1994 (age 25) Shizuoka 157 cm 1 November 30th, 2018[74]
Ami Noujou (能條愛未) (1994-10-18) October 18, 1994 (age 24) Kanagawa 163 cm 1 December 15th, 2018[75]
Hina Kawago (川後陽菜) (1998-03-22) March 22, 1998 (age 21) Nagasaki 161 cm 1 December 20th, 2018[76]
Nanase Nishino (西野七瀬) (1994-05-25) May 25, 1994 (age 25) Osaka 159 cm 1 December 31st, 2018 (held graduation concert on 24th February, 2019)[77]
Misa Etō (衛藤美彩) (1993-01-04) January 4, 1993 (age 26) Ōita 163 cm 1 March 31st, 2019
Karin Itō (伊藤かりん) (1993-05-26) May 26, 1993 (age 26) Kanagawa 155 cm 2 May 24th, 2019[78]
Yūri Saitō (斉藤優里) (1993-07-20) July 20, 1993 (age 26) Tokyo 157 cm 1 June 30th, 2019[79]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Number Release date Album information Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
[80]
Sales
(Oricon)
RIAJ Certifications
(sales thresholds)
First
week
Total
1st January 7, 2015 "Tōmei na Iro" (透明な色)[81] 1 222,031 331,210 Platinum[82]
2nd May 25, 2016 "Sorezore no Isu" (それぞれの椅子) 1 274,873 352,223 Platinum[83]
3rd May 24, 2017 "Umaretekara Hajimete Mita Yume" (生まれてから初めて見た夢) 1 342,487 421,315 Platinum[84]
4th April 17, 2019 "Ima ga Omoide ni Naru made" (今が思い出になるまで)[85] 1 446,618[86]

Compilation albums[edit]

Number Release date Album information Oricon
Weekly
Albums
Chart
Sales
(Oricon)
RIAJ Certifications
(sales thresholds)
First
week
Total
1st January 10, 2018 "Boku dake no Kimi〜Under Super Best〜" (僕だけの君〜Under Super Best〜) 1 101,396 135,120

Singles[edit]

Number Release date Title Chart positions Oricon
sales
[87]
Billboard Japan sales Albums
Oricon
Weekly
Singles
Chart
[88]
Billboard Japan
Hot
100

[89]
First week Total sales
1st February 22, 2012 "Guruguru Curtain" (ぐるぐるカーテン, "Coil the Curtain") 2 3 136,309 214,373 Tōmei na Iro
2nd May 2, 2012 "Oide Shampoo" (おいでシャンプー, "Come on Shampoo") 1 2 155,677 225,383
3rd August 22, 2012 "Hashire! Bicycle" (走れ! Bicycle, "Run! Bicycle") 1 1 186,613 245,069
4th December 19, 2012 "Seifuku no Mannequin" (制服のマネキン, "Mannequin in Uniform") 1 1 232,961 313,532
5th March 13, 2013 "Kimi no Na wa Kibō" (君の名は希望, "Your Name Is Hope") 1 3 242,053 319,601
6th July 3, 2013 "Girl's Rule" (ガールズルール) 1 1 337,138 459,512
7th November 27, 2013 "Barrette" (バレッタ) 1 1 395,127 516,654
8th April 2, 2014 "Kizuitara Kataomoi" (気づいたら片想い, "If you notice a crush") 1 1 457,837 546,832
9th July 9, 2014 "Natsu no Free & Easy" (夏のFree&Easy, "Summer Free & Easy") 1 1 421,622 526,564
10th October 8, 2014 "Nandome no Aozora ka?" (何度目の青空か?, "How many blue skies have there been?") 1 1 478,788 619,803
11th March 18, 2015 "Inochi wa Utsukushii" (命は美しい, "Life is Beautiful") 1 1 500,297 622,248 Sorezore no Isu
12th July 22, 2015 "Taiyō Nokku" (太陽ノック, "Sun Knock") 1 1 609,202 680,132
13th October 28, 2015 "Ima, Hanashitai Dareka ga Iru" (今、話したい誰かがいる, "Now, there is someone who I want to talk to") 1 1 626,905 741,243
14th March 23, 2016 "Harujion ga Sakukoro" (ハルジオンが咲く頃, "The time when Philadelphia fleabane blooms") 1 1 749,706 834,797
15th July 27, 2016 "Hadashi de Summer" (裸足でSummer, "Barefoot Summer") 1 1 728,189 866,648 885,611 Umaretekara Hajimete Mita Yume
16th November 9, 2016 "Sayonara no Imi" (サヨナラの意味, "The meaning of good-bye") 1 1 827,717 982,395 996,945
17th March 22, 2017 "Influencer" (インフルエンサー) 1 1 874,528 1,046,919
18th August 9, 2017 "Nigemizu" (逃げ水, "Mirage") 1 1 880,018 1,066,674 1,230,999 Ima ga Omoide ni Naru made
19th October 11, 2017 "Itsuka Dekiru kara Kyō Dekiru" (いつかできるから今日できる, "You can do it someday, so you can do it today") 1 1 850,824 1,106,788 1,279,668
20th April 25, 2018 "Synchronicity" (シンクロニシティ) 1 1 1,116,852 1,310,756 1,396,274
21st August 8, 2018 "Jikochu de Ikō!" (ジコチューで行こう!, "Let's go with self-centeredness!") 1 1 988,671 1,325,909 1,465,439
22nd November 14, 2018 "Kaerimichi wa Tōmawari Shitaku Naru" (帰り道は遠回りしたくなる, "I want to make a detour on my way home") 1 1 1,062,615[90] 1,235,467 1,299,564
23rd May 29, 2019 "Sing Out!" 1 1 1,004,259[91] Non-album single
24th September 4, 2019 "Yoake Made Tsuyogaranakutemoii" (夜明けまで強がらなくてもいい, "You don’t have to pretend to be strong until dawn")[92]

Filmography[edit]

Documentary film[edit]

  • Kanashimi no Wasurekata : Documentary of Nogizaka46 (2015)[93]

Live-action films[edit]

Television[edit]

Concerts[edit]

Theater[edit]

DVDs[edit]

  • Nogibingo! series (2013-2016)[127]
  • Nogizaka46 1ST YEAR BIRTHDAY LIVE 2013.2.22 MAKUHARI MESSE (2014)[128]
  • Akimoto Manatsu no Oshi Doko (2015)[129]
  • Hoshino Minami no Oshi Doko (2015)[130]
  • Ikoma Rina no Oshi Doko (2015)[131]
  • Ikuta Erika no Oshi Doko (2015)[132]
  • Nishino Nanase no Oshi Doko (2015)[133]
  • Takayama Kazumi no Oshi Doko (2015)[134]
  • Shiraishi Mai no Oshi Doko (2015)[135]
  • Nogizaka46 2ND YEAR BIRTHDAY LIVE 2014.2.22 YOKOHAMA ARENA (2015)[136]
  • Nogizaka46 3rd YEAR BIRTHDAY LIVE 2015.2.22 SEIBU DOME (2016)[137]

Bibliography[edit]

Photobooks[edit]

  • NogizakaHa: Nogizaka46 First Shashinshū (2013, Futabasha: ISBN 978-4-575-30587-6)[138]
  • Quarterly Nogizaka vol.1 Early Spring (2014, Tokyo News Service; ISBN 978-4-86336-387-8)[139]
  • Quarterly Nogizaka vol.2 Early Summer (2014, Tokyo News Service; ISBN 978-4-86336-409-7)[140]
  • Quarterly Nogizaka vol.3 Ryoshu (2014, Tokyo News Service; ISBN 978-4-86336-426-4)[141]
  • Quarterly Nogizaka vol.4 Winter (2014, Tokyo News Service; ISBN 978-4-86336-451-6)[142]
  • Seijun na Otona: Mai Shiraishi (2014, Gentōsha; ISBN 978-4-344-02671-1)[143]
  • Mai Style: Mai Shiraishi (2015, Shufu no tomo; ISBN 978-4-07-402098-0)[144]
  • Fudangi: Nishino Nanase (2015, Gentōsha; ISBN 978-4-344-02709-1)[145]
  • Kimi to Ita Natsu: Mouhitotsu no Bemars=Our Summer Days Another Bemars (2015, Gentōsha; ISBN 978-4-344-02835-7)[146]
  • Tenchou: Ikuta Erika (2016, Shūeisha; ISBN 978-4-087-80778-3)[147]
  • Zutto, Soba ni Itai: Mai Fukagawa (2016, Gentōsha; ISBN 978-4-344-02951-4)[148]
  • Nogizaka46 Second Shashinshū 1 Jikan Okure no I Love You (2016, Shufu to Seikatsusha; ISBN 978-4-391149302)[149]
  • Kazumi Takayama Photobook Koi Kamo Shirenai (2016, Gakken Plus; ISBN 978-4-054064744)[150]
  • Kaze o Kigaete: Nanase Nishino (2016, Shūeisha; ISBN 978-4-087807981)[151]
  • Passport: Mai Shiraishi (2017, Kōdansha; ISBN 978-4063528572)[152]
  • Shiosai: Asuka Saitō (2017, Gentōsha; ISBN 978-4344030534)[153]

Trading cards[edit]

  • Nogizaka 46 Trading Collection (2013, Ensky)[154]
  • Nogizaka 46 Trading Collection Part 2 (2014, Ensky)[155]

Awards[edit]

The following table lists some of the major awards received by the group.

Year Ceremony Award Nominated work Result
2013 Japan Gold Disc Awards[156] New Artist of the Year Won
2015 Japan Gold Disc Awards[157] Best 5 single Nandome no Aozora ka? Won
2016 Japan Gold Disc Awards Best 5 single Taiyō Nokku Won
2017 59th Japan Record Awards Grand Prix Influencer Won
50th Japan Cable Awards[158] Excellent Music Award Won
Japan Gold Disc Awards Best 5 single Sayonara no Imi Won
2018 60th Japan Record Awards Grand Prix Synchronicity Won
Japan Gold Disc Awards Best 5 single Nigemizu Won
2019 Japan Gold Disc Awards Best 5 single Synchronicity Won
Jikochu de Ikō!" Won

Notes[edit]

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