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Origin Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
Genres Pop
Years active 2007-present
Labels Pullup Records
Website www.pureboys.jp
Members Ryosuke Miura
Keisuke Minami
Hiromi Sakimoto
Yuichi Sato
Ren Yagami
Takuya Nagaoka
Kenta Itogi
Past members Toru Baba
Keisuke Kato
Masei Nakayama
Yukihiro Takiguchi
Kouhei Takeda

PureBoys is a Japanese actors unit and pop group[1] under endorsement of popular celebrity blogging service AmebaBlog. PureBoys was originally conceived as a promotional subsection of Ameba featuring young actors with blogs hosted under the service, therefore members are all not signed to one talent management company or recording label. Each member is individually managed by his respective agency, and the group's records are released through indie label Pullup Records.




  • June 2007—formation of the group
  • July 20, 2007—opening of official website
  • September 26, 2007—release of debut single Kampai Je T'aime
  • October 3, 2007—release of Back Stage File #1 DVD
  • October 3–8, 2007—staging of Act.1: 7Cheers! ~Jibun to iu Daichi Kara~
  • October 10, 2007—re-release of Kampai Je T'aime CD
  • November 16, 2007—release of First Photobook
  • December 21, 2007—release of 7Cheers! DVD
  • December 28, 2007—announcement of two new members, Sakimoto and Sato
  • March 21, 2008—Takiguchi, Kato and Nakayama announce their graduation from the group via blog entry
  • March 28, 2008—graduation ceremony during the PureBOYS internet broadcast show Harajuku AmeSuta Gakuen
  • June 25, 2008—release of second single Kimi no Te / Psyche na Heart
  • August 20–27, 2008—staging of Act.2: 7Dummy's Blues
  • August 31, 2008—Takeda graduates from PureBOYS
  • September 12, 2008—Itogi introduced as the newest member
  • November 5, 2008—release of 7Dummy's Blues DVD
  • June 10, 2009—release of third single CAUTION
  • November 25, 2009—release of fourth single Zenkaidansu


Single # Release Track listing
1st Kampai Je'Taime

(Official Debut)
September 26, 2007

  1. Kampai Je'Taime (乾杯ジュテーム?)
  2. Zenryaku, Michi no Ue Yori (前略、道の上より?)
  3. Bambina (バンビーナ?)
  5. Kampai Je'Taime (inst) (乾杯ジュテーム (inst)?)
  6. Zenryaku, Michi no Ue Yori (inst) (前略、道の上より (inst)?)
  7. Bambina (inst) (バンビーナ (inst)?)
  8. LOVE&JOY (inst)

DVD track listing

  1. Kampai Je'Taime (乾杯ジュテーム?)
  2. Bambina (バンビーナ?)
2nd Kimi no Te / Psyche na Heart

June 25, 2008

  1. Kimi no Te (君の手?)
  2. Psyche na Heart (サイケなハート?)
  3. Kimi no Te (instrumental) (君の手 (instrumental)?)
  4. Psyche na Heart (instrumental) (サイケなハート (instrumental)?)

DVD track listing

  1. Kimi no Te (君の手?)
  2. Psyche na Heart (サイケなハート?)

June 10, 2009

  2. Ai Got You (愛 Got You?)
  3. CAUTION(instrumental)
  4. Ai Got You (instrumental) (愛 Got You (instrumental)?)
4th Zenkaidansu

November 25, 2009

  1. Zenkaidansu (ゼンカイダンス?)
  2. SEASON~episodeⅤ~
  3. enkaidansu ((instrumental), ゼンカイダンス (instrumental)?)
  4. PSEASON~episodeⅤ~ (instrumental)

DVD track listing

  1. Zenkaidansu (ゼンカイダンス?)
  2. SEASON~episodeⅤ~(オフショットmovie)
DVD Release Description
Back Stage File #1 October 3, 2007


Assorted clips from dance lessons for the Kampai Je T'aime PV, their weekly internet radio show Harajuku AmeSuta Gakuen, recording the tracks for the first single, filming the PV. Includes Self Videos made by the members themselves and interviews.

Act.1: 7Cheers! ~Tobe! Jibun to iu Daichi Kara~ December 21, 2007


Recording of their stage play, which ran October 3–8, 2007. Includes rehearsal videos and a special tour of the theater and props.

Back Stage File #2 August 20, 2008


Assorted clips from the CD sale commemoration event, dance lessons, recording the tracks for the second single, filming the PV. Includes interviews.

Act.2: 7Dummy's Blues November 5, 2008


Recording of their stage play, which ran August 20–27, 2008. Includes backstage rehearsal videos.


  1. ^ "PureBoys ヌルい思い出の写真集" (in Japanese). Kobe Shimbun. 10 July 2011. Retrieved 27 August 2011. 

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