Sakura Gakuin discography

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Sakura Gakuin discography
Studio albums9
Compilation albums1
Video albums13
Music videos30
Singles13
Sub-unit singles7
Sub-unit music videos9

Japanese idol group Sakura Gakuin has released eight studio albums, one compilation album, thirteen video albums, twenty-one music videos, and thirteen singles. Seven more singles and nine more music videos have been released by sub-units, including those by the band Babymetal released prior to March 2013. Studio albums are released annually, under the supertitle Sakura Gakuin [Year] Nendo (さくら学院[Year]年度, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year [Year]').

Studio albums[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 27, 2011 (2011-04-27)
Recorded2010-2011
GenreJ-pop
Length42:07
LanguageJapanese
LabelToy's Factory
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
(2011)
Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
(2012)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
  1. "Dear Mr. Socrates"
    Released: November 28, 2010
  2. "Yume ni Mukatte" / "Hello! Ivy"
    Released: December 8, 2010

Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message (さくら学院2010年度 〜message〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2010: Message') is the debut studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 54 on the Oricon weekly chart.[1] The album was scheduled for release on March 23, 2011, but was postponed due to the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.[2]

"Yume ni Mukatte" / "Hello! Ivy" was released as the lead single on December 8, 2010. "Hello! Ivy" served as a collaboration song with Mono Comme Ça stores in Japan.[3] The group performed at Tower Records Shinjuku on April 30 to commemorate the album release.[4]

"Dear Mr. Socrates" was released as a single by the Baton Club Twinklestars on November 28, 2010. The album marks the first appearance of the aforementioned sub-unit, as well as the Cooking Club Mini-Pati, the Go Home Club Sleepiece, and the Heavy Music Club Babymetal, as well as the only appearance for the Newspaper Club Scoopers. "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" would later be released as a DVD single on October 22, 2011.

Track listing – Standard edition
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Fly Away"Yuriko MoriRyoRyo4:24
2."Hello! Ivy"Toshio-chanGō SakabeSakabe3:34
3."Chime" (チャイム)ShioOka NaokiNaoki3:51
4."Happy Birthday" (ハッピーバースデー) (Mini-Pati)GenoiseNorizōNorizō2:55
5."Princess ☆ à la Mode" (プリンセス☆アラモード) (Mini-Pati)GenoiseNorizōMatsumoto Takahiro3:48
6."Brand New Day" (Scoopers)MukagoNorizōMatsumoto3:13
7."Dear Mr. Socrates" (Twinklestars)Reiji OkiiOkiiOkii4:01
8."Medaka no Kyōdai" (めだかの兄妹, "Killfish Siblings") (Sleepiece)Toyohisa ArakiTakashi MikiLit-Hum3:25
9."Doki Doki ☆ Morning" (ド・キ・ド・キ☆モーニング) (Babymetal)Nakametal
  • Norizō
  • Motonari Murakawa
  • SOH (Oh! S-D)
  • Murakawa
3:45
10."Yume ni Mukatte" (夢に向かって, "Toward the Dream")MoriRyoRyo4:18
11."Message"Toshio-chanSakabeSakabe4:53
Total length:42:07

Notes

  • "Fly Away", "Hello! Ivy", and "Message" are stylized as "FLY AWAY", "Hello! IVY", and "message", respectively.
  • "Princess ☆ à la Mode" is excluded from limited edition releases.
  • "Medaka no Kyōdai" is a cover of the 1982 Warabe song of the same name.

Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 21, 2012 (2012-03-21)
Recorded2011-2012
GenreJ-pop
Length49:11
LanguageJapanese
LabelUniversal J
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
(2011)
Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
(2012)
Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
(2013)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
  1. "Please! Please! Please!"
    Released: July 6, 2011
  2. "Friends"
    Released: November 23, 2011
  3. "Verishuvi"
    Released: December 21, 2011
  4. "Tabidachi no Hi ni"
    Released: February 5, 2012
  5. "Babymetal × Kiba of Akiba"
    Released: March 7, 2012

Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends (さくら学院2011年度 〜FRIENDS〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2011: Friends') is the second studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 56 on the Oricon weekly chart, lasting two weeks.[1]

"Verishuvi" was released as the lead single on December 21, 2011. The word comes from the phrase "very very shooby dooba", deriving from words used in scat singing, while the song title means "very happy".[5] "Tabidachi no Hi ni" is a traditional graduation song written in 1991, and was released as the graduation single on March 7, 2012. "Friends" was first performed at the concert Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo New: Departure and later released as a single.[6] After leaving the group, Ayami Mutō would later cover the song during her A.Y.M Ballads concert in August 2014.[7]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Verishuvi" (ベリシュビッッ Berishubittsu)Ikuta MachineFujino TakafumiHarada Nao4:36
2."Friends"CanonCanonCanon4:11
3."Please! Please! Please!" (プリーズ!プリーズ!プリーズ!) (Twinklestars)Reiji OkiiOkiiOkii3:44
4."Rapikamu" (ラピカム) (Twinklestars)Yuriko MoriYōichi SakaiSakai3:58
5."Hashire Shōjiki-mono" (走れ正直者; "Run, Honest Person") (Sleepiece)Momoko SakuraTetsurō OdaGakuji Matsuda3:30
6."Yokubari Feuille" (よくばりフィーユ, "Greedy Feuille") (Mini-Pati)Motonori InoueTakeshi NagaiSexy-Synthesizer4:13
7."Iine!" (Vega mix Ver.) (いいね!(Vega mix ver.)) (Babymetal)Nakata CaosMish-MoshDaiki Kasho4:11
8."Otomegokoro" (オトメゴコロ。, "Maiden's Heart")CanonCanonCanon3:54
9."Pictogram" (ピクトグラム)Midori Itō
  • Fumito Nishino
  • Hiroyuki Ōkawa
Yōichirō Yasuoka4:10
10."3.a.m" (Seniors Ayami, Ayaka, Airi)
  • Ikuta
  • Takafumi
IkutaNao4:44
11."See you..."MoriRyoRyo4:25
12."Tabidachi no Hi ni" (旅立ちの日に, "On the Day of Departure")Noboru KojimaHiromi SakamotoGō Sakabe3:35
Total length:49:11

Notes

  • "Friends" is stylized as "FRIENDS".
  • "Hashire Shōjiki-mono" is a cover of the 1991 Hideki Saijō song of the same name.

Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 13, 2013 (2013-03-13)
Recorded2012-2013
GenreJ-pop
Length52:31
LanguageJapanese
LabelUniversal J
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
(2012)
Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
(2013)
Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna
(2014)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
  1. "Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!"
    Released: July 4, 2012
  2. "Wonderful Journey"
    Released: September 5, 2012
  3. "Science Girl ▽ Silence Boy"
    Released: November 21, 2012
  4. "My Graduation Toss"
    Released: February 27, 2013

Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation (さくら学院2012年度 〜My Generation〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2012: My Generation') is the third studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 39 on the Oricon weekly chart, lasting two weeks.[1]

"Wonderful Journey" was released as the lead single on September 5, 2012. With the theme of countries around the world,[8] the song makes references to France, Ecuador, Jamaica, and Costa Rica; the latter includes a comparison between the names of member Raura Iida and former President Laura Chinchilla.[9] "My Graduation Toss" was released as the graduation single on February 27, 2013. Suzuka Nakamoto praised Tommy Heavenly6 after the single's release, noting its sympathetic feel for graduation in rock style.[10]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Wonderful Journey"Noriko FujimotoFujimoto
  • Takahiro Iida
  • Masayuki Fukutomi
4:21
2."Sleep Wonder" (スリープワンダー)Shō WatanabeRyoRyo4:53
3."Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" (ヘドバンギャー!!) (Babymetal)
  • Edometal
  • Nakametal
NarasakiNarametal4:03
4."Miracle ♪ Patiful ♪ Hamburger" (ミラクル♪パティフル♪ハンバーガー) (Mini-Pati)Emi InabaProfessor SakamotoSakamoto4:36
5."Suimin Busoku" (すいみん不足, "Lack of Sleep") (Sleepiece)ChicksChicks
4:12
6."Scoreboard ni Love ga Aru" (スコアボードにラブがある, "Love is On the Scoreboard") (Pastel Wind)Dan MiyakawaMiyakawaMiyakawa4:36
7."Science Girl ▽ Silence Boy" (サイエンスガール ▽ サイレンスボーイ) (Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica?)EhamicEhamicEhamic3:37
8."Delta" (デルタ) (Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica?)EhamicEhamicEhamic4:57
9."Sakura-iro no Avenue" (from Suzuka) (桜色のアベニュー from SUZUKA, "Cherry Blossom Colored Avenue")Hisashi KondōKondōKondō3:57
10."My Graduation Toss"Tomoko KawaseShunsaku OkudaOkuda5:31
11."Marshmallow-iro no Kimi to" (マシュマロ色の君と, "With Marshmallow Colored You")Yuriko MoriRyoRyo4:03
12."Tabidachi no Hi ni" (J-Mix 2012) (旅立ちの日に 〜J-MIX 2012〜)Noboru KojimaHiromi SakamotoTsuyoshi Sakabe3:45
Total length:52:31

Notes

  • "Wonderful Journey" is stylized as "WONDERFUL JOURNEY".
  • "Suimin Busoku" is a cover of the 1990 Chicks song of the same name, serving as an opening thing for the anime adaptation of Kiteretsu Daihyakka.

Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 12, 2014 (2014-03-12)
Recorded2013-2014
GenreJ-pop
Length48:37
LanguageJapanese
LabelUniversal J
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
(2013)
Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna
(2014)
Hōkago Anthology from Sakura Gakuin
(2014)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna
  1. "Ganbare!!"
    Released: October 9, 2013
  2. "Jump Up (Chiisana Yūki)"
    Released: February 12, 2014

Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna (さくら学院2013年度 〜絆〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2013: Bond') is the fourth studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 29 on the Oricon weekly chart, lasting two weeks.[1]

"Ganbare!!" was released as the lead single on October 9, 2013. The title is written unconventionally with the kanji for face (顔) and smile (笑), as the Principal of Sakura Gakuin, Mitsuru Kuramoto stated that the standard word (頑張れ) has a connotation of pressure.[11] The second single, "Jump Up (Chiisana Yūki)" was released on February 12, 2014. One of the B-sides is a cover of the Monkees single "Daydream Believer".[12]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Mezase! Super Lady (2013 Nendo)" (目指せ!スーパーレディー -2013年度-, "Aim for a Super Lady! (School Year 2013)")
  • Hayashi Mori
  • Ikuta Machine
Kōichi FujimotoFujimoto4:11
2."Makeruna! Seishun Hizakozō" (負けるな!青春ヒザコゾウ, "Don't Lose! Youth Kneecaps")
  • Arika
  • Masanco
  • Miwa
Oka NaokiNaoki3:31
3."Hana Hana"Emi Inaba
  • Eba
  • Hajime Hyakkoku
  • Eba
  • Hyakkoku
4:16
4."Ganbare!!" (顔笑れ!!, "Hang In There!!")Jōya UenakaPapparā KawaiKawai5:07
5."Shanari Hannari Dorayaki Hime" (しゃなりはんなりどら焼き姫, "Graceful Elegant Dorayaki Princess") (Mini-Pati)InabaProfessor SakamotoSakamoto4:27
6."Welcome to My Computer" (Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica?)EhamicEhamicEhamic4:32
7."Yosōijō no Smash" (予想以上のスマッシュ, "Smash More Than Expected") (Pastel Wind)Dan MiyakawaMiyakawaMiyakawa4:19
8."Friends" (Unplugged 2013) (Seniors Marina, Raura, Nene, Hinata)CanonCanonCanon4:57
9."IJI"Yuriko MoriRyoRyo4:16
10."Mikansei Silhouette" (未完成シルエット, "Incomplete Silhouette")CanonCanonGō Sakabe4:22
11."Jump Up (Chiisana Yūki)" (Jump Up 〜ちいさな勇気〜, "Jump Up (A Small Courage)")WonderlandYōichirō YasuokaYasuoka4:39
Total length:48:37

Notes

  • "Hana Hana" and "IJI" are stylized as "Hana*Hana" and "I・J・I", respectively.

Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 25, 2015 (2015-03-25)
Recorded2014-2015
GenreJ-pop
Length49:48
LanguageJapanese
LabelUniversal J
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Hōkago Anthology from Sakura Gakuin
(2014)
Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke
(2015)
Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera
(2016)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke
  1. "Heart no Hoshi"
    Released: October 15, 2014
  2. "Aogeba Tōtoshi (from Sakura Gakuin 2014)"
    Released: February 25, 2015

Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke (さくら学院2014年度 〜君に届け〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2014: Reaching You') is the fifth studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 18 on the Oricon weekly chart, lasting two weeks.[1]

"Heart no Hoshi" was released as the lead single on October 15, 2014, and as a DVD single on October 22, 2014. The name comes from the words "heart" and "earth", which share successive letters, expressing the song's message that once everyone's hearts are joined on Earth, the people are united; the Japanese title also uses an alternative reading of the word "earth".[13][14] After its release, writers Tomoko Kawase and Shunsaku Okuda released a demo of the song.[15] "Aogeba Tōtoshi (from Sakura Gakuin 2014)" was released as the graduation single on February 25, 2015, and as a DVD single on March 4, 2015. Due to the archaic nature of the original lyrics, the meaning was difficult to interpret. During the group's live events, the members made their own interpretations of the song.[16]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Mezase! Super Lady (2014 Nendo)" (目指せ!スーパーレディー -2014年度-)
  • Hayashi Mori
  • Ikuta Machine
Kōichi FujimotoFujimoto3:52
2."Animal Rhythm" (アニマリズム Anima Rizumu)Yūsuke YamadaYamadaYamada4:21
3."Heart no Hoshi" (ハートの地球ほし, "Heart Earth")Tommy February6Shunsaku OkudaOkuda5:06
4."Spin in the Wind" (Pro-Wrestling Circle)Kotomi FukagawaYōnosuke KitamuraKitamura3:27
5."Tenshi to Akuma" (天使と悪魔, "Angel and Devil") (Twinklestars)Reiji OkiiOkiiOkii3:43
6."Hirari! Kira Kira ☆ Yami Yami Museum" (ヒラリ!キラキラ☆ヤミヤミミュージアム) (Mini-Pati)Emi InabaGigandectGigandect3:52
7."Piece de Check!" (ピース de Check!) (Koubaibu)Kimotto (Yocco)TiekTiek3:26
8."Takaramono" (宝物, "Treasure") (Seniors Moa, Yui, Hana, Yunano)Inaba
  • Yūya Suzuki
  • Tomokazu Miura
Miura4:53
9."Gokigen! Mr. Tropicalorie" (ご機嫌!Mr.トロピカロリー; "Healthy! Mr. Tropicalorie")The FootlesKōhei WadaWada3:51
10."Aogeba Tōtoshi (from Sakura Gakuin 2014)" (仰げば尊し 〜from さくら学院 2014〜)Ministry of Education SongbookMinistry of Education SongbookKenKen4:27
11."Sayonara, Namida" (さよなら、涙。, "Goodbye, Tears")Reika OkinaKeiji TanabeTanabe4:30
12."Kimi ni Todoke" (君に届け, "Reaching You")CanonCanonKōshirō Honda4:20
Total length:49:48

Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 3, 2016 (2016-03-03)
Recorded2015-2016
GenreJ-pop
Length51:41
LanguageJapanese
LabelAmuse
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke
(2015)
Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera
(2016)
Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku
(2017)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera
  1. "Mathematica!"
    Released: September 27, 2015
  2. "School Days (2015)"
    Released: December 8, 2015

Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera (さくら学院2015年度 〜キラメキの雫〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2015: Pieces of Sparkles') is the sixth studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 15 on the Oricon weekly chart.[1][17]

"Mathematica!" was released as the seventh "educational song", with its music video first released as a DVD bonus of the September 2015 issue of Ciao.[18] "School Days (2015)" was rerecorded and released as a DVD single, with a music video (and choreography cut) along with footage from live performances at Tokyo Idol Festival 2015 on August 2, 2015.[19]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."School Days"Yuriko MoriGō SakabeSakabe4:16
2."Mezase! Super Lady (2015 Nendo)" (目指せ!スーパーレディー -2015年度-)
  • Hayashi Mori
  • Ikuta Machine
Kōichi FujimotoFujimoto4:10
3."Chime"ShioOka NaokiNaoki3:50
4."Mathematica!" (マセマティカ!)Kotomi FukagawaYōnosuke KitamuraKitamura4:36
5."Jacapara Goo Goo ♡ Omurice" (ジャカパラ Goo Goo ♡ オムライス) (Mini-Pati)Emi InabaProfessor SakamotoSakamoto4:08
6."Suimin Busoku" (Sleepiece)ChicksChicks
  • Katsutoshi Kitagawa
  • Yasushi Sakurai
4:15
7."Piece de Check! (2015)" (ピース de Check!-2015-) (Koubaibu)KimottoTiekTiek3:26
8."Science Girl ▽ Silence Boy" (Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica? :Ver. 1.2)EhamicEhamicEhamic3:42
9."Michishirube" (未知標 ~ミチシルベ~) (Seniors Rinon, Saki Ooga, Saki Shirai)Sumiyo MutsumiTatsuya KurauchiKay5:26
10."Yakusoku no Mirai" (約束の未来, "Future of Promise")MoriRyoRyo4:47
11."Kirameki no Kakera" (キラメキの雫, "Pieces of Sparkles")CanonCanonKōshirō Honda4:48
12."Yume ni Mukatte"MoriRyoRyo4:17
Total length:51:41

Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 3, 2017 (2017-03-03)
Recorded2016-2017
GenreJ-pop
Length57:38
LanguageJapanese
LabelAmuse
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera
(2016)
Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku
(2017)
Sakura Gakuin 2017 Nendo: My Road
(2018)
Singles from Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku
  1. "Melodic Solfége"
    Released: September 17, 2016

Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku (さくら学院2016年度 〜約束〜, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2016: Promise') is the seventh studio album by Sakura Gakuin. It charted at number 18 on the Oricon weekly chart.[1][20] Five of the songs have been re-recorded and rearranged by Dr.StrangeLove member Takamune Negishi, with Negishi on bass, Maseeeta on drums, Naoki Hayashibe on guitar, and Yasuhiro Nozaki on keyboard.[21]

"Melodic Solfége" was released as the lead single on September 17, 2016. The song's theme is classical music, and contains elements of Beethoven's "Für Elise" among other classical pieces.[22]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Mezase! Super Lady (2016 Nendo)" (目指せ!スーパーレディー -2016年度-)
  • Hayashi Mori
  • Ikuta Machine
Kōichi FujimotoFujimoto4:13
2."Makeruna! Seishun Hizakozō" (New Sound Band ver.)
  • Arika
  • Masanco
  • Miwa
Oka NaokiTakamune Negishi3:34
3."Song for Smiling" (New Sound Band ver.)Agree2Agree2Negishi3:41
4."Melodic Solfége" (メロディック・ソルフェージュ)Tomoya KinoshitaKinoshitaKinoshita5:41
5."Dabada ♪ Salad de C'est bon ☆ Avenue" (ダバダ♪サラダ de セボン☆アベニュー) (Mini-Pati)Emi InabaProfessor SakamotoSakamoto3:30
6."Hashire Shōjiki-mono" (Sleepiece)Sakura MomokoTetsurō OdaGakuji Matsuda3:33
7."Piece de Check! (2016)" (ピース de Check!-2016-) (Koubaibu)KimottoTiekTiek3:27
8."Delta" (Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica? :Ver. 2.0)EhamicEhamicEhamic4:59
9."Yubikiri" (ユビキリ, "Pinky Promise") (Seniors Sara, Mirena)Takashi YamaguchiYamaguchiYamaguchi4:17
10."Marshmallow-iro no Kimi to" (New Sound Band ver.)CanonCanonNegishi4:08
11."Otomegokoro" (New Sound Band ver.)CanonCanonNegishi3:57
12."Mikansei Silhouette" (New Sound Band ver.)CanonCanonNegishi4:33
13."Identity" (アイデンティティ)CanonCanonA-bee3:48
14."Yume ni Mukatte"Yuriko MoriRyoRyo4:17
Total length:57:38

Notes

  • The pre-release track listing had the positions switched for "Marshmallow-iro no Kimi to" and "Otomegokoro".[23]

Sakura Gakuin 2017 Nendo: My Road[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2017 Nendo: My Road
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 3, 2018 (2018-03-03)
Recorded2017-2018
GenreJ-pop
Length59:28
LanguageJapanese
LabelAmuse
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku
(2017)
Sakura Gakuin 2017 Nendo: My Road
(2018)

Sakura Gakuin 2017 Nendo: My Road (さくら学院 2017年度 ~My Road~, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2017: My Road') is the eighth studio album by Sakura Gakuin. Three songs have been re-recorded.[24] The album charted at number sixteen on the Oricon weekly album chart for the week March 12, 2018 with first-week sales of 4,226 copies.[25]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Mezase! Super Lady (2017 Nendo)" (目指せ!スーパーレディー -2017年度-)
  • Hayashi Mori
  • Ikuta Machine
Kōichi FujimotoFujimoto4:15
2."Fly Away" (New Sound Band ver.)Yuriko MoriRyoRyo4:05
3."IJI" (New Sound Band ver.)MoriRyoRyo4:15
4."Sleep Wonder" (New Sound Band ver.)Shō WatanabeRyoRyo4:55
5."Capsule Scope"IkutaKushita MineKushita3:41
6."Nee" (ねぇ) (Perfume cover)Yasutaka NakataNakataDan Miyakawa4:10
7."Futari Kotoba" (ふたりことば, "Two People's Words") (Aiko Yamaide)Aiko YamaideYamaideMiki Aihara3:48
8."Akindo ☆ Soul" (あきんど☆魂) (Koubaibu)Mirai ShowMirai ShowMirai Show3:43
9."Mirai Dokei" (未来時計, "Clock of the Future") (Seniors Aiko, Megumi, Momoko)Ryūji SakaiWiggyYōichirō Yasuoka4:23
10."Sayonara, Namida"Reika OkinaKeiji TanabeTanabe4:30
11."Magic Melody"Mahō no i-rando Yumekore with Miho KarasawaHiroo YamaguchiYamaguchi4:36
12."My Road"CanonKōshirō HondaHonda3:51
13."Message"Toshi-chanGō SakabeSakabe4:52
14."Yume ni Mukatte"MoriRyoRyo4:18
Total length:59:28

Notes

  • The pre-release contained an alternative track listing.[26]

Sakura Gakuin 2018 Nendo: Life Iro Asenai Hibi[edit]

Sakura Gakuin 2018 Nendo: Life Iro Asenai Hibi
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 3, 2019 (2019-03-03)
Recorded2018-2019
GenreJ-pop
LanguageJapanese
LabelAmuse
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2017 Nendo: My Road
(2018)
Sakura Gakuin 2018 Nendo: Life Iro Asenai Hibi
(2019)

Sakura Gakuin 2018 Nendo: Life Iro Asenai Hibi (さくら学院 2018年度 ~Life 色褪せない日々~, lit. 'Cherry Blossom Academy School Year 2018: Unfading Days of Life') is the ninth studio album by Sakura Gakuin.[27]

Track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Mezase! Super Lady (2017 Nendo)" (目指せ!スーパーレディー -2017年度-)
  • Hayashi Mori
  • Ikuta Machine
Kōichi Fujimoto  
2."Wonderful Journey"Noriko FujimotoNoriko Fujimoto  
3."Verishuvi"IkutaFujino Takafumi  
4."Heart no Hoshi"Tommy February6Shunsaku Okuda  
5."Gokigen! Mr. Tropicalorie"The FootlesKōhei Wada  
6."C'est la vie" (Art Performance Unit “trico dolls”)EHAMICEHAMICEHAMIC 
7."Clover" (Seniors Yuzumi, Maaya, Marin)    
8."Jump Up (Chiisana Yuki)"WonderlandYōichirō Yasuoka  
9."Fairy Tale"    
10."Friends"CanonCanon  
11."Carry On"CanonCanonKOHTA YAMAMOTO 
12."Yakusoku no Mirai"MoriRyo  
13."Yume ni Mukatte"MoriRyo  
Total length:59:28

Compilation albums[edit]

Hōkago Anthology from Sakura Gakuin[edit]

Hōkago Anthology from Sakura Gakuin
Compilation album by
ReleasedMay 5, 2014 (2014-05-05)
Recorded2010-2014
GenreJ-pop
LanguageJapanese
LabelUniversal J
Sakura Gakuin chronology
Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna
(2014)
Hōkago Anthology from Sakura Gakuin
(2014)
Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke
(2015)

Hōkago Anthology from Sakura Gakuin (放課後アンソロジー from さくら学院, lit. 'After-School Anthology from Cherry Blossom Academy') is a compilation album by Sakura Gakuin, containing only songs performed by sub-units.[28] It charted at number 96 on the Oricon weekly chart.[29]

Track listing
No.TitleSub-unitLength
1."Dear Mr. Socrates" (from Message)Twinklestars 
2."Please! Please! Please!" (from Friends)Twinklestars 
3."Scoreboard ni Love ga Aru" (from My Generation)Pastel Wind 
4."Medaka no Kyōdai" (from Message)Sleepiece 
5."Ningen tte Iina" (にんげんっていいな; "Good to Be Human")Sleepiece 
6."Suimin Busoku" (from My Generation)Sleepiece 
7."Yokubari Feuille" (from Friends)Mini-Pati 
8."Miracle ♪ Patiful ♪ Hamburger" (from My Generation)Mini-Pati 
9."Doki Doki ☆ Morning" (from Message)Babymetal 
10."Science Girl ▽ Silence Boy" (from My Generation)Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica? 
11."Delta" (from My Generation)Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica? 
12."Brand New Day" (from Message)Scoopers 

Video albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak
Oricon
Music
DVD[30]
Oricon
Blu-ray[31]
Oricon
Music
Blu-ray[32]
Sakura Gakuin First Live & Documentary 2010 to 2011: Smile
(さくら学院 FIRST LIVE & DOCUMENTARY 2010 to 2011~SMILE~)
  • Released: June 27, 2012
  • Label: Amuse Soft
  • Format: DVD
53 N/A
Sakura Gakuin Sun! Matome
(さくら学院SUN! -まとめ-, 'Sakura Gakuin Sun! Summary')
  • Released: February 27, 2013
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD
165 N/A
The Road to Graduation Final: Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo Sotsugyō
(The Road to Graduation Final ~さくら学院2012年度 卒業~,
 'The Road to Graduation Final: Sakura Gakuin School Year 2012 Graduation')
  • Released: July 3, 2013
  • Label: Universal J
  • Format: DVD
31 N/A
Sakura Gakuin Festival ☆ 2013: Live Edition
(さくら学院祭☆2013年 ‐Live Edition‐)
  • Released: February 12, 2014
  • Label: Universal J Music
  • Format: DVD
31 N/A
Sakura Gakuin The Road to Graduation 2013: Kizuna
(さくら学院 The Road to Graduation 2013 ~絆~,
 'Sakura Gakuin The Road to Graduation 2013: Bond')
  • Released: July 23, 2014
  • Label: Universal J Music
  • Format: DVD
34 N/A
Sakura Gakuin The Road to Graduation 2014: Kimi ni Todoke
(さくら学院 The Road to Graduation 2014 ~君に届け~,
 'Sakura Gakuin The Road to Graduation 2014: Reaching You')
[33]
  • Released: July 7, 2015
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
8 2
The Road to Graduation 2015: Kirameki no Kakera
(The Road to Graduation 2015 ~キラメキの雫~,
 'The Road to Graduation 2015: Pieces of Sparkles')
[34]
  • Released: July 7, 2016
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
17 6
Shuoh Gakuen
(秋桜学園 合唱部, 'Shuoh Gakuen: Choral Club')[35]
  • Released: November 3, 2016
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD
N/A
The Road to Graduation 2016: Yakusoku
(The Road to Graduation 2016 ~約束~, 'The Road to Graduation 2016: Promise')[36]
  • Released: July 7, 2017
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
15 13 4
Sakura Gakuin Festival 2017
(さくら学院祭☆2017, 'Sakura Gakuin Festival ☆ 2017')[37][38][39][40]
  • Released: February 14, 2018
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
14 6 3
The Road to Graduation 2017: My Road
(The Road to Graduation 2017 ~My Road~)[41][42]
  • Released: July 7, 2018
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
17 8
Sakura Gakuin Festival 2018
(さくら学院祭☆2018, 'Sakura Gakuin Festival ☆ 2018')[43][44]
  • Released: February 14, 2019
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
6 2
The Road to Graduation 2018: Life Iro Asenai Hibi
(The Road to Graduation 2018 ~Life 色褪せない日々~,
 'The Road to Graduation 2018: Unfading Days of Life')
[45]
  • Released: July 7, 2019
  • Label: Amuse
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
10

Singles[edit]

Main group[edit]

Year Title Peak Other songs Album
Oricon
Singles
[46]
Oricon
DVD
[47]
Oricon
Music
DVD
[48]
Japan
Hot 100
[49]
2010 "Yume ni Mukatte" / "Hello! Ivy" 35 "School Days" Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
2011 "Friends"[50] Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
"Verishuvi" 29 "Sakura Hyakunin Isshu"  (さくら百人一首)
2012 "Tabidachi no Hi ni" 14 93 "Tabidachi no Hi ni" (J-Mix)
"Planet Episode 008"
"Wonderful Journey" 23 "Marshmallow-iro no Kimi to"
"Song for Smiling"
Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
2013 "My Graduation Toss" 13 "Magic Melody"
"Mezase! Super Lady"  (目指せ!スーパーレディー, 'Aim for a Super Lady!')
"Ganbare!!" 6 60 "Pumpkin Parade"
"Welcome to My Computer" (Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica?)
"Acha! Cha! Curry" (あちゃ!ちゃ!カリー, 'Oops! Tea! Curry') (Mini-Pati)
Sakura Gakuin 2013 Nendo: Kizuna
2014 "Jump Up (Chiisana Yūki)" 25 "Capsule Scope"
"Day Dream Believer" (Seniors Marina, Raura, Nene, Hinata)
"Yosōijō no Smash" (Pastel Wind)
"Heart no Hoshi" 4 3 Sakura Gakuin 2014 Nendo: Kimi ni Todoke
2015 "Aogeba Tōtoshi (from Sakura Gakuin 2014)" 4 2
"Mathematica!"[51] Sakura Gakuin 2015 Nendo: Kirameki no Kakera
"School Days (2015)"[19] "Hello! Ivy"
"Yume ni Mukatte"
2016 "Melodic Solfége"[52] Sakura Gakuin 2016 Nendo: Yakusoku

Twinklestars[edit]

Year Title Peak Other songs Album
Oricon
[53]
2010 "Dear Mr. Socrates"[54] Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
2011 "Please! Please! Please!"[55] 67 "Tenshi to Akuma" Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends

Babymetal[edit]

Year Title Peak Other songs Album
Oricon
Singles
[56]
Japan
Hot 100
[57]
2011 "Doki Doki ☆ Morning" Sakura Gakuin 2010 Nendo: Message
2012 "Babymetal × Kiba of Akiba"
(with Kiba of Akiba)[58]
46 "Party @the BBS"
"Kimi to Anime ga Mitai – Answer for Animation With You" (featuring You)
"Doki Doki ☆ Morning" (Ver. Koa)
Sakura Gakuin 2011 Nendo: Friends
"Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" 20 "Uki Uki ★ Midnight" Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation
2013 "Ijime, Dame, Zettai" 6 14 "Catch Me If You Can"
"Babymetal Death"
"Ijime, Dame, Zettai" (Nemesis ver.)
Non-album single

Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica?[edit]

Year Title Peak Other songs Album
Oricon
[59]
2012 "Science Girl ▽ Silence Boy"[60] 49 "Yume o Hodoku Riron" (ユメを解く理論, 'Theory to unwrap dreams')
"Ima Element" (with Element Girls)
Sakura Gakuin 2012 Nendo: My Generation

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist Director(s) Ref.
2010 "Yume ni Mukatte" Sakura Gakuin Takatoshi Tsuchiya [61]
"Hello! Ivy" Takatoshi Tsuchiya [62]
2011 "Message" Unknown [63]
"Dear Mr. Socrates" Twinklestars Yasuyuki Yamaguchi [64]
"Please! Please! Please!" Yasuyuki Yamaguchi [65]
"Doki Doki ☆ Morning" Babymetal Shimon Tanaka [66]
"Verishuvi" Sakura Gakuin Hideaki Fukui [67]
2012 "Tabidachi no Hi ni" Choku [68]
"Friends" Tetsurō Chiba [69]
"Pictogram" Hinata Satō and Nene Sugisaki [69]
"Iine!" Babymetal Daishinszk [70]
"Song for Smiling" Sakura Gakuin Hideaki Fukui [71]
"Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!!!" Babymetal Hidenobu Tanabe [72]
"Babymetal Death" Unknown [73]
"Wonderful Journey" Sakura Gakuin Wataru Saitou [74]
"Science Girl ▽ Silence Boy" Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica? Zumi (Soichi Nakazumi) [75]
"Ima Element" Kagaku Kyumei Kikoh Logica? with Element Girls Gaku Yamaguchi (Fiseman) [75]
"Ijime, Dame, Zettai" Babymetal Kamimetal [76]
2013 "My Graduation Toss" Sakura Gakuin Smith [77]
"Hana Hana" Zumi [78]
"Ganbare!!" Mao Muramatsu [79]
2014 "Jump Up (Chiisana Yūki)" Shoichi David Haruyama [80]
"Animal Rhythm" Zumi (Z-Cup) [81]
"Heart no Hoshi" Zumi (Z-Cup) [82]
2015 "Aogeba Tōtoshi (from Sakura Gakuin 2014)" Yasuhiro Arafune [83]
"Mathematica!" Rena Hamane [84]
"School Days" Smith [85]
2016 "Kirameki no Kakera" Yū Katsumata [84]
"Melodic Solfége" Kyotaro Hayashi [86]
2018 "My Road" Unknown [24]

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