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Characters: Hello! Project
This is the character sheet for Hello! Project. Please also list concepts that were significant to a group under it's name such as Mini Moni's member's all being short or GAM being the embodiment of She's Got Legs. Tsunku is the man who produces the vast majority of Hello! Project's music and personally oversees the auditions process.


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    Morning Musume 

Morning Musume

Morning Musume is Hello! Project's founding act and flagship group, hailing its commercial successes all the way back to 1998. The founding members were finalists in a competition to be the female vocalist for Tsunku's band, Sharan Q. The current members consist of:

  • Sayumi Michishige (leader), 6th generation
  • Mizuki Fukumura (sub-leader), 9th generation
  • Erina Ikuta, 9th generation
  • Riho Sayashi, 9th generation
  • Kanon Suzuki, 9th generation
  • Haruna Iikubo (sub-leader), 10th generation
  • Ayumi Ishida, 10th generation
  • Masaki Sato, 10th generation
  • Haruka Kudou, 10th generation
  • Sakura Oda, 11th generation

Tropes shared by Morning Musume:

  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: The lyrics in "Sexy Boy ~Soyokaze ni Yorisotte~" imply this.
  • Anti-Love Song: "Shabondama" and "Kanashimi Twilight"
  • Ascended Extra: Linlin, Mizuki Fukumura, Haruka Kudou, and Sakura Oda were originally part of Hello! Project Eggs, the trainee program in Hello! Project, prior to joining.
  • Bifauxnen: Hitomi Yoshizawa. Goes to gigantic proportions in "Mr. Moonlight ~Ai no Big Band", where Even the Girls Want Her.
    • Haruka Kudou seems to be cultivating this image in the current generation.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Ai Kago and Nozomi Tsuji in their early days.
  • Break the Cutie: Asuka Fukuda claims to have left Morning Musume because the other members bullied her due to her young age. She is the shortest lived member and the only one to completely go back to civilian life. No longer the case as she has resurfaced as part of a group called PEACE$TONE.
    • Ai Kago as a more notorious example, having been caught in two scandals after graduating from Morning Musume. The first had her suspended indefinitely from Hello! Project activities, and the second resulted in her being dismissed from Up-Front Agency altogether.
  • Break Up Song: "Onna ni Sachi Are", "Naichau Kamo"
  • Brutal Honesty: Junjun, especially when you consider how much Japanese etiquette means the Japanese have a hard time telling people things they may not want to hear.
  • But Now I Must Go: Graduations, or when members announce their departure from the group.
  • Can't Hold Her Liquor: Kaori Iida, according to a parody version of "Love Machine" she did alongside Kei Yasuda.
  • Characters as Device: Adding Junjun and Linlin was an attempt to break out in Asia.
  • Chronological Album Title: Used for all their original studio albums. In order, they are: First Time, Second Morning, 3rd LOVE Paradise, 4th Ikimasshoi!, No.5, Ai no Dai 6 Kan, Rainbow 7, SEXY 8 BEAT, Platinum 9 DISC, 10 MY ME, Fantasy! Juuichi, 12, Smart, and 13 Colorful Character.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Each member has her own official image color, used to identify their merchandise and glowsticks, for example. In concerts, the members may even have a set of costumes all in their respective colors. For the current line-up:
    • Sayumi Michishige: light pink
    • Mizuki Fukumura: hot pink
    • Erina Ikuta: yellow-green
    • Riho Sayashi: red
    • Kanon Suzuki: green
    • Haruna Iikubo: honey (yellow)
    • Ayumi Ishida: blue
    • Masaki Sato: emerald green
    • Haruka Kudo: orange
    • Sakura Oda: lavender
  • Concert Kiss: Look for performances of "Love & Peace! HERO ga Yattekita."
  • Cover Version: "Hyokkori Hyoutanjima", "Pepper Keibu", and the cover album Cover You.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Ai Takahashi's screams fit the dissonant sound side of the trope rather than outright volume. Also, Mari Yaguchi, who is just disproportionatly loud when provoked.
  • Dancing Is Serious Business: The signature dynamic of the current Morning Musume '14.
  • Darker and Edgier: After Hitomi Yoshizawa and Rika Ishikawa left Morning Musume, they became the human avatars for Hangry & Angry, punk-lolita mascots desighed by h.Naoto. Yoshizawa and Ishikawa continued to use the Tomboy and Girly Girl archetypes respectively.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Yuko Nakazawa, Kaori Iida
  • Everything's Better With Sparkles: Usually occurs in the PVs, but "One Two Three" and "Wakuteka Take a Chance" took it to new, memetic heights.
  • Evolving Music: Part of the ever-changing nature of the group's roster of members; as the line-up changes, so does the music they put out.
  • Fun Size: Mari Yaguchi is only 4'8"! This became part of her idea when she formed Mini Moni with Ai Kago and Nozomi Tsuji.
  • Gold Makes Everything Shiny: The music videos of "Onna ni Sachi Are" and "Kono Chikyuu no Heiwa wo Honki de Negatterun da yo!"
  • Greatest Hits Album: Currently the group has released one all-singles album (their first 34 singles) and two albums featuring all their singles' coupling tracks.
  • Grey Rain Of Depression: The music video of "Naichau Kamo" has the girls crying in the rain.
  • Hot-Blooded: Mari Yaguchi.
  • Identical Stranger: Ai Kago with T&C Bomber's RuRu.
  • Ill Girl: Eri Kamei graduated from Morning Musume because she had chronic health problems.
    • Aika Mitsui graduated earlier than expected because of an unhealed fracture in her foot, but still remains in Hello! Project as a whole.
  • Intercourse with You: "Iroppoi Jirettai", "Kanashimi Twilight"
  • Intergenerational Friendship: Makoto Ogawa with Hitomi Yoshikawa.
  • Jerk Ass: Part of Miki Fujimoto's appeal.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: Yuko Nakazawa, Aika Mitsui
  • Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: "Nanchatte Renai" talks about a girl who goes through a bunch of boyfriends trying to find love, but is unsuccessful.
  • Long Title:
    • Aozora ga Itsumademo Tsuzuku You na Mirai de Are! (Let the Future Be One Where the Blue Sky Lasts Forever!)
    • Ame no Furanai Hoshi de wa Aisenai Darou? (We Can't Love on a Planet With No Rain, Right?)
    • Kono Chikyuu no Heiwa wo Honki de Negatterun da yo! (I'm Really Wishing for Peace on This Earth!)
  • Love Confession: A lot of their songs, noticeably "Sakura Mankai"
  • Meaningful Name: Hitomi Yoshizawa got her name due to her beautiful eyes, her name could roughly be translated to english as "eye person".
  • Medley: Frequently performed in concerts.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Sayumi, though she's like us to believe she's an Innocent Fanservice Girl.
  • Naughty Nurse Outfit: Invoked for Hitomi Yoshizawa, but only for cuteness, here.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Yuko Nakazawa, though it's really her being a bit of a Jerk Ass mixed with Comedic Sociopathy.
  • Performance Video: "Chokkan 2 ~Nogashita Sakana wa Ookiizo!~", which features excerpts of various concert performances, and "What is LOVE?", which is a straight concert performance.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Kanon Suzuki, hardly ever seen without a big grin even while singing.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: The dresses in the music video for "Otoko to Onna no Lullaby Game", later seen on the covers of the album Fantasy! Juuichi. There will also be several of these worn as concert costumes, which are shed to reveal a more form-fitting costume underneath.
  • Promoted Fanboy: Risa Niigaki was known to be a fan of Morning Musume prior to her joining the group.
    • There's also Erina Ikuta, who as a fan of Niigaki herself, attended a fan club bus tour for Niigaki as a regular fan, going along and doing activities with the rest of the participants. Sure enough, Ikuta ended up inheriting Niigaki's yellow-green image color after the latter's graduation.
  • Pungeon Master: Kaori Iida.
  • Retail Therapy: A stanza in "Kimagure Princess" talks about the girl in the song shopping online to soothe her frustrations. Subverted when she buys too much and ends up being angry when she receives the bill.
  • Rule of Symbolism: In the video for "No Hesitation", Ai Kago starts off trying to pack a large suit case and is wearing a dress but at the lyrics "Dangling my halfhearted feelings/with big baggage over my back/I don't need things like that any more" she stops, changes her clothes for a practical t-shirt, shorts and walking boots and opts to carry a backpack.
  • Running Gag: "Kame" is Japanese for turtle so whenever one of the other members sees a turtle they'll often exclaim, "There's Eri-chan!"
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Beautiful!: Sayumi
  • Self Harm: Ai Kago during her Heroic BSOD after being fired from Hello! Project by Up-Front Agency for being photographed smoking despite already being suspended for it a year earlier. She suffered from severe depression and started cutting herself. She has even admitted to having suicidal thoughts. She has since recovered, in addition to making a comeback as a musician and actress, as well as getting married and having a daughter.
  • Sexy Secretary: Yuko Nakazawa before joining Morning Musume.
  • Signature Song: "LOVE Machine"
  • Space Station: Part of the music video of "Renai Revolution 21" takes place in a Space Station. There's also a lot of funny Space Clothes involved in the wardrobe, too.
  • Stepford Smiler: "Summer Night Town"
  • Stock Foreign Name: Junjun and Linlin.
  • Take That: After her less-than-pleasant departure from Hello! Project, Ai Kago's song "No Hesitation" has a few veiled references to her time as an idol.
  • Tall, Dark and Snarky: Kaori Iida.
  • Third-Person Person: Reina Tanaka.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Cider for Riho Sayashi.
  • Translated Cover Version: When the group starred in Cinderella The Musical in 2008, the songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein were translated into Japanese.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Makoto Ogawa and Rika Ishikawa with Hitomi Yoshikawa.

    Berryz Koubou 

Berryz Koubou

Berryz Koubou (literally "Berryz Workshop") is a regular Hello! Project act consisting of the members of Hello! Project Kids, a group of elementary school girls (not anymore). Put together in 2004, it was originally planned to rotate all the members of Hello! Project Kids, but stuck with the founding members. Prior to their debut, they were back-up dancers for W at their concerts and music videos ("Aa ii na!" and "Robo Kiss." The members consist of:

  • Saki Shimizu (captain)
  • Momoko Tsugunaga
  • Chinami Tokunaga
  • Maasa Sudou
  • Miyabi Natsuyaki (sub-captain)
  • Maiha Ishimura (left in 2005)
  • Yurina Kumai
  • Risako Sugaya

Tropes shared by Berryz Koubou:

  • A Day in the Limelight Chinami sung main once and never again... But she often receives minor vocals.
  • Anime Theme Song: Five singles featured the ending theme songs for Inazuma Eleven.
  • Badass Biker: The stylistic concept of "Ai no Dangan" features all girls in red catsuits. There's even the aforementioned bike on one of the CD covers!
  • Chronological Album Title: Used for their original studio albums. In order, they are: 1st Chou Berryz, Dai 2 Seichouki, 3 Natsu Natsu Mini Berryz, 4th Ai no Nanchara Shisuu, 5 (FIVE), 6th Otakebi Album, 7 Berryz Times, and Ai no Album 8.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Momoko's trademark hairstyle since 2011.
  • Kawaiiko: Momoko likes to project herself as this, but comes off as The Fake Cutie at times.
  • One Head Taller: Yurina is the tallest member in Hello! Project.
  • Sampling: "Jiriri Kiteru" samples Chopin's "Étude Op. 10, No. 12", known also as the "Revolutionary Étude".
  • Signature Song: "Special Generation".
  • Translated Cover Version: "Dschinghis Khan" (originally German), and "cha cha SING", "Loving you Too much", and "I like a picnic" (originally Thai).

    C-ute 

C-ute

C-ute consists of the other half of Hello! Project Kids who were not put in Berryz Koubou. They made their debut on an indies label in 2006 and entered the mainstream market in 2007. The members consist of:

  • Maimi Yajima (leader)
  • Erika Umeda (left in 2009)
  • Megumi Murakami (left in 2006)
  • Saki Nakajima
  • Airi Suzuki
  • Kanna Arihara (left in 2009)
  • Chisato Okai
  • Mai Hagiwara

Tropes shared by C-ute:

  • Adorkable: Airi
  • Anime Theme Song: "Ooki na Ai de Motenashite" was the second ending song to Kirarin Revolution.
  • Ascended Extra: Kanna Arihara was originally part of the trainee program, Hello! Project eggs, but was elected to become part of C-ute before the release of their first indie single to make the teams even, as Berryz Koubou and C-ute had eight and seven members at the time.
    • Maimi Yajima's screentime shot Up to Eleven after Megumi Murakami, the group's lead singer, left before their major label debut. A similar phenomenon happened to Chisato Okai, who had little to no solos, but her YouTube dance videos boosted her popularity to the point where she is also considered a main singer behind Maimi and Airi.
  • Break Up Song: "Namida no Iro"
  • Chronological Album Title: Used for all their original studio albums. In order, they are: Cutie Queen VOL.1, 2 mini ~Ikiru to Iu Chikara~, 3rd ~LOVE Escalation!~, 4 Akogare My STAR, Shocking 5, Chou WONDERFUL! 6, and Dainana Shou "Utsukushikutte Gomen ne".
  • Cover Version: "Shochuu Omimai Moushiagemasu"
  • The Cutie: Saki
  • Five-Man Band: Well, since three of the members have since moved on...
  • Genki Girl: Saki
  • Iconic Item: Mai Hagiwara wore sunglasses in every music video prior to C-ute's major label debut.
  • Long Title:
    • Tokai no Neon ga Odoroku Kurai no Utsukushisa ga Hoshii (I Want to Be Beautiful Enough to Overshadow the Neon Lights of the City)
  • Put on a Bus: Kanna Arihara suspended her activities when she had to get surgery on her foot and later dropped out from the group without a word. Shortly after she left, "Bye Bye Bye!" was released.
  • Unresolved Sexual Tension: If they're not singing about the excitement of love, they're singing about this.

    Buono! 

Buono!

Buono! was formed in 2008 as a one-shot unit to perform the opening song to Shugo Chara!, but became popular and was kept as a regular act. In comparison to other Hello! Project acts, they're more pop-rock-influenced in terms of their music and fashion. The current members consist of:

  • Momoko Tsugunaga (Berryz Koubou)
  • Miyabi Natsuyaki (Berryz Koubou)
  • Airi Suzuki (C-ute)

Tropes shared by Buono!:

    Hello! Project Eggs 

Hello! Project Eggs

Hello! Project Eggs is the trainee program for Hello! Project. The trainees are known as "eggs", and some of them have entered the main acts in the group themselves. The eggs consist of:

  • Kaneko Rie
  • Takagi Sayuki
  • Arai Manami
  • Miyamoto Karin
  • Tanabe Nanami
  • Nagasawa Wakana
  • Taguchi Natsumi
  • Hamaura Ayano
  • Ogawa Rena
  • Yoshihashi Kurumi
  • Ootsuka Aina
  • Mogi Minami
  • Yamaga Kanae

    Frances & Aiko (Big Missy) 

Frances & Aiko (Big Missy)

  • Frances
  • Aiko

    S/mileage 

S/mileage

S/mileage, formed in 2009, is an indies Girl Group consisting of former Hello! Project Eggs (Ayaka Wada, Kanon Fukuda, Yuuka Maeda, and Saki Ogawa) and made their record label debut in 2010. Originally consisting of four members, five auditionees were added into the group as "sub-group members", but later became integrated as "full members." The members consist of:

  • Ayaka Wada (leader)
  • Kanon Fukuda
  • Yuuka Maeda (left in 2011)
  • Saki Ogawa (left in 2011)
  • Kana Nakanishi (joined in 2011)
  • Akari Takeuchi (joined in 2011)
  • Rina Katsuta (joined in 2011)
  • Meimi Tamura (joined in 2011)
  • Fuyuka Kosuga (joined and left in 2011)

Tropes shared by S/mileage

    Juice=Juice 

Juice=Juice

Formed in early 2013, Juice=Juice is a group consisting of five girls (four of whom are Hello! Project Kenshuusei), with a "fruit" theme. They made their mainstream debut in the summer of 2013 after three successful indies singles. The members consist of:

  • Yuka Miyazaki (leader)
  • Tomoko Kanazawa (sub-leader)
  • Sayuki Takagi
  • Karin Miyamoto
  • Aina Otsuka (left in July 2013)
  • Akari Uemura

    Dream Morning Musume 

Dream Morning Musume

Dream Morning Musume, formed in 2011, is a Girl Group consisting of women who were formerly part of the original Morning Musume. They're Nostalgia Filter for the fans.

The current members consist of:

  • Yuko Nakazawa
  • Kaori Iida
  • Natsumi Abe
  • Kei Yasuda
  • Mari Yaguchi
  • Rika Ishikawa
  • Hitomi Yoshizawa
  • Makoto Ogawa
  • Miki Fujimoto
  • Koharu Kusumi

    Soloists 


Discontinued acts

The following acts listed below have either disbanded or are no longer under the Hello! Project name.

    Soloists 

    GAM 

GAM

  • Aya Matsuura
  • Miki Fujimoto

Tropes shared by GAM:

    Mini Moni 

Mini Moni

Pioneered by Morning Musume member Mari Yaguchi in 2000, Mini Moni's concept was to include all of the Token Mini-Moe members from Morning Musume under the height of 150 cms. Initially starting out with Mari Yaguchi, Nozomi Tsuji, and Ai Kago of Morning Musume, Mika Todd from Coconuts Musume was later added to the team. In 2002, Yaguchi departed from the group and elected Ai Takahashi to join, raising the height requirement to 153 cms. A fictionalized account of why Yaguchi decided to leave the group was explored in their half live-action half-animated film Mini Moni ja Movie: Okashi na Dai Bouken.

Mini Moni's kid appeal made them a hit with young children, and their songs tend to be nonsensical and educational. They've collaborated with comedian Baka Tono-sama ("Ai~n!") and appeared in Hamtaro. Following Todd's departure from the group and Kago and Tsuji leaving Morning Musume in 2004, the group disbanded.

If you're Internet-savvy, you might know them because of the Dramatic Chipmunk.

Tropes shared by Mini Moni:

     Petit Moni 

Petit Moni

The members consisted of:

  • Hitomi Yoshizawa
  • Sayaka Ichii
  • Maki Goto
  • Ayaka Kimura
  • Makoto Ogawa

    Tanpopo 

Tanpopo

    T&C Bomber 

T&C Bomber

  • Inaba Atsuko
  • Shinoda Miho
  • RuRu
  • Kominato Miwa

    Viyuden 
  • Ishikawa Rika
  • Okada Yui
  • Miyoshi Erika

    Ice Crea Musume 

Ice CreaMusume

  • Shenshen (leader)
  • Anchii
  • Peipei
  • Youko
  • Reirei
  • Guu-chan

    W 

W

W was a comprised of former Morning Musume members and friends Nozomi Tsuji and Ai Kago in 2004. Notable for their symmetrical choreography and similar heights, they could be mistaken as Single-Minded Twins. Unfortunately, their activities were suspended in 2006 after Kago made tabloids smoking underage. W ultimately disbanded when Kago was booted out of Hello! Project for dating an older man and smoking again.

Tropes shared by W:

    Coconuts Musume 

Coconuts Musume

Coconuts Musume was founded in 1998 when a group of girls singing caught the attention of Tsunku's bandmate while he was traveling in Hawaii. These girls were signed onto their agency as a companion sister group to the flapship band Hello! Project, Morning Musume, but faced line-up changes within their first years due to difficulties for some of the members adjusting in Japan. They haven't released anything since 2002, and technically disbanded in 2004, though Ayaka remained in Hello! Project carrying the group's name until 2008.

  • Mika Todd (left in 2004)
  • Ayaka Kimura
  • Danielle Delunay (left in 2001)
  • Chelsea Ching (left in 2000)
  • Lehua Sandbo (left in 2002)
  • April Barbaran (left in 2000)

  • Country Musume
    • Yanagihara Hiromi (deceased)
    • Kobayashi Azusa
    • Rinne
    • Asami
    • Miuna
    • Satoda Mai
    • Ishikawa Rika
    • Fujimoto Miki
    • Konno Asami
  • Melon Kinenbi
    • Saitou Hitomi
    • Murata Megumi
    • Ootani Masae
    • Shibata Ayumi
  • Shekidol
    • Kitagami Ami
    • Ooki Ibuki
    • Suenaga Mami
    • Arai Saki

Special Units:
  • Gomattou
    • Gotou Maki
    • Matsuura Aya
    • Fujimoto Miki
  • ROMANS
    • Yaguchi Mari
    • Saitou Hitomi
    • Ishikawa Rika
    • Kimura Ayaka
    • Satoda Mai
  • Nochura Natsumi
    • Goto Maki
    • Matsuura Aya
    • Abe Natsumi
  • Ecomoni
    • Ishikawa Rika
    • Michishige Sayumi
  • DEF.DIVA
    • Abe Natsumi
    • Gotou Maki
    • Ishikawa Rika
    • Matsuura Aya

    Kira☆Pika 

Kira☆Pika

Kira☆Pika was a sub-group comprised of Koharu Kusumi from Morning Musume and Mai Hagiwara of C-ute with the purpose of performing the ending theme songs to Kirarin Revolution. Kusumi was already portraying protagonist Kirari Tsukishima, both in voice and in person on the children's variety show Oha Star. To promote the group, Hagiwara would play a similar role as Hikaru, a Canon Foreigner designed for the show.

Tropes specific to the characters Kusumi and Hagiwara portray should be put in the Kirarin Revolution page.

Tropes shared by Kira☆Pika:

  • Athena & Robikerots
    • Niigaki Risa
    • Mitsui Aika
    • Nakajima Saki
    • Okai Chisato

    Milky Way 

Milky Way

Morning Musume's Koharu Kusumi had a huge part in Kirarin Revolution by not only supplying the theme songs, but by also playing the protagonist, Kirari Tsukishima, in voice and in person on the children morning show Oha Star. Come the end of the show, a 3D-animated sequel, Kirarin Revolution Stage 3 was created in 2008 to continue the franchise with two new Canon Foreigners, Kobeni and Noeru, as the leads. Hello! Project Eggs You Kikkawa and Sayaka Kitahara were chosen to play those roles in the same fashion Kusumi had with Kirari. After the end of Kirarin Revolution, the group disbanded.

Tropes specific to the characters Kusumi, Kikkawa, and Kitahara portray should be put in the Kirarin Revolution page.

Tropes shared by Milky Way:

    Shugo Chara! Egg 

Shugo Chara! Egg

Formed in 2008, Shugo Chara! Egg was a Girl Group consisting of four Hello! Project Eggs dedicated to performing the theme songs to Shugo Chara!. Each girl represented one of the four main Character Changes that protagonist Amu Hinamori could do. The original line-up consisted of Yuuka Maeda (Amulet Heart), Akari Saho (Amulet Spade), Kanon Fukuda (Amulet Clover), and Ayaka Wada (Amulet Diamond), but when three of these members were promoted from Egg status to form S/mileage, they had to be replaced. In Shugo Chara! Party!, the girls hosted the live-action segments of the show. The group was disbanded after the show ended in 2010.

The members consist of:

  • Yuuka Maeda as Amulet Heart (left in 2009)
  • Akari Saho as Amulet Spade
  • Kanon Fukuda as Amulet Clover (left in 2009)
  • Ayaka Wada as Amulet Diamond (left in 2009)
  • Mizuki Fukumura as Amulet Heart
  • Irori Maeda as Amulet Clover
  • Nanami Tanabe as Amulet Diamond

Tropes shared by Shugo Chara! Egg

    Guardians 4 

Guardians 4

  • Mitsui Aika
  • Nakajima Saki
  • Kumai Yurina
  • Sugaya Risako

    Shin Minimoni 

Shin Minimoni

  • Fukuda Kanon
  • Miyamoto Karin
  • Takeuchi Akari

    Aa! 

Aa!

  • Suzuki Airi
  • Natsuyaki Miyabi
  • Saho Akari

  • ZYX-a
    • Niigaki Risa
    • Tsugunaga Momoko
    • Tokunaga Chinami
    • Sudou Maasa
    • Ogawa Saki
    • Wada Ayaka

  • Pucchimoni V
    • Nakajima Saki
    • Hagiwara Mai
    • Mano Erina

  • Zoku Viyuden
    • Michishige Sayumi
    • Sugaya Risako

  • High-King
    • Takahashi Ai
    • Tanaka Reina
    • Shimizu Saki
    • Yajima Maimi
    • Maeda Yuuka

  • Tanpopo#
    • Mitsui Aika
    • Kumai Yurina
    • Okai Chisato

  • Lilpri (anime only)

Other units:
  • Ongaku Gatas
    • Yoshizawa Hitomi
    • Ishikawa Rika
    • Konno Asami
    • Satoda Mai
    • Korenaga Miki
    • Noto Arisa
    • Sengoku Minami
  • THE Possible
    • Hashimoto Aina
    • Akiyama Yurika
    • Morozuka Kanami
    • Gotou Yuki
    • Okada Robin Shouko

Former Hello! Project Eggs:
  • Ooyanagi Maho
  • Kawashima Miyuki
  • Hashida Mirei
  • Ogura Manami
  • Yutoku Ayumi
  • Mutou Mika
  • Sawada Yuri
  • Noto Arisa
  • Korenaga Miki
  • Oose Kaede
  • Hirano Tomomi
  • Aoki Erina
  • Tanaka Anri
  • Sengoku Minami
  • Kikkawa Yuu
  • Furukawa Konatsu
  • Sainen Mia
  • Mori Saki
  • Kitahara Sayaka
  • Sezaki Azusa
  • Komine Momoka
  • Satou Ayano
  • Saho Akari
  • Okai Asuna
  • Sekine Azusa
  • Maeda Irori

    SI☆NA 

SI☆NA

  • Ai Suma
  • Minami Iwashima
  • Asami Abe
  • Nana Nakayama (now a member of NMB 48)

    Shuffle Groups 

Shuffle Groups

  • Colour Groups (2000)
    • Akagumi 4 (red)
    • Kiiro 5 (Yellow)
    • Aoiro 6 (Blue)

  • Festival Groups (2001) (Matsuri is Japanese for festival)
    • 3-nin Matsuri
    • 7-nin Matsuri
    • 10-nin Matsuri

  • Happiness Groups (2002)
    • Happy 7
    • Sexy 8
    • Odoru11

  • Elemental Groups (2003)
    • Salt 5
    • 7 Air
    • 11 Water

  • One School Group (2004)
    • H.P All Stars (all 46 active members in one group)
      • All of Them: this is how much of the then active memership was involved in the group.

  • Elegance Groups (2005)
    • Elegies
    • Sexy Otonajan
    • Puripuri Pink
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