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[RANKING] The SKE48 Ranking Thread

Discussion in 'General SKE48 Discussion' started by Naomi, Jun 12, 2009.

  1. mutomu

    mutomu Upcoming Girls

    Joined:
    May 16, 2017
    Oshimen:
    Muto Tomu
    SKE48 March 2018 Ranking
    Team S

    1. Kitagawa Ryoha (-)
    2. Isshiki Rena (+1)
    3. Matsui Jurina (+3)
    4. Matsumoto Chikako (-)
    5. Nomura Miyo (-3)
    6. Inuzuka Asana (+3)
    7. Kitagawa Yoshino (+6)
    8. Machi Otoha (-3)
    9. Nojima Kano (+1)
    10. Tsuzuki Rika (-3)
    11. Kamimura Ayuka (+1)
    12. Yamauchi Suzuran (-4)
    13. Yamada Juna (-2)
    14. Sugiyama Aika (+1)
    15. Inoue Ruka (-1)
    Team KII
    1. Uchiyama Mikoto (-)
    2. Arai Yuki (-)
    3. Shirai Kotono (-)
    4. Souda Sarina (-)
    5. Takayanagi Akane (-)
    6. Takagi Yumana (-)
    7. Aoki Shiori (-)
    8. Oba Mina (+2)
    9. Yahagi Yukina (+4)
    10. Ota Ayaka (-1)
    11. Kataoka Narumi (+1)
    12. Obata Yuna (-1)
    13. Furuhata Nao (-5)
    14. Takeuchi Saki (+2)
    15. Ego Yuna (+2)
    16. Kitano Ruka (+3)
    17. Hidaka Yuzuki (-2)
    18. Takatsuka Natsuki (-4)
    19. Mizuno Airi (-1)
    20. Matsumura Kaori (-)
    Team E
    1. Goto Rara (-)
    2. Suda Akari (-)
    3. Tani Marika (-)
    4. Takahata Yuki (-)
    5. Suenaga Oka (-)
    6. Kamata Natsuki (+2)
    7. Ichino Narumi (+3)
    8. Saito Makiko (-1)
    9. Sugawara Maya (-3)
    10. Fukushi Nao (+1)
    11. Asai Yuka (+1)
    12. Kumazaki Haruka (-3)
    13. Ida Reona (+1)
    14. Sato Kaho (-1)
    15. Aikawa Honoka (-)
    Kenkyuusei
    1. Wada Aina (-)
    2. Okada Miku (-)
    3. Morihira Riko (-)
    4. Atsumi Ayaha (-)
    5. Ishikawa Saki (+4)
    6. Ishiguro Yuzuki (-1)
    7. Sakamoto Marin (-1)
    8. Fukai Negai (-)
    9. Oshiba Rinka (-2)
    10. Kurashima Ami (+1)
    11. Nonogaki Miki (+1)
    12. Shirayuki Kohaku (-2)
    13. Nakamura Izumi (-)
    Draft Kenkyuusei
    1. Hirata Shiina
    2. Otani Yuuki
    3. Nishi Marina
    4. Nakano Airi
    5. Kouzuma Honoka
     
  2. mutomu

    mutomu Upcoming Girls

    Joined:
    May 16, 2017
    Oshimen:
    Muto Tomu
    SKE48 A-Side Songs Ranking
    1. Kin no Ai, Gin no Ai (2016)
    2. 12gatsu no Kangaroo (2014)
    3. Tsuyokimono yo (2009)
    4. Oki Doki (2011)
    5. Mirai to wa? (2014)
    6. Maenomeri (2015)
    7. Muishiki no Iro (2018)
    8. Utsukushii Inazuma (2013)
    9. Kataomoi Finally (2012)
    10. Gomen ne, SUMMER (2010)
    11. Pareo wa Emerald (2011)
    12. Sansei Kawaii! (2013)
    13. Coquettish Juutai Chuu (2015)
    14. Bukiyou Taiyou (2014)
    15. Igai ni Mango (2017)
    16. Choco no Dorei (2013)
    17. Aishiteraburu! (2012)
    18. Kiss Datte Hidarikiki (2012)
    19. Aozora Kataomoi (2010)
    20. 1!2!3!4! YOROSHIKU! (2010)
    21. Chicken LINE (2016)
    22. Banzai Venus (2011)
     
  3. mutomu

    mutomu Upcoming Girls

    Joined:
    May 16, 2017
    Oshimen:
    Muto Tomu
    SKE48 April 2018 Ranking
    Team S

    1. Kitagawa Ryoha (-)
    2. Matsumoto Chikako (+2)
    3. Isshiki Rena (-1)
    4. Matsui Jurina (-1)
    5. Nomura Miyo (-)
    6. Kitagawa Yoshino (+1)
    7. Inuzuka Asana (-1)
    8. Machi Otoha (-)
    9. Inoue Ruka (+6)
    10. Tsuzuki Rika (-)
    11. Nojima Kano (-2)
    12. Yamauchi Suzuran (-)
    13. Sugiyama Aika (+1)
    14. Yamada Juna (-1)
    15. Kamimura Ayuka (-4)
    Team KII
    1. Uchiyama Mikoto (-)
    2. Arai Yuki (-)
    3. Shirai Kotono (-)
    4. Souda Sarina (-)
    5. Takayanagi Akane (-)
    6. Takagi Yumana (-)
    7. Aoki Shiori (-)
    8. Yahagi Yukina (+1)
    9. Takatsuka Natsuki (+9)
    10. Obata Yuna (+2)
    11. Oba Mina (-3)
    12. Furuhata Nao (+1)
    13. Kitano Ruka (+3)
    14. Mizuno Airi (+5)
    15. Takeuchi Saki (-1)
    16. Kataoka Narumi (-5)
    17. Ego Yuna (-2)
    18. Hidaka Yuzuki (-1)
    19. Ota Ayaka (-9)
    20. Matsumura Kaori (-)
    Team E
    1. Goto Rara (-)
    2. Suda Akari (-)
    3. Tani Marika (-)
    4. Takahata Yuki (-)
    5. Kamata Natsuki (+1)
    6. Suenaga Oka (-1)
    7. Sugawara Maya (+2)
    8. Saito Makiko (-)
    9. Ida Reona (+4)
    10. Kumazaki Haruka (+2)
    11. Fukushi Nao (-1)
    12. Asai Yuka (-1)
    13. Sato Kaho (+1)
    14. Aikawa Honoka (+1)
    Kenkyuusei
    1. Wada Aina (-)
    2. Okada Miku (-)
    3. Morihira Riko (-)
    4. Atsumi Ayaha (-)
    5. Sakamoto Marin (+2)
    6. Ishikawa Saki (-1)
    7. Nonogaki Miki (+4)
    8. Otani Yuuki (NEW)
    9. Fukai Negai (-1)
    10. Oshiba Rinka (-1)
    11. Ishiguro Yuzuki (-5)
    12. Hirata Shiina (NEW)
    13. Nakamura Izumi (-)
    14. Kurashima Ami (-4)
    15. Shirayuki Kohaku (-3)
    16. Nakano Airi (NEW)
    17. Kozuma Honoka (NEW)
    18. Nishi Marina (NEW)
     
  4. Renappon

    Renappon Kenkyuusei

    Joined:
    Aug 7, 2015
    Oshimen:
    yabukinako
    SKE48 May 2018 Ranking

    01. Goto Rara (=)

    02. Kitagawa Ryoha (=)
    03. Sakamoto Marin (+2)
    04. Obata Yuna (-1)
    05. Nomura Miyo (-1)
    06. Isshiki Rena (+1)
    07. Sugawara Maya (-1)

    08. Kurashima Ami (+5)
    09. Morihira Riko (=)
    10. Kozuma Honoka (NEW)
    11. Nojima Kano (-1)
    12. Nishi Marina (NEW)
    13. Ishiguro Yuzuki (-1)
    14. Asai Yuka (-3)
    15. Suenaga Oka (NEW)
    16. Sato Kaho (-2)

    OUT: Inoue Ruka (#8), Machi Otoha (#15), Mizuno Airi (#16)
     
  5. mutomu

    mutomu Upcoming Girls

    Joined:
    May 16, 2017
    Oshimen:
    Muto Tomu
    SKE48 Instagram Followers Ranking
    Team S

    1. Matsui Jurina (134,376)
    2. Kitagawa Ryoha (45,781)
    3. Yamauchi Suzuran (25,669)
    4. Matsumoto Chikako (12,895)
    5. Nojima Kano (10,998)
    6. Yamada Juna (10,226)
    7. Inuzuka Asana (8,752)
    8. Nomura Miyo (8,751) (only different by 1 followers)
    9. Inoue Ruka (8,691)
    10. Kamimura Ayuka (8,573)
    11. Nakamura Izumi (8,019)
    12. Isshiki Rena (7,934)
    13. Sakamoto Marin (7,838)
    14. Sugiyama Aika (6,889)
    15. Kitagawa Yoshino (6,722)
    16. Okada Miku (6,580)
    17. Machi Otoha (6,444)
    18. Tsuzuki Rika (2,213)
    Team KII (Yukina only has twitter account)
    1. Oba Mina (48,765)
    2. Furuhata Nao (37,046)
    3. Obata Yuna (29,634)
    4. Takayanagi Akane (29,225)
    5. Ego Yuna (24,199)
    6. Matsumura Kaori (18,177)
    7. Kitano Ruka (17,505)
    8. Souda Sarina (17,150)
    9. Takeuchi Saki (16,133)
    10. Hidaka Yuzuki (14,060)
    11. Arai Yuki (13,949)
    12. Aoki Shiori (12,164)
    13. Takagi Yumana (10,740)
    14. Uchiyama Mikoto (9,891)
    15. Shirai Kotono (8,987)
    16. Ota Ayaka (8,762)
    17. Mizuno Airi (8,670)
    18. Oshiba Rinka (5,127)
    19. Kataoka Narumi (4,962)
    Team E (Honono, Amichan only have twitter account)
    1. Suda Akari (40,693)
    2. Tani Marika (25,127)
    3. Goto Rara (23,555)
    4. Kumazaki Haruka (22,498)
    5. Saito Makiko (18,282)
    6. Kamata Natsuki (17,406)
    7. Sugawara Maya (15,650)
    8. Takahata Yuki (12,426)
    9. Fukushi Nao (12,128)
    10. Suenaga Oka (10,114)
    11. Asai Yuka (9,503)
    12. Ida Reona (9,448)
    13. Nonogaki Miki (7,638)
    14. Shirayuki Kohaku (6,885)
    15. Sato Kaho (6,403)
    Top 16
    1. Matsui Jurina (134,376)
    2. Oba Mina (48,765)
    3. Kitagawa Ryoha (45,781)
    4. Suda Akari (40,693)
    5. Furuhata Nao (37,046)
    6. Obata Yuna (29,634)
    7. Takayanagi Akane (29,225)
    8. Yamauchi Suzuran (25,669)
    9. Tani Marika (25,127)
    10. Ego Yuna (24,199)
    11. Goto Rara (23,555)
    12. Kumazaki Haruka (22,498)
    13. Saito Makiko (18,282)
    14. Matsumura Kaori (18,177)
    15. Kitano Ruka (17,505)
    16. Kamata Natsuki (17,406)
     
  6. mutomu

    mutomu Upcoming Girls

    Joined:
    May 16, 2017
    Oshimen:
    Muto Tomu
    SKE48 Twitter Followers Ranking
    Team S

    1. Matsui Jurina (238,965)
    2. Yamauchi Suzuran (208,141)
    3. Kitagawa Ryoha (73,390)
    4. Inuzuka Asana (26,637)
    5. Tsuzuki Rika (26,065)
    6. Matsumoto Chikako (20,462)
    7. Yamada Juna (18,370)
    8. Nojima Kano (16,212)
    9. Isshiki Rena (15,990)
    10. Nomura Miyo (15,875)
    11. Machi Otoha (14,628)
    12. Kamimura Ayuka (14,596)
    13. Inoue Ruka (14,208)
    14. Nakamura Izumi (13,639)
    15. Okada Miku (12,384)
    16. Sugiyama Aika (12,200)
    17. Kitagawa Yoshino (9,717)
    18. Sakamoto Marin (9,495)
    Team KII
    1. Oba Mina (372,035)
    2. Takayanagi Akane (167,925)
    3. Matsumura Kaori (80,168)
    4. Furuhata Nao (77,233)
    5. Souda Sarina (61,201)
    6. Obata Yuna (55,905)
    7. Hidaka Yuzuki (55,881)
    8. Aoki Shiori (48,070)
    9. Ego Yuna (41,539)
    10. Uchiyama Mikoto (31,498)
    11. Kitano Ruka (31,218)
    12. Takagi Yumana (28,894)
    13. Takeuchi Saki (25,318)
    14. Arai Yuki (23,277)
    15. Ota Ayaka (18,577)
    16. Mizuno Airi (17,932)
    17. Yahagi Yukina (16,497)
    18. Shirai Kotono (15,749)
    19. Kataoka Narumi (11,971)
    20. Oshiba Rinka (10,012)
    Team E
    1. Suda Akari (127,363)
    2. Saito Makiko (81,762)
    3. Tani Marika (79,126)
    4. Kamata Natsuki (62,325)
    5. Kumazaki Haruka (56,514)
    6. Goto Rara (48,566)
    7. Sugawara Maya (26,212)
    8. Fukushi Nao (22,573)
    9. Takahata Yuki (22,157)
    10. Sato Kaho (18,169)
    11. Asai Yuka (16,631)
    12. Ida Reona (15,962)
    13. Suenaga Oka (15,321)
    14. Shirayuki Kohaku (11,125)
    15. Kurashima Ami (10,678)
    16. Nonogaki Miki (10,632)
    17. Aikawa Honoka (6,673)
    Kenkyuusei
    1. Ishikawa Saki (10,033)
    2. Fukai Negai (9,790)
    3. Ishiguro Yuzuki (9,691)
    4. Morihira Riko (8,926)
    5. Wada Aina (6,048)
    Top 16
    1. Oba Mina (372,035)
    2. Matsui Jurina (238,965)
    3. Yamauchi Suzuran (208,141)
    4. Takayanagi Akane (167,925)
    5. Suda Akari (127,363)
    6. Saito Makiko (81,762)
    7. Matsumura Kaori (80,168)
    8. Tani Marika (79,126)
    9. Furuhata Nao (77,233)
    10. Kitagawa Ryoha (73,390)
    11. Kamata Natsuki (62,325)
    12. Souda Sarina (61,201)
    13. Kumazaki Haruka (56,514)
    14. Obata Yuna (55,905)
    15. Hidaka Yuzuki (55,881)
    16. Goto Rara (48,566)
    Not surprised that most of Top 16 are senior members + push member (Yunana & Lala)
     
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  7. Nory

    Nory Kenkyuusei

    Joined:
    Aug 17, 2014
    Oshimen:
    Tsuzuki Rika
    Twitter:
    Crown_21st
    @mutomu twitter followers ranking is a great idea tbh, thanks! i hope you keep it updated.
    I can see who represents a bigger interest for the fans. Look at the difference between Kitagawa Ryoha and Inuzuka Asana/Tsuzuki Rika or Churi/Kaotan pair

    This is my first ranking on the forum (not sure tho)

    My Senbatsu:

    1. Tsuzuki Rika
    2. Kamimura Ayuka
    3. Machi Otoha
    4. Uchiyama Mikoto
    5. Goto Rara
    6. Inuzuka Asana
    7. Takagi Yumana
    8. Ida Reona
    9. Tani Marika
    10. Isshiki Rena
    11. Shirai Kotono
    12. Arai Yuki
    13. Aoki Shiori
    14. Kitagawa Ryoha
    15. Aikawa Honoka
    16. Ishikawa Saki

    Tbh i'm surprised there are so many girls from team KII and i really thought there would be a lot more girls from team S. Since i stopped watching LODs, my main way to get to know the girls are through their social media, showroom, blogs and youtube vids.
     
  8. mutomu

    mutomu Upcoming Girls

    Joined:
    May 16, 2017
    Oshimen:
    Muto Tomu
    SKE48 May 2018 Ranking
    Team S

    1. Kitagawa Ryoha
    2. Matsumoto Chikako
    3. Isshiki Rena
    4. Inuzuka Asana
    5. Nomura Miyo
    6. Kitagawa Yoshino
    7. Machi Otoha
    8. Nojima Kano
    9. Tsuzuki Rika
    10. Okada Miku
    11. Sugiyama Aika
    12. Inoue Ruka
    13. Matsui Jurina
    14. Yamauchi Suzuran
    15. Sakamoto Marin
    16. Yamada Juna
    17. Nakamura Izumi
    18. Kamimura Ayuka
    Team KII
    1. Uchiyama Mikoto
    2. Arai Yuki
    3. Shirai Kotono
    4. Souda Sarina
    5. Takayanagi Akane
    6. Takagi Yumana
    7. Aoki Shiori
    8. Yahagi Yukina
    9. Oba Mina
    10. Obata Yuna
    11. Furuhata Nao
    12. Takeuchi Saki
    13. Ota Ayaka
    14. Mizuno Airi
    15. Kitano Ruka
    16. Kataoka Narumi
    17. Hidaka Yuzuki
    18. Oshiba Rinka
    19. Ego Yuna
    20. Matsumura Kaori
    Team E
    1. Goto Rara
    2. Suda Akari
    3. Tani Marika
    4. Takahata Yuki
    5. Kamata Natsuki
    6. Suenaga Oka
    7. Ida Reona
    8. Kumazaki Haruka
    9. Sugawara Maya
    10. Fukushi Nao
    11. Shirayuki Kohaku
    12. Nonogaki Miki
    13. Saito Makiko
    14. Asai Yuka
    15. Kurashima Ami
    16. Aikawa Honoka
    17. Sato Kaho
    Kenkyuusei
    1. Wada Aina
    2. Morihira Riko
    3. Hirata Shiina
    4. Atsumi Ayaha
    5. Otani Yuki
    6. Fukai Negai
    7. Ishikawa Saki
    8. Nakano Airi
    9. Ishiguro Yuzuki
    10. Kozuma Honoka
    11. Nishi Marina
     
  9. jaylitt

    jaylitt Kenkyuusei

    Joined:
    Sep 7, 2015
    Location:
    Aichi
    Oshimen:
    sugawaramaya
    Twitter:
    nickjaylitt
    I’m not really a fan of posting rankings since they always change and people usually care about where their favourite members are and get angry if they are near the bottom. I felt like writing something so I thought I’d rank the top five members who have impressed me the most since I’ve been attending events and say why. The members here aren’t my top five members, but they are all members I like a lot.

    Let me start off by saying that Takayanagi Akane has kept on impressing me thanks to her enthusiasm and fun events, but I had already been used to such a high standard that she doesn’t really fit here, since I wasn’t very emotionally invested in these other members before coming.

    If Shibata Aya were still a member she’d make it in. Although I only had about thirty seconds to talk to her back in November it was one of the best (if not the best) experiences I had talking with a (ex)member.

    Fukushi Nao / Sato Kaho

    I don’t have much to say for either member, but ever since I have been going to Team E stages I’ve started to like these two members quite a bit. They’ve been in every performance I attended and I found that they really add to the atmosphere of the stage. I look forward to their MCs so much that I can’t imagine the stage without them.

    Donchan makes me laugh so much each stage that I always vote for her as my MC MVP. I appreciate her as the vice-captain of the team, as I think she handles the role well and is pretty sincere in her role. You can tell she means what she says. She also always says bye to me, so that has to count for something!

    As for Satokaho, I was not a big fan initially. She just isn’t my type of idol; I tend to not follow the gravure or flirty types. I’ve discovered that I really like her as a part of Team E. Her sense of humour fits well with the team and she clearly meshes well with the members. Like Donchan she always greets me, so that’s always going to get some bonus points.

    Furuhata Nao

    Being a fan of KII I always thought of Nao as being one of the best performers in the group. After having attended several KII theatres and concerts I have seen the light and she has firmly established herself as the best performer in the group for me. Her facial expressions, body language, gestures, and mannerisms are the [insert positive superlative]. I hadn’t realized the extent of how good she is at performing until I could see her in the theatre, contrasting her to the other girls, and noticing how easily she puts me in a trance. It’s remarkable how quickly she switches out of this goddess-performer mode when the MCs kick in. I had the pleasure of hearing her sing live during the Laguna concert, which was quite an experience. She isn’t on the level as someone we’d consider to be a truly great singer, but having been accustomed to terrible live singing, having someone sing well is a welcome change to say the least, and only served to deepen my respect for her. Of course all of this is obvious to a casual observer who didn’t have the chance to go to theatres such as myself, but seeing her live is a wholly different experience.

    Nomura Miyo

    I first saw Miyomaru at SKE48’s ninth anniversary during some sales. I barely knew her at the time and I wasn’t interested at all. She was cute but I’m not into the younger members. A month later I got into my first theatre for the kenkyuusei. Several members impressed me a lot: Yokonyan, Miyo, and Izurin. While Yokonyan is the best performer in the eighth generation, I was surprised by Miyo’s power of expression. She performed very well, especially during Blue Rose. The other two I mentioned overshadowed her during this particular theatre, but I got to see her again in January when I went to Tokyo for a mini handshake event. She is probably the wittiest member I’ve talked to. She is funny, an extremely good talker, and teases you. She will come up with the topics and makes the conversation as natural as possible. I went back to handshake her in April (last month) and she was witty as always. I’m also a fan of her arrogant personality and I love how much of a bad loser she is. I’m not interested in supporting her like I do some other members, but I like her character and will keep going to her handshakes since I find they are worth the money. This might be heretical but some aspects of her remind me of Ayachan, which can only be a good thing.

    Kumazaki Haruka

    I mentioned that Nao is the best member in terms of performance, but Kumachan is my favourite performer. She bears a lot of passion that resembles that of Nao’s, but hers is one that feels more humane and relatable when contrasted to the feeling I get when watching Nao, namely that of watching something so sacred it must be enjoyed from a distance. She is able to blend a mixture of passion and control, which results in a product that invites you to partake in the experience – in a different manner from the unbridled enthusiasm Akarin shows (or used to show). This is most noticeable when she performs Oteage Lullaby: she is able to express some of that serious side which Makiko brings out to its fullest, while retaining a degree of proximity to the crowd. You don’t feel like she is miles away on the stage; she brings you closer to it.

    I’ve long thought of Takagi Yumana as being the member who exemplified warmth and kindness the most, but Kumachan has become close. Part of an idol’s job is to appeal to fans and many of them wave to fans and try to give their fans a form of personal interaction even when denied proximity, such as pointing to the fan during the performance or looking at them. Kumachan appeals to her fans maybe the most in Team E, taking small gaps between movements of some songs to do so. (Of course only during songs which permit this behaviour.)

    One expects idols to go out of their way to appeal to fans (in the manner they choose), and you often hear people criticize idols for being fake. I probably won’t convince you, but I truly believe that Kumachan is one of those girls who is really doing what she does out of love. She might go out of her way to appeal and bring you happiness, but I can’t sense an ounce of fakeness or cynicism. She has always said bye to me at the end of each Team E theatre. I think most Team E members know my face by now. When I’m leaving the theatre Kuma is always the most vocal apart from Maya. Members like Kaho or Tani love to shout at me and say things in English, but there’s something about the way Kumachan says bye which is just so genuine. I haven’t been to a handshake with her yet, so I realize this is a rather small thing to analyze and make a claim about her.

    Sugawara Maya

    Unexpected, I know. I saw a poll the other day asking if it was more fun to be a DD or to support a single member. The results of the poll were quite heavily skewed towards the DD option. I can definitely see why that would be the case and some part of me wonders if I would be better off as one. I also don’t only support a single member, but my main reasoning for why I support Maya is that I feel that it is an intensely rewarding experience.

    Of course, you can experience this while supporting multiple members. I have difficulty experiencing that however, since I have limited time to devote and find myself enjoying the experience if I fully dive in and support a member the hardest that I can. I’ve talked a lot about why I like Maya elsewhere, so I won’t go into detail here. I’ll just list the obvious things: her handshakes are a lot of fun, I have a lot of opportunities to see her at other events, it’s fun to see her improve on radio shows and theatre performances, and I’ve rediscovered a passion for the hobby through her. To sum it up I feel a connection whenever I see her, and every event adds to it. It sounds silly to say, but her waving at me at every event is nice, and she always mentioned some of my comments. Having that kind of interaction has really sold me on her. Things have been going very well for her ever since I became a fan, so it feels like I am part of a special moment, which feels good in its own way.

    While I do feel some regret and guilt for Churi, I still support her in the same way I used to. The harsh truth is that I just have more fun at Maya’s events. It’s really frightening in a way how Maya has eclipsed everyone for me. I supported only Churi for about four years and never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined myself supporting another member while Churi was still in the group, not to mention one in another team altogether whom I didn’t know much about. But here I am! And what a ride it has been and will continue to be.
     
  10. Doraleous

    Doraleous Kenkyuusei

    Joined:
    Apr 3, 2019
    Oshimen:
    Matsuoka Hana
    1. Takahata Yuki
    2. Hirata Shiina
    3. Nakano Airi
    4. Aoki Shiori
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