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Hime Kyun Fruit Can

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Hime Kyun Fruit Can promoting "TEAR DROPS" (2015)

Hime Kyun Fruit Can (ひめキュンフルーツ缶), also written as Himekyun Fruits Kan, is a Japanese pop and punk-pop girl group from the Ehime Prefecture. An audition was set up in 2010 and later that year the group was revealed. They made their debut in 2011 with the single "Renai Energy Hoson no Housoku". All members have their own assigned fruit.

Members

Former Members

  • Komiyama Erika (小宮山えりか, graduated September 2010)
  • Hasebe Moeka (長谷部萌香, graduated November 2011) (Passionfruit)
  • Abe Ayumi (阿部愛友実, graduated March 31, 2012) (Pineapple)
  • Watanabe Emina (渡部恵美奈, graduated March 31, 2012) (Banana)

Information

Hime Kyun Fruit Can as Barikyun!! promoting "Koi no BRKN!!" (2015)

In 2010, girls from 10-20 years old were welcome to audition for a new idol group based in Ehime where they would revitalize the prefecture. 14 successful applicants were picked in August of that same year, and they were divided into two groups of 7. One would make Hime Kyun Fruit Can, while the other would be Hina Kyun Fruit Can, a trainee group. Two of the trainees from Hina Kyun, Tanio Sakurako and Kikuhara Yuria, ended up being promoted to Hime Kyun, and about two months or less after the group’s formation, Komiyama Erika graduated from the group in September of 2010.

In March of 2011, their debut single "Renai Energy Hoson no Housoku" hit stores nationwide and managed to acquire the #1 spot on the Oricon Indies Charts. During the months of May and June, Hina Kyun trainees Yamaoka Rin, Kawabata Manami and Tanaka Sahara graduated from the group. The remaining trainee Ohara Ayu and new trainee Kadota Mayu joined together to form nanoCUNE, Hina Kyun’s new trainee sister group. Hime Kyun have many regular TV program appearances and commercials, and participated in a number of local events.

In May 2013 it was announced that they would make their major debut under Tokuma Japan in August 2013.

Discography

Hime Kyun Fruit Can promoting "Paradigm" (2014)
Hime Kyun Fruit Can promoting "Killer Tune" (2013)
Hime Kyun Fruit Can promoting "Tatoeba no Monster" (2012)

Albums

Mini-Albums

Best Albums

Singles

Concert DVDs

Compilations / Other

Photobooks

Hime Kyun Shashinkan

  • [2011.04.04] Hime Kyun Shashinkan (ひめキュン写真缶)

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