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==Information==
 
==Information==

Revision as of 02:41, 16 May 2022

Nogizaka46 promoting "Actually..." (2022)

Nogizaka46 (乃木坂46) is a Japanese pop idol group produced by Akimoto Yasushi. They were first introduced as AKB48's "official rivals".

Members

Nogizaka46 promoting "Oide Shampoo" (2012)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Barrette" (2013)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Kizuitara Kataomoi" (2014)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Ima, Hanashitai Dareka ga Iru" (2015)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Sayonara no Imi" (2016)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Nigemizu" (2017)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Jikochuu de Ikou!" (2018)

Names that are italicized denote that the member has announced their graduation. Names in bold denote captain.

First Generation

Second Generation

Third Generation

Fourth Generation

Fifth Generation

Former Members

Information

At the end of 2011, Akimoto Yasushi decided to start a new idol group to challenge AKB48. Named after the Sony Nogizaka Building in Tokyo, and with the number 46 to 'Challenge AKB even with fewer members,' Nogizaka46 was created.

The early stages of their development were documented on a TV show called Nogizaka tte Doko? and the group debuted with their first single "Guruguru Curtain" in February 2012. However, before their debut, two members withdrew, Yoshimoto Ayaka and Yamamoto Honoka.

Later in 2012, they released their second single "Oide Shampoo". Due to poor reception, the choreography and costuming was changed shortly before release. Around the same time, they also announced plans for an audition for their second generation members.

Discography

Nogizaka46 promoting "Sing Out!" (2019)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Shiawase no Hogoshoku" (2020)
Nogizaka46 promoting "Gomen ne Fingers crossed" (2021)

Albums

Best Albums

Other Albums

Singles

Digital Singles

Video Releases

Concerts / Live
Music Video Collection
Documentary
Musical

Compilations / Other

Awards

External Links