AKB48 (derived from Akihabara 48) is a female Japanese idol group produced by Akimoto Yasushi. They have their own theater in Akihabara (a district in Tokyo) where they perform regularly. The concept of the group is "idols you can meet". Currently, they hold the record of having the highest overall single sales (of a female group) on the Oricon charts.
- 1 History
- 2 Members
- 2.1 Current Team Members
- 2.2 Former Members
- 2.3 Soloists
- 2.4 Units
- 2.5 One-Shot Units
- 2.6 Single Units
- 2.7 Former Member Units
- 2.8 Former Units
- 2.9 Baragumi and Yurigumi
- 3 AKB48 Senbatsu Events
- 4 Discography
- 5 Stages
- 6 Publications
- 7 Collectibles
- 8 Filmography
- 9 Works
- 10 Timeline
- 11 AKB48 Group
- 12 External Links
2005 - 2006: Theater Debut and Indies Era
In July 2005, renown producer Yasushi Akimoto held an audition for a new theater based idol girl group. Of the 7,924 girls that applied, 45 passed the first round of auditions, detailed screening of the application documents. Finally, only 24 girls were chosen to be in the group. In November, the selected girls went through an extensive one month training program.
On December 1st, the AKB48 Theater had its grand opening. On December 8, 2005, the group held its first public show in the theater with only 20 girls, later known as Team A. The team consisted of:
Itano Tomomi, Kawasaki Nozomi, Kojima Haruna, Komatani Hitomi, Maeda Atsuko, Masuyama Kayano, Minegishi Minami, Nakanishi Rina, Narita Risa, Ohe Tomomi, Oshima Mai, Sato Yukari, Takahashi Minami, Tojima Hana, Usami Yuki, Orii Ayumi, Hoshino Michiru, Urano Kazumi, Watanabe Shiho, and Hirajima Natsumi
A second audition was soon announced, and was held in cooperation with Japanese telecom company NTT DoCoMo. It was the first audition ever where the applicants had to send in their audition video with their mobile phones.
In January 2006, three months before Team K was formed, Akimoto let Shinoda Mariko join the group as part of Team A. Failing the first generation audition, she didn't give up her dreams and worked as a waitress in a cafe in the same building and on the same floor as the the AKB48 theater. Through customer's feedback and Akimoto's challenge, she was able to join the group and is only person to be referred as generation 1.5.
19 of the 11,892 applicants who participated in the second audition were chosen to join AKB48, but in the end only 17 girls joined the group to become Team K in April 2006. They were:
Akimoto Sayaka, Umeda Ayaka, Oshima Yuko, Ohori Megumi, Oku Manami, Ono Erena, Kasai Tomomi, Kobayashi Kana, Sato Natsuki, Noro Kayo, Hayano Kaoru, Masuda Yuka, Matsubara Natsumi, Miyazawa Sae, Imai Yu, Uemura Ayako, and Takada Ayana.
On April 1, 2006, Team K started performing at the AKB48 theater.
AKB48 released its debut single Sakura no Hanabiratachi in February 2006, which made it to #10 on Oricon charts and sold 22,011 units in its first week - a surprisingly high rank for a group on an indies label.
In March of 2006, Usami Yuki of Team A became the first girl to graduate from the group.
2006 - 2008: Major Label Debut and DefSTAR Records Era
In August 2006, AKB48 signed a major label contract with DefSTAR Records, a part of Sony Music Entertainment. Their first single under DefSTAR Records, Aitakatta, was released on October 25, 2006 and reached #12 on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart.
In October 2006, a third audition was announced, resulting in the arrival of 13 new members forming Team B in December 2006. The selected girls were:
On November 3rd & 4th, 2006, AKB48 performed their first concert AKB48 First Concert "Aitakatta ~Hashira wa Nai ze!~ at Nippon Seinenkan in Sendagaya, Shinjuku.
In December 2006, the first change was made to the three teams, transferring Kazumi Urano, Shiho Watanabe, and Natsumi Hirajima from Team A to Team B as supporting members. Orii Ayumi graduated from the group shortly after this.
On January 31st, 2007, AKB48's fourth single (second under DefSTAR Records) Seifuku ga Jama wo Suru was released; reaching #7 on Oricon charts. There has been speculation that the PV and lyrics to this song are an allusion to enjo kosai - voluntary underage prostitution - though this has not been confirmed. Their next single, Keibetsu Shiteita Aijou, featured a theme of bullying and suicide throughout the lyrics and PV. To promote the singles, AKB48 went on their second concert tour, AKB48 Haru no Chotto dake Zenkoku Tour ~Madamada daze AKB48!~ which began on March 10, 2007.
On New Years Day 2008, AKB48 released their first studio album, SET LIST ~Greatest Songs 2006-2007~. The compilation album included all of the group's singles up until their sixth, Yuuhi wo Miteiru ka?. Team K member Ohori Megumi (now in SDN48) became the first member to have a solo cover on one of AKB48's CD releases. She appeared exclusively on the cover of the Limited Edition of the album. The album managed to reach #3 on the Oricon Weekly Album charts.
In February 2008, AKB48 re-released their first indies single, changing the title to Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008. This would turn out to be their last release under the DefSTAR Records label. A spring concert was initially announced. Fans who bought a copy of Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008 at the theater would be given a random poster featuring one of the girls. If a fan collected all 44 types of the posters, they would be entered in a lottery to win tickets for their spring concert. The concert was later canceled because this violated a Japanese anti-monopoly law.
In August 2008, Team B member Kikuchi Ayaka was fired after pictures of her with a boy surfaced. Fans requested a second chance for her. In the end, she had to audition again and was readmitted as a Research Student.
2008 - 2010: KING RECORDS
On October 2008, the group signed with KING RECORDS under the You, Be Cool! sublabel, and released their 10th single titled Oogoe Diamond featuring Matsui Jurina of the just newly formed SKE48 on the CD cover. In that same month, at the final performance of A4 Revival, original members Ohe Tomomi, Komatani Hitomi, Tojima Hana, Nakanishi Rina and Narita Risa announced their graduation simultaneously. Their graduation took place at AKB48's NHK Shuffle Concert on November 23, 2008.
On April 26, 2009, AKB48 introduced a new event, the Senbatsu Election. Fans could make their voices heard by voting for their favorite AKB48 or SKE48 member to participate in the group's upcoming single. The 1st Senbatsu Election was held on July 8th, with the top 21 forming the single Senbatsu and members ranked 22nd-30th forming a new unit, Under Girls. The top three members were Maeda Atsuko, Oshima Yuko, and Shinoda Mariko. The group released their 13th single, "Iiwake Maybe," performed by the ranking members.
From August 22-23, 2009, AKB48 and SKE48 performed a concert at the famous Japanese stadium, the Nippon Budokan. At the end of the concert a new formation of AKB48 was announced, shuffling members from all teams. Each team was also assigned a captain; Takahashi Minami was to lead Team A, Akimoto Sayaka was to lead Team K, and Kashiwagi Yuki would become the leader of Team B. 4 of the group's oldest members, Ohori Megumi, Noro Kayo, Urano Kazumi, and Sato Yukari were transferred into the newly announced mature group named SDN48 (Saturday Night 48).
In October 21, 2009, AKB48 released the single RIVER which became the first AKB48 single to reach #1 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart. It became the second best selling female single of 2009.
In December 31, 2009, AKB48 performed RIVER-Surprise special remix at the 60th NHK Kouhaku uta gassen. 72 members (all AKB48, the Kenkyusei, and 3 SKE48 members)) were in the performance.
"Majisuka Gakuen" (Majisuka Academy), a drama featuring several members of AKB48, SKE48 and SDN48 started airing from January 8th, 2010 on TV Tokyo.
On March 3, 2010, a full 5 months after they announced that all the teams were to be reshuffled, the first new formation of AKB48's Team K premiered with their new stage titled "RESET."
On July 2010, AKB48 announced another new event, the Senbatsu Janken Taikai. Members would participate in a game of Janken (Rock, Paper, Scissors) in a tournament, with the top 16 members forming an upcoming single Senbatsu. The AKB48 19th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai was held on September 21, 2010, with Team K's Uchida Mayumi winning the tournament. The Senbatsu performed the group's 19th single, "Chance no Junban," released on December 8th. It also marked the group's first Senbatsu without Itano Tomomi and Takahashi Minami.
On August 2010, AKB48 expanded their official shops outside of Japan (namely Asia region) with it being in Hong Kong. They then expanded their locations with it being: Taiwan (April 2011), Singapore (May 2011) and Shanghai (July 2011).
On December 8, 2010, AKB48 celebrated its 5th anniversary in the theater with a special performance by all members, as well as returning graduates. All 9th generation kenkyuusei were also promoted.
2011 - 2013
In March 2011, it was announced on their blog they have temporarily closed the AKB Theater due to the 2011 Sendai earthquake and tsunami. Many upcoming activities were also postponed, including their concerts at Yokohama Arena from March 25th to the 27th, and the release of their first studio album, Koko ni Ita Koto.
On June 6, 2011, AKB48 made public announcement during this evening’s Himawari H1 Revival Stage the formation of a brand new AKB48 team, bluntly titled Team 4. The Team will consists of the 10 previously promoted kenkyuusei.
On June 11th, 2011, It was announced at a handshake event that Eguchi Aimi, a girl who auditioned for NMB48, would be joining AKB48 as a trainee, she appeared immediately in Playboy Weekly and in advertisements. Producer Akimoto Yasushi stated that she will be “the heroine of the new age”. Eguchi was immediately met with skepticism from many fans and soon Team K member Kikuchi Ayaka leaked on her blog that Eguchi was made of parts of other members through photoshop. On June 20th, Weekly Playboy published an article about Eguchi, stating that she was made up of parts of Takahashi Minami, Maeda Atsuko, Watanabe Mayu, Shinoda Mariko, Itano Tomomi, Oshima Yuko and 12th generation Kenkyuusei Sasaki Yukari.
On July 3rd, AKB48 announced and confirmed that they will be having their ‘24th Single Senbatsu Janken (Rock, Paper, Scissors) Tournament‘ in September. This will be the second year in a row that they will be choosing their ’senbatsu’ members for their new single, which is due to be released in December. The event will take place on September 20th at the Nippon Bukoukan once again. Moreover, This event will be broadcasting in Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand. The winning member was Shinoda Mariko, who centered the single Ue kara Mariko.
On January 27, 2012, it was revealed that Hirajima Natsumi and Yonezawa Rumi resigned from AKB48 due to scandals involving them. Following their departures, AKB48 introduced the concurrent (兼任, kennin) position on March 24, where members would temporarily hold simultaneous positions in two different groups. SKE48's Matsui Jurina and NMB48's Watanabe Miyuki held the first concurrencies, where they were a part of Team K and Team B, respectively.
On March 25, 2012, it was announced Maeda Atsuko would be graduating from AKB48. Her graduation ceremony was held on August 27.
On August 24, 2012, AKB48 performed at Tokyo Dome for the first time. This was a dream for several members and the group as a whole. The group's second studio album, 1830m, was a reflection of that dream, as it was named after the distance between the AKB48 Theater and Tokyo Dome. The group also had another team shuffle since August 2009. It was also announced that “Team 4″ which was formed in June of last year, would be discontinued, thus, they were back to 3 teams: Team A, K, and B.
On December 17, 2012, it was announced that Kasai Tomomi would be graduating from AKB48.
On January 31, 2013, it was announced that 1st Generation member, Minegishi Minami would be demoted to Kenkyuusei level, due to a scandal involving her. On August 24, Minegishi was promoted when the new Team 4 was formed and was appointed as its captain.
On July 21, 2013, Team A captain and leading member Shinoda Mariko graduated from AKB48, making Yokoyama Yui the new captain of Team A. On August 22, former Team K captain Akimoto Sayaka also graduated. Four days later, leading member Itano Tomomi graduated from the group.
On December 31, 2013, leading member and Team K captain Oshima Yuko announced her graduation.
2014 - 2016
On January 23, 2014, AKB48 announced plans for a fifth team, "Team 8." Auditions began on February 2014, with the team officially debuting on April 3, 2014. Unlike previous teams, this team did not consist of previous members. One member from each prefecture was selected to represent Team 8, totaling 47 members. If a member graduated, they would be replaced with someone from the same prefecture. Team 8 also held of the concept "Idols who go meet you," rather than the group's concept "Idols you can meet."
On February 24, 2014, AKB48 held a large-scale team shuffle, the AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri ~Jidai wa Kawaru. Dakedo, Bokuraha Mae Shika Mukanee!~. Unlike past team shuffles, all active 48 groups were shuffled, including SKE48, NMB48, and HKT48. In addition, Ikoma Rina from Nogizaka46 was given a concurrent position with Team B, until the group's next team shuffle on March 2015.
On May 25, 2014, a handshake event held in Iwate was assaulted by a 24-year old man, later revealed to be Umeta Satoru. Umeta carried a handsaw to the event to attack Iriyama Anna, Kawaei Rina, and a staff member who tried to stop the assault. Both Iriyama and Kawaei underwent surgery for their injuries and were unable to participate in the group's activities for several months.
On September 17, 2014, the group held their 5th Janken Tournament. Unlike past tournaments, the top members did not form a single Senbatsu. The winning member earned a solo single debut, with the remaining 15 members performing the single's B-side. The winning member was Watanabe Miyuki, who released the single "Yasashiku Suru Yori Kiss wo Shite" on December 24th. The opposing finalist, Kojima Haruna, centered the B-side "Harukaze Pianissimo." This format continued into the group's 6th Janken Tournament in 2015, which Fujita Nana won and released the single "Migiashi Evidence."
On December 8, 2014, the group's 9th anniversary, founding member and Team A captain Takahashi Minami announced her graduation, which was scheduled for December 8, 2015, the group's 10th anniversary. This date was pushed back to April 8, 2016, due to difficulty in selecting a venue.
On March 26, 2015, AKB48 held another team shuffle since February 2014. This shuffle marked the first instance where concurrencies were held within the same group. Team 8 members Yamada Nanami, Nakano Ikumi, and Sakaguchi Nagisa held concurrencies with Team A, Team K, and Team B, respectively. Kawaei Rina also announced her graduation from the group, citing a psychological inability to continue handshake events after the assault in Iwate.
On June 9, 2016, AKB48 broke ties with its Shanghai-based group SNH48, after it was revealed that the latter violated their contract by creating sister groups BEJ48 and GNZ48. Following the announcement, Suzuki Mariya's concurrent position with the group was revoked, marking her a fully-fledged AKB48 member.
On June 18, 2016, the group held their 8th Senbatsu Election at HARD OFF ECO Stadium Niigata. Leading member Kojima Haruna, after portraying the fictional idol Nyan Nyan Kamen, also announced her graduation from the group. After holding her graduation ceremony on February 22, 2017, she officially graduated on April 19th.
On October 17, 2016, the group held their 7th Janken Tournament, with slight alterations to the previous format. The top seven members would form a new unit that was centered by the tournament winner, while members ranked 8th-14th performed the single's B-side. The winning members formed Jankenmin, centered by Team B's Tanabe Miku.
2017 - 2018
On June 17, 2017, the group held their 9th Senbatsu Election. Originally slated to be held at Toyosaki Seaside Park, Toyosaki Villa SUN Beach in Tomigusuku, Okinawa, the concert portion was cancelled due to inclement weather, with the results being held in a nearby community center. Leading member Watanabe Mayu also announced her graduation from the group. After holding her graduation stage on December 26th, she officially graduated on December 31st.
On September 24, 2017, the group held their 8th Janken Tournament, with a drastic overhaul to the previous format. For this tournament, members formed their own units, with a representative participating in the tournament. Unlike past tournaments, participation was also extended to all members, rather than AKB48 and select sister group members. The winning unit would debut a solo single, with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th-ranked units participating in the B-sides. The winning unit was fairy w!nk, consisting of HKT48's Aramaki Misaki and Unjo Hirona. This format continued into the group's 9th Janken Tournament in 2018, where the winning unit was Fortune cherry, consisting of Draft 3rd Generation Kenkyuusei Tada Kyoka and HKT48's Matsuda Yumi.
On November 29, 2017, it was announced that AKB48 would be collaborating with the MNet series Produce 101, in a project known as Produce 48. Like past Produce 101 seasons, this would take several South Korean and Japanese trainees through a series of competitions, in order to determine 12 members that would comprise an upcoming idol group. The winning members would earn a 2.5 year contract with CJ E&M Music, where they would temporarily depart from their current activities to promote as the new group.
On December 8, 2017, the group's 12th anniversary, AKB48 held another team shuffle since March 2015. All Team 8 members at the time were given concurrencies with the four AKB48 teams, while any remaining concurrencies were revoked. This also marked the first time since March 2012 where there are no sister group members in any AKB48 team.
On June 15, 2018, the first episode of Produce 48 premiered on MNet, featuring 57 South Korean contestants, from various idol agencies, and 39 Japanese contestants, from various 48 groups. The theme was "Naekkeoya (Pick Me)" and its Japanese counterpart "NEKKOYA (PICK ME)," centered by HKT48's Miyawaki Sakura. Notable South Korean contestants included After School's Lee Kaeun, fromis 9's Jang Gyuri, and former season 1 contestants Kim Sihyeon and Park Minji. On August 31st, the last episode of Produce 48 aired, where the winning group was named IZ*ONE. The winning Japanese members included HKT48's Miyawaki Sakura (2nd) and Yabuki Nako (6th) along with Team 8's Honda Hitomi (9th). The three members left their respective groups on October 2018, where they would promote as IZ*ONE until their return on April 2021.
2019 - present
In 2019, the assault of NGT48's Yamaguchi Maho resulted in severe public criticism of the AKB48 management. Several group activities were also pushed back or scrapped completely, including the annual Senbatsu Election; which after being cancelled on March 2019, marked the first year since its inception in 2009 to not be featured. The group's variety shows AKBINGO and AKB Show were also cancelled after many years of runtime. After NGT48 disbanded its teams to form a generation-based system, Kashiwagi Yuki's concurrent position with the group was revoked. For the first time, the group released only two singles: "Jiwaru DAYS" on March 13th and "Sustainable" on September 18th.
On December 8, 2019, the group's 14th anniversary, founding member Minegishi Minami announced her graduation from the group, making her the last 1st generation member to leave AKB48.
In 2020, circumstances surrounding the coronavirus outbreak led to several changes in the AKB48 structure. Among them was Minegishi's graduation, which was postponed indefinitely after being scheduled for April 2nd. The group also launched OUC48, named after the Japanese word for home (お家; ouchi). As OUC48, the members performed regular stage plays from their homes, which were filmed through video chat and streamed on YouTube. The group also released their digital single "Hanareite mo" on July 1st, featuring several AKB48 graduates.
On May 22, 2021, Minegishi Minami's graduation concert was officially held after being postponed for over a year. On the following day, Team 8 finished the last leg of their national tour, Team 8 National Tour ~47 no Suteki na Machi e~, in Kanagawa. This performance also marked Honda Hitomi's return to AKB48, after IZ*ONE's disbandment on April 29th. Following the concert, the group announced their first single in over a year and a half, "Nemohamo Rumor," to be released on September 29th. The single's Senbatsu would consist of only AKB48 members, a first since "Chance no Junban" in 2010.
On September 12, 2021, it was announced that leading Team A member and former general manager Yokoyama Yui would graduate from the group.
On December 8, 2021, the group's 16th anniversary, AKB48 held their first team shuffle in four years. The current teams will perform their last concerts on February 5, 2022, while the new teams will take effect the day after with their first concert. The group also announced their 17th generation member auditions, which will mark the first new generation in six years (excluding draftees and Team 8 members). A coupling-song Request Hour was also scheduled for February 6, 2022.
Current Team Members
Names that are italicized denote that the member has announced their graduation. Names with an asterisk (*) denote that the member is also in Team 8.
Hokkaido · Tohoku
Chugoku · Shikoku
Kyushu · Okinawa
- Nakanishi Yuka (SKE48, September 2008, Graduated March 2015)
- Noro Kayo (SDN48, February 2010, Graduated March 2012)
- Ohori Megumi (SDN48, February 2010, Graduated March 2012)
- Urano Kazumi (SDN48, April 2010, Graduated March 2012)
- Kohara Haruka (SDN48, April 2010, Graduated March 2012)
- Sato Yukari (SDN48, April 2010, Graduated March 2012)
- Sashihara Rino (HKT48, June 2012, Graduated April 2019)
- Ota Aika (HKT48, November 2012, Graduated April 2017)
- Suzuki Mariya (SNH48, November 2012, Returned April 2013)
- Takajo Aki (JKT48, November 2012, Returned April 2013)
- Nakagawa Haruka (JKT48, November 2012, Graduated December 2016)
- Miyazawa Sae (SNH48, November 2012, Graduated March 2016)
- Ichikawa Miori (NMB48 Team BII, April 2014, Graduated May 2018)
- Umeda Ayaka (NMB48 Team BII, April 2014, Graduated March 2016)
- Oba Mina (SKE48 Team KII, April 2014, Graduated April 2022)
- Sato Sumire (SKE48 Team E, April 2014, Graduated December 2017)
- Chikano Rina (JKT48, April 2014, Graduated March 2018)
- Fujie Reina (NMB48 Team M, April 2014, Graduated May 2017)
- Yamauchi Suzuran (SKE48 Team S, April 2014, Graduated November 2021)
- Kitahara Rie (NGT48, March 2015, Graduated April 2018)
- Izuta Rina (BNK48, June 2017)
- Abe Maria (TPE48, November 2017, Graduated October 2019)
- Ishida Anna (Last activity May 21, 2013)
- Kotani Riho (Last activity May 27, 2013, Re-joined April 2014)
- Watanabe Miyuki (Last activity April 23, 2014, Re-joined August 2015)
- Ikoma Rina (Last activity May 14, 2015)
- Kotani Riho (Last activity May 28, 2015)
- Yagura Fuuko (Last activity May 29, 2015)
- Furuhata Nao (Last activity May 29, 2015)
- Matsui Jurina (Last activity December 24, 2015)
- Yamamoto Sayaka (Last activity May 26, 2016)
- Watanabe Miyuki (Graduated August 9, 2016)
- Kodama Haruka (Concurrency ended April 1, 2018)
- Yabuki Nako (Concurrency ended April 1, 2018)
- Shiroma Miru (Last activity May 16, 2018)
- Miyawaki Sakura (Last activity May 16, 2018)
- Kitagawa Ryoha (Last activity May 18, 2018)
- Shibuya Nagisa (Last activity May 18, 2018)
- Tomonaga Mio (Last activity May 18, 2018)
- Watanabe Marie (Fired November 26, 2007)
- Deguchi Aki (Graduated November 26, 2007, Joined SKE48)
- Katano Yurie (Withdrew September 2008)
- Arima Yuka (Graduated January 19, 2009)
- Fujimoto Sara (Graduated January 19, 2009, Re-joined September 2009)
- Hatayama Arisa (Graduated January 19, 2009)
- Muranaka Satomi (Graduated January 19, 2009, Re-joined April 2009)
- Suzuki Nae (Graduated January 19, 2009)
- Tomita Mayu (Graduated January 19, 2009)
- Uriya Akane (Graduated April 26, 2009)
- Nishikawa Nanami (Withdrew July 25, 2009, Joined Nogizaka46)
- Suzuki Shihori (Graduated September 30, 2009, Re-joined July 2010)
- Asai Madoka (Graduated December 1, 2009)
- Imai Yurie (Graduated February 1, 2010)
- Ishiguro Atsuki (Graduated June 20, 2010)
- Kinumoto Momoko (Graduated June 20, 2010)
- Fujimoto Sara (Graduated June 20, 2010)
- Takamatsu Eri (Withdrew June 20, 2010)
- Muranaka Satomi (Graduated June 20, 2010)
- Ueki Asaka (Withdrew July 6, 2010)
- Sano Yuriko (Graduated September 30, 2010)
- Iwasaki Hitomi (Graduated September 30, 2010)
- Kanazawa Yuuki (Graduated February 20, 2011)
- Suzuki Rika (Withdrew March 31, 2012)
- Saeed-Yokota Erena (Graduated October 6, 2012)
- Eguchi Aimi (Profile removed May 8, 2013)
- Noguchi Nanami (Withdrew March 31, 2017)
- Takahashi Kira (Graduated April 12, 2017)
- Nomura Nao (Graduated August 10, 2017)
- Kitagawa Yuri (Withdrew March 4, 2018)
- Harasawa Otohi (Withdrew August 22, 2018)
- Kamiyama Riho (Graduated October 20, 2018)
- Shoji Nagisa (Graduated November 4, 2018)
- Umemoto Izumi (Graduated November 25, 2018)
- Harima Nanami (Graduated April 12, 2019)
- Katsumata Saori (Withdrew June 2, 2019)
- Sato Shiori (Team A) (Graduated November 27, 2019)
- Suenaga Yuzuki (Graduated November 30, 2020)
- Kashiwagi Yuki
- Sashihara Rino (HKT48 - Former member)
- Fujita Nana (Janken Taikai 2 - Former member)
- Watanabe Mayu (Former member)
- Watanabe Miyuki (NMB48 - Janken Taikai - Former member)
- Takahashi Minami (Former member)
- Iwasa Misaki (Enka - Former member)
- Matsui Sakiko (Piano - Former member)
- Kuramochi Asuka (Gachi Uma 2 - Former member)
- Akimoto Sayaka (Former member)
- Kasai Tomomi (Gachi Uma - Former member)
- Masuda Yuka (Former member)
- Maeda Atsuko (Former member)
- Itano Tomomi (Former member)
- Oshima Mai (Former member)
- Hoshino Michiru (Former member)
- Oku Manami (Former member)
- Ohori Megumi (Former member)
- Ono Erena (Former member)
- Hayano Kaoru (Former member)
- no3b (ノースリーブス)
- Not yet
- Jankenmin (じゃんけん民) (Janken Taikai)
- fairy w!nk (Janken Taikai)
- Fortune cherry (Janken Taikai)
- Honey Harmony
- Nona Diamonds
- NO NAME
- Ojarumaru Sisters (おじゃる丸シスターズ)
- Team KISHIN from AKB48
- Sukeban Girls (スケバンGirls)
- Team Dragon from AKB48 (チームドラゴン)
- Honegumi from AKB48 (ほね組 from AKB48)
- ICE from AKB48
- Crayon Friends from AKB48 (クレヨンフレンズ from AKB48)
- AKBIdoling!!! (AKBアイドリング!!!)
- Queen & Elizabeth
- Natto Angel (ナットウエンジェル)
- Natto Angels Z (ナットウエンジェルZ)
- Nya-KB with Tsuchinoko Panda (ニャーKB with ツチノコパンダ)
- Okashina Sisters (お菓子なシスターズ)
- Team Z (チームZ)
- BABY GAMBA (ベビーガンバ)
- Mini Skirt (ミニスカート)
- Porrima from AKB48
- Team Surprise (チームサプライズ)
- Team BS
- Senbatsu (選抜)
- Under Girls (アンダーガールズ)
- Next Girls (ネクストガールズ)
- Future Girls (フューチャーガールズ)
- Upcoming Girls (アップカミングガールズ)
- Theater Girls (シアターガルズ)
- Selection 10
- Yasai Sisters
- Waiting Girls
- Special Girls
- Google+ Senbatsu
- Mayuzaka46 (まゆ坂46)
- Team PB (チームPB)
- Team YJ (チームYJ)
- Stage Fighter Senbatsu
- Tentoumu Chu! (てんとうむChu!)
- Smiling Lions
- Beauty Giraffes
- Baby Elephants
- Talking Chimpanzees
- Milk Planet (ミルクプラネット)
- Kojizaka46 (こじ坂46)
- Team Surprise (チームサプライズ)
- Kabutomu Chu! (かぶとむChu!)
- Dendenmu Chu! (でんでんむChu!)
- WONDA Senbatsu (WONDA選抜)
- Gensoo & Jikisoo (ゲンソー&ジキソー)
- Jisedai Senbatsu (次世代選抜)
- Renacchi Sousenkyo Senbatsu (れなっち総選挙選抜)
- Mushi Kago (虫かご)
- NogizakaAKB (乃木坂AKB)
Former Member Units
- Honegumi from AKB48 (ほね組 from AKB48)
- ICE from AKB48
- Crayon Friends from AKB48 (クレヨンフレンズ from AKB48)
- Chocolove from AKB48
- Himawari-gumi (ひまわり組)
- Okashina Sisters (お菓子なシスターズ)
- AKBIdoling!!! (AKBアイドリング!!!)
- Natto Angels (ナットウエンジェル)
- Queen & Elizabeth
- Watarirouka Hashiritai 7 (渡り廊下走り隊7) (disbanded on December 25, 2013)
- DiVA (disbanded on November 30, 2014)
- French Kiss (フレンチ・キス) (disbanded on November 5, 2015)
Baragumi and Yurigumi
On November 4th, 2006, it was announced that the members of Akihabara48 would be rearranged into two groups: Baragumi ('rose group') and Yurigumi ('lily group'). No more official announcements have been made on this matter since then, and it is widely believed that this idea has been scrapped.
However when the single Kaze wa Fuiteiru was released, the idea of Baragumi and Yurigumi was resurrected as part of the Under Girls B-side groups. It was used once again in the single Kibouteki Refrain, but with an additional third unit, Cattleyagumi ('cattleya group').
The two groups are as follows (☆ denotes a girl who has changed teams or graduated since the announcement was made):
- Team A: Hirajima Natsumi☆, Kojima Haruna, Komatani Hitomi☆, Masuyama Kayano☆, Minegishi Minami, Oshima Mai☆, Takahashi Minami, Urano Kazumi☆, Watanabe Shiho☆.
- Team K: Akimoto Sayaka☆, Imai Yu☆, Kasai Tomomi☆, Kobayashi Kana, Matsubara Natsumi☆, Noro Kayo☆, Ohori Megumi☆, Ono Erena☆.
- Team A: Hoshino Michiru☆, Itano Tomomi☆, Kawasaki Nozomi☆, Maeda Atsuko☆, Nakanishi Rina☆, Narita Risa☆, Ohe Tomomi☆, Sato Yukari☆, Shinoda Mariko☆, Tojima Hana☆.
- Team K: Hayano Kaoru☆, Masuda Yuka☆, Miyazawa Sae☆, Oku Manami☆, Oshima Yuko☆, Sato Natsuki☆, Takada Ayana☆, Umeda Ayaka☆.
AKB48 Senbatsu Events
- [2009.07.08] AKB48 13th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Kamisama ni Chikatte Gachi Desu"
- [2010.06.08] AKB48 17th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Kaasan ni Chikatte, Gachi Desu"
- [2011.06.08] AKB48 22nd Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Kotoshi mo Gachi Desu"
- [2012.06.06] AKB48 27th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Fan ga Erabu 64 Giseki"
- [2013.06.08] AKB48 32nd Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Yume wa Hitori ja Mirarenai"
- [2014.06.07] AKB48 37th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Yume no Genzaichi ~Rival wa Doko da~"
- [2015.06.06] AKB48 41st Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Juni Yoso Fukano, Oare no Ichiya"
- [2016.06.18] AKB48 45th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Bokutachi wa Dare ni Tsuiteikeba Ii"
- [2017.06.17] AKB48 49th Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Mazu wa Tatakaou! Hanashi wa Sorekara da"
- [2018.06.16] AKB48 53rd Single Sekai Senbatsu Sousenkyo "Sekai no Center wa Dare da?"
Senbatsu Janken Taikai
- [2010.09.21] AKB48 19th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai
- [2011.09.20] AKB48 24th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai
- [2012.09.18] AKB48 29th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai
- [2013.09.18] AKB48 34th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai
- [2014.09.17] AKB48 2014 Janken Taikai
- [2015.09.16] AKB48 2015 Janken Taikai
- [2016.10.10] AKB48 2016 Janken Taikai
- [2017.09.24] AKB48 2018 Group Unit Janken Taikai
- [2018.09.23] AKB48 2018 Group Unit Janken Taikai
- [2011.06.08] Koko ni Ita Koto (ここにいたこと)
- [2012.08.15] 1830m
- [2014.01.22] Tsugi no Ashiato (次の足跡)
- [2015.01.21] Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe! (ここがロドスだ、ここで跳べ！)
- [2017.01.25] Thumbnail (サムネイル)
- [2018.01.24] Bokutachi wa, Ano Hi no Yoake wo Shitteiru (僕たちは、あの日の夜明けを知っている)
- [2007.03.07] Team A 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームA 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2007.03.07] Team A 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" (チームA 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」)
- [2007.03.07] Team A 3rd Stage "Dareka no Tame ni" (チームA 3rd Stage 「誰かのために」)
- [2007.03.07] Team K 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームK 1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2007.03.07] Team K 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls" (チームK 2nd Stage 「青春ガールズ」)
- [2007.03.07] Team K 3rd Stage "Nonai Paradise" (チームK 3rd Stage 「脳内パラダイス」)
- [2008.12.27] AKB48 Maseka, Kono Concert no Ongen wa Ryuushutsushinai yo ne? (AKB48 まさか、このコンサートの音源は流出しないよね?)
- [2009.08.11] Team A 5th Stage "Renai Kinshi Jourei" (チームA 5th Stage 「恋愛禁止条例」)
- [2009.08.11] Team K 5th Stage "Saka Agari" (チームK 5th Stage 「逆上がり」)
- [2009.08.11] Team B 4th Stage "Idol no Yoake" (チームB 4th Stage 「アイドルの夜明け」)
- [2010.08.07] Team K 6th Stage "RESET" (チームK 6th Stage 「RESET」)
- [2010.08.07] Team B 5th Stage "Theater no Megami" (チームB 5th Stage 「シアターの女神｣)
- [2010.09.18] Team A 6th Stage "Mokugekisha" (チームA 6th Stage ｢目撃者｣)
- [2013.01.01] Team A 4th Stage "Tadaima Ren'aichuu" (チームA 4th Stage 「ただいま恋愛中」)
- [2013.01.01] Team K 4th Stage "Saishuu Bell ga Naru" (チームK 4th Stage 「最終ベルが鳴る」)
- [2013.01.01] Team B 1st Stage "Seishun Girls" (Team B 1st Stage 「青春ガールズ」)
- [2013.01.01] Team B 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" (チームB 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」)
- [2013.01.01] Team B 3rd Stage "Pajama Drive" (チームB 3rd Stage 「パジャマドライブ」)
- [2013.01.01] Himawari-gumi 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (ひまわり組 1st Stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2013.01.01] Himawari-gumi 2nd Stage - Yume wo Shinaseru Wake Ikanai (ひまわり組 2nd Stage 「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」)
- [2013.01.22] Team 4 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (チーム4 1st Stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2008.01.01] SET LIST ~Greatest Songs 2006-2007~ (SET LIST～グレイテストソングス 2006-2007～)
- [2010.04.07] Kamikyokutachi (神曲たち; Godly Songs)
- [2010.07.14] SET LIST ~Greatest Songs Kanzenban~ (SET LIST～グレイテストソングス～完全盤; SET LIST ~Greatest Songs~ Complete Edition)
- [2015.11.18] 0 to 1 no Aida (0と1の間; Between 0 and 1)
- [2006.02.01] Sakura no Hanabiratachi (桜の花びらたち; Cherry Blossom Petals) (indies)
- [2006.06.07] Skirt, Hirari (スカート、ひらり; Skirt, Flutters) (indies)
- [2006.10.25] Aitakatta (会いたかった; I Wanted to Meet You)
- [2007.01.31] Seifuku ga Jama wo Suru (制服が邪魔をする; My School Uniform Gets in the Way)
- [2007.04.18] Keibetsu Shiteita Aijou (軽蔑していた愛情; Scorned Love)
- [2007.07.18] BINGO!
- [2007.08.08] Boku no Taiyou (僕の太陽; My Sun)
- [2007.10.31] Yuuhi wo Miteiru ka? (夕陽を見ているか?; Do You See the Sunset?)
- [2008.01.23] Romance, Irane (ロマンス、イラネ; No Need for Romance)
- [2008.02.27] Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008 (桜の花びらたち2008; Cherry Blossom Petals 2008)
- [2008.10.22] Oogoe Diamond (大声ダイヤモンド; Diamond Shout)
- [2009.03.04] 10nen Zakura (10年桜; 10-Year Cherry Blossoms)
- [2009.06.24] Namida Surprise! (涙サプライズ!; Tearful Surprise!)
- [2009.08.26] Iiwake Maybe (言い訳Maybe; Maybe It's an Excuse)
- [2009.10.21] RIVER
- [2010.02.17] Sakura no Shiori (桜の栞; Cherry Blossom Bookmark)
- [2010.05.26] Ponytail to Chouchou (ポニーテールとシュシュ; Ponytail and Scrunchie)
- [2010.08.18] Heavy Rotation (ヘビーローテーション)
- [2010.10.27] Beginner
- [2010.12.08] Chance no Junban (チャンスの順番; My Turn by Chance)
- [2011.02.16] Sakura no Ki ni Narou (桜の木になろう; Let's Become a Cherry Tree)
- [2011.05.25] Everyday, Katyusha (Everyday、カチューシャ; Everyday, Headband)
- [2011.08.24] Flying Get (フライングゲット)
- [2011.10.26] Kaze wa Fuiteiru (風は吹いている; The Wind is Blowing)
- [2011.12.07] Ue kara Mariko (上からマリコ; Mariko from the Top)
- [2012.02.15] GIVE ME FIVE!
- [2012.05.23] Manatsu no Sounds good! (真夏のSounds good!; Midsummer Sounds good!)
- [2012.08.29] Gingham Check (ギンガムチェック)
- [2012.10.31] UZA
- [2012.12.05] Eien Pressure (永遠プレッシャー; Eternal Pressure)
- [2013.02.20] So long!
- [2013.05.22] Sayonara Crawl (さよならクロール; Goodbye Crawl)
- [2013.08.21] Koisuru Fortune Cookie (恋するフォーチュンクッキー; In Love With Fortune Cookie)
- [2013.10.30] Heart Ereki (ハート・エレキ; Heart Electric)
- [2013.12.11] Suzukake no Ki no Michi de "Kimi no Hohoemi wo Yume ni Miru" to Itteshimattara Bokutachi no Kankei wa Dou Kawatteshimau no ka, Bokunari ni Nannichi ka Kangaeta Ue de no Yaya Kihazukashii Ketsuron no You na Mono (鈴懸の木の道で「君の微笑みを夢に見る」と言ってしまったら僕たちの関係はどう変わってしまうのか、僕なりに何日か考えた上でのやや気恥ずかしい結論のようなもの; Little embarrassing conclusion kind of thing I came up with after several days of consideration how our relationship would change if I tell you ‘I see your smile in my dream’ on the road of Platanus)
- [2014.02.26] Mae Shika Mukanee (前しか向かねえ; I Only Look Forward)
- [2014.05.21] Labrador Retriever (ラブラドール・レトリバー)
- [2014.08.27] Kokoro no Placard (心のプラカード; Placard of the Heart)
- [2014.11.26] Kibouteki Refrain (希望的リフレイン; Hopeful Refrain)
- [2015.03.04] Green Flash
- [2015.05.20] Bokutachi wa Tatakawanai (僕たちは戦わない; We Won't Fight)
- [2015.08.26] Halloween Night (ハロウィーン・ナイト)
- [2015.12.09] Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby (唇に Be My Baby; In Lips Be My Baby)
- [2016.03.09] Kimi wa Melody (君はメロディ; You're a Melody)
- [2016.06.01] Tsubasa wa Iranai (翼はいらない; I Don't Need Wings)
- [2016.08.31] LOVE TRIP / Shiawase wo Wakenasai (LOVE TRIP / しあわせを分けなさい; Share Your Happiness)
- [2016.11.16] High Tension (ハイテンション)
- [2017.03.15] Shoot Sign (シュートサイン)
- [2017.05.31] Negaigoto no Mochigusare (願いごとの持ち腐れ; Unused Wishes)
- [2017.08.30] #SukiNanda (#好きなんだ; #ILoveYou)
- [2017.11.22] 11gatsu no Anklet (11月のアンクレット; November Anklet)
- [2018.03.14] Jabaja (ジャーバージャ)
- [2018.05.30] Teacher Teacher
- [2018.09.19] Sentimental Train (センチメンタルトレイン)
- [2018.11.28] NO WAY MAN
- [2019.03.13] Jiwaru DAYS (ジワるDAYS)
- [2019.09.18] Sustainable (サステナブル)
- [2020.03.18] Shitsuren, Arigatou (失恋、ありがとう; Thank You Broken Heart)
- [2021.09.29] Nemohamo Rumor (根も葉もRumor; Unfounded Rumor)
- [2022.05.18] Motokare Desu (元カレです; Ex-Boyfriend)
- [2009.08.29] Arigatou -2010 Natsu Ver.- (アリガトウ -2010夏 ver.-)
- [2008.06.13] Baby! Baby! Baby!
- [2011.04.01] Dareka no Tame ni -What can I do for someone?- <Haishin Gentei Charity Song> (誰かのために -What can I do for someone?- ＜配信限定チャリティソング＞)
- [2013.03.08] Tenohira ga Kataru Koto (掌が語ること)
- [2020.07.01] Hanareteite mo (離れていても)
- [2016.10.01] Koisuru Fortune Cookie (恋するフォーチュンクッキー)
Concerts / Live
- [2007.01.31] First Concert "Aitakatta ~Hashira wa Nai ze!~" in Nihon Seinenkan Normal Version (ファーストコンサート「会いたかった～柱はないぜ!～」in 日本青年館ノーマルバージョン)
- [2007.01.31] First Concert "Aitakatta "Hashira wa Nai ze!" in Nihon Seinenkan Shuffle Version (ファーストコンサート「会いたかった～柱はないぜ!～」in 日本青年館 シャッフルバージョン)
- [2007.07.18] "Haru no Chotto Dake Zenkoku Tour ~Madamada da ze AKB48!~" in Nihon Kouseinenkin Kaikan (「春のちょっとだけ全国ツアー ～まだまだだぜ AKB48!～」in 東京厚生年金会館)
- [2008.07.25] AKB48 Request Hour Set List Best 100 2008 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2008)
- [2008.11.20] Live DVD wa Derudaroukedo, Yappari Iki ni Kagiruze! AKB48 Natsu Matsuri (ライブDVDは出るだろうけど、やっぱり生に限るぜ! AKB48夏祭り)
- [2008.12.27] AKB48 Maseka, Kono Concert no Ongen wa Ryuushutsushinai yo ne? (AKB48 まさか、このコンサートの音源は流出しないよね?)
- [2009.02.28] Nenwasure Kanshasai Shuffle Sumaze, AKB! SKE mo Yoroshiku ne (年忘れ感謝祭 シャッフルするぜ、AKB! SKEもよろしくね)
- [2009.04.23] AKB48 Request Hour Set List Best 100 2009 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2009)
- [2009.08.08] "Kami Kouen Yotei" Shohan no Jijou ni Yori, Kami Kouen ni Naranai Baai mo Arimasuno de, Goryoushou Kudasai.(「神公演予定」* 諸般の事情により、神公演にならない場合もありますので、ご了承ください。)
- [2009.11.01] AKB48 Bunshin no Jutsu Tour (AKB48 分身の術ツアー)
- [2009.11.01] AKB104 Senbatsu Members Sokaku Matsuri (AKB104選抜メンバー組閣祭り)
- [2009.11.01] AKB48 Bunshin no Jutsu Tour / AKB104 Senbatsu Members Sokaku Matsuri (AKB48 分身の術ツアー/AKB104選抜メンバー組閣祭り)
- [2010.04.23] AKB48 Request Hour Set List Best 100 2010 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2010)
- [2010.06.23] AKB48 Manseki Matsuri Kibou Sanpi Ryouron (AKB48 満席祭り希望 賛否両論)
- [2010.10.02] AKB48 Suprise wa arimasen (AKB48 サプライズはありません)
- [2010.11.28] AKB48 AKB ga yattekita!! (AKB48 AKBがやって来た!!)
- [2011.01.20] AKB48 TeamOgi Matsuri (AKB48 TeamOgi祭)
- [2011.02.06] AKB48 SKE48 LIVE IN ASIA
- [2011.02.26] Tokyo Aki Matsuri (東京秋祭り)
- [2011.03.09] AKB48 Request Hour Set List Best 100 2011 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリスト ベスト 100 2011)
- [2011.10.15] AKB48 Minogashita Kimitachi e ~AKB48 Group Zenkouen~ (AKB48 見逃した君たちへ ～AKB48グループ全公演～)
- [2011.12.28] AKB48 Yoshaa Ikuzo! in Seibu Dome First Concert DVD (AKB48 よっしゃぁ〜行くぞぉ〜! in 西武ドーム 第一公演 DVD)
- [2011.12.28] AKB48 Yoshaa Ikuzo! in Seibu Dome Digest Edition (AKB48 よっしゃぁ〜行くぞぉ〜! in 西武ドーム ダイジェスト盤)
- [2011.12.28] AKB48 Yoshaa Ikuzo! in Seibu Dome Special Box (AKB48 よっしゃぁ〜行くぞぉ〜! in 西武ドーム スペシャルBOX)
- [2012.02.07] AKB ga Ippai ～SUMMER TOUR 2011～
- [2012.03.21] AKB48 in a-nation 2011
- [2012.03.28] AKB48 Kohaku Taiko Uta Gassen (紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2012.05.04] AKB48 Team Ogi Matsuri 2011 (AKB48 Team Ogi祭 2011)
- [2012.06.13] AKB48 Request Hour Set List Best 100 2012 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2012)
- [2012.09.05] Maeda Atsuko Namida no Sotsugyo Sengen! in Saitama Super Arena ~Gyomu Renraku. Tanomuzo, Katayama Bucho!~ (前田敦子 涙の卒業宣言！in さいたまスーパーアリーナ ～業務連絡。頼むぞ、片山部長！～)
- [2012.11.22] AKB48 National Tour 2012 Nonaka Misato, Ugoku. ~47 Todoufuken de Aimashou~ Team K Okinawa Kouen (AKB48全国ツアー2012 野中美郷、動く。 ～47都道府県で会いましょう～ TeamK沖縄公演)
- [2012.11.28] AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ~1830m no Yume~ (AKB48 in TOKYO DOME ～1830mの夢～)
- [2013.02.28] Minogashita Kimitachi e 2 ~AKB48 Group Zen Kouen~ (見逃した君たちへ２ ～AKB48グループ全公演～)
- [2013.03.01] AKB48 Gaigairyokou Nikki ~Hawai wa Hawai~ (AKB48 海外旅行日記 ～ハワイはハワイ～)
- [2013.03.16] AKB48 National Tour 2012 Nonaka Misato, Ugoku. ~47 Todoufuken de Aimashou~ Special DVDBOX (AKB48 全国ツアー2012 野中美郷、動く。～47都道府県で会いましょう～ スペシャルDVDBOX)
- [2013.03.27] Dai 2 Kai AKB48 Kohaku Taiko Utagassen (第2回 AKB48 紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2013.04.24] AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2013 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト100 2013)
- [2013.09.25] AKB48 Group Rinji Sokai ~Shirokuro Tsukeyojyanaika!~ (AKB48グループ臨時総会 ～白黒つけようじゃないか！～)
- [2013.10.09] AKB48 Super Festival ~Nissan Stadium, Chicche! Chicchakunaishi!!~ (AKB48スーパーフェスティバル 〜日産スタジアム、小(ち)っちぇっ! 小(ち)っちゃくないし!!〜)
- [2013.11.09] AKB48 Group Research Students Concert ~Oshimen Hayai Mono Gachi~ (AKB48グループ研究生コンサート ～推しメン早い者勝ち～)
- [2013.12.18] AKB48 2013 Manatsu no Dome Tour ~Madamada, Yaranakya Ikenai Koto ga Aru~ (AKB48 2013真夏のドームツアー ～まだまだ、やらなきゃいけないことがある～)
- [2014.04.09] Dai 3 Kai AKB48 Kouhaku Taiko Uta Gassen (第3回 AKB48 紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2014.06.04] AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 200 2014 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト200 2014)
- [2014.06.13] AKB48 Tandoku Haru Con in Kokuritsu Kyougiba ~Omoide wa Zenbu Koko ni Sutete Ike!~ (AKB48 単独 春コン in 国立競技場 ~思い出は全部ここに捨てていけ！~)
- [2014.07.23] AKB48 Group Dai Sokaku Matsuri ~Jidai wa Kawaru. Dakedo, Bokuraha mae shika Muka ne!~ (AKB48グループ 大組閣祭り ～時代は変わる。だけど、僕らは前しか向かねえ！～
- [2014.09.17] AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 200 2014 (AKB48 リクエストアワーセットリストベスト200 2014)
- [2014.10.29] Oshima Yuko Sotsugyo Concert in Ajinomoto Stadium ~6 Gatu 8 Ka no Kosui Kakuritsu 56% (5 Gatsu 16 Nichi Genzai), Teruterubozu wa Koka ga Arunoka?~ (大島優子卒業コンサートin味の素スタジアム ～6月8日の降水確率56%（5月16日現在）、てるてる坊主は本当に効果があるのか？～)
- [2014.12.10] AKB48 Group Tokyo Dome Concert ~Surunayo? Surunayo? Zettai Sotsugyo Happyo Surunayo?~ SINGLE SELECTION (AKB48グループ東京ドームコンサート ～するなよ? するなよ? 絶対卒業発表するなよ?～ SINGLE SELECTION (AKB48グループ東京ドームコンサート ～するなよ? するなよ? 絶対卒業発表するなよ?～ SINGLE SELECTION)
- [2015.04.27] AKB48 Zenkoku Tour 2014 Anata ga Ite Kurerukara. ~Nokori 27 Todou Fuken de Aimashou~ (AKB48全国ツアー2014 あなたがいてくれるから。～残り27都道府県で会いましょう～)
- [2015.04.23] Dai 4 Kai AKB48 Kohaku Taiko Utagassen (第4回 AKB48 紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2015.04.30] AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 1035 2015 (AKB48リクエストアワーセットリストベスト1035 2015)
- [2015.07.29] AKB48 Young Member Zenkoku Tour / Haru no Tandoku Concert in Saitama Super Arena AKB48 Young Members Zenkoku Tour ~ Mirai wa ima kara tsukura reru~ AKB48 Haru no Tandoku Concert ~Jikisou Imada Shugyou-chuu~ ((AKB48 ヤングメンバー全国ツアー / 春の単独コンサート in さいたまスーパーアリーナ AKB48ヤングメンバー全国ツアー～未来は今から作られる～AKB48春の単独コンサート～ジキソー未だ修行中！～)
- [2015.08.06] Dai 2-kai AKB48 Dai Undoukai & Dai 2-kai AKB48 Group Draft Kaigi (第2回 AKB48大運動会＆第2回 AKB48グループ ドラフト会議)
- [2015.09.09] AKB48 41st Single Senbatsu Sosenkyo ~Jyuni Yoso Fukano, Oare no Ichiya~ & Koyasai ~Ato no Matsuri~ (AKB48 41stシングル 選抜総選挙～順位予想不可能、大荒れの一夜～)
- [2015.11.04] AKB48 Manatsu no Tandoku Concert in Saitama Super Arena ~Kawaei-san no Koto ga Suki deshita~ (AKB48真夏の単独コンサート in さいたまスーパーアリーナ～川栄さんのことが好きでした～)
- [2015.02.10] Dai 5 Kai AKB48 Kohaku Taiko Utagassen (第5回 AKB48 紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2016.04.27] AKB48 Tandoku Request Hour Set List Best 100 2016 (AKB48単独リクエストアワー セットリストベスト100 2016)
- [2016.04.27] AKB48 Group Request Hour Set List Best 100 2016 (AKB48グループ リクエストアワー セットリストベスト100 2016)
- [2016.07.20] Shuku Takahashi Minami Sotsugyo "148.5cm no Mita Yume" in Yokohama Stadium (祝 高橋みなみ卒業“148.5cmの見た夢”in 横浜スタジアム)
- [2016.09.28] AKB48 45th Single Senbatsu Sou Senkyo ~Bokutachi wa Dare ni Tsuite Ikeba Ii?~ (AKB48 45thシングル 選抜総選挙 ～僕たちは誰について行けばいい？～)
- [2017.02.01] AKB48 Group Doji Kaisai Concert In Yokohama: Kotoshi wa Rank In Dekimashita Shukugakai / Rainen Koso Rank In Suruzo Kekki Shukai (AKB48グループ同時開催コンサートin横浜 今年はランクインできました祝賀会/来年こそランクインするぞ決起集会)
- [2017.03.01] Dai 6 Kai AKB48 Kohaku Taiko Uta Gassen (第6回 AKB48紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2017.04.19] Koji Matsuri ~Kojima Haruna Kanshasai~ (こじまつり～小嶋陽菜感謝祭～)
- [2018.02.28] Dai 7-kai AKB48 Kouhaku Taiko Uta Gassen (第7回 AKB48紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2019.03.20] Dai 8-kai AKB48 Kouhaku Taiko Uta Gassen (第8回 AKB48紅白対抗歌合戦)
- [2019.06.19] AKB48 Group Request Hour Set List Best 100 2019 (AKB48グループリクエストアワー セットリストベスト100 2019)
- [2020.05.13] AKB48 Group Request Hour Set List Best 50 2020 (AKB48グループリクエストアワー セットリストベスト50 2020)
Music Video Collection
- [2008.08.30] Baby! Baby! Baby! Video Clip Collection
- [2010.07.14] Nogashita Sakanatachi~Single Video Collection~ (逃した魚たち～シングルビデオコレクション～)
- [2011.06.24] AKB ga Ippai ~The Best Music Video~ (AKBがいっぱい ～ザ・ベスト・ミュージックビデオ～)
- [2013.09.11] Million ga Ippai ~AKB48 Music Video Shu~ (ミリオンがいっぱい～AKB48ミュージックビデオ集～)
- [2013.10.09] Million ga Ippai ~AKB48 Music Video Collection~ Best Collection (ミリオンがいっぱい 〜AKB48ミュージックビデオ集〜 ベスト・セレクション)
- [2017.10.04] Ano Koro ga Ippai ~AKB48 Music Video Collection~ (あの頃がいっぱい〜AKB48ミュージックビデオ集〜)
- [2007.03.21] Team A 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームA 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2007.03.21] Team A 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" (チームA 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」)
- [2007.03.21] Team A 3rd Stage "Dareka no Tame ni" (チームA 3rd Stage 「誰かのために」)
- [2007.03.21] Team K 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームK 1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2007.03.21] Team K 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls" (チームK 2nd Stage 「青春ガールズ」)
- [2007.03.21] Starter Kit "Ima kara Demo Maniau AKB48!!" (スターターキット 「今からでも間に合うAKB48!!」)
- [2007.11.28] Team K 3rd Stage "Nonai Paradise" (チームK 3rd Stage 「脳内パラダイス」)
- [2007.11.28] Team A 4th Stage "Tadaima Renaichuu" (チームA 4th Stage 「ただいま恋愛中」)
- [2008.03.26] Team B 1st Stage ~Seishun Girls~ (チームB 1st Stage ~青春ガールズ~)
- [2008.04.23] Himawari-gumi 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (ひまわり組 1st stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2008.09.26] Team B 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" (チームB 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」)
- [2008.10.02] Himawari-gumi 2nd Stage "Yume wo Shinaseru Wake Ikanai" (ひまわり組 2nd Stage 「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」)
- [2009.04.03] Team B 3rd Stage "Pajama Drive" (チームB 3rd stage 「パジャマドライブ」)
- [2009.09.11] Team K 4th Stage "Saishuu Bell ga Naru" (チームK 4th Stage 「最終ベルが鳴る」)
- [2010.04.23] Team K 5th Stage "Saka Agari" (チームK 5th Stage 「逆上がり」）
- [2010.06.12] Team B 4th Stage "Idol no Yoake" (チームB 4th Stage 「アイドルの夜明け」)
- [2010.06.19] Team A 5th Stage "Renai Kinshi Jourei" (チームA 5th Stage 「恋愛禁止条例」)
- [2013.04.06] Team A 6th Stage "Mokugekisha" (チームA 6th Stage 「目撃者」)
- [2013.04.06] AKB48 Team K 6th Stage "RESET" (チームK 6th Stage 「RESET」)
- [2013.04.06] Team B 5th Stage "Theater no Megami" (チームB 5th Stage 「シアターの女神」)
- [2013.04.06] Team 4 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (チーム4 1st Stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2017.02.28] AKB48 Team A 7th stage 「M.T. ni Sasagu」 (AKB48 Team A 7th stage 「M.T.に捧ぐ」 )
- [2016.12.23] Butai 'Majisuka Gakuen' ~Lost In The SuperMarket~ (舞台「マジすか学園」～Lost In The SuperMarket～)
- [2011.04.22] DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 to be continued 10 Nengo, Shojo Tachi wa Ima no Jibun ni Nani wo Omounodaro? (10年後、少女たちは今の自分に何を思うのだろう?)
- [2012.04.20] DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 Show must go on Shoujo Tachi wa Kizutsukinagara, Yume wo Miru (少女たちは傷つきながら、夢を見る)
- [2013.04.26] DOCUMENTARY OF AKB48 NO FLOWER WITHOUT RAIN Shoujo Tachi wa Namida no Ato ni Nani wo Miru? (DOCUMENTARY OF AKB48 NO FLOWER WITHOUT RAIN 少女たちは涙の後に何を見る？)
- [2014.11.07] DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 The time has come Shojotachi Wa, Ima, Sono Senaka Ni Nani Wo Omou? (DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 The time has come 少女たちは、今、その背中に何を想う? スペシャル・エディション)
- [2016.12.14] Sonzaisuru Riyu DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 (存在する理由 DOCUMENTARY of AKB48)
- DVD Magazines
- [2009.10.17] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.1 AKB48 13th Single Senbatsu Sosenkyo "Kamisama ni Chikatte Gachi Desu" (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.1 AKB48 13thシングル選抜総選挙「神様に誓ってガチです」)
- [2009.12.12] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.2 AKB48 Natsu no Saru Obasan Matsuri in Fujikyu High Land (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.2 AKB48 夏のサルオバサン祭り in 富士急ハイランド)
- [2010.01.20] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.3 AKB48 Kaigai Ensei 2009 (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.3 AKB48 海外遠征 2009)
- [2010.09.04] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.4 AKB48 17th Single Senbatsu Sosenkyo "Kaasan ni Chikatte, Gachi Desu" (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.4 AKB48 17thシングル選抜総選挙「母さんに誓って、ガチです」)
- [2010.12.25] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.5 AKB48 19th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.5 AKB48 19thシングル選抜じゃんけん大会)
- [2011.01.29] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.6 AKB48 Yakushiji Hono Kouen 2010 "Yume no Hanabira Tachi" (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.6 AKB48 薬師寺奉納公演2010「夢の花びらたち」)
- [2011.09.23] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.7 AKB48 22nd Single Senbatsu Sosenkyo "Kotoshi mo Gachi Desu" (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.7 AKB48 22ndシングル選抜総選挙「今年もガチです」)
- [2011.12.24] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.8 AKB48 24th Single Senbatsu "Janken Taikai 2011.9.20" (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.8 AKB48 24thシングル選抜「じゃんけん大会 2011.9.20」)
- [2013.06.22] AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.12 AKB48 Unit Matsuri 2013 (AKB48 DVD MAGAZINE VOL.12 AKB48 ユニット祭り 2013)
Compilations / Others
- [2011.09.07] Music Box Selection Aitakatta / Heavy Rotation
- [2013.03.20] Wreck-It Ralph Original Sound Track (#4 Sugar Rush)
- [2013.06.12] Braban AKB48! (ブラバンAKB48!)
- [2014.12.24] Watanabe Miyuki - Yasashiku Suru Yori Kiss wo Shite (#2 Harukaze Pianissimo)
- [2015.11.18] Disney ~Greatest Songs~ Hougaku-ban (#12 Sugar Rush)
- [2015.12.23] Fujita Nana - Migiashi Evidence (#2 Kimi wa Ima Made Doko ni Ita?)
- [2016.12.21] Jankenmin - Sakasazaka (#2 Kiseki no Door)
- [2005.12.08 - 2006.03.31] Team A 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームA 1st Stage「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2006.04.15 - 2006.08.11] Team A 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" (チームA 2nd Stage「会いたかった」)
- [2006.08.20 - 2007.01.25] Team A 3rd Stage "Dareka no Tame ni" (チームA 3rd Stage「誰かのために」)
- [2007.02.25 - 2007.06.26] Team A 4th Stage "Tadaima Renaichuu" (チームA 4th Stage 「ただいま 恋愛中」)
- [2008.04.20 - 2008.10.11] Team A 4th Stage "Tadaima Renaichuu" (チームA 4th Stage 「ただいま 恋愛中」)
- [2008.10.19 - 2010.05.20] Team A 5th Stage "Renai Kinshi Jourei" (チームA 5th Stage 「恋愛禁止条例」)
- [2010.07.27 - 2012.10.29] Team A 6th Stage "Mokugekisha" (チームA 6th Stage 「目撃者」)
- [2012.11.02 - ] Waiting Stage
- [2006.04.01 - 2006.07.05] Team K 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームA K 1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2006.11.08 - 2006.12.14] Team K 1st Stage "PARTY ga Hajimaru yo" (チームA K 1st Stage 「PARTYが始まるよ」)
- [2006.07.08 - 2006.11.06] Team K 2nd Stage "Seishun Girls" (チームK 2nd Stage「青春ガールズ」)
- [2006.12.17 - 2007.06.22] Team K 3rd Stage "Nonai Paradise" (チームK 3rd Stage「脳内パラダイス」)
- [2008.05.31 - 2009.04.04] Team K 4th Stage "Saishuu Bell ga Naru" (チームK 4th Stage 「最終ベルが鳴る」)
- [2009.04.11 - 2010.02.21] Team K 5th Stage "Saka Agari" (チームK 5th Stage 「逆上がり」)
- [2010.03.12 - 2012.10.24] Team K 6th Stage "RESET" (チームK 6th Stage 「RESET」)
- [2012.11.01 - ] Waiting Stage
- [2007.04.08 - 2007.10.02] Team B 1st Stage "Seishun Girls" (チームB 1st Stage 「青春ガールズ」)
- [2007.10.07 - 2008.02.21] Team B 2nd Stage "Aitakatta" (チームB 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」)
- [2008.03.01 - 2009.02.01] Team B 3rd Stage "Pajama Drive" (チームB 3rd Stage 「パジャマドライブ」)
- [2009.02.08 - 2010.04.17] Team B 4th Stage "Idol no Yoake" (チームB 4th Stage 「アイドルの夜明け」)
- [2010.04.21 - 2012.10.22] Team B 5th Stage "Theater no Megami" (チームB 5th Stage 「シアターの女神」)
- [2012.11.03 - ] Waiting Stage
- [2011.10.10 - 2012.10.25] Team 4 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (チーム4 1st stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2007.07.01 - 2007.11.30] Himawari gumi 1st Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (ひまわり組 1st stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2007.12.08 - 2008.04.19] Himawari-gumi 2nd Stage - Yume wo Shinaseru Wake Ikanai (ひまわり組 2nd Stage 「夢を死なせるわけにいかない」)
- [2008.05.22 - 2008.10.07] Team Kenkyusei 1st Stage "Tadaima Renaichuu" (チーム研究生 1st Stage 「ただいま 恋愛中」)
- [2009.03.06 - 2010.04.12] Team Kenkyusei 2nd Stage "Idol no Yoake" (チーム研究生 2nd Stage 「アイドルの夜明け」)
- [2010.04.17 - 2010.06.18] Team Kenkyusei 3rd Stage "Renai Kinshi Jourei" (チーム研究生 3rd Stage 「恋愛禁止条例」)
- [2010.06.20 - 2011.04.03] Team Kenkyusei 4th Stage "Theater no Megami" (チーム研究生 5th Stage 「シアターの女神」)
- [2012.03.29 - 2012.09.08] Team Kenkyusei 5th Stage "RESET" (チーム研究生 5th Stage 「RESET」)
- [2012.08.19 - ] Team Kenkyusei 6th Stage "Boku no Taiyou" (チーム研究生 1st stage 「僕の太陽」)
- [2006.02.18] AKB48 Welcomebook vol.1
- [2006.03.01] Micchaku! "AKB48" Photo Album Vol. 1 The Debut (密着!「AKB48」~写真集 Vol.1 the・デビュー)
- [2006.06.15] AKB48 Welcomebook vol.2
- [2007.03.03] AKB48 Jump & Cry ― Shinoyama Kishin Shashinshuu (AKB48 Jump & Cry―篠山紀信写真集)
- [2008.03.18] AKB48 Visual Book 2008 - featuring Team A (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2008―featuring team A)
- [2008.03.18] AKB48 Visual Book 2008 - featuring Team K (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2008―featuring team K)
- [2008.03.18] AKB48 Visual Book 2008 - featuring Team B (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2008―featuring team B)
- [2008.03.18] AKB48 Visual Book 2008 - featuring Research Student (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2008―featuring Research Student)
- [2008.12.16] AKB48 Complete Book 2005-2008
- [2009.08.20] AKB48 Sousenkyo! Mizugi Sunrize Happyou (AKB48総選挙! 水着サプライズ発表)
- [2009.12.08] AKB48 Oversea Travel Diary
- [2010.07.23] AKB48 Visual Book 2010 - featuring Team A (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2010―featuring team A)
- [2010.07.23] AKB48 Visual Book 2010 - featuring Team K (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2010―featuring team K)
- [2010.07.23] AKB48 Visual Book 2010 - featuring Team B (AKB48 ヴィジュアルブック 2010―featuring team B)
- [2011.10.xx] Marugoto AKB48 (まるごとAKB48)
- [2011.09.xx] AKB48 Janken Senbatsu Official Guide Book 2011
- [2011.09.xx] AKB48 1/48 Idol to Guamu de Koishitara Official Guide Book
- [2011.10.xx] AKB48 Changing Sticker Book Team A
- [2011.10.xx] AKB48 Changing Sticker Book Team K
- [2011.10.xx] AKB48 Changing Sticker Book Team B
- [2011.09.xx] AKB49 -Renai Kinshi Jorei- 4 (AKB49〜恋愛禁止条例〜)
- [2011.09.xx] AKB48 Chugaku English (AKB48中学英語)
- [2011.10.xx] AKB48 Saikyo Maruhi Joho Kyoku
- AKB49 ~Renai Kinshi Jourei~ (AKB49〜恋愛禁止条例〜)
- [2011.12.09] AKB48 Official Calendar Box 2012 CHEER UP! -Anata ni Egao wo Todokemasu-
- [2009.11.xx] Yan Yan Vol.9 (Cover & Feature)
- [2010.07.xx] B.L.T. (Feature)
- [2010.09.xx] B.L.T. Movie Girls Vol.3 (Feature)
- [2010.10.xx] UP to boy Vol.200 December 2010 Issue (Feature)
- [2011.08.xx] BOMB! September 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
- [2011.08.xx] UP to boy Vol.205 October 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
- [2010.11.xx] Yan Yan Vol.17 (Cover & Feature)
- [2011.03.xx] Yan Yan Vol.19 (Feature)
- [2011.04.xx] memew 51 (Feature)
- [2011.05.xx] Popolo July 2011 Issue (Feature)
- [2011.08.xx] memew Vol.52 (Feature)
- [2011.10.xx] ARENA37 Degree November 2011 Issue (Feature)
- [2011.10.xx] AKB48 Janken Taikai Special Issue 2011 (FLASH Extra Number)
- [2011.10.xx] UP to boy Vol.206 December 2011 Issue (Cover & Feature)
- [2011.10.xx] BOMB! November 2011 Issue (Cover, Feature & Poster)
- [2011.10.xx] AKB48 x Shukan Playboy Vol.2
- [2011.12.01] AKB48 Trading Collection BOX
- [2007.08.25] Densen Uta (伝染歌)
- [2011.01.22] DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 to be continued "10 Nengo, Shoujo Tachi wa Ima no Jibun ni Nani o Omou Nodarou?"
- [2012.01.27] DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 Show must go on Shoujo-tachi wa Kizutsuki Nagara, Yume wo Miru
- [2013.02.01] DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 No flower without rain Shoujo Tachi wa Namida no Ato ni Nani wo Miru?
-  Majisuka Gakuen (マジすか学園)
-  Sakura Kara no Tegami ~AKB48 Sorezore no Sotsugyou Monogatari~ (桜からの手紙 〜AKB48 それぞれの卒業物語〜)
-  Majisuka Gakuen 2 (マジスカ学園2)
-  Majisuka Gakuen 3 (マジスカ学園3)
-  Majisuka Gakuen 4 (マジスカ学園4)
-  Majisuka Gakuen 5 (マジスカ学園5)
-  Majisuka Gakuen 0 Kisarazu Rantouhen (マジスカ学園0 木更津乱闘編)
- [Nippon TV] (2008-10-01 to Present) AKBINGO!
- [Enta!371]（2007.10 - 2009.9) AKB48+10
- [Family Gekijo] AKB48 Nemousu Terebi (AKB48 ネ申テレビ)
- [Nippon TV] (2008-04-07 to 2008-09-29) AKB 0ji 59fun (AKB0時59分)
- [NHK] （2008.11.8-2009.3.31 to present) Suiensa すイエんサー
- [TV Tokyo] （2009.7.10 to present ） ShuukanAKB 週刊AKB
- [Enta!371] （2009.11.18. to present ） AKB1/48
- [bayfm] ON8
- [CBC Radio] AKB48 Konya wa Kaeranai... (AKB48 今夜は帰らない…)
- [Star Radio] AKB48 no Zenryoku de Kikanakya Dame Jyan!! (AKB48の全力で聴かなきゃダメじゃん!!)
- [Bunka Hoso] AKB48 Asu Made Mou Chotto. (AKB48 明日までもうちょっと。)
- [Bunka Hoso] Sakurazuka Yakkun no Sukeban Rengo Kinkyu Shukai (桜塚やっくんのスケバン連合緊急集会)
- [TOKYO FM] COUNTDOWN JAPAN
- [TOKYO FM] AKB48 no Yonpachi After (AKB48のよんぱちアフター)
- Cokyo Koukoku Kikyo (公共広告機構) / Mittsu no R de Chikyu wo Sukue! REDUCE RESUME RECYCLE (3つのRで地球を救え! REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE)
- Recrute (リクルート) / Hana Saku・Project (ハナサク・プロジェクト)
- Tokyo City「TOKYO exercises」
- Yomiuri Newpaper 『読売新聞×AKB48』
- Recochoku 「レコチョクの部屋 AKB編」
- Akimoto Yasushi begins recruiting members for the 'Akihabara 48 Project'
- 30 - Out of 7924 people, 24 girls are chosen for AKB48's first generation
- 3 - Lessons start in the Akihabara48 Theater
- 8 - Akihabara48 Theater opening night.
- 16 - Equipment trouble leads to the first handshake event. 50 fans participated
- 1 - 1st Indies Single Sakura no Hanabiratachi Released
- 26 - 19 girls are chosen from 11892 applicants to become Team K
- 1 - Team K begins performances
- 22 - Fanclub "Hashira no E" starts activities
- 23 - AKB48 appears in the drama Densha Otoko DELUXE Saigo no Seisen
- 25 - 1st Major Single Aitakatta released
- 3-4 - AKB48 First concert AKB48 First Concert "Aitakatta ~Hashira wa Nai ze!~
- 3 - 19 girls selected from 12828 applicants to form Team B
- 10 - Concert Tour AKB48 Haru no Chotto dake Zenkoku Tour ~Madamada daze AKB48!~
- 1 - Concert tour ends
- 8 - Team B debuts as a 16 person Team. AKB48 has 48 members
- 20 - 500th Theater Performance
- 2 - Watanabe Shiho graduates
- 30 - Masuyama Kayano graduates
- 31 - AKB48 appears on the Kouhaku Uta Gassen
- 23 - 7th single Romance, Irane is released.
- 27 - 8th single Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008 is released.
- 13 - 9th single, 1st Digital single Baby! Baby! Baby! is released.
- 15 - Kikuchi Ayaka fired
- 29 - Inoue Naru graduates
- 22 - 10th single Oogoe Diamond is released.
- 1 - Noguchi Reina and Matsuoka Yuki graduate
- 27 - Kawasaki Nozomi graduates
- 28 - Nenwasure Kanshasai Shuffle Sumaze, AKB! SKE mo Yoroshiku ne DVD is released
- 04 - 11th single 10nen Zakura is released
- 24 - Naruse Risa graduates
- 24 - 12th single Namida Surprise! is released
- 08 - 1st Senbatsu Election
- 21 - 14th single RIVER is released
- 10 - Majisuka Gakuen airs on TV Tokyo
- 17 - 15th single Sakura no Shiori is released.
- 07 - 2nd album Kamikyokutachi is released.
- 26 - 16th single Ponytail to Chouchou is released.
- 08 - 2nd Senbatsu Election
- 18 - 17th single Heavy Rotation is released.
- 27 - Ono Erena graduates
- 27 - 18th single Beginner is released.
- 12 - AKB48 certified as "Pop group with the most amount of members" by the Guinness book
- 20 - AKB48 Held their 3 day concert AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 100 2011
- 21 - New Sub-Unit Not yet is announced at AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 100 2011
- 22 - AKB48's movie DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 to be continued 10nengo, Shoujotachi wa Ima no Jibun ni Nani wo Omou no Darou? Premieres in theaters
- 16 - 20th single Sakura no Ki ni Narou is released
- 20 - Oku Manami announces she will graduate on April, 2011.
- 26 - Sakura Kara no Tegami ~AKB48 Sorezore no Sotsugyou Monogatari~ premieres on TV Tokyo
- 27 - New Sub-unit DiVA is announced at the end of a Team K theater show.
- 15 - Majisuka Gakuen 2 airs on TV Tokyo
- 06 - Team 4 formed
- 08 - 3rd Senbatsu Election results
- 24 - 22nd single Flying Get released
- 11 - New AKB48 sister group based on Jakarta, Indonesia, JKT48
- 20 - 24th single Janken Tournament at Nippon Budoukan
- 05 - AKB48 becomes the top-selling girl group in single sales
- 15 - 25th single GIVE ME FIVE! released
- 13 - Majisuka Gakuen 3 was aired on TV Tokyo
- 28 - Sato Natsuki graduates
- 01 - AKB48's movie DOCUMENTARY OF AKB48 NO FLOWER WITHOUT RAIN Shoujo Tachi wa Namida no Ato ni Nani wo Miru? Premieres in theaters
- 20 - 30th single So long! released
- 06 - Nakaya Sayaka graduates
- 28 - AKB48 announced 5 Dome Tour & Nito Moeno graduates
- 07 - Osaka Kyocera Dome concert
- 08 - Osaka Kyocera Dome concert
- 16 - Nagoya Dome Concert
- 17 - Nagoya Dome Concert
- 21 - 32nd Single Koisuru Fortune Cookie relased
- 22 - Tokyo Dome concert & Akimoto Sayaka's Graduation
- 23 - Tokyo Dome concert
- 24 - Tokyo Dome concert
- 25 - Tokyo Dome concert & Itano Tomomi's Graduation
- 18 - 34th Single Senbatsu Janken Taikai
- 23 - Nakamata Shiori graduates
- 30 - 33th Single Heart Ereki released
- 08 - AKB48 8th Anniversary concert
- 11 - 34th Single Suzukake no Ki no Michi de "Kimi no Hohoemi wo Yume ni Miru" to Itteshimattara Bokutachi no Kankei wa Dou Kawatteshimau no ka, Bokunari ni Nannichi ka Kangaeta Ue de no Yaya Kihazukashii Ketsuron no You na Mono released
- 31 - AKB48 appears on the Kouhaku Uta Gassen & Oshima Yuko announces Graduation
- 15 - Sato Amina graduates
- 22 - 5th album was released Tsugi no Ashiato
- 23 - AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 200 2014 5 day concert
- 24 - Applications for Team 8 are announced at AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 200 2014
- 26 - AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri announced for February 24 at AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 200 2014
- 24 - AKB48 Group Daisokaku Matsuri
- 26 - 35th Single Mae Shika Mukanee released
- 28 - Otona AKB temporary project announced
- 29 - National Olympic Stadium concert
- 03 - 53 girls selected to form Baito AKB
- 26 - 38th Single Kibouteki Refrain released
- 19 - Majisuka Gakuen 4 airs on NTV.
- 21 - 6th album was released Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe!
- 21 - AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 1035 2015 5 day concert
- 23 - AKB48 Group Draft Kaigi 2015 announced for May 10 at AKB48 Request Hour Best Set List 1035 2015
- 25 - New AKB48 sister group based on Niigata, Japan, NGT48 and New Theater Managers were announced
- 26 - Moriwaki Yui graduates, and an audition is held to find the Fukuoka representative for Team 8.
- 28 - Last performace for Baito AKB
- 04 - 39th Single Green Flash released
- 10 - AKB48 becomes the first group to sell 20 consecutive million-selling singles in the first week.
- 25 - AKB48 Young Members Nationwide Tour and a new unit Dendenmu Chu! is announced
- 26 - Saitama Super Arena concert, AKB48 team shuffle, and Kawaei Rina announces graduation.
- 07 - Hashimoto Hikari graduates
- 16 - 2015 Janken Taikai
- 07 - AKB Horror Night Adrenaline no Yoru airs on TV Asahi
- 18 - 7th album is released 0 to 1 no Aida
- 08 - AKB48 10th Anniversary concert
- 09 - 42nd Single Kuchibiru ni Be My Baby released
- 09 - AKB48 becomes the best selling artist after outselling B'z
- 16 - Ma Chia-Ling selected as the winner of the AKB48 Taiwan Audition. The remaining members become understudies.
- 20 - Natori Wakana graduates
- 23 - Nishiyama Rena graduates
- 16 - AKB48 Tandoku Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2016 3 day concert
- 17 - Kobayashi Kana announces graduation at AKB48 Tandoku Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2016
- 21 - Tokyo Dome Concert, for Takajo Aki and Nagao Mariya's joint graduation ceremonies
- 22 - AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2016 3 day concert
- 09 - 43rd Single Kimi wa Melody released, featuring graduated members Itano Tomomi, Oshima Yuko, Shinoda Mariko, and Maeda Atsuko
- 15 - Iwata Karen graduates
- 20 - Baito AKB Paruru Selection members debut at TOKYO GIRLS MUSIC FES. 2016
- 26 - Takahashi Minami's 2 day graduation concert at Yokohama Stadium
- 26 - Three new AKB48 sister groups based on Taipei, Taiwan, TPE48, Manila, Philippines, MNL48, and Bangkok, Thailand, BNK48
- 31 - Kobayashi Kana (along with Umeda Ayaka from NMB48 and Miyazawa Sae from SNH48/SKE48) graduates, marking the complete extinction of the 2nd generation
- 01 - 44th Single Tsubasa wa Iranai released
- 09 - AKB48 declares SNH48 (and its sister groups) a fully-independent group contract violations
- 18 - HARD OFF ECO Stadium Niigata Concert, 8th Senbatsu Election, and Kojima Haruna announces graduation.
- 25 - Utada Hatsuka, Noda Hinano, and Terada Misaki selected as the new Aichi, Mie, and Nagasaki representatives, respectively, of Team 8
- 15 - Separate concerts held for ranked and unranked members from the 8th Senbatsu Election
- 16 - 46th Single High Tension released
- 22 - Kojima Haruna's graduation ceremony at Yoyogi National Stadium First Gymnasium
- 26 - New AKB48 sister group based on China, AKB48 China
- 17 - Mougi Kasumi graduates, and an audition is held to find the Fukushima representative for Team 8
- 30 - 52nd single Teacher Teacher released
- 08 - Mitomo Mashiro selected as the new Yamagata representative of Team 8
- 10 - Shimoaoki Karin graduates, and an audition is held to find the Kagoshima representative for Team 8
- 12 - Kojima Natsuki and Tano Yuuka graduate
- 31 - Last episode of Produce 48 airs. Honda Hitomi (along with Miyawaki Sakura and Yabuki Nako from HKT48) rank in the top 12 and will debut in the resulting group IZ*ONE. They will be on hiatus from all 48 Group activities until April 2021
- 19 - 53rd single Sentimental Train released
- 20 - Fujizono Rei selected as the new Kagoshima representative of Team 8
- 08 - AKB48 13th Anniversary concert
- 07 - Fujita Nana graduates
- 18 - AKB48 Request Hour Setlist Best 100 2018 2 day concert
- 27 - AKB48 Group Asia Festival 2019 in Bangkok Presented by SHANDA GAMES concert
- 02 - Cho Kurena graduates
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