We're finally finishing this series: my recommended TIF groups from T-Z. You can read the first four parts here, here, here, and here. Task have Fun (8/3-8/5) Task have Fun is a three person idol unit started in 2016 with the concept of having fun while going through the tasks of life. They aim to … Continue reading Tokyo Idol Festival 2018: Part 5
We've made it to part four of five, where I'll be talking about my recommended groups in TIF 2018 from N-S. You can read parts 1-3 here, here, and here. Negicco (8/5) Negicco is a Niigata based idol group that has been active since 2003 and is the second most well known group based in … Continue reading Tokyo Idol Festival 2018: Part 4
Have you read parts one and two? Well, we've gotten through the first part of the alphabet, but now I'll be giving my TIF recommendations from H-M. Hajirai Rescue JPN (8/5) Hajirai Rescue JPN started in 2013, but developed into what they are now in 2015. The concept of the group from 2015 on has been … Continue reading Tokyo Idol Festival 2018: Part 3
Now that we got the special stages out of the way in part 1, let's go on to the rest of the groups in the festival! In this post, I'll be introducing my recommended Tokyo Idol Festival groups from A-G. @17 (8/4 and 8/5) Did you know that @home cafe has its own idol unit? … Continue reading Tokyo Idol Festival 2018: Part 2
I'm not sure if I'll be able to finish this series before Tokyo Idol Festival starts, but I wanted to make a post about all of the groups performing at Tokyo Idol Festival that I would recommend. While I enjoy some of these groups, I won't be doing big writeups on AKB48, AKB48 Team 8, … Continue reading Tokyo Idol Festival 2018: Part 1
A lot of Alice Project members have come and gone, so did you ever wonder what happened to some of your favorites? Well, I might have the answers! Alice Juban Risa Sawada Risapyon is currently active on Instagram and sometimes replies to comments. You can follow her account here. Maari Watanabe Maari is working a … Continue reading Kamen Joshi/Alice Project Members: Where Are They Now?
Most idol groups have a YouTube channel where you can view music videos, lives, and maybe announcements. Obviously, I think this is great, but want to know what I enjoy even more? When idols branch out and make their own YouTube channels, whether it's to show behind the scenes footage of events, let fans see … Continue reading Idol Youtubers to Follow