Sashihara does it again 2017!


Facts first, commentary later.

The List

Senbatsu

01. Sashihara Rino (HKT48 – Team H) [246,376 votes – no change]

02. Watanabe Mayu (AKB48 – Team B) [149,132 votes – no change]

03. Matsui Jurina (SKE48 – Team S) [113,615 votes – no change]

04. Miyawaki Sakura (HKT48 – Team KIV) [82,803 votes – Up 2]

05. Ogino Yuka (NGT48 – Team NIII) [73,368 votes – Up 90]

06. Suda Akari (SKE48 – Team E) [63,124 votes – Up 1]

07. Yokoyama Yui (AKB48 – Team A) [58,314 votes – Up 4]

08. Souda Sarina (SKE48 – Team KII) [52,475 votes – Up 22]

09. Okada Nana (AKB48 – Team 4) [48,143 votes – Up 5]

10. Kitahara Rie (NGT48 – Team NIII) [45,684 votes – Up 2]

11. Takahashi Juri (AKB48 – Team 4) [42,663 votes – Up 4]

12. Shiroma Miru (NMB48 – Team M) [41,491 votes – Up 12]

13. Homma Hinata (NGT48 – Team NIII) [41,230 votes – NEW]

14. Furuhata Nao (SKE48 – Team KII) [40,202 votes – Up 15]

15. Takayanagi Akane (SKE48 – Team KII) [38,576 votes – Up 5]

16. Yoshida Akari (NMB48 – Team M) [35,540 votes – Up 61]

Undergirls

17. Mukaichi Mion (AKB48 – Team K) [35,201 votes – Down 4]

18. Matsumura Kaori (SKE48 – Team KII) [34,977 votes – REENTER]

19. Minegishi Minami (AKB48 – Team K) [34,688 votes – Down 2]

20. Sutou Ririka (NMB48 – Team N) [31,779 votes – Up 24]

21. Kato Rena (AKB48 – Team B) [30,282 votes – Up 5]

22. Oya Masana (SKE48 – Team S) [30,236 votes – REENTER]

23. Nakai Rika (NGT48 – Team NIII) [29,903 votes – Up 73]

24. Kojima Mako (AKB48 – Team 4) [29,699 votes – Down 5]

25. Takakura Moeka (NGT48 – Team NIII) [28,623 votes – NEW]

26. Oba Mina (SKE48 – Team KII) [28,554 votes – Down 4]

27. Ota Yuuri (NMB48 – Team BII) [28,452 votes – Up 25]

28. Tanaka Miku (HKT48 – Team H) [28,355 votes – Up 17]

29. Kawamoto Saya (AKB48 – Team 4) [28,118 votes – Down 2]

30. Kuranoo Narumi (AKB48 – Team 8) [28,037 votes – Up 4]

31. Moriyasu Madoka (HKT48 – Team KIV) [27,384 votes – Up 19]

32. Fukuoka Seina (AKB48 – Team B) [26,444 votes – Up 65]

Next Girls


33. Kato Yuuka (NMB48 – Team M) [25,988 votes – Up 51]

34. Fuchigami Mai (HKT48 – Team KIV) [25,900 votes – Up 6]

35. Tomonaga Mio (HKT48 – Team KIV) [25,733 votes – Down 12]

36. Ego Yuna (SKE48 – Team KII) [25,731 votes – Down 1]

37. Yabuki Nako (HKT48 – Team H) [25,364 votes – Down 9]

38. Tomiyoshi Asuka (HKT48 – Team KIV) [24,996 votes – Up 4]

39. Murase Sae (NMB48 – Team BII) [24,585 votes – Up 49]

40. Tashima Meru (HKT48 – Team H) [24,458 votes – Up 3]

41. Nishigata Marina (NGT48 – Team NIII) [24,401 votes – NEW]

42. Iwatate Saho (AKB48 – Team 4) [24,303 votes – Up 9]

43. Sasaki Yukari (AKB48 – Team A) [24,276 votes – Down 5]

44. Kamata Natsuki (SKE48 – Team E) [24,108 votes – Up 30]

45. Taniguchi Megu (AKB48 – Team A) [23,304 votes – Up 24]

46. Goto Rara (SKE48 – Team E) [23,225 votes – NEW]

47. Kubo Satone (AKB48 – Team K Draft Kenkyuusei) [22,895 votes – NEW]

48. Okita Ayaka (NMB48 – Team BII) [22,264 votes – Down 23]

Future Girls


49. Sakaguchi Riko (HKT48 – Team H) [21,643 votes – Up 10]

50. Tanaka Natsumi (HKT48 – Team H) [21,472 votes – Up 39]

51. Oguri Yui (AKB48 – Team 8) [21,296 votes – NEW]

52. Komiyama Haruka (AKB48 – Team 4) [20,910 votes – Down 31]

53. Yamaguchi Maho (NGT48 – Team NIII) [20,818 votes – NEW]

54. Ueki Nao (HKT48 – Team KIV) [20,640 votes – Up 4]

55. Muto Orin (AKB48 – AKB48 Kenkyuusei) [20,356 votes – NEW]

56. Takeuchi Saki (SKE48 – Team KII) [19,919 votes – Down 25]

57. Tanigawa Airi (NMB48 – Team N) [19,752 votes – REENTER]

58. Arai Yuki (SKE48 – Team KII) [19,467 votes – Up 28]

59. Matsuoka Natsumi (HKT48 – Team H) [19,372 votes – Down 13]

60. Shibuya Nagisa (NMB48 – Team M) [19,263 votes – Down 4]

61. Ichikawa Miori (NMB48 – Team N) [18,814 votes – Up 20]

62. Motomura Aoi (HKT48 – Team KIV) [18,363 votes – Down 26]

63. Kumazaki Haruka (SKE48 – Team E) [18,299 votes – Up 4]

64. Kitagawa Ryoha (SKE48 – Team S) [18,052 votes – no change]

Upcoming Girls


65. Ota Nao (AKB48 – Team 8) [17,757 votes – NEW]

66. Tani Marika (SKE48 – Team E) [17,744 votes – Down 11]

67. Nagano Serika (AKB48 – Team 8) [17,662 votes – NEW]

68. Sato Sumire (SKE48 – Team E) [17,320 votes – Up 7]

69. Sakaguchi Nagisa (AKB48 – Team 8) [17,303 votes – Up 1]

70. Miyajima Aya (NGT48 – NGT48 Kenkyuusei) [16,930 votes – NEW]

71. Kato Minami (NGT48 – Team NIII) [16,641 votes – Up 5]

72. Obata Yuna (SKE48 – Team KII) [16,511 votes – NEW]

73. Hiwatashi Yui (AKB48 – Team A) [16,492 votes – NEW]

74. Mogi Shinobu (AKB48 – Team K) [16,393 votes – Down 27]

75. Omori Miyuu (AKB48 – Team 4) [16,162 votes – Down 2]

76. Goto Moe (AKB48 – Team B) [16,097 votes – NEW]

77. Kado Yuria (NGT48 – NGT48 Kenkyuusei) [15,990 votes – NEW]

78. Takahata Yuki (SKE48 – Team E) [15,804 votes – NEW]

79. Toyonaga Aki (HKT48 – HKT48 Kenkyuusei) [15,598 votes – NEW]

80. Matsuoka Hana (HKT48 – Team TII) [15,396 votes – NEW]

 

The Commentary

From @missingno15

  • There are more significant jumps in rankings this year than in previous years
  • One does not need to be told that Sasshi is on a completely different level than everyone else getting about 100,000 votes over Mayuyu this year and last year
  • An side event that people had been focusing on up until the days before the Sousenkyo was the SHOWROOM Sousenkyo event where Onishi Momoka had a 15,000,000 point lead over Nakai Rika but when it came to day on opening of the votes, Nakai Rika ranked in Undergirls whereas Onishi Momoka did not rank at all. Though Onishi Momoka did not rank this year, it is thought that her dedication to streaming daily on SHOWROOM and winning this year’s SHOWROOM event will create the base of her success in the future
  • Many big things happening in this Sousenkyo in general, from the cancellation of the water theme park style concert that was supposed to take place, to Watanabe Mayu’s graduation announcement, and what (unfortunately) overshadowed all of that was surprising Suto Ririka’s marriage announcement

… and, DISCUSS!

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