Tag Archives: Sayashi Riho

New PV Alert: Actor’s School Hiroshima – Japan GOOD!

You probably know Actor’s School Hiroshima (ASH) from their stellar alumni. The performing arts school figures big in the idol community with graduates including PERFUME, Morning Musume’s Sayashi Riho, Babymetal’s Nakamoto Suzuka, Nogizaka46’s Nakamoto Himeka, and new idol unit Manaminorisa. “Japan GOOD!” looks like a very polished student group exploring …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings August 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I balance two pencils at 90 degrees atop a circular list of the Hello! Project groups and chant “Charlie, Charlie, who rules the Projects?” Sometimes Charlie makes a mistake or two, but I …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings April 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, create representative audio clips for each group, and use a highly complex spectrum analysis to decide which Hello! Project groups were …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings February 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, feed the information to a highly evolved koala bear by embedding the printouts in eucalyptus leaves, and interpret the “output” into …

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Community Idol Awards 2014: Mechku

With 2014 coming to a close, I have come up with my list of awards for this year for idols and their PVs. This year was a positive progression for idols, as we got to see the expansion of many groups branching out to the west and some refreshing new …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings December 2014

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, run them through multiple sophisticated statistical software systems, and output a highly subjective ranking of the groups. If you pay attention …

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