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Kobushi Factory – Seishun no hana / Start line (8th Single)
Kobushi Factory was formed in 2015 and has been active for about 5 years. To be dissolved with a live performance on March 30, 2020. This is the last single! (C) RS
2015年に結成され約5年間活動してきた『こぶしファクトリー』。2020年3月30日のライブ公演を以て解散することに。今作がラストシングル! (C)RS[note: translation via Google Translate]
01. Seishun no Hana
02. Start Line
LIMITED EDITION A
- Seishun no Hana (Music Video)
- Seishun no Hana (Close-up Ver.)
LIMITED EDITION B
- Start Line (Music Video)
- Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (A Cappella Ver.)
- Nen ni wa Nen (Nen’iri Ver.) (A Cappella Ver.)
- GO TO THE TOP!! (A Cappella Ver.)
- LOVE Machine (A Cappella Ver.) (Morning Musume cover)
Kobushi Factory (こぶしファクトリー; Magnolia Factory) is a Japanese pop group under Hello! Project, originally formed with eight members from Hello! Project Kenshuusei in early January 2015. In 2015 Kobushi Factory won a Newcomer Award at the 57th Japan Record Awards and were nominated for the Best Newcomer Award, which they subsequently won. Kobushi Factory is considered a successor to former Hello! Project unit Berryz Koubou and were given a name that was deliberated upon by Berryz Koubou leader Shimizu Saki and carried a similar naming to Berryz Koubou (Berryz Workshop). Their sister group is Tsubaki Factory. Kobushi Factory’s current lineup includes Hirose Ayaka (廣瀬彩海), Nomura Minami (野村みな美), Hamaura Ayano (浜浦彩乃), Wada Sakurako (和田桜子), and Inoue Rei (井上玲音).
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