You can find pretty much all of the info you wanted to, or didn’t want to, know on the links above (though never trust Wikipedia), so there’s no point in rehashing it here.  Besides, you’re here, so you probably already know what they’re about.

Suffice it to say it is the head of a bunch of different groups with lots and lots and lots of girls, all of which are cute, some of which are talented, and all of which are the focus of this page.


AKB48: Seifuku Ga Jamaosuru (制服が邪魔をする)

Today’s review is going to be on AKB48s fourth song in their discography, Seifuku Ga Jamaosuru – which means “school uniform is getting in the way”. I’ll summarize my thoughts on this particular song thus:  It made me sad. I knew when I started doing these reviews that I’d learn


AKB48: Aitakatta (会いたかった)

Before I start with this review, I want to say the following:  There are a few AKB48 songs I really like.  But there are a few I don’t.  This one falls into the latter category. This song was the third in their discography, and if not the most popular, certainly


AKB48: Skirt, Hirari (スカート、ひらり)

I’ve decided that for whatever bands/groups I review, with only a few exceptions, I’m going to go in order of discography.  So, I present to you, “Skirt, Hirari”.  The second single that AKB48 released after their debut, Sakura no Hanabiratachi.  Hirari means, I think, “lightly”. Even though I am familiar


AKB48: Sakura no Hanabiratachi (桜の花びらたち)

  The first review on this new site will be of AKB48‘s first song, Sakura no Hanabiratachi (the cherry blossom petals).  This is one of my favorite J-pop songs.  It was released by AKB48 on Feb 1, 2006, and rocketed them into fame as one of the preeminent Japanese idol



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