Some members have left to help launch AKB48's sister groups. The member lineup often changes as when girls get older, they "graduate" from the group, and are replaced by members promoted from the trainees. Others have dropped out of the group without any graduation. Yuki Usami was the first member to graduate from the group on March 31, 2006.
AKB48 are a Japanese idol girl group formed on December 8, 2005. As of January 31, 2021, the group consists of 98 members, divided among several teams: Team A with 20 members, Team K with 20 members, Team B with 21 members, and Team 4 with 25 members, Team 8 with 42 members, the last of which have 30 members serving concurrently with other AKB48 teams.
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The election candidates were 246 girls from AKB48, its sister groups and former members. On June 8 the results were broadcast on Fuji TV and streamed live on YouTube, the latter with Japanese and English commentary. The winner was HKT48 member Rino Sashihara, a former member of AKB48.
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While i strongly agree that the article should be kept, i also agree that the article is a) no eye-candy in its current form and b) lacks a proper lede and references. Several suggestions have been made to restructure the article: 1. According to fan-wiki "wiki48" , which lists any former and current member based on their respective casting generation and gives the current status of each of them. 2. According to asian media wiki "generasia" , which just gives a comprehensive list of former full and trainee members with graduation dates 3. According to JA wikipedia : A extremely detailed list of any member`s movement between teams and sister groups. 4. According to Tarazuka revue , a very basic list of names. I am advocating the use of the format we are currently using for the current member roster (incl. Sousenkyo ranking) and would agree on a "generation"-based format as shown in wiki48. I am not supporting any separation of the article into "graduates" and "left for other reasons"...
Before i continue, i would like to know if that is something we can agree on before we have to face a sudden AfD. This is what i think contains the most useful informations without overdoing it. The example shows THE super star, one of the big names, a big name with a very individual career, and a relatively unknown. I included references from semi-journalistic, but by all means, very reliable sources. We have to be aware that japanese references are required in some cases. Any more ideas? The article has to be renamed of course. Something like "membership history of AKB48" or sth. Rka001 (talk) 19:56, 27 June 2013 (UTC) 1. You could make a large single table or two large tables (current and former, my preference) or multiple tables per generation and transfers (only good if there's an extensive "class of X" history). If the list will take on current members then the main article can be shortened to just a list of the actives and the captains. The members article can then be split b...
AKB48 is a japanese idol group with currently 90 members, split into three teams (A,K,B, and 4 (until disbanding in 2012)) and trainee members (Kyenkusei (hereby abbreviated KKS). This article gives a comprehensive overview on current and former members of the group. Please note, that groups of members that were casted during the same audition are referred to as "generations", whereas the term "graduation" describes a member`s departure. This reflects the school-like structure the group is using. In some cases, members have left the band without being graduated, usually because of conflicts with the management. The member lists include results of the general elections, which have been anually held since 2009. Grey boxes indicate that a given member did not participiate in that election year.
where is she in this article? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 15:53, 18 May 2014 (UTC) 1. Done added to team A graduates -AngusWOOF (talk) 14:49, 19 May 2014 (UTC)
I propose to remove the sections that are uncited and contain no wiki links; samples: 1. 1.1. List_of_former_members_of_AKB48#Kenky.C5.ABsei 1.2. List_of_former_members_of_AKB48#Baito_AKB In general, I believe that the names w/o links or citations should be removed per WP:V. Feedback? K.e.coffman (talk) 19:26, 11 November 2017 (UTC) 1. Keep the Kenkyusei section as members there have been listed with pictures on the AKB48 official website in previous iterations. AngusWOOF (bark • sniff) 20:23, 11 November 2017 (UTC) This list needs to be scrubbed to some simpler lists per WP:ALUMNI. Not every single alum from the group is notable. AngusWOOF (bark • sniff) 20:40, 11 November 2017 (UTC) I've simplified the list to the members who were part of the official roster, removed the team association, election and graduation results, and retained only the years active in the group. Kenkyusei are commented out for now as they don't quite meet WP:ALUMNI for notability, unless they have a Wikiped...
Apr 19, 2021 · The Japanese idol girl group AKB48 has a large number of members who have left the group for various reasons such as focusing on solo careers. Some members have left to help launch AKB48's sister groups. The member lineup often changes as when girls get older, they "graduate" from the group, and are replaced by members promoted from the trainees. Others have dropped out of the group without ...
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