Hello! Project's super idol group ?-ute will have their final overseas performances this week on April 13th in Mexico City, Mexico and April 16th in Paris, France.
?-ute, who announced their disbandment last year, will have their last performance at
Saitama Super Arena on June 12th 2017. Throughout their 12-year career, they have
performed extensively not only in Japan, but multiple times overseas in Mexico, France,
and Taipei, mesmerizing audiences of all ages worldwide.
Now, ?-ute will pass on their legacy to their kouhai (junior) group, Juice=Juice, who
announced that they will be embarking on their first worldwide tour in September.
Juice=Juice, a rising idol group, is a five-member Japanese group who has previously
performed overseas in Hong Kong and Taiwan in 2015. After receiving numerous
requests and offers from fans and industry persons worldwide, Juice=Juice will perform
for the first time in seven different countries. More details and dates will be announced
at a later date.
Formed in 2005, ?-ute is a five-member Japanese idol group from Hello! Project. The
group name ?-ute comes from the combination of the word cute and ? to represent
the passion and fiery body temperature of the members.
Maimi Yajima (25)
Saki Nakajima (23)
Airi Suzuki (23)
Chisato Okai (22)
Mai Hagiwara (21)
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Formed in 2013, Juice=Juice is a five-member Japanese idol group from Hello! Project.
Their group name Juice=Juice comes from various notions such as: just-harvested,
fresh-picked, spontaneity, natural, freshly squeezed, etc. Then with the individuality of
each member, you obtain Juice=Juice. Following the meaning of this name, each
member's image represents a fruit. With 4 years of activities, Juice=Juice's career
already a success, and they are ready to conquer the world with their fresh and fruity
Yuka Miyazaki (23)
Tomoko Kanazawa (21)
Sayuri Takagi (19)
Karin Miyamoto (18)
Akari Uemura (18)
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