This last Saturday at the Nippon Budokan a new record has been set as TOKYO GIRLS' STYLE becomes the youngest female group to perform on the stage with an average member age of 15. With the popularity of Asian pop on the rise, their chance to become big in the US is pretty high as well.
On December 22nd, 5-member idol group TOKYO GIRLS’ STYLE held a live concert at Nippon Budokan. Though the group attended an event, “Sashihara Rino Produce Daiikkai Yubi Matsuri ~Idol Rinji Soukai~“, held at the venue back in June, this was their first solo concert at Nippon Budokan.
During the live, the members’ ages that were not open to public until now, were revealed. The members’ ages are as follows; the leader, Yamabe Miyu is 16, Konishi Ayano is 15, Arai Hitomi is 14, Nakae Yuri is 15, and Shoji Mei is 15. Along with this surprise announcement, it was also announced that the group has become the youngest female group to hold a live concert at Nippon Budokan.
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