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Event / Concert AKB48 41st Single Senbatsu Sousenkyo (June 6, 2015)

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  1. natsu-kun

    natsu-kun Kenkyuusei

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    41st single Senbatsu Sousenkyo 2015
    June 6, 2015
    Fukuoka Yahoo! Auctions Dome
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    Official website: http://sousenkyo.akb48.co.jp/

    FINAL RESULTS
    SENBATSU
    1. Sashihara Rino (194,049) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #2)

    2. Kashiwagi Yuki (167,183) (AKB48 Team B) (last year: #3)

    3. Watanabe Mayu (165,789) (AKB48 Team B) (last year: #1)

    4. Takahashi Minami (137,252) (AKB48 Team A) (last year: #9)
    5. Matsui Jurina (105,289) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: #4)
    6. Yamamoto Sayaka (97,866) (NMB48 Team N) (last year: #6)
    7. Miyawaki Sakura (81,422) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: #11)
    8. Miyazawa Sae (75,495) (SKE48 Team S/SNH48 Team SII) (last year: #12)
    9. Shimazaki Haruka (73,803) (Team A) (last year: #7)
    10. Yokoyama Yui (63,414) (Team A) (last year: #13)
    11. Kitahara Rie (61,566) (NGT48) (last year: #19)
    12. Watanabe Miyuki (55,715) (Team BII) (last year: #18)
    13. Matsumura Kaori (53,667) (Team KII) (last year: #17)
    14. Takayanagi Akane (52,609) (Team KII) (last year: #31)
    15. Shibata Aya (49,199) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: #15)
    16. Muto Tomu (44,637) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: #24)

    Undergirls
    17. Kodama Haruka (center) (43,985) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #21)

    18. Suda Akari (43,665) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: #10)
    19. Minegishi Minami(35,506) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: #22)
    20. Oya Masana (30,021) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: #30)
    21. Tomonaga Mio (28,197) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: #27)
    22. Kizaki Yuria (26,994) (AKB48 Team B) (last year: #23)
    23. Tani Marika (26,051) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: not ranked)
    24. Furuhata Nao (25,650) (SKE48 Team KII) (last year: #55)
    25. Takahashi Juri (25,421) (AKB48 Team 4) (last year: #28)
    26. Kojima Mako (25,117) (AKB48 Team 4) (last year: #36)
    27. Oba Mina (24,708) (SKE48 Team KII) (last year: #56)
    28. Kato Rena (24,569) (AKB48 Team B) (last year: #32)
    29. Okada Nana (23,237) (AKB48 Team 4) (last year: #51)
    30. Takajo Aki (22,502) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: #26)
    31. Fuchigami Mai (22,487) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: not ranked)
    32. Tashima Meru (22,191) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #38)

    Next Girls
    33. Anai Chihiro (center) (22,146) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #39)

    34. Shiroma Miru (21,577) (NMB48 Team M) (last year: #43)
    35. Fujie Reina (21,388) (NMB48 Team M) (last year: #33)
    36. Jonishi Kei (21,135) (NMB48 Team N) (last year: #58)
    37. Sakaguchi Riko (20,936) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #60)
    38. Futamura Haruka (20,590) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: #34)
    39. Uchiyama Natsuki (20,437) (AKB48 Team B) (last year: #63)
    40. Yagura Fuuko (20,354) (NMB48 Team M) (last year: #41)
    41. Ota Aika (19,921) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: #42)
    42. Okada Kanna (19,739) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: #51)
    43. Moriyasu Madoka (19,401) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: #25)
    44. Mukaichi Mion (18,392) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: not ranked)
    45. Miyamae Ami (18,245) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: not ranked)
    46. Kojina Yui (18,085) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: not ranked)
    47. Tano Yuuka (18,048) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: #45)
    48. Kimoto Kanon (18,021) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: #50)

    Future Girls
    49. Sato Sumire (center) (17,579) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: not ranked)

    50. Sasaki Yukari (17,466) (AKB48 Team A) (last year: #32)
    51. Matsuoka Natsumi (17,387) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #57)
    52. Goto Risako (17,330) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: didn't participate)
    53. Isohara Kyoka (17,278) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: #44)
    54. Kotani Riho (17,132) (NMB48 Team N) (last year: #61)
    55. Souda Sarina (17,071) (SKE48 Team KII) (last year: not ranked)
    56. Umeda Ayaka (17,019) (NMB48 Team BII) (last year: #35)
    57. Mogi Shinobu (16,867) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: not ranked)
    58. Shibuya Nagisa (16,386) (NMB48 Team BII/AKB48 Team 4) (last year: not ranked)
    59. Kato Yuuka (15,729) (NMB48 Team N) (last year: not ranked)
    60. Yabushita Shu (15,666) (NMB48 Team BII) (last year: #59)
    61. Azuma Rion (15,539) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: not ranked)
    62. Kato Rumi (15,474) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: didn't participate)
    63. Yamauchi Suzuran (15,157) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: #69)
    64. Yoshida Akari (14,933) (NMB48 Team N) (last year: #72)

    Upcoming Girls
    65. Saito Makiko (center) (14,916) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: #75)

    66. Kitagawa Ryoha (14,674) (SKE48 Team S/AKB48 Team 4) (last year: not ranked)
    67. Omori Miyu (14,669) (AKB48 Team 4) (last year: not ranked)
    68. Umemoto Madoka (14,605) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: #68)
    69. Nagao Mariya (14,585) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: #65)
    70. Kamata Natsuki (14,545) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: not ranked)
    71. Ishida Haruka (14,319) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: #57)
    72. Ueki Nao (13,961) (HKT48 Team KIV) (last year: not ranked)
    73. Kumazahaki Haruka (13,777) (SKE48 Team E) (last year: not ranked)
    74. Tanigawa Airi (13,744) (NMB48 Team M) (last year: not ranked)
    75. Owada Nana (13,685) (AKB48 Team A) (last year: not ranked)
    76. Takeuchi Mai (13,549) (SKE48 Team S) (last year: not ranked)
    77. Ishida Anna (13,269) (SKE48 Team KII) (last year: not ranked)
    78. Shinozaki Ayana (13,170) (AKB48 Team K) (last year: not ranked)
    79. Ichikawa Miori (13,165) (NMB48 Team BII) (last year: #53)
    80. Motomura Aoi (13,116) (HKT48 Team H) (last year: #48)


    Preliminary results
    1st Prelims Results
    -------------------
    1. Sashihara Rino (Team H) (38,151)
    2. Kashiwagi Yuki (Team B/NGT48) (33,426)
    3. Watanabe Mayu (Team B) (29,924)
    4. Matsui Jurina (Team S/Team K) (26,901)
    5. Yamamoto Sayaka (Team N/Team K) (22,532)
    6. Takahashi Minami (Team A) (21,900)
    7. Shimazaki Haruka (Team A) (17,921)
    8. Kodama Haruka (Team H) (15,722)
    9. Shibata Aya (Team E) (15,667)
    10. Kitahara Rie (NGT48) (14,776)
    11. Tani Marika (Team E) (14,324)
    12. Miyawaki Sakura (Team A/Team KIV) (13,169)
    13. Miyazawa Sae (Team SII/Team S) (12,225)
    14. Matsumura Kaori (Team KII) (11,746)
    15. Fuchigami Mai (Team KIV) (11,637)
    16. Takayanagi Akane (Team KII) (11,382)
    17. Sakaguchi Riko (Team H) (10,516)
    18. Watanabe Miyuki (Team BII/Team B) (10,090)
    19. Futamura Haruka (Team S) (10,054)
    20. Yokoyama Yui (Team A) (8,667)
    21. Omori Miyu (Team 4) (8,655)
    22. Furuhata Nao (Team KII) (8,540)
    23. Takahashi Juri (Team 4) (8,377)
    24. Moriyasu Madoka (Team KIV) (8,313)
    25. Kato Rena (Team B) (8,182)
    26. Okada Nana (Team 4) (8,130)
    27. Tashima Meru (Team H) (7,698)
    28. Goto Risako (Team S) (7,566)
    29. Kojina Yui (Team H) (7,136)
    30. Tomonaga Mio (Team KIV/Team 4) (7,069)
    31. Kimoto Kanon (Team E) (7,051)
    32. Suda Akari (Team E) (6,866)
    33. Kamata Natsuki (Team E) (6,757)
    34. Jonishi Kei (Team N) (6,742)
    35. Mogi Shinobu (Team K) (6,709)
    36. Tomu Muto (Team K) (6,652)
    37. Komiyama Haruka (Team 4) (6,609)
    38. Ishida Anna (Team KII) (6,573)
    39. Kato Yuuka (Team N) (6,515)
    40. Okada Kanna (Team KIV) (6,325)
    41. Tano Yuka (Team K) (6,201)
    42. Okada Ayaka (Team 4) (6,110)
    43. Shinozaki Ayana (Team K) (6,018)
    44. Okita Ayaka (Team M) (5,860)
    45. Azuma Rion (Team S) (5,615)
    46. Kato Rumi (Team E) (5,610)
    47. Akiyoshi Yuka (Team H) (5,467)
    47. Isohara Kyoka (Team E) (5,467)
    49. Hidaka Yuzuki (Team KII) (5,414)
    50. Sasaki Yukari (Team A) (5,264)
    51. Umemoto Madoka (Team E) (5,255)
    52. Shimono Yuki (Team KIV) (5,005)
    53. Kumazaki Haruka (Team E) (4,972)
    54. Mukaichi Mion (Team K) (4,944)
    55. Tomiyoshi Asuka (Team KIV) (4,915)
    56. Kojima Natsuki (Team A) (4,908)
    57. Kizaki Yuria (Team B) (4,904)
    58. Matsuoka Natsumi (Team H) (4,895)
    59. Iwata Karen (Team A) (4,843)
    60. Minegishi Minami (Team K) (4,719)
    61. Oya Masana (Team S) (4,624)
    62. Yagura Fuuko (Team M) (4,565)
    63. Yabushita Shu (Team BII) (4,540)
    64. Uchiyama Natsuki (Team B) (4,520)
    65. Owada Nana (Team A) (4,376)
    66. Ego Yuna (Team KII) (4,355)
    67. Komada Hiroka (Team H) (4,265)
    68. Miyamae Ami (Team S) (4,244)
    69. Saito Makiko (Team E) (4,226)
    70. Sakai Mei (Team E) (4,218)
    71. Oshima Ryoka (Team B) (4,126)
    72. Souda Sarina (Team KII) (4,121)
    73. Kitagawa Ryoha (Team S/Team 4) (4,003)
    74. Goto Izumi (Team KIV) (3,942)
    75. Shibuya Nagisa (Team BII/Team 4) (3,906)
    76. Takajo Aki (Team K) (3,886)
    77. Fukuoka Seina (Team B) (3,845)
    78. Takeuchi Saki (Team KII) (3,836)
    79. Miyazaki Miho (Team A) (3,640)
    80. Oya Shizuka (Team A) (3,635)



    Ranking:
    Senbatsu (1-16)
    Undergirls (17-32)
    Next Girls (33-48)
    Future Girls (49-64)
    Upcoming Girls (65-80)


    Members allowed to participate: All current members of AKB48, SKE48, NMB48 and HKT48 (as of March 20 2015) + Nakagawa Haruka and Chikano Rina (JKT48)

    Applying time: March 25, 2015 (16:00 JST) - March 29, 2015 (22:00 JST)
    Voting time: May 19, 2015 (10:00 JST) - June 5, 2015 (15:00 JST)


    Election speeches (playlist): AKB48 - HKT48 - NMB48 - SKE48 - SNH48/NGT48

    Voting methods:​
    • Membership of AKB48 Fan Club "Nihon-bashira no Kai"
    • xxx48 Mobile Membership (any of the four groups)
    • AKB48 Official Smart Phone Application Membership
    • "xxx48 LIVE!! ON DEMAND" Monthly Subscription (any of the four groups)
    • AKB OFFICIAL NET membership
    • Voting Ballot included in regular, limited and theater editions of 40th single
    Preliminary results will be announced at respective groups' theaters on May 20.​

    The election guidebook will be out on May 13th.




    Members participating: (members in parenthesis are kennin members, who are calculated to their original group, like Tomonaga Mio from HKT48 and Matsui Jurina from SKE48)
    • SKE48 (62)
      • Team S (13): Azuma Rion, Futamura Haruka, Goto Risako, Inuzuka Asana, Kitagawa Ryoha, Matsui Jurina, Matsumoto Chikako, Miyamae Ami, (Miyazawa Sae), Noguchi Yume, Oya Masana, Takeuchi Mai, (Tanaka Natsumi), (Watanabe Miyuki), Yakata Miki, Yamauchi Suzuran
      • Team KII (14): Arai Yuki, Ego Yuna, Furuhata Nao, Goudo Saki, Hidaka Yuzuki, Ishida Anna, Kitano Ruka, Oba Mina, Souda Sarina, Takagi Yumana, Takatsuka Natsuki, Takayanagi Akane, Uchiyama Mikoto, Yamashita Yukari
      • Team E (15): Fukushi Nao, Ichino Narumi, Isohara Kyoka, Kato Rumi, Kimoto Kanon, Koishi Kumiko, Kumazaki Haruka, Saito Makiko, Sakai Mei, Sato Sumire, Shibata Aya, Suda Akari, Takatera Sana, Tani Marika, Umemoto Madoka
      • Kenkyuusei (20): Aikawa Honoka, Asai Yuka, Aoki Shiori, Goto Rara, Ida Reona, Kamata Natsuki, Kataoka Narumi, Kawasaki Narumi, Machi Otoha, Matsumura Kaori, Murai Junna, Nojima Kano, Obata Yuna, Ota Ayaka, Suenaga Ouka, Sugiyama Aika, Takahata Yuki, Takeuchi Saki, Tsuji Nozomi, Wada Aina, Yamada Juna


    TOTAL: 271 (kennin members are counted only once even though their names appear on two groups/teams)



    Members not participating:
     
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  2. plomeplome

    plomeplome Kenkyuusei

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    Seems like a cant find a dome near tokyo or got a cheap deal
     
  3. parousia

    parousia Kenkyuusei

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    Did wonder why they didn't take Nagoya or Osaka Kyocera Dome instead- but I think it's all good since it's indoors. Less grand though.
     
  4. greatmaxpower16

    greatmaxpower16 Kenkyuusei

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    Well less grand but it's better than the girls catching a cold while singing under the rain lol
     
  5. Trinu

    Trinu Upcoming Girls

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    I still think it's weird for them to go all the way to Fukuoka, though.

    Like... what's wrong with SSA? Or Yokohama Arena? Or the good old Budokan? :^^;:
     
  6. plomeplome

    plomeplome Kenkyuusei

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    Candidacy acceptance period: March 25 (16:00) ~ March 29 (22:00)

    Voting period: May 19 (10:00) ~ June 5 (15:00)

    Vote counting and announcement Date: June 6

    Prelim result to be announced at AKB Theater +Live report to other sister groups' theater too

    Rankings: 1-16 Senbatsu 17-32 Undergirls 33-48 Next Girls 49-64 Future Girls 65-80 Upcoming Girls

    Venue: Fukuoka Yahoo! Auctions Dome. Most likely the roof will be closed becaus they don't want to deal with the weather and noise issues like last year.

    AKB48 41st Single Sousenkyo Site:sousenkyo.akb48.co.jp. Comes out in August as usual.


    Too small, i think they looked for a dome and got fukuoka probably through a better/cheaper deal. Tbh doesnt really matter, they can held it in okinawa and peoplewill fly there since its SSK
     
  7. Reveen

    Reveen Upcoming Girls

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    The Budokan and Yokohama are too small and would be a step backwards. They use SSA so much they almost have a residency there :lol:

    A dome is a dome, it has a certain amount of prestige plus it's indoors so weather isn't an issue plus it'll be easier for the tv production. Hopefully they'll be able to do the SSK from other cities in the future too.
     
  8. Trinu

    Trinu Upcoming Girls

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    I understand them wanting to go big for such an event, but dunno. The Budokan series concert didn't seem like step backwards after performing at SSA. :^^;:

    I suppose they'll do the usual concert + election thing.
     
  9. Mayuyubro

    Mayuyubro Kenkyuusei

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    SSK campaign started , 40th single announced......my body wasn't ready

    I'm pretty ok with SSK in Fukuoka since I'm a hkt fan, sure thing Sasshi fans and hkt wotas don't want to see their oshi losing in her own house, the competence will be more fierce than ever
     
  10. plomeplome

    plomeplome Kenkyuusei

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    Well for the last 2 years they went for a stadium for SSK, descaling it back to arena or budokan would be too much of leaping backwards.
     
  11. Cristafari

    Cristafari Stage48 Moderator Staff Member Stage48 Moderator

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    Keep in mind this is in the middle of the baseball season. It is possible the other Domes may be in use that weekend. And as someone who had to sit and get drenched in that friggin' rain all day last summer, this is such a relief.

    In any case, I think it's cool that they are doing this event outside of Tokyo for once. I mean HKT/NMB/SKE are just as much a part of the organization as AKB. Why not have the Sousenkyo in Fukuoka?

    The other question is how will they handle the broadcast. Movie theaters or television? I gotta wonder if they might go the theater route this time around.
     
  12. emiche.

    emiche. Kenkyuusei

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    It's starting !
    I'll maybe be in Japan for the voting period and I was wondering what was the price of an AKB CD in Japan (like a Theater version)
     
  13. Cristafari

    Cristafari Stage48 Moderator Staff Member Stage48 Moderator

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    The theater editions must be preordered via chara-ani, and they cost around 1050 yen. If you are in town during the release/voting then you can simply buy the regular edition, which are around 1600 yen.
     
  14. plomeplome

    plomeplome Kenkyuusei

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    youtube or niconico stream would be ideal for me lol. But BS Sky perfect probably got that exclusively with the senbatsu on FujiTV as usual(?).
     
  15. gocchisama

    gocchisama Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    What a clean&clear thread, with all the source and information we need!!

    I immediately linked having the venue in Fukuoka with the mega push of Sakura and Sasshi being the challenger, but know that they just said it was for weather and noise issue, it kind of killed the hype lol. That being said, it is clearly an advantage for HKT fans to play in our field, as i don't think people from Tokyo region will massively come to Fukuoka just for the sousenkyo. It means it will be mainly locals, and more chance to have a lot of HKT fans in the audience.

    To have Sasshi victory, Sakura in Kami7 and Haruppi in senbatsu in Fukuoka, can't we dream more than that?
     
  16. ForrestFuller

    ForrestFuller Future Girls

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    Interesting to see it in a dome this year (guess they didnt wanna deal with the weather this year).

    Wonder if we get a concert before it like we have the last two years?
     
  17. Sakuraism

    Sakuraism Kenkyuusei Stage48 Donor

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    @gocchisama you're right, not that many people will. I really wanted to go, but the whole fukuoka thing is killing meeee.
     
  18. minaeshi

    minaeshi Kenkyuusei

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    I don't know if this used to be an issue for HKT fans, but if a fan from fukuoka who regularly goes to the SSK event in tokyo has to spend money on travel, they won't need to anymore, so that's a few extra votes ^^;
    I've got no problem with it being in Fukuoka, but I'm quiet surprised because it's their 10th anniversary, so I would have just assumed it would be in Tokyo. As others said, I would much rather an indoor dome where no one gets wet and freezes from the wind and rain.
     
  19. piyochama

    piyochama Kenkyuusei

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    I doubt they would do movie theaters. The TV stations wouldn't want to miss something that gets up to 20% ratings
     
  20. Cristafari

    Cristafari Stage48 Moderator Staff Member Stage48 Moderator

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    I was thinking about that. Having the event in Fukuoka would definitely cause a spike in television viewership.
     

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