Discussion in 'NMB48 Graduated Members' started by AikyiTaizne, Dec 7, 2010.
Anata no jinsei ga sekai ichi no monogatari de arimasu yō ni
Article from Oricon about Sayanee's graduation concert -
"NMB48 was my youth!"
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On 27th October, a graduation concert "NMB 48 SAYAKA SONIC - Sayaka, Sayaka, Sayonara, Sayaka ~" of NMB 48 was held at Osaka Expo Memorial Park East Square. A few days ago the weather forecast was concerned because it was raining, but it was a splendid autumn day on that day. It was a weather for the concert. When the opening time comes, a picture looking back from Mr. Yamamoto who joined the group from the age of 17 to the present is displayed, and when "OVERTURE" plays, a great cheering and shouting responds to the venue from 30,000 spectators.
Former NMB48 members return -
More pics and links to video -
I was listening to Seishun no Lap Time and it suddenly hit me that she’s leaving.
Sayaka said Seishun no Laptime was the first song she decided when coming up with the concert setlist. It had to be the last song because its the song where it all started.
No longer an idol but forever a punk!
Like it did for Mayuyu. Will take me a long while to get used to seeing that "Graduated Team N - Yamamoto Sayaka".
will someone please post a link if/when she opens twitter/instagram account?
It's finally the end of an era. Thanks Sayanee for all the memories in NMB48 (and AKB48)!
Sayaka's last ever NMB song was Seishun no Laptime. It was also her first NMB song.
Seishun no Laptime doesn't get as much love from the members because its so overplayed but all the fans love it and I'm really happy that in the end, Sayaka recognized this and chose it as her final song.
Can I ask why juri-chan has not make any comment or congratulate sayaka on her social media or anything, cuz.I really love their friendship
It was on her IG storyboard. I have no doubt Juri-chan is sad to see her leave (just like all of us)
But Juri's good at maintaining old ties when she can find the time. So I am not worried
It's Pocky Day! With fellow graduates Kadowaki Kanako, Kotani Riho, Ogasawara Mayu, and Jonishi Kei.