Takamina Twitter:

Mayuchan came to play✨
I’m so happy to see her after a long time(・∀・)

Mayuchan’s photobook
If you didn’t know
It’s released today🎵

She has become so pretty
And unknowingly became a matured adult lady from a young girl
My eyes can’t stop looking at her

Mayuyu Twitter:

Takamina-san’s radio
I appeared for KoreNani live~
I met Takamina-san after a long time
I am so happy~~~!
The ones who had listened
Thank you so much😊👂

Takamina Twitter:

Today is the 200th day since I graduated from AKB(๑′ᴗ‵๑)✨
In a blink, I’ve learned so much during my solo time and everyday was spent fruitfully 
And, on this commemorative day, a new work
I had shooting for 『JJ』🎵
From November, I’ll have a series on JJ
Have fun❤️


A clip of Takamina’s live at Cotton Club aired on Mujack. Her live singing has improved so much.


kami 8 at AKB48 10th Anniversary memorial event

Just gathered some information about the flowers that senbatsu members are holding all thanks to my mom and some Japanese wotas on twitter, including meanings of those flowers. If there’s any mistake please inform me because I may get some flowers wrong.

Sashihara Rino: Peony (牡丹)
Flower language: King’s dignity, noble, magnificent

Kashiwagi Yuki: Orange Lily/or morning star lily (オレンジのユリ/姫百合)
Flower language:

  • If Orange lily: brilliant, amusing, hasty, careless
  • If Morning star lily: beautiful because you’re strong, pride, unchanged loveliness, lovely affection

Watanabe Mayu: Sunflower (ひまわり)
Flower language: brightness, radiance, admiration, devoted love

Takahashi Minami: Red rose (赤い薔薇)
Flower language: love, passion

Matsui Jurina: White lily (百合)
Flower language: innocence, purity, dignity

Yamamoto Sayaka: Hydrangea/Ajisai (紫陽花)
Flower language:

  • Japanese meaning: unity, friends, family, friendly
  • Western meaning: heartless, pride, inconstancy

Miyawaki Sakura: Pink Dahlia (ピンクダリア)
Flower language: brilliant, elegance, dignity

Miyazawa Sae: Peruvian Lily (アルストロメリア)
Flower language: gallant, sustained, assistance

Shimazaki Haruka: Blue baby’s breath (青いかすみ草)
Flower language: dearest wish/desire, dearest joy, pure heart

Yokoyama Yui: Blue chrysanthemum (青い菊)
Flower language: please trust me, noble, true love

Note: for YuiParu’s flowers, because they are blue which are not natural colors of their flowers => the blue color is artificial. And usually in Japanese hanakotoba, artificial flowers like that share 1 meaning “dream comes true”.

Kitahara Rie: Allium (アリウム)
Flower language: deep sadness, eternal sadness, kind, courageous
Purple Agapanthus/Lily of the Nile (紫アガパンサス)
Flower language: arrival of love, intellectual outfits

Watanabe Miyuki: Pink Gerbera (ガーベラ)
Flower language: gratitude, mystery, noble beauty

Matsumura Kaori: Lavender Eustoma/Lisianthus (ユーストマ/トルコキキョウ)
Flower language: grace, hope, eternal love

Takayanagi Akane: Pink Bellflower/Campanula (ピンクカンパニュラ)
Flower language: sincerity, gratitude

Shibata Aya: Carnation (カーネション)
Flower language: respect, passion, deep love

Muto Tomu: Gloriosa (グロリオサ)
Flower language: glory, brilliant, bravery