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Monday, March 14, 2016

Nogizaka46: 'Music Japan' show screenshots from March 13th

 Think the group has only appeared on four TV music shows so far promoting their next single "Harujion ga Saku Koro". Sure there's many more shows lined up for them but won't be doing too many posts for those shows, been a while since I've done one of these posts which is why you're seeing this one.
 That single comes out in eight days, there's another promo tie-in with 7-Eleven so would think there will be some sort of big event with them right around the single's release. There other tie-in with them was for the "Taiyou Knock" single which was also the theme song for their 'Bemars' drama. Not sure of the exact number but think that previous 7-Eleven campaign helped sales out by over 70,000 copies, they'll need at least that many to have have a chance of topping single #13's sales figure which is close to 740,000 copies sold.
































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