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SKE48 チームKII

SKE48 チームKII

SKE48 チームKII


Team KII is SKE48 second team. The team first formed at May 25, 2009 with total 16 members and Takayanagi Akane as captain. Their first stage is the revival of AKB48's Team A 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」; Aitakatta which first performed on June 13, 2009. However, their first original stage is Team KII 3rd Stage 「ラムネの飲み方」; Ramune no Nomikata which first performed on November 1, 2011. Up until now, the members of the team are in-and-out because of demoted, promotions, and graduations. Read more on Last.fm
Team KII is SKE48 second team. The team first formed at May 25, 2009 with total 16 members and Takayanagi Akane as captain. Their first stage is the revival of AKB48's Team A 2nd Stage 「会いたかった」; Aitakatta which first performed on June 13, 2009. However, their first original stage is Team KII 3rd Stage 「ラムネの飲み方」; Ramune no Nomikata which first performed on November 1, 2011. Up until now, the members of the team are in-and-out because of demoted, promotions, and graduations. After SKE48 Team Shuffle on April 2013, the team now has total 15 members with still Takayanagi Akane as captain. AKB48's Kitahara Rie once joined the team as concurrent member, announced at the time of SKE48 Team Shuffle as transferred member from Team S, but didn't debuted because of her concurrent position revoked.

Oba Mina from the same group "replaced" her and joined the team officially on July 2013. They're currently performing the revival of AKB48's Team B 5th Stage 「シアターの女神」; Teather no Megami and announced will have new stage on June 2014. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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