Wombat MARU passed away (Dec 21, 2019)
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Keeper Girls(the name is officially written in Latin script) is a female idol music group created in August 2015. The group is from Ikeda, Osaka, Japan and belonged (2015 through 2020?) to Satsukiyama_Zoo, the municipal zoo of Ikeda city.
The missions of Keeper Girls are follows:
Keeper Girls project is called "Wombat Dream Project Vol. 2".
Marina HAMADA (nickname: Maleena (present spelling in her autograph. Until 2016, she spelled "Marina"). ): born on Apr 19, 1993, color ■ Blue.
The leader. She is the best singer and MC in the group.
Adu SHIRAISHI (nickname: Adunyan): her real name is Azuki Yasuda, born on Apr 20, 1994, color ■ Pink.
She knows much about Japanese idol culture and has high skills for an idol.
She changed her stage name from Azuki Yasuda (nickname: Azunyan). She unveiled her new stage name, Adu Shiraishi (nickname: Adunyan), on Apr 2, 2016.
She graduated from the group on Nov 3, 2018.
Kotone KIMURA (nickname: Kotochan): born on Apr 27, 1999, color ■ Yellow.
The youngest. She is good at drawing pictures.
She graduated from the group on Sep 8, 2019.Kotochan's painting from Sep to Dec 2015 - from Jan to Mar 2016 - from Apr to Jun 2016 - from Jul 2016 to Sep 2016 - from Oct 2016 to Dec 2016 - from Jan 2017 to Mar 2017 - from Apr 2017 to Jun 2017 - from Jul 2017 to Sep 2017 - from Oct 2017 to Dec 2017 .
This idol project was announced at a press conference on June 7, 2015.
On Aug 22, 2015, the final stage of the audition was held. Then, on Aug 24, 2015, they were unveiled.
On Oct 17, 2015, they first performed the 1st original song, "VIVA! Smile!".
On Dec 23, 2015, their 1st single CD "Song of wombat" was released, and they first performed the song "Meccha Chiki-Chiki Daiboken".
On Feb 25, 2016, Ikeda city office delegated them as Ikeda sightseeing ambassadors.
On Nov 1, 2017, their 2nd single "YUME TSUKAME" was released (on iTunes).
On Jan 31, 2019, their 2nd CD "SATSUKIYAMA-no-WOMBAT" was released.
Japanese pop group The Keeper Girls on mission to help wombat Fuku find mate - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
AM - Japanese zoo raising funds to find a new Australian mate for Osaka wombat 05/02/2016 RADIO VIOCE Feb 5, 2016.
English site since Nov 8, 2015.
This website is not the official site of Keerper Girls.