November 12, 2013

Kis-My-Ft2: “SNOW DOME NO YAKUSOKU / LUV SICK” music video released

Kis-My-Ft2 will release their double A-side single, “SNOW DOME NO YAKUSOKU / LUV SICK” on November 13. Music videos for both songs were announced simultaneously. A snow globe is the concept for the “SNOW DOME NO YAKUSOKU” music video. The seven members of Kis-MY-Ft2 are in a fantasy world inside a snow globe that a girl is holding. Inside the snow globe, the girls sing, dance in the snow, and float around while sparkling. The video is perfect for the chilly season ahead,... Read More

September 2, 2011

Kis-My-Ft2 / The Fastest in Johnny’s History to Go on a World Tour!

Making their grand major debut on 8/10, a 7-piece unit “Kis-My-Ft2″ made an announcement at their Tokyo Dome live on 8/28 about their Asia Tour coming up next spring in 5 countries including Korea, Hong Kong and Thailand. This is the very first time for an artist unit of Johnny’s Group to go on an overseas tour in the following of their debut. Kis-My-Ft2 would reset the record of Shonentai who debuted in 1985 and went on their first Asia tour in 2 years &... Read More

August 19, 2011

Kis-My-Ft2 / Debut Single Release in Asia!

A Johnny’s Jr. group of 7 members, “Kis-My-Ft2,” had made an announcement that their debut single “Everybody Go” released on 8/10 would be a simultaneous release in Asia. This new single indeed has been released in 8 Asian countries including Japan, Korea, Thailand and the Philippines. This is the very first time in the history of Japanese artists to make a simultaneous domestic/overseas release. Kis-My-Ft2 participated in KAT-TUN’s concerts... Read More

January 1, 2011

Kis-My-Ft2

Current members Hiromitsu Kitayama Kento Senga Toshiya Miyata Wataru Yokoo Taisuke Fujigaya Yuta Tamamori Takashi Nikaido In August 2005, two Johnny’s Jr. units, Kis-My-Ft and A.B.C. Jr., combined to form Kis-My-Ft2. The name comes from the first letter from each of their last names. KItayama, Senga, Miyata, Yokoo, Fujigaya, Tamamori & NIkaido (the kanji used for ‘ni’ (二) in Nikaido means ‘2’ in Japanese). They performed as a 8 member group... Read More