Momonaki Promo


Years Active



Hokkaido, Japan


Stardust Ongaku Shuppan (STARDUST MUSIC)


Nana Tanikawa
Hinaki Yano

momonaki is a Hokkaidou-based R&B trio represented by Stardust Promotion under Section 3's 3Bjunior. The group was active from 2009 and disbanded on 2012 along with Momoko's withdrawal from Stardust Promotion.

Group NotesEdit

Momonaki drawing

"Mysterious Artist" momonaki picture in their official site

  • The first and currently the only 3Bjunior group specializes in R&B, all of their released singles were R&B songs.
  • All of the members are from Sapporo, Hokkaidou. The group was first debuted on a Hokkaidou Nippon Ham Fighters opening match as national anthem singer on May 3, 2010. The group was first introduced as "mysterious artist" and didn't show their faces in their publications.[1][2]
  • They were promoted by Lawson convenience store chains since their debut, and all of their singles were Lawson Hokkaido limited.
  • The group's name is an abbreviation of each member's name: Momoko Kawakami, Nana Tanikawa and Hinaki Yano.
  • Only Momoko participated in the group's activity after the second single, yet the name "momonaki" was still used in subsequent releases (Fallin' Snow and Kyoushitsu).



Name Kanji Date of Birth Notes
Momoko Kawakami (momoko) 川上桃子 September 8, 1996 (1996-09-08) (age 22) Leader, Main vocal
Left Stardust in 2012
Nana Tanikawa 谷川菜奈 January 30, 1997 (1997-01-30) (age 22) Left Stardust in 2014
Hinaki Yano 矢野妃菜喜 March 5, 1997 (1997-03-05) (age 22) Transferred to Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku
Left Stardust in 2012

Single ReleasesEdit

Indie Singles

  • Digital Release
    • [2010.01.20] Fallin' Snow (illumi.ver) (momonaki with Mayumi Ohira)
  • Compilations
    • [2009.12.02] STARDUSTMUSIC presents "Kokoro mo NATURAL" Special Sampler


  • The group tend to have a drawing to represent their publications. The group's official picture is a drawing of mythical beast Kirin. All of their single jacket covers were drawings.


External LinksEdit


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