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Team Shachi


Years Active

2011 - present


Aichi, Japan






Honoka Akimoto
Nao Sakura
Haruna Sakamoto
Yuzuki Oguro

Former Member

Yuzu Ando
Chiyuri Ito

Team Shachi (チームしゃち) formerly known as Team Syachihoko is a 4-member idol girl group represented by Stardust Promotion under Section 3's 3Bjunior. The group was formed in 2012 by Section 3's managing director Ryoji Fujishita and is based in the city of Nagoya, Aichi prefecture. Team Shachi is the youngest sister group for both Momoiro Clover Z and Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku.

Group Notes[]

Introduction Line:

味噌カツ! 手羽先! エビフリャ~! チームしゃちほこです!はーー!

Misokatsu! Tebasaki! Ebi Furai! Team Syachihoko desu! Haaa—!

"Miso cutlet! Chicken wings! Fried shrimp! We are Team Syachihoko! Haa —!"

  • The members are the selected girls from Stardust Promotion who were born in Aichi Prefecture.[1]
  • The group debuted in their own street live event in front of Nagoya Castle, it mirrored its sister group Momoiro Clover Z that debuted in the street event at Yoyogi Park.[1]
  • The group's theme revolves around its goal to become the local idol from Nagoya and being proud of their hometown. References to Nagoya city and its regional specialties are often purposely being thrown in their acts and lyrics. For example Port of Nagoya Aquarium, Osu Shopping Arcade and Cafe de Lyon are mentioned in Koibito wa Sniper and there are mentions of a Nagoya-born lady in Triple Seven.[2]
  • Since Nagoya is known for unique local cuisine, some famous Nagoya foods including Miso Katsu, Tebasaki, Ebi Furai and Hitsumabushi and several Nagoya unique landmarks including Nagoya TV Tower, Nagoya Castle, Osu Kannon Temple and Nagoya Dome are often featured in their songs and music videos.
  • Most of their major singles under unBORDE record label are house music-centered, since their producer is also the director of fellow unBORDE hip hop and house music artist RIP SLYME.[3]
  • The group adept the color-assigned system like their oldest sister group.
  • The group's name, Syachihoko comes from a Shachihoko, an animal in Japanese folklore with the head of a tiger and the body of a carp.
  • All members except Haruna Sakamoto are at the same grade level (finished middle school in 2013, finished high school in 2016).


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The group was formed as a younger sister unit to Momoiro Clover Z and Shiritsu Ebisu Chuugaku. In April, the group debuted live on the streets of Nagoya (on the Nishinomaru Square), and continued with more events in the Nagoya area


On August 10th, during the HMV Idol Gakuen presents Nihon Jyūdan Idol Ranbu 2012 concert performance, news about their first major-label single was made. On October 31st the single was said to be a "Nagoya major-debut single", supported by a concert tour across the city of Nagoya. September 2, at the first concert of the tour, the group appeared in stage costumes looking like bowling uniforms and unveiled the title song of the upcoming single, titled The Stardust Bowling. Between September 2 and November 4, the group had to collect 10 “Crown points” in order to get their own solo concert. In order to do so the manager ordered them to do things such as “don't eat sweets in the dressing room while on tour" and "1000 sumultaneous viewers on the Ustream broadcast” They won 13 crowns receiving the right to hold a solo concert on December 30 at Nagoya's Club Quattro. Because of this the first major single was delayed for three months. On December 24 and April 7, they sold 2 limited Edition singles only sold at live concerts. As of 2012, all members live in Nagoya.


The group released it's next single on June 19, 2013. It's titled "Shuto Iten Keikaku" ("Plan for the Relocation of the Capital") and was marketed as their "pre-nationwide-major-debut single" (日本先行メジャーデビューシングル).

March 16, Team Syachihoko were tourism representatives for 2013 Nagoya Spring from 16th March to the 16th June

July 19, Team Syachihoko broadcastered their live event 'Soko Soko premium na event' on Nicovideo. 777 individuals won a lottery to see the event

August 23, Lottie Chocolate gave Team Syachihoko a challenge for their collaboration to "win the nationwide broadcasting right to CMTV for the first time!" In order to do this they must get more than 250.000 views of OEOEO before September 20th. The details can be viewed at Lottie Chocolate's official site.

They took part in 'Love Saves the Earth' 24/7 program

October 2, Team Syachihoko announced that they had won the right to broadcast their Lottie Chocolate nationwide broadcasting rights. The CM can be viewed here

They sang the theme song for the live action version of the well-known manga and anime, The Daily Life of Highschool Boys (男子高校生の日常). The song they used is Maji Kansha. Further information can be found here

October 30 the single Ai no Chikyū-sai will be released

December 21, the live concert Team Syachihoko Ai no Chikyuu-sai Matsuri 2013 in Aichi-ken Taiikukan was broadcasted from their Ustream channel.

It was announced that August 8 2014, Team Syachihoko will preform at Nippon Budokan.

December 5, they made an appearance on media breeding & reception of the Mexican tourist bureau at Grand Hyatt Tokyo. This because “Shuto Iten Keikaku” became the top of iTunes Store chart in Mexico.

On December 23rd to 25th the "Christmas candy boots" pizza orders were linked to Team Syachihoko's special Christmas party [2]


Janurary 15, it was announced they will collaborate with Tokyo-Culturt by BEAMS and are going to release t-shirts titled 'SYACHIHOKO SENSEN T.F.O.S'. They were pre-sold at Yarou Night 2014 and at a later date yet to be confirmed.

January 28, There were several videos of them baking with Lotte Chocolate as part of a advertisement campaign, uploaded on the LotteChocoMotionTV Youtube

They preformed at Nagoya's 60 Years Anniversary

The single l love it! was be released on iTunes on May 14th. It was a single in collaboration with Lotte Chocolate

On May 14th, it was announced that they would be a part of Girl's Festival 2014

On August 2nd, they were a part of MUSIC LIFE 14 Festival

On August 9th, they were a part of ROCK IN JAPAN Festival

On August 19th, they were a part of GIRLS' FACTORY

On August 28th, they held a one-man live at Nippon Budokan.


It was announced that Yuzu Ando will graduated from Team Syachihoko on September 29.


Chiyuri Ito Graduates from Team Syachioko


On June 25 Team Shachi was announced to be ambassadors for I love Nagoya campaign

On May 10th Team Shachi was the supporting ambassadors for Nazotoki Town Walking Game

On December 3rd it was announced that if people were to open an account with Bank of Nagoya from December 16 to ]March 31 they could receive a TEAM SHACHI IC card


Team Sachi will hold TEAM SHACHI TOUR 2020-Different Space- concery tour between Feburary 16 and April 26

On February 27 it was announced that their performance TEAM SHACHI TOUR 2020-Different Space- Saitama performance. would be prospered due to Coronavirus

On February 28 it was announced that Team Shachi would hold an event titled TEAM SHACHI "SHACHI SUMMER" on June 14

On March it was announced that the event TEAM SHACHI Twenties Talk Trip vol.4 on March 14 would be canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak


Color Name Kanji Date of Birth Notes
Nagoya Red Honoka Akimoto 秋本帆華 November 15, 1997 (1997-11-15) (age 24) Leader
Marriage Blue Nao Sakura 咲良菜緒 September 10, 1997 (1997-09-10) (age 24)
Murasaki Purple (tentative) Yuzuki Oguro 大黒柚姫 July 18, 1997 (1997-07-18) (age 24) Oldest member
Tebasaki Midori Haruna Sakamoto 坂本遥奈 February 2, 1999 (1999-02-02) (age 23) Youngest member

Former Member[]

Pony Pink Yuzu Ando 安藤ゆず September 26, 1997 (1997-09-26) (age 24) Graduated on September 29
Uirou Yellow Chiyuri Ito 伊藤千由李 January 24, 1998 (1998-01-24) (age 24) Graduated in 2018


Singles and Album Releases[]

  • Indie Singles
  • Major Singles
  • Digital Singles
    • [2014.02.14] Daisuki!
  • Limited Singles
    • [2012.12.09] Otome Juken Sensou (乙女受験戦争)
    • [2012.04.07] Otome Juken Sensou Another War (乙女受験戦争 Another war)
    • [2013.12.23] Tokeijikake no Unit-tachi vol.1 (時計じかけのユニットたち vol.1)
    • [2015.05.09] Tokeijikake no Unit-tachi vol.2 (時計じかけのユニットたち vol.2)
    • [2015.09.16] Kaijuu tottoto / Jirijiri Natsu Katsu Iinkai feat. Shimajiro (怪獣トットト/じりじり夏活委員会 feat.しまじろう)
    • [2016.08.31] Tokeijikake no Unit-tachi vol.3 (時計じかけのユニットたち vol.3)
    • [2016.11.13] Tokeijikake no Unit-tachi vol.4 (時計じかけのユニットたち vol.4)
  • Featured in Single
    • [2014] Nanairo no Stardust (七色のスターダスト) (with 3B Junior)
    • [2015] Back 2 the Wild (Japanese version) with Basement Jaxx
    • [2016] Feel with among Unborde All Stars
  • Album
    • [2014.08.20] Himatsubushi
    • [2017.02.22] Owari to Hajimari (おわりとはじまり)
    • [2017.10.18] Syachi BEST 2012-2017
  • Digital Album
    • [2014.07.02] Team Syachihoko Nyuumon-hen
  • Compilation albums
    • [2014.07.02] Team Syachihoko Nyūmonhen
    • [2015.07.24] Team Syachihoko Jitsuyōhen

Live Concert DVD and Blu-Ray Releases[]

  • [2013.04.24] Hatsu One Man Live (Ketsu) ~Kimi e no Omoi Jiki Shoushou~
  • [2013.08.14] Zeppzepphep World Premium Japan Tour 2013 ~Mikiri Hassha wa Mitsu no Aji~
  • [2013.12.04] Team Syachihoko Summer Festival 2013 ~Ryakushite "Syachisama♪"
  • [2014.05.28] Team Syachihoko Ai no Chikyuu-sai Matsuri 2013 in Aichi-ken Taiikukan
  • [2014.12.24] Syachisama 2014 ~Kamigami no Matsuri~ at Nippon Budokan


  • TV Variety Shows
    • Nagoya Syachihoko Gakuen. April 4, 2013 - March 27, 2014. TV Aichi
    • Yuru Syachi. April 5, 2013 - present. Me~ TV
    • Team Syachihoko Nihon Senkou Dokusen Special. June 23, 2013. SSTV Plus
    • Team Syachihoko no Reaction. August 8 - 13, 2013. Me~ TV
    • Team Syachihoko no Majide Gachi Nandesukedoo~!. October 16, 2014 - present. BS Fuji
  • Movie
    • Danshi Koukousei no Nichijo. October 12, 2013
  • Radio
    • Team Syachihoko Gobureishimashita!. January 5, 2013 - present. CBC Radio
    • Team Syachihoko All Night Nippon Mobile. June 12, 2013 - present. NBS
    • Team Syachihoko no NACK Syachiraji. May 11, 2014. FM Nack
  • Advertisement
  • [March 2019] Chunichi Shimbun ads


  • [2019.10.09] TEAM SHACHI Art Book Collection Vol.1 Utakata no Yume Akimoto Houk
  • [2020.03.06] TEAM SHACHI Art Book Collection Vol.2 reborn Oguro Yuzuhime


  • The group's name, Syachi (Killer Whale) follows the aquatic animal theme in 3Bjunior's group, after Ebi (shrimp) and later followed by Tako (octopus).
  • Team Syachihoko is the only group who carries 3Bjunior name in their logo, but they didn't carries that name since 3B junior (New Project) has been formed.


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