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A Drama Series by AKB0048. See more ideas about AKB0048, AKB48 and.
Dubbed to «Majisuka Gakuen». IEMO_Wai is the name of the school in this drama, which is the shortest name of all the.
Erst im Juni 2017 war es dann über die Mediathek zu finden und beinhaltete; AKB-Model-Simulation; andere Titel mehrere Jahre nach dem Start einer kostenlosen Gepfleges.
Majisuka Academy: With Rie Kitahara, Haruka Shimazaki, Rina Kawaei, Yuria Kizaki. A teenage transfer student enrolls at an all-girls high school.
Majisuka Gakuen has 26 episodes, a Prologue, Epilogue and 1 Movie. Executive producer and director: Masaaki Yuasa, Executive Producer: Fumihiko Shimo, Executive Producer: Takayuki Noguchi, AKB48. See more ideas about AKB0048, AKB48 and.
Majisuka Gakuen (Japanese: マジスカ恋学園 Majisuka Koi-Gakuen?, lit. Mixi Academy Love School) is the name of AKB0048’s drama series. The series premiered on 13 September 2011 on Fuji TV, following the premiere of AKB48’s major theatre show.
Fans of the Subtitle Project can also experience their much-loved drama in any of 40+ languages. With subtitles in 11 languages, all titles are available in your choice of Cantonese,
Majisuka Gakuen Dubbed The Romance Of Maidens of AKB0048 Episode # 1. First aired on October 2, 2011. See more ideas about AKB0048, AKB48 and.
Toei released a DVD and Blu-ray for the show on December 28, 2011. Season 1 ended on February 28, 2012.
Majisuka Gakuen – With Rie Kitahara, Haruka Shimazaki, Rina Kawaei, Yuria Kizaki. A teenage transfer student enrolls at an all-girls high school.
Episode 1 is available for free or you can subscribe to the The Romance of Maidens of AKB0048 sub and keep watching the latest episodes of
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