This one, which came out for the 2015 Winter Hello! Cons, would be Berryz' last as well as Country Girls' first. It also pre-dates Kobushi Factory, who were announced at that Hello! Con itself. Thus, the usual questionnaires are supplemented with a Berryz Kobo special as well as a new faces special (MM 12ki, S/mileage 3ki, the 5 new Country Girls).
This part of the questionnaire comes from the 'new faces' segment, where we get to know more about the new girls and what they think about other H!P members and senpai. Remember that this book pre-dates Kobushi Factory and Tsubaki Factory, but don't worry, they get their turn in the 2015 Summer Maruwakari Book.
Q4. I like this senpai's singing
Ogata Haruna: Sayashi Riho-san. She's really cool. Among what she's done, I liked 'Shabondama' and 'Kirari to Hikaru Hoshi' in particular.
Nonaka Miki: Sugaya Risako-san. Her singing is distinct and cool! I'd like to try singing like that someday.
Makino Maria: Suzuki Airi-san. I really like Suzuki-san's singing.
Haga Akane: Oda Sakura-san! Her clear voice is attractive.
Murota Mizuki: Suzuki Airi-san. Her voice is really clear, I would like to always listen to it!
Aikawa Maho: Fukuda Kanon-san. I particularly liked it when she sang 'Watashi no Kokoro' solo.
Sasaki Rikako: Natsuyaki Miyabi-san, Oda Sakura-san, Kudo Haruka-san, Tamura Meimi-san. I think it's amazing how they can bring out both powerful voices and cute voices.
Yamaki Risa: Sugaya Risako-san. I like her low tones,they're irresistible. I want to become able to sing like Sugaya-san. I always listen to Oda Sakura-san's solo parts repeatedly. Though I like her singing voice as well, I like her voice itself.
Inaba Manaka: Oda Sakura-san. She's always singing, and she's really stoic when it comes to singing, and seeing her practice countless times until she's satisfied, she really is someone who loves singing ♪
Morito Chisaki: Sayashi Riho-san. I really look up to her! Just her singing really has a great impact.
Shimamura Uta: Sugaya Risako-san. Her un-Japanese voice is lovely. I'd like to listen to her perform songs from all sorts of genres.
Ozeki Mai: Oda Sakura-san. Within me there's this image that it's got to be Oda-san if you're talking about singing. Oda-san's my goal!
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