Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ Onyanko Kurabu, "Kitty Club") was a large all-girl Japanese pop idol group in the 1980s. The group gave a new approach to the idol formula with its 52 official members and three unofficial members. Some members of the group participated in several subgroups such as Nyangilas, Ushirogami Hikaretai, and Ushiroyubi Sasaregumi, with the latter two groups providing most of the soundtrack to the popular 80s anime series High School! Kimengumi.

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  • Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ Onyanko Kurabu, "Kitty Club") was a large all-girl Japanese pop idol group in the 1980s. The group gave a new approach to the idol formula with its 52 official members and three unofficial members. Some members of the group participated in several subgroups such as Nyangilas, Ushirogami Hikaretai, and Ushiroyubi Sasaregumi, with the latter two groups providing most of the soundtrack to the popular 80s anime series High School! Kimengumi. The group debuted on April 1, 1985 on their own Fuji TV variety show Yūyake Nyan Nyan with eleven high school girls selected from participants in the Fuji TV All Night High School Girl Special (オールナイトフジ女子高生スペシャル Ōru Naito Joshi Kōsei Supesharu) aired in February that same year. The group disbanded on September 9, 1987 with a final concert. There have been several reunion appearances, including one on a recent episode of Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ. Several big-name idols stemmed from the group, one of the best known being Shizuka Kudō. The same formula was used by the more internationally familiar group Morning Musume, and people regularly compare Onyanko Club to Morning Musume. They even gave a small tribute to Onyanko Club at the end of their member "roll call"-esque song "Joshi Kashimashi Monogatari" when they do the classic "Nyan Nyan" pose. The song is similar to the series of three "Kaiin Bango no Uta" songs released by Onyanko Club. The Idol-Group formula pioneered by the Onyanko Club is also similar to another Yasushi Akimoto-produced group, AKB48. (en)
  • Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ, onyanko kurabu, « le club des chatons ») est un groupe féminin de J-pop des années 1980 à l'effectif changeant, ayant incorporé une cinquantaine de jeunes idoles japonaises au cours de son existence, dont certaines également en solo ou en "sous-groupes", concept qui inspira plus tard la création des Morning Musume, Hello! Project et AKB48. Il révéla notamment Shizuka Kudo. (fr)
  • Onyanko Club (jap. おニャン子クラブ, Onyanko Kurabu, dt. „Kätzchenclub“) war eine japanische J-Pop-Band, die es zwischen 1985 und 1987 gegeben hat. Sie bestand ausschließlich aus Schülerinnen. Mittels eines Castings wurden anfangs wöchentlich neue Mitglieder in die Band gewählt. (de)
  • Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ, Onyanko kurabu, también conocidas en USA como Kitten Club). Fue un grupo idol japonés, activo en la década de los 80. Era liderado por Yasushi Akimoto, productor en la actualidad de AKB48. (es)
  • おニャン子クラブ(おニャンこクラブ)は、1985年にフジテレビのテレビ番組『夕やけニャンニャン』から誕生した女性アイドルグループ。 (ja)
  • 小貓俱樂部(おニャン子クラブ)是1985年在富士電視台的電視節目“晚霞貓咪”誕生的女子偶像團體。 (zh)
  • Onyanko Club (яп. おニャン子クラブ онянко курабу, букв. «Клуб котят») — японская женская идол-группа 1980-х годов. Образована в 1985 году, распалась в 1987. Группа достигла в Японии статуса социального феномена, увеличив популярность образа японской школьницы и создав моду на группы со множеством солистов. (ru)
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  • Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ, onyanko kurabu, « le club des chatons ») est un groupe féminin de J-pop des années 1980 à l'effectif changeant, ayant incorporé une cinquantaine de jeunes idoles japonaises au cours de son existence, dont certaines également en solo ou en "sous-groupes", concept qui inspira plus tard la création des Morning Musume, Hello! Project et AKB48. Il révéla notamment Shizuka Kudo. (fr)
  • Onyanko Club (jap. おニャン子クラブ, Onyanko Kurabu, dt. „Kätzchenclub“) war eine japanische J-Pop-Band, die es zwischen 1985 und 1987 gegeben hat. Sie bestand ausschließlich aus Schülerinnen. Mittels eines Castings wurden anfangs wöchentlich neue Mitglieder in die Band gewählt. (de)
  • Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ, Onyanko kurabu, también conocidas en USA como Kitten Club). Fue un grupo idol japonés, activo en la década de los 80. Era liderado por Yasushi Akimoto, productor en la actualidad de AKB48. (es)
  • おニャン子クラブ(おニャンこクラブ)は、1985年にフジテレビのテレビ番組『夕やけニャンニャン』から誕生した女性アイドルグループ。 (ja)
  • 小貓俱樂部(おニャン子クラブ)是1985年在富士電視台的電視節目“晚霞貓咪”誕生的女子偶像團體。 (zh)
  • Onyanko Club (яп. おニャン子クラブ онянко курабу, букв. «Клуб котят») — японская женская идол-группа 1980-х годов. Образована в 1985 году, распалась в 1987. Группа достигла в Японии статуса социального феномена, увеличив популярность образа японской школьницы и создав моду на группы со множеством солистов. (ru)
  • Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ Onyanko Kurabu, "Kitty Club") was a large all-girl Japanese pop idol group in the 1980s. The group gave a new approach to the idol formula with its 52 official members and three unofficial members. Some members of the group participated in several subgroups such as Nyangilas, Ushirogami Hikaretai, and Ushiroyubi Sasaregumi, with the latter two groups providing most of the soundtrack to the popular 80s anime series High School! Kimengumi. (en)
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  • 小貓俱樂部 (zh)
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