3B Junior (3Bjunior) is the idol training department of the third section of the entertainment company Stardust Promotion. Originally it was the company's section dedicated to training female talents under 18 years of age, such as giving them acting lessons. Since 2014 it was reorganized into an independent department that specializes in idols.
|Aira (愛来)||December 8, 2002||Okuzawamura||3b Junior center, member of Gachinko 3|
|Okuzawa Reina (奥澤レイナ)||February 16, 1999||3B Junior Leader|
|Nakamura Yuu (中村優)||September 15, 1999|
|Nagayama Maari (永山真愛)||September 1, 2002|
|Ichikawa Yuzuki (市川優月)||November 2, 2003||Majestic 7|
|Uran (うらん)||October 12, 1999||Leader, on indefinite hiatus since January 16, 2017|
|Ohira Hikaru (大平ひかる)||July 23, 2002|
|Odagaki Hina (小田垣陽菜)||January 30, 2002|
|Kojima Hana (小島はな)||February 26, 2004|
|Saito Karin (斎藤夏鈴)||October 29, 2000|
|Suzuki Moeka (鈴木萌花)||February 5, 2002||Member of Gachinko 3|
|Kurimoto Yuzuki (栗本柚希)||October 5, 2000||Leaf Citron||Member of Gachinko 3|
|Hazuki Tomoko (葉月智子)||May 12, 1998||Oldest member|
|Nahara Sakuya (中原咲耶)||October 1, 2004||Saku-chan and Jiji||Youngest member|
|Uchiyama Ami (内山あみ)||January 17, 2000||Rock A Japonica||Leader|
|Naito Luna (内藤るな)||December 23, 2000|
|Ruka Shina (椎名るか)||July 28, 2001|
|Takai Chiho (高井千帆)||September 20, 2001|
|Hirase Misato (平瀬美里)||August 6, 2002|
|Amemiya Kanon (雨宮かのん)||September 20, 1999||Hachimitsu Rocket||Leader, member of Gachinko 3|
|Tsukamoto Sora(塚本颯来)||November 7, 2001|
|Mihuu (澪風)||June 1, 2000|
|Hanayama Shiho (華山志歩)||January 24, 2000|
|Kimino Maika (公野舞華)||December 20, 2001|
|Harima Reina (播磨怜奈)||February 13, 2002|
|Mori Aoba (森青葉)||May 12, 2001|
Releases under the name of 3B Junior.
|"Nanairo no Stardust" (七色のスターダスト)||January 1, 2014||2|
|3-B Jr. Petit Album (3-B Jr.ぷちアルバム)||August 30, 2008||—|
|Starda Last Daizenshǔ (スタダ 3Bjunior ラスト大全集)||January 1, 2014||4|
|2014||"Nanairo no Stardust"||Hideo Kawatani|
On February 4, 2015, it was revealed that during the recording of their main TV show 3B Junior Stardust Shoji on January 28, a 12-year-old member (name withheld) of 3B Junior suffered from air embolism, losing consciousness and falling in a coma as a result of air bubbles blocking the flow of blood to the brain, after inhaling huge quantities of helium as part of a game. The incident wasn't made public until a week later. The staff of TV Asahi held an emergency press conference to communicate that the member had been taken to the hospital and is showing signs of rehabilitation such as moving eyes and limbs, but her consciousness had not been sufficiently recovered as of yet. Police have launched an investigation due to a neglect of safety measures. The girl has since returned to school, although no statement has been made as to whether after-effects remain.
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3B Junior, a department of the Japanese entertainment company Stardust Promotion
3B Lab, a Japanese popular music group
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