Mogami Moga leaves

Mogami Moga, one of the most popular member of Japanese girls idol group Dempagumi.Inc, and her agency finally announced on 8 August that she leaves Dempagumi.Inc, following her announcement, because of her mental and physical problem, she can no longer carry on being one of the members of the group. She was eventually said among fans that she had been isolated herself from other members of the group since their final tour when she had cancelled alone their live event for a few times. The other member commented as though she was even countless in the group.

However, her agency officially indicates that she would stay at the Dear Stage and carry on her activities as an actress, but not as a singer any more. In addition, on her twitter account of Mogami, it looked like she unfollowed other members except Pinky…The remaining five members of, Mirin Furukawa, Risa Aizawa, Eimi Naruse, Ayane Fujisaki, and Yumemi, will continue group activities.

Mogami Moga is a Japanese singer born February 25, 1989, and now becomes former member of the idol group Dempagumi.Inc. Her official member color was purple in the group. She joined Dempagumi.Inc on December 25, 2011.

Nickname: Moga-chan
Birth Date: February 25, 1989
Birth Place: Tokyo, Japan
Blood Type: A
Height: 162cm

So now is a Japanese idol group composed of five girls, Mirin Furukawa, Risa Aizawa, Nemu Yumemi, Eimi Naruse, and Ayane Fujisaki. They belong to “DEARSTAGE” and are active in various fields. They occasionally perform at the live bar “Dear Stage” in Akihabara, Tokyo, and are deeply into otaku culture as their core fans. For example. they love video games, anime, comics, cosplay, and fashion. Dempagumi Inc. debuted in the Japanese music scene in November 2011 on a brand new label named “MEME TOKYO” produced by MOFUKU-CHAN with major record companyToys Factory.

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