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≒JOY (ニアリーイコールジョイ Niarīikōrujoi) also known as Niajoy (ニアジョイ) is a 12-member Japanese idol group produced by Sashihara Rino. It is the second sister group of =LOVE. 12 members of the group were announced on March 29, 2022. One additional member joined ≒JOY, making it a 13-member group on June 25, 2022. After Moeka's graduation, the group now has 12 members again.

The group's name reflects their hope "When the members and the fans who will be supporting them from now on, they would like them to feel the joy and happiness".[1]

They officially debuted on January 17th, 2024.

Members[]

Jurii
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Konoa
Amano Konoa

Ayumi
Ichihara Ayumi

Renon
Esumi Renon

Aimi
Ozawa Aimi

Mitsuki
Oshida Mitsuki

Aoi
Onishi Aoi

Mai
Takahashi Mai

Riko
Fujisawa Riko

Yuuka
Murayama Yuuka

Momoka
Yamada Momoka

Arisu
Yamano Arisu

Timeline[]

Note:       Member on Hiatus


History[]

Single Participation[]

=LOVE B-sides[]

≠ME B-sides[]

Discography[]

Singles[]

Year Title Release Date Oricon Peak Chart Billboard Peak Chart Note
2024 Taikukan Disco June 12 1[2] 6[3] ≒JOY's debut single
TBA October 16 ≒JOY's 2nd single

Mini Albums[]

Year Title Release Date Oricon Peak Chart Billboard Peak Chart Note
2024 Kitto, Zettai, Zettai January 17 1[4] 1[5] ≒JOY's 1st mini album

Digital Singles[]

Year Title Release Date Note
2022 ≒JOY July 3 ≒JOY's 1st digital single
Triple Date July 20 =LOVE×≠ME×≒JOY
Waratte Fragile September 28 ≒JOY's 2nd digital single
2023 Sweet Sixteen February 22 ≒JOY's 3rd digital single
2023 Ozora, Byun to July 19 ≒JOY's 4th digital single

Concerts[]

# Title Date
1 IKONOIJOY 2022
(イコノイジョイ 2022)
2022.07.03
2 Tokyo Idol Festival 2022
(東京アイドルフェスティバル2022)
2022.08.05 - 2022.08.07
3 ≒JOY First Regular Performance
(≒JOY特別公演)
2022.11.30
4 IKONOIJOY 2023
(イコノイジョイ 2023)
2023.07.29 - 2023.07.30
5 Tokyo Idol Festival 2023
(東京アイドルフェスティバル2023)
2023.08.04 - 2023.08.06
6 ≒JOY 1st Concert 〜Hajimemashite, ≒JOY desu.〜
(≒JOY 1stコンサート「初めまして、≒JOYです。」)
2023.09.03
7 IKONOIJOY Dai Kanshasai
(イコノイジョイ大感謝祭)
2023.09.12 - 2023.09.18
8 ≒JOY 1st Tour "Absolute"
(≒JOY 1st Tour 「Absolute」)
2023.12.25 - 2024.01.12
9 ≒JOY 2nd ANNIVERSARY PREMIUM CONCERT 2024.02.23

Events[]

Sports Events[]

  • [2022.10.15] IKONOIJOY Dai Undoukai 2022 (イコノイジョイ大運動会 2022)

Thanksgiving Events[]

References[]

  1. https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000003174.000013546.html
  2. Taikukan Disco by Oricon on www.oricon.co.jp (archived from the original on June 20, 2024)
  3. Taikukan Disco by Billboard on www.billboard-japan.com (archived from the original on June 19, 2024)
  4. Kitto, Zettai, Zettai by Oricon on www.oricon.co.jp (archived from the original on January 25, 2024)
  5. Kitto, Zettai, Zettai by Billboard on www.billboard-japan.com (archived from the original on January 24, 2024)
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