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Morning Musume 19 & Their 59th Single "Oh My Wish!"

Updated on January 30, 2019
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Ara is a Journalism graduate from California State University Northridge who is looking to always explore his writing opportunities.

Introduction to the Single Oh My Wish!

The girl group then known as Morning Musume 15 was scheduled to release their then new single “Oh My Wish! / Sukatto My Heart / Ima Sugu Tobikobo Yuuki” on August 19, 2015. It is a single that has three songs.

The announcement was made on the YouTube program called Hello! STA #125. The songs were performed on the very first day of the group’s live tour called Hello! Project 2015 Summer Discovery Challenger on July 11, 2015. The venue that the songs were performed in is called NGK Spark Plug Civic Center.


A Photo of the Group Known as Morning Musume 15 at That Time

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Why is Morning Musume 19 Significant?

Morning Musume 19 is now the name of this group & it still keeps on releasing new material even though they have been overtaken in popularity by AKB48. Their name will be Morning Musume 20 next year but their goals will still be the same. These goals are to record songs, release albums, go on tours, and hold handshake events.

Oh My Wish & Its Importance to Japanese Pop Culture

The girl group Morning Musume (now known as Morning Musume 19) has released 15 studio albums in over 21 years. One of the newest singles is Oh My Wish! / Sukatto My Heart / Ima Sugu Tobikomo Yuuki. Oh My Wish! Is one of the group’s best songs ever. Fans of Japanese pop music should find the song really enjoyable. It may even be a song that you could listen to and dance!

How is the release of the single important to Japanese popular culture? This is because the group gives the world a source of entertainment and allows fans to meet their idols and get their autographs, something that would be harder to do in the Western World. This sense of openness is what allows for such a positive contribution to pop culture.

Song Titiles For the Single Oh My Wish!

The English titles for these songs are as follows:

1. Oh My Wish!

2. Refresh my Heart

3. The Courage to Jump in Right Now.

The single was released in six editions. These were the limited editions A, B, and C as well as the regular editions A, B, and C.

As of this writing, Oh My Wish! Sukatto My Heart Ima Sugu Tobikomo Yuuki has sold 149, 309 copies. The group finished their tour at Nippon Budokan on December 8, 2015.

Who Sang On The Single Oh My Wish?

The members that sang on the single were:

  • Mizuki Fukumura
  • Erina Ikuta
  • Riho Sayashi
  • Kanon Suzuki
  • Haruna Iikubo
  • Ayumi Ishida
  • Masaki Sato
  • Haruka Kudo
  • Sakura Oda
  • Haruna Ogata
  • Miki Nonaka
  • Maria Makino
  • Akane Haga

Sayashi announced her graduation back in October 2015. She graduated on December 31, 2015 after the concert called Hello! Project Countdown Party 2015 Goodbye & Hello!

The Themes for the Songs Oh My Wish, Refresh My Heart & The Courage to Jump in Right Now

Let’s go through this three song single one at a time. Oh My Wish tells the story of someone that thinks or believes that they loved their partner too much. They now want their partner to go out and really enjoy it. As they say: “go for it.” All of us have dreams that we must go for and pursue. My wish is to write more articles for my fans around the world as they are about to get more exposure of the girl group Morning Musume 19. The Courage to Jump in Right Now is a song about wanting to reject being treated like a child & doing the things that we want to do. We have to have the courage to jump in and take that chance even if we sometimes feel that 24 hours in a day isn’t enough time to do the things that we want to do. Refresh My Heart has an electro pop influence to it as the person described in the song has become anxious and they hate themselves to the point that they are wounded and they are looking for ways to refresh their heart and they plan not to run away anymore.

"Oh My Wish!" (Riho Sayashi Dance Moves)

© 2019 Ara Vahanian

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