About Us

Happy! Project is an all-American J-pop girl unit. Performing covers of many popular J-pop songs, they are known for their charming costumes and energetic live performances. Coming together in 2006, their aim is to become the first well-known Japanese pop group in America. Notably, in 2009 while in Los Angeles they made Japanese press appearing in FLASH magazine in their special issue documenting J-pop super group Morning Musume’s trip to Anime Expo. At the beginning of 2010, Happy! Project headlined their own concert for the first time at Animeland Wasabi in Denver, Colorado. Since then they have been performing live concerts across the United States. Through auditions and member graduations they have come to a stable lineup consisting of:


Leader, member since 2006.
Subleader, member since 2006.
Member since 2008
Member since 2010

Happy! Project has performed at these events! 

-A-kon (Dallas, Texas)
-Animefest (Dallas, Texas)
-Anime Expo (Los Angeles, CA)
-Izumicon (Midwest City, OK)
-Animeland Wasabi (Denver, CO)
-Mechacon (New Orleans, LA)
-Sakuracon (Seattle, WA)


5 Responses to About Us

  1. Jamie says:

    Yay, your website is looking a lot more efficient, fun, and professional. I wish it wasn’t so difficult to find members down here in the deep southern part of Texas. I’m still looking for members of course for my own group!

    You’re also lucky you got a new member and that Heather is back.

  2. happyproject says:

    Thank you Jamie! We’ve learned a lot in the last year, so we’re always looking for ways to improve! Good luck with your own group!

  3. Emily says:

    I live in Dallas and am interested in joining a Hello!Project group whether it be singing and dancing or just knowing more fans. Any advice?

  4. ジェイムズ says:

    凄い! 貴方たち上手ね。ハーピ!プロジェクトのげんきが大好きよ。

  5. Alyssa says:

    Konnichiwa, good luck Happy!project,

    when i grow up, i wish to be like u girls. i wish to make a dance group and perform J-pop songs. it may not happen, but i want to be just like u girls. i’m also interested in doing something like this later in my life.

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