Seventeen Poised To Take Over Japan

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Watch: TWICE Takes 2nd Win For Signal On M!Countdown, Performances From KCON Japan By SEVENTEEN, Block B, GOT7, And More
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Watch: TWICE Takes 2nd Win For Signal On M!Countdown, Performances From KCON Japan By SEVENTEEN, Block B, GOT7, And More

TWICE has taken home their second trophy for their latest comeback, Signal!

TWICE beat out PSYs I LUV IT on the May 25 episode of M!Countdown. Instead of live performances, the show aired performances from KCON Japan this week, so the girls gave their thank-you speeches through a recorded video. TWICE thanked Park Jin Young, who made their title track, as well as their fans, known as ONCE.

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Over 30,000 people attended KCON Japan this year, which took place over three days from May 19-21. 27 artists (groups, solo artists and special units) performed at the concerts, including Block B, 2PMs Junho, GOT7, SEVENTEEN, Apink, PRISTIN, ASTRO, Heize, DAY6, Cosmic Girls (WJSN), DAY6, CNBLUE, MONSTA X, BTOB, and many, many more.

Seventeen successfully perform in Japan for their first world tour 'Diamond Edge'
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Seventeen successfully perform in Japan for their first world tour 'Diamond Edge'

From July 26-27,Seventeensuccessfully held their Japan concerts for their first world tour, 'Diamond Edge'!

During their two days in Japan, Seventeen were able to gather over 60,000 people for their first world tour. Throughout the concerts, Seventeen showed a variety of performances which showed their talents and charisma to the fans in Japan. Fans were captivated by the boys' performances and their stage presence.

In addition to the diverse performances from the vocal team, dance team, and the hip-hop team, Seventeen also sang songs in Japanese such as "20", "Love Letter", and "Healing".

SEVENTEEN Tops Oricon Daily DVD Rankings Chart In Japan
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SEVENTEEN Tops Oricon Daily DVD Rankings Chart In Japan

SEVENTEEN has risen to the top of yet another music chart in Japan!

On August 22, SEVENTEEN took the No. 1 spot on Oricons daily DVD rankings chart with the DVD 17 Japan Concert Say the Name SEVENTEEN. The DVD contains footage of SEVENTEENs solo concerts in Japan back in February. The concerts took place before the group even officially debuted in Japan, but the group proved their popularity by performing in the 7000-seat Kobe World Memorial Hall four times and performing in the 12,000-seat Yokohama Arena twice.

SEVENTEEN Tops Multiple Weekly Charts In Japan With Concert DVD
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SEVENTEEN Tops Multiple Weekly Charts In Japan With Concert DVD

After taking the top spot on Oricons daily DVD rankings chart, SEVENTEEN has conquered the weekly charts as well!

On August 30, Oricon revealed that SEVENTEEN took No. 1 on their weekly DVD combined rankings chart, weekly DVD music rankings chart, and the weekly DVD combined music video rankings chart for the week of September 4.

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The DVD contains footage of SEVENTEENs concert at the Yokohama Arena in February. The DVD was released on August 23 and held on to the No. 1 spot on the daily DVD music rankings for six days after its release.

These Animal Shaped Succulents Are The Latest Craze in Japan
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These Animal Shaped Succulents Are The Latest Craze in Japan

Forget your tiny cacti and aloe vera—dolphin succulents are the latest craze, and theyre here to stay.

These dolphin-shaped succulents, also known as Senecio perigrinus, are the latest fashion in the flora world. Aptly named dolphin succulents, these plants are what their name suggests: portable plants whose leaves look like leaping dolphins.

These green dolphins first went viral in Japan and soon swam across the Atlantic to capture the hearts of people everywhere.

Check out more photos of these viral succulents below!