Hololive 0th Generation

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Hololive Generation 0 (ホロライブ0期生), previously known as Hololive Affiliated Talents, is part of Hololive where members joined outside of the usual wave of recruitment. Formerly an unofficial name for the group, members of the group eventually use the term in their social media handles, video title descriptions, and on certain merchandise involving them. An update to Hololive Production's official website finally officially lists them as "hololive Generation 0".

Apart "from 0th Gen", they are also called the "No brand Group" (無印組) or "Solo Debut Group" (ソロデビュー組)[1] for ease of reference within the community.[2] AZKi of INoNaKa Music is often grouped together with this generation of Hololive.

Members[edit source]

Tokino Sora
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Tokino Sora debuted on September 7, 2017 as the very first member of Hololive.

Fanclub:   Logo - Tokino Sora Fanclub logo (Textless).png ときのそらオフィシャルファンクラブ
NicoNico: ときのそらオフィシャルファンクラブ ときのそらオフィシャルファンクラブ (Deprecated)

Links SoraCh. ときのそらチャンネル       @tokino_sora
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Roboco debuted on March 4, 2018.

Links Roboco Ch. - ロボ子       robocosan_hololive       @robocosan     /u/robocosannnn
Sakura Miko
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Sakura Miko debuted on August 1, 2018 as an independent VTuber for Cover Corp. She then transferred to Hololive on December 25, 2018.

Links Miko Ch. さくらみこ       さくらみこ     @sakuramiko35     /u/SakuraMiko_hololive
Hoshimachi Suisei
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Suisei debuted as an independent VTuber on March 22 2018. She joined INoNaKa Music on May 19, 2019 together with AZKi, then later transferred to Hololive on December 1, 2019.

Music Space Twitter: @suisei_music

Links Suisei Channel       @suisei_hosimati
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AZKi debuted on November 15, 2018 as an independent VTuber under Cover Corp. She joined INoNaKa Music on May 19, 2019 together with Hoshimachi Suisei, and later transferred to Hololive on April 1, 2022 with the closure of INoNaka Music.

Links AZKi Channel       @AZKi_VDiVA

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