AAA (pronounced as Triple A (トリプル・エー); a backronym for Attack All Around) is a Japanese pop group under Avex Trax which debuted in September 2005. AAA has five members: Nishijima Takahiro (Nissy), Uno Misako (宇野実彩子), Hidaka Mitsuhiro (SKY-HI), Sueyoshi Shuta (末吉秀太) and Atae Shinjiro (與真司郎). AAA is meant to appeal to music listeners of all sorts.
The Avex Trax group debuted in September 2005 with the Japanese theme song, BLOOD on FIRE, to the Initial D Live-Action Movie, which reached #9 on the Oricon Singles Charts. In the same year, they won The 47th Japan Record Award for Best new artist.
As of 11th June 2007, Goto Yukari has left AAA due to her continuing health problem, leaving AAA with 7 members. She has since gone on to pursue a career in advertising. 10 years later, on January 12, 2017, it was announced that Chiaki Ito would be leaving the group at the end of March because of pregnancy and marriage. Ito was married to 40-year-old non celebrity male in December 2016. 2 years later, on April 19, 2019, Urata was arrested for assaulting a 20-year-old woman. Following the arrest, on December 31, 2019, Urata announced that he would be leaving the group.
On January 15, 2020, AAA announced that they were halting activities on December 31 to focus on individual activities and personal lives, with a 15th anniversary greatest hits album entitled "AAA 15th Anniversary All Time Best -thanx AAA lot-" released on February 19, 2020.