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2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan

The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan was held in Tokyo on October 26, 2016 and was hosted by Rip Slyme.

2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan
Date October 26, 2016
Location Tokyo
Hosted by Rip Slyme
Television/radio coverage
Network MTV Japan

Contents

NomineesEdit

Nominations were announced on September 1, 2016.[1]

Best Video of the YearEdit

Hikaru Utada — "Manatsu no Tōriame"[1]

Best Male VideoEdit

JapanEdit

Yu Takahashi — "Hikari no Hahen"

InternationalEdit

Justin Bieber — "Sorry"

Best Female VideoEdit

JapanEdit

Hikaru Utada — "Manatsu no Tōriame"

InternationalEdit

Ariana Grande — "Into You"

Best Group VideoEdit

JapanEdit

Exile The Second — "Shut Up!! Shut Up!! Shut Up!!"

InternationalEdit

Fifth Harmony (feat. Ty Dolla Sign) — "Work from Home"

Best New Artist VideoEdit

JapanEdit

Suchmos — "Mint"

InternationalEdit

DNCE — "Cake by the Ocean"

Best Album of the YearEdit

JapanEdit

BabymetalMetal Resistance

InternationalEdit

BeyoncéLemonade

Best Rock VideoEdit

Alexandros — "Swan"

Best Metal VideoEdit

Babymetal — "Karate"

Best Pop VideoEdit

Nissy — "Playing With Fire"

Best R&B VideoEdit

Daichi Miura — "Cry & Fight"

Best Hip Hop VideoEdit

AK-69 — "Flying B"

Best Dance VideoEdit

Boom Boom Satellites — "Lay Your Hands on Me"

Best ChoreographyEdit

Generations from Exile Tribe — "Ageha"

Special awardsEdit

Best Teen Choice AwardEdit

Sakura Fujiwara — "Soup"

  • Doberman Infinity — "Ga Ga Summer"
  • Scandal — "Take Me Out"
  • Sky-Hi — "Nanairo Holiday"
  • Rei Yasuda — "Message"

Inspirational Award JapanEdit

The Yellow Monkey

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nominees Announced for the MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2016". ARAMA Japan. September 1, 2016. Retrieved September 27, 2016. 

External linksEdit