Tag: j-pop

Netflix to stream Utada Hikaru’s Laughter in the Dark concert!!

J-pop fans get those glow sticks ready and jump on the couch. Japanese songstress Utada Hikaru will have her 2018 concert Laughter in the Dark available for streaming on Netflix. Her first domestic tour in 12 years, the video will document the concert’s final night on December 9, 2018 at Makuhari Messe to commemorate the …

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Square Enix’s new RPG looks cute!! However…

Have you ever watched “Love Live!” and wondered what it would be like with a bit more bloodshed? Well then here’s a game for you. Square Enix just released the teaser trailer for their upcoming action RPG, “Project Tokyo Dolls”, set to launch later this month. The tap-action game focuses on a pop idol group …

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Japanese songstress drops preview of NEW theme song for upcoming Death Note film!!

Namie Amuro, known for providing songs for Pokemon the Movie 2000, Inuyasha and One Piece, just released a short music video of her 46th single track titled “Dear Diary” which will serve as the opening theme for the upcoming live-action film “Death Note Light up the NEW world, a sequel to the two previous 2006 …

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Is Fantôme Utada Hikaru’s best yet?!

Fantome is the sixth Japanese studio album and ninth overall by Japanese-American songstress Utada Hikaru and the first of her albums to feature Japanese titled songs. The album includes Sakura Nagashi, Hanataba wo Kimi ni and Manatsu no Tooriame which were previously released digital singles. Fantome, just like its French title which means “ghost”, is …

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Title revealed for NEW Utada Hikaru album!!

Japanese-American sensation Utada Hikaru reveals the title for her first new album in 8 years! Fantôme, which is French for “Ghost”, is scheduled for release in September 28, 2016. This will be the first album to feature songs with Japanese titles. Utada had been known to title her songs in English. Fantôme will have 8 …

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J-pop songstress Hikaru Utada to release brand new album!!

Hikaru Utada announced today that she is ready to release her first new album in 8 years. The yet-to-be titled album will contain the tracks “Sakura Nagashi” (the Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo theme song), “Hanataba Wo Kimini” (the theme song for the Toto Nee-Chan: Fatherly Sister drama) and “Manatsu no Tooriame” (the theme …

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Asian Culture Fusion Festival Expands Its Seasonal Holiday Celebration

The Asian Karaoke Idol Invitational festival (TAKII) will be happening on December 27th and 28th 2014. What is TAKII? Well it’s the ultimate combination of asian music and culture here in Philadelphia at The Rotunda on 4014 Walnut St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104! We asked the president ad founder Damien “D-Chan” Warsavage what he has in store for the …

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The Legend Continues!!! TAKII 17 ~DENSETSU~ is nearly here

This Father’s Day weekend marks the return of “the world’s most fiercely extreme asian fusion festival” . The Asian Karaoke Idol Invitational (TAKII for short) is back for it’s 17th installment, titled DENSETSU. For those who don’t know what TAKII is, The Asian Karaoke Idol Invitational is the world’s most extreme Asian music/gaming festival held twice a year in Philadelphia. Created by Damien “D-Chan” Christopher, TAKII …

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“Cho-Ho-Ho-cobo!!!” TAKII 16 Making Its Seasonal Debut!!!

This Christmas weekend marks the return of “the world’s most fiercely extreme asian fusion festival” . The Asian Karaoke Idol Invitational (TAKII for short) is back for it’s 16th installment, titled Cho-ho-ho-cobo. For those who don’t know what TAKII is, The Asian Karaoke Idol Invitational is the world’s most extreme Asian music/gaming festival held twice a year in …

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TAKII 14 – The Recap

Once again, we were able to provide coverage for an awesome event in Philadelphia titled TAKII. If you don’t know what TAKII is (and you should by now), TAKII stands for The Asian Karaoke Idol Invitational and it is the “world’s most extreme Asian music/gaming festival” held twice a year in Philadelphia. Created by Damien “D-Chan” Christopher, …

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