Popular voice actress Nao Toyama, who made her solo debut as a singer on 1 February this year, will release her second single on 25 May. This single is a collaboration with the Spring 2017 anime Tsuki ga Kirei, a beautiful story about the pure romance between middle-schoolers. Both the opening and ending theme for the anime will be performed by Nao Toyama.
The music video for Toyama’s second single, ‘Ima Koko,’ has just been released. The video depicts a bittersweet story, and Toyama herself plays a girl in love with her classmate. As she approaches her graduation, she decides that she will confess her feelings to him at the ‘Graduation Stargazing Party,’ held by the astronomy club. However, the stargazing party is canceled. Will her feelings reach her classmate? For those of you who are interested, please watch the video down below. (The YouTube video only reaches the 2nd chorus. If you want to enjoy it to the end, the full video will be included in the special edition of the single)
(The YouTube video only reaches the 2nd chorus. If you want to enjoy it to the end, the full video will be included in the special edition of the single.)
In the video, we can see Toyama in a school uniform! You can enjoy a school uniform-clad Toyama on the CD jacket, too.
In addition, a special event has also been announced. Last time, Toyama held a free concert only in the Kanto area, at Lazona Kawasaki. However, this time she will hold free concerts at Hankyu Nishinomiya Gardens (27 May) and Nagoya Nadya Park (28 May)! If you are in Nagoya or the Kansai area on these dates, then please head over there to enjoy Toyama’s singing! Both events start at 2 p.m. and you don’t need to buy the single in advance to enjoy her performance!
And that’s not all! There will also be a special poster campaign taking place throughout Japan. Japan will be split into 4 different areas, with each of them displaying a different poster design. You might be able to see Toyama’s poster if you enter a CD shop in Japan!
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