It’s been a while, hasn’t it? But I’ve returned from my ashes to present you with one of the things I was waiting for. Granted, this Mene’s interview has been published in Natalie.mu on May 10th which is already quite a while back. Especially since, in the meantime, someone translated the whole WagamamaShinsei interview elsewhere (click on that link to get to it) which might make this one less relevant.
What better thing is there than to celebrate the release of LADYBABY’s new single “Pelo” with an interview from one half of the duo?
Here we go. Natalie posted a small “solo interview” a month ago and I haven’t seen it translated, so I thought I might give it a go. It’s a pretty short read but you can still get a small insight of what Togaren has been thinking since joining Zenkimi. I hope everything makes sense, as always.
As all of you following this group must already be aware of, Kajunyan (or whatever the romanization of her pseudonym is, might very well be Kazunyan) has announced her retirement yesterday, because of a worsening condition of her feet’s disease. Ponto Pero then wrote a small but nice blogpost about this.
So as some of you may know, Saki, an ex-member of Guso Drop and currently soloist idol with her “group” 2& (DOUBLE AND), has released her first (?) MV on YouTube yesterday. First, I recommend you to give it a go.
Hello there, time for a yet another “new” flavor. Subs! Well, this is actually something I’ve done a couple of months ago, before this blog existed — back from my trip to Japan, I discovered an awesome group while being there that I went to see no less than five times in a row. Their musics were quite good and the girls all adorable (Momo is still my oshi). Their name? It’s in the title, but let me repeat it anyway: Kirakira Gerira.
Hey! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? But I’m back. Finally. FINALLY. Why do I say that? Because this is one interview I truly hadn’t planned on spending so much time on. And if it took me so long, it’s because of a mix of getting busy and the material’s length (my longest translation to date), which might be a good thing for you, at least. Anyway, it’s time for some Ano.