The official website for "Dragon Quest Live Spectacle Tour," the upcoming live stage show adaptation of Square Enix's internationally popular game franchise Dragon Quest has announced that 30-year-old otaku idol/singer/actress Shoko Nakagawa, aka Shokotan, is cast as Princess Alena. Check her visual and PVs for the show after the jump.
Sachiko Kobayashi, an enka singer known for her passionate voice and flamboyant stage costumes, is collaborating with Square Enix's smart phone RPG Mugen Knights in a special event that transforms her stage persona into a powerful boss character. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new TV variety program entitled "Shall We Gather at the Pokémon House?" begins airing on TV Tokyo on October 04, 2015, and it's hosted by Pokémon super-fan Shokotan and others. Hit the jump to learn more.
Shumi Doki, a talk variety television program on Japan's NHK E channel. will be offering a new segment in August and September of 2015 featuring an "anime voice actors cram school" with guest lectures by prominent voice actors such as Masako Nozawa and Shigeru Chiba. Hit the jump to learn more.
In case your Monday morning hasn't been bizarre enough already, hit the jump to check out a 15 second TV spot featuring voice actress / singer / cat lover Shoko Nakagawa riding a giant cat.
Today is the recording day of "PUNCH LINE!," the OP song for the upcoming TV anime Punchline, performed by a collaboration unit "Shokotan Daisuki Denpagumi" between Shoko Nakagawa and idol group Denpagumi.inc. Shokotan has posted her own illustration of the six members on her official Twitter. Check her latest art after the jump!
The official website for Noitamina's upcoming TV anime Punchline today announced its OP song artists. 29-year-old otaku idol Shoko Nakagawa, aka Shokotan, is teaming up with 6-member idol group Denpagumi.inc as a new unit "Shokotan Daisuki Denpagumi" to perform the OP song "PUNCH LINE!." Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for 29-year-old popular Japanese otaku singer/actress Shoko Nakagawa, also known as Shokotan, has revealed that a TV anime adaptation of her biographical essay book "Neko no Asiato" (The footsteps of cats) is in the works for a March 31 premiere under the title of "Omakase Mamitasu." Hit the jump for more details.