The official YouTube channel for voice actress Minori Suzuki, best known as the voice of Freyja Wion in the Macross Delta anime franchise, has posted a six-minute digest of her latest live concert "Suzuki Minori 2nd LIVE TOUR 2020 ~Now Is The Time!~" held in Tokyo in December 2020. Watch her cool and cure performances after the jump!
Instead of the canceled "SUMMER CHAMPION 2020 ~Minori Chihara 12th Summer Live~" at Kawaguchiko Stellar Theater in Yamanashi Prefecture, voice actress/singer Minori Chihara will live-stream her no-audience concert from the same venue at 18:00 on August 1 (JST). She has held her solo concert at the outdoor music hall every summer since 2009. Hit the jump for more information.
Voice actress Minori Suzuki is ready to release her second full album "Joumino" on August 26, 2020, following her first album "Miru mae ni Tobe!" in December 2018. The meaning of the title is "an album that collects only the most delicious and quality parts of Minori Suzuki." Hit the jump for more information and her recent anime theme song music videos.
Following the new OP song "Tsumujikaze" (Whirlwind) by Sumire Morohoshi, voice actress Minori Suzuki's official YouTube channel has posted a two-minute music video for "Ephemera wo Atsumete" (Collecting Ephemera), the ED theme song for the upcoming second season of the TV anime Ascendance of a Bookworm. Check out her soft singing voice and smile after the jump!
Voice actress / singer Minori Suzuki (Freyja Wion in Macross Delta, Momo Shinozuka in Chio's School Road) has kicked off a new project with a Youtube show entitled "Minoringo", and in her first official episode, she tests the theory that with the appropriate number of sauces and a can-do attitude, it's possible to consume an endless supply of McDonald's Chicken McNuggets. Hit the jump to check it out.
The official website for 22-year-old voice actress Minori Suzuki has announced that she will make her YouTuber debut on January 29, 2020, to promote her fourth single "Yozora" to be released on February 12. The song is now used as the ED theme for the winter 2020 TV anime Koisuru Asteroid / Asteroid in Love. Hit the jump for more details.
The official YouTube channel for 22-year-old voice actress Minori Suzuki (Freyja Wion in Macross Delta) has posted a two-minute music video for her fourth single song "Yozora" (Night Sky) to be released on February 12, 2020. The song is now used as the ED theme for the winter 2020 TV anime Asteroid in Love. Check out her lyrical singing voice after the jump!
The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Quro's four-panel slice-of-life manga Koisuru Asteroid (Asteroid in Love) announced today that it is set to premiere on AT-X, TOKYO MX, Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, TV Aichi, and BS11 on January 3, 2020. Check out the latest information after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Quro's four-panel slice-of-life manga Koisuru Asteroid is updated with a key visual and an 80-second first PV to introduce its five main voice cast. The clip is narrated by the anime's two main characters, Mira Konohata (CV: Tomoyo Takayanagi) and Ao Manaka (Megumi Yamaguchi). Check out the latest information after the jump!
August's ANiUTa Artist of the Month is part of an esteemed group: she's a Macross idol! This month, Minori Suzuki talks to ANiUTa about her love of music-themed anime, how she practiced to become a voice actress and singer, and who her favorite artist is. Take a peek after the jump!
The official YouTube channel for anime voice actress Minori Suzuki has posted a 100-second music video for her third solo single song "Dame wa Dame," the ED theme for the summer 2019 TV anime Magical Sempai. While showing her female knight form on the CD jacket, she also transforms into a female phantom thief in the clip. Check out her cute performance after the jump!
The official website for 21-year-old anime voice actress Minori Suzuki has started streaming a 110-second music video for "Henna koto ga Shitai!" (I want to do weird things!), the lead track from her first solo album "Miru Mae ni Tobe!" (Jump before looking!) to be released from FlyingDog on December 19, 2018. Check out her performance as a child zen priest at a temple after the jump.
Crunchyroll continues to dive into the Spring 2018 simulcast season with the announcement of Amanchu! ~Advance~, the sequel series to the 2016 Amanchu! TV anime based on the scuba diving manga by Kozue Amano. Hit the jump to learn the details.
Amanchu! Advance, the 2nd season of the TV anime adaptation based on Kozue Amano's Amanchu! scuba diving manga, is returning to Japanese airwaves beginning on April 07, 2018, and now a new preview video has been published has been published for the light-hearted series. Hit the jump to learn more.