Part 2 of the translated interview series from the SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME website with Art Director Usami Tetsuya and background artist Fujii Yuta.
In Part One of this translated interview from the SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME website, Art Director Usami Tetsuya and Art Designer Fujii Yuta talk about bringing the feel of 2001 Japan in the series.
23-year-old singer-songwriter Sayuri, aka Sanketsu Shoujo Sayuri, provides the second OP theme song "Aoi-bashi" (Aoi Bridge) for the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Kei Toume's drama manga series SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME. The new OP song will be used from the anime's next seventh episode to be aired tonight in Japan. Read her message after the jump.
Life is filled with moments of happiness and periods when you don't know if the good times will return. SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME showcases the latter half of that by having each of its four major characters deal with some form of loss. For some, it's just trying to find themselves in life, while for others, it's dealing with the tragic loss of a loved one. How are these characters dealing with their grief and where could they potentially end up as the series continues? Hit the jump to find out!