Voice actors Daisuke Ono and Hiro Shimono are off on adventures again, because Ono Shimono no Dokodemo Quest ("One & Shimono's Anywhere Quest"), a live-action "variety RPG" TV program in which the actors complete real-life "quests" to earn gold coins (despite foul weather and unreasonable demands from the staff) is returning to Japanese TV for a second season in Fall of 2020. Hit the jump to learn more.
To celebrate the release of its third print volume, Yankee-kun to Hakujou Girl ("Yankee-kun and the White Cane Girl"), a romantic comedy manga by Uoyama about a notorious delinquent and a visually-impaired high school girl that fall in love, has been adapted into a "voice comic" video that has been published to Youtube. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for 39-year-old voice actor Hiro Shimono's solo musical project has started streaming a three-minute preview video for his latest fourth single song "Soul Flag." According to the attached introduction by himself, it is "a cheering song for everyone who are living life to the fullest every day." See his dance performance with male office workers in suit after the jump!
A new trailer has been published for Chronos Jaunter (known in Japan as Chronos Jaunter no Densetsu), an upcoming live-action film starring voice actor Hiro Shimono as the protagonist in a story based on the time-traveling science fiction novels by Shinji Kajio. Hit the jump to check it out.
The official website for 38-year-old voice actor Hiro Shimono's solo musical project has posted a 150-second preview video for his latest single "sympathy" to be released exclusively on Pony Canyon's official online store Canime on March 20, 2019. Check out his new song with an introduction by him after the jump!
The Legend of Chronos Jaunter, 38-year-old voice actor Hiro Shimono's first starring live-action film based on Shinji Kajio's time travel-themed sci-fi novel, is set to be released in Japan on April 19, 2019. He plays a man who repeatedly time travels to the past using the "Chronos Jaunter" machine to save the heroine who died in an accident. Hit the jump for more information.
A new trailer and the Japanese TV schedule have been revealed for Ono Shimono no Dokodemo Quest ("Ono & Shimono's Anywhere Quest"), an upcoming variety TV program that pits voice actors Daisuke Ono and Hiro Shimono against a number of real-life challenges dreamed up by the TV show's crew as they tour Hokkaido. Hit the jump to learn more.
Ono Shimono no Dokodemo Quest ("Ono & Shimono's Anywhere Quest"), an upcoming variety TV show program that pits voice actors Daisuke Ono and Hiro Shimono against a bunch of random real-life "quests" dreamed up by the show's staff, has published an official teaser trailer that hints at the mayhem to come. Hit the jump to check it out.
Voice actors Daisuke Ono and Hiro Shimono are joining forces to conquer any challenge that comes their way in a new variety TV show entitled Ono Shimono no Dokodemo Quest ("Ono & Shimono's Anywhere Quest") that will broadcast on BS11 and other stations beginning in July of 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
As reported, 35-year-old Japanese voice actor Hiro Shimono released his first solo single "-REAL-" from Pony Canyon on March 16 as his debut 15th anniversary project. It ranked a very good 4th in the Oricon weekly single chart selling 23,000 copies in its first week. Hit the jump for more details.
35-year-old Japanese voice actor Hiro Shimono, best known as Syo Kurusu in the Uta no Prince-sama anime/game franchise, today announced that, as his debut 15th anniversary project, he will release his first solo single "-REAL-" from Pony Canyon on March 16. Hit the jump for more details.
Werewolf Battle: Werewolves vs. Detectives, a direct-to-video release inspired by the popular party game, pits 10 popular Japanese voice actors against each other in the roles of secret werewolves and sleuthing detectives. Hit the jump to learn more.
Korean-Japanese confectionery company Lotte has launched a new promotional campaign for its chewing gum brands using five popular anime voice actors: Yuuki Kaji, Kazuya Nakai, Tomokazu Sugita, Kenichi Suzumura, and Hiro Shimono, as their anthropomorphized characters. Check each gum boys' PVs after the jump.