To celebrate the official "One Piece Day" yesterday, 50-year-old anison singer Hiroshi Kitadani held a mini concert at Tokyo One Piece Tower to perform the One Piece TV anime's new OP song "OVER THE TOP" for the first time in Japan. This is the fourth time for him to sing an OP song for the long-running TV series. Check out his performance in a video report after the jump!
The One Piece franchise's official portal site One Piece.com announced today that "OVER THE TOP," the OP theme song for the TV anime's next "Wano Kuni Saga" is performed by 50-year-old anison singer Hiroshi Kitadani. This is the fourth time for him to sing an OP song for the long-running TV series. Hit the jump for more details.
Our best wishes are with Hiroshi Kitadani, who is being hospitalized for sudden hearing lost. Sadly this means his upcoming concert will be delayed. We have info on the plans and his condition after the jump.
Aspiring pirates in Okinawa will have another chance to strap on their running shoes and race for the gold, because the "One Piece Run" footrace is returning to the town of Chatan in the Nakagami District of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, in March of 2017. Hit the jump to learn more.
Avex has posted a four-minute music video for "We Can!," the current 19th OP theme song for the TV anime One Piece performed by Kishidan and Hiroshi Kitadani. It was filmed at Harmony Hall Zama in Kanagawa Prefecture on July 16, without a previous announcement to the fans. Check the clip featuring flash mob after the jump!
A special One Piece-themed athletic event is coming to the town of Chatan in the Nakagami District of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, in March of 2016, and it features a 5.5 kilometer run and an after party with musical guests. Hit the jump to learn more.
Lantis has posted a full version PV for anison super group JAM Project's latest PV "Kakusei X" from their 10th best album "X cures Earth," and a short PV for its member Hiroshi Kitadani's latest song "Sing my soul" from his debut 20th anniversary album "SCORE." Check the PVs after the jump.