Instead of her postponed fifth anniversary live concert "-live is ephemeral!-," voice actress Aya Uchida (Kotori Minami in Love Live!) live-streamed a no-audience concert "-decorate your live!-" at Omiya Sonic City Main Hall in Saitama Prefecture on March 15. A performance clip of her latest fourth single song "Reverb" from the concert is now steamed on her official YouTube channel.
The official website for anime voice actress Aya Uchida announced today that a memorial event for the release of her fourth solo single "Reverb" at Odaiba Venus Fort's Church Plaza in Tokyo on March 3 was canceled to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. But instead, she will live-stream a special program for the fans at 21:00 on the day. Hit the jump for more details.
After animation production for Infinite Dendrogram was delayed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in China, it was announced today that the series will return to Japanese TV screens on February 27 with the 7th episode of the video game-related anime series. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for Infinite Dendrogram TV anime announced today that broadcast of episode 7 would be delayed due to the ongoing threat of coronavirus around the world. This is the fourth TV anime series so far, after A Certain Scientific Railgun T, Asteroid in Love, and A3! SEASON SPRING & SUMMER, to be hit with a delay. More information is after the jump.
The official YouTube channel for anime voice actress Aya Uchida has started streaming a four-and-half minute full-length music video for her fourth solo single song "Reverb." The tune has been used as the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime Infinite Dendrogram, in which she is also cast as one of its main characters, Elizabeth S. Altar. Watch her brand new video after the jump!
On the CD release day of her fifth single song "Unbreakable" in Japan, 27-year-old anime voice actress Aoi Yuki held a mini-concert event at Ikebukuro Sunshine City's Fountain Plaza in Tokyo. More than 1,000 fans gathered to see her live performance. Check out photos from the event after the jump.
Two more cast members have been announced for Infinite Dendrogram, an upcoming TV anime based on the series of virtual reality MMORPG light novels written by Sakon Kaidou and illustrated by Taiki about a new player experiencing a fully immersive virtual world for the first time. Hit the jump to learn more.