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    Wednesday June 17, 2020
  • Dissecting the Art of SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME Part Two

    Part two in a translated interview series with the Art Director and Art Designer for SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME

    Part 2 of the translated interview series from the SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME website with Art Director Usami Tetsuya and background artist Fujii Yuta.

  • Tuesday June 30, 2020
  • Anime vs. Real Life: The Many Dark Alleys of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME

    Check out more of the real-world locations of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME

    In this installment of Anime vs. Real Life, check out almost 50 real-life comparison images from Doga Kobo’s superb character drama, SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME’. From all of the show’s long and dark alleys, to all of Rikuo’s workplaces, see how the show’s locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!

  • Tuesday June 16, 2020
  • Dissecting the Art of SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME Part One

    A translated interview with the Art Director and Background Artist for SING “YESTERDAY” FOR ME

    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. 

  • Saturday May 16, 2020
  • Sanketsu Shoujo Sayuri Performs TV Anime SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME 2nd OP

    "After reading the original manga, l created 'Aoi-bashi' with the keyword 'What is Love?'"

    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.

  • Tuesday April 21, 2020
  • Anime vs. Real Life: The Somber Real-World Locations of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME’

    Check out the real-world locations of SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME

    SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME is an usual departure from Doga Kobo’s recent trademark colorful slice-of life formula, to a more grounded and somber character drama. And that also entails a bit of a shift in tone for the show's locations. So in this installment of Anime vs. Real Life, see how all of the show’s locations stack up to their real-world counterparts, right after the jump!

  • Sunday April 12, 2020
  • Anime MV for SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME OP Song Depicts Main Characters' Daily Lives

    Yoshiyuki Fujiwara (NEW GAME!!)-directed adaptation is simulcast on Crunchyroll

    Following the well-received premiere, the official YouTube channel for the four-member rock band yourness has started streaming a five-minute anime music video for the OP theme song "Kago no naka ni Tori" (There's a bird in a cage) of the spring 2020 TV anime SING "YESTERDAY" FOR ME. Watch the clip depicting the main characters' daily life in a small town near Shinjuku after the jump.

  • Friday March 27, 2020
  • Watch the First 6 Minutes of TV Anime Sing "Yesterday" for Me

    Doga Kobo-animated adaptation will premiere in Japan on April 4, 2020

    The official YouTube channel for the forthcoming TV anime Yesterday wo Utatte (Sing "Yesterday" for Me) has started streaming a ten-minute special trailer including the six-minute beginning part of its first episode and a digest of the dialogues between the characters. The clip also introduces the anime's OP song "Kago no naka ni Tori" performed by four-member rock band Yourness. See how the story begins after the jump!

  • Thursday March 12, 2020
  • TV Anime Sing "Yesterday" for Me Director Appreciates The Manga Author's Compliment

    The manga author Kei Toume: "It fells like my manga is expanded."

    An advance screening event for the first two episodes of the forthcoming TV anime Yesterday wo Utatte (Sing "Yesterday" for Me) was held at the Tollywood theater in Shimokitazawa, Tokyo, on February 15. Nerima Animation Site has posted the messages to the fans from the director Yoshiyuki Fujiwara and the voice cast of the protagonist Rikuo Uozumi, Chikahiro Kobayashi, delivered after the event.