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Yokohama J-Pop Culture Festival 2019

Discussion in 'The Music Forum' started by David61, May 10, 2019.

  1. David61

    David61 Upcoming Girls Stage48 Donor

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    Last Saturday (5/4) I was in Yokohama for that day's Keyakizaka46 HS event but as I could only win tickets for slots 1, 4 & 5 that left a long gap in the middle of the day. However filling in the time was no problem as I discovered that this free 3-day idol festival was taking part in the city's Yamashita Park and I could catch some acts in the middle part of the day. Photography was allowed so here's my picture report of the groups I saw.

    notall
    notall is a 3-member group which started in 2014.

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    Ponica Road
    This is a fairly new Yokohama-based group which I hadn't heard of before. The girl with short hair is Minato Yuki, IMO she is very strikingly pretty.

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    Jewel Neige
    This group also started in 2014. They recently released their first major single 'Snow Flake Remind' with King Records.

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    Lovely Doll
    This was actually the second time I'd seen the group within 24 hours! I'd also seen them perform the previous evening at Zepp Tokyo in the Idol Generation event. One of the members is former AKB48 KKS member Sano Yuriko.

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    Other acts due to appear included Niji no Conquistador and former BiS member Terashima Yufu but I needed to get back to the Keyaki event. However it was a nice way to kill a couple of hours in sunny weather with food and drink stalls nearby.
     
    Last edited: May 10, 2019
  2. Hotsushikun

    Hotsushikun Kenkyuusei

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    J-Pop Culture festive sure looks like nice one i wish I'd attend it there though.
     

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