January 21st is the best day to post something in my almost dead blog lol.
I had already said it at midnight, Japan time, together with other fellow nana fans in twitter but I want to say it again. Happy Birthday dear Mizuki Nana, my jpop goddess and the artist who raped my wallet the most 😄
Music Japan Live Castle documentary was broadcasted today and she also announced her almost 2 and a half month long summer tour (live’s title not decided yet). Fourteen lives in twelve cities around Japan:
24/6 Shimane Civic Center (Shimane) capacity: 1,500 seats
30/6 Sekisui Heim Super Arena (Miyagi) capacity: 7,000 seats
7/7 Green Dome Maebashi (Gunma) capacity: 8,000 seats
15/7 Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka) capacity: 13,456 seats
16/7 Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka) capacity: 13,456 seats
21/7 Fukui Phoenix Plaza (Fukui) capacity: 2,000 seats
22/7 Toyama City Hall (Toyama) capacity: 2,066 seats
4/8 Nippon Gaishi Hall (NGK Insulators hall) (Aichi) capacity: 10,000 seats
5/8 Nippon Gaishi Hall (NGK Insulators hall) (Aichi) capacity: 10,000 seats
11/8 Nagasaki Brick Hall (Nagasaki) capacity: 2,002 seats
12/8 Saga City Cultural Hall (Saga) capacity: 1,181 seats
18/8 Akita Prefectural Hall (Akita) capacity: 1,839 seats
19/8 Aomori City Cultural Hall (Aomori) capacity: 2,185 seats
8/9 Chiba Marine Stadium (Chiba) capacity: 30,000 seats
Most of them are small venues, so it’s a good chance for people who love to see Nana close. She was only 3 meters away from me when I went to see her Live Journey concert at Hamamatsu (but didn’t have enough luck to get high-five).
Dear Nana-sama, I’m not sure if I can manage to go to japan and attend your lives this year after nearly went bankruptcy from last year’s 3 trips but I’ll try.