Nana (before commercial): I have something very, very important to tell everyone.
Misato (after commercial): Smile-Gang has been around for close to 10 years. Nana-san is 31. So this news shouldn’t come as a shock, but I was still very surprised. But this is something that Nana-san has decided for herself, so I’ll be quiet and listen to this news one more time with all of you who are currently in front of the radio. Well then, Nana-san…
Nana: Hai. I, Mizuki Nana, am getting…getting… I’m getting…
married (haha!) XD two singles release!!!
^For those of you who didn’t get it, Nana-san was hesitating on ‘ke-ke-KETTEISHIMASHITA!” Both Misato and Nana-san were playing on the word, “kekkon” (which means ‘to marry’). XDD
to release 2 new singles
on April 13, 2011
Title yet to be determined.
How many of you saw this coming? I did. Well, to a certain extent.
I did not foresee Nana-san releasing two singles on the same day, but let’s face it, we all knew that she was going to release something.
The interesting thing to note is that both CDs will be selling for 777 yen. Which is cheap. Half price of normal singles! Misato wonders if King Records will be okay with that price… Nana-san said they should be.
My opinion? Of course they will be. >_>;; Especially because…
Mizuki Nana – Live Journey 2011
It will be the longest tour that Nana-san has had up until now, spanning over 3 months. The first concert will occur in Fukuoka on May 7th and ending with a concert held at Saitama Super Arena on July 24th. Pretty much a concert a week except she’ll be holding 2 day concerts at Miyagi – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall and Aichi – Nihon Gaishi Hall.
14 concerts over 3 months in total.
May 7 (Sat) – Fukuoka – Fukuoka Sun Palace Hall
May 14 (Sat) – Yokohama – Kurashiki City Auditorium
May 21 (Sat) – Tochigi – Utsunomiya City Cultural Hall
May 28 (Sat) – Miyagi – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall
May 29 (Sun) – Miyagi – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall
June 4 (Sat) – Ishikawa – Hondanomari Hall
June 5 (Sun) – Niigata – Niigata Prefectural Civic Center
June 12 (Sun) – Shizuoka – Hanamatsu Act City
June 18 (Sat) – Hokkaido – Nitori Bunka Hall
June 25 (Sat) – Ehime – Ehime-ken Ehime Culture Foundation ~Himegin Hall~
July 9 (Sat) – Aichi – Nihon Gaishi Hall
July 10 (Sun) – Aichi – Nihon Gaishi Hall
July 18 (Mon) – Osaka – Osaka-jou Hall
July 24 (Sun) – Saitama – Saitama Super Arena
Above dates and places can all be found here.
EDIT: Thanks to kaikowolfy for pointing it out… But it would seem, according to the official Mizuki Nana website, that the singles are planned to only have 2 songs each.
Which means, for all of us overseas fans, we’re paying more due to shipping. -__-;;