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This article covers the 4th week of June - which includes singles and albums released between 22/06/2020 and 28/06/2020.
The magazine/book series One Day Trip unveiled the cover art and location of its upcoming issue featuring Yoshimasa Hosoya.
If you could have the voice of any male seiyuu, who would it be?
Kuroda Takaya & Goodfellas released the live performance video of DAKARA JIN JIN JIN. The rock band, fronted by the veteran seiyuu Takaya Kuroda,...
Unfortunately, the Japanese version of the School of Rock musical is cancelled. Yuki Kaji was part of the main cast.
This article covers the 2nd week of June - which includes singles and albums released between 08/06/2020 and 14/06/2020. 
Argonavis released a lyric video for their cover of WEAVER's Kuchizuke Diamond.
A new sound only live is scheduled for the Argonavis from BanG Dream! franchise. GYROAXIA are the headliners.
More PLATTO reading plays are going to take place this and next week. Get to know more about their upcoming reading plays.
KEITA MARUYAMA and Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ team up for another beautiful music video.

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