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Koutaro Nishiyama is featured on JUNON April 2021 issue. The issue hit stores today.
The theatrical version of Oreiya's trip to Osaka with guest Shun Horie gets a release on Blu-ray this Spring.
Oreiya gets a theatrical version this month. To celebrate its premiere, a special online greetings session will be held.
The cover and previews for Koutaro Nishiyama's special photobook "Tarori ni Suto" are out.
Koutaro Nishiyama's writings for "Adam to Eve to Nishiyama Koutaro" are going to be compiled in a special photobook releasing in 2021.
Ani-PASS unveiled the designs of the bonus bromides available with first-press editions of #10 issue. Get a first look at Mamoru Miyano and Soma Saito's features.
Ani-PASS unveiled the lineup for its upcoming issue. Mamoru Miyano and Soma Saito grace the covers.
Lantis announced the lineup for Lantis & Purple One Star New Generation LIVE 2020.
Ani-PASS unveiled cover of its upcoming issue. Koutaro Nishiyama graces the cover.
Lantis released the highlight medley for Koutaro Nishiyama's debut mini-album, CITY.

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