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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 talented seiyuu, variety show host and now rookie solo artist is going to grace the cover of the upcoming issue of TV Guide VOICE STARS.
Pre-orders for Takuya Eguchi's solo debut mini-album are now open. The mini-album, still untitled, hits stores in April.
Popular male seiyuu, designer and semi-regular YouTuber, Takuya Eguchi is going to make his debut as a solo artist this Spring.
The cover art for Takuya Eguchi's 2nd photobook, CHOOSE RULE, is out.
The cover art for Takuya Eguchi's 2nd photobook, CHOOSE RULE, is out.
Takuya Eguchi announced the release of his 2nd photobook, and the internet went crazy with the news.
Weekly TV Guide's upcoming issue counts with the 2nd part of Takuya Eguchi's interview on Fruits Basket.
The popular male seiyuu is going to be featured on Weekly TV Guide's September 18, 2020 issue.

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