Posted on April 21st, 2014

ic_sugizoAs reported before, Luna Sea will be celebration their 25th anniversary this year – accompanied but a huge amount of concerts and releases.

Also, there will be two compilation albums named “LUNA SEA 25th Anniversary Ultimate Best The One“, including regular versions of their greatest hits, and”NEVER SOLD OUT 2” and including live versions. Both CDs will be released on May 28th.

The extensive tour will include three parts – a concert in May, 20 concerts aloover Japan from June till September and finally two concerts in December.  Please see the tour schedule below.

For more information, please check out Luna Sea’s official website.

-The Unfinished MOON-
May 29th – Yoyogi National Gymnasium (Tokyo)

THE LUNATIC -A Liberated Will-
June 7th  - Matsudo Morino Hall 21 (Chiba)
June 8th - Matsudo Morino Hall 21 (Chiba)
June 14th - Niigata Prefectural Civic Center (Niigata)
June 15th - Niigata Prefectural Civic Center (Niigata)
June 28th - HONDANOMORI HALL (Ishikawa)
June 29th - HONDANOMORI HALL (Ishikawa)
July 5th - Kurashiki City Auditorium (Okayama)
July 6th - Kurashiki City Auditorium (Okayama)
July 12th - Hokuto Cultural Hall (Nagano)
July 13rd - Hokuto Cultural Hall (Nagano)
July 26th - Osaka International Convention Center (Osaka)
July 27th - Osaka International Convention Center (Osaka)
August 9th - Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall (Aichi)
August 10th - Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall (Aichi)
August 30th - SENDAI SUNPLAZA Hall (Miyagi)
August 31st - SENDAI SUNPLAZA Hall (Miyagi)
September 6th - Shizuoka City Culture Hall (Shizuoka)
September 7th - Shizuoka City Culture Hall (Shizuoka)
September 13rd - Sapporo Nitori Culture Hall (Hokkaido)
September 14th - Sapporo Nitori Culture Hall (Hokkaido)

December 21st -  Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)
December 23rd -  Yokohama Arena (Yokohama)

Posted on April 21st, 2014

ic_toshiWhile Yoshiki will keep himself busy with his classical world tour, Sugizo with Luna Sea and even Pata will active again with Ra:IN, Toshi won’t be lazy either!

He’ll be holding a concert in Tokyo’s Yamaha Hall on July 7th, which will not only inlude his latest music but also his 90ies solo, X Japan and cover songs!

More information on his official website!

Posted on April 18th, 2014

ic_yoshikiYoshiki recently mentioned working on a theme song – and here it is! It’s for the new Saint Seiya animation movie, which will be released this year.

“I feel greatly honored to write the theme song for SAINT SEIYA. I truly believe I have created a touching song with a beautiful melody using a hero as the motif.
I very happily accepted this offer since I of course knew SAINT SEIYA and I am a great fan of anime. I saw the manga a long time ago. Before writing the song I had the chance to see the new movie, which feels like it was created at a magnificent scale. I actually faced a big struggle with matching my music with the movie. The result is a sort of ballad, rather than a loud piece. I think the song suits the magnificent scale sensitivity of SAINT SEIYA.
I will play this song during the upcoming Yoshiki Classical World Tour at 13 venues in 10 countries.”

Source: Yoshiki’s Twitter, Saint Seiya 2014

Posted on April 3rd, 2014

ic_yoshikiAt today’s press conference, YOSHIKI finally announced his Classical concerts in Japan, which will take place on June 16th in Tokyo and June 17th in Osaka, and one more Asian concert in Taipei on June 13!

On a less happy note, the Toronto concert had to been canceled, but will be part of the Yoshiki Classical World Tour Part II!

June 13th Taipei (Taiwan) Taipei 101
June 16th Tokyo (Japan) Tokyo Geijutsu Gekijo
June 17th Osaka (Japan) The Symphony Hall

Full schedule of Yoshiki Classical

Posted on March 23rd, 2014

You aren’t sure whether to go to Yoshiki Classical in Berlin or not? Or you already have tickets but don’t know where to stay or what else to do in Berlin?

In cooperation with the X Japan German Street Team we put together a Berlin guide including suggetions on how to get there, where to stay and how to spend your time, no matter if you are into music, Japan or just want to see some new things.

Check out the guide by clicking on the picture below – and we hope to see you in Berlin!! :)


Yoshiki Classical World Tour