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Mr.Children to perform the theme song for the Asadora “Beppin-san”

September 23, 2016
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Long time no see!  Life’s honestly been pretty crazy since I last posted here, but with things calming down at last and Mr.Children’s 25th anniversary coming up next year, I’d like to see if I can get things back on track.  That meaning, I have Mr.Children news to post!

The band have announced that they’ll be providing the theme song for the next NHK morning drama (or Asadora), titled “Beppin-san”.  The song itself is titled “Hikari no Atelier” (loosely means “Workshop of Light”) and has been described as a hopeful number that Sakurai says was originally written in the days following the Kumamoto earthquakes.

Based on concert reports from their “Niji” tour, performances of the song involve accordion, brass, and even have Tahara playing some kind of ukulele-like instrument.  Why listen to me talk about it when you can hear a bit of it yourself though?  So read on below to take a listen to the snippet of “Hikari no Atelier” that was included in the most recent trailer for “Beppin-san”.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 23, 2016 6:04 am

    Looking forward for this drama and this suteki uta

  2. Anonymous permalink
    October 24, 2016 1:40 pm

    I want the cds!! sedap la lagu dia yg baru ni. When i was in UK i bought Shifuko no Oto album from amazon.jp. Had to pick up at the depot to pass the clearance. I guess malaysia lagi susah. Tgh stress sekarang. Need good music

    • awa permalink
      October 24, 2016 1:41 pm

      alamak keluar anon pulak. Ni adik mu awa amran kehkeh

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