22/7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) – Sally Amaki, Ruri Umino and Kanae Shirosawa

22/7 (nanabun no nijyuuni)

22/7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) - Sally Amaki, Ruri Umino and Kanae Shirosawa

Sally Amaki, Ruri Umino and Kanae Shirosawa are members of the Japanese digital idol and voice actors’ project 22/7 (nanabun no nijyuuni), produced by famed music producer Yasushi Akimoto in collaboration with Aniplex and Sony Music Records. By combining work from well-regarded character designers in the anime industry such as Kurehito Misaki (Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend), Hirokazu Koyama (Fate/Grand Order), Masayoshi Tanaka (Your Name, Anohana), Yukiko Horiguchi (K-On!, Lucky Star) and many more, with state-of-the-art technology, 22/7 (nanabun no nijyuuni) has perfectly blended elements of anime with real-life idols to create a unique entertainment experience. Since the group’s debut in 2017, they have gained a global following for their multimedia content, which includes voice acting, Virtual YouTuber activities, and music performances.

Joining CRX are Sally Amaki (Sakura Fujima), Kanae Shirosawa (Akane Maruyama) and Ruri Umino (Jun Toda).

 

More information on 22/7 can be found at http://www.nanabunnonijyuuni.com/

Noriko Dohi

Noriko Dohi

Anime Producer

Noriko Dohi joined Warner Bros. Japans anime production team in 2011, the year it was established. For past 8 years, she has worked for various anime series as an assistant producer including JOJOs Bizarre Adventure series, and made her debut as a producer forFood Wars! Shokugeki no Soma series.

Shun Saeki

Shun Saeki

Manga Artist

Shun Saeki is the original illustrator of Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma. In 2011 he made his debut with one-shot manga Kimi to Watashi no Renai Soudan in the Spring 2012 edition of JUMP NEXT!Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma! started serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump with his illustrations in 2012.

Yuto Tsukuda

Yuto Tsukuda

Manga Artist

Born in Fukuoka, Yuto Tsukuda is the original author of the Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma manga. His 2006 contribution Kiba ni Naru won the first prize in the Jump Manga Rookie Award competition and he made his debut with it in the Summer 2006 edition of Akamaru Jump. In 2010 he started his first serialization with Shonen Shikku, and in 2012 he started Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma, which is now his representative work.

FLOW

FLOW

Music Guest/Band

FLOW is a five-piece rock band made of up KOHSHI (Vocals), KEIGO (Vocals), TAKE (Guitar), GOT’S (Bass), and IWASAKI (Drums). KOHSHI (Vocals) and his brother, TAKE (Guitar), have been making music together since 1993. They formed FLOW in 1998 and eventually joined by KEIGO (Vocals) and GOT’S (BASS) in 1999 and IWASAKI (Drums) in 2000.

FLOW has released 33 pieces of single and 10 pieces of original albums since they released their major debut single, Blaster in 2003. During their performance in the last 15 years, they have been collaborated with more than 50 anime titles and supported by a wide range of people. Especially in 2018, they made a live tour focusing on theme songs of Anime, such as “NARUTO”, “Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion”, “Tales of Zestiria the X”, “Dragon Ball Z” and so on. The live tour was named as “15th Anniversary TOUR 2018 [Anime Shibari]” and went beyond the Anime rock.

During the world tour, they visited more than 18 countries in Asia, North and South America, and Europe. As the “Live Band,” they have delivered their music actively to the fan of Japanese Anime in the world.

Each member makes collaboration with other musicians as well as produce music performance. Their friendly characteristics and music performance attract people regardless of age or sex. In January 2019, they made their second live performance in Nippon Budokan in 10 years and announced the release of new album “TRIBALYTHM” on April 10th, 2019.

 

FLOW Official Sitehttp://www.flow-official.jp/

FLOW Official Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/FLOWofficial.music

FLOW Official Twitter Account – @FLOW_official

FLOW official Instagram – FLOW_OFFICIAL_JAPAN

Masahiro Suwa

Masahiro Suwa

Character Designer (Shield Hero)/Animator

Born January 31st, 1982. Animator.
Chaika the Coffin Princess (2014): Chief Animation Director
Chaika the Coffin Princess – Avenging Battle (2014): Chief Animation Director
Under the Dog (2015): Main Animator
Scorching Ping Pong Girls (2016): Chief Animation Director
The Rising of the Shield Hero (2019): Character Designer, Chief Animation Director

Sarah Emi Bridcutt

Sarah Emi Bridcutt

Voice Actor

Sarah Emi Bridcutt is a half-Australian, half-Japanese voice actress who made her debut in 2012, then voiced Kudou Asuka in Problem Children Are Coming From Another World, Aren’t They? for her first starring role. Since then, she has made a name for herself by appearing in anime, games, and Japanese dubs of western movies. She is well known for her performances as Myne in The Rising of the Shield Hero and Yamai Yuzuru in Date A Live.

MADKID

MADKID

Music Guest

MADKID formed in 2014, and are a dance vocal group comprised of 3 vocalists and 2 rappers. They made their major debut in January 2018 with their single Never Going Back.

MADKID performed RISE, the opening for the first half of The Rising of the Shield Hero, which started airing January 2019. The song has over 9 million views on YouTube (as of June 2019).

MADKID released their first major album in April 2019 which includes FAITH, the opening for the second half of the show.

Kevin Penkin

Kevin Penkin

Composer - The Rising of the Shield Hero

Kevin Penkin, based in London, is an Australian composer for Japanese anime and video games. Penkin is best known for composing the Crunchyroll Anime Award-winning score to ‘Made in Abyss‘, and the score to the craft game ‘Florence‘ (Studio Mountains), which won an Apple Design Award in 2018.

Before moving to London in 2013, to complete a Masters degree in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music, Penkin collaborated with legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu on a number of Japanese video game titles. This eventually led Penkin to break into the Anime industry, as he went on to write the score for the anime ‘Norn9’, based on a game Penkin and Uemastu had previously worked on.

Since debuting in 2011, Penkin has been involved in an eclectic range of projects ranging from the fantasy worlds of ‘Defenders Quest’ and ‘Made in Abyss’, to the sci-fi landscapes of ‘Under the Dog’, and to the streets of Melbourne in ‘Florence’ and ‘Necrobarista’. Throughout his career, Penkin has recorded with orchestras around the world, including in Vienna, Macedonia, Boston, Nashville and Australia, as well as collaborating with highly esteemed singers Takeshi Saito, Emi Evans and Raj Ramayya.

Junichiro Tamura

Junichiro Tamura

Producer - The Rising of the Shield Hero

Junichiro Tamura is a prolific anime producer currently working at KADOKAWA Corp.

He’s known for his work on fan-favorite series including The Rising of the Shield Hero, Bungo Stray Dogs, Prisma Illya, Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon, Chio’s School Road, Angolmois: Record of Mongol Invasion, and others.

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