TV Anime Ao-chan Can’t Study! Ending Theme to be Performed by Spira Spica

16.February.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

It has been announced that three-member pop-rock band Spira Spica, which is centred around vocalist Mikiha, will perform the ending theme song Koi wa Miracle for the TV anime series Ao-chan Can’t Study! which is set to air this April.

The band announced the news during their performance at LisAni! CIRCUIT Vol.08 where they also played the song live for the first time.


Ao-chan Can’t Study! is a romance-comedy manga series written and illustrated by Ren Kawahara. The story follows protagonist Ao who studies to try and get into an elite university and achieve dependence from her father, a best-selling author of erotic fiction who came up with his daughter’s name with “A for apple, O for orgy.”

Commenting on the collaboration, Spira Spica member Mikiha said: “I am Mikiha, the vocalist of Spira Spica who have been given the opportunity to perform the ending theme for Ao-chan Can’t Study! We made sure to pack all the sweet and sour feelings between Ao-chan and Kijima-kun into the song, whose dialogues are enough to crack you up. Koi wa Miracle is Spira Spica’s pure love song that talks about the new self you discover when falling in love and that it’s unexpectedly a great thing. Please look forward to it along with the anime series!”

Spira Spica made their major debut in August 2018. They are garnering attention for their energetic live performances and online presence. The band will embark on their first solo tour this April where they will perform in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka and Miyazaki. Tickets are limited, so if you’re in Japan then be sure to catch them on the road and see their energy live for yourself.


  • Concert Review: LiSA, GARNiDELiA, ReoNa & More Perform at SACRA MUSIC’s Music Festival

    22.May.2019 | MUSIC

    SACRA MUSIC―a music label under Sony Music Labels―held a music event entitled SACRA MUSIC FES.2019 -NEW GENERATION- at Makuhari Messe in Chiba on Saturday May 18 and Sunday May 19. This non-stop live show housed a 360° stage in the centre of the venue on which artists signed to the label dazzled a total of 12,000 fans across the weekend.

    This was the first live event of its kind by SACRA MUSIC. The show’s subtitle “New Generation” refers to artists both signed to the label and the new generation of artists leading the music scene into the future. The line-up feature a diverse array of talent and genres spanning voice actors to rock bands, idols, virtual YouTubers and more.

    The line-up for both days included ASCA, Ayano Mashiro, =LOVE, Luna Kaguya, GARNiDELiA, ClariS, Soma Saito, SawanoHiroyuki[nZk], Sangatsu no Phantasia, Spira Spica, TrySail, halca, PENGUIN RESEARCH, and ReoNa. A live band of skilled musicians dubbed the “SACRA BAND” also took to the stage to aid in performing various hits songs and anime songs. Virtual YouTuber Luna Kaguya performed as an opener, and EGOIST also made a surprise performance on screen, fusing the 2D world with the 3D world.

    Several special collaborations also took place throughout the festival where artists banded together to perform covers as well as perform each others’ songs. This included ClariS x TrySail, Mikiha (Spira Spica) x halca, Soma Saito x Yoji Ikuta & Shota Horie (PENGUIN RESEARCH), GARNiDELiA x Ayano Mashiro, and ASCA x ReoNa.

    At the end of the first night, Eir Aoi appeared as a secret guest to perform three songs including her first single Ryuusei. At the end of the second night, LiSA was the secret guest, who performed several songs including her latest number Gurenge. The two also came together to sing each of their respective hits IGNITE and Rising Hope.

    A teaser video was also shown for two new SACRA MUSIC projects titled BATON=RELAY and Tenka Soul. The concerts are only set to continue growing bigger and better.