TV Anime Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories Ending Theme ‘Kekkai’ Performed by betcover!!

21.May.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

Keiichi Sokabe, Masafumi Gotō, Kō Machida are just a few of the top-class artists are supporting rock artist betcover!! These artists are overflowing with talent are gaining popularity from people of all ages.


betcover!! has already announced the release of their first major album Chugakusei (“Middle School Student) which will be released in July. On top of this celebratory news, there’s yet more to come! This major album contains the song Kekkai, which will be the ending theme song for the ongoing anime Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories.

betcover!! is a music project that was created by Jiro Yanase. The project was a winner at the 2016 RO69 JACK FOR COUNT DOWN JAPAN event run by ROCKIN’ ON, and also performed at COUNT DOWN JAPAN 16/17. betcover!! was also invited as a New Artist to Apple Music and Spotify. His song COSMO made it to music channel Space Shower TV’s “it!” in January 2018. There is no doubt that betcover!! is an artist we must keep an eye on as he is forever challenging the music scene in Japan.

TV Tokyo anime series Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories! is a short anime series based on myths and mysterious urban legends that are close to everyday life. This anime offers a new perspective. The old and traditional has now been digitalized. The old uncle Kamishibai Oji-san is played by Kanji Tsuda, who invites you to a world of fear with his friendly voice. betcover!!’s new song Kekkai is the perfect song to express the world of the anime series


The ending theme song will be made available for download and streaming from Wednesday 12th June.


© Yamashibai Production Committee 2019 


  • betcover!! Release Music Video For Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories Ending Theme

    14.June.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    betcover!! have released a music video for their song Kekkai taken from their first major album. The song is used as the ending theme for the anime series Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories.

    The music video was directed by the band’s own Jiro Yanase.

    Yamishibai is 13-episode anime series made in a picture-story style of animation based off rumours and urban legends found through Japanese history. The stories are told by an old man in a yellow mask using a kamishibai on the back of his bicycle. A kamishibai is a traditional form of Japanese street theatre and storytelling which utilises a small stage-like device.


    ©”Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories” Production Committee 2019