Tokyo’s My Hero Academia Themed Hotel Rooms Unveil Designs | Tokyo Prince Hotel

24.November.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

Tokyo Prince Hotel has announced a collaboration with the upcoming anime film My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising which is set for release on December 20, 2019. Bookings are now open for their My Hero Academia themed hotel rooms, which will be available to stay in from December 7 this year until February 29, 2020.

The room designs and hotel plans were revealed today. There are two plans available: the “Concept Room Plan” where guests can stay in a room that recreates the world of the movie and comes with free merchandise and a themed drink, and the “Regular Room Plan,” which features a regular hotel room decked out with lots of My Hero Academia decorations, and also comes with the merch and drink.

The concept room is split into two rooms: the first recreating the room in which the students of class 1-A meet the protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, and the second on Midoriya’s bedroom.

Expect to see illustrations of the students as well as the Villains in the rooms too. Bookings are first-come, first-served, so don’t miss out!

 

©️2019 “My Hero Academia THE MOVIE” Production Committee ©️Kohei Horikoshi/Shueisha

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    ‘Polaris’ Music Video 

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    The music video was shot entirely outdoors and is set in Muroran: a port city which sits on the south coast of Hokkaido. As strong seaside winds blow, the band members are seen performing at the top of a cliff. Natural rough winds ruffle the scene, creating a realistic presence. Just as the North Star (Polaris) dazzles in the pitch black night sky, the vast natural landscape of the video is dotted with the four prominent figures of the band members dressed in distinctive red costumes. The music video will capture your gaze just like the beautiful Polaris. In the video, natural scenes are weaved perfectly with cuts of animation. The beautiful movements of nature and animation in this video is something you don’t want to miss. 

  • Sayuri’s My Hero Academia Ending Theme ‘Koukai no Uta’ Released Worldwide

    14.November.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    Japanese singer-songwriter Sayuri’s new song Koukai no Uta (‘Song of Voyage’) is currently being used as the ending theme for season 4 of the hit shōnen anime series My Hero Academia. It’s just been announced that the single will be released digitally worldwide from Milan Records, an umbrella label of a major label at Sony Music US titled Sony Masterworks.

     

    Sony Masterworks is a notable name in the industry, with even Hikaru Utada’s hit single Face My Fearsーone of the main themes from Kingdom Hearts IIIーreleasing from it and making it to No. 98 on the Billboard Hot 100. Sayuri’s Koukai no Uta release makes her the first Japanese artist to have a release from Sony Music in America since Utada.

     

    The song is currently available to download only in Japan, and there’s is also a short version of the music video on YouTube which has garnered a great deal of attention from anime fans worldwide. It will now be released internationally as a “World Edition EP” entitled Koukai no Uta/About a Voyage containing four songs on November 29, 2019 at midnight pacific time.

     

    Koukai no Uta will be released on CD in Japan on November 27. Pre-orders are now open. The release will be followed with a string of promotional events.

     

    JC Chamboredon, a representative of Milan Records, commented: “I and the rest of the team at Milan Records are particularly honored to be able to release ‘About A Voyage,’ the first official EP by acclaimed J-pop artist Sayuri outside of Japan. Not only it is a great opportunity to release her high energy end credit song to the latest season of My Hero Academia, but we are especially thrilled to share other beautiful original songs by Sayuri and to showcase her broad talent and unique edge with music fans around the world.”

    Sayuri also commented on the release, saying: “I am so happy at getting to release my song worldwide from Milan Records, which is an umbrella label of Sony Masterworks at Sony Music America. There are many places I’ve never travelled to in the world, but I feel excited at getting to visit them in the form of music. I hope it reaches lots of different people.”

     

    The My Hero Academia manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi is serialised in Weekly Shōnen Jump with over 24 million copies in print. Both the manga and anime have proved sensational both in Japan and overseas.

     

    Sayuri is Japanese singer-songwriter who has performed around the world including in LA, Germany, Hong Kong, Taiwan and elsewhere. Her song Koukai no Uta was written specifically for season four of the hit TV anime series My Hero Academia.

  • Hulu Japan Announces My Hero Academia Season 4 Catch-Ups

    29.October.2019 | ANIME&GAME

    The My Hero Academia manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi is serialised in Weekly Shōnen Jump with over 24 million copies in print. Both the manga and anime have proved sensational in Japan and overseas.

    The series is set in a world where people have superpowers known as Quirks. It follows the story of Deku, who has already dreamt of having a Quirk, and his fellow classmate companions. The anime series has put three seasons out since 2016, and a film entitled My Hero Academia: Two Heroes was released in 2018 which was seen by over 1.3 million people in theatres.

    A second film entitled My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising will be released on December 20, 2019. Season four of the anime series began airing in Japan on October 12. The new season will begin airing in English on November 9.

    It has also been announced that season four will hit Hulu Japan. Episodes 1-3, which have already aired in Japan on TV, will make their way onto the streaming site on November 1. Subsequently, those in Japan will be able to catch up with episodes they have missed starting from November 9. Hulu also currently has seasons 1-3 in their back catalogue, making this a great opportunity for those who need to catch up before the new film drops.

     

    ©Kohei Horikoshi / Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee

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    オリエンタルホテル ユニバーサル・シティはユニバーサル・スタジオ・ジャパンのオフィシャルホテルです
    Universal elements and all related indicia TM & © 2021 Universal Studios. All rights reserved.
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