Super Beaver Concert on November 7 to be Broadcast on WOWOW

21.October.2021 | MUSIC

You might have heard the theme song for the Tokyo Revengers film, Namae wo Yobu yo. Sung by rock band Super Beaver, it’s become a smash hit, and from October to November, the group is on the biggest arena tour of their career. Super Beaver’s performance at Saitama Super Arena on November 7, 2021, will be broadcast live by WOWOW, giving more fans a chance to see the group in action. 

 

Super Beaver has gone through a lot in the past year. The band is celebrating 16 years of music-making, and have moved back to a major label in 2020. The band has seen plenty of new fans after performing the theme to the Tokyo Revengers live-action film in February 2020, with their live performances always bringing plenty of passion, energy, and emotion. The sound of the group’s guitar, bass, and drums seem to perfectly express the struggles, worries, and determination all people feel in their youth. Super Beaver’s album ‘I Love You,’ released in February 2021 hit #2 on the Oricon charts, the highest ever for the band. A number of tracks have been selected to appear in commercials, drama, anime series, and films. 

 

A total of 10 WOWOW subscribers will win T-shirts autographed by the band members if they participate in the Super Beaver drawing. Ahead of the live show, a commentary video from the members will be released on the official WOWOW music Twitter account, so be sure to check it out!

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    Each year, an incredible event is held at Kumano-Nachi Taisha, a Shinto shrine and World Heritage Site located in the Kii Mountain Range of Wakayama Prefecture.

     

    To kick off the ‘diamond celebration,’ a special concert will mark the 1,250th anniversary of the birth of Kobo Daishi, the Japanese Buddhist monk who founded the Shingon school of Buddhism. Yoshimi Tsujimoto, a shakuhachi player from Hashimoto, will perform, while the event also hopes to bring tourism to the area by sharing more information about Wakayama with the masses. 

     

    Date: October 22, 2022, 13:30
    Venue: Danjo-garan Buddhist Temple

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    [Part 1] Chorus of local elementary school students, etc.

    [Part 2] Talk Session

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    Hougen Yabu (Director of Head Temple Kongobu-ji on Mount Koya)

    Yoshimi Tsujimoto (Shakuhachi player)

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    Performer: Yoshimi Tsujimoto (Shakuhachi player)

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    <About the Call for Visitors>

    350 Guests are Invited!

    *If there are too many applicants, a drawing will be held.

    *Livestreaming of the event will also be available online.

     

    Application Period: August 23 – September 26, 2022

     *Postcards must be postmarked by September 26. Those applying n the website must do so by 23:59 on September 26.

     

    How to Apply:

    1. By postcard

    Address: Yamabutai Concert Section
    Wakayama Broadcasting Co.
    3-3 Minatohonmachi
    Wakayama, 〒640-8577

    What to Include: Zip Code, Address, Name, Age, Phone Number, Admission
    *Can include up to 2 guests.

     

         2. On the special website

    Please apply using the application form on the special website.

    URL: https://yume.wbs.co.jp/

     

    Keep in Mind:

    1. Incomplete entries will be considered invalid.

    2. Only one application per person is allowed.

    3. If there are too many applicants, a drawing will be held. Winners will be announced when numbered tickets are sent out.

    4. Personal information provided in each application will not be used for any purpose.

     

    (For Reference) Past Performers

    2015 – Hitomi Shimatani (Danjo-garan Buddhist Temple)

    2016 – Chitose Hajime (Kumano-Nachi Taisha)

    2017 – *Canceled due to typhoon.

    2018 – Kumiko (Oyunohara)

    2019 – May J. (Kumano-Nachi Taisha)

    2020 – *Canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.

    2021 – Yuki Koyanagi (Kumano-Nachi Taisha)

     

    ■Cast Profiles

    ◆ Hougen Yabu / Director of Head Temple Kongobu-ji on Mount Koya

    ・1993 – Graduates from Koyasan University

    ・In 2011, he became the chief priest of Kirihata Temple, where he remains to this day.

            *Kirihata Temple [Fukuoka Prefecture] / Sasaguri 88 Sacred Sites, #10

    ・In 2021, he became the Director of Head Temple Kongobu-ji on Mount Koya and was also appointed as the director of the 1,250th birthday celebration for Kobo Daishi, the founder of the Buddhist sect.