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A Vending Machine that lets you Dance with your Favorite Idol! In collaboration with Ayami Muto.

A Vending Machine that lets you Dance with your Favorite Idol! In collaboration with Ayami Muto.

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Ayami Muto‘s new song “Seventeen” will be used as the campaign theme song for Ezaki glico’s “Seventeen Ice.” The song will be included in the “Seventeen” Edition of her debut album “Eien to Shunkan” which will be released in April 23.

Furthermore, Muto will be featured in a futuristic vending machine that has an unheard‐of function – you can dance with idol. The unexampled machine will be shown to the public only for one day at Marui City Shibuya on April 26.

Seventeen Ice is a long‐seller ice cream that is only sold at vending machines. Commemorate to the 30th anniversary, Ayami Muto, who is just seventeen years old, was welcomed as a new advertising model.

Ayami Muto will perform her new song “Seventeen” that was specially produced for this campaign on the display of the vending machine. When you choose your favorite flavor, then Muto’s dance footage respectively corresponding to your selection will be displayed. After you dance along with Muto’s footage, you can get a ice cream.
Participants’s dance will become a CG animation on the spot, it’s just only one vending machine in the world that unites ice cream and solo idol.

Muto will make her long-waited solo debut on April 23. She is sure to make innovative frontier in Japanese idol industry, look forward to that!

Ayami Muto Official Website : http://www.mutoayami.jp/
Official Instagram : http://instagram.com/mutoayami

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