TokyoGirls'Update has Just Started Digital Song Distribution of Their Version of “Moonlight Densetsu” has Just Started Digital Song Distribution of Their Version of “Moonlight Densetsu”

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“Idolmatsuri 2018 ~Nationally Popular Anime Song Cover Contest~” is a competition for anime song cover by Japanese idols which is in charge of the ambassador.
It has been revealed that covered “Moonlight Densetsu” (the original opening theme of TV anime series “Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon”)which is the theme song of Idolmatsuri 2018. The song is rearranged in theirs style. Digital song distribution has started since May 16th, 2018. Kenichi Maeyamada (aka Hyadain) was in charge of the arrangement of the song.It is one and only cover song that can be done by

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Idolmatsuri 2018
It is a national competition of Japanese idols who cover nationally popular anime songs and compete for their performance. More than 200 groups gathered from public recruitment will participate in this contest.
They will compete by their performance, not only singing but also dancing their own choreography to the theme song. This year is the 4th year of Idolmatsuri. is in charge of the ambassador, and Kobushi Factory and Tsubaki Factory are in charge of the official supporters.

Idolmatsuri 2018 Final match
September 8th, 2018 (Saturday)
Open- 3:15pm / Start- 4:00pm
Tokyo Dome City Hall (Tokyo)
・Finalist who won the representative selection of each district
・Finalist who qualified for the WEB Repechage
Official supporter- Kobushi Factory, Tsubaki Factory

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