STU48 Set Sail for Japan’s Inland Sea in the MV for “Setouchi no Koe”
STU48 have raised the anchor on the MV for their debut song “Setouchi no Koe” from the theater version of AKB48’s 48th single “Negaigoto no Mochigusare” (release date: May 31)!
Yumiko Takino makes her debut in the center position for a MV that spans all 7 prefectures of the Setouchi area with the members finally meeting up at Okayama prefecture’s picturesque Kuroshima Venus Road. Here are all the scenes from the various locations.
Kanon Isogai, Ayumi Ichioka, Hina Iwata, Nana Okada, Mami Ozaki, Momona Kadota, Rino Sashihara, Yumiko Takino, Mahina Taniguchi, Orie Cho, Yuri Torobu, Akari Fukuda, Azusa Fujiwara, Haruka Mishima, Kaho Mori, Fu Yabushita
While the the theater version of “Negaigoto no Mochigusare” might not be so easy to purchase from overseas, each copy includes voting codes for AKB48’s 49th single Senbatsu Sousenkyo so you can show your support for your favorite of the 33 members from AKB48’s newest sister group! Aside from Rino Sashihara and Nana Okada, who else from STU48 could have their names called at Toyosaki Seaside Park, Toyosaki Villa SUN Beach in Okinawa on June 17, 2017?
“Negaigoto no Mochigusare” will be released in 3 limited edition CD/DVD versions and 3 regular CD/DVD versions. The coupling song is titled “Imabara” and features Rino Sashihara as the center. The exclusive track for Type-A is titled “Maebure” and is centered by Mayu Watanabe. The exclusive track for Type-B is titled “Tenmetsu Pheromone” and is centered by Jurina Matsui. The exclusive track for Type-C is titled “Ano Koro no 500 yen-dama” and is centered by Sayaka Yamamoto. Each version includes the MVs for “Negaigoto no Mochigusare”, “Imabara”, and their respective exclusive tracks. The limited editions include event tickets and the regular versions include 1 randomly
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