Bringing Nagoya Spirit to Taiwan! Team Syachihoko Takes Free Live Concert in Taiwan, on June 2016!

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Bringing Nagoya Spirit to Taiwan! Team Syachihoko Takes Free Live Concert in Taiwan, on June 2016!

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It is announced that Team Syachihoko will hold free live concert on June 25th in Taiwan, at CLAPPER STUDIO located on the 5th floor of Syntrend (三創生活).

This will be the first time for them to perform in Taiwan, as their Taiwan concert scheduled on February 2016 was canceled due to the earthquake, but the second oversea performance following to the one they had in Dalian on March 2015.


The performance will be held twice a day. The daytime part will start from 12, and the evening part will start from 16:15. The details about the entrance is TBA. In addition, they also have confirmed attendance for “Nippon no Kankou/Bussan haku 2016″(Japanese travel and product expo) on June 26th. The details of this event will be announced soon as well.

The special bus tour in celebrating of their first Taiwan live will be held, including free live tickets for the both two days, the special video message from the members in the bus, the exclusive itinerary with member’s signature, adding to pickup bus and hotel. The application for the bus tour will start 10AM May 18th and details TBA as well.

In celebration of their 5th year, starting on May 21st, Team Syachihoko will be kicking off a live tour titled Rojou Debut 5-Nen-me 5-Kouen 5-Man-nin Douin! O-baki Live Keikaku “VICTORY YEAR” Road to Kasadera”. Starting with 2 days at Makuhari Messe, they will also perform at Nippon Budokan and Yokhama Arena before returning to their home prefecture of Aichi to finish the tour at Nippon Gaishi Hall on March 21, 2017. (However, due to the popularity, the tickets for both two days are already sold out!)

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Team Syachihoko official site :
VICTORY YEAR” Road to Kasadera special website :

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