Yufu Terashima Experiences her First Love in the MV for “Hatsukoi no Silhouette”!
Yufu Terashima has released the short version of the MV for “Hatsukoi no Silhouette”, the coupling song from her major label debut single “Fuhehehehehehehe Dai Sakusen” (release date: May 20).
Filmed in a small cafe/bar named Portlate near Shoin-Jinja in the fashionable Setagaya district of Tokyo, “Yuffie” (Terashima’s nickname) shows off her acting skills as an employee experiencing her bittersweet first love (hatsukoi). While this is only the short version, the identity of her love interest is not revealed but, it would not be surprising if it turns out to be another of Japan’s many cute “yurukyara” (mascot). Could Portlate be one of Yuffie’s favorite cafes? Is the owner a fan? How many fans will go there just because she filmed the MV there?
The full MV for “Hatsukoi no Silhouette” is included on the DVD for the Type-A version of “Fuhehehehehehehe Dai Sakusen” along with the MVs for “#Yuflight”, “Zenzen”, “Campanula no Yuutsuu”, “Neko ni Naritai!”, and a live recording of “Suki ga Koboreru” from her 1st solo concert “#Yufu Flight” at Shibuya WWW on February 8, 2015. A live recording of “Hatsukoi no Silhouette”, “Suki ga Hajimaru”, “Koibito Datta no”, “Suki ga Koboreru”, “Zenzen”, and her cover of Spitz’s “Kaede” from the same concert is included on the CD for the Type-B version. Unfortunately, it seems that the only studio recording of the song is on her limited edition mini album “Suki ga Hajimaru II” which was only sold at her events. However, as one of the more popular songs from her concerts, it may be included in a future release? The coupling song for all versions is title “YOU MAY DREAM” which was composed by Haruomi Hosono (Happy End/Yellow Magic Orchestra) and Makoto Ayukawa (Sheena & the Rokkets) with lyrics by Toshoyuki Shibayama and Chris Mosdell and arranged by rionos.
Yufu Terashima Official site: https://yufuterashima.com/
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