Yumemiru Adolescence’s Spring Tour Rolls Through Tokyo at Shimokitazawa Garden!
Yumemiru Adolescence touched down at Shimokitazawa Garden for the second stop of their Osaka/Tokyo/Nagoya tour on March 8, 2015 and they sparkled brightly despite the clouds overhead.
Taking the stage in the floral print sleeveless dresses from their early days, Yumemiru Adolescence took the stage to the loud chanting and energetic penlight waving of their fans. Launching straight into “Stealth Bukai 25:00” followed by “Syoumei Teenager”, they got the crowd riled up even more, their movements as sharp as broken glass.
Introducing themselves and greeting the audience, leader Karin Ogino noted that the weather was bad, alluding to the belief that the members of Yumemiru Adolescence are prone to bringing rain wherever they go. This was a bit of an overstatement as it was simply cloudy that day.
Yumemiru Adolescence eased off the throttle with the midtempo guitar rock “Doko ni demo iru, Itatte Futsuu” and “Heroine”. They twirled, gyrated at the waist (like that move from the Matrix), and moved like puppets on strings to the electronic beats of “Zettaiteki Sympathy”.
Taking a break, as the temperature had risen in the venue, they checked the audience to see who had come from the furthest away and were surprised to hear that they had fans from Hong Kong and Philippines in attendance. Karin commented “It’ll be great to be able to go see everyone all over the world…”, which may have been a hint at future overseas events being in the process of being planned?
Switching topics, Saitama native Kyoka asked, “Where are the Saitama people at?” The discussion moved to the members talking up the good points of Tokyo’s northern neighbor. Yuumi Shida attempted to imitate characters from the anime Crayon Shinchan but, was handily defeated by Rei Kobayashi (also from Saitama), prompting Karin to suggest that Rei be in charge of that from now on. Yuumi tried to strike back by volunteering to imitate Anpanman but was stopped when reminded that it had nothing to do with Saitama.
Kyoka wound up an imaginary music box and the members of Yumemiru Adolescence moved like dancing automatons to “Hanamomo”. The temperature jumped sharply as they moved into fan favorite “Candy-chan”, the call and response was thunderous as the imaginary train (one of the main dance moves looks like the wheels on a steam locomotive) rolled along.
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