Fukkatsu Love has all the elements of a Yamashita Tatsuro composition and Arashi brings their own style to the city pop genre.
Nothing is forever. Even for idols who sell dreams and promise forever.
Fuben na Benriya is an adventure into the hilarious, heartwarming and bizarre side of Japanese comedy. Okada Masaki rules.
Arashi’s first single for the year, Fukkatsu Love, to be released on February 24 is composed by the husband-and-wife team of Yamashita Tatsuro and Takeuchi Mariya. It already sounds awesome.
Arashi’s Ninomiya starred in the drama adaptation of Japanese novel, Botchan, and breathes life to the irreverent, stubborn and upright title role. Nino is Botchan and Botchan is Nino.
Jung Yonghwa releases two new songs, a collaboration with singer Sunwoo Jung-a, and one of them is another sad melody reminiscent of OFD. Why does he write sad songs and why do sad songs sell?
What’s so special about these seemingly regular dudes that they could sell 1 million copies of their latest album?
Fangirl things I was thankful for in 2015 and fangirl things I look forward to in 2016.