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It was a satisfying, fulfilling end to a very fun live!
A concert is always supposed to be a stage where the artist could interact directly with their fans and audience, but Suzumura Kenichi really knows how to take it up another step.
Under Lantis, Suzumura released no less than six original albums and at least twelve original singles.
Bee-kun got roped along this time because the venue will be a standing concert in a livehouse called Toyosu PIT, with a capacity of 3,103 people total.
A live house concert could get pretty rowdy, after all!
Compared to the previous Suzumura Kenichi concerts she’s seen on DVDs, Honey-chan thought the stage arrangements was much less impressive: there weren’t much of decorations of note, only the band instruments arranged in a three-tier platform on the center back of the stage.
The playful mood got cranked up even more with “HIDE-AND-SEEK” and “A-I-U-E-Ongaku” in response to Ono D’s last mission: open the treasure box with the power of music and the keyword previously obtained!
Suzumura led the audience shout the three-syllable keyword to open the treasure box, and the entire venue burst shouting the word “Kizuna” together, which translated into “bonds”.
She’s no stranger to Suzumura’s singing voice, as he’d sung countless character songs, most notably as Hijirikawa Masato in , "HIDE-AND-SEEK".The merchandise sale, however, was quite impressive and unique.Alongside the common concert merchandise like towels, jackets, photo collections, and T-shirts, the goods on sale included knitted hats, pouches, necklaces, acrylic bangles, backpacks, and mugs.The third song led the long-time fans of Suzumura into frenzy—“ROBOT” and “Persona” was met with screams, and the entire venue erupted into a united chorus as his backing vocal in “in my space”.Time for the anisongs next: Suzumura cranked up the energy again with the ending theme of With the energy reaching its peak, however, Ono Daisuke once again cut in, narrating that the setting on stage has now become a hotel!