@ Sopalin > Same here. I thought that there is finally something more happening with Buono!
Miyabi's last blog entry (2013/05/14) is entitled "Buono!"... I had so much expectations when I saw it, but she's "only" talking about their radio show... The last sentence is: "for further information (about Buono!) check the website!". Thank you very much Miyabi, there's nothing to read there.. :(
Asian, it is included Japanese. ^_^
To be honest, the video is not "technically" good: photography, light and editing are poor, but it's visually very pleasant! I can't understand why everybody (I read many comments about that!) wants to see a "party" with lots of people dancing around... Why not, but why should this be necessary?
The dance is nice, but I expected more perfection in the execution when I saw the rehearsals.
And finally, the most important, the song is reaaaaally good!! Well produced, well recorded, nice melody, huge sounds and perfect voices... (try it with good headphones!)
So, dear Berryz, that's a nice shot!
I love it!
Actually, I voted for WANT! simply because that, of the options available in the final voting round, it shows the members at their most mature, both as performers and as women.
I think they started strong all those years ago, but have only improved with age.
@ Tae > Tickets are expensive also here if you want to go to concerts which have popular names. For example Bon Jovi is coming to Finland next summer and tickets are from 89 to 150 Euros (=115 - 194 USD). Tickets to summer's Pink concert are 85-90 USD. I wonder how much would ticket to Berryz Kobo concert in Helsinki cost if that kind of miracle ever could happen.
By the way, I'm still praying that BK could come to Japan Expo in Paris next summer. Also C-ute would be nice to see in Paris.
Maybe Thai fans are busy getting shocked by their concert ticket prices. The 2009 concert lowest price is 30 USD and the highest is 135 USD. This time, only two price: 115 USD and 135 USD. You can see the difference there. I don't know if the price are low or high by European standard, but Thai fans (well, foreign fans in general I think ) are teenager compare to Japan's middle age.
Sorry for late reporting but If you haven't heard already, There will be TWO rounds of concert.: 2pm and 6pm. Those who buy both rounds of tickets can join handshake event too. (Organizer probably figured out the perfect fans bait/magnet is Handshake event. The Momusu one is a great success)
On topic: I voted Special Generation.
I am disappointed that "Loving You Too Much" is necessarily ineligible, but I suppose it is a blessing in disguise that the polarizing "Yurushite Nyan Taisou" is also ineligible, so it all evens out in the end.