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  • Kira Kira Melody Gakuen @ Bandai (2000.04.02)

    The first Kira Melo stage was from 10:00 to 10:30. It was much more crowded than the previous day.

    Also since Seki Tomokazu and Furuya Tohru had an event on the same stage later, there were some female fans that had come early to reserve a spot.

    This first stage was for the 28 first class students. They opened up with the Kira Melo theme song (just one verse). The emcees were Hinano Mayo and Tanabe Miri.

    The first song was by the new Muteki Palette, Say U. Since some of the Muteki Palette members had transferred away, the group members changed. The new Muteki Palette is Matsumoto Chiyomi, Ohtsuka Mae, Sakurai Sara, Takase Noriko, Kuwakado Sora, Mito Yoko, Takayama Kanako, Serai Shizuko, and Shindou Yoko.

    Then Heart Chu sang their new song N'est ce pas. As with the other songs, Mieko did most of the singing.

    Then Dear Me came out to sing Stormy Dune. At the end, all the girls came back to sing Daisuki.

    The second Kira Melo stage was from 14:30 to 15:00. This event was the "entrance ceremony" for the second class students. There's a rope at the front of the stage, and they had to move it forward because the stage itself wasn't big enough to hold all of the students.

    The emcees were Tsuchiya Mieko and Sawai Natsumi.

    They called the second class students to the stage. There were 50 students, but only 46 were able to come. The second class students have the same design school uniforms as the first class, but the color is green instead of blue.

    The second class students sang the Kira Kira Melody Gakuen school song and the theme song.

    Then all the first class students came onto the stage, and they all sang Daisuki. It was basically the first class students singing, and all of the second class students dancing.

    Nagai Nobuko and Sawai Natsumi were at the Bandai booth information table for the last hour or so of the day.

    At the end of the day, there was a finale stage at the Bandai stage, and Heart Chu and Dear Me came out, along with all of the companions, dancers, race queens, producers, etc..

    [Tokyo Game Show 2000 Spring]

    > TGS 2000 spring
    >> Atlus
    >> Bandai
    >> Broccoli
    >> Kadokawa Shoten
    >> Konamilk
    >> Namco
    >> NEC Interchannel
    >> Sega
    >> Taito


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