Masaharu Fukuyama will be in charge of the opening performance at Nagasaki Stadium City, where he will serve as creative producer.
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The “Nagasaki Stadium City” project is led by the Japanet Group and will develop peripheral facilities such as the soccer stadium “PEACE STADIUM”, the arena “HAPPINES ARENA”, offices, commercial facilities, hotels, spas and saunas, and sports activity facilities. Project to do. At an event held one year before the opening, Japanet Holdings’ President and CEO Asahito Takada announced that the grand opening will be on October 14th next year.
Creative producer Fukuyama (Nagasaki City) received video messages from celebrities from Nagasaki Prefecture, including Kohei Uchimura (Isahaya City), Kiyoshi Maekawa (Sasebo City), EXILE TAHARIRO (Sasebo City), and Masashi Sada (Nagasaki City). ) makes a surprise appearance. When a loud cheer erupted, he waved his hand and said, “We’re back, I’m Fukuyama.” He expressed his joy at his “triumphant return,” saying, “I’m happy to be welcomed like this.”
President Takada made a surprise announcement: “Mr. Fukuyama will be performing the opening live performance at Nagasaki Stadium City.” While the venue was buzzing with excitement, Fukuyama said, “Actually, I’ve never done the opening ceremony before.” I am very honored,” he said with emotion, and called on the local audience, “Let’s be passionate, passionate, excited, and unite as one!”
“I just want to sing this way. I’m not going to sing today, though,” he joked, drawing laughter, and added, “I hope the enthusiasm reaches not only Nagasaki City and the prefecture, but all of Japan. Not only in Japan, but also in Asia. I want to make this a live show that I can share with the world,” he said with enthusiasm. Details including the opening live show schedule will be announced later.
Other participants at the event include Keita Nakamura, Daiharu Abe, and Shunya Yoneda of the soccer club V. Vahren Nagasaki, which will make its home at PEACE STADIUM in Nagasaki Stadium City, as well as HAPPINES ARENA. Players Yudai Baba and Kanji Takahira (*Taka = Hashigodaka) of the professional basketball team “Nagasaki Veruca,” which will call “Nagasaki Veruca” their home, took to the stage and expressed their enthusiasm.