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Model Haruna Luna performs her debut song at a mini live in Kawasaki

May 5, 2012 @ 11:58 pm
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On May 5th, popular fashion model Haruna Luna from fashion magazine 'KERA' performed her debut single "Sora wa Takaku Kaze wa Utau" at the LAZONA Kawasaki Plaza in Kawasaki, Kanagawa.

"Sora wa Takaku Kaze wa Utau" was written and composed by hit maker Kajiura Yuki, the producer of Kalafina, and is featured as the ending theme in the second season of the anime "Fate/Zero".

Haruna greeted her fans, "Thank you very much for participating today's mini live performance of Haruna Luna. Please look over me today, as I'm going to sing with all my might until the end."

After performing two songs, she talked to the audience again and confessed her love for anime. She said, "Haruna Luna is a big anime lover. Haruna Luna has been loving anime ever since I was a child. I go shopping in Akihabara every week, I'm trying to get all the latest fanzines, builds plastic models, and I buy up so many figurines that I don't know which ones I already have. That's how big Haruna Luna is in love with anime."

She also explained why she wanted to become a singer, "During my childhood I came across an anime called Sailor Moon and thought how great it would be to sing such beautiful anime songs myself. I aimed to become a singer and started to get voice training. The fact that Haruna Luna is able to appear on such a beautiful stage today makes my really, really happy."

That day, Haruna performed five songs in total and once again thanked the audience for listening to her until the end. "I'm really grateful that so many people listened to my songs today," she said. "I'd like to become an artist who can convey her feelings to everyone."

The next release event for her debut single "Sora wa Takaku Kaze wa Utau" will be held at the Shinjuku Store of Tower Records on May 13th.

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Source + Photos: Girls News

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