Tackey & Tsubasa held the final stage of their nation tour "Takitsubasai" (3 cities, 9 stages) at Yokohama Arena on November 7th. �This tour was held after two and a half years away since the last live concert they held as a unit. �They performed a total of 32 songs, including their upcoming single "Ai wa Takaramono (Love is�Treasure)", which will be released on November 24th.
At the concert, Imai Tsubasa talked about his birthday present from Takizawa Hideaki. �According to Tsubasa, he was told to come to the Tokyo Dome for an interview for a magazine, but it was actually his birthday party. �When he entered the Dome, there was a message saying "Happy Birthday" on the screen, and Takizawa, the staff, and other friends showed up in baseball uniforms. �It was a secret baseball game for Tsubasa, and Takizawa reserved the Tokyo Dome just to play the baseball game. �Takizawa said, "It was for him (Tsubasa) because he loves baseball, and I wanted to make it big since this is the last year of his 20s." �Tsubasa answered, "He (Takizawa) is my�treasure. �I want to keep showing us off as a 'love-love' couple."
For this tour (every stage), lucky fans who won the lottery thorough pre-ordering their upcoming single at the concert, were invited to the back stage after the live, and those fans were able to take photos with Tackey & Tsubasa, and got handshakes from them.
There was an announcement that a DVD of the nation tour will be released in January 2011, and they also stated that they will release an album next year. �So you will be able to see more of "Tackey & Tsubasa" as a unit in 2011, not their solo works like last couple of years!
We will be looking for videos and pictures from the event, so stay tuned to tokyohive!
Source: Chunichi Sports