We've translated Strolling with Aqours - 1st Years ver! The first years explore Numazu Gamers, see the Aqours wrapped taxis, trains and busses, visit Numazu Burger for a meal, and finally visit the Numazu Deep Sea Aquarium! Follow along with them as they explore the various things to do in Numazu! Download the episode here! TL: LuciaHunter TS: Chesszz QC: Yuniikorn
Without further ado, here is the final version of our Aqours 2nd Live HAPPY PARTY TRAIN callbook! It features art from /r/LoveLive’s talented flowerstand illustrators, as well as chibis from Shukamod!
We hope this callbook assists you and serves as a nice memorial item to remember this live by. Whether you printed one yourself, picked it up from some of our volunteer community leaders at a Live Viewing/Delayed Viewing, or perhaps even at the venue itself. (more…)
Calls 101: If you’ve ever attended a Japanese concert (also known as a “live), you may have seen some people shouting unique phrases and waving lightsticks. These actions derive from the combination of chanting and dancing known as “wotagei”, and has made its way to anisong lives in the form of “calls”. With calls, the fans act as one to give it their all to support their favorite performers that are on stage. HOW In some shape or form you may have already performed calls. If you’ve ever been to a normal concert, you may have seen the performer(s) hype up the crowd by having shout along with them, yelling “Oi! Oi! Oi!” or “Hey! Hey! Hey” Calls are more or less an advanced version of this, while also including arm movements and lightsticks. Your standard list of calls would consist of "Hai!" Repeated in a chant or in combo (e.g "Hai! Hai! HaiHaiHaiHai!" “Fu!”/”FuFu! “Fuwa” combo “Se-no!” Signal PPPH combo (“Oooooo HAI!”) Along with calls, lightsticks are an essential tool to fully enjoy the concert experience. These come in…