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Event: Japan We’ve Not Forgotten You J-Pop Charity Concert London

Four chart topping Japanese pop musicians, amongst other big names, will make a rare appearance in London on Tuesday 28th June 2011.

A selection of big name Japanese pop acts will perform at a charity concert held at McQueen in Shoreditch which aims to send further financial aid to Japan, while also offering encouragement not only to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami, but also to Japanese in England and across the world.

The pop artists are; Naomi Suzuki, an actress, singer and presenter from Japan who is also co-ordinating the event; Ayako Nakanomori, the former vocalist of NAKANOMORI BAND, one of Japan’s most successful girl-groups; the multi-million selling pop artist Yuki Koyanagi; and singer, actress (Spirited Away, Metal Gear Solid) and two time Japanese Academy Award nominee Mari Natsuki.

“I hope that bringing these world famous artists together will send encouragement to the victims in Japan. It will show them that there are people from all over the world who are caring and supporting Japan,” states Suzuki.

From left to right: Naomi Suzuki, Ayako Nakanomori, Yuki Koyanagi and Mari Natsuki.

For further information visit Japan Underground website.

Tickets are on sale now for £12 (http://www.wegottickets.com/event/122265).

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  1. JackD
    June 14, 2011 at 4:29 pm

    Hi Guys Just Lettin u know il be there with a few guests from the biz……lookin 4wrd to it & glad you ok Naomi…take care l8rz

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