Japan-A-Radio was granted an exclusive one on one interview with Japanese Rock band ROOKiEZ IS PUNK'D at Sakuracon this past weekend before their concert took place. ROOKiEZ IS PUNK'D features SHINNOSUKE on guitar and vocals, U on drums and RYOTA on Bass. After starting off with their thoughts on Seattle, where they visited Pike Place Market and the Gumwall, we dove into the meat of the interview, starting with their expectations of an American audience for their concert.
Sakura-Con 2019 - The Promised Neverland Interview
japanaradio.com Sunday, 28 April 2019 06:13:03
Sakuracon 2019 – The Promised Neverland Interview
By Sean Cruz, Matthew Fu, Jun Hong Pua & Lisa Su
Japan-A-Radio was part of a group interview with the creative team behind The Promised Neverland, including Mamoru Kanbe (Director), Sumire Morohoshi (Voice Actress, Emma), Shinobu Ono (Cloverworks Producer), & Kenta Suzuki (Aniplex Producer), during Sakura-Con 2019 this past weekend.
Sakura-Con 2018: OKAMOTO's Interview
japanaradio.com Friday, 6 April 2018 23:22:02
OKAMOTO's are Sho (Vocals), Kouki (Guitar), Hama (Bass), and Reiji (Drums). Sho answered the majority of the questions, half of them in English as well. The other band members often piped in as well, starting off with a further explanation of the band's name.
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Anime Director and American Comic Book fan Hiroshi Nagahama conducted a joint interview at Sakura-Con 2017 in which Japan-A-Radio was invited to be a part of. He spoke at length about his thoughts on American comics and the Marvel Universe, and on his upcoming collaboration with Stan Lee called “The Reflection”. Nagahama also spoke about the rotoscope process used in the anime series “Flowers of Evil”, which started off the interview.