What You Need to Know:
- For March 2019, ANiUTa, the anime music streaming app, will be featuring anime music vocalist Asaka, whose name comes from an abbreviation of Blooming Flower of Asia in Japanese.
- In October of 2016, Asaka made her anime music debut at 17 years old, with the ending theme song "Open Your Eyes" for the anime Occultic;Nine. Since then, Asaka has worked on many anime songs, including the ending for A Centaur’s Life, the opening for Laid-Back Camp, the ending for Island, the opening for YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World, as well as a number of songs for video games.
- Asaka, revealed in ANiUTa a special video that shows what went on behind the scenes of her first album tour plus an exclusive concert footage. Watch it here:
- For more on ANiUTa and its music service, be sure to visit the official Twitter and Facebook pages.
- If you still haven't downloaded the popular app, then we highly recommend you should! It's available now for iOS and Android platforms!