What You Need to Know:
- The TV anime Deaimon, a story of bonding through wagashi (Japanese sweets) set in an old confectionary store in Kyoto, will finally begin airing on April 6 in Japan.
- Today it was announced that the ending theme of this anime, which will be performed by the special unit Deaimon (ayaho + Junichi Soga), will also be released as a single on April 20.
- The ending theme, “Koko ni Aru Yakusoku,” is an original song written and composed by ayaho, a 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Kyoto who gained popularity through social media, with arrangement by Junichi Soga, an up-and-coming sound creator.
- You can hear a sample of “Koko ni Aru Yakusoku” in the recently released trailer for Deaimon, so please check it out!
Title: Koko ni Aru Yakusoku
Release date: April 20, 2022
Artist: Deaimon (ayaho + Junichi Soga)
Product No.: VTCL-35344
Price: ¥1,320 (inc. tax)
1. Koko ni Aru Yakusoku (Lyrics/composition: ayaho, arrangement: Junichi Soga)
2. Anata ga Soba ni Itekuretara (Lyrics/composition: ayaho, arrangement: Junichi Soga)
3. Koko ni Aru Yakusoku (instrumental)
4. Anata ga Soba ni Itekuretara (instrumental)
CD cover to feature an original anime illustration
Available on streaming services and major download sites such as the iTunes Store, RecoChoku, and mora from April 20.
Streaming services: Apple Music, LINE MUSIC, Spotify, YouTube Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, AWA, KKBOX, Rakuten Music, TOWER RECORDS MUSIC, ANiUTa
A special unit formed for the ending project of the TV anime Deaimon. It consists of Kyoto-based singer-songwriter ayaho and up-and-coming sound creator Junichi Soga.
Singer-songwriter living in Kyoto.
19 years old. An original song titled “Chime no Oto de” that she uploaded to TikTok attracted a lot of attention, and it currently has over 900,000 views on YouTube.
She has also achieved excellent results at many contests, including being selected as a finalist in the Teenage White Paper 2021, the largest teenage talent discovery project in the Kansai region.
Former leader of Tornado Tatsumaki.
Since the band’s hiatus, he has been involved in recording, live support, and sound production for Southern All Stars, Keisuke Kuwata, Yuko Hara, Ayano Tsuji, THE BACK HORN, Seishiro Kusunose, Ayaka Hirahara, Enko Inoue, Ryota Fujimaki, and others.
Source: Official Press Release