(Full title: “Interview with Naoya Shimokawa on Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten: Approaching the full story of a man lauded as ‘Utawarerumono’ and his companions”)
A translation of a Famitsu interview with AQUAPLUS executive director Naoya Shimokawa on April 4, 2022 regarding the game Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten.
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A translation of the song “YOI❁HARU” by the musical duo unit of the same name (consisting of vocalists Kanako Itou and Hassy). The song is dedicated to Itou and Hassy’s pet dogs Yoiko, Umesaburou, and Haruko, whom the unit is also named after.
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Blue Cats released their translation of LBX Retsuden — History of Justice today! I served as editor. Be sure to check it out!
LBX Retsuden — History of Justice
A translation of all of the interviews included in the Digimon Adventure tri. special feature of volume 32 (the December 2015 issue) of hobby magazine Febri, held with the following:
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- Character designer Atsuya Uki
- Voice actors Natsuki Hanae (Taichi Yagami) and Mutsumi Tamura (Koushirou Izumi)
- Lead writer Yuuko Kakihara and scriptwriters Mitsutaka Hirota, Yuniko Ayana, Takaaki Suzuki, and Yasuhiro Nakanishi
- Setting researcher Takaaki Suzuki
- Producer Shuuhei Arai
- Director Keitarou Motonaga
The Digimon Adventure Fes. 2016 event on July 31, 2016 at Olympus Hall Hachioji involved a Digimon Adventure tri.-themed stage reading, with the voice actors reading out a script for a skit. The official Digimon Adventure tri. website contains a snippet (posted on November 24, 2016) allegedly from the script that, for some reason, does not seem to be recorded on the official Blu-ray and DVD release.
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A translation of an interview with Digimon Frontier voice actress Junko Takeuchi (voice of Takuya Kanbara) and a short Q&A with producer Hiromi Seki, from the October 2002 issue of Animedia.
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(Original title: “Interview with the creator of this exclusive Digimon Tamers poster!”)
A translation of an interview posted on the Digimon Partners website on February 7, 2022 with promotional illustration producer Asako Tsukahara and animation producer Yousuke Kinoshita, primarily regarding production behind promotional and merchandise art for Digimon Tamers‘ 20th anniversary.
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The Digimon Adventure LAST EVOLUTION Kizuna Blu-ray deluxe edition booklet contains summaries of the character arcs of the twelve main featured Chosen Child and Digimon pairs. For the eight pairs originating from Digimon Adventure, each paragraph recaps their character arcs across Adventure, Adventure 02, and Adventure tri., while the remaining four have a recap of their character arcs in Adventure 02.
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A translation of “A Music Director’s Soliloquy” (音楽ディレクターの独り言), a booklet included with the DiGiMONMUSiC 100 Title Commemoration Release: We Love DiGiMONMUSiC (デジモンミュージック100タイトル記念作品 We Love DiGiMONMUSIC) album collection, originally released December 25, 2002. The booklet contains commentary from sound producer and director Hiroshi Chiba on music production for Digimon Adventure, Adventure 02, Tamers, and Frontier, as well as a message from NEC Interchannel producer Shintarou Matsui.
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This post is a masterlist for translations of the songs featured on the Digimon Adventure character songs from the following albums:
- Digimon Adventure Character Song + Mini Drama 1 (November 5, 1999)
- Digimon Adventure Character Song + Mini Drama 2 (December 3, 1999)
- Digimon Adventure Character Song + Mini Drama 3 (January 7, 2000)
- Digimon Adventure Enemy Character Song File (May 24, 2000)
For organization’s sake, this masterlist contains only the character songs and not any of the other songs featured on the albums. It also does not include the Mini Drama portions (which have already been translated by onkeikun here), but it does include the “Quotes” tracks from the Enemy Character Song File.
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