After the planned solo concert was cancelled last July, the official website of Nano announced on that the anisong singer will visit Indonesia in December 2017. Nano will make a live appearance as a guest star in J-Series Festival that will be held on 9 December 2017. The event will begin at 1430 WIT (Western Indonesia Time) in UpperRoom Annex Building, Jakarta.
I am so happy to finally go back to Indonesia!【NEWS】nano will appear at an event in Jakarta, Indonesia!! https://t.co/UPTvZgVDJ6
— nano (ナノ) (@nanonano_me) November 27, 2017
In addition to Nano, some J-Drama actor and actress, like Hayato Isomura, Honoka Yahagi, Yuki Ogoe, and Yuki Sasou, will be presented as guest stars in J-Series Festival. The event will also feature musical performances from Japanese musician Rei and Indonesian idol group JKT48.
Nano (stylized as ナノ) is an anisong singer, who used to be an Utaite —an amateur singer who covers song and upload it into the internet— before debuted under the label Flying Dog in 2012. Nano was born and raised in the United States, and is fluent in both English and Japanese. Nano has performed several theme songs for numerous anime such as “No Pain, No Game” for BTOOOM!‘s opening theme, “Savior of Song” which featured My First Story for Arpeggio of Blue Steel‘s opening theme, and “Sable” for M3: The Dark Metal‘s ending theme.
J-Series Festival is an international event held to promote Japanese live action TV Drama series aboard. The first event was held in Thailand in 2013, receiving positive response from visitors. In Indonesia, the event had been held in 2015, inviting some J-Drama stars like Yuki Furukawa and Mirei Kiritani.
The Indonesian Anime Times