My favorite seiyuu has been and still is Hirano Aya (Aya-chan). I have loved her since I started watching anime and started getting interested into seiyuu. She’s been through her trials and tribulations, but I’ve never wavered in my support as a fan of hers. So I’m really happy that her music career is getting a reboot, with the May 23rd release of her album FRAGMENTS. I bought it myself and my favorite song on the album so far is titled Stargaze Love. I’ve been playing the song quite a lot lately and to see her perform the song live had me nostalgic through all the good times of Hirano Aya’s career so far. Love the song.
So yeah, so glad that Aya-chan’s back.
Videos of Aya-chan’s Stargaze Love live performances so far after the jump.
Not much to say here. Hirano Aya (Aya-chan) appeared on the cover of the Rolling Stone magazine in Japan. On the cover, it says “Hirano Aya REBORN”. After all the rumors and controversies Aya-chan has been linked to recently, I’m really hoping we will see the rise (again) of Aya-chan going forward. It looks as though Aya-chan has been cast in more anime series and I’m happy that Aya-chan will have more of a presence in 2012. I’ve missed her.
^ Above pic from Aya-chan’s blog.
Hirano Aya (Aya-chan) performed live for the first time in almost a year. The live was for the launch of her new fan club and for 24th birthday, which she celebrated yesterday. She announced the name of her fan club would be #AYATOMO and reassured she would be remaining a seiyuu.
Short post here just wishing my favorite seiyuu, Hirano Aya (Aya-chan), a happy 24th birthday. I hope you have a great birthday, Aya-chan. No matter what happens, I will always be a fan of Aya-chan and I will always support her.
Along with her birthday, Aya-chan’s official website and blog have been updated a bit, so I think everyone should go there and check it out.
A short post. I love Hirano Aya (Aya-chan). Love her. One of the first seiyuu I came to know about and still my favorite. She’s voiced many of my favorite anime characters such Haruhi (Suzumiya Haruhi), Konata (Lucky Star), and Kurumi (Kimi ni Todoke).