Thursday, 21 April 2016

Hikaru Utada Donates Part of Proceeds from "Hanataba wo Kimi ni" to Kumamoto

Hikaru Utada's new song "Hanataba wo Kimi ni" has started being used in a gift campaign for the Kumamoto Earthquake Relief Fund.

The song is currently being used in NHK's morning drama, "Toto Nee-chan". The single was released on April 16th as a digital release.

Through the Kumamoto gift campaign, fans can send "Hanataba wo Kimi ni" to family and loved ones. If the song is purchased via iTunes or Recochoku's gift feature, a part of the proceeds will be given to the Kumamoto Earthquake Relief Fund.

A thousand people who purchase the song via the gift function will receive a "Kumamon x Kuma-chan Collaboration Sticker". The sticker is designed by Manabu Mizuno.


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