Takadanobaba AREA presents Cosmo Town-Music Day-
Title: Takadanobaba AREA presents Cosmo Town ~ 326 days ~
Performance date: March 26, 2019 (Tuesday)
Venue: Takadanobaba AREA
HOWL / HELLO. / LAVANS / SHiSHi / Jack Caper / HAKLO / Herterskelter / Shiina Hikari
OPEN 16:00 / START 16:30
Advance sale ¥ 3,500 / day ¥ 4,000 (by Drink)
1, 2019/02/17 (Sun) AM 10: 00- Purchase is here
2, day ticket
* Admission order: e + → day ticket
Takadanobaba AREA 03-3361-1069
Manami Toyota (豊田 真奈美 Toyota Manami, born March 2, 1971) in Masuda, Shimane, Japan, she is a retired professional wrestler, best known for her work with the All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW) promotion.
Following AJW's closure, she continued to work in other joshi promotions such as Gaea and NEO. Toyota is a member of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame. Dave Meltzer has called Toyota "one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time, regardless of gender"
Manami Toyota made her professional wrestling debut on August 5, 1987, at the age of 16, in a singles match against Sachiko Nakamura. Her big break came in her second year, on the first Wrestlemarinpiad show from Yokohama Arena, on May 6, 1989. Teamed with Mima Shimoda as the Tokyo Sweethearts, she defeated Etsuko Mita and Toshiyo Yamada in a match that nearly stole the card from the more established veterans. The bout had all the basic ingredients that made Toyota a star, including flashy moves, fast and frequent tags, double-team moves, and a long series of dramatic near falls. When the bout was released as part of a four-hour commercial tape, Toyota became recognized as a wrestler to watch
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s): Manami Toyota
Billed height: 1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)
Billed weight: 68 kg (150 lb)
Trained by: Jaguar Yokota
Debut: August 5, 1987
Retired: November 3, 2017
Mayumi Ozaki (尾崎 魔弓 Ozaki Mayumi) (born October 28, 1968) is a Japanese professional wrestler.
Ozaki debuted in a tag team match in August, 1986.  In her career, she held the WWWA tag titles with Dynamite Kansai from April 11, 1993 to December 6, 1993 (both winning from and losing to Manami Toyota and Toshiyo Yamada of All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling, selected for "Wrestling Observer Newsletter's Match of the Year for 1993". They rematched in April 1993 and won at the Dreamslam II (and with it the titles); the first time a woman's match won the award. Their final match was at St. Battle Final in December. (AJW).  She also held the UWA Junior and JWP Junior titles between 1988 and 1991, and teamed with Cutie Suzuki and Hikari Fukuoka to win the JWP Tag Titles a number of times between 1992 and 1995. She held the AAAW Tag Team Championship with Aja Kong, beating GAEA's Sugar Sato and Chikayo Nagashima on August 23, 1998 in Tokyo.
Ring name(s): Mayumi Ozaki
Pure Wild: Queen of the Street Fight
Billed height: 1.55 m (5 ft 1 in)
Billed weight: 57 kg (126 lb)
Trained by: Kotetsu Yamamoto
Debut: August 17, 1986
WWE: World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., d/b/a WWE, is an American integrated media and entertainment company that is primarily known for professional wrestling. WWE has also branched out into other fields, including movies, real estate, and various other business ventures.
The WWE name also refers to the professional wrestling promotion itself, founded by Jess McMahon and Toots Mondt in 1952 as the Capitol Wrestling Corporation. As of 2019, it is the largest wrestling promotion in the world, holding over 500 events a year, with the roster divided up into various globally traveling brands, and is available to about 36 million viewers in more than 150 countries. The company's global headquarters is located in Stamford, Connecticut, with offices in major cities across the world.
As in other professional wrestling promotions, WWE shows are not legitimate contests, but purely entertainment-based, featuring storyline-driven, scripted, and choreographed matches, though matches often include moves that can put performers at risk of injury if not performed correctly. This was first publicly acknowledged by WWE's owner Vince McMahon in 1989 to avoid taxes from athletic commissions. Since the 1980s, WWE publicly has branded their product as sports entertainment, acknowledging the product's roots in competitive sport and dramatic theater.
The company's majority owner is its chairman and CEO, Vince McMahon, who retains a 42% ownership of the company's outstanding stock and 83% of the voting power.
The current entity, incorporated on February 21, 1980, was previously known as Titan Sports, Inc., which was founded that same year in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts. It acquired Capitol Wrestling Corporation Ltd., the holding company for the World Wrestling Federation, in 1982. Titan was renamed World Wrestling Federation, Inc. in 1998, then World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. in 1999, and finally the current World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. in 2002. Since 2011, the company has officially branded itself solely as WWE though the company's legal name was not changed.
Erika Shishido is a Japanese professional wrestler better known by her ring name Aja Kong. She is the founder of the Arsion all-women professional wrestling promotion and has won several championships in both singles and tag team divisions throughout her career, primarily while with All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling. Wikipedia
Born: September 25, 1970 (age 48 years), Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan
Full name: Erika Shishido
Height: 1.65 m
Billed weight: 103 kg
Chieko Suzuki (鈴木 智江子 Suzuki Chieko, born December 4, 1969) is a retired Japanese female professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Dynamite Kansai (ダイナマイト関西 Dainamaito Kansai)
Chieko Suzuki was born on December 4, 1969, and was raised in Kyoto, Japan. In 1986 she auditioned for All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW), but was unsuccessful, and instead joined the first rookie class of Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling. She debuted on August 17, 1986 in Korakuen Hall, Tokyo under the ring name Miss A. When Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling was dissolved, Suzuki became part of the JWP Project. She wrestled in the United States for World Championship Wrestling, but returned to Japan in 1991, and changed her ring name to Dynamite Kansai. After leaving Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling in the mid-1990s, she joined a new wrestling promotion organisation, GAEA Japan. In 2006, she worked for Mayumi Ozaki's promotion, OZ Academy. In 2015, Kansai returned to the United States for the first time in twenty-four years, appearing for Shimmer Women Athletes alongside Aja Kong. In 2012, she was diagnosed with lung cancer and was declared cancer-free after a four-year battle. Kansai ended her 30-year career on December 11, 2016, defeating Mayumi Ozaki in her retirement match
All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (全日本女子プロレス Zennihon Joshi Puroresu), nicknamed Zenjo (全女: 全 meaning "All", 女 meaning "Woman") was a joshi puroresu (women's professional wrestling) promotion established in 1968 by Takashi Matsunaga and his brothers. The group held their first card on June 4 of that year. For many years, it had a TV program on Fuji TV.
The All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling Corporation, established in 1968, was the successor to the All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling Association, which had been formed in August 1955, to oversee the plethora of women's wrestling promotions that had sprung up in Japan following a tour in November, 1954, by Mildred Burke and her World Women's Wrestling Association (WWWA). These promotions included the All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling Federation, and the All Japan Women's Wrestling Club, started in 1948, which was the first women's wrestling promotion in Japan. For a time the Club pushed female wrestling as a legitimate sport, booking sporting arenas.In the fall of 1970, AJW, which had been contesting the American Girls' Wrestling Association Championship since the previous year, hosted Marie Vagnone, new holder of Mildred Burke's WWWA World Single Championship which had been revived in a WWWA tournament earlier that year in Los Angeles. On October 15, 1970, in Tokyo, Vagnone lost the WWWA title to Aiko Kyo, and AJW had a new world championship singles belt. The next year, AJW acquired the WWWA World Tag Team Championship as well, when Jumbo Miyamoto and Aiko Kyo were made the first champions on June 30, 1971.
WWWA World Tag Team Championship: The World Women's Wrestling Association (WWWA) World Tag Team Championship was the top doubles championship in All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (AJW) from 1970 until it closed in 2005. During those years the title was held by many of the most famous tag teams in Japanese women's professional wrestling, including the Beauty Pair (Jackie Sato and Maki Ueda) and the Crush Gals (Chigusa Nagayo and Lioness Asuka). The WWWA Tag Team belt succeeded AJW's original tag belt, the American Girls Wrestling Association (AGWA) Tag Team Championship, which was contested in AJW from 1968 until 1970.
Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling is a privately held American professional wrestling promotion based in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded by its former President, Jeff Jarrett, and former Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jerry Jarrett, in 2002 as J Sports & Entertainment, LLC (operated as NWA: Total Nonstop Action; a.k.a. NWA-TNA), it is the second-largest professional wrestling promotion in the United States, after WWE and before Ring of Honor.
Panda Energy International purchased a controlling interest (71%) in the company in 2002 from Jerry Jarrett, re-incorporating it to TNA Entertainment, LLC in the process. Then, in 2012, Panda Energy divested itself of its stake in TNA. Jeff, the company's former Vice President, departed the company as Executive Vice President of Development/Original Programming on December 22, 2013, but remained as minority shareholder until his return on June 24, 2015. Jarrett's departure as minority shareholder, and therefore his complete departure from the company, came as a result of his return to the promotion, with the deal for his return including the transfer of his minority stake. According to reports, in 2012, when Panda Energy divested itself of its ownership stake in TNA, TNA's President and Panda Energy founder Robert Carter and President and Chief Executive Officer Janice Carter's daughter, Dixie, acquired said stake, making her TNA's majority shareholder. Then, in 2015, when Jarrett sold his minority stake, Dixie acquired that as well, placing her as TNA's sole shareholder, along with her continuing as President.
According to a report, on August 7, 2015, TNA filed a new business name of Impact Ventures LLC. It was reported near the beginning of 2016 that Aroluxe Marketing, a Brentwood, Tennessee-based marketing agency, had taken a stake in TNA at the start of 2016 in return for providing partial funding, as well as taking over TNA's production operations. It was reported on June 6, 2016 that Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan acquired a minority stake in TNA from Dixie Carter, placing him as TNA's minority owner and Dixie's partner within TNA; however, it has since been clarified through a lawsuit Corgan has filed against TNA that he provided a loan to Dixie. Then, on August 12, 2016, TNA appointed Corgan as the company's new President and the transition of Dixie from President to the company's new Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer. It was reported on September 16, 2016 by the New York Post that Canada's Fight Network, through its parent company, Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corporation, had taken a stake in TNA. On November 4, 2016, the New York Post reported that Corgan had been removed as President, then on November 30, it also reported that Corgan had settled his lawsuit against TNA, with Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corp acquiring the loans Corgan made to Dixie in the process.
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Cosmo Town-A coupling song for Chat Monchy 's sixth single " Orange ".
The AAAW (All Asia Athlete Women's) Single Championship or AAAW Championship was a women's professional wrestling championship belt contested in the Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion Gaea Japan The belt was abandoned in 2005, after Gaea was closed down.
Promotion: Gaea Japan
Date established: November 2, 1996
Other name(s): AAAW Heavyweight Championship
In professional wrestling, the independent circuit or indie circuit is the collective name of independent professional wrestling promotions which are smaller than major televised promotions. It is roughly analogous to a minor league for pro wrestling, or community or regional theatre.
Specific promotions on the independent circuit are referred to as indie promotions or indies. A wrestler is said to be in the indies or working the indies if she or he is wrestling in one of the independent promotions, or working the indie circuit if she or he is performing in different independent promotions
The National Wrestling Alliance is an American professional wrestling organization. Formed in 1948, it was for a time the most-recognized brand and largest governing body in professional wrestling. Wikipedia
Headquarters: Waterloo, Iowa, United States
Sam Muchnick, Orville Brown, Tony Stecher, Pinkie George, Harry Light
Founded 1948; 71 years ago
Robert Trobich – Pro Wrestling Organization LLC (1989–2012)
R. Bruce Tharpe – International Wrestling Corp, LLC (2012–2017)
Billy Corgan – Lightning One, Inc.(2017–present)
Day (day, shed, or, Luo : Dies , UK : Day ) is
For a whole day and night. Also, the word ( concept ) to count it as a unit  . This will be described in detail in this section.
Sunday's. → Sunday
Japanese in, alone "fire", Chinese of the numeral "day" If you follow the, native Japanese words when following the numeral Read "Do" ( "N good", and in some cases "Nana" is Chinese Treat it like a few words).
The use of "hi" and "ka" in Yamato words is "one day", "two days", "three days", "four days", "yoka", A day like "fifth day" (someday), "tenth day" (french day), "fifth day" (hatsuka), "fifth day" (misoka) (seven days) is "hi", several days "Ka" is used for the day.
Originally “day 1” is a way of thinking when it is based on the periodic movement of the sun seen from the ground (and the change of the sky and ground's periodic light and dark changes accompanying it ) [Note 1] , humanity is how to capture universal to, any civilization even in, has been used.
However, even if it says "one day", there are various time systems in (modern) astronomy, and the lengths in the solar time , the average solar time , the universal time (UT), the stellar time , and the calendar time (ET) It is different  . For example, the time interval is different between a day (unit symbol: d) as a unit of time and a calendar day (average sun day or " length of day ( LOD )")
Jin-Machine is a Japanese visual band. The nickname is Jinma.
The band is from Sendai city, Miyagi prefecture, formed around 2005.
It is engaging with twin vocals divided into a clean part and a department store and a mixture rock with popular, punk, progressive, enka, reggae, bossa nova etc... in colorfully interwoven with metal-based music.
The band concept is "a visual system that starts with a bungea and can be enjoyed by the whole family."
Their activities started around 2006. They are active in the current members who are an entertainment group that plays on stage with elements of comedy, anime, and otaku in LIVE (they call them Misa) while sitting in visual genres. They appeared as an opening act at the 2011 V-Rock Festival.
REIGN (reen) is a visual rock band in Japan activated on November 9, 2013, based in Tokyo.
It was formed in 2013, mainly former member is KAJI. The origin of the band name is "From the image that it wishes to be so meaningful". The concept of the band is "demonic right straight", meaning "to watch the LIVE, to make people who listen to music easy to understand the world view". The name of the fan is "small devil", members and official mascot characters are also set as demons, and incorporate "devilish" elements throughout the live, such as raising Koruna 's hand sign as "devil's angular pose" .
They moved to "SPEED DISK" from "Satanical Right Straight Records" which is a voluntary label in 2016.
It celebrated its 3rd anniversary on November 9, 2016.
Anfiel is a visual kei band including: Mizuki - guitar, Natsume - Bass, Shogo - Vocal, Hal - Drum, yukito - Guitar. They debuted on January 22nd 2015.
Anfiel is another recent highlight of the chaotic scenario that has become visual kei. The band, which began in 2014 and had its official debut on January 22, 2015, has six singles and numerous shows with several other bands.
With a more joyful and agitated sound, SHOGO carries the melody of the band with an interesting voice and that fits very well with the instrumental composed by the other members, MIZUKI, NATSUME, HAL and YUKITO. Incredible songs that are capable of taking anyone out of the chair to shake their limbs.
The band's latest work, Lamplight = melody, which was officially released in stores on December 14, can now be checked on the official ANFIEL channel on Youtube. The clip shows a calmer side of the band, with a churning chorus, highs and lows in the melody and still amazing guitar solo! It's definitely something worth watching.
Another great recommendation, from this incredible band, is the song LAVA (ラ ヴ ァ) and can also be checked on their official YouTube channel. The song is part of the third single released in March this year and shows a heavier side the band can take on.