Japanese singer JUJU will release her new single titled “What you want” ahead of her comeback album! 



The song “What You Want”  will be released on November 18th and the public may find it familiar, as they had already had the chance to listen to it as the OST of the drama “Gisou no Fuufu“.



The single album will also include two covers:  France Gall‘s “Poupée de cire, poupée de son” and Nakamori Akina‘s “Kazari Janai yo Namida wa”. Also, the limited edition will include a DVD of the last concert JUJU held at Blue Note Tokyo.



In addition, the singer also unveiled some details on her upcomign 6th album. Even though she hasn’t revealed the album title yet, she stated that it will be out on December 9th and it will be followed by a tour around Japan titled “JUJU HALL TOUR 2016“! The tour will take place from April to July of next year and the tickets’ pre-reservation will be available for her official fan club “JUJU FAM”.



These are the official dates for the tour:


April 2016

Sunday, April 10 – Sun City Hall (Saitama)
Wednesday, April 13 – Ichikawa-shi Bunka Kaikan (Chiba)
Friday, April 15 – Aomori-shi Bunka Kaikan (Aomori)
Sunday, April 17 – Akita Kenmin Kaikan (Akita)
Friday, April 22 – Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Shizuoka)
Sunday, April 24 – Nagaragawa Convention Center (Gifu)
Tuesday, April 26 – Festival Hall (Osaka)
Wednesday, April 27 – Festival Hall (Osaka)



May 2016

Sunday, May 1 – Aubade Hall (Toyama)
Tuesday, May 3 – Kanazawa Kagekiza (Ishikawa)
Wednesday, May 4 – Phoenix Plaza (Fukui)
Sunday, May 8 – Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall (Kagoshima)
Tuesday, May 10 – Kumamoto Shimin Kaikan Sojo Daigaku Shimin Hall (Kumamoto)

Thursday, May 12 – Fukuoka Sun Palace (Fukuoka)
Friday, May 13 – Fukuoka Sun Palace (Fukuoka)

Wednesday, May 18 – NHK Hall (Tokyo)

Thursday, May 19 – NHK Hall (Tokyo)

Sunday, May 22 – Beisia Bunka Hall (Gunma)

Wednesday, May 25 – Kobe International House (Hyogo)

Thursday, May 26 – Kobe International House (Hyogo)

Saturday, May 28 – Nagoya Congress Center (Aichi)

Sunday, May 29 – Nagoya Congress Center (Aichi)



June 2016

Friday, June 3 – Kagawa Kenmin Hall (Kagawa)

Saturday, June 4 – Matsuyama Shimin Kaikan (Ehime)

Thursday, June 9 – Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan (Okayama)

Saturday, June 11 – Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall (Hiroshima)

Thursday, June 16 – Rome Theater Kyoto (Kyoto)

Saturday, June 18 – Orix Theater (Osaka)

Sunday, June 19 – Orix Theater (Osaka)

Thursday, June 23 – Nitori Bunka Hall (Hokkaido)

Friday, June 24 – Nitori Bunka Hall (Hokkaido)

Sunday, June 26 – Niigata Kenmin Kaikan (Niigata)

Thursday, June 30 – Tokyo International Forum (Tokyo)



July 2016

Friday, July 1 – Tokyo International Forum (Tokyo)

Sunday, July 3 – Koriyama Shimin Bunka Center (Fukushima)

Wednesday, July 6 – Kanagawa Kenmin Hall (Kanagawa)

Saturday, July 9 – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall (Miyagi)

Sunday, July 10 – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall (Miyagi)




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