Dark fantasy idol group Starmarie held their 4th live performance in Taiwan titled The Fantasy World.
The members also participated in a gothic lolita fashion event and in a girls idol festival in Taipei.
Since Kishita Nozomi declared at the Starmarie Asia Tour in June, “We’re going to bring all of our fans to Budokan”, Starmarie have ventured on their road to the world-famous music arena. The first step on this quest jumpstarted 5 days after their show at Shinjuku Blaze on November 3. Far from showing any signs of tiredness, the idol group rode their wave of greatness onto their concert in Taiwan.
Following from the heavy-riffed Good Morning!! Hamamura Show!, Starmarie propelled their Marists (fans) into their world of dark fantasy with A Mad Dance In The Moonlight and Who Killed Circus. Interspersed among their set were their sentimental and ephemeral rock tunes, their new tracks Milky Way from my roof (the view you have seen before) and The magic has gone, both well-received by the crowd. After 19 stunning songs, it was announced at the end of the concert that Starmarie would be returning to the Taiwan stage on March 20.
Prior to the show, the members represented Japan at an Asia-wide Girls Idol Festival along with idols Hazuki, Suzuhara Yumi, Juriri Juriran Mirai Gorogoro Colony the 13th and Tira from Taiwan.
On November 7, Starmarie forayed into the fashion world via guest appearances in Japanese gothic lolita fashion event Salon de Trianon. They were dressed in Putumayo, elements,H, and RoseMarie seoir.
Starmarie will perform in Hong Kong for the first time on December 19 at Hong Kong Girls Idol Music Festival, and again at their own one-man live on December 20.
Back in Japan, they are going to perform at Shibuya O-East on February 19, and then their Tomeihan (Tokyo / Nagoya / Osaka) tour will take place at Osaka Esaka Muse on April 10, Nagoya M.I.D on April 17, and Akasaka Blitz on April 27.
Finally, don’t miss the video of Watanabe Kaede dancing Portrait of Beautiful Reona in front of Chiang Kai Shek Memorial in Taiwan.