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News Aya Hirano's "Unnamed World" Music Video Streamed
posted on 2008-04-18 12:14 EDT
The Japanese music label Lantis is streaming the music video for Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief television anime's "Unnamed world" ending theme that lead actress Aya Hirano (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Lucky Star) sings. The video is one minute, 27 seconds long, which is the length of the version used in the anime that premiered last Saturday in Japan. Hirano plays a female thief from Shinji Ohara's manga that is loosely inspired by Rampo Edogawa's Nijū-Mensō (The Fiend with 20 Faces) character.
Source: Saishin Anime Jōhō
Image © Shinji Ohara, Media Factory/Nijū-Mensō no Musume Production Committee
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