Latest Yowapeda/Yowamushi Pedal Stage Play's TV Ad Streamed
posted on by Kyle Hallmark
Marvelous began streaming a TV ad for the Yowamushi Pedal Futatsu no Chōten: IRREGULAR (Yowamushi Pedal The Two Summits: IRREGULAR) stage play on its official YouTube channel on Saturday. The ad promotes the final performance of the play, which will take place in Fukuoka on November 8.
A live streamed version of the performance will also be screened in movie theaters throughout Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea. Tickets for the screening will cost 3,600 yen (about US$30) and are on sale from November 1-5.
The ad also mentions that the Yowamushi Pedal manga currently has 14 million copies in print.
Yowamushi Pedal Futatsu no Chōten: IRREGULAR is the seventh in a series of plays based off of Wataru Watanabe's manga; the first installment premiered in 2012. The play ran in Nagoya from October 8-12 and Tokyo from October 22-25, is running in Osaka from October 29-November 3, and will run in Fukuoka from November 7-8. Regular tickets cost 6,800 yen (about US$56), while premium tickets cost 9,800 (about US$81).
The stage play's cast is as follows:
Yūki Ogoe as Sakamichi Onoda
Motohiro Ōta as Shunsuke Imaizumi (returning cast member)
Tomoki Hirose as Yūsuke Makishima (returning cast member)
Ryō Kitamura as Jinpachi Tōdō (returning cast member)
Yuki Torigoe as Shōkichi Naruko (returning cast member)
Shōhei as Jin Tadokoro
Naoya Gōmoto as Shingo Kinjō (returning cast member)
Eiji Takigawa as Juichi Fukutomi (returning cast member)
Ryōtarō Akimoto as Yukinari Kuroda (returning cast member)
Keisuke Ueda as Sangaku Manami (returning cast member)
Kento Masui as Nobuyuki Mizuta (returning cast member)
Mizuki Ōno as Shūsaku Itogawa
Yūya Asato as Tōji Kanzaki
Ogoe is replacing Ryōta Murai in the role of Sakamichi Onoda, Shōhei is replacing Yūki Tomotsune in the role of Jin Tadokoro, and Asato is replacing Masahiro Kuranuki, who last appeared as the character Tōji Kanzaki in the first stage play.
Images © Wataru Watanabe (Weekly Shonen Champion)/Yowamushi Pedal Production Committee, Toho, DxL Creation