On September 25, the official Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage website announced that the most recent stage show will get a Blu-Ray release. Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage: Ouka no Utage – Sai will ship to stores on January 28, 2022 with a suggested retail price of 8,800 yen ($79.46 USD).

According to Rakuten’s receipt, the Blu-Ray will include the night show from September 26, as well as a backstage “Hanagumi Channel” video feature.

Advance pre-orders will be available at the venue, and via Rakuten Ticket for customers who previously purchased tickets. Customers who pre-order at the venue will receive an autographed bromide of one of the cast members, while supplies last.

In addition, all Rakuten pre-orders will receive access to a cast video retrospective on the show, as well as a set of bromides featuring the main Flower Division members and Sumire Kanzaki.

visual depicting the bromides that will be given with pre-orders of the Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage: Ouka no Utage - Kai Blu-ray

Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage: Ouka no Utage – Sai is being held at Tokyo’s Hulic Hall from September 25 – 26. The two-day event will feature four shows, tickets to which are currently priced at 8,000 yen each.

On September 15, it was announced that a live streaming version of the September 26 shows will also be offered via MixCh. Tickets will be priced at 3,800 yen each. In addition, ticket sellers are offering a bundle that includes digital passes to both shows, as well as a special cast roundtable video for 7,300 yen.

The main cast includes:

  • Yuna Sekine (Sakura Amamiya)
  • Rina Takahashi (Hatsuho Shinonome)
  • Yui Kanchiku (Azami Mochizuki)
  • Juri Hirayu (Anastasia Palma)
  • Natsume Oki (Clarissa “Claris” Snowflake)
  • Moemi Katayama (Sumire Kanzaki)

The members of the Sprout Division include:

  • Seira Yamada
  • Rio Yazawa
  • Honmiya Hikaru
  • Yuri Kojima
  • Mizuki Kodachi
  • Nanako Komori
  • Makoto Nagai
  • Makino Reina
  • Yori Mishima
  • Yuna Yamashita

The first Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage: Ouka no Utage was a one-day event, which took place on March 21, 2021. Two concerts were shown at Tokyo’s Hulic Hall, and offered via digital outlets for streaming.