On September 15, the official Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage website announced that they will be hosting a live streaming version of the upcoming Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage: Ouka no Utage – Sai shows. The production is partnering with Japanese streaming provider MixCh, who will stream both shows from September 26, 2021.
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.
Customers will also receive VOD access to both shows, which will be available beginning four hours after the performance. They’ll be available until 23:59 JST on October 3. The cast roundtable video will be available until October 10, at 23:59 JST.
Tickets are available via Rakuten, Ticket Pia, ePlus, and MixCh. Customers require a Japanese mailing address to purchase tickets, and a Japanese IP address to view the shows.
It was previously announced that, due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency declaration, all in-person ticket sales would cease on September 12, for shows with more than 50% capacity sold.
Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage: Ouka no Utage – Sai will be 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. Attendees of the September 25 shows will receive a signed bromide, while those who attend the September 26 show will receive a signed sticker.
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.