On April 1, the official Twitter account for Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage posted a new cast greeting video for upcoming concert Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage ~Ouka no Utage~ <Nimaku>.
The video features Mariko Honjo in costume as Yang Xiaolong, promoting the general ticket sales for the show. After a brief introduction, Hirai talks up the general admission ticket sales for the show.
🔥ヤン・シャオロン役 #本条万里子 さんからコメント到着✨
— 新サクラ大戦 the Stage【舞台公式】 (@ShinsakuraStage) April 1, 2022
Shin Sakura Taisen the Stage ~Ouka no Utage~ <Nimaku> will be held on April 16 and 17 at Theatre 1010. According to a February 19 tweet, the show will include “masterpieces that have been passed down from the days of the kayo shows.” Customers who attend the live show will receive a random bromide that’s been autographed by its corresponding cast member.
As of press time, a digital version has not been announced.
The confirmed showtimes are as follows:
- April 16, 2022 at 14:00 JST
- April 16, 2022 at 18:00 JST
- April 17, 2022 at 13:00 JST
- April 17, 2022 at 17:00 JST
The confirmed 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)
- Mariko Honjo (Yang Xiaolong)
- Nishida Hirai (Yui Huang)
- Kaede (Arthur)
- Honoha Komatsu (Lancelot)
- Seira Yamada (Oboro)
A Blu-Ray release is planned for a later date. Both shows on April 16, as well as the April 17 daytime show will be followed by a talk show event. The confirmed lineups are as follows:
- April 16, 2022 at 14:00 JST: Mariko Honjo, Hirai Nishida, Kaede, Honoha Komatsu, Moemi Katayama; Title: “First Utage”
- April 16, 2022 at 18:00 JST: Yuna Sekine, Rina Takahashi, Yui Kanchiku, Juri Hirayu, Natsume Oki, Seira Yamada (Oboro); title: Oboro no Kasatsudan Recon -Disaster-
- April 17, 22 at 13:00 JST: Yuna Sekine, Rina Takahashi, Yui Kanchiku, Juri Hirayu, Natsume Oki, Mariko Honjo, Hirai Nishida, Kaede, Honoha Komatsu; Title: “Meeting!”
Tickets are available via Rakuten Ticket, and will cost 9800 yen ($86.24 USD) each.