Yu Aoi for Radio Drama 6 Colors

December 4, 2012 — 1 Comment

osaka radio 6 colors yu aoi

You know, I read that post about Japan — despite its technologically-advanced image — not being a tech nation at all [1][2], so when finding this about a radio drama took me back in time back to when my mom told me they used to watch radio telenovelas (back then known as radionovelas, of course). Having Yu working on one is so bizarre… not to mention troublesome as a fan xD

6 Colors seems to be an Osaka Radio [1] drama… a experimental drama of sorts, having six different up-and-coming playwrights write each one of the six episodes of the show [1] — kinda a little bit like Camouflage maybe??? — specifically titled with a different color:

  1. Orange Hazard (橙ハザード, Daidai HAZA~DO) YouTube
  2. That Toilet is Also Red Today (あのトイレが今日も赤, Ano TOIRE ga Kyou mo Aka) YouTube
  3. Goodbye, Blue (グッバイ、ブルー, GUBBAY, BURU~) YouTube
  4. Yellow Boy (イエローボーイ, IERO~ BO~I) YouTube.
  5. STILL GREEN YouTube
  6. Cherry-colored Dress Shirt (桜色のドレスシャツ, Sakurairo no DORESU SHATSU) YouTube

The theme song of the series is in charge of Kobukuro and the song Heart’s Feathers (ココロの羽, KOKORO no Hane).

They also uploaded a brief Q&A with Yu and Oguri Shun.


On the go translation is up for grabs!

I don’t have a radio drama tag, so I’m tagging this jdrama and mobile phone drama just because. xD

Osaka Radio has actually uploaded all the episodes, but takes them down (or sets them to private in a weeks time), so I’m going to lack half the show xD If we’re all lucky, they’ll put all the episodes for the public later on. If not, we’re screwed.

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  1. Salyu x Salyu – Color Magic~ | personal.amy-wong.com - A Blog by Amy Wong. - December 5, 2012

    […] salyu x salyu had a new song out? Titled Color Magic (カラーマジック, or the KATAKANA~ pronunciation KARA~ MAJIKKU — you know Katakana baffles me), it was included in NHK’s Design Ah (デザインあ), but you know it would be the perfect companion song to 6COLORS. […]

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