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Eternal HOSHI *Saturday Only

Eternal Hoshi

Eternal HOSHI is a Live Anisong and J-Rock Cover Band from New Jersey! We have curated our show to include fan favorite songs, ranging from classic OP’s to contemporary VTuber tracks, and are excited to have you dancing and singing along with us. An Eternal HOSHI show is not just a performance, it’s an experience. When a crowd of strangers join together to belt out the opening to their favorite Anime, it is an electrifying sensation! The moment Eternal HOSHI takes the stage, we have one goal in mind; to share our passion for Anisong and J-Rock with you!

Mai Mukuno

Mai Makuno

Mai Mukuno 

is a vocalist from Fukuoka, Japan. 

Inspired by her family’s musical legacy, including a pianist mother, a singer aunt, and a grandmother who performed traditional japanese music at Carnegie Hall, is driven to excel in the world of music. Performing her own original songs, she held concerts in Tokyo every three months while also showcasing her talent at various events. Of the two singles and two albums she has released to date, ‘Asiato’ stands out as her signature song and the single ‘Midnight Demon,’ released in 2021, is a haunting and evocative piece that captures the despair and chaos of the pandemic with its dark and unique sound. Since moving her base of operations to New York in 2022 and forming the anime song collaboration group ‘ANITAP’ with a tap dancer, she has been actively performing as an anime singer at Japan festivals and other events.

Mai Mukuno Instagram
ANITAP Instagram 
Single “Midnight Demon”
Album “Ashiato” 

Takeru Saito

Takeru Saito
Takeru Saito 
is a jazz pianist, composer, and arranger from Fukushima, Japan. In 2014 he was awarded a scholarship both from TOMODACHI Suntory Music Scholarship Fund and Rotary Club Japan to attend Berklee College Of Music, where he studied with notable musicians including Joanne Brackeen, Darren Barrett, David Santoro, Terri Lyne Carrington, and Billy Kilson. While in school he was selected to perform at U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference held in Tokyo, an event Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan and Sinzo Abe, Japanese former Prime Minister participated in. He recorded with Grammy award-winning trumpeter Darren Barrett for his project, But Beautiful “Time For Romance”, which was released in 2018. In 2022, he was chosen to perform with Manhattan School of Music Jazz Orchestra, conducted by Jack Walrath at Dizzy’s Club Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. In the same year he earned Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies from Manhattan School Of Music. He has toured throughout the US as well as Japan. Currently he is based in New York, where he has been actively performing in various venues in the city.