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Eisuke Naito, famed director of Forgiven Children (2020), Yattaman (2009) and Let's Make the Teacher Have a Miscarriage Club (2011), chronicles the disturbing events of a newlywed family's life in his latest horror film "Doku Musume," released April 5, 2024 (Friday).

The theatrical version of the period drama series "Onihei Hankacho: Blood Battle," starring the tenth-generation Matsumoto Koshiro, brings a fresh adaptation of the classic series by historical novelist Shotaro Ikenami.

Japanese manga "Captain Tsubasa" has closed its chapter on a 43-year history, selling over 90 million copies worldwide.

To commemorate the first anniversary of "Suntory Draft Beer" release, Aina The End performs the renowned song "Like the Flow of the River" by Misora Hibari.

Bullet Train, a Japanese pop group, has released the music video for their new song "Jubnailer" on YouTube. The track is part of their first EP "Just like Bullet Train," which is set to be released on April 17th.

Based on the comic by Ami Waozumi, which won the grand prize in the 1st "anan Cat Manga Awards," the movie "Moon Shaped" weaves a drama of three people and a cat starting a life together in the wake of the Kumamoto earthquake.

Scheduled for a nationwide release in theaters on June 14, 2024, "A Few Minutes of Cheer" is a youth ensemble drama that delves into the authentic experiences of creativity and craftmanship.

The "Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster" series, which has masterfully remastered the dawn of the "Final Fantasy (FF)" series from "I" to "VI" for the modern era, offers a simultaneous revival of the past series, allowing players to enjoy all six games with the same quality.