Singer Tsuzuri Shares Her Thoughts on The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Opening Theme
16-year-old singer Tsuzuri has announced that she will finally make her major debut this summer, with the opening theme song “NAME” for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Koume Fujichika’s romantic comedy manga The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses.
Tsuzuri is a 16-year-old high school student, and has been active as a female vocalist on YouTube and social networking sites while balancing her schoolwork. She started her YouTube activities at the age of 13, and has already attracted 50,000 registered subscribers. She sings whatever genre she wants to sing, from dark songs to pop or dance tunes. In addition to singing, she has shown a wide range of talents, including drawing illustrations, mixing songs, and editing videos.
Her major debut song “NAME” is written by DECO*27, and composed/arranged by Shota Horie (PENGUIN RESEARCH).
Message from Tsuzuri:
I am Tsuzuri, the singer of the theme song for the TV anime “The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses.” I am very honored to be involved in this work in the form of a song. When I was asked to sing the theme song, I read the original manga as well as watching the anime footage, and I couldn’t stop my heartbeat over the distance between Mie-san and Komura-kun…! I think this is the kind of work that makes me happy every time I read it! I sang the song with all my heart from the unique perspective of the same generation as the two of them. Thank you very much!
She has also unveiled her new artist visual drawn by Comori:
こもり（ @comori22 ）さん
— 綴@GooDrug (@Tsuzuri_uta) April 21, 2023
Tsuzuri’s most watched video “Odo” (a cover of Ado’s fourth digital single song):
The TV anime The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses is scheduled to premiere in Japan in July 2023. The anime’s second PV featuring the opening theme is now streamed.
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Source: Tsuzuri official website
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