Anime singer LiSA marries Oldcodex frontman Tatsuhisa Suzuki
Anime song artist LiSA (real name: Risa Oribe) has tied the knot with Tatsuhisa Suzuki, the frontman of Japanese rock band Oldcodex.
LiSA revealed the good news to her fans with a statement on her Instagram page yesterday, Jan. 22.
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いつも応援してくださる皆様へ この度、私、LiSAは鈴木達央さんと入籍しましたことをご報告させていただきます。 鈴木さんは日々を過ごす中で、なにかに迷うときや、挫けそうなときも力強く支えてくれる方です。 私なりに、私たちなりに、これからの人生を想い考え、結婚することにしました。 いつも信じてくれる皆様に、大切な瞬間を預けてくれるみんなに、 最高な音楽、最高なライブをお届けできるよう、みんなと"いい日”を重ねていけるよう、 これからも全力でLiSAをお届けします。 どうぞ今後とも宜しくお願い致します。 今日もいい日だっ。 令和二年一月二十二日 LiSA
In her post, she said that Suzuki would support her if she “gets lost or crushed” under the weight of stress, as per Crunchyroll on the same day. She also reassured her fans that she and Suzuki would do their best to “deliver LiSA” to her fans to ensure that they have a “good day” during her live events.
Meanwhile, Suzuki also spoke about his marriage on his own website, revealing that he met LiSA “under various coincidences, laughing and singing about the trivial things in our daily lives.”
“If there was anything we didn’t understand, we would work it out together, respecting each other’s opinions and forming tight bonds,” he was quoted as saying.
The vocalist also pointed out that being with LiSA has helped him realize that “happiness in [his] daily life became more natural,” which made him want to “continue to grow up with her in the future.”
LiSA is well-known for being the voice behind the song “Gurenge,” which is used as the opening theme for the popular anime series “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.” She has also performed other tracks that were used in other shows such as “Sword Art Online” and “My Hero Academia.”
On the other hand, Suzuki has made a name for himself by lending his voice to characters in “Uta no Prince Sama” and “Free! – Iwatobi Swim Club,” among others. Ryan Arcadio /ra
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