Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu is the debut solo single of Rev. from DVL's Kanna Hashimoto. The title track was used as the theme song for the movie Sailor Suit and Machine Gun: Graduation (original work of Hikroko Yakushimaru from 1981) where she also starred as the main character.

Kanna Hashimoto (環奈橋本)is a Japanese Idol, singler and actress under Yoshimoto R&C. She is one of Rev. from DVL's members. She also appeared together with Yamada Ryosuke and Yamamoto Maika on Assassination Classroom Live Action (part 1 and part 2) as the Autonomous Fixed Artillery or also known as Ritsu. Kanna will also be starring on Gintama Live Action as Kagura.

Nearly 4 years ago (?) , she was discovered by blogger who has the photograph of her during a local event. The photograph went viral and captured the hearts of many, they admired her natural beauty. She then was entitiled "beyond cute idol", "beyond angelic idol" and "a talent in once in a millenium". She then appeared and promoted different commercials.

During an interview, Yamada Ryosuke said that she is cute (in a dere-dere way) (awhh... wait, can I ship them now? xDxD)

Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu
[09.23.16] Debut Solo Single


01 Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu
02 arigatou
03 Little Star
04 Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu (movie ver.)
05 Sailor Fuku to Kikanjuu (instrumental)
06 arigatou (instrumental)
07 Little Star (instrumental)

will be uploading Type-A and MV soon......

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support Kanna and her group: Rev. from DVL by buying their singles!

Current Music: Akuma na Kanna - Kanna Hashimoto
Current Mood: awake
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