Kouji Wada to Perform Digimon Adventure tri. Ketsui Ending Song

Digimon Adventure tri. Ketsui

Kouji Wada who is popular among Digimon fans as the voice behind the series signature opening song “Butterfly” is returning to perform the ending theme song of Digimon Adventure tri. Ketsui (Determination). Wada performed “Butter-Fly ~tri.Version~” as the opening for the 15th anniversary project of the franchise, the six-part theatrical anime film Digimon Adventure tri. “Butter-Fly ~tri.Version~” will continue to be the opening theme for the second film of the anime project.

Wada will perform Digimon Adventure tri. Ketsui ending theme song titled “Seven ~tri.Version~“, it is a new version of the Digimon Adventure insert song “Seven.” Composing the song and writing the lyrics is Kōhei Koyama while arranging the song is Cher Watanabe.

Digimon Adventure tri. Ketsui story was described by the project’s English website as follows:

Time has passed since Alphamon appeared, and restoration work has moved ahead little by little in the town of Odaiba.

“I had decided once I got back to Japan, I’d be sure to take a dip in a big bath!” shouts Mimi. Because of that and a desire to make their new members Meiko Mochizuki and Meicoomon feel welcome, the DigiDestined go to a nearby hot springs theme park. Everyone has a good time, but Joe doesn’t show up.

Joe feels caught between the imminent reality of college entrance exams, and his responsibilities as a DigiDestined.

“Why do we have to do this again?”

Just then, another infected Digimon appears in Odaiba. It’s that proud virus type, Ogremon… As a TV station helicopter relays a broadcast of his rampage, Mimi and Palmon spring into action.

“We’ll show people that there are good Digimon, too!”

Mimi and Palmon ignore Koshiro’s attempts to hold them back, however, and their battle brings about unforeseen consequences…

Joe and Mimi each have their own troubles. Then on the day of Tsukishima General High School’s festival, that man appears before them…

Digimon Adventure tri. second film will open in Japanese theaters on March 12 for a limited –three-week run. 

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