​Say Hello to Dear Kiss!

One of the famous Japanese Girl’s Dance & Vocal groups- Dear Kiss will be having a “Media Meet & Greet” session at Quill City Mall, Kuala Lumpur on 21st June 2019. Dear Kiss is an all-girl group consists of Saki, Miiwa, Rikako, Nonoko and Maho. This is the first time they visit Malaysia and wish to introduce themselves to the Malaysia media as well as their fans.

At the same time, they will be performing a couple of their songs during the “Media Meet & Greet” session. On 22nd and 23th June, they will be having a “Fans Meet and Greet session” as well. For more information, kindly check via this link: https://dearkiss.zaiko.io/_item/314824 (22nd June) and https://dearkiss.zaiko.io/_item/314837 (23rd June).

Introducing the DEAR KISS

DEAR KISS is a powerful dance and vocal girls unit which is consist of 5 members, "Saki ", "Miiwa", "Rikako","Nonoko and "Maho".

(from left to right: Saki, Rikako, Maho, Nonoko and Miiwa)

In April 2016, DEAR KISS has officially started. It has then decided they would be appeared in TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL known as one of the biggest idol events, after only 4 months from their debut.

Their first mini album reached 1st place in J-POP charts‘Oricon Daily’, and they held the first live concert at Shinjuku BLAZE on 20th August 2016.

On that stage, they incorporated Saki Shishima’s ideas and which enabled them to introduce many kinds of directions such as the stage mixing dance and projected image, debuted 3 songs, focusing on singing without dancing and so on. Despite the fact that they are still newly recognised, they managed to attract audiences with very challenging performance. As a result, the solo live performance ended successfully. During last 6 months, DEAR KISS has appeared in a number of events in Singapore and HongKong.

On 13th and 14th July, DEAR KISS has been invited to perform the main opening act at SMACH 2019 (one of the biggest Anime festival) in Sydney, Australia.

Now DEAR KISS is making efforts to expand their activities at respective countries in Asia and Pacific.