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    Tohoshinki Tone Live Tour 2012


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    Tone: Live Tour 2012 (stylized as Tohohsinki Live Tour 2012 ~TONE~), also known as the Tone Tour, was the fifth Japanese concert tour (eighth overall) by Tohoshinki, in support of their fifth Japanese studio album Tone (2011). The Tone Tour was Tohoshinki's first concert in three years, and the first tour by the group since becoming a two-piece band with members Yunho and Changmin.

    The tour ran for 26 shows, visiting ten cities in Japan. According to SM Entertainment the tour grossed US$73.8 million in ticket sales and US$19.4 million in merchandise, bringing the total gross to US$93.2 million. Tohoshinki were the third foreign artists, and the first Korean artists, to headline a concert at the Tokyo Dome for three days in a row, performing to over 165,000 people in three days. In addition, the Tone Tour attracted over 550,000 people, the highest attendance for a music concert by a Korean artist in Japan at the time. Tohoshinki broke their own record the following year with theirTime: Live Tour 2013, which drew in 850,000 people.


    Location Japan
    Associated album Tone
    Start date January 18, 2012
    End date April 23, 2012
    Shows 2 in Yokohama
    3 in Nagoya
    2 in Fukuoka
    2 in Niigata
    2 in Sapporo
    2 in Hiroshima
    2 in Fukui
    5 in Osaka
    3 in Saitama
    3 in Tokyo
    26 Total
    Box office US$93.2 million

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    Concerts dates

    Yokohama, Yokohama Arena
    January 18, 2012
    January 19, 2012

    Nagoya, Nippon Gaishi Hall
    January 25, 2012
    January 26, 2012
    January 27, 2012

    Fukuoka, Marine Messe Fukuoka
    February 11, 2012
    February 12, 2012

    Niigata, Toki Messe
    February 18, 2012
    February 19, 2012

    Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
    February 23, 2012
    February 24, 2012

    Hiroshima, Hiroshima Green Arena
    March 3, 2012
    March 4, 2012

    Fukui, Sun Dome Fukui
    March 9, 2012
    March 10, 2012

    Osaka, Osaka-jō Hall
    March 13, 2012
    March 14, 2012

    Saitama, Saitama Super Arena
    March 17, 2012
    March 18, 2012
    March 19, 2012

    Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
    April 14, 2012
    April 15, 2012
    April 16, 2012

    Osaka, Kyocera Osaka Dome
    April 21, 2012
    April 22, 2012
    April 23, 2012



    [PIC] TOHOSHINKI TONE LIVE TOUR 2012 MAP SCHEDULE
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    Venue:

    1) Yokohama Arena
    Yokohama Arena
    (横浜アリーナ Yokohama Arīna?) is an indoor arena located in Yokohama, Japan. The capacity of the arena is 17,000

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    2) Nippon Gaishi Hall
    Nagoya Civic General Gymnasium
    (名古屋市総合体育館 Nagoya-shi Sōgō Taiikukan?), formerly Nagoya Rainbow Hall, is anindoor sports arena, located in Nagoya, Japan. From April 1, 2007, its name was changed to Nippon Gaishi Hall, to reflect the sponsorship of the NGK Insulators. The capacity of the arena is 10,000 people.

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    3) Marine Messe Fukuoka
    Marine Messe Fukuoka
    opened in 1995. One of its main uses is as an indoor sporting arena. The capacity of the arena is 15,000 people

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    4) Toki Messe
    Toki Messe
    (朱鷺メッセ Toki Messe?) is a multi-purpose international convention center located in Niigata, Niigata Prefecture, Japan.

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    5) Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
    Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
    (北海道立総合体育センター Hokkaidō-ritsu Sōgō Taiiku Sentā?) is an indoor sporting arenalocated in Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Japan. Sometimes called "Kitayell", the capacity of the main arena is 8,000.

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    6) The Hiroshima Prefectural Sports Center
    The Hiroshima Prefectural Sports Center(広島県立総合体育館 Hiroshima Kenritsu Sōgō Taiikukan?) is an indoor arena complex inHiroshima, Japan. Capacity 4,750 (max. 10,000) for Main Arena 500 for Sub Arena

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    7) Sun Dome Fukui
    Sun Dome Fukui
    is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Echizen, Fukui, Japan. The capacity of the arena is 10,000.

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    8) Osaka-jō Hall
    Osaka-jō Hall
    (大阪城ホール Ōsaka-jō Hōru?), is a multi-purpose arena, in the Kyōbashi area, of Osaka, Japan. The hall can seat up to 16,000 people.

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    9) Saitama Super Arena
    Saitama Super Arena
    (さいたまスーパーアリーナ Saitama Sūpā Arīna?) is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Chūō-ku,Saitama City, Saitama, Japan. Its spectator capacity is 36,500 at maximum settings.

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    10) Tokyo Dome
    Tokyo Dome
    (東京ドーム Tōkyō Dōmu?, TYO: 9681) is a 55,000-seat baseball stadium located in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo, Japan.

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    11) Kyocera Dome
    Osaka Dome
    (大阪ドーム) is a baseballstadium located in Osaka, Japan. Capacity 36,477 seat.

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    Concerts Attendance

    Yokohama, Yokohama Arena
    January 18, 2012 x 17,000
    January 19, 2012
    ----------------------------------- 34,000

    Nagoya, Nippon Gaishi Hall
    January 25, 2012 x 10,000
    January 26, 2012
    January 27, 2012
    -----------------------------------30,000

    Fukuoka, Marine Messe Fukuoka
    February 11, 2012 x 15,000
    February 12, 2012
    -----------------------------------15,000

    Niigata, Toki Messe
    February 18, 2012
    February 19, 2012
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    Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
    February 23, 2012 x 8,000
    February 24, 2012
    ----------------------------------16,000

    Hiroshima, Hiroshima Green Arena
    March 3, 2012 x 10,000
    March 4, 2012
    ----------------------------------20,000

    Fukui, Sun Dome Fukui
    March 9, 2012 x 10,000
    March 10, 2012
    ----------------------------------20,000

    Osaka, Osaka-jō Hall
    March 13, 2012 x 16,000
    March 14, 2012
    ----------------------------------32,000

    Saitama, Saitama Super Arena
    March 17, 2012 x 36,500
    March 18, 2012
    March 19, 2012
    ----------------------------------73,000

    Tokyo, Tokyo Dome
    April 14, 2012 x 55,000
    April 15, 2012
    April 16, 2012
    ---------------------------------165,000

    Osaka, Kyocera Osaka Dome
    April 21, 2012 x 36,477
    April 22, 2012
    April 23, 2012
    ---------------------------------109,431

    Live viewing at Iwate Miyagi Fukushima =

    Total 550,000 attendance
     
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    SETLIST


    01. B.U.T
    02. Superstar
    03. I Think U Know
    04. 呪文
    05. 時ヲ止メテ
    06. Thank you my girl
    07. MAXIMUM
    08. Honey Funny Bunny
    09. Before U Go
    10. Duet
    11. I Don't Know
    12. Telephone
    13. シアワセ色の花
    14. Back to Tomorrow
    15. Rusty Nail
    16. BREAK OUT
    17. Easy Mind
    18. ウィーアー!
    19. Summer Dream
    20. High Time
    21. Why? (Keep Your Head Down)
    22. RISING SUN [ENCORE]
    23. STILL [ENCORE]
    24. SHINE [ENCORE]
    25. Weep [ENCORE]
    26. Somebody To Love [ENCORE]
     
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    ~TONE~ Tour Backstage

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    "The atmosphere of the two were [the same as] that of a group.

    Their aura that has ultimately sharpened with clarity as a result of becoming two people made me feel a lot of things as I am also a person who belongs to a group.

    I really learned a lot of things today. And also, it was fun! Thank you!!”



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    TVXQ Has Over 550,000 Fans in Japan Come See Them


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    TVXQ had over 550,000 fans come see them on their Japan tour. A representative from their agency, SM Entertainment, said, “With the ‘Live Tour 2012 – TONE‘ that started in January, they drew in about 550,000 people.”

    This Japan tour is the first after about four years. On January 18, they started off their tour in Yokohama Arena. Afterwards, they went to Nagoya, Fukuoka, Niigata, Sapporo, Hiroshima, Sandome, Osaka, Tokyo, and a couple of other cities. In total, they went to 11 cities and had 26 performances. From April 14 to April 16, over a span of three days, they drew in 165,000 people for the largest space, Tokyo Dome. Foreign stars that held a concert at the Tokyo Dome for three consecutive days are Michael Jackson and Backstreet Boys. TVXQ is the third.

    From April 22 to April 24, TVXQ will draw an end to their tour at the Osaka Kyocera Dome. All the tickets were sold out and an estimated 135,000 fans is believed to come in the three days. With just a week, they go from Tokyo to Osaka and draw in 300,000 fans. They have set a new record.

    TVXQ’s journey doesn’t end here. On June 30, starting with Japan’s Saitama Super Arena, they are planning to have eight fan meetings. Without a doubt, at this fan club event that is being held in four years, it estimated that about 100,000 fans will gather.


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    TVXQ Re-Writes Hallyu History as it Attracts 550,000 Fans for Tour


    TVXQ has re-written hallyu history in Japan.

    On April 23, at Osaka’s Kyocera Dome, TVXQ’s (DBSK) TVXQ Live Tour 2012~TONE~ drew to a close in a fantastic finale after three months.

    Since beginning on January 18 at Yokohama Arena, a total of 26 concerts were held, attracting a total of 550,000 individuals. It was an unprecedented record for a hallyu star.

    The concert marked the first in three years and the first since TVXQ went through its member changes, with U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin forming the now two-member group.

    Was it because of this long period? The fans filled up all 26 concerts to show their still-burning love for the group.

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    The concert at Osaka’s Kyocera dome on April 23 marked the last for TVXQ’s 26-concert tour in Japan, which began on January 18 at Yokohama Arena. Though TVXQ held concerts in Osaka on March 13 and 14 at Osaka Castle Hall, due to fans’ demands, three additional encore stages were added at the Kyocera dome from April 21 through the 23. In the three additional encore concerts in Osaka alone, some 135,000 came to see the group.

    On this day, the concert began with B.U.T, a track found on its most recent full-length album, Tone, released last September. Following the release, TVXQ sang Super Star, I Think U Know, Duet and more.

    In addition, hits from their past albums such as Summer Dream~High Time, Break Out and more were sung while U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin demonstrated special individual performances in between.

    Though the duo ended the concert with Why (Keep Your Head Down), the passionate reaction from fans brought the two back on stage for an encore as they sang Rising Sun, Still and Shine. The night closed as they all sang Somebody to Love together.

    In addition to their performances, the TVXQ members showcased their vocal abilities. In between, the two spoke fluent Japanese with their fans engaging in lively talks with their audience.

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    Not only their performances but TVXQ’s special-effects videos and lighting were also superb. In particular, the 3D mapping that was displayed during the performances of Maximum and I Don’t Know commanded the attention of fans. Through this technology, two holograms of the TVXQ members were shown on stage with the real members, providing an electrifying stage.

    Regarding this special effect, SM Entertainment said, “This was our first attempt using this effect for a large audience in Japan. The bigger the stage the more difficult it is to coordinate the movements.”

    The scale of the stage was also extraordinary. The T-shaped main stage alone was 80 meters long by 25 meters. The installed screen was 50 meters by 30 meters while the side screens were 22 meters by 10 meters.

    In the latter-half of the concert, the TVXQ members utilized camera wagons to greet their fans and toss out autographs, leading to a more intimate feel between artist and fan.

    In addition to women in their teens to thirties, this concert attracted a diverse range of demographics including male fans, mothers, fathers, parents and even entire families.

    During the concert, the TVXQ members told the audience, “It’s thanks to the strength from the red pen lighters, which everyone is holding, that we were able to come this far. We will work harder to become a better and improved TVXQ.”

    On this day, Yuka (age 44) came to see TVXQ with her husband saying, “I’m happy because I like Max Changmin and my husband likes U-Know Yunho and we’re not rivals. The fact both of us like TVXQ and can come together to the concert is so happy for me.”

    Her husband Mitsuhiro (age 45) added, “U-Know Yunho’s dance is great. It was a concert in which I could forget my age and cheer them on.”

    Aiko (female, 26) who came with three friends from Kumamoto said, “I cried watching U-Know Yunho’s solo stage because it was so great.”

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    For this concert tour, TVXQ toured nine cities in Japan. Though originally 20 concerts were scheduled, the explosive demand from fans resulted in a total of 26 concerts being held, attracting 550,000 fans.

    The ticket price for this tour was 8,500 yen, and 9,500 yen for the inclusion of a pen light. Most concert-attendees chose to purchase the ticket with the pen light included.

    A representative from SM revealed this Japan tour had brought ticket sales of some 76 billion won. The inclusion of 20 billion won in sales from its merchandise sales brought the total up to some 96 billion won in total sales.

    For TVXQ, who successfully finished its Japan tour, after a period of rest and recovery, the group will focus on its new album in Korea. In addition, on June 30 and July 1 at Saitama’s Super Arena, and on July 7 and 8 at Kobe’s World Memorial Hall, two fan sign events at both cities each will take place.

    Photo credit: SM

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    TVXQ Drew 165,000 People in Tokyo Dome For 3 Days!


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    TVXQ’s 2nd Day of Tokyo Dome Performance (Photo : Twitter)

    TVXQ has successfully concluded their 3 day live performances at Tokyo Dome today. One concert at Tokyo Dome draws in about 55,000 bringing the total to be about 165,000 for 3 days. It’s been about 11 years since a foreign artist held a three consecutive day performances at Tokyo Dome, TVXQ is the third group following the late Michael Jackson (1988), and Backstreet Boys (2001).

    This being Yunho’s second Tokyo Dome performance in 3 years shared about the surprise event from fans on the 2nd day thinking this is Tokyo Dome and it’s been a goal to perform at Tokyo Dome since his debut.

    Tokyo Dome is part of Japan nationwide tour ‘TVXQ Live Tour 2012: Tone’ that kicked off in January at Yokohama. Last month the group concluded the arena performance at Saitama Super Arena for 3 days. TVXQ’s largest-ever tour will be concluded following Tokyo Dome performance on April 14-16 and Kyocera Dome on April 21-23.

    TVXQ proved their popularity as the additional Tokyo Dome concert ticket that was released on April 1 were all sold out with 30 seconds. The 3 day performances have many guests that include BoA, After School’s Kahi, K-Pop artist senior, as well as from Japanese entertainment industry as well.

    Fans formed a ‘red ocean’ waving their red glow sticks during the live performances and duo became one with their fans during the last 3 days. The red ocean wave is to continue on to this weekend at Kyocera Dome.

    The photo on the top shows TVXQ’s well-known ‘red ocean’ in Tokyo Dome and bottom photo shows the fans surprise event changing the glow sticks to white forming a ‘white ocean’ on the 2nd day of the performance.

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    VIDEO CUTS

    01. B.U.T



    02. Superstar
    03. I Think U Know




    04. 呪文




    05. 時ヲ止メテ (Toki o Tomete)




    06. Thank you my girl

     
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    07. MAXIMUM




    08. Honey Funny Bunny




    09. Before U Go




    10. Duet



     
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    11. I Don't Know




    12. Telephone




    13. シアワセ色の花




    14. Back to Tomorrow




    15. Rusty Nail

     
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    16. BREAK OUT




    17. Easy Mind
    18. ウィーアー!




    19. Summer Dream
    20. High Time




    21. Why? (Keep Your Head Down)




    22. RISING SUN [ENCORE]

     
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    23. STILL [ENCORE]




    24. SHINE [ENCORE]
    25. Weep [ENCORE]




    26. Somebody To Love [ENCORE]

     
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    東方神起 / シアワセ色の花(LIVE TOUR 2012~TONE~ Documentary Film)

     

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