Project Sakura Wars details sub-characters Itsuki and Hiromi, locations, and performances; Azami Mochizuki character song music video

A look at more of the various places you will visit in the Imperial Capital.

Sega has detailed Project Sakura Wars sub-characters Itsuki Saijou and Hiromi Hongou, various additional in-game locations, and the performances staged by the game’s main cast, as well as released the character song music video for Azami Mochizuki.

The song, titled “Ninja Azami,” is sung by Azami Mochizuki voice actor Hibiku Yamamura, written by Jirou Ishii, composed by Kouhei Tanaka, and arranged by Tada Akifumi.

Previously released character songs include Elise, Hatsuho Shinonome, and Sakura Amamiya.

Get the new details below.

■ Characters

Itsuki Saijou (voiced by Mayu Yoshioka, designed by Noizi Ito)

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A hardcore fan of the Imperial Opera Troupe that loves the Imperial Theater and Floral Division.

Whether it is day or night, she will visit the Imperial Theater is she has the free time for it, and deepens her exchanges with the theater’s staff and customers. Her hobby is collecting Imperial Theater merchandise, and works day and night to have a full collection of everything from the old Floral Division to the current Floral Division. Regarding bromide collection, there is a scene where she is full of competitive spirit towards Seijuurou Kamiyama.

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Hiromi Hongou (voiced by Haruka Terui, designed by Noizi Ito)

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The clerk at Okashidokoro Mikazuki.

With a kind attitude and soft, comfortable smile, many customers come to the store just to see her.

While she normally sells Japanese sweets as a clerk, she is also hard at work making new sweets. The new sweets she makes tend to cause bizarre effects when eaten, so they are feared by many.

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■ Locations

Imperial Capital Central Station

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A station that serves as the key point of traffic in the Imperial Capital. It is the gateway to the Imperial Capital, servicing in both trains and airships. There is a pathway to the left of the station that connects to the Great Imperial Hotel.

Ginza Oodori

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Ginza Oodori is the main street of Ginza. To the left is the Cafe Gilles du Lait cafe, and to the right the Ginroku Hyakkaten department store. In the back of main street is a small square crowded with people.

Cafe Gilles du Lait

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A cafe on Ginza Oodori. The interior has a modern atmosphere, and the store receives many customers.

Rooftop Amusement Park

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An amusement park on the rooftop of the Ginroku Hyakkaten. Its huge ferris wheel stands out above all else.

Tram Stop

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An area with a tram stop. The Japanese sweets shop and book store can be found on the opposite side of the road.

Okashidokoro Mizuki

A Japanese sweets shops located opposite the tram stop. Hiromi Hongou works the shop counter.

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Kabuki Theater

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Japan’s representative Kabuki theater, located in Ginza in the Imperial Capital. Various kabuki performances are held here, and it is generally crowded with customers.

Mikasa Memorial Park

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A park built to commemorate the air battleship Mikasa, which protected the Imperial Capital in a past war. The park, which faces the sea, is a place where people can relax.

■ Imperial Opera Troupe: Performances

In times of peace, the Imperial Combat Revue: Floral Division practices day and night at the Great Imperial Theater, and performs as an opera troupe. Here is a look at some of their various performances.

“Momotaro”

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A play performed in the first chapter. The lead role is played by Sakura Amamiya, but she lacks acting experience and the stage setting is worn and tattered. It is a messy performance that symbolizes the state of the Floral Division immediately after the start of the game. Sakura Amamiya plays the role of Momotaro, Hatsuho Shinonome plays the demon, and Claris plays the monkey.

“Da Nang’s Love”

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A play written by Claris, and put on as a performance commemorating Anastasia becoming a member of the Floral Division. While the lead role is played by Anastasia, the heroine is played by Sakura Amamiya. The play uses a stage setting prepared by Reiji Shiba, who is also in charge of the stage props for the Imperial Theater.

Project Sakura Wars is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 12 in Japan, and in spring 2020 in North America and Europe. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, and here.

Watch the Azami Mochizuki character song, as well as today’s full “Imperial Theater Propaganda Department Report” broadcast below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

Azami Mochizuki Character Song

Imperial Theater Propaganda Department Report No. 8

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