After wrapping up the European leg of her world tour in May, J-pop singer <a href="/music/Kyary-Pamyu-Pamyu">Kyary Pamyu Pamyu</a> returned to Japan and hosted her first joint concert at the historic Hibiya Open-Air Concert Hall in Tokyo with guests CHAI and <a href="/music/Ken-Hirai">Ken Hirai</a> on Sunday (June 3).
The concert commemorating the 95th anniversary of the Open-Air Concert Hall and the 115th anniversary of Hibiya Park where the hall is located kicked off with the four-member all-female band CHAI. The "neo-kawaii (cute)" pop band appeared onstage wearing matching shocking pink outfits and warmed up the crowd with their catchy numbers including "Sound & Stomach," "I'm Me" and "Sayonara Complex."
Then, Ken Hirai appeared wearing a polka-dot shirt and opened his set with the mid-tempo ballad "Nonfiction." The tall singer with chiseled features went on to perform some well-known hits along with the two new songs he released May 30, mesmerizing the audience with his beautifully high-pitched voice.