I wanted to give a look at the first two Kiyoshi Ryujin 25 singles because I feel they’re of great quality. When I pre-ordered the first single, Will You Marry Me?, I was concerned about how collecting KR25 would go. I hate when companies meddle with the packaging’s format between releases, and so I feared that the second release, A.B.C Ja Gutto Konai‘s packaging wouldn’t follow the DVD format chosen for the first.
Thankfully they chose consistency over novelty and it looks like all releases will follow suit . It’ll all sit uniformly on my shelf now!
The inserts are amazing. All the prints are high quality, vibrant and tact sharp– especially the jacket’s insert. The discs are all golden and really pretty. Overall the production value of these releases has been top notch and compared to other idol goods, surprisingly, KR25’s stuff feels high end.
For Will You Marry Me? I got a Kanon photograph and for ABC, a Ryujin photo. I have grown to appreciate my Kanon and have always liked Ryujin’s image, so I don’t really like complaining but I’m ticked off that despite the odds being in my favor when it comes to obtaining a photo of someone I really like, I have gotten one. I’m incredibly nervous about the next releases’ photo…
C’mon Natsuki, C’mon Sakino, Cha’mon!
It’s a great thing I pre-ordered Will You Marry Me? because the printing seems to have been limited. It’s but a few months after its release and copies are now listed for upwards of $70, when I got mine for the original listing price. After shipping the whole thing ran me around $20 and arrived to my door on release date.
I’m hype for their next release, Mr.PLAY BOY…♡.