In a surprise announcement today, AFA Facebook page released the names of the performing artists attending Funan Anime Matsuri 2016.

Announced are Anisong artist, Luna Haruna, know for her performances in many popular anime titles like Sword Art Online, Koimonogatari and etc; And sasakure.UK, a popular DJ, songwriter, and producer, most famous for his skillful and meticulous use of popular vocal synthesis programs like the Miku Hatsune “Vocaloid” software

Together with KANAME☆, Mayu, Baozi & Hana, Ajo, Mon, ELY and Saffron, a stellar line-up of celebrity cosplayers in FAM2016SG ! This is proving to be a highly anticipated Swan song

More information on the event can be found on the following sites,

Luna Haruna

Luna Haruna was born on October 11th.

She gained tremendous popularity as a finalist in the “4th Anisong Grand Prix” and on May 2012, she made her major debut with the song “Sorawa Takaku Kazewa Utau” (Ending theme song for the second season of animation “Fate/Zero”), written and composed by Yuki Kajiura.

In January 2015, Luna Haruna released her 7th single, “Kimiiro Signal” (Opening theme song for the animation “Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata”)

Her other notable songs are “Overfly” (Ending theme song for the animation “SWORD ART ONLINE” -Fairy Dance-), “Aiwoutae” (Ending theme song for the second season of “<monogatari> series” produced by the popular creator, Jin), “snowdrop” (Ending theme song for the animation “Koimonogatari”) and more recently, “Startear” (Ending theme song for the animation “SWORD ART ONLINE II”).

Her popularity is not contained within Japan, having been invited to perform at various live events in Asia, Europe and America, and attracts people with her strong vocals as well as as her cute look.

This year coming May, she will be releasing the ending theme song “Ripple Effect” for the brand new animation series “Hai-Furi”.


Born February 11 in Fukushima, Japan.

sasakure.UK grew up heavily influenced by the 8-bit and 16-bit sounds found in electronic games of that time. It was then after he joined the boys choir during his school years that he first encountered the works of many of Japan’s most respected lyricists and poets. He then found himself strongly drawn to songwriting, and through diligent self-study and experimentation, started to create his own musical compositions.

However, sasakure.UK did not limit his output to just sound creation, but also worked in such varied mediums as “dot” animation, photography, calligraphic illustration, package artwork, and video production, garnering an impressive level of respect and attention for his multiple talents.

Additionally, through his skillful and meticulous use of popular vocal synthesis programs like the Miku Hatsune “Vocaloid” software, he continued to receive even more praise from new fans both old and new to his music, which finally lead to the release of his major label debut album entitled “Do Vocaloids Dream Of Doomsday Bird?” In a nutshell, he is an artist active in a wide range of areas, truly a product of the social networking generation and a contemporary artist to keep an eye out for.