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TRiCERA artists appear on Japanese TV program “Pre-Breakthrough”.

There are over 100 artists participating in the TRiCERA service, some of whom were featured in the Japanese TV show “Break Senya” called “The Night Before the Break – Next Generation of Artists”. Some of the artists’ clips are shown below.


Keisuke Tsuchida



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Go Ogawa



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Yu Uchida



View more of Yu Uchida’s work HERE more


Aran Yasuoka



See more of Aran Yasuoka’s work from HERE


Yuna Okanishi



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Osamu Watanabe



View more works by Osamu Watanabe HERE more


Tomoichi Fujita



View more of Tomoichi Fujita’s work from HERE from


Chihiro Kabata–4RzU



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Haruka Kanamaru



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