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Fans and Tears Filled WaT's Last Stage



Eiji Wentz and Koike Teppei of popular duo WaT made their final stage appearance on TV Asahi's Music Station. The duo sang a special medley as ther last live act to put an end to their activities as a duo.

The duo celebrated it's 10 anniversary last December and at the same time announced their dissolution on the 11th of February. A day has passed and yesterday the duo sang Boku no Kimochi and Hajimari no Toki enthusiastically. This was really their last stage.


Wentz recalls singing 10 years ago for the first time "I was really nervous, I don't wat to remember it." When asked by the MC, Tamori, of the reason of their dissolution Koike answers, "Our relationship isn't bad, we figured each of us discover new things. Our road is rapidly spreading and if it means breaking up we'd take it as an oppurtunity to move forward.".

On the commercial, the 2 of them appeared on stage surrounded by their fans. After singing their debut song Boku no Kokoro, during the MC part, Koike was unable to hold back the tears. With tears shining in his eyes they both conveyed their gratitude to their fans as they sang Hajime no Toki. This puts an end to their activities as WaT.


WaT debut last 2005 as street performers. It was NHK Kohaku Uta Gassen's shortest debut for that year and appeared consecutively on the show the next year. They went on and did live performances afterwards. Each having different solo activities, February of last year they announced a restart then announced the dissolution of the duo by last year December.

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Original Article: Oricon

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