The doco will follow the boy band to their hiatus
By
16 Dec 2019 - 1:56 PM  UPDATED 16 Dec 2019 - 1:56 PM

Netflix has announced a new original documentary series starring Japanese boy band Arashi.

The series, titled ARASHI's Diary -Voyage-, will be an in-depth look into the group's rise to fame, using both archive footage and behind-the-scenes content to give an insight into Arashi's final year before hiatus. 

Arashi announced in 2019 that they will be going on hiatus from December 31, 2020; 20 years since they formed. Arashi are considered to be Japan's top boy band, with over 40 million in music sales and breaking records time and time again.

ARASHI's Diary -Voyage- plans to show fans what it's really like for Japan's most successful boy band as they edge closer to their break, with episodes following the group until their hiatus. The episodes will be released monthly for a year starting from December 31, 2019, and will be available to stream globally.

(Source)


 

Hear us on SBS PopAsia Digital Radio

Listen in 24/7 on Digital Radio, by downloading our free mobile app or by streaming live here on our website.

Download the app here:

FOR MORE
Here's 'Produce 101 Japan''s winning group members
Did your fave make it?
VOTE: Best K-drama of 2019
Tell us which K-drama blew you away this year!
ONE OK ROCK are coming to Australia in 2020!
Don't miss them!