Bell Agency group and (perhaps) winner of the “most loaded name” award idol act Tokyo Illuminati enter the summer beach promotional video sweepstakes with “Winner”. The Illuminati extol the virtues of summer with a “Take this job and shove it” style story about an OL (office lady) dreaming of slugging the daylights out her ingrate boss. Meanwhile the seifuku wearing group of five find themselves in the tranquil turquoise waters for a sandy dance shot. The swimsuits only come out of the loose-fitting performance outfits for the briefest of moments, which is OK by me. Tokyo Illuminati checks off on most of my requirements boxes with an idol musical arrangement that doesn’t drift into any particular trend, but maintains a properly cheerful attitude. As should be a metric with beach PVs, the oceanic playground looks enticing enough for me to investigate its location for “further research”. Also warranting future research from me is the group Tokyo Illuminati itself. Contrary to what you might think, “Illuminati” for this idol unit alludes to the idols being illuminated by light rather than belonging to a powerful secretive organization. Tokyo Illuminati’s “Winner” doesn’t seem to be a released track, so I’ve linked the group’s
latest release “Ikiteyuku akashi” below for you to unearth.
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