Back in March, Universal Music Japan announced that Girls’ Generation will be holding a national tour of Japan. The tour originally consisted of seven performances in four cities, starting with Osaka on May 31st.
On May 29th, the agency announced that four more concerts will be added due to fans’ demands. This will turn the tour into eleven performances in six cities. The newly added concerts are:
June 28 & 29 – Yoyogi National Stadium (Tokyo)
July 3 – Green Arena (Hiroshima)
July 18 – Marine Messe (Fukuoka)
Starting on May 31st, the group will be holding concerts in Osaka, Tokyo, Saitama, Hiroshima, Nagoya, and Fukuoka.
Since their Japanese debut in August 2010, Girls’ Generation gained immense popularity in said country and became the first Korean girl group to place No. 1 on the Oricon charts. They will be releasing their first full-length Japanese album, “GIRLS’ GENERATION”, on June 1st.