Sometimes, alarm clocks can be downright annoying when you wake up. Now imagine this: Nana Mizuki‘s voice waking you up every morning instead of your usual and annoying alarm.


To promote her new NANA MIZUKI LIVE THEATER 2015 -ACOUSTIC- concert over at the Saitama Super Arena, the ever-youthful voice actress has teemed up with Japanese snack company Calbee. Part of this collaboration will feature Nana Mizuki’s face in some of their products as well as a lottery game which will let a total of 77 people win that special Nana Mizuki alarm clock which features her voice.

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The alarm clock will feature a recording of Nana Mizuki’s voice which will act as your own personal wake-up call. Now you can really wake up to the voice of Fate Testarossa (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha), Ange (Cross Ange), Ricotta Elmar (Dog Days), Hinata Hyuuga (Naruto), and many many many more. These alarm clocks will be the top prizes for Calbee’s Nana Mizuki collaboration lottery.


Also up for grabs is this Nana Mizuki LIVE THEATER 2015 -ACOUSTIC- concert panel, which is the lottery’s 2nd prize. Only 700 people will be able to win this.

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Fans have to present the receipts for their Calbee product purchases in various convenience stores in Japan in order to enter.Nana Mizuki herself even spoke about the alarm clocks and said that “it is important to wake up comfortably every morning in order to feel refreshed”. And maybe those 77 winners of these alarm clocks might really be able to feel refreshed every morning because its her voice that wakes them up.

Nana Mizuki LIVE THEATER 2015 -ACOUSTIC- concert will be held at the Saitama Super Arena for two days, from January 17 – 18, 2015.

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