Actress Sayaka Kanda (age 35) fell from a hotel in Sapporo on December 18, and was confirmed dead at the hospital where she was taken.
On the 21st, she was cremated at a funeral home and her parents, Masateru Kanda and Seiko Matsuda, attended the ceremony. Kanda appeared in front of the media.
I’m very sorry, thank you very much. We were able to say goodbye to her with only her close relatives and make her bones. Thank you all for your cooperation.
She greeted. Seiko, on the other hand, tearfully said
I’m sorry for the cold weather. Thank you very much.
She seemed to be overwhelmed with grief.
Her sudden death shocked many people. Another person who has not been seen here is also in the depths of grief. It was the stage actor Maeyama Takehisa, who had worked with Sayaka on the stage of “My Fair Lady.
It seems that Sayaka and Maeyama have known each other for about three years, but they started dating in earnest this year. It seems that Sayaka and Maeyama have known each other for about three years, but they started dating in earnest this year. They have a lot in common, not only on stage, but also in their anime works, so they hit it off right away.
Maeyama is a member of the young male acting group “D-Boys” and has become popular for his 2.5D stage performances based on anime and other original works such as “Sword Dance” and “Hypnosis Mike”. Recently, he has been making a name for himself in full-fledged musicals such as “The Crest of the King” and is scheduled to appear in the stage production of “Piaf” starring Shinobu Otake next February.
Maeyama played the role of Freddie, who is in love with Sayaka’s Eliza, but during the rehearsal, the director angrily asked him, “Why are you going behind her? Maeyama said, “No, I’m in love! No, I’m in love with you! Because you’re so cute,’ and Sayaka gave him an air slap. That’s how well the two of them seemed to be in sync on stage.
(Wide show insider) Not only the co-stars, but also the people involved in the relationship were famous for their intimacy.
In fact, they had even talked about marriage, and they were so happy together. The sudden death of his beloved seems to have left Maeyama still unable to accept the reality. His Twitter feed has not been updated since December 17th.
Many people are overwhelmed by his regret.
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