Sarah Geronimo, Asia's Queen of Pop, is set to speak to the Philippines in the up and coming second Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean)- Japan Music Festival. Declared the authority Facebook page of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines last Wednesday, September 12th "the #EmbassyOfJapan, in participation with Viva Entertainment, Inc., are glad to report that honor winning Filipino vocalist Sarah Geronimo will speak to the Philippines in the 2018 Asean-Japan Music Festival to be held in Tokyo, Japan, this coming Oct. 4th, 2018", which is today.

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The Japanese Embassy transferred a video of Geronimo welcoming Filipinos in Japan to watch her execution. "Hi to our kababayans (individual kinsmen) there in Japan, this is Sarah Geronimo and I'll be speaking to the Philippines in the Japan-Asean Music Festival on Oct.4th at the NHK Hall Tokyo, Japan," Geronimo said. "Allows all appreciate the show as I'll be with the other ASEAN craftsmen and soon the experience will be seen on Philippine TV. See you there! Salamat po! (Much thanks to you!)".

Geronimo will perform nearby Japanese boybands W-inds and Kanjani Eight, Japanese female icon bunch Nogizaka46, artists Natsuko Godai and Ryotaro Sugi and in addition music amass Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe vocalists Ryuji Imaichi and Hiroomi Tosaka.

The occasion will be facilitated by artist and on-screen character Hikaru Nishida and "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" (PPAP) vocalist and entertainer Pico Taro.

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Other Asean delegates for the forthcoming music celebration incorporate Fakhrul Razi (Brunei Darussalam), Preap Sovath (Cambodia), Andien (Indonesia), Alexandra Bounxouei (Laos), Siti Nurhaliza (Malaysia), Sai Kham Leng (Myanmar), Taufik Batisah (Singapore), Tachaphon (Palaphol) Pholkongseng (Thailand) and Dong Nhi (Vietnam). Geronimo's fans rushed to praise her on her most recent accomplishment. 

This year points the 45th commemoration of Asean-Japan Friendship and Cooperation.

The second Asean-Japan Music Festival means to additionally advance participation among Japan and the local intergovernmental association.