NFT collaboration with opera singers on the SAKURA NFT platform


The SAKURA NFT platform has revealed that it is collaborating with opera singers Ayaka Fujita and Riku Matsubuara.

About the SAKURA NFT platform:

This NFT platform not only provides the NFT market but also other functions related to NFTs. You can manage your wallet for your tokens on this page and you can also create your wishlist. The reliability of these NFT products is guaranteed by the product status labels and other details required on this platform. Since this is a symbol of Japan and it is very easy to see that this project is related to this country, this logo image shows SAKURA (cherry blossom).

NFT collaboration with celebrities around the world:

The SAKURA NFT platform is intended to be entertaining and also dreamy for those who trust the endless possibilities of NFT, all over the world. They will invite young and energetic designers as well as celebrities from all over the world to this platform.

NFT products for sale:

Unlike other platforms, SAKURA NFT PLATFORM will publish its bromide photo along with its songs. They will release 2 songs each.

  • Riku Matsubara: O sole mio and Catari catari
  • Ayaka Fujita: My heart opens to your voice and Non ti scordar di me

Below is the general profile of opera singers.


Title Bromide and the music of Riku Matsubara
Name of opera singer Riku Matsubara / 陸
Category Art and music
Product form Digital good
Type Video
Coded 3_RikuMatsubara_001
Summary Japanese opera singer. The victory of the commemoration of the music competition, birthday of MatsubaraRiku. Master of the Royal Academy of Music. In December 2017, he performed the British and Japanese national anthem (The God Save The Queen and KIMIGAYO) at the Japanese Embassy in the United Kingdom during the celebration of the Japanese Emperor’s birthday.
As a tenor soloist, he has performed in many works across Japan and has performed with many professional orchestras: Italy, Milan, Genoa, Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh, Bien Hoa), Portugal (Sardoal).

About Riku Matsubara:


Title Ayaka Fujita’s Bromide and Music
Name of opera singer Ayaka Fujita / 彩 歌
Category Art and music
Product form Digital good
Type Picture
Coded 3_AyakaFujita_001
Summary Japanese opera singer. Graduated with the highest honors at the Milan Conservatory “Giuseppe Verdi” in Italy. She was invited by a music management organization “Borgo Musica” and conducted a solo recital in Rome. She appeared at the Municipal House “Smetana Hall” in Prague, playing the roles of Dorabella and Elvira in Mozart’s gala concert.

About Ayaka Fujita:

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  • Digital NFTs (cities, e-sports stadiums, etc.)
  • Autonomous and Decentralized Business Schemes (DAO)
  • Various revenue models across various business schemes connecting the real world and the virtual world

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Oracle XRoad Operators receive XRI during correct data processing, maintenance and operation of their nodes.

In order to access and store data on XRDS, transactions must be paid for in XRI.

Advertisers looking to target specific demographics should purchase their traffic using XRI.

SAKURA NFT platform



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