Sayuri, a Lycoris Recoiling Theme Singer, has been diagnosed with glaucoma

Sayuri, a Lycoris Recoiling Theme Singer, has been diagnosed with glaucoma ...

Sayuri, a "Sanketsu-girl," who is set to sing Lycoris Recoil's final theme song "Hana no To" this season, has been diagnosed with glaucoma, which the CDC, the United States' national public health agency, describes as "a group of conditions that can result in vision loss and even blindness."

On September 17, the 26-year-old singer tweeted that her severe nearsightedness caused her to wear contact lenses, which resulted in keratitis, inflammation, or cornea infection. The condition improved, but after a thorough examination at an ophthalmology clinic, she discovered that she has glaucoma.

"[Glaucoma] was discovered early, so putting in eye drops correctly leaves me little chance of going blind," but she admits it does bother her a little because she is still in her 20s.

The CDC cautions that "anyone can get glaucoma, but certain groups are at increased danger," including African Americans over the age of 40, all people over the age of 60, people with a family history of glaucoma, and diabetics.

Lycoris Recoil's non-credit closing sequence with her song "Hana no To" has attracted more than 2 million views as of the time of writing: Check out the 1-minute and 30-second video on Aniplex's YouTube channel below:

"Sanketsu-girl" Sayuri was born on June 7, 1996. In August 2015, the 26-year-old singer released her first CD single "Mikazuki," which was later promoted as the ending theme song for the anime Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace. She has released her second album for the first time in five years, titled "Sanketsu Shojo," which includes songs including Lycoris Recoil's ending theme song "Hana no To," and My Hero

Lycoris Recoil, an original anime created by Asaura, is well-known for his battles-over-bento-boxes light novel Ben-To. Shingo Adachi, who is known as the chief animation director in the Sword Art Online series, is directing the series.

The official website for the anime is available in both English and Japanese and describes the series as:“LycoReco” is a cafe located in downtown Tokyo that offers a traditional Japanese twist, as well as pick-ups and drop-offs on lonely streets during the night, to zombies and gigantic monster extermination...? We will fulfill all orders!

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