The singer, 34, concluded her four shows as part of her Eras tour in the capital on Saturday
Taylor Swift is grateful for her time in Tokyo!
The pop songstress, 34, reflected on her “wonderful” time performing in Tokyo, Japan, while thanking fans in a new post late Saturday after playing her final show of four of her Eras Tour in the capital that night.
“Tokyo!!! Those 4 shows at Tokyo Dome were so wonderful,” Swift wrote in the caption. “I’d missed you all so much and loved being on stage frolicking around with my fellow performers and band again.”
Alongside her message, the “Karma” singer posted photos from her time on stage in Japan, showing her performing in several different show-stopping looks at the Tokyo Dome.
“Thank you to everyone who lives in and around Tokyo, and everyone who traveled far and wide to be there with us,” she concluded.
The new post came shortly after Gracie Hunt — who is daughter of Kansas City Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt — confirmed to PEOPLE on Saturday that Swift will be attending the 2024 Super Bowl on Sunday. The singer had been expected to attend in support of boyfriend Travis Kelce.
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On Saturday, Gracie spoke to PEOPLE at the Fanatics Super Bowl Party red carpet in Las Vegas, confirming that the pop superstar would be watching the big match in person this weekend.
“She’s coming! She’s coming! We’re excited,” Hunt, 25, said
Swift witnessed the Kansas City Chiefs secure their ticket to the Super Bowl as she attended their winning game at the AFC Championship on Jan. 28. Her confirmed attendance at the Super Bowl comes after appearing at multiple games in support of Kelce, 34, in recent months.
Ahead of the big game, Swift performed her first show for the Tokyo leg of the Eras tour on Wednesday and her final show in the capital on Saturday. Like all Eras Tour gigs previously, sections of the show were dedicated to each Swift album with a few surprise songs added to the mix over the four nights.
In a fan-recorded video from one of her shows shared to X (formerly Twitter), Swift expressed being “happy to be back” in Tokyo after having not toured in the capital “in over 4 years."
The “Anti-Hero” singer also spilled details on her upcoming 11th studio album The Tortured Poets Department, which she announced at the Grammys last week.
“I’ve been working on Tortured Poets since right after I turned in Midnights,” Swift said, as previously reported. “I’ve been working on it for about two years, I kept working on it throughout the U.S. tour and when it was perfect — in my opinion when it’s good enough for you — I finished it and I am so so excited that soon you’ll get to hear it.”
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