For millions of Japanese music fans in the 1990s, Namie Amuro wasn't just the Heisei Era's defining pop star, she was someone they grew up with.

This relationship is clear in the year-long documentary series, "Finally," which has been streaming on Hulu since the 40-year-old star announced plans last year to retire from the entertainment industry on Sept. 16, 2018.

It follows Amuro as she navigates her farewell from J-pop, moving from a mall talk session to a radio appearance to her final stadium tour. And at every stop are her fans, squished together to scream and cry one last time for their idol. They are a diverse crowd, but mostly women, the majority seemingly in the same age range as the pop star herself, some with toddlers in tow.