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Stages will be consumed by its music -Wakanagi- Vol.2

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I was going to post another new article about Wakanagi, the group of Japanese traditional musical instrument players. What took me so long? Sorry I’m late.

Before the main article to introduce some Wakanagi members to you, let me explain what geza is. It’s necessary for you to know what it is.
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Stages will be consumed by its music -Wakanagi- Vol.1

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Mil Máscaras, a professional wrestler, has his theme music “Sky High” in his entering ring. Darth Vader always frightens the Galactic Empire officers with his theme music. You can easily remember his face when you listen to the theme song of Jason, the terribly big man with a hockey mask from the movie “Friday the 13th”. Famous characters in the varied fields have their own theme music that easily reminds you of them. So, do RAKUGO performers.

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Well, think me up with a cup of coffee…

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The fugitive’s name is Chip-chan…Go get her!

As I wrote about it before, I have a female chipmunk named ‘Chip-chan’. I clean up her cage once in a week. I did it yesterday. There had been an accident at the time.
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You’ll know what exactly is ‘Something like a crowbar’ like

April 3, 2013 2 comments

The 22nd Canary English Rakugo Recital was held on Saturday, March 23, 2013, in Oedo Ryogokutei, Tokyo.

(I’m so glad that guests from other countries laughed at my story very much.)
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I, this time, told the guests a new rakugo piece ‘Something like a crowbar(バールのようなもの in Japanese)’, which was written by a novelist, Shimizu Yoshinori and was arranged by a professional rakugo story teller, Tatekawa Shinosuke.
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The enjoyable English RAKUGO stage with kindness in Yokkaichi

March 12, 2013 Leave a comment

The third OKEY-DOKEY YOSE was held on Sunday, March 10, 2013, in Mie prefecture. The organizer, Kanta-san, gave me a chance to sit the stage.

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Almost 70 people came all the way to enjoy our RAKUGO stories.
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Dual monitors provide me with a soothing air

I wrote an article about my room before, at which I installed a monitor stand and an iPad holder on my desk. I got new stuff on the desk this time: another monitor stand and another monitor.

I’ve been thinking that I have so many tasks, such as writing journals, gaming, and watching films, at the desk. One monitor of the computer seemed too small to deal with the tasks. I came up with an idea: the use of an extra monitor that I hadn’t used for a long time. I, therefore, bought another monitor stand initially, and then, I installed another monitor.
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Osu Vol.3 -Temples at times, strongholds at other times-

February 7, 2013 Leave a comment

The construction of Nagoya castle in 1610 led to the redevelopment of Nagoya city. Osu, which was located between Nagoya castle and Nagoya port, must have been the first priority for the redevelopment as the main gate of Nagoya. The lord at the time ordered some temples and shrines to move into Osu in rebuilding the town in order to protect the area from enemies. Buddhist temples or Shinto shrines at the time were regarded as citadels or fortresses in case of emergencies. Osu Kannon temple and Banshouji temple were also moved with such a purpose.
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