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  1. For those who are interested. Prospectus video of Tohoku High School. Famous graduates: Shizuka Arakawa, Takeshi Honda, Yu Darvish, Ai Miyazato, and of course Yuzuru Hanyu
  2. I think the poet Tetsushi Suwa mentioned in the article is Arthur Rimbaud, not Rambo. He is one of my favorite poets, although I read his poems in Japanese translated by HORIGUCHI Daigaku, a famous Japanese poet. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Rimbaud https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daigaku_Horiguchi Leonardo DiCaprio played Rimbaud in the film Total Eclipse. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_Eclipse_(film) Sorry for
  3. Figure Skate TV tomorrow, Sep. 5, 17:00 - 17:55 (Japan time) We can watch some clips of Kinoshita Trophy, Gensan Summer Cup, Kanto Summer Trophy, and some novice/junior skaters https://www.bsfuji.tv/figuretv/pub/index.html
  4. Actually, he is showing his tips for those who want to try paper cutting. But I confess, it just makes me feel dizzy
  5. Try his other videos. His works are all so beautiful. The creator, Shigeru Uchiyama is Professor of Tokyo Medical and Dental University, and he is using a dental scalpel (I'm not sure this is the right word) to cut out such beautiful works. https://www.facebook.com/pomp.fruits/videos/399181011474040/ https://hirobook.hatenablog.jp/entry/fruits_pomp
  6. This might have been already posted, but I really want the Masquerade one Yuzuru Hanyu - paper cutting
  7. Wisteria flowers have the power to ward off evil (made known by "Demon Slayer" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demon_Slayer:_Kimetsu_no_Yaiba). It's also a good luck flower because it's pronounced the same as "immortal" and "unparalleled". All of the following are pronounced as "fuji" 藤 - wisteria 不死 ("fushi") or 不死身 fujimi - immortal 不二 - unparalleled (aka 無二 - muni) 富士 - Mt. Fuji (the kanji 不二 is sometimes used for Mt. Fuji) This post has been tagged by yuzuangel as [NEWS].
  8. I love Masquerade. I just cry watching
  9. IMO, he just mentioned it as an example that Rikako was familiar with. I don't think he did running as one of his strength trainings last season either. I think he raised these as the examples of difference in the kind of required muscles and training for each sport. Gymnasts are not good at swimming either. Kenzo Shirai, a gymnast, once mentioned that he just sank when he tried to swim, and it was really difficult to acquire required credits in swimming as he was a student of a college of physical education
  10. Almost all Japanese schools have a swimming pool (because of a tragic maritime accident of children in the past https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiun_Maru_disaster). So, Japanese children can swim at least a little, unless he or she does not attend swimming classes for reasons. But as the teachers are generally not swimming coaches, even if it depends on the teacher, swimming classes are usually a sort of play time (as far as remembering my childhood). I'm saying this because I'm in the similar level as his
  11. Not in 10min. He takes more than that (Some words and phrases are omitted in the translation) (Rough translation through DeepL and me) Hanyu: Before the Nationals last year, I did a lot of strength/muscle training, along with the practice of Axel jumps. As I'm very thin and not so muscular, if I would say, and my body core is weak, so I always thought that I'm the type of skater whose jumps are not stable. But I also thought that, because of that, my jumps were brought about, and I told myself that it was who I was. But as I practiced 4A, I realized that I couldn't ju
  12. We are just loving our beauty A beauty looking back
  13. @Henni147 I should have posted this
  14. It's only Yuzuru Hanyu in Japan who can get such screams Gyaaaa just by throwing a glove. - by Nobunari Oda
  15. We have to be just like greedy bears before going into hibernation for these two days as we would surely be starved for next some months. Give us more
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