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  1. I am Japanese, I don't know the details, but I read somewhere in last April that there opened official Chinese FaOI website. I myself didn't see that website, but people here were talking about it and according to them, they sold Chinese fans cat.A tickets for Kobe and cat.S for Sendai,and for Makuhari, I don't remember which kind of tickets. There was a sale for Makuhari, too, for sure. Knowing that information, when I tried to buy a ticket for Sendai, I avoided cat.S tickets. I thought there might be less cat.S tickets left. My guess is that those tickets are valid ones, but the agency sold some tickets to the another agency and they are trying to sell fans at more expensive price??
  2. https://ameblo.jp/kose-sports/entry-12443652658.html A new entry of Yuzu blog. Yuzu's voice is so nice I've been waiting for this a whole day
  3. I don't know. I have never experienced the competitions or the ice shows where all the audience are required to show their IDs. The ticket sites say that sometimes people might be asked to show their IDs upon entering the venue. Perhaps, some people might now and then, but I've never been asked to do so. And, if you are foreigners, I think your chance to be told to show IDs might be even less because here most venue staff don't speak English at all and I don't think they dare to speak to the foreigners to confirm the identity. The exception is all-event tickets. I heard you might have to show your IDs when picking up your tickets. (But I'm not sure.) Also, I heard that if your e-ticket is framed yellow, that means that the device has been changed, so you have to show them the ID. That happened surely at 2016 NHK Trophy but I don't know if it's the same case now.(maybe not)
  4. I don' know when exactly, but a sure thing is it's after Rostele because Yuzu was saying "I'm again injured."
  5. That's worrying. Unfortunately, I don't know much about EMTG and can't say anything, but I've found their phone number. operating hours: weekdays 11:00〜12:00/13:30〜18:00 Tel.0570-082888 They say they can't answer the questions about tickets, but this is urgent, so... Also, I don't know if they will understand English. At least you can tell them to read your mails, informing them of your mail address.
  6. You don't need to sign up or anything. I just posted my message without registering, and my message appeared right after. (People of Ameblo are not checking the comments now?!) I'm not sure the blog accepts posts from overseas but I saw some comments of fans from Italy, Taiwan and China. BTW, his blog entry (https://ameblo.jp/kose-sports/entry-12443581161.html) is short but very cute and easy to read . It can be a very nice read for Japanese learners!
  7. I'm sure you already know but just as a reminder, you can leave your message on Yuzu's first blog article: https://ameblo.jp/kose-sports/entry-12443651939.html Click the middle box コメントする. (Already nearly 600 messages are posted.) Then there pops a box. From the top, タイトル(title) コメント(comment/message) 画像認証(verification by copying numbers) 名前(nickname) URL(if you want to show your twitter account or something). After writing your message, click the green box 投稿する. It will take some time to be shown on the blog site because all the messages are read by administrators beforehand. Surely Yuzu will read all the messages and English should be no problem for him.
  8. Main arina mode is the correct one, isn't it? Here https://www.saitama-arena.co.jp/schedule/ it says that 会場タイプ メインアリーナ(main arena mode). Then the seat map should be this one: https://www.saitama-arena.co.jp/seat_view/arena_not_fixed/ And, I heard that the main rink has padded seats, not plastic while seats of the practice rink are plastic ones.
  9. Hi, For Japanese, the seat information has just been announced. It is now displayed on the ticket screen. I think it should be the same for international tickets. A seat number is like A gate, level200, door 411, row10, 500. When you scroll down on this page:https://triipgo.com/10697, you can see the overview of the floor plan of Saitama Arena, and you are able to know where your seat is.
  10. Regarding WTT, I don't know anything about the sales for foreigners, but for the domestic sales, tickets are already sold out. (Perhaps there might be general sales one more time. not sure.) People hope Yuzu will show up and have bought the tickets just in case. I also heard that the venue is relatively small and the number of seats are not so many. I tried a lottery two or three times for WTT but I didn't get any tickets, so obvioulsly it's very popular here. Well, they sold all event tickets at first, which included practice tickets. Of course many Yuzu fans rushed to buy them because as all of you know, seeing practice is so rare and precious in Japan. I was just not sure if Yuzu's legs would be OK after the Worlds, so I couldn't buy that ticket. Besides, the competition will be held very far from Tokyo area. WTT itself is a very fun competition to watch. I especially love the exhibition where skaters are relaxed and team Japan's performance is always very cute, which also means you can see Yuzu's performance twice. I watched WTT in 2015 and 2017, and yes, seeing Yuzu skate live was so special. Personally I think expecting Yuzu to be healthy even after the Worlds is may be too much.... I just pray and pray he will recover well in time for the Worlds... However, if you happen to be in Japan around that time...if I were you, I would try lottery. (I had tickets for 2017 NHK, GPF, Nationals, and 2018 Nationals. It's nothing new to me that I try my luck at every opportunity...)
  11. https://scontent-nrt1-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/e7634b51ac73601274586b85029a55be/5C16EC0C/t50.2886-16/48088617_202461950659519_2418288425797265221_n.mp4 Has Yuzu started rehabilitation on ice? I'm not sure if it's the latest video, but if so, I really really hope his rehabilitation will go well. I know last year he had pain after going back to ice in December and rested again.
  12. You may be reading it right now I ran to the book store nearby to buy it this morning. I was so surprised (or even shocked) to know the whole training during the rehabilitation as well as the practice at PC (the first 15 minute practice, etc )were planned by Yuzu himself without any involvement of Brian. I had imagined Brian advised him, but no, it wasn't. It was planned cautiously by Yuzu's strategic mind. Also, according to Brian, Yuzu had never skated perfect Ballade No.1 after starting again his training in January. I still can't believe how come Yuzu could manage to skate clean short program at the most important moment of his life!
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