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Kisaragi (JPN, 2007)

While browsing streaming sites on the net, I stumbled upon this movie on Kisaragi is a movie about five Kisaragi Miki’s fans ~ a D-rated idol ~ who finally decided to meet and commemorate the first anniversary of her death. Hm, sounds quirky, eh? With the premise combined with casts like Shun Oguri and Teruyuki Kagawa, I decided to watch it. Here is my review.

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My 2013 Blogging Report

Assalamu’alaikum, minna-san.

So, as usual, emailed me a link to annual report for my blog.

The report said,

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,800 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

I don’t have anything to say about what and how I’ll blog for 2014 since I failed to blog once a week (12 posts out of 52 in 2013 T.T), so I’ll just leave you with the complete report link.


Goodbye, Cool Kiz Badminton team :’-)

Assalamu’alaikum minna-san.

How do you do? I hope all of you are fine.

Today, I’m going to write again about Cool Kiz on the Block. Last Tuesday, KBS World has finished airing english subbed of Cool Kiz on the Block Episode 24 (KBS itself has aired this episode 2 weeks ago). As the episode 23 informed us, the episode is the last episode of Badminton arc. Being able to win at least one whole match as a team in table tennis (ping-pong) and bowling, did the Cool Kiz team win?

!! warning !!
This post contains spoilers. If you like, please watch the episode first at KBS World’s youtube channel, then go ahead to my post.

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[VID] Cool Kiz on the Block a.k.a. Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education

Unscripted drama is sport competition.

If you agree with me, moreover love to watch amateurs gradually hone their teamwork and skills, try to watch Cool Kiz on the Block a.k.a. Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education. Cool Kiz on the Block (or starts from now, I’m going to write it as CKOTB) is a Korean variety show that facing off Korean celebrities with local sport clubs/sportsmen/sportswomen to compete in various sport. It aired first on April 9th, 2013; featured Kang Ho-Dong (MC and former Ssireum wrestler), Lee Soo Geun, and Max Changmin (idol, DBSK) as main hosts and other guests to form the Cool Kiz team.

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[VID] Spitz Official Youtube Channel

Following my previous post about SPITZ, this time I want to post about two videos’ link of SPITZ from their live concert: Jamboree Tour 2009 – Sazanami OTR Custom at Saitama Super Arena. I pick these two simply because of Tamura-san’s (SPITZ bassist) action. Hahaha, definitely love his “jump” in Ore no Subete. I just can’t help to laugh in amusement. Thumbs up!!

Update: 29/08/2013

Unfortunately the links are dead. T.T

But, hey, since Spitz has its MVs posted officially on Youtube, let me posted its latest video in 2013: Chiisana Ikimono.

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Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below (JPN, 2011)

Who is the famous animator from Japan? I believe that many of you will answer Hayao Miyazaki, ne? Miyazaki-sensei and Studio Ghibli has been known worldwide and set standards of a great animation. However, in Japan, there is a man who has been called as “The Next Miyazaki”: Makoto Shinkai. “She and Her Cat” and  “Voices of a Distant Star” are his works that I really like. The first one is a short that capture the emotions of a cat and its owner, while the latter will amazed you with his “one-man show” production (yes, almost 100% of the animation is worked by himself!!). For this month, I choose to review his latest work: “Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below“. Let’s check it out.

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