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I don’t really follow baseball, but that time I got to watch the World Series by chance, I ended up being an Ichiro fan, so I love this commercial. xD And I love that Yu-chan’s faster than him when snatching meat.

Apparently they did a series, but you never know with these commercials any longer. They go PUFF all the time, even those that seem legit uploads.

omote3D photobooth 6

3D printing is expensive — but cool — and apparently Japan is setting itself to test 3D printing photo booths so you can all make tiny models of yourselves!

All information over at Spoon & Tamago~

I haven’t actively looked for Yu Aoi fan-made videos in a long time, but here we go~ I hope this one doesn’t get deleted, coz we’ve been suffering from that a lot lately. Regular Yu Aoi film footage applies, with nice additions of Tamatama, and Otouto… though, Raiou would have been nice to have.

I’m on my way to watch Tokyo Monogatari as I type this, and I was surprised by this upload on my YouTube timeline. Opening on January 19 (note on the Yu Aoi event calendar below), Yoji Yamada has finally release a meatier look to his version of Ozu’s critically-lauded film. It’s nothing much (visually), and there’s so much crying… and Yu’s going to cry — it seems — a lot. I wanna watch it. I wonder if I watch the Ozu version, if I would need less subtitles to understand Tokyo Kazoku when it’s out. xD

You gotta think of these things nowadays~

The language seems fairly simple. xD Let’s try. Here you go:

Yu Aoi for Zipang Punk

October 23, 2012 — 1 Comment

goemon rock 3 zipang punk

I ran into this story~ though I can’t be exactly sure about it, you know… with my Japanese sucking and all. But it seems like Yu-chan’s going to be on another play- called Zipang Punk Goemon ROKKU III (so it seems like it might be… a musical? LOL) A rock musical on the life of legend hero Goemon or something.

You can check the story on Geinou News Lounge, which is the source with the most text. Plus photos. I will be adding the show’s dates on the Yu Aoi calendar placed down down below, which had seemed rather empty lately.

If anyone else has more information on it, don’t be shy and share it in the comments :)

Tickets for the Tokyo shows, which begin running on December 19th, run for 12,500 Yen, 10,500 Yen, and 7,500 Yen. While the Osaka shows which begin running on February 6th, run for 13,500 Yen, 10,500 Yen, and 7,500 Yen. Tickets for the Tokyo show will begin their sale on October 28th, and the Osaka shows will begin selling on November 25th.

All the info is on their website.

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