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Do you know of the ninja? They are famous, right? Ninjas were like spies long ago. Iga and Koga are famous ninja villages.

Actually I didn't know this, but it seems that the last currently living ninja became a Mie University professor.

He is the Koga School's 21st suzerain, and his name is Jinichi Kawakami.
彼は、甲賀流21代目宗主で名前は、川上 仁一氏です。

The former suzerain taught him ninjutsu (ninja arts), martial arts, ways of trespassing, methods of disguise, and how to mix medicines.

It seems he teaches ninja techniques at his university.

[ 2012/06/30 10:57 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Can you hear these in English?

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These sentence are Japanese. However, many native English speakers can hear something in English if I pronounce these sentences in Japanese.For example...


●Hotta imo ijiruna

This Japanese sentence means "Do not touch the potato I dug". An English native speaker who hears this Japanese, may understand it like this: "what's time is it now?"
この日本語の文章の意味は、『掘った芋を触るな』です。多くの英語のネイティブスピーカーがこの日本語を聞くと『What's time is it now?』と聞き取ってしまいます。


This Japanese word means "fried tofu". Many English speakers can hear "I get off."
この単語の意味は『揚げた豆腐』です。多くの英語のイングリッシュスピーカーは、『I get off.』と聞こえます。

●Saito-singu-ten desu

This Japanese sentence means "It is Saito's bedclothes shop." Many English speakers can hear "Sightseeing 10 days.".
この単語の文章は『斎藤寝具店です。』です。多くの英語のイングリッシュスピーカーは、『Sightseeing 10 days.』と聞こえます。

●Wa, Doyuimi?

This Japanese sentence means "What do you mean?". Many English speakers can hear "What do you mean?". Actually,these meanings are the same.
この文章の意味は『どういう意味?』です。多くの英語のイングリッシュスピーカーは、『What do you mean?』と聞こえます。実はこれは同じ意味です。


This Japanese sentence means "looks stupid." Many English speakers can hear "Ah, hold me tight."
この文章の意味は『アホみたいだね』です。多くの英語のイングリッシュスピーカーは、『Ah,hold me tight.』と聞こえます。
[ 2012/06/30 10:50 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Don't stare at me!


When you stayed in Japan, did you have any experiences that you were stared at or was avoided by Japanese?

I think that's one of the unpleasant things when a foreigner visits Japan.

But don't get me wrong! We don't hate you.

We are just interested in foreigners because of the rarity, but Japanese will end up getting them wrong for being scared because most Japanese cann't speak English.

I will not misunderstand them, because I wanna be good friend. I'm interested in them, so I might end up staring at them. You might think It's a glare, because I have single-edged eyelid. But that's not the case.

I'm sorry about that, if you feel unhappy about this while in Japan.

I want Japanese to grow to become more internationalized.
[ 2012/06/30 10:34 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

The secret of Japanese paper money


There are four kinds of paper money in Japan.(500yen, 1,000yen, 2,000yen, 5,000yen, 10,000yen)
日本には、4種類の紙幣があります。(500円, 1,000円, 2,000円, 5,000, 10,000円)

Japanese paper-money is the least forged paper money in the world.

Japan has the highest quality technique of printing in the world.

For example, in the case of the 10,000yen bill, You might be able to see just lines on part of it. But they are not lines. They are many small characters. Each 0.25mm in size.T
hey say "NIPPON GINKO". "NIPPON GINKO" means Japanese bank.
例えば、一万円札の場合。一万円札の一部は、線にしか見えないけど、線ではありません。沢山の小さな文字なんです。大きさは0.25mmです。『NIPPON GINKO』と書かれています。『NIPPON GINKO』の意味は、日本銀行です。

There are also other small characters, water-marks and raised letters shaped like a donuts on them.

The inks which are used become bright under black light. And the lines are very thin, because nobody can print that thin.

There are many other advanced technologies used to produce them. You will find that, if you can get Japanese money. You might even be able to find out something else about it.:)

[ 2012/06/30 10:27 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Trivia | TB(0) | CM(1)[記事編集]

All Japanese can do that dance !?


Japanese will end up moving their body to the sound of music.

Do you know a radio-gymnastics?

It seems this gymnastics is based on radio-gymnastics which an American insurance company conceived 90 years ago.

All Japanese did radio-gymnastics when they were elementary school students.

They did it at the physical education class and they were gathered to nearly a vacant space ,and they did it to get stamps every morning during summer vacation.

You might be surprised, but even adults can still do it perfectly.

I wonder that even after all this time nevertheless we can do it even now. We can't forget itXD

[ 2012/06/30 10:09 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]



There are no Casinos in Japan.
Gambling is prohibited.

But there are 12,000 pachiko parlors all over Japan.
Most of them are owned by Koreans, The top of the list of the richest people in Japan. They have been for several decades.

Over-18-year-old people can play pachinko.

All one has to do is buy a package of steel balls with cash, then pour them into the machine. Then controlling the amount, maneuver the balls into holes, if you can complete a specific number, the machine rewards you with more balls.

You can exchange balls for snack foods and small cheap prizes at the counter, it is illegal to exchange balls for money in the parlor.

But you can trade them for cash at another location.

This is very addictive because this is gambling. It's becoming a social problem.

Incidentally, I hate gambling because I hate losing.lol Moreover it's loud and there are lots of heavy smokers in the parlor. It's not good for health.

You shouldn't go, if you hate such things.


How to exchange for money
[ 2012/06/30 10:02 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

"Kimono" and ""Yukata"


Most of foreigners think that the "kimono" and the "yukata" are the same thing. This is wrong.

Over 1,000 years ago, yukata were clothes that people wear as a bathrobe when they get out from a bath. Nowadays people can wear it themselves, so it is used for street clothes for going to fastival festivals and the display of fireworks etc.

Yukata are like a casual wear.

On the other hand, kimonos are difficult to wear, and there are schools for wearing kimonos.

Simply, I guess the kimono is kind of like a suit and the yukata is like casual wear similar to a T-shirt and jeans.

Anyway, women who wear kimono or yukata are so good!


[ 2012/06/27 17:19 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

The loan-words that aren't understood by foreigners.


Japanese incorporated the loan-words into their language by using Katakana.
But there are some words imported with the wrong meaning.

For example.

This is written in English as 'Mansion'.
In Japan, apartment that made by reinforced concrete called "mansion".

This is written in English as "cooler".
This means "air conditioner".

This is written in English as "viking".
This means "buffet style".

●Three size
This is written in English as "three size".
This means "bust-waist-hip measurements".

●Pair look
This is written in English as "pair look".
This means "matching clothing worn by couples".

There are such many other word in Japanese, but I'll introduce other words next time...

[ 2012/06/27 17:06 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

The oldest Japanese characters


We had learned that the oldest Japanese characters are kanji that were introduced from China 1,300 years ago.

Actually, in Japan, there are characters called "Jindaimoji" (ancient Japanese characters) which were introduced 3,000-8000 years ago.

These ancient characters remain everywhere, in ruins and ancient documents, etc.

Are you thinking, 'You must be joking!'. But please think about it.

The oldest earthenware in the world was discovered in Japan.

Although these were made about 12,000 years ago, did we use characters for the first time only about 1,300 years ago? There are about 10,000 years between 12,000 and 1,300 years!

In 10,000 years is between discovering earthenware and using characters, did Japanese civilization discover characters? I don't really think so.

Material URL

Material2 URL

You can't believe it, but if it was true, do you feel roman? LOL

[ 2012/06/27 16:55 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Buried gold


About 400 years ago, my ancestor was a lord called "Kazutoyo Yamauchi", and it seems that he was the owner of Kochi castle in Kochi prefecture.
This castle is still remaining now, but I've never been there.
My grandmother is the youngest of thirteen brothers, and she was still alive, therefore I used to hear her old stories.
When my grandmother was a child, it seems that her father said to her "Our ancestor buried gold here, if you are pressed for your money, you will dig and use this gold.
(My grandfather immigrated to Hokkaido after that.)
It seems there was a big pot called "kame" filled with a lot of large/small-sized gold coin.
It is currently worth at least several billion yen.
My gramma lived alone, when she taught me about this.
Therefore only my gramma had known about the buried gold and place.
She always have said that she wanted to go there again, but her dream didn't come true.
My grandma died at 102 years old.
I wanted to go there with my gramma one time.
But I'm going to go to Kochi castle someday.
[ 2012/06/27 16:41 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Journal | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

How old are you?


'How old are you?'
There are many Japanese people who ask others this question.

Recently there are also people who refrain from asking because it is rude. However, we often heard this question in Japan.

Japanese has clear term of respect.

Japanese speak respectfully or casually depending on the seniority of the person.

If we don't ask about the age first, we'll be bewildered the way of communications.

Asking ladies is rude...

They will also want you to tell them they look young!

Please don't be offended if you are asked by someone in Japan.
[ 2012/06/27 16:20 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

The superstitions


I'll introduce it because there are a lots superstitions whom we were standed down from ancestor.

◉"Hide your thumbs, if you look at a funeral car. "It seems this is for teaching manners, such as, "don't point at funeral car with index finger if you look at it," to children.

◉"You will become a cow, if you sleep as soon as you eat something. This means that do it, because you are slovenly and indecent.

◉"When you cut your nails, you can not attend your father's deathbed." This teaching is " Don't cut your nails in dark night, therefore it will be dangerous.

◉"Hide your navel during thunder! If you do not, Japanese monster Oni will take your navel." This means "Take care of your body , because the temperature will go down at the same time as the thunder.

◉"If your lower teeth fall out, you should throw them to the heavens, and if your higher teeth put off, you should through to the space under the floor." This is a good luck charm rather than superstition, but throwing lower teeth from bottom to top, and throwing higher teeth from top to bottom, means that new teeth grow straight to the top or the bottom.

Do you have any superstitions in your country?

[ 2012/06/27 16:07 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Strange Japanese


Foreign people thought about Japanese"This is a strange thing, Japanese."

◉Japanese women don't hold handbags with their hands, but hang them on their arms. (They seem feminine by having like this.)

◉Japanese people eat raw eggs. (Rice with raw egg, and sukiyaki, are excellent!)

◉Japanese people often say "Sumimasen." (Is this just a habit? "Sumimasen" has other meanings other than "I'm sorry." For example, "excuse me," "thank you," and so on.)

◉Japanese bow while talking on the phone. LOL (Maybe we feel that we are looking at companions.)

◉Japanese must deny it, if they are praised by another person.(This is called "kenson(modesty)" in Japan, and if you boast of something, you'll be hated.

◉Japanese people use bathroom slippers. (Because the bathroom is dirty.)

◉Japanese obey traffic lights, if cars go through road.(Jumping the lights is not a good thing, and we can't do it, because we'll be looked at when we have a guilty feeling.

◉The wife pays in the restaurant. (Because many Japanese wives manage the money in their family.)

◉You can get tissue paper in the road. (This is a form of advertisement, and it is common.)

◉You have to pay for coffee and tea, but Japanese tea is free. Certainly I think this is strange.

◉Many Japanese will act together when they travel domestic or abroad. There are a few solo travelers in Japan.(Because group tours are cheap and we may not be able to do anything, it is comfortable.)

◉Japanese women in their twenties often have a very expensive bags like a Luis Vuitton . (I think Japanese basically are vain people.)

Now, what do you think about Japanese strange things?
[ 2012/06/26 17:02 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

How to enter a hot spring


There are 14294 hot spring facilities in Japan.

It is said that hot spring water aids recovery from sickness and injury.

I will explain the Japanese etiquette on how to enter a hot spring.

◉In some case, people with tattoo can't enter it.You must confirm check with the establishment whether you can or not.

◉Please take off all your clothes in the dressing room

◉please bring a towel and enter the bath room. There are a lot of ways to use the towel

◉First, please wash your body with the towel and soap. and please warn neighbors to not splash hot water. It is important to have consideration for other people.

◉Finally you can enter the bathtub. But don't put your towel into bathtub. You must wrap the towel up on your head, or put ot on a nearby rock.

◉Don't swim in the bathtub. Let's relax and enjoy communicating with your friends and entering together!

◉When you get out from the bathtub, wash really your body properly with soap.

◉You can enjoy entering again, and going into sauna, and entering an outdoor hot spring.

◉Before leaving the bathtub to the dressing room, you must wipe away any moisture from your body.

◉Put on your clothes. You are finished.

◉Please follow these simple Japanese etiquette during a visit to one of Japan's onsen.
[ 2012/06/25 22:08 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]



The other day I watched a news show on tv where the mayor of Osaka, Japan conducted a survey that asked 38,000 city officials if they had a tattoo.

In February of this year, it was found that an official threatened a boy in a child welfare facility by showing his tattoo, which prompted the mayor of Hashimoto to conduct a survey.

This generated a lot of criticism from the citizens about issues like freedom of expression and right to privacy.

But we felt afraid to look at the tattoo, because tattoos are a symbol of the Japanese mafia "Yakuza".

Therefore there are a lot of places where people with tattoos can't enter for remedy for crimes in hot springs, public baths, pool, etc.

And the Japanese thought that it is not good that the body given from parents was injured.

I understand that people get tattoos for fashion because some of my friends do.

I think that it will take time to change the way many Japanese people think about tattoos.

What do you think of when you hear "tattoo"? The Mafia? Fashion?
[ 2012/06/25 21:42 ]Posted byHIDE chang | News | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]



Do you know what this is?

I don't know whether other countries have this, this is called an "ear pick".

This is used to not only to remove ear wax, but also to scratch itchy places.

Traditional earpicks in Japan, are made from bamboo, and have a three hundred years history.

Of course, recently we use also cotton swabs, but I like ear pick.

apanese ear wax is dry and not sticky, therefore earpicks are suitable to use.

Recently a strange company appeared.

It seems that female cosplayers clean your ears.

Price: 3,200yen  Duration: 30min
価格:3,200円 所要時間:30分

    •Japanese (people) frequently clean their ears.
•You can experience having your ears cleaned in a relaxation room.
•It includes the price of an ear cleaning.

URL Link

Why don't you go there, when you visit Japan?

[ 2012/06/25 21:03 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Experience a rare event in Japan


I'll introduce some places in Japan where you can have a rare experience.

◉You can learn a ninja's basic of technique.

Price : 12,000yen. 価格:12,000円.
The time required : 1 hour 30min 所要時間:1時間30分

•You can learn three weapon techniques.
•You can wear ninja clothes.
•You can learn ninja's meditation.

URL Link

◉You can learn how to make sushi.

Price : 5,000yen. 価格:5,000円.
The time required : 2 hours 所要時間:2時間

•You can learn how to make sushi.
•The chef who has career of thirty years teach to you.
•The chef will also teach serving politely.

URL Link

◉You can brush up on ninja skills.

Price : 4,500yen. 価格:4,500円.
The time required : 1 hour 所要時間:1時間

•You can learn state‐of‐the‐art Japanese chivalry(Bushido).
•You can learn Japanese traditional chivalry manners.
•You can enjoy doing battle simulation.

URL Link

◉You can watch at sumo training in the morning.

Price : 3,500yen. 価格:3,500円.
The time required : 2 hour 30min 所要時間:2時間30分

     •You can visit sumo stable.
•You can watch at sumo wrestler's sumo training in the morning.
•Youcan learn Japanese origin.

URL Link

I recommend these, if you are interested.
[ 2012/06/25 20:44 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

A slightly strange, eccentric game machine


"Toylets", that developed by game company "SEGA" and played by the with pee strength of pee, that has appeared in Japan.

It seems that the game is played by peeing into a urinal which is equipped with a speed sensor that is used to measure the amount and strength of pee.


A developer said that he wanted to develop game which used the first controller that he gripped in life.LOL

In fact, This game was already installed in a certain Izakaya(Japanese style bar), it seems it is popular.

I want to do try it. LOL
[ 2012/06/25 20:03 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Products | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Mariko Aoki Phenomenon


Mariko Aoki Phenomenon

First, I'm sorry for my dirty saying.

Why do we want to take a crap if we go into a bookstore?

This phenomenon was discussed in several magazines and TV programs from around 1998, and it became famous.

It is called the "Mariko Aoki Phenomenon" in psychology based on the experience that was contributed by Ms. Mariko Aoki in 1985.

I often hear the story that people want to take a crap when they enter a bookstore from those around me.

It seems that many people experience this.

There are a lot of theories as what causes this phenomenon, such as "it is caused by smell of ink" or "caused by becoming relaxed while reading a book", but it isn't fully elucidated yet.

Do you have any experiences like this?
[ 2012/06/25 19:47 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Trivia | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Halberd and shield (paradox)


This TV show is called "Hokotate (Halberd and Shield (Paradox))", the paradoxes in our lives are made to fight for real to see which would win.

"A radio-controlled helicopter with movements that cannot be read" vs "sniper who can hit any target, no matter it's movement"

The current RC helicopter world champion (a Japanese person), and the strongest sniper of the US Navy Special Forces had to fight.

At first, I was surprised by the motion of the RC helicopter.The motion is unbelievable!

So, which do you think will win?

Movie: TV show
[ 2012/06/24 13:31 ]Posted byHIDE chang | TV show | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Mr.Bill Gates's secret


It would seem that his secret is...

A chairman of Microsoft, Bill Gates is ranked the second richest man in the world and has an estimated 6trillion yen in assets. He is going to build surper deluxe villa in Karuizawa Japan.

The building contains 25,000 square meters and is as large as having five soccer fields.

It costs a total of 8 billion yen.

It is constructed like a Japanese style building which has a basement one floor and two stories high.

I appreciate that he spends a lot of money in Japan.

I want to see it once.

Oh yes, rumors say that Bill Gates is building Noah's ark to gather many rich people.LOL

I think that Bill Gates can do anything.LOL
[ 2012/06/24 13:20 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Trivia | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Necomimi-cat's ears


It was a product that was very popular at the "NicoNico Super Meeting" on April 28th-29th.

It was communication tool with a cat's-ears shape "necomimi" which moves by reacting to our brain waves.

It costs 7,900yen.

This necomimi attaches detection sensors to the forehead and ear lobes,It move by responding to brain situation like this; if you concentrate, the cat's ears will droop.If you are relaxed, the (cat's) ears stand up.

If the situation is you are concentrating and you are also relaxed, cat's ears move each alternately.

We can see many people who attached them as soon as they bought it, because they were so cute.

Would you like to get this product?


[ 2012/06/24 12:54 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Products | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Slurping foods


Do you know how to eat the Japanese dish "Soba"?

Japanese don't slurp food with the exception of noodles, [but slurping food in the matter of Soba is having good manners.

In this matter, foreigners must think that the Japanese doesn't have good manners.

However, there is a reason that we eat like this.

You will be able to eat Soba with enjoying it's flavor, if you eat together air and soup

A cook will misunderstand that Soba is bad-tasting, if you don't slurp one.

There are three important points about Japanese food:

It is to enjoy looking, smelling, and tasting the food.

When you visit Japan, you wouldn't be surprised at how the Japanese eat.

[ 2012/06/23 23:18 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

A distribution map of fool


There are a lot of alternate words in different dialects in Japan.

Even Tokyo has dialectal words.

"The distribution map of the dialectal word fool" was made by a TV program.

However, the distribution map showed the way of introducing words and cultures.

It was proven that it was the same word in different localities about the same distance around Kyoto in a circle.

This distribution map became a greatly precious survey result in Japanese philology.

Material 1 movie

Material 2

By the way, I use "バカ" and "アホ" and another word "はんかくさい"because I live in Hokkaido.
[ 2012/06/23 23:06 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Trivia | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

25 years ago, it felt like a dream


In 1987, 25 years ago, did people at that time imagine that in the future they would use things like iPhones, iPads, and Siri in their daily lives?

I'm going to introduce a movie on YouTube from 1987 Apple where imagined that people will use tools from the future in their lives.

Movie YouTube

Do you think that it is quite modernistic like the iPad and Siri?

It must be something like a dream for people from 25 years ago.

Cars must fly, and androids will commonly walk around towns.

How do you imagine such a future?
[ 2012/06/23 22:47 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Products | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

An optical illusion


Could you watch this video on YouTube?
Please look at the center point in this video.
An amazing thing will happen to you.LOL

An optical illusion YouTube
[ 2012/06/23 22:34 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Trivia | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

The Wonders of the Days of the Week


Why do the days of the week rotate like this: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday?

In Japan, the day of the week originate from star's names in the solar system.

日曜日(Sunday) means Sun, 月曜日(Monday) means Moon, 火曜日(Tuesday)means Mars, 水曜日(Wednesday) means Mercury, 木曜日(Thursday)means Jupiter, 金曜日(Friday) means Venus, 土曜日(Saturday) means Saturn.

Instead of from the sun's rotation, it's arranged by distance from the Earth: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, the Sun, Venus, Mercury, and the moon.

Long ago, people thought this world was dominated by the stars, every hour like a shift-work system.

The first hour of the day is dominated by Saturn, the next by Jupiter, and so on.
It continues..

And then 25 hours later is the Sun.

The first hour of the next day is the moon.

If it continues like this, it becomes Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

In olden times the week began on Saturday.

I was refreshed that I realized concerning thing until now.
[ 2012/06/23 22:21 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Trivia | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]



Kaibun means a sentence that has the same meaning if you read from the top or from the end of sentence.
So kaibun is "palindrome" in English.

For example
Certainly I lent it.Is this lion my baby? I lost to you.

Don't wait until the summer.

Tonight, I'll boil a carrot.

I'm afraid of this child, this house's child?

At the girls mixer, I have breadcrumbs.

Everyone, try this in Japanese.
[ 2012/06/23 22:06 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]



Huroshiki is a traditional wrapping cloth, often with patterns, which looks like a large handkerchief.
It seems to have a history of four hundred years.
Huroshiki can be folded compactly and carried when you're not using it.
It used to be made of cotton and silk, but now is made of a chemcial fibre instead.
Oh yes, there are many ways of using this for wrapping.
You try checking out website below:
It is different from a plastic or paper bag in that it can be reused.
For example, you can wrap your clothes and underpants, when you go to a bath-house, and you can wrap sake as a present, when you visit your friend's house.
I recommend huroshiki for eco reasons.
[ 2012/06/23 21:47 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]

Current Doraemon


It's obvious that it is the 20th anniversary of Doraemon.
What Doraemon will be like 20 years later has become clear.
Toyota's Doraemon commercials are being broadcast in Japan.
The cast in the commercial is awesome!
Don't be surprised if you know them.
A famous French actor, Jean Reno, is playing Doraemon.
And a famous Japanese actor, Satoshi Tsumabuki, is playing Nobita.
The rest of the cast are also famous celebrities and martial artists.
Now, twenty years later, Nobita is thirty years old. Nothing has changed; he is still dependent on Doraemon.
I was the most surprised that Suneo had become a good-looking, gentleman, and Jaiko had become a beautiful lady.
But this commercial is such a funny and heart-warming story.
By all means, please watch this video, and tell me what you think your impressions of it.

CM YouTube
[ 2012/06/23 21:29 ]Posted byHIDE chang | Culture | TB(0) | CM(0)[記事編集]