Category Archives: JAPANESE EVENTS

The Japanese Government「Please save electricity from 1st December」

According to News Web Easy, the Japanese government is asking to save electricity by reducing the usage of electricity at houses and at offices from 1st December till 31st of March. This is because there is major concern about possible … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’S J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Kazarijyanainoyo namidawa/ Tear is not an decoration by Akina Nakamori (中森明菜)

Kazarijyanainoyo Namidawa 中森明菜 The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called Kazarijyanainoyo namidawa by Akina Nakamori. Akina Nakamori is a biggest and most popular pop ideal singer in 80’s. She was pretty and sexy somehow. And her vocal control … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Yu-yake Koyake] “Sunset Glow” (夕焼け小焼け) 

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Convey Charm of A Nishikigoi「World Nishikigoi Summit」Foreign Ambassadors Attend

According to News Web Easy, Nishikigoi originally came from Nigata prefecture, is a carp with beautiful patterns and colors. On 6th of November, at Nigata City, World Nishikigoi Summit was held to convey the charm of Nishikigoi and in order … Continue reading

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Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー)

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634 meters in March 2011 by Wikipedia

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Sunday 80’S J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Behind You by Hitomi Tohyama (当山ひとみ)

BEHIND YOU 当山ひとみ The Sunday J-pop time again! It has been very busy week but full of excitements. Today’s song is called Behind Me by Hitomi Tohyama. She came from Okinawa, in 1981, she released [Just Call me Penny]. She … Continue reading

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「For Ukraine」110 Manga Artists Auction Manga

According to News Web Easy, Russian’s attack to Ukraine still continues. Mr Tetsuya Chiba, who wrote the mange called 「Ashita no Joe」and others begun an action where they sell the characters of the manga. Mr Gorge Morikawa who wrote 「Hajime … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’S J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Melty by Masayo Kawaguchi (川口雅代)

Melty 川口雅代 The Sunday J-pop time again! I was very busy until now but fulfilled feeling. Now that I want to relax I am looking for some songs which struck me. And here you are, The song I have never … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Anata Ga Irukoto de by Uru

あなたがいることで/Anata ga irukoto de (With You) The Sunday J-pop time again! I was very sorry I missed last week as I was extremely busy. Today I have found a beautiful song which is perfectly fits into my situation. A friend … Continue reading

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Delivers Products to an Island By A Drone – Drops With A Parachute

According to News Web Easy, there are about 100 people live at the island called Sagano Island in Goto city, Nagasaki and many of them are elderly people. Right now there is one shop sells daily necessities, however, the shop … Continue reading

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A Evacuated Ukrainian Female – The Diary written in Japanese Became A Book

According to News Web Easy, a seventeen years old Ukrainian came to Japan alone in order to evacuate from the Russian attack this April. Zurata , who has been studying Japanese since 4 years ago, was writing her diary in … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Ray of Water/Journey To Harmony by Arashi

『Journey to Harmony 』2nd movement of Ray of water The Sunday J-pop time again! In UK all British nations are expecting the Queen Elizabeth’s funeral tomorrow 19th September 2022, which now is a bank holiday. The song I have chosen … Continue reading

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Sunday 70’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Tokai (都会)/A City by Takeko Ohnuki ( 大貫妙子)

This is all I have for you The Sunday J-pop time again! September has arrived. I feel an autumn wind touching my face already. The night begins at earlier than before. The night is getting longer and longer. I though … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – This Is All I Have For You by Makoto Matsushita

This is all I have for you The Sunday J-pop time again! This week for me was a musical week. I love music, particularly I love funky Jazzy song. Today song matches to my preference perfectly. From 1981, the song … Continue reading

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A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [ Umi] “The Sea” (海) 

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Took a Video of A Deep Sea Fish 「A Oarfish/Ryugu no Tsukai」

According to News Web Easy, on 29th July, men who were swimming at the sea at Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi found a long big oarfish. This fish lives at the deep sea but was swimming at the shallow areas. One week … Continue reading

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Vegetables Grown Too Big Due to Heatwave Are To Sell Instead of Throwing Away

According to News Web Easy, The hot days have been continuing. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries there are some vegetables grow bigger than normal sizes due to hot weather. They are perfectly fine to eat but … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Sukiyaki (Ue o Muite Aruko) by Kyu Sakamoto

Monroe Walk The Sunday J-pop time again! It has been hot in UK and so far no rainfall. Today’s song that I introduce is called Sukiyaki, a Japanese title is ue o mukite aruko in 1961. Ue o muite aruko … Continue reading

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A transsexual boxer who became man from a woman 「I want to be professional.」

According to News Web Easy, Go Shindo, a boxer, used to be a female champion of WBC (World Boxing Council). After he stopped boxing in 2017, she undergone the surgery to become a man. Last year he started practicing to … Continue reading

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「Aomori Nebuta Festival」Begins from 2nd August After Two years cancellations

According to News Web Easy, 「Amomori Nebuta Matsuri」is famous summer festival at Tohoku. Two years ago and last year were cancelled due to Covit-19. This year is due to start from 2nd August until 7th August. 「Mebuta」is a big lantern … Continue reading

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