This is the first video in my new series where I look at every one of Momoiro Clover Z's Momoiro Christmas release from 2010 until the present! This follows the live commentary I uploaded of this live. This is a look at Momoiro Clover's first Christmas live which took place on December 24, 2010.
Momoiro Christmas 2010 in Nihon Seinenkan Dappi is one of my all-time favorite Momoiro Clover live concerts, and it is also an important one for Momoclo insofar as it is their first ever live concert that saw a DVD/Blu-Ray release. Nihon Seinenkan, at the time, was a venue that had an audience capacity of 1300 people, and despite Momoclo still being a smaller group, only 2 years into their career, they managed to sell out tickets for the venue within minutes of making them available. This was also Momoclo's first ever one-man live, meaning that they were the headlining act. Momoclo's management made the most out of what they could with the limited venue compared to what they have been able to do since then. However, this adds a level of charm to this live which is not seen much anymore, especially in recent Momoclo concerts, including the ones in the-still ongoing Momoiro Christmas series.
This is my look at this concert from a perspective that I think is safe to say is uniquely my own- as someone who has seen this close to 50 times or so since 2014 when I first found it. I attempt to unpack why I enjoy it so much and maybe it will be enough to persuade others to see it as well if they haven't already? Anything's possible, I guess. But in any event, I hope you enjoy the video. I suspect that this will probably be among the shorter ones in the series... and it's still 47 minutes long. Oops.
Kenta Kobashi Triple Crown History. All Japan Pro Wrestling. Match list 1.Kenta Kobashi VS Steve Williams(09-03-1994) 2.Kenta Kobashi VS Toshiaki Kawada(01-19-1995) 3 Kenta Kobashi VS Mitsuharu Misawa(10-25-1995) 4.Kenta Kobashi VS Akira Taue(07-24-1996) 5.Kenta Kobashi VS Stan Hansen(09-05-1996) 6.Kenta Kobashi VS Toshiaki Kawada(10-18-1996) 7.Kenta Kobashi VS Mitsuharu Misawa(01-20-1997) 8.Kenta Kobashi VS Mitsuharu Misawa(10-21-1997) 9.Kenta Kobashi VS Toshiaki Kawada(06-12-1998) 10.Kenta Kobashi VS Jun Akiyama(07-24-1998) 11.Kenta Kobashi VS Akira Taue(09-11-1998) 12.Kenta Kobashi VS Mitsuharu Misawa(10-31-1998) 13.Kenta Kobashi VS Mitsuharu Misawa(06-11-1999) 14.Kenta Kobashi VS Vader(02-27-2000) 15.Kenta Kobashi VS Yoshihiro Takayama(05-26-2000)
A tour of Himeji Castle, also known as the White Heron Castle, illustrates Japanese feudal architecture during the Middle Ages. Traces the development of castle architecture throughout Japan's medieval period. 1972
Pues sí,he podido asistir a la Japan Weekend de Burgos aunque solamente he estado un rato (temas de trabajo...ya sabéis) pero a pesar de haber estado solamente por la mañana he podido grabar algunas cosas para el canal,espero que os guste.
Y sobre todo dando a like y comentando ya sabéis que ayudáis al canal y si os gusta mucho lo que hago...dale a sub.
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I met a man when I was a teenager working at a company called "KRAFT, they made cheese slices among other things and he told me a story from when he was in world war Two, or "WW 2" as he put it. His name was "Hap" I have no idea what that was short for but we called him Hap The Half Wit (It was a factory, people can be cruel) and this is or was his story!
Video from Historical Recordings. This is a 1945 recording of the 'Jewel Voice Broadcast'. The 'Jewel Voice Broadcast' (玉音放送) was the radio broadcast in which Japanese Emperor Hirohito read out the 'Imperial Rescript on the Termination of the Greater East Asia War' (大東亜戦争終結ノ詔書), announcing to the Japanese people that the Japanese Government had accepted the Potsdam Declaration demanding the unconditional surrender of the Japanese military at the end of World War II. This speech was broadcast at noon Japan Standard Time on August 15, 1945.
The speech was the first time that an Emperor of Japan had spoken to the common people. It was delivered in the formal Japanese that few ordinary people could easily understand. It made no direct reference to a surrender of Japan, instead stating that the government had been instructed to accept the terms of the Potsdam Declaration fully. This created confusion in the minds of many listeners who were not sure whether Japan had surrendered. The poor audio quality of the radio broadcast, as well as the formal courtly language in which the speech was composed, worsened the confusion.
Nevertheless, it is an important and fascinating piece of history, one which marks the end of an era of suffering for humankind.
"Well"... Essa música era para ser um "Die Wacht am Rhein" para o novo estado-nação do Japão em plena construção moderna, um tipo de novo hino militar não oficial, era uma música popular durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, supostamente cantada durante a guerra sino japonesa e a campanha nas Filipinas.
Ware wa kan gun wagateki wa Tenchiirezaru choutekizo Teki no taishou taru mono wa Kokon musou no eiyuu de Kore ni shitagou tsu wa mono wa Tomo ni hyoukan kesshinoshi Kijinni hajinu yuuaru mo Tenno yurusanu hangyaku wo Okoseshi mono wa mukashi yori Sakae shitame shi arazaru zo
Teki no horoburu sore made wa Susume ya susume moro tomo ni Tamachiru tsurugi nuki tsurete Shisuru kaku gode susumubeshi
Mikuni no fuuto mono no fu wa Sonomi wo mamoru tamashii no Ishiin kono kata suta retaru Nippon to no ima sara ni Mata yo niizuru mi no homare Teki mo mika tamo moro tomo ni Yaeba no moto ni shisubeki ni Yamato-damashii aru mono wo Shisubeki toki wa ima naru zo Hi toni oku rete ha jikaku na
If you like cute anime girls with deadly firearms you came to the right place. Because in this video we will take a good look at First Shot All-Rounder ELF from the series After-School Arena. As far as I can tell she is an original character. There is no manga or anime she originates from. The figure is made by the company Damtoys and that is a name I never heard before. Let's see how it will turn out.
Eu realmente não tenho muita informação sobre essa música, eu achei no canal do FBIV.
Nippondanshi to umare kite sen no ba ni tatsukara wa na o koso oshime bushi yo chirubeki toki ni kiyoku chiri mikuni ni kaore ōka. nasake ni atsuki jōbu mo tadashiki ken toru toki wa zenman'nin mo jisuru nashi shinzuru mono wa tsuneni kachi sumeragi-shi ni mukau teki araji
Gojō no kun kashiko mite sen'ya ni shikabane sarasu koso bujin no kakugo mukashi yori ichi kami tsuchi ni nokosazu mo Homare ni nan no shi Ya aru.