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name NAKAMARU YUICHI nickname YUCCHI, YUU, MARU birthplace TOKYO, JAPAN birthdate SEPTEMBER 4, 1983 zodiac VIRGO siblings 2 YOUNGER SISTERS height 176cm blood type O special talent BEATBOX favourite colour GREY, BLACK, WHITE favourite fruit STRAWBERRY addicted to CHOCOLATE favourite sports SOCCER currently studying at WASEDA UNIVERSITY for HUMAN BEHAVIOUR AND ENVIRONMENT SCIENCES

Saturday, 20 August 2011


... are these called adventures or he just worry too much? ehehe


I’m the type that doesn’t have many adventures. Speaking about the adventure I remember, it’s something at the level of entering into a restaurant that has the aura “we don’t accept first time customers”. Particularly, regarding money I’m very conservative. At the end, I choose not to use them, because you don’t know what will happen from now on in life. I discern necessary and unnecessary things, without buying anything and everything. Even if I bought everything I temporary want, I’m the type that doesn’t feel completely satisfied. On the contrary, reducing the expenses to the minimum level, I’m satisfied! Speaking about simple stuff, clothes are necessary, but you can live even if you don’t have clothes over the necessary level, right? That demarcation line is difficult! This is a standard worry that comes every season. First of all, spring clothes: I’ve already bought knitwear and shirts, those are enough. But even this “me”, to be honest, is wondering if beginning a new adventure or not. Looking at the so-called University’s syllabus (the study plan) I’m wondering which seminars take. My first choice was a seminar about South-East Asia studies, but there are conditions like you must be fluent in English, or absolutely taking part in a summer camp. And then another one surfaced, a seminar that studies agriculture. But that agriculture seminar is the most popular because of feasibility study. This means the possibility not to be able entering it is high. Taking a seminar with harsh conditions, or taking the most popular seminar… it seems the choice will become my greatest adventure in my life!

translations credit to iside89

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