This is Nakamaru Yuichi
That was close.
I somehow managed to hand in this week's course work savely.
I'll try my best next week too.
Plus, yesterday at early dawn was the finals of the Soccer World Cup, Nadeshiko Japan [name of the women's national team] against the USA.
I watched it live.
It was a great game.
The game was incredibly dramatic.
Because it put me in such an excited mood I couldn't fall asleep like that.
Due to the difference in physique, you could see how the strategy of passing the ball around and not letting the opponent take initiative was thwarted by their fast pressing.
But their force of will to not give up brought the tie, which I think resulted in their victory.
Soccer is definitely a great sport.
Thank you for the excitement.
Yesterday was "Shuuichi". Today there's an interview and "HEY!HEY!HEY!".
How was the new corner on "Shuuichi", "Majissuka?"
This time I went to report on a cooking class.
There were a lot of students in their twenties and thirties. Since you can also eat the food you make in the end, there were a lot of people who came to feel like they were eating out.
I'm looking forward to next week.
Plus this is Sadogashima in Niigata, which we visited for the shoot of "Last Money", I took a lot of pictures.
Leaving the ship.
The weather was good.
I ate sasa dango. [a type of dango typical for Niigata]
I had squid prepared.
The night before returning to Tokyo everyone of the staff ate the fish together.
It was very delicious.
I'd like to come back again.
On Tuesday around 12 in the night there's a radio program I hope you'll listen to, R-One on Nippon Cultural Broadcasting.
This time it's about "Radio that makes you feel as if you're listening in to boys school talk?!"
translations credit to parasol-odori