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『いつかこの恋を思い出してきっと泣いてしまう』、2016年、フジテレビ

1話から6話までのオープニング


Itsuka kono koi wo omoidashite kitto naiteshimau, 2016, FujiTV

Opening of the first six episodes.

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Drawing of Misaka Mikoto! Started as a warm-up but then I felt like colouring it…probably should have cleaned it up/refined it earlier but I didn’t originally plan to even shade it lol.

Uta no Prince-sama (うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪)

The duo posters continue, this time with Yamato Hyuga and Kurusu Syo bearing gifts! New art work from Otomedia Magazine (Amazon US | eBay), illustrated by key animator Tadashi Sakazaki (坂崎忠).

Uta no Prince-sama (うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪)

Ittoki Otoya and Otori Eiichi are paired up again in the December PASH! Magazine (Amazon US | Japan) pin-up for Maji Love Legend Star, newly illustrated by key animator Tadashi Sakazaki (坂崎忠).

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CHINESE MYTHOLOGY: 牛郎織女 (The Weaver Girl and the Cowherd)

The Weaver Girl and the Cowherd is an old legend, one of the most famous folktales in Chinese culture. It is the love story between Niulang (牛郎), the Cowherd, symbolized by the star Altair, and Zhinü (織女), the Weaver Girl, symbolized by the star Vega. Their love was forbidden, for Niulang is a mere mortal, and Zhinü is the fairy responsible for weaving colorful clouds for the sky. They were forcibly separated by Xi Wangmu (西王母), the Queen Mother of the West, with the Celestial River (銀河), known as the Milky Way in English. Mortals cannot cross the Celestial River, so Niuland remained on the other side, weeping and calling out for Zhinü. Eventually, Xi Wangmu was moved by their genuine love and allowed them to meet once a year.

So, every year, on the seventh day of the seventh moon, magpies would form a bridge across the Celestial River. Niuland and Zhinü would reunite once more. This day is celebrated as the Qixi (七夕) Festival, the Chinese equivalent of Valentine’s Day.

君が人を好きになった時に取るべき最善の方法は、その人のことをきちんと知ろうと目を凝らし、耳をすますことだ。そうすると、君はその人が自分の思っていたよりも単純ではないことに気づく。極端なことを言えば、君はその人のことを実は何も知っていなかったのを思い知る。 『映画篇』金城一紀著/集英社