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TV Life 8.29-9.11 (Issue 19, 2015) “Arashi Is “Just doing it to do it” (It's not like that, is it?)
& Aiba-chan confess their impressions of their juniors!
did you feel, engaging playfully with the members of Hey!Say!JUMP?
Because I had known JUMP before “WakuWaku Gakkou”, there was
this amazing closing of distance between us. It was a really fun
Yeah, until now, it felt like there was this column looming between
us, dividing us. It was great to be able to smash that down. I think
everyone is happy about that.
During “WakuWaku” in Osaka, we all went and had a meal together.
Later, we went again and had dinner together following Kyocera Dome.
We became very accustomed to each other in such a place.
you give me your impression of each of the members?
Inoo (Kei) kun is … cute!
Yeah (laughs). He’s such a lovely person.
I think he has a childlike cuteness?
He is an adult but has a youthful look.
Oh yeah. He’s cute in a very pure way.
Yuto Nakajima kun ….
He’s “Hanzawa Naoki”?
Yes, it’s “Hanzawa”!
He starred in “Hanzawa”, a drama I watched and became
We always think of him from that drama first, but he’s also a
Hey!Say!JUMP member (laughs).
Well, I always only think of him as an actor. I don’t know why!
My impression of Taka (Takaki Yuya) is … Yankee! (laughs)
Did you say Yankee?! (laughs)
What? He’s Yankee…ish. (laughs). He was immediately like, “You
can just call me Taka” and he was always calling me during
“WakuWaku”. "Let’s go out to eat!“ However, I haven’t
gone with just him yet…My impression of Yabu (Kota) kun is that he
used to be really small.
Ah yeah, he was tiny.
That image is still so strong in my mind, even though it’s not true
anymore. He still feels like a little brother.
He was so little. It was like he just grew up so suddenly. What do
you think of (Okamoto) Keito-kun?
It seems like he’s following in those footsteps…
Whom? (Okamoto) Kenichi?
Yeah. I can always really see that they are father and son. It
strikes me every time I see his face. (laughs)
the wake of the "WakuWaku Gakkou”, did you bond with anyone enough to share contact information?
Yes, I shared mine with Taka.
I shared mine with Keito and Hikaru Yaotome. If the timing is good, I’d
like to hang out with them sometime.
In his new drama, Ohno Satoshi had to challenge himself to take on the habits of a CEO. Is CEO Ohno somewhere to be found in this office? Is he too busy?! Let’s check out the day-to-day happenings of Ohno Satoshi!
Ohno Satoshi X Love Comedy!
He can do his job well, he has money, but the young CEO who isn’t one for love, Samejima Reiji (Ohno Satoshi) is shocked when Shibayama Misaki (Haru) enters the company and he falls in love.
In regards to love, he seems invisible to her. As the title is “Sekai Ichi Muzukashii Koi (World’s Most Difficult Love)”, is Reiji at the mercy of mercy itself?!
After reading the script, I was interested in seeing that my character is taking a bit of a role reversal. This character is not terribly different from me [in regards to love], I might say. (laughs) I was throwing out lines impromptu and didn’t intend them at all. (laughs) I think Reiji comes from a pure heart. Though he probably failed at matchmaking many times. What gives? (laughs) We don’t know how much of the problem is him or the women that were around him, but I think everyone has their lovable points. The dialogue reminds me of “Tonari no Kaibutsu kun” kind of strange, but maybe both are similar insofar that they are “monsters who become princes, yet cannot be helped”. (laughs) Monsters, yet human, probably first-born… But Reiji is such an ordinary-seeming man. A useless child, that’s what I am tapping into here. To become Reiji, it wasn’t negotiable– stubborn, unyielding, without giving up. That’s a CEO, right? I added a few lines here and there to add flavor, but I wanted to focus on feeling.
A clumsy figure, suffering in love, in front of a pretty woman?
In this role, I got to stand in sympathy of the reverse [of the usual role being a clumsy, helpless woman in dramas]. He’s often frustrated like, “Hello Misaki, I am doing something over here! …When will she notice?” (laughs) This character is so youthful; I felt like a child. Our characters grow close but then, only comparatively close. However, [Reiji is] not lovable so… (laughs) This love presents in a muted tone. Yet, Reiji gets this secretary in the company, and [my character] can only think, “she’s so cute!” (laughs)
Only young celebrities get many nice suits and clothing changes in dramas usually. But your character seems to have a full wardrobe and it’s been a long time since you’ve done a costume drama…
Because we are shooting on the clock though, costume changes are very quick! (laughs) And we usually only do one or two quick stylings for my hair per day. I had it cut and colored for filming and it is more efficient to keep it the same way the whole time for my character. Also, moving in the stiff suits is a bit tricky. (laughs) If I were to dance in a firm, slender suit, it would be difficult, yet the slenderness is an attractive point. It is a completely different environment, filming versus lives, with their multiple costume changes. In this role, my characters strangeness doesn’t present in his properly trimmed suits, but rather in his face, his actions. In the absence of an outward appearance of strangeness, Reiji’s individual self is more subtle. But I do think Reiji does things that are interesting, like giving a drifting smile, to show that “head in the clouds” sort of feeling. His CEO aura also needed to be transmitted.
The owner of a hotel chain– is that something you imagined wanting from childhood?
Me? I was never that kind of person. (laughs) But from a young age I did carry a business card. (laughs) From when I was small, I always saw Johnny san as a strong CEO, so that is the image of CEO that sits in my mind. The first time I went to his home is ingrained in my memory forever. It’s why I am sitting in the talent seat. (laughs) Subconsciously, I try to remember that Reiji is a CEO, so I need to carry that type of attitude– even off the clock a CEO is thinking about his company. It’s a bit rough, as I was reading the script I thought, “I wish I could really work for this company”. (laughs) I can see myself as this person. I feel like two different Ohno’s, actually. Seeing the world through my own eyes and more and more I can find Reiji’s stubbornness. Maybe he starts talking into a mic, and no one is listening, but he drones on. He also refuses to give managers a hand because it is cumbersome. Not going to appointments for no reason at all. Just, “today is impossible”. (laughs) I wanted to be as close to the director’s vision as possible. I was allowed some freedom, but I am not like MatsuJun when it comes to acting. (laughs)
The Television [Monthly] 6.27-7.31 **PART 1/2**, “Ohno Satoshi & Ninomiya Kazunari: na [Nagashi Somen]”
and Ohno appeared this month, early in summer! This theme of “flow-somen” (lit. “Flowing Noodles”) connects well to the previous
“Ikebana” theme. By dividing the bamboo, they must build a base! Also, there’s left handed flow-somen preparing and eating! ?…
“Another impossibility! (laughs). It is because I had neglected
myself earlier, I had to hastily snatch food from the front of the
"Me too ~. After this today, I also have to record ” Nino
San “. And there will be more food, and I must eat and eat.
“On “Nino San”, as expected. ~ It was delicious and I
enjoyed cracking bamboo”
Ohno: “At first I hesitated to split the sides of the bamboo.”
Ninomiya: “Also putting the layers together was difficult.”
“No. You did it very well. Because you were committed to the
task, I was able to put it together easily.”
“There were images of me breaking the bamboo.That? That bamboo
will probably become someone’s charcoal. (Laughs)”
“But that’s not a bad thing!”
“Give me some of the youthfulness that is Ohno Satoshi!
(laughs). We were able to make the flow-somen stand, but it took
quite some work to smooth it out.”
"We did not fail our first flow-somen! Do you remember? Around
debut time, we had done this.”
“I think I remember. Even though I’m left-handed, I tried to grab
the noodles the same way as everyone else, and it was a little
Ninomiya: “Today was the same, but even with me being left handed, it was
easy to grab and chew the flow-somen from this direction.”
“Yes, today I was more prepared to grab the noodles this way.”
“Today, we have found a layer of Nino’s bitterness. In his daily
life, even things like this seem hard.”
"No, no …”
“Eh (laughs). I don’t want Ohno to say sorry.”
“I should consider it more in the future, that we have a
left-handed member in our group.”
“No no, no (laughs). Because I do not feel such a burden
being left-handed. I’ll be okay! (Laughs). Today was fun!”
Ohno: "But, I was the one who thought of the idea of cutting and preparing noodles?”
“But you came in today presenting this activity and food as gifts,
teaching me how to eat-in, and I had no choice to but to ‘go with the
flow’ once this happened.”
“Certainly! If you shed your reservations, we can eat good
noodles until we’re full.”
“Even once we’ve divided the noodles, and the flow-somen comes
down, if I can’t catch it, I feel very sorry (laughs)”
“If your stomach also feels the same, then it would be easy to
follow the flow. (laughs) Also various condiments were prepared,
which we were able to enjoy.”
“They’re homemade, so I hope so!”
“But, Sho-chan’s myoga (Japanese ginger) is good, isn’t it?”
“It is. To become an adult, you can learn to overcome such
“There are painful cooking experiences I have like a delicious
spicy chili oil I use. The first time, I put it on soup, it was
“I’ll bet it was tough.”
“It took a long time for me to become sensitive to heat. Now, it’s
painfully spicy. But before, I thought it was not spicy, even with
“Ohno-san, you’re full of energy right now (laughs). Do you eat
noodles most days?”
“I don’t eat them often. The sleeves of noodles I received last
year, I tried to cook. But I boiled them without realizing the speed
with which they cook. I overcooked them!” (laughs)
“Today, there is so much food. I am really stuffed.”
Ohno: "But there’s also watermelon here we must eat. Our stomachs will