So I went to the event 10/23. It was short but fun! They did a bunch of talks, chose their favorite scenes, did script reading, and shiritori games, and sung with everyone the opening song. The entire event was kedaruge and done in a yurui manner. Almost like over tea. XD
Ono Kenshou’s fav scene was when Shiraishi was asking Oota if Tanaka-kun likes someone or depends on someone a lot. Oota 「俺か？！」he tsukkomis and also Shiraishi’s 「確かに！」was funny. Aoi-chan’s scene was the change of background where both sisters were wearing cat and dog outfit. Super cute ><
I liked a lot of things, but what was really funny was how everyone teased Iguchi-san by saying “So Iguchi-san, what is OO to you?” like 5x with stuff like “summer”, “listness”, “matcha” and random stuff and put him on the spot a lot. But it was really cute, and he also became the shiritori annyui (listless) master. I hope he gets more relaxed eventually (^ ^)
Okitsu-san did a lot of tsukkomis.
Also I sent Okitsu-san, Iguchi-san, and Aoi-chan letters. :D
Twas a fun short event. Even now, the OP is stuck in my head because the whole audience went “Lalalala lalala lalala” like 20x.
There were lots of high quality vegetables and fresh seafood ingredients that I normally don’t get to touch, as well as colourful seasoning. I couldn’t stop my excitement and I kept staring at it until the event started.
Ah… I want to live in a house that has a large kitchen some day.
I was told that it was ok to cook whatever I wanted here, so I used the tuna’s head to make tuna yukhoe. There was an entire octopus, so I made an octopus marinade. I also made something else (but I forgot to take a picture)
I was happy that everyone ate it and told me it was delicious. I’ll make as much as you like, so get me a kitchen <3
JAPAN, Tokyo : President of sushi restaurant chain
Sushi-Zanmai, Kiyoshi Kimura, displays a 200kg bluefin tuna at his main
restaurant near Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market on January 5, 2016. The
bluefin tuna was traded at 117,000 USD (14 million yen) at the wholesale
market on the first trading day of the new year. Tsukiji market will
close its doors after 80 years followed by a new market opening in
Toyosu this autumn. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO