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01 September 2012 @ 04:07 am
[sticky post] Help?!  
Will you help me?!?!

Below are links to entries where I have many pictures of my idols and I need information about the pictures!
I seem to have some OCD about needing to know EVERYTHING about a picture: Date, Person, Year, Type (Magazine/Photoset etc), Magazine Name.

Seto Koji Help Part 1: Photosets
Kamenashi Kazuya Help Part 1
KAT-TUN Help Part 1: Pairs/Trios, Junno, Ueda, Nakamaru, Extra.
07 June 2018 @ 02:13 pm

Here they are, I check these guys regularly because I love them ^_^

rossanav6 jesheslove kissmegreen makichan5 dual_tsubasa setolove pali_mari maomaochan blue_panda26 ayc_akuma leefubuki madzia963 beccy_chan sberry1582  galuvkat_tun pornvilai

And Communities I absolutely love <3 jone_records kattunlove kame_world tomoaday bl_a_day yanagishitomo d_boys jdramas ikemen_daily d_date d_translations setogifaday shouhei_a_dayamaris_subs plotboxes going_gonin plotboxes kamesanctuary


~^-^-~ JE MEME ~^-^-~

Taken From: http://marchingj.livejournal.com/893.html

hi, my name is Alex. nice to meet you. name:: Alex
JE #1 bias: KAT-TUN, Kamenashi Kazuya
JE fandom/s: KAT-TUN, NEWs, Kanjani8, Hey!Say!JUMP, ABC-Z.
fandoms besides JE: D-Boys, Japanese Doramas/Films.
twitter: sambart93
anything else?: I love JE! ^_^

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Translations MasterCheck Post [see the complete list and where to find them!]
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- DORAMAS/FILMS can now be found here.

Can be found at this post.

24 August 2016 @ 12:13 pm

I watched this last Wednesday and oh man this is exactly what I wanted and what I was expecting to get! And it was better than expected! By the way; does everyone like my new icon? Cos I do! xD

Official Site Here
Trailer Video Here


Minami Keisuke
Baba Ryoma
Tamoto Soran
Matsumoto Hiroya
Aramaki Yoshihiko
Ogasawa Ken


The year is 20XX and 12 20-something year olds have been picked randomly through My Number (it's like the social security system) and will dicuss whether Article 9 should stay in motion, or if it should be completely scrapped. What THEY don't know is that their decision will officially decide the answer for the government.

If you don't know what Article 9 is then... seriously?! But I'll tell you anyway:

Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution came into effect on May 3, 1947, following World War II. It stops Japan from having an official army and cannot go to war unless (as of a recent interpretation) an allied country is the one being attacked.

That's the quick jist of it anyway. Go and do your research if you wanna learn more. OR just watch this film because...

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And that's my review! I'm mostly likely and most definitely gunna get this and it's making on DVD xD

Overall: I was so impressed with this movie! If you don't know what Article 9 is then don't worry because this movie explains it in great detail. I really liked the arguments that came up in this movie and there were some amazing performances and some amazing scenes, especially from Baba <3 I freaking loved the ending too and what so impressed with many things that happened in this. I'm definitely Against Article 9 though and this movie definitely solidified my view of this. Everyone should watch this; whether it be educational reasons, political reasons, historical reasons or just because you're interested in Japan!
Rating: 9/10
So I was lucky enough (because I'm in the fanclub) to get able to go to Seto's Fanclub Solo event! I originally had two tickets because I'd also accidently got tickets for his show in Osaka xD But in Tokyo I had tickets for the Second Show of the day so after a quick 6 lessons at work, I ran over to Nippori (to a very nice hotel by the way!) got lunch and found the venue.


This is the set he had for his event. He plays 'Setti' who is like Seto Koji's failed twin brother or something xD It's hilarious how even though it's HIS event, he's playing a character and he/Setti even mentioned (as a joke) that even off stage Seto Koji plays a character xD BUT we're getting too far ahead.


I got there just before the First show ended (it ended about 3pm) and the staff we luck enough to open the sales for the second show about 5 minutes early (they were supposed to start at 3) but, I was like the only one there and said 'Can I buy goods yet?' and they looked at the time and went 'yeah.. why not. 3 pm goods are open people!' xD Which was nice of them ^_^ For me I bought his shirt and bromides and then I bought the lunch bag and bromides for the lovely Tilmon <3


My friend Rika went to both shows so after buying good I waited for her to come out and we went to a cafe to spend time talking about the event before we went back for it. She talked about how she'd been to previous Seto Solo events and that this was the best one yet. She spoke about how it's a lot more fun with it being D Date and not just Seto and Araki/Horii (which was the last one I think). And she also said 'everything this time is so much better and interesting!' so naturally my already nervous self got even MORE nervous and excited.

At the venue, while waiting to go in, some girls sat next to me pulled out some Macarons and then Yasukawa's bromides from Wakasamagumi. So naturally I couldn't NOT get involved, especially cos the bag I'd brought had Kamakari and JP's badges from the stage on! (btw review here). So this was our conversation:

私/Me: 見ましたか?/ Did you watch it (Wakasamagumi)?
人/Them: (缶バッジ見て)あなたも見ました?/ *Sees the badges on my bag* You also saw it?
私: そうです。安川のファンですか?/ I did. Are you JP's fan?
人: そうです。/ I am
私: 私も! / Me too!
人: いつ見ました? / When did you watch it?
私: 今週の水曜 / This Wednesday
人: 今日見ました。明日は?  / I saw it today. Are you going tomorrow?
私: いいえ / No I'm not.
人: 明日も見ます / I'm seeing it tomorrow as well.

I hope the two of them had a good time! It was nice to find other fans of other things and be able to have a conversation with them xD at one point they also went 'kawaii / cute' to me and I'm still not used to it and don't believe it so I was like 'nah nah nah' xD

When I finally got it, turns out there's rows 1 - 7 BEFORE you get to row A - G. So even though I had Row F and thought I'd be towards the front, I was RIGHT at the back, but luckily there were only like 100 - 200 of us so it wasn't like we weren't close to him xD I got an aisle seat as well which was nice.

I didn't take a picture this time of my view - sorry!

Now to the show!


I didn't know what to expect as I knew it wasn't going to be a stage cos duh, it's an ACTOR SOLO EVENT but because he didn't post any information about the contents before the shows began, I was going in blind. All I knew what that there'd be a VTR of his last travel (this time with D Date) and that we'd either get a handshake or a high five at the end but even then I wasn't 100% we'd get that.

So let's have a break down first:

- Seto Introduction
- A Look at the Props around Seto
- Seto Character Ranking
- VTR Part 1
- VTR Part 2
- Singing Performance
- Find the Character
- 100 Names Challenge
- Story Book

I think that's all the sections so let's go full swing!

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This wasn't a play so no overall section nor rating is needed! I'm so glad I went and I got to see some more sides to Seto that I've never seen before and it was great to finally meet this guy who I've been watching grow up for like 6/7 years! He really is the sweetest person and he's so funny and I hope I get a chance to meet him again and for a longer amount of time next time! ^_^
22 August 2016 @ 06:16 pm
I had been eyeing this one since Konchuuger ended and I finally gave in and bought tickets for it last month. Once again, another MMJ production with a stella cast but felt like more people were toujitsuken-ing it than actual people who bought tickets previous to the stage starting and I don't know why because I have been left impressed two now. And you'll see why...



I don't know what was going on but at about row 6 or 7 there seem to be like 2 or 3 manager looking people and some could-be-actors young guys and like a guy two rows behind them stood up and greeted them and shook hands and clearly some business deal or something was going on. So could've been scouters or managers taking their newbies to see a stage or something? Whatever it was, they were definitely people from the business. Was interesting to watch...

Oh and the flower outside the place were gorgeous! Normally I don't really pay attention to what the flowers look like but this time some REALLY caught my eye and I had to take pictures! The last flowers are my favourite <3


And once again I got super lucky(!): smack in the middle! How do I always manage to get this luck?! I guess it does run out (we all remember the ticket fails of June and July right?!) but yes I was super happy! But also made me super nervous at the end when all the lights were up and like yeah, in direct eye line for Someya!



So it's about 6 best friends who have just turned twenty and it's set 20 years after the Meiji Era begins and the Edo Era ends. Our main guy (finds pamphlet), Nagase decides that it's time for him to find a job and so informs his friends that he's gunna join the police force and become a police man. His friends aren't sure at first but like best friends, and also the fact they have no idea what to do with their lives, they end up following him to Police Training Camp where we find there are three other groups: The Reds known as Satsuma group: The senpais of the group that have been there the longest and are rather aragont about their position in the camp and are very forward thinking about the Meiji era; The Blues known as The Shizuoka Group: came over from Shizukoka and therefore are still very old fashioned and have a strong dialect and are seen as the outsides because they're the only two not from Tokyo, and akso, in true Sugie style, they're a little camp (xD); and The Yellows known as Edo: the most traditional of the group; one follows the way of the samurai and the other, the way of the ninja. The 6 friends are Green as known as Wakasamagumi (meaning something like 'Young Masters Group') because of A. how young they are and B. how irresponsible they are.
So we follow them as they go through their training which is interrupted when Nagase's childhood friend, and crush, Koizumi, is shot at twice and killed and the murder is pinned on Nagase, so now they try and find the real culprit.

The Cast

Irie Jingi as Nagase
Miyazaki Karen as Koizumi
Kubota Hidetoshi as Soneyama
Someya Toshiyuki as Fukuda
Akimoto Ryuutarou as Hirata
Yasukawa Junpei (<3) as Koyama
Saeki Daichi as Oonou
Kido Yuuya as Minagawa
Kamakari Kenta as Tamai
Ozeki Riku as Sakuma
Wagou Shinichi as Osamu (?)
Sugie Taishi as Himeda
Itakura Takeshi as Kondou
Iwai Kenshirou as Toya
Aoki Juna as Kitao
Nemoto Masakazu as Nakamura
Nakamura Seijirou as Ariba

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And there is my accidentally MASSIVE review which took me like 4 hours to write over the course of 4 days xD

This review may seem a but more tame and longer and more professional compared to previous ones. I have something ticking away in my brain and I guess I'm unconciously and conciously working towards it to see if it's a possibility in the very near future. So yeah... vague I know xD

ANYWAYS, if you're still reading by this time and you read all that ^^^ then seriously give yourself a cookie! Cos it was a lot!! ^_^

Overall: Oh my this was so good! I was thoroughly impressed once again by a MMJ production and they're definitely going on my radar as a company to trsut and follow because this is the second time they've impressed me (they did Konchuuger). This play was SO funny, so hysterical, all the characters are unique and amazing and I wanted to be able to either see it a second time, and/or have 12 pairs of eyes so I could watch everyone! The props were unique too and I loved the dancers! I'm definitely gunna be buying this DVD, if I hopefully have money in October (that's when the preorder finishes).
Rating: 9/10
10 August 2016 @ 11:08 am
This is a sequel so if you haven't watched the first movie then probs don't go reading this. Unless you don't care then go ahead. Here's the review for the first movie.


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Also at the cinema there was a SIGNED poster from the cast! And we were allowed to take pics <3



Also the cinema was advertising Article 9! Which has Baba, Takachan, Makichan, Aiba, some seriously great stage actors! So I'm defo gunna try and see it too!


Overall: This was scary. It's a horror, what do you expect? But I was SO impressed with the plot twist and the cinematography and how gorgeous everyone looked! Aoki defo stole the show! But that ending was messed up!
Rating: 7/10
07 August 2016 @ 08:16 pm
Got to see my beautiful Tomo again this week! And once again I was blown away from his performance! But more on that later! Enjoy!


*If images aren't showing up then let me know, I'm having difficulty sorting them out.

Okay first things first. I saw the tweet about Bui the day before where they mentioned it being 4 hours long. Me being me I was like 'it is hell gunna be 4 hours long,' the actors came on stage and before they started Tanaka was like 'this is gunna be 4 hours long so bear with us and enjoy' and oh my even THEN I didn't believe them!


They weren't lying when they said it as gunna be 4 hours long!!! I really was 4 hours long! Actually more like 4hours10minutes long! =O Oh my! BUT I will tell you thing; after the first part, it did not feel like a 4 hour show. It FLEW by!

Also Harada Natsuki? Freaking beautiful and I really liked her role in this and her acting was phenominal! More on that later!

I didn't take a picture of my seat view this time cos literally the staff were always there so I didn't feel comfortable even after the show. But I was 3rd row (actually and properly 3rd row this time) and 2nd to the corner on the left hand side and I had a wonderful view! But I still used my HD glasses so I could see Tomo when he was right at the back of the stage! The stage was super cool too and it was like this (see above pic ^^ ) sandbox! Very interesting concept but most of it IS set on the beach so makes sense!

Also before the play I asked the staff where I could put my letter because, as freaking usual for Tomo's plays, there wasn't a box out to put presents in. And one of the guys on the staff team (who's clearly a higher up cos he wasn't wearing a uniform) approached me and was like, 'you wanted to hand in a letter?' so I gave it to him and he looked at the back to see who it was for and was like 'oh okay! Don't worry, I'll make sure it gets it. I'll go give it to him' and I was like 'thank you!!' xD I got REAL dokidoki when he approached me cos at first I couldn't figure out where he was approaching me, I'm glad he quickly told me why xD ALSO! The guy I was sat next to the entire time had a staff badge with him so that made me dokidoki too xD

NOW onto the actual play!

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Overall: They weren't lying when they said it was 4 hours long! But after part one, it absolutely flew by and I liked so many of the characters and Tomo's partially naked body was definitely welcome, and once again his acting impresses me so much <3 this story is heartbreaking, impactful, some funny moments and very deep. It was such an eye opener and I wouldn't normally see stuff like this but I'm glad I did. So many things to think about, so many important themes and the way things were handled felt very real and I am very impressed by this stage.
Rating: 7/10
05 August 2016 @ 08:46 pm
This is actually more of a 'me trying to understand what the hell I saw' rather than a review.


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I THINK I liked the movie.... there were definitely points I enjoyed and I was definitely left with a bunch of messages to figure out but... I wouldn't watch it again.

If you've seen it and wanna help me figure this mess out, or just wanna give your thoughts on what you've read above then just comment below ^_^
Omg we are finally at the last ever review I have left to do before I'm ALL caught up! Holy moly! I've taken my time haven't I?! SORRY!


Pre-Show Worries

I have to admit I was rather worried for this one because of the hard time I'd had understanding the first time I watched BASARA as well as not being completed satisfied the first time around (although we could just blame the fact EVERYONE around me was falling asleep and that's the reason why -__-) - see review here. But I obviously had to go this time because Shiramata was still on my 'Keeping an Eye on List' (see here). But they REALLY stepped up their game in this one! It was either because I understood the story this time or because they got a new writter, or it was just purely a better production but DAMN I was so impressed this time around! I had no worries at all and I actually seriously laughed and enjoyed myself this time! PHEW!




Shono Akihisa as Date Masamune
Matsumura Ryunosuke as Sanada Yukimura
Inoue Masahiro as Katakura Kojuro
Shiina Taizo as Sarutobi Sasuke
Isaki Tatsuya as Maeda Keiji
Saito Shuusuke as Shima Sakon
Shiramata Atsushi as Chosokabe Motochika
Nakayama Yuki as Hisahiko
Yamaguchi Tomoya as Takezo
Taniguchi Masashi as Akechi Mitsuhide
Akira as Uesugi Kenshin
Mamori Asana as Saiga Magoichi
Juri as Sen no Rikyu
Shiozaki Ire as Goto Matabe
Karahashi Mitsuru as Oda Nobunaga

The Story

If you don't know the story of Honnouji then why are we still friends? xD No in all honesty I understand that most people in this world don't know about Japanese history so here's a mini synopsis:

Oda Nobunaga is growing stronger in Japan and was currently at the height of his power when he began sending his generals aggressively into all directions to continue his military expansion. He also ordered Akechi Mitshide to go and help Hideyoshi. Oda then travelled to Honnou Temple (Honnouji), a place that was his usual resting place when he stopped by in Kyoto. Mitsuhide saw this as his chance to betray Oda and led his army toward Kyoto. Before dawn, the Akechi army surrounded the templed and Oda ended up committing suicide (which was an honourable death back in the day because it was better to die by your own hand than it was to die in the hands over your enemy).

Now to talk about the plot that actually happened in the stage (which is definitely not 100% historically accurate btw so be more cautious is plot):

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Overall: Wow that was a MASSIVE improvement from the first stage I saw of! Action everywhere! Humour everywhere! I had an aisle seat, so EVERYONE went past me, and my poor heart couldn't cope! xD The after talk was hilarious too. I have a fav character now too which is awesome! This WAS supposed to be my last BASARA BUT if it's these actors again.... I might be persuaded xD
Rating: 8/10
29 July 2016 @ 10:36 am
SENGOKU MUSOU!!! This is the second installment to the series (it's 2.5 theatre so lets assume this is now gunna be a series). I watched the first one back in May and really enjoyed it. I enjoyed it a LOT more than Basara (both have Sengoku in their titles amd I'm pretty sure both games are by the SAME company so I'm naturally gunna compare the stages between them too. I think the stages are the same company too *runs to check* Musou is Marv so it's clearly a 2.5 production... BASARA seems to be produced by CAPCOM themselves so... but anyway, I'm comparing okay!)


Pre-Show Worries

I was a little worried, as I always am with historical stages with how much I'll understand and for Musou, I was going in knowing nothing except I knew the cast, I knew it was the sengoku period, I knew it was at Shikoku BUT I actually couldn't find any historical info on this Shikoku event - probably because it wasn't called Shikoku at the time- so I went in knowing nothing. LUCKILY, I was able to understand at least 50% of what was going on... the other 50% I was either lost (mainly too many names to try to remember especially when in Sengoku their characters look COMPLETELY different to what they would've looked like in real life) or I've forgotten cos I'm a stupid ass that doesn't write complete notes after a play anymore -__- I need to fix that... so yes because I had SUCH a hard time (and disappointment) with the first BASARA (see review here) I was worried about this one BUT I had watched the first Musou stage and understood it pretty completely so it was half dread, half excitement, cos y'know, Maki-Chan xD I'm waffling now, let's move on.

So let's get down to the important parts.


The Story

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Overall: This was very entertaining! I loved the action and the choreography was great! The comedy was spot on and was rather frequent and added to my entertainment value. Ueda is a freaking giant god on stage with that presence and voice of his <3 MakiChan was so smiley and his role was cute! ^_^ But I felt the stage time was a little odd and I felt everyone didn't get enough time and I hope there's a third installment where we get more stage time from people and more character development. Also, due to my own lack of research prior to the play, I got a little lost in the story. I look forward to the DVD!
Rating: 7/10
27 July 2016 @ 11:23 am
I'm slowly getting through these reviews and it's excting that after this one I'll only have like 2 left!! xD But anyway here is my review for Makai Ouji! Btw I highly recommend you read the manga and watch the anime!

I watched the anime about 3 months before I even saw the play and I bought my ticket for the play after seeing the anime (it's gold I swear!).


I wanted to see this because of Yone-chan <3 and as it got closer to the date of the show, I had become more aware of Masshu and so became excited to see him also! When the day finally came, I was so excited because I was going to see Yone on stage again (I'd last seen him in Show By Rock - see review here) as well as seeing Mashuu in the flesh for the first time! ^_^



Although I have to say, I was a little worried before the show started because the row in front of me was completely empty!! Like wtf?!
Oh! Also, the stage is small and COMPLETELY slanted which obviously doesn't help my anxiety cos we ALL know how much anxiety I have during.... most.... stage plays xD

The Show

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Overall: There better be a part 2! OMG this was so good and so hilarious! The music was great and I loved the pillow song/scene the best! Everyone's voices were impressive and I completely fell for Takuya who played Sytri <3 I wish there had been more of a development between Dantalion and William though... but damn! Give me more!
Rating: 9/10
26 July 2016 @ 01:07 pm

I seriously thought I'd already done this one! =O but I can't find the post anywhere! Oh dear... so here we go!


My seat was at the back BUT it was so good! And I felt the atmosphere was more relaxed. There were a lot of mean in their 30s, 40s, 50s around me and they were real casual and would laugh loud whenever something was genuinely funny so I felt comfortable enough to let me real laugh out and they weren't like sat straight like most girl-dominated audiences are and it really helped the atmosphere and everything become more enjoyable - do this make sense? The same happened at Mata Aou - for some reason the older audiences are much calmer and more relaxed and free to chat a little and laugh a lot and even heckle and yell at the actor during the curtain call and stuff. It's interesting the difference. I like both the 'all us fangirls are here to support the actors and we will be the perfect audience' and the 'we just wanna be entertained' atmospheres that I've experienced this far. But anyway!

This was a play I'd been eyeing since like... March but I never bought a ticket and literally the moment stills of the stage came out, I was kicking myself and was like 'I KNEW I wanted to go! I still want to go! Fuck it, I'll go!' and so the next day I ran to Shinjuku afterwork to get a Toujitsuken xD

The story is... there's this war against the evil aliens (like there is in ALL super sentais) and 6 kids drink this potion and get put into a coma for like 40 years while the potion does it's thing and when they wake up, 5 of them are super human (one unfortunately woke up from the coma quickly and didn't gain any powers and is now old) and can now fight the bad guys. BUT only Baba's character is interested in defeating them; the other 5 are like 'lets go to an onsen instead!' or 'why do we have to fight?' or 'I'm more interesting in looking beautiful!' and stuff, so you can see where the comedy is coming from...

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Overall: This was so funny. I was thoroughly entertained and laughing so hard! The atmosphere is always more relaxed when there's more older people in the audience and I was surrounded by them and none of us were afraid of dying of laughter which is good ^_^ being able to see Baba in the flesh was a gift <3 and I really really enjoyed JP's role and definitely showed a different side to him! I cannot wait for this DVD! I highly recommend it!
Rating: 8/10
25 July 2016 @ 06:47 pm
I watched this about two weeks ago. I'm not gunna explain the plot because, doesn't everyone know the plot? If not, you can simply go and wikipedia it.


If you didn't know, I love Shakespeare; while I'm no where near an expert on him or his plays or the language used in his plays, I've enjoyed everything of his, including adaptations. (I've read Romeo/Juliet, Hamlet, Merchant ofVenice, Much Ado About Nothing and a few others and I do intend to get to ALL his others xD)

OH also! If you have time after this review, check out my beautiful friend's review about the play too here. <3

Okay now for the review!

*4th row!

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Overall: I really enjoyed this! It was dark, it had it's funny moments. I enjoyed the story. I really like how it was an all male cast and I'm super happy with how WELL the guys did the female roles! But Izaki definitely stole the show for me <3 He entertained me the most and I was laughing so hard at him!
Rating: 7/10
23 July 2016 @ 09:18 pm
So after accidently DOUBLE booking my Hyoutei show: originally I had a ticket for the 15th and realised I already had tickets for Izaki's Midsummer so then I got a ticket for the 22nd, and THEN I learnt I'd won a ticket for K stage on the 22nd and in the end I sacrificed the K Stage ticket for Hyoutei - which I kinda think I regret but... you decide once you've seen my review.

Of course I went in Hyoutei blue last night! And my spanking new SUPER HD glasses that allowed me to see SO amazingly clearly! I could see the lines and shiniess of their wigs they're that strong! <3

If you didn't already know; Hyoutei are pretty much my top POT school... although recently Shitenhouji has been fighting for that top spot and I also really enjoy Higa... BUT Atobe wins my heart so they stay in first place (for now... wait till 2018/2019/2020 when Shitenhouji come!  --- btw if you ever wanna know my POT SCHOOL RANKING then let me know although it might be easy to guess) ANYWAY onto the show!


This play was in three parts so two intermissions so I'll do that format.

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Knowing how difficult it was to get tickets for this and knowing how it clashed with so many other of my plans, I think my next Tenimyu will either be the next Dream Live, (if they do it) Undoukai, (if they do it) Hyoutei Team live, Higa or Shitenhouji, which ever is first. So my next Tenimyu could be a good 2 years off xD

Overall: I'm actually surprised at how fast the almost 3 hours went! Once I got over my K stage madness, I was fully involved and loved every moment of it <3 Atobe, Gakuto and Jiro stole it for me and Hyoutei's group song is SOOOOO good! While I do have a few comments mainly based on the fact I clearly love the previous generation casts that knock this a little bit; I was so entertained and enjoy it a lot! I look forward to the DVD xD
Rating: 7/10

This was a ride of adlibs and craziness seriously...

I watched most (or all) of the anime before watching this - and I think I decided to watch this play because of.... Shouta? So I went in NOT knowing just how well known Tomoru is and I clearly went into it not knowing a thing about MakiChan (thus this began my love and discovery of him). I really enjoyed this! This'll be a little over the place as A. it's been months since I watched it B. my notes are pretty much NEVER in order C. I wanna get this done asap.


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This was so hilarious and professionally unprofessional and I'm SO glad I broke last week and preordered the DVD (which comes out on Thursday!) cos I seriously wanna see this again! I hope they do a second stage in the future! It was so much fun and swear to go 50% of it was adlibbed xD
Rating: 9/10