2005年11月13日

Ranma 1/2 Akane's Kick!

Ranma 1/2 01.07 You'll understand soon ENOUGH
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Seito shokun! (Attention Students!) 03 p31
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Oh! nice view.
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Original title ; Seito Shokun!
Cartoon and Story ; SHOUJI Youko
Publisher; Koudansha
Magazined; Shoujo Friend, 1978

LINK S-Cafe 1998

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Seito Shokun! amazon.co.jp

LINK:
my Japanes page
Kagome's Baka Song
Ranma 1/2

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2005年11月11日

Urusei Yatsura tv.01 "If I don't do it, who will?"

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movie: uruseiyatsura.tv.01 wmv 277kb
"Chikyu no tamedesu. Boku ga yaraneba daregayaru."
It's for the sake of Earth. If I don't do it, who will?
"Boku ga yaraneba darega yaru" this phrase is the parody of "Kyashan".

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movie: Kyashan wmv 711kb
"Tatta hitotsuno inochi wo sutete.
Umare kawatta fujimino karada.
Tetsuno akuma wo tataite kudaku.
Kyashan ga yaraneba daregayaru."

Kyashan sacrificed himself,
and became an invulnerable android
in order to knock down iron monsters.
If he doesn't it, who will do it?

Incidentally, Yoshiyouki Tomino was one of the production staffs of Kyashan. Afterwards he produced "Gundam".
I think the prototype of Gundam is Kyashan.
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Gundam
amazon

In addition, the model of Kyashan and Gundam is Japanese armors "Yoroi Kabuto". As example Masamune Date's bronze statue is very famous.
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Sendai City

Wikipedia Kabuto
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2005年11月03日

Ranma 1/2 Wind God and Thunder God Screens

Ranma 1/2 01.06 Body and Soul
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In Western countries most books are read from the left side to the right side , but in Japan from the right side to the left side. and, Japanese "Manga pictures" are reversed in Western countries.

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Wind God and Thunder God Screens(Fuujin Raijin zu Byoubu)
by Tawaraya Sotatsu.
Edo Period (17th Century)
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Kyoto National Museum
This picture is very famous in Japan, and many artists reproduced it.

Wind God and Thunder God
by Ogata Kôrin
Edo Period (1658-1716)
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Tokyo National Museum

by Sakai houitsu
Edo Period (1761-1828)
Idemitsu Museum

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