Nayoko-Kihara wrote:If anyone comes across new uploads, links would be appreciated.
Amped wrote:The Girls Live 12-15-16
Morning Musume. '16 Budokan concert highlights + 13th gen introduction.
backstage at Budokan, Morning Musume. '16 members each comment on 13th gen.
a look back at 12th gen's progress after 2 years.
Morning Musume. '16 Sou ja nai studio live performance.
Tsubaki Factory member introduction corner "What is Tsubaki Factory?" : Yamagishi Riko is a pen collector.
Nayoko-Kihara wrote:In their defense, that's pretty much the only noteworthy thing Riko has mentioned about herself. The rest of her noted hobbies and whatnot equte to things almost every other person does on a daily basis (read, watch movies, listen to music).
She isn't super interesting.
Nayoko-Kihara wrote:Ah, no. My mistake.
I have done my best to ignore that whole thing, so most references unless very direct go right over my head.
Amped wrote:Maachan won't lose to Sayashi
English written with a quill pen
http://ameblo.jp/morningmusume-10ki/ent ... 24599.html
Shoujo Q wrote:Im an artist by trade and hobby, my weapon of choice is marker and pen. I love collecting Japanese erasers, pens and anything quirky that I can use in my daily life.
Amped wrote:Riho has a pen collection
Sohee wrote:Riho and Airi get super excited about stationery stuff. xD Which is why I'm surprised they sent Riho and not Airi. But I'm not complaining.
Waiting for the full show to watch it but so excited jfklsdjkfldsj
Celedam wrote:By the way, here are Riho's pen-style scissors…
And while we're at it, matching staplers…
I think it may be time for an order.
wotakubrandon wrote:Those fountain pens are sexy as hellCeledam wrote:(No, really, you wouldn't believe how much money I've dropped at JetPens.com.)
dude lax, he was trying to make a joke that Riko should've done PPAP.
Celedam wrote:Not really. When I think of PPAP, it seems like a joke on how English is taught in Japan. Japanese stationery is a whole 'nother thing.
Celedam wrote:You're saying the connection is crystal clear. I'm saying it's not.
Celedam wrote:You're making that connection in your own mind because either a) you're thinking about it only in English and therefore putting way too much emphasis on "pen" or b) you don't realize how much of a phenomenon Japanese stationery is in its own right. You cited me earlier, and I'm telling you as a person you cited, they're two different things. The entire joke of PPAP is that "pen" and "pine" sound similar. That's it. No one other than you (so far) makes the leap from that to the hobby of pen collecting.
EDIT: Oops, Amped cited me. Sorry. That doesn't change my point, though.