Here is a very tired but enthusiastic bunch of fans reporting on the latest “World of Dreams” North American tour.
It was so much fun! Thank you to Sakiko, Aube, J. College, and all of the people who made this show possible. Including, of course, the lovely ladies who came back to perform yet again in North America: Mariho Erina, Shihou Nanami, Ayaka Rei, and Tama Mayura. (Tama-san’s parents even came all the way from Japan to see her perform, which is so cool!)
If you went to Montreal or Vancouver for the show, please let us know about your experiences in the comments!
Beware the Swedishisms!
CORRECTION: Lella says ‘Sanada’ when she meant ‘Sano’ (Sagara Sanosuke). Sorry to Houshou Dai for not remembering the name of the character – she was perfect! Also, Sano’s weapon is called a zanbatō.
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In This Podcast:
- Introductions of Elin and Anna
- Rurouni Kenshin
- Ayanagi Shou (she needs her own bullet point)
- Zuka stuff we are looking forward to this summer
- Chicago NYC brunch party: bit.ly/ogchicagoparty
Links (things discussed in this podcast):
- Daimon: Nozomi Fuuto’s nickname
- Edo/Tokugawa period: 1603 – 1868
(Japan was closed during this time period)
- Meiji period: 1868 – 1912
(‘Meiji Restauration’ –> becoming modern)
- Taishō period: 1912 – 1926
- Chigi: Sagiri Seina’s nickname
- subarashii: wonderful/splendid/magnificent
- ” 伝説の美剣士” ‘densetsu no bikenshi’ – Nozomi Fuuto mentioned in an interview that she used this as a mantra during the production of this show. (‘Legendary, beautiful swordsman’.)
- nihonmono: plays in a traditional Japanese setting
- Miyu: Sakihi Miyu
- Beni: Kurenai Yuzuru’s nickname
- Hejdå: ‘Goodbye’ in Swedish