Blog update: “Bicycle day”

Here’s the translation for Maimi’s 4/20 blog update, titled “Bicycle day“:

This update was made during the morning.
I apologize for posting it late.
STAFF

Good morning
It’s Maimi

Right now,

my pet dog Cologne is sleeping inside of my bag…(〃ω〃)

She’s cute…(..)

Yesterday,
at the Tower Records in Shibuya,

Airi, Mai, and myself had a release commemoration handhsake event for the new single
“Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku”

Yesterday was the ~Bicycle Day~,

and Nacky, Airi, and Chisato will have an event today titled ~Train Day~

At yesterday’s event,
we sang “Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku”,

and the bicycle-related
“Last Forever” by Buono!
(The word “bicycle” appears in the lyrics)

Maybe because people have started a new life in April,

recently I’ve noticed that there are a lot of people saying “This is my first time to come to an event

There were also people who said “I became interested in ℃-ute from Idol Yokochou Matsuri!!” too, so I was really happy

In addition, there were a lot of people who had come from other countries(ToT)

“I came from France
“I came from Germany“…
“I came from Taiwan“…

I wonder what feeling they had that made them come and meet ℃-ute…
They crossed the ocean and came a long way(;_;)

We must always show everyone something more than they expect

From this and that, we received a lot of spirit and power from everyone(^-^)v

I think there were people who also couldn’t participate unfortunately,

but let’s absolutely meet someday

And then, it’s sudden,
but tomorrow at Ikebukuro Sunshine City’s water fountain plaza,

we will have a “Kimi wa Jitensha Watashi wa Densha de Kitaku” release commemoration mini-concert & handshake event

Various people walk by Sunshine City’s water fountain plaza,

so it’s a chance to create interest
in those who don’t know about ℃-ute

℃-ute will do our best

Those who have the time, please be sure to come and meet ℃-ute

Well then, let’s have a wonderful day today too
Until tomorrow~(^з^)-☆

Posted on April 20, 2012, in Blog, Translations and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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