Blog update: “Hiroshima☆*:. 。. o(≧▽≦)o . 。.:*☆”

Maimi travels to Hiroshima with ℃-ute for their first solo concert there in her May 12th update “Hiroshima☆*:. 。. o(≧▽≦)o . 。.:*☆“. Full translation below.

Good morning
It’s Maimi

Yesterday was our first solo concert in Hiroshima☆*:.。. o(≧▽≦)o .。.:*☆

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The weather was clear, and it was the best weather for a concert(((o(*゜▽゜*)o)))

Hamaura Ayano-chan, one of the Hello! Project trainees we’re bringing along on tour, couldn’t participate this time due to a school event,

so the remaining Hello! Project trainees did their best to cover for Hama-chan’s absence

 

The seating in the venue is on a slope,
so I could see each and every person’s face clearly,

and the sight of everyone singing,
everyone dancing,
everyone changing the color of their glowsticks during the member introductions…

I could see it all really clearly

Concerts are the place where I’m able to have fun from the bottom of my heart,

and I’m as happy as can be the moment that it feels like everyone in the venue becomes one

Everyone in Hiroshima was really, really fired up,

and after the performance we could hear the “℃-ute is awesome” and “Otsu-curry rice” chants clearly,

so everyone was really, really delighted saying”We’re happy~

Thank you so much

In addition, maybe because it was our first Hiroshima concert,

but in the comments on yesterday’s update, there were countless people who wrote

“I participated for the first time” and gave their impressions

I’m really happy there were a lot of people participating for the first time too

I want team ℃-ute to continue growing like this~

 

I’ll do my best so that we can have another concert in Hiroshimap(^_^)q

I hope we can have concerts in a lot of places we haven’t yet like this this year…

 

Everyone who lives there,
everyone who came from afar to participate,
everyone who couldn’t participate but still supported us

Thank you so very much

 

Since we finally came to Hiroshima,

last night all of the staff,
the Hello! Project trainees,
and all of the members went out to dinner together

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Unfortunately,
Suzuki Airi-chan couldn’t participate since she had school the next day,

but everyone was cheerful
It was a fun meal

All of the trainees have unique characters, so it was really entertaining~(≧∇≦)

There were a variety of surprises!Σ(゜д゜lll)lol

I hope I can talk to them again someday…(^_^)

In addition, Hiroshima is known for oysters, so I tried eat raw oysters

I tried a little bit of Okai Chisato-chan’s

I remember eating it as a child and disliking it,

but it was really, really delicious

In addition, the motsu-nabe, the hamaguri, the sazae…

Each and everything was delicious and I was filled with happiness

Everyone ordered a variety of things for dessert and shared them,

and the fried momijimanjuu with ice cream was really delicious~~~

 

Though we returned from Hiroshima today,

we also went to karaoke while we were there

The 4 members and our managers

Chisato came up with a game and a punishment for the loser…(^-^)

It was really, really exciting and fun~☆*:.。. o(≧▽≦)o .。.:*☆

There’s a lot I want to say about what kind of game it was and who got punished,

but I don’t have room to write about it

I’ll talk about it the next chance I get(^O^)

I was able to fully enjoy Hiroshima( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

Next time we’ll go to eat and go to karaoke with Airi too

 

Now then,
I’ll be in high spirits again today and have fun doing my besto(^▽^)o

Until tomorrow’s update~

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