Blog update: “Omelet rice”

Maimi has a special treat whipped up for her by chef Chinami in her September 12th update “Omelet rice“. Full translation below.

Good afternoon
It’s Maimi

It’s hot today, isn’t it~(^◇^;)
I feel like I’ll get sunburned if I don’t take precautions

Our 2 days at Budoukan have finished,

and thank you to everyone for the maaaany comments congratulating us and giving us your impressions

I received a lot via e-mail and LINE from people who went,

and when I read everyone’s words, I start to tear up again。・゜・(ノД`)・゜・。

Even though she’s busy, Fukunaga Marika-chan, who I starred with in the play “Sakura no Hanataba”, came and watched,

and she sent me a really nice e-mail

I was able to meet her for the first time in awhile after the performance,
and I was really happy~

As I bask in the afterglow of the performances,
I’m overflowing with fighting spirit thinking

“I’ll work hard again starting today

 

Alright

Today I’ll go back and tell a story from backstage at the Hello! Project concert finale in Sendai…

(1)

Berryz Koubou’s Tokunaga Chinami-chan made omelet rice with the hot plate that was set up in catering~

Morning Musume。 ’14’s was watching attentively

(2)

And then, Morning Musume。’14’s Ikuta Erina-chan was her assistant(^^)

It was nice team work(((o(*゜▽゜*)o)))

(3)

My photo gallery filled up before I knew it,

and she finished cooking
(I forgot to take the essential picture of the completed omelet though…_| ̄|○)

She totally looked like everyone’s mother,

and she made a lot while saying

“Alright! Next person~( ´ ▽ ` )ノ』”
and “Alright! Making one more( ´ ▽ ` )ノ”~(o^^o)

It was bustling and fun~(=´∀`)人(´∀`=)

She used too much force when she was putting the egg on the rice, so the egg splattered on the wall…(^◇^;)

Chinami’s characteristic sloppiness was charming…lol

I’ve become hungry while talking about omelet rice~ε-(´∀`; )

I think I’ll have a late lunch(^o^)/*

Ah! It will be pasta though~(^◇^;)

Well then, please have a wonderful afternoon too

 

Until tomorrow~

Posted on September 14, 2014, in Blog, Translations and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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