Blog update: “Sweets are delicious”

Maimi turns green with envy over the peculiarities of Chiba in her February 21st update “Sweets are delicious“. Full translation below.

Good morning
It’s Maimi


Today is the 8th anniversary of ℃-ute’s major debut

We debuted with “Sakura Chirari” 8 years ago today

Now we’re on our 27th single and we have countless songs,

but I remember we didn’t have enough of our own songs during our first solo concert, so we also sang our seniors’ songs~

We’re able to have so many songs like this thanks to everyone

Everyone who always supports us, thank you again

I hope you’ll continue to give lots of love to ℃-ute and our songs


And then, yesterday we had a NaruChika concert in Chiba’s Kashiwa( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

Chiba is Suzuki Airi-chan’s hometown(≧∇≦)

The day before yesterday we had a performance in Saitama, the hometown of the other 4 members,

so we were able to realize performances in each of the ℃-ute members’ hometowns(o^^o)

We researched Chiba’s peculiarities like we did with Saitama,

and it said that the seating order in schools in Chiba is based on birthday~(・o・)ノ

That’s interesting
Why is that~?(≧∇≦)

Typically it’s based on name

Since my name is “Yajima Maimi”,
my seat was always in the back(^_^)a

If it was based on birthdays, I would probably sit in the front(o^^o)

But I liked sitting in the back(//∇//)

The back corner of the classroom was always Yaji’s position

Also, it seems that schools in Chiba have a 20 minute break between 2nd and 3rd hour~( ゜д゜)

What the heck’s that~~Σ( ̄。 ̄ノ)ノ
I’m envious~~ヽ(;▽;)ノ

At my school, we barely got 20 minutes for lunch_| ̄|○

I couldn’t help but look forward to lunch break( ゜д゜)

But Airi said that she got a 40 minute break for lunch seperate from the other break(;゜0゜)

Fo, fo, forty minutesΣ( ̄。 ̄ノ)ノ??!

They gave you that much?

If they have 6 hours of classes like us, maybe school ends later for the people in Chiba…(・ω・) …Ah! Or maybe their cleaning time was that much shorter??(・・)

Whatever the case, there were a lot of things I was envious of~(^◇^;)lol

Those customs are interesting~~♪( ´θ`)ノ

Also, is this something people from Chiba can relate to?

It was written that people from Chiba think that Orandaya is a nationwide chain(o^^o)

Those of us from Saitama didn’t know about Orandaya,

so when we asked Airi “Do you know of Orandaya~?(^.^)”,

she said “I know it(≧∇≦)…… Eh?( ゜д゜) Wait, you all don’t know about it?(゜0゜) Eh? Is it just in Chiba? Their ice cream is really delicious~∑(゜Д゜)”lol

It was true(//∇//)

How fun~( ^ω^ )

Thank you to those from Chiba and those from outside Chiba who participated(((o(*゜▽゜*)o)))

And then, everyone who cheered for us even though you couldn’t participate, thank you

There’s also a lottery and handshake event at the NaruChika concerts,
so it’s fun being able to interact with everyone in the venue

The stage was raised,
so I was able to clearly see everyone’s smiles, even those in the very back( ^ω^ )

During the concert, there was a happening where one of Nakajima Saki-chan’s pumps flew off to the side of the stageΣ(・□・;)

I’m glad it didn’t fly into the audience(;゜0゜)

Because if it had, it would’ve hit someone like “Bonk!(@_@)⌒“(>人<;)

The venue burst into laughter,
and once again it made me think “You never know what will happen during a live performance~f^_^;)”!( ^ω^ )

Those who participated yesterday got to see a rare sight f^_^;)

I’m really glad no one was hurt

The next NaruChika concert is in Mito♪( ´θ`)ノ

I’ll enjoy it(o^^o)


Today we have polaroid & individual handshake & signing events(≧∇≦)

I’m looking forward to taking pictures and talking with everyone(((o(*゜▽゜*)o)))

I’ll enjoy today
Until tomorrow’s update(((o(*゜▽゜*)o)))

tickets go on sale for the performances of “9→10 (Kyuuto) Shuunenkinen ℃-ute Concert Tour 2015 Haru ~The Future Departure~” being held at Nagoya Shikoukaidou Dai-hall (Aichi)

April 11th (Sat)
Open: 2:00PM
Start: 3:00PM


Those who have time, please be sure to come and hang out

Posted on February 21, 2015, in Blog, Translations and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The original Japanese title reads “Okashi wa oishii”.

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