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Taka’s father, Shinichi Mori, was nominated by Taka to do the ALS Ice-bucket Challenge :)

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQJmr4DvL8Q

kawaiiii Bek can you translate what he said?

LOL. Nice shirt, おとうさん


Nominated by ONE OK ROCK Taka, I’ll challenge Ice-bucket.

I’ll try.

I’ll nominate next three persons, a journalist, Torigoe Shuntaro-san, Alteka Inc. Nomura Koichi-san, and a member of the House of Councilors, Yanagimoto Takuji-san.

I support the ALS Ice-bucket Challenge.

omg. awww… Glad to see pop is being so so supporting.

Now, I’m still dreaming the father-and-son appearances in Kohaku. NHK!! Do something!

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It’s said that 90% of people will see the same word first. Don’t cheat! Type the first 3 words you see in the comments and then look and see what everyone else saw!

love, intelligence, health


It’s said that 90% of people will see the same word first. Don’t cheat! Type the first 3 words you see in the comments and then look and see what everyone else saw!

love, intelligence, health

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Rurouni Kenshin Box Office Report
Kyoto Taika Hen (Kyoto Inferno) premieres at number 1 in Japan and the Philippines

Want to know if we have a chance of getting a Jinchuu live action movie? Here’s how Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto Taika Hen (Kyoto Inferno) fared in its domestic and international premieres:

Kyoto Taika Hen opened in Japanese theaters on August 1, 2014 and earned a total of 592,235,030 Yen (5,761,854 USD) on its opening weekend. The movie got a total of 822,734,430 Yen (8,004,383 USD) on its first week.

As of this writing, Rurouni Kenshin Kyoto Taika Hen has earned 31,210,644 USD in Japan. According to ANN, it holds the record for having the Best Opening Among 2014 Japanese Live-Action Films.

The movie also opened at number one in the Philippines. The film, which began screening on Philippine theaters on August 20, 2014, earned Php7.3M (approximately 166,362.91 USD) on its first day. According to Warner Bros. Philippines, this is almost triple the results of the first Rurouni Kenshin movie.

Kyoto Taika Hen now holds the record for having the Biggest Opening Day for a Japanese film and Biggest Opening Day for a Foreign Language Film in the Philippines. The previous record was set by the first Rurouni Kenshin film in 2012.

Sources: 1 | 23 | 4 | 5 | 6

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@ August 18, 2014 morning news show ZIP!, Fukuyama’s comment

"The toughest thing physically was definitely the sword battles. Experiencing that for the first time in my life in my mid-forties I was surprised at just how exhausting it was. Now I know Kenshin (Sato Takeru) is working really hard."

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@ August 19, 2014 News regarding Fukuyama in Rurouni Kenshin and Takeru’s comments about that

"Sato Takeru explains his comment about Fukuyama Masaharu being a man of his word

Actor Sato Takeru further explains the meaning of the comments he made regarding Fukuyama Masaharu.

Sato Takeru held a talk show on August 19th at Yokohama Landmark Hall to celebrate the release of his photo collection “ALTERNATIVE” and DVD “Taketeru DVD vol.1”.


When it was announced that Fukuyama Masaharu, who is part of the same agency as Sato Takeru, was also acting in the Rurouni Kenshin series Sato’s comment that he was impressed Fukuyama was “a man of his words” caused a bit of a stir. Several days after the announcement Fukuyama joked on his own radio show that “I guess this means Takeru thinks I’m not a man of my words!” When Sato found out about this he explained that when he had been on Fukuyama’s radio show when the first movie was released he half-jokingly invited Fukuyama to act in the series if there was a sequel. “I never thought it’d really happen. In the entertainment world it’s common for people to say and agree to things just to be polite. But he really came through.” He then continued laughing, “There are still three or four things he hasn’t done though! Like I asked him to go out for drinks with me sometime and he said yes. But I guess he was just being polite with regards to that because it hasn’t happened even once!”.

In regards to the intense action scenes he has with Fukuyama in the movie, Sato reflected on them animatedly commenting, “It was really tough. Fukuyama had to take on everything, I was going at him with 120% of my power and he just had to take it all.”

500 fans who were chosen by lottery were present at the talk show.”

Link to original article: http://news.livedoor.com/article/detail/9162137/

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