48th Radio Show (OA December 3rd 2008)
Nakajima Yuto x Chinen Yuri
Japan's Youngest Problem Solver
Chinen: Good evening, this is HS7’s Chinen Yuri
Nakajima: Good evening, this is Nakajima Yuto [Like Nakajima Crystal]
Chinen: That was slightly leaned forward…. You know, your upper body was
Nakajima: Leaned about 45 degrees
Chinen: Your torso was somewhat straight ahead
Nakajima: Yeah somewhat
Chinen: Yuto kun said it like that
Nakajima: Yup. Oh! Mini-information. December 3rd is Magic day, this is like tricks and magic, right? I see. I didn’t really notice this but it’s from “one, two, three” thing when you do a trick
Chinen: Isn’t this a TV show?
Nakajima: Oh, oh yeah!
Chinen: It’s on lately. One.Two.Three
Nakajima: It’s true. It’s 1, 2…. 1, 2, 3!
Chinen: Yeah, it’s 1, 2, 3
Nakajima: I just noticed that 12/3. That’s amazing
Nakajima: So, anything is possible
Chinen: That means 1/23 is okay too
Nakajima: Oh yeah. Then, it really doesn’t matter which
Chinen: If it’s December 3rd it’d be One, two… three!
Chinen: Isn’t it more of one… two, three! I guess they’re both the same
Nakajima: Yeah, both the same
Chinen: Sorry about that. Yuto kun could…
Chinen: Since it’s Magic Day
Chinen: Do you happen to like to perhaps, surprising people? Happen to like?
Nakajima: Do I? I do but I don’t do much of it. I like doing it with everyone but I don’t think I’d do it alone
Chinen: I see, so it won’t be a surprise
Nakajima: Yeah, I want to surprise but I won’t
Chinen: So, there’s no Cero. Kind of?
Nakajima: S surprise
Chinen: Surprise. Let’s get this started now. Surprise
Nakajima: Surprise HS7
Chinen: Today is that surprise where we bring you in a serious mode
Nakajima: No no, it’s a corner
Chinen: It’s, it’s that corner
Nakajima: Please listen to us until the end thinking together!
Japan’s Youngest Problem Solver
Nakajima: When you think about problem solving, it is something a person who had rich experiences in life would do … but as a young people, we’d like to answer them as we can.
Chinen: Our first iyami [catty remark] for today is
Nakajima: Not iyami. Not iyami, nayami [worries]
Chinen: Nayami, my bad
Nakajima: I’m going to quit if we received some iyami letters
Chinen: Okay okay, then…
Nakajima: Please read
Chinen: A person from Aji… Aichi-ken
Nakajima: Oh Aichi
Chinen: Radioname Chi-loverie… ra… loverian? San?
Chinen: Thank you, Chi-Loverian
Nakajima: Sounds like alien
Chinen: I’m going to accept this letter and stop here for today
Nakajima: Eh!? Read the rest!
Chinen: Okay. Japan’s prob…. Youngest problem solver. “Good evening, HS7”
Nakajima: Good evening
Chinen: “I enjoy listening to [your show] every week”
Nakajima: Thank you very much
Chinen: “This is sudden but I have a problem”
Nakajima: Oh, what could that be?
Chinen: “and that is, I lose to my brother who is 3 years younger than me, in a fight. He is in grade 6. What could I do to win against him?”
Nakajima: Wha? Wait a minute. Eh? Did you read it all?
Chinen: Not yet
Nakajima: Not yet?
Chinen: “Looking forward to your advice. PS I love Chinen kun and Yuto kun. Please keep doing your best with drama and the radio. Let’s meet at the concert” she’s coming, that’s grateful
Nakajima: Very grateful! Yeah, we’re going to Nagoya this time as well
Chinen: To various places, Aichi-ken
Nakajima: Yes, we’re saying stuff like “please look forward to it” but… wait. Let’s go back. What was that? Eh? How to win? She wants to know how to win? Not how to resolve?
Chinen: How to win
Nakajima: Not a way to stop fighting?
Chinen: Just a way to win. She wants to win
Nakajima: Hate to lose!
Chinen: She’s just particular about wining
Nakajima: Isn’t she the older sister? You have to just let him do whatever, like “yeah, just keep doing it on your own. Whatever”
Chinen: No, I think she have to face straight forward and attack to win
Chinen: You can’t lose against your little brother
Nakajima: I guess
Chinen: You have to go for it
Chinen: About the way…
Nakajima: How to win, how to win. What about something like not exactly but a threat? Maybe an “ah!”
Chinen: “What, whaaaat?”
Nakajima: “If you do that…” or something
Chinen: “Who took care of you when you were little?”
Nakajima: He’d never listen to that
Chinen: “It was me, right?”
Nakajima: 6th grader, right? They’d never listen to that
Chinen: “Whaaat? What the heck is that attitude of yours? Oh, you understand now?”
Nakajima: I don’t think he’ll listen
Chinen: “Do you understand me clearly now?”
Nakajima: He comprehended that?
Chinen: How was that?
Nakajima: Well, making up a story on your own is a bit…
Chinen: I guess that’s a no
Nakajima: No but, I think that was good but he’s a 6th grader. Their brain can work pretty well so maybe “if you do that again, I’ll throw you out in the mountain!”
Chinen: If she could do that, I think she’d probably win
Nakaijma: She would be. So… instead of way of wining, let’s just not fight
Chinen: That’s the only way
Nakajima: Never! Yeah, the only way because if you don’t fight, there’s no need of finding out a way to win
Chinen: Don’t fight
Nakajima: You don’t have to lose too. If one of you fights umm it’d end up pretty sad
Nakajima: Just don’t fight
Chinen: This will all be depended on the reason of the fight
Nakajima: Oh yeah
Chinen: If this person loses at a verbal fight then hmmm… that’s not good
Nakajima: Not good at all
Chinen: As an older sister too
Nakajima: He’d be making fun of you
Chinen: Hmm… I guess it’s really not good if you can’t win at a verbal fight
Nakajima: Chinen san, please think of a new special finishing technique
Chinen: Special finishing technique?
Nakajima: Yeah, in words
Chinen: Rider kick!
Chinen: Just keep saying names of techniques
Nakajima: By saying rider… rider kick?
Chinen: Cobra Twist!
Nakajima: I don’t know that one
Chinen: Rider kick! A Punch!
Nakajima: A Punch!
Chinen: Something like that
Nakajima: and not actually doing this
Chinen: Yeah, I think you should attack with words by saying Kick! Punch! Kind of things
Nakajima: You’re right. Then, instead he’ll be like “what the heck is she saying?”
Chinen: He’ll be scared
Chinen: In many reasons
Nakajima: In many reasons, of course
Chinen: I’m sorry I couldn’t give out a proper answer. I’m really sorry
Nakajima: Sorry. But, since we did recommend these, why not try saying it? Please send us a letter or an email if you want us to listen to your problems. That was Japan’s Youngest Problem Solver!
Chinen: Please listen to a song for now. It’s HSJ’s
Naka-Chii: Bouken Rider
Chinen: It’s already time for us to go
Nakajima: We are waiting for your mails
Chinen: The address is…
Nakajima: If you write the detailed situation of the problem you’re in, I think we’d be able to talk more. Thank you. This was HS7’s Nakajima Yuto and
Chinen: Chinen Yuri
Naka-Chii: See. You. Tomorrow!