68th Radio Show (OA December 31st 2008)
Okamoto Keito x Morimoto Ryutaro
Japan's Youngest Problem Solver
Morimoto: Good evening, this is HS7’s Morimoto Ryutaro
Okamoto: Good evening, this is Okamoto Keito
Morimoto: Today is the last of the year
Okamoto: It’s already December 31st
Okamoto: Too fast!
Morimoto: Just tomorrow and it’s year 2009
Okamoto: Year 2009, year of the ox
Morimoto: Year of the Ox
Okamoto: It’s going to 2009 in about 2 hours!
Morimoto: That’s sad
Okamoto: It’s amazing, so did you do anything today?
Morimoto: Do what?
Okamoto: You know… that
Okamoto: Like eating Toshikoshi Soba
※ 年越しそば/Year end soba: Noodles eaten before New Years that symbolizes longevity
Morimoto: I ate mochi
Okamoto: You ate mochi? What kind of mochi?
Morimoto: Regular mochi. Did you do anything Keito?
Okamoto: I ate year end Soba
Morimoto: Was it good?
Okamoto: It was
Morimoto: Well! It’s just us two but let’s get this started
Oka-Mori: HS7 UltraPower
Morimoto: It’s that corner which we bring to you in a serious manner
Okamoto: We’ll solve your problem in a positive way! Please enjoy ‘til the end
Japan’s Youngest Problem Solver
Okamoto: Well, problem solving is done by people who have/had full rich experiences in life but we’ll answer them as much as heisei as possible like young people we are.
Morimoto: Well, today’s problem is
Okamoto: Yeah yeah
Morimoto: We received one from penname… Saitama-ken penname Hanyafunyaro san
Okamoto: Hanyafuraro san
Morimoto: Hanya… Hanyafunyaro
Morimoto: san, thank you. “Good evening HS7! Please take care of your body as your concert will be coming and do your best. I’ll be going. I’m in 3rd year middle school but it’s been a dream of my since 1st grade to become manga illustrator. If I could draw HSJ as manga someday…”
Okamoto: That’d be cool
Morimoto: “Is a dream of mine. But! I can’t create a story even if I can draw them. It’s either too simple or too boring and since that have been continuing, I haven’t written a manga. I’m worried if this goes on, my dream will be gone. What should I do to be more imaginative?”
Okamoto: Hanyafunyaro san
Morimoto: It says at the bottom
Morimot: “Congratulation on your HSJ winter-con. I’ll keep supporting you guys. I’m able to get energy and smile on my face from you. Thank you”
Okamoto: Ooh. In short, this person can’t think of a story line
Morimoto: Imaginative power is very hard
Okamoto: Ah… but she can think of simple stories in her head, right?
Morimoto: I guess
Okamoto: Then used that, doesn’t matter if it’s simple or not
Morimoto: Wait! Don’t pass that on to me
Okamoto: I wasn’t. I going to say something good
Morimoto: Ah I see, I’m sorry
Okamoto: Well, even if it’s simple
Okamoto: If you just start writing, any simple things will become interesting soon or later
Morimoto: Eh what? Write what?
Okamoto: The picture
Morimoto: The manga
Okamoto: Yeah you just stopped ‘cause the story is too simple for you
Morimoto: It’s not that easy
Okamoto: Just draw it out even if it’s simple. Even if you think it’s too simple, others will find it interesting someday
Morimoto: You said such a nice thing!!
Morimoto: That was amazing
Okamoto: What about you, Ryutaro?
Morimoto: Well, it’s Hanyafunyaro san’s dream to be that since 1st grade
Okamoto: Yes, and this person is already 3rd year middle school
Morimoto: Even though that person is in 3rd year middle school, having a dream from that moment is
Morimoto: I just don’t want her to quit
Okamoto: Ooh, Hanyafunyaro san
Morimoto: Believe that your dream will come true someday
Morimoto: I wish you could keep drawing pictures
Okamoto: Hmm… today’s was kind of serious
Morimoto: This is a serious corner
Okamoto: Is that so?
Okamoto: Well, we wish you the best. I really want that person to draw [HSJ] someday
Okamoto: By Hanyafunyaro san
Okamoto: Please send us a mail or a letter if you us to listen to their problems. That was, Japan’s Youngest Problem Solver
Morimoto: Please listen to a song for now, it’s HSJ
Oka-Mori: Ultra Music Power
Okamoto: It’s already time for us to go
Morimoto: We are waiting for your mails
Okamoto: The address is…
Morimoto: If you could write your problems in details…
Okamoto: We’d like to announce a keyword that may give those who listened to this show a chance to win a prize. What should the keyword be?
Morimoto: Of course it’s-nee
Okamoto: Of course it’s-nee, of course it’s-nee
Morimoto: Everyone have different dreams, Hanyafuraro… Hanyafunyaryo san too. That person had a dream since 1st grade so I think it should be “Yume/Dream”
Okamoto: Nah, “Yume” is too short
Morimoto: Then what does Okamoto san want it to be?
Okamoto: It has to be that! From how the talk went, it should be “Hanyafunyaro”
Morimoto: They won’t know
Okamoto: Should be “Hanyafunyaro”
Morimoto: People who didn’t listen won’t know if it’s “Hanyafunyaro”
Okamoto: Fine, since Ryutaro wants Yume
Okamoto: And I want Hanyafunyaro, let’s combined that together
Morimoto: Yume and Hanyafunyaro ?
Okamoto: Let’s just do Yumefunyaro
Okamoto: The keyword is…
Morimoto: Ah, wait )#%($
Morimoto: Say that again
Morimoto: Eh? Yumefunyaro ?
Okamoto: Yup, OK?
Morimoto: Fine, OK
Morimoto: The keyword is “Yumefunyaro” Say it! Let’s say it, k?
Okamoto: Oh, together?
Morimoto: Yes, the keyword
Okamoto: For those of you who really want the prize please write the keyword “Yumefunyaro” with your address and name to the e-mail address
Morimoto: The e-mail address is email@example.com
Okamoto: Well, 2008’s HSJ UltraPower is over but we’d like to continue on to 2009 so please keep listening to HS7 UltraPower
Okamoto: This was HS7’s Okamoto Keito and
Morimoto: Morimoto Ryutaro, see you tomorrow!
Okamoto: Have a good New Year
Morimoto: Have a good New Year