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Event-XXI concurso de oratoria en Japonés en Madrid

Again, I didn’s see any of the speech. Last year, I was at the reception and this year I was rehearsing, changing into kimono and hakama, getting make-up (eek) and practicing etc…

The shakuhachi player Antonio and the singer profesor Sakami were very good and were looking so smart in hakama. They went for dinner without changing and neither getting rid of their make-up…..

My stage fright wasn’t as bad as I expected. I guess it was because I actually turned around and showing my backside to the audience or perhaps the make-up was itching my face and distracted me from the public. Anyway it went smoothly and was fun. Thank you for the beautiful music.

Otra vez que no vi a ningún participante. El año pasado estuve en la recepción y este año ensayando, poniéndome el kimono y hakama, practicando y maquillándonos (uff) etc…

El shakuhachista, Antonio, y el cantante profesor Sakami fueron buenísimos y estaban muy guapos con el hakama. Para ir a cenar no se cambiaron ni desmaquillaron…

Mi miedo escénico fue mejor de lo que me esperaba. Supongo que fue porque estaba escribiendo dando mi culito al público, o a lo mejor me picaba el maquillaje y me distrajo de los demás. En fin, estuvimos muy naturales y sobre todo fue muy divertida la demostración. Muchas gracias por la maravillosa música.

Japanese Speech Contest

Concurso de oratoria en Japonés


Each blossom of the plum tree delivers you the warmth of spring

by Ransetsu Hattori

Cada vez florece el ciruelo  llega el calentito de la primavera

por Ransetsu Hattori



“Koujou no Tsuki”

Moonlit castle ruins”

by Bansui Doi

“Ruinas del Castillo de la Luna”

Por Bansui Doi

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4 comments

  1. Me dio mucha pena no poder ir, son malas fechas… A ver si el año que viene por fin voy!! (Y quizá a participar)

  2. Hi,

    I’m so surprised to found this. I was at that contest, as weel, as a competitor. I loved your art, it was so beautiful (as well as the singing).
    No one noticed your stage fright (if you ever had one at the beginning), so ki ni shinaide kudasai.
    Thanks for showing us your beautiful art.

    Cheers.

    • Arigatou. I’m glad you enjoyed the performance. I was nervous but it was fun to write on a big paper!

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