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Clark Kent je Superman, Bruce Wayne je Batman, a ja.. ja sam stvorio Ishimaru Taiki-ja. Zaštitnik japanske glazbe u Hrvatskoj, originalno duhoviti i nadasve smušeni junak koji će vas zapanjiti svojim poznavanjam načina kako okrenuti situaciju na smijeh i kako pasti u polupraznom autobusu dok sjedite na sjedalu. Njegov kostim je potpuno bjel. Ima plašt sa velikom crvenom točkom na kojoj pišu slova IT. Ne, to nije kratica za informatičku tehnologiju, to je Ishimaru Taiki!!

On se bori protiv nepoznavanja japanske glazbe i protiv podcjenjivanja iste. Njegov žar i entuzijazam su nenadmašni. Sve koji mu se nađu na putu, spotakne i prekorači. Nitko ga ne može zaustaviti!

On je Ishimaru Taiki, zaštitnik japanske glazbe!

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četvrtak, rujan 7, 2006

Princess Kiko, the wife of Prince Akishino, the Emperor's second son, gave birth to a boy Wednesday morning, a long-awaited male heir to the Chrysanthemum Throne.
The baby, delivered by Cesarean section, is the first male born to the Imperial family in 41 years and becomes the third in line to the throne after Crown Prince Naruhito, 46, and Prince Akishino, 40.

The birth will put off the succession crisis facing the Imperial family for a while. But because the dearth of successors in the 23-member Imperial family continues, experts warn that the nation will undoubtedly meet a similar crisis in the future.
The Imperial House Law allows only males with emperors on their father's side to ascend the throne.

According to the Imperial Household Agency, the Emperor's chamberlain delivered a sword for the baby to Prince Akishino that was presented at the baby's hospital crib Wednesday afternoon during a ceremony to ensure the baby's health.
The messenger placed a box made of paulownia wood containing the 26-cm blade next to the baby's pillow, the agency said. The sword was forged by Akitsugu Amada, a living national treasure in Niigata Prefecture.
A naming ceremony will be held in seven days. The name will be registered on the Imperial family member list later. 
When he is around 50 days old, the child will visit three Shinto shrines in the Imperial Palace. After around 120 days, when his teeth begin to grow, a ritual will be held to wish him good health.

Izvor: Japan Times Online

P.S. Sorry, fakat mi se ne da prevodit..ako netko ne razumije neku riječ, slobodno nek pita..

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