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Ah... what to say? Ok, my SN is "210" because my address begins w/ "210". I've been an anonymous user for a while before creating this A/C, so I think it'd be easier for you to recognize me as the same person. Another reason is that it's easy to type on my on-screen numeric pad instead of typing my board SN ("Rika-Chicchi"), as I've forseen that I'll be logging in & out here frequently.
I may add stuff here in the future. For now I think this is sufficient for me to protect this user page from bot attacks & avoid the embarressment of appearing on the front page. lol
--210 04:13, 21 July 2006 (MST)
Since many of you have done this I'm following suit.
- SN: Rika-Chicchi
- Age: Old
- Sex: Male
- Look: Tall, thin, small head & large eyes (like bishonen in manga? Well, if you could imagine how the exact replicas of Takeuchi Naoko's (武内直子) characters would be like in the real world, you'd know I'm more like an ET, tho my face is a bit like Hama Chisaki (浜 千咲) in some of her shots - but not most other ones)
- Hair: Black but w/ plenty of white hair (so much that it's too much even for my old age - I started to have white hair during my low teens)
- Eyes: Deep brown
- Interests: Many; just from the top of my head - swimming (can swim 25m in freestyle w/o breathing), movie (last one I've seen is Superman Returns - so moved while seeing the nostalgic opening credits & the late Marlon Brando), J-pop/rock (currently listening to Ohguro Maki's (大黒摩季)), cycling (haven't done for a very long while), etc.
Hope not anyone of you would be spooked by the category at the end of this page.
--210 04:46, 31 July 2006 (MST)
 Watched Lady in the Water yesterday - not a very good film, but some of the writer's ideas are interesting, tho they're not executed satisfactorily in the script.
 Currently Imai Miki's (今井美樹).
--210 20:31, 17 August 2006 (MST)
 Watched United 93 this morning - very realistic & depressing. More than a decade ago, I read that some interpreted terrorism as the Anti-Christ. I begin to buy this idea in the recent yrs, wondering if terrorism (from all backgrounds & in all forms) really is it: Satan needn't work in just one side, it could work in multiple, opposing sides simultaneously. Sorry if I've depressed any of you. m( _ _ )m
 Just finished listening to the 70s classic Blue Light Yokohama (ブルライト ヨコハマ; new version by former Speed Uehara Takako (上原多香子)).
--210 01:01, 31 August 2006 (MST)
 Watched The Banquet yesterday - a big production of my home country, quite entertaining but boring at times. Planning to watch DoA next week (yeah, I love crap films :P ).
 Currently listening to a compilation of J-drama theme songs around the turn of the century (Zoo ~ Ai wo Kudasai (Zoo ~ 愛をください) & To Love You More pwn!).
--210 23:16, 14 September 2006 (MST)
 Watched no movies lately. Could've watched "Gore's film", but I think we might have already passed the threshold & triggered the planet's irrevokable warming cycle, on which human activities could no longer have critical impact of either directions, i.e. it's too late.
 After the selected 80s'/90s' J-drama theme songs (Squall, Fall in Love, etc.), now listening to the 60s'/70s' ones (they own! lol).
--210 06:08, 13 October 2006 (MST)
 Watched WTC today. Somewhat like re-experiencing the events & their attached images, feelings, emotions, etc., even tho I was hardly involved.
 Still into the theme songs of the 60s'/70s' classic dramas like Sugata Sanshiro (姿三四郎), Sign wa V (サインはＶ), Keiji-kun (刑事くん), G-men '75, Oku-sama wa 18 Sai (奥様は１８歳)... Also, 3 Nin no Kazoku (３人の家族), Futari no Seikai (二人の世界)...
--210 04:52, 19 October 2006 (MST)
 Planning to watch Pulse this week. Might talk about it here afterwards.
 Returning to the classic songs of the 80s/90s: Ame (雨) & Watarasebashi (渡良瀬橋) by Moritaka Chisato (森高千里; also redone by Matsushita Moeco (松下萌子) & Matsuura Aya (松浦亜弥; "Ayaya"), respectively), Aoi Usagi (碧いうさぎ; !) by Sakai Noriko (酒井法子), & Tomorrow by Okamoto Mayo (岡本眞夜; good for listening when you feel down), among many others.
--210 18:31, 5 November 2006 (MST)
 Watched Pulse today. As expected, a typical youngsters' cyber horror flick, tho it does provoke some thoughts about the vulnerability of the global info network to threats even more horrible than the ghosts in the film. lol
 Bought Kimura Kaela's (木村カエラ) 2nd album released this yr. A former Seventeen model (?) & relative newbie, she's nonetheless backed up by an A-team of production crew, & sounds like a decent J-rocker - Lilula Liluha (リルラ リルハ) rocks (pun included)!
--210 04:31, 10 November 2006 (MST)
 Watched A Battle of Wits, an international film collaboration btn China, Japan & South Korea, basing on a Japanese manga, & set in the Warring States Period before the unification of China 2 millennia ago (a bit like the much later similar period in Japan, or pre-war Europe). It mentions the thought of Mozi, one of the rival ideologies of Confucianism at the time before the latter becomes official in a unified China, hence also in Korea & Japan. Starring Asian mega star Andy Lau (better known in the West in House of Flying Daggers).
 Listening to Kiroro's best album released this yr. This Okinawan duo is formed by 2 long-time good friends (they even got preg at the same time lol), whose self-written songs are beautiful w/ simple arrangement & a bias in piano. Highly recommended.
--210 06:34, 24 November 2006 (MST)
[1} Watched eragon. Its plot & characters have a number of parallels w/ Star Wars IV altho it's not SF genre. Nevertheless it's still entertaining, & I love dragons. lol
 Listening to a past album of Ohguro Maki (大黒摩季). Love the song Sora (空), a theme song of a 90s Japanese anime about a young chef during a hypothetical historical period in China. Her credit appeared at the start of the opening, an unusual practice, as she was a big-name vocalist at the time (nowadays it's more common for top singers to do theme songs for popular anime). The song isn't Chinese-styled & actually is rock, which isn't unusual especially nowadays - a recent historical TV drama about the concubines in the shogunate also used rocks (even w/ English lyrics!) as its theme songs.
--210 03:25, 14 December 2006 (MST)
 Watched Curse of the Golden Flower. It's all about a (lethal) family feud. Too bad it's an imperial family, which means numerous non-family members, i.e. imperial court officials, conscripts, etc., who actually comes from the pool of the emperor's subjects, also have to die for it. It's set in the latter days of the Tang Dynasty in China (decades to the end of the 1st millennium). The dynasty boasted one of the peak eras of Chinese power (military, political, economic, cultural, etc.), characterized by a relatively open autocracy, a cosmopolitan capital, a sphere of influence deep into Central Asia & other regions, sexy women's costumes, etc., & one of the periods when Japan sent a large number of personnels to China to learn practically everything. This big-budget Chinese film, however, is not about those glorious days even tho they're indirectly reflected. It's about sex, love, hate & bloodshed. Starring Chow Yun Fat, Gong Li & Jay Chou (the Asian heart-throb who's also a credible R&B singer-songwriter). Directed by Zhang Yimou. A spectacular movie but the script is somewhat hollow.
 Listening to Matsuda Seiko's (松田聖子) 25th Anniversary album. Not a big fan of her but she's a representative icon of an era, w/ a number of memorable songs, e.g. Seifuku (制服).
--210 00:22, 22 December 2006 (MST)
 Watched Deja Vu. A lil bit cliche (or "deja vu") in the story, but I'm a sucker of stuff concerning time, & Denzel Washington is cool as usual. Too bad Batman becomes a fat man, & Jesus becomes the bad guy. lol
 Listening to Kawashima Ai's (川嶋 愛) 1st solo album released last yr. A high school street singer turned contract singer-songwriter, she was the "transparent voice" of the now-disbanded duo group I WiSH, w/ a specialty on modern city folk songs.
--210 04:29, 8 January 2007 (MST)
 Watched 300. Felt like reading a comic book (& it's based on one). Actually the film is largely "drawn" - digitally. Hence, my comment is: great graphics. lol
 Listening to the original version of Sera Fuku to Kikanju (セーラー服と機関銃; "Sailor Fuku and Machine Gun"), the theme song of the same-title movie, by Yakushimaru Hiroko (薬師丸ひろ子), the big idol of the 80s who also played the lead in that movie.
--210 05:11, 16 March 2007 (MST)
 Watched Sunshine. Loving it, or more accurately, loving such movie genre for so many yrs., & seeing
Sailor Mercury is an extra bonus. lol
 Listening to ZARD's 15th Anniversary double album. I love Sakai Izumi (坂井泉水)! (Her appearance could be a perfect fit for playing the lead character in the live-action version of Takahashi Rumiko's (高橋留美子) 80s manga Mezon Ikkoku (めぞん一刻); concert clip - I could envision the whole audience singing along w/ her; a PV clip - you can get a glimpse of her daily works;
a random song another concert clip - a big hit, tho not my most favorite, but it's good to listen to when you feel down.)
--210 04:58, 11 April 2007 (MST)
－Death & Funeral－
- http://rn.oricon.co.jp/news/entertainment/44994/ [Thx for the past 16 yrs. RIP. --210 05:31, 29 May 2007 (MST)]
- Clip of a TV special about her death & footage of her funeral [--210 06:34, 25 July 2007 (MST)]
- http://www.zakzak.co.jp/gei/2007_05/g2007053014.html [Report on her funeral. --210 21:55, 31 May 2007 (MST)]
- [ - ] [--210 22:23, 4 June 2007 (MST)]
- Fan video recording of her memorial corner outside her office [--210 04:52, 18 August 2007 (MST)]
- http://www.oricon.co.jp/news/entertainment/45899/ [Reports on her memorial service. --210 09:11, 26 June 2007 (MST)]
- Clip of a TV special about the 1st day's memorial service (open for people of the industry) - you can see how saddened singer Ohguro Maki (大黒摩季), her former colleague & close friend, was, & Maki's words were so heart-breakingly sad [--210 21:26, 9 July 2007 (MST)]
- Fan video recording of the 2nd day's memorial service (open to the public) [--210 08:05, 28 June 2007 (MST)]
- Clip of a performance in her memorial concert held this month [--210 05:59, 18 September 2007 (MST)]
- Clip of a performance at one of the concert's stops [--210 08:17, 16 June 2008 (MST)]
- Her wish to appear on Kouhaku was fulfilled after her death via a relayed segment of a simultaneous live concert last night [--210 01:53, 1 January 2008 (MST)] Clip unavailable now
- http://www.nikkansports.com/entertainment/p-et-tp0-20071207-292320.html [Report on her "debut" on Kouhaku. --210 03:49, 1 January 2008 (MST)]
- Clip of a TV special about one of the memorial exhibitions about her held last year [--210 22:13, 2 June 2009 (MST)]
- Her 17-member band [--210 06:09, 1 October 2007 (MST)]
- PV of her last song, Glorious Mind (#2 on weekly Oricon Single Chart --210 06:20, 23 December 2007 (MST)), released after her death & used as the opening theme for the "Autumn Mystery Special" series of her favorite anime, Detective Conan, which starts airing at prime-time this month [--210 21:31, 16 October 2007 (MST)]
- The anime's opening [--210 08:07, 6 January 2008 (MST)]
- A TV coverage about her boxset to be released later this month & a recent exhibition about her [--210 20:45, 17 May 2008 (MST)]
- As a karaoke video campaign girl before her debut as a singer (then known as Kamachi Sachiko (蒲池幸子), her real name) - notice her heavy makeup, which she rarely did again after her debut [--210 19:03, 19 June 2008 (MST)]
- Fan flower messages for her 4th birthday after her death [--210 11:09, 22 May 2011 (MST)]
- Fan photo messages for the 20th anniversary of her debut [--210 12:17, 22 May 2011 (MST)]
- Official YouTube channel [--210 02:21, 28 December 2011 (MST)]
- One of her past hits was specially rearranged for use as the theme song of a huge-cast movie opening last month [--210 01:23, 17 March 2012 (MST)]
 Watched 28 Weeks Later. Talk about culling of humans, infected or not, like culling of poultry to stem an epidemic. Too bad the "symptoms" are too zombie-like, killing the plausibility &, hence, horror (zombies are also more comical than horrible nowadays). But I like the British settings (that also partly explains why I like the Omen trilogy).
 Listening to Koda Kumi's (倖田来未) 1st best double album, which contains a number of her earlier hits, like Cutie Honey (the current latest one of the numerous versions throughout the decades), Butterfly... She looks hot on the CD jacket, but that's not the reason I bought it. lol
--210 07:22, 11 May 2007 (MST)
 Watched Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Like it. It's simplistic & cheesy, but that's sthg that I need right now.
 Listening to Kiroro's album (see above) again - I need their soothing songs lately.
--210 05:47, 14 June 2007 (MST)
 Watched Die Hard 4.0. Glad to see that this "old man" still kicks ass - let's see how another one will be doing in the upcoming latest instalment of the Raiders series (haven't watched Stallone's, & Arnie is unlikely to do it ATM).
 Listening to Matsuda Seiko's (松田聖子) album (see above) again - ahhh... the age of innocence. *sigh*
--210 01:04, 28 June 2007 (MST)
 Watched Transformers. I don't think I've ever watched 1 whole anime episode, & that includes a footage of it in the film Leon, when Natalie Portman's character was watching it. So you know how big a fan I am, even tho I've been a fan of 70s/80s giant robots. But I'm very interested in this film, partly 'cos of Spielberg, partly 'cos I'm curious about how Hollywood interprets Japanese giant robots. And it doesn't disappoint me, even tho it's a bit cliche. It's also got a theory for interpreting the concept of "transformation." Strangely, this film kinda reminds me of an earlier Spielberg film, Batteries Not Included.
 Gonna listen to Itsuwa Mayumi's (五輪真弓) special commemorative album. She's an important figure in J-pop history.
--210 23:53, 25 July 2007 (MST)
 Watched The Invasion. Altho many of its ideas & patterns aren't new, & can actually be traced back to some 70s/80s scifi B movies, it's still thought-provoking on some age-old questions about what it takes to be "human," e.g. is evil an essential/indispensible part of human nature?
 Just finished listening to Tokyo Jihen's (東京事変 / Tokyo Incident) 1st album. Shiina Ringo (椎名林檎) & her crew's works are always excellent demos/reference materials for anyone interested in music arrangement.
--210 03:04, 23 August 2007 (MST)
 Watched Resident Evil: Extinction. So Mad Max feel, also w/ traces of Alien: Resurrection & Hitchcock's The Birds. Milla rocks - love her since The Fifth Element (I generally like actresses w/ East European origins lol).
 Listening to a Yaida Hitomi (矢井田瞳; "Yaiko") album. She's a good J-rocker (watch her clip linked in the section below).
--210 04:13, 5 October 2007 (MST)
 Watched Beowulf. It reminds me that heroic legends in history are often exaggerated, or worse, outright lies to conceal a dark truth. Nice to see Sir Anthony Hopkins half-naked, lol tho it might be just CG, which is used extensively in this film. Good theme music/song. That Angelina monster kinda reminds me of another one in Species.
 Listening to Shimatani Hitomi's (島谷ひとみ) latest album released earlier this yr. A versatile vocalist crossing over various music genres from classical music, rock, Latin, to J-pop oldies/traditional Japanese music, she's also quite sexy - not the racy kind (watch her clips linked in the section below).
--210 03:30, 15 November 2007 (MST)
 Watched The Warlords. A historical epic set in the latter days of the Qing (pronounced like "ching") Empire of China, or more precisely, during the suppression of the Taiping Rebellion ("Taiping" meaning "Great Peace"), which was an attempt to establish a Christian theocratic state in China (in a sense, it did succeed w/i a limited space & time). Altho the Qing was one of the most powerful dynasties in Chinese history, the very fact that it took more than a decade to suppress this insurgency had exposed its underlying corruption & grave weaknesses in the eyes of rising Western powers & Japan, hence hastening its demise. As usual, all these are but a historical backdrop for a story about betrayal, infidelity, sex, & personal political ambition in this Chinese blockbuster. Starring Asian mega stars Jet Li, Andy Lau, & Kaneshiro Takeshi (he looks great in the film!) - kudos to whoever brought these guys together! There're a number of Christian/Biblical references peppered w/i the film, & the younger Empress Dowager, arguably the most powerful woman on Earth at the time, besides perhaps Queen Victoria, appears in the film, tho you can't see her face outrightly. lol
 Listening to a compilation album of Yamaguchi Momoe's (山口百恵) all-time greatest hits. She's of the same generation of great artists as Sakurada Junko (桜田淳子; see the 1st links in the section below).
--210 01:08, 14 December 2007 (MST)
 Watched I Am Legend. Surprised by the theme it touches on near the end (haven't expected that in such films), even tho the ending itself isn't surprising. The visuals are spectacular, as expected. lol
 Still listening to the album mentioned in the last update above.
--210 00:10, 17 December 2007 (MST)
 Alas, watched The Golden Compass. A beautiful film, & it's also anti-establishmentarianist - such themes I like. No wonder why some Catholic organizations (BTW, I dislike organized religions as much as organized crimes lol) bitterly oppose it. lol Nice to see Christopher Lee again since Star Wars - very like him, & Eva Green looks magnificent (she's also currently on the cover of Vogue).
 Listening to Morning Musume's 10th Anniversary double album. Yeah, I do listen to their songs. lol Like them or not, they're kinda an "institution" that can't be ignored in the J-pop scene (& pop culture generally), w/ its operating formula imitated inside & outside Japan. Altho it's lost some of its shine, it's historically significant in that it's helped many Japanese go thru one of the longest & worst economic doldrums since WWII, & has become a collective memory - one of their songs could even be seen as an alternate national anthem. Now that the Japanese economy seems to be hanging in the balance again after rebounding in recent yrs., could they, w/ their 2 new members unprecedentally recruited from China (one of them could only barely speak Japanese when she joined), play a historical role again, for Japan or even Sino-Japanese relations? We'll see. For now, it's all good listening to their songs like kid songs (some of their members are really kids, & many elementary school kids are also their fans).
--210 01:51, 27 December 2007 (MST)
 Finally at the end of the yr., watched AVP2. Again, you can see the 2 cult monsters (& a hybrid of the 2) fighting, & also have a brief glimpse of the homeworld of the Predators (not a bad place indeed). For fans fluent in the Alien series like myself, you'll get a nice lil surprise at the very end (hint: note how those senior ranking generals call that apparently powerful Japanese woman - got it? ^^ ). Overall rating: better than expected.
 Listening to ZARD's 1st fan-request best album (the 2nd one will be released early next yr.). If you don't know what/who ZARD is, see my previous note about it/her & this section above. BTW, it/she was mentioned in the editorial note of Daily Yomiuri last week.
--210 00:24, 31 December 2007 (MST)
 Watched Cloverfield. Having watched so many Toho/Tsuburaya giant monster flicks since my childhood, it's good to see a Hollywood one done from a more "ground level" perspective. Wonder why Ultraman didn't appear in these occasions. lol (There was an Australian one, Ultraman Great, in the 90s, tho.) Altho the entire film is shot like (& supposed to be) the playing of a palmcorder tape, it can still manage to follow the typical story development of such genres. The exact origin & biology of the monsters (quite disgusting, BTW) are left to the audience to ponder, but on the whole the film is pretty good & entertaining. Whereas the horrors & destruction of WWII spawn Japanese monster films like Godzilla, those of 911 spawn American films like this one, which also uses NYC as its stage.
 Listening to the soothing voice of Nakashima Mika (中島美嘉) in her recent album, Yes. All Hands Together was produced w/ the people of New Orleans for raising local reconstruction funds after Katrina, but the number which attracts my attention most is her cover of the late Ozaki Yutaka's (尾崎 豊) classic I Love You. Her English cover of What a Wonderful World (yes, that English classic) at the end is also a nice touch. Highly recommended.
--210 04:00, 17 January 2008 (MST)
 Watched The Mist. A horrible, sad, & thought-provoking film. This time, at least we've got a more definite idea about the origin of the disaster. lol Haven't read the original, dunno whether the screenplay closely adheres to it - if so, Stephen King, you've scared the shit outa me, again. lol
 Listening to Nakajima Miyuki's (中島みゆき) 2nd latest album. This brilliant singer-songwriter, who holds a degree in Japanese literature, has been a huge figure in the Japanese music industry for decades, wielding great influences on generations of singers & fans as far as other parts of East Asia, where one is likely to have listened to her works even w/o having heard her singing. Her well-written lyrics is often regarded as the voice for contemporary Japanese women. Her numerous beautiful melodies have also become the collective memories in the region. Her powerful yet feminine voice is unique & iconic.
--210 03:42, 25 February 2008 (MST)
 Watched 10,000 BC. It turns out to be more dramatic/superstitious than academic/scientific & what I've expected, hence I'm disappointed - I thought it'd be like that TV series of the same title that I watched when I was small, & that, while being a dramatization, has an academic flavor, e.g. how our ancesters 1st discovered that adding salt into food could make it more tasty, etc. The plot is cliche & stupid, but the visuals are spectacular.
 Listening to Shimokawa Mikuni's (下川みくに) recent double album of her covers of classic 80s/90s anime songs. It's so T_T . lol
--210 02:13, 11 March 2008 (MST)
 Watched An Empress and the Warriors. Set in a B.C. historical period before the unification of China (somewhat like Europe in the last centuries, or Germany & Italy before their respective unifications), this Chinese epic contains lots of battle/action scenes, but it's essentially a love story, & its themes are kind-hearted & well-meant. It features a pacifist warrior-princess (formally becoming a young Empress only at the end) of a northern military state (located around today's Beijing), who was also willing to give up powers for the man she loved (consider it the female counterpart of Britain's Edward VIII lol); conspiracy, betrayal, & bloody palace coup; & beautifully executed martial arts (the director was a renowned actions director). Starring Kelly Chen (a Chinese Canto-pop singer who also releases Japanese CDs & appears on TV/movies in Japan), Donnie Yen (a top kung-fu master-actor), & Leon Lai (another Canto-pop singer better known as one of the "Shitennou" of Canto-pop in the 90s).
 Listening to Aikawa Nanase's (相川七瀬) 1st album. I like "girl's rock," tho the girl has become a mother for some time now. lol She's still active w/ new CDs & live concerts nonetheless.
--210 03:38, 26 March 2008 (MST)
 Watched Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon. Yet another historical epic, but I really like this heart moving one much. This Sino-Korean production is set in the latter days (3rd Century A.D.) of the Period of the Three Kingdoms, when China was broken up into 3 independent states after a long period of the 1st heydays of a unified China, altho the film only focuses on the feud btn the kingdoms of Zu (in Southwestern China) & Wei (in northern China & Korea), both of which wanted to reunify China under its regime (the Zu king even claimed his legitimacy w/ his sharing of the same family name w/ the former imperial court, tho that's always been doubted by historians). More specifically, it's the feud btn an invincible but aging Zu general in his last great battle, & a young, brilliant Wei commander, who was the grand daughter of the late Wei king & was eager to avenge a military humiliation inflicted upon her grand dad by the Zu general when she was a child. Ironically, China wasn't ultimately reunified under any of the 3 states, but by Jin, which came into being after a coup in Wei. lol Starring Andy Lau, Sammo Hung (the famous chubby kung-fu master), & Maggie Q (that booty hot chick in Die Hard 4, lol tho she's become a shrewed military strategist & expert in psychological warfare in this film; she still looks sexy during her brief, heavily stunted one-on-one combat w/ Lau, tho). The story of the Three Kingdoms has fascinated numerous fans in East Asia throughout the centuries to this day, & has become a chic pop culture in Japanese manga, gashapon figures, computer games, etc. One last note: the helmets of the Zu & Wei armies look like those of the British & German armies, respectively, during the 2 World Wars. lol
 Listening to a compilation album of 70s/80s female vocalists. What a sweet nostalgia! lol
--210 03:30, 7 April 2008 (MST)
 Watched Iron Man. Very entertaining, tho the color scheme of that suit of the American superhero looks a bit Chinese - wonder if that's why this blockbuster opened on Chinese soil on a date even earlier than in the States. lol
 Listening to an album of Arisaka Mika's (有坂美香) 1999-2006 anime song collections. Both she & her songs are the premium of their kinds. The jacket cover is also very artistic. Recommended.
--210 04:15, 5 May 2008 (MST)
 Watched Doomsday. So Escape from New York feel, tho the sealed area isn't NYC, but the whole Scotland! And the mission isn't the rescue of a US Prez. Also, the role played by Kurt Russell is replaced by a female army maj., altho, like the former, she's also single-eyed, & her vest also looks like Russell's. lol This grim film suits my current state of mood after the recent disaster in my country - excerpt of my private message at a forum:
I'm safe, since I'm not in central China. But, save for a few northern provinces, the quake has literally rocked the whole country despite its size (it's only slightly smaller tban the States), Actually it can even be felt (w/o instruments) outside China, e.g. S.E. Asia, Pakistan, etc. Our PLA men & women (also our Premier) have rushed to the scene (which is vast) & are now working round the clock (the 1st 48 - 72 hrs. are crucial - after that the chance of finding survivers is slim), but their efforts are complicated by heavy rain. T_T
 Still listening to the Arisaka Mika album mentioned in my last entry above - it also works excellently for my current mood.
--210 03:19, 15 May 2008 (MST)
 Watched Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. "This old man, he plays 4," or rather "3 old men, they play 4." lol By & large it's applying the same old formulae. A bit cliche, a bit cheesy, but still entertaining nonetheless.
 Listening to a compilation album of 70s-90s divas. It's the 3rd one of the set. Feels so good!
--210 04:11, 23 May 2008 (MST)
 Watched Red Cliff. Again, a story about the Three Kingdoms (see above), but this time the Kingdom of Wu is muchly involved, & the story ending will only be in part 2 (like Kill Bill). This Chinese epic is also a multi-national (mainly Chinese, Japanese, & American) collaboration both on-screen & off-screen. Starring mega stars like Tony Leung, Kaneshiro Takeshi, etc., w/ notable supporting cast like Nakamura Shidou, etc. Directed by John Woo, known in the movie industry of the West for having directed some Hollywood blockbusters. Won't go into more movie details this time (no time), but it's worth watching.
 Again, listening to disc 2 of the abovementioned double album of Shimokawa Mikuni, which contains her own works.
--210 07:01, 14 July 2008 (MST)
 Watched The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. A big Hollywood production in collaboration w/ some large Chinese studios & featuring some prominent Chinese actors, most notably Jet Li & Michelle Yeoh. It has reference to the B.C. Period of Warring States in China, & that "Dragon Emperor" is obviously modelled on the 1st Chinese Emperor, even tho it's not meant to refer to him per se. A very entertaining film - just don't think too much while watching it like a live-action cartoon. lol
 Listening to a triple album of J-drama theme songs around the turn of the century.
--210 07:01, 2 August 2008 (MST)
 Watched Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Lots of references to the previous 6 Star Wars movies peppered thruout this CG animation movie, but the only things memorable to me are that cute young Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, that cuddly baby/toddler son of Jabba the Hutt, that old freighter looking like a larger version of the B-wing fighter (my most favorite fighter in the Star Wars universe), & that thrilling voice of Christopher Lee. Still an entertaining film for a 12-yr.-old, or 1 trapped in an (much) older body like myself, tho - as actually are the previous 6. lol Another notable point is that there's a fairly large Chinese participation in the production of this movie.
 Still listening to the same triple album mentioned above last time.
--210 01:16, 22 August 2008 (MST)
 Watched Painted Skin, a big-budget, Oscar aspiring horror film based on a classic Chinese literary work, collaborated by a number of production companies/studios around the country. It's most notable for its team of renowned production staff in art direction, photography, etc., tho its cast is also strong. As a horror film, it also has military & martial arts action scenes, & a very beautiful & moving, if albeit complicated, love story plot entangling 6 human & demon characters, all of whom have a beautiful mind (the 2 demons are essentially animals: a beautiful white fox & a dessert lizard - even the latter looks beautiful to me, as I always adore exotic lizards lol). The ending is surprising since, until the last minute, things have become so hopeless & sad for all the characters w/ their unconditional, sacrificing love (I was on the verge of tears then lol). 1 last note: for those who enjoy seeing a beautiful woman taking off all her clothes, this film can satisfy them even more - they can see 1 casually taking off all her skin, head-to-toe, like a body suit. lol The melody of the theme score is also beautiful.
 Listening to Horie Mitsuko's (堀江美都子) 30th Anniversary triple album - never got tired of listening to her songs again & again.
--210 00:50, 2 October 2008 (MST)
 Watched City of Ember. A lovely, beautifully executed film about a dream-like - if nightmarish at times - post apocalyptic world, w/ meaningful, thought provocative themes but nonetheless a plot centered on kid adventures (the leads being 2 young teenage boy & girl), hence essentially a film for kids (& adults w/ a kiddy mind lol). The BGM is strong, & the theme score is beautiful & powerful. Some notes of fun include Bill Murray's character's huge, pregnant-like belly (lol) & that cute giant mutant moth.
 Listening to a recent album of Shimatani Hitomi (島谷ひとみ), an elegant, sexy lady w/ a distinct voice.
--210 06:12, 30 October 2008 (MST)
 Watched The Day the Earth Stood Still. Beautiful male & female leads, lol w/ a good story idea (just don't be too concerned w/ issues in the details). The visual effects aren't as great as expected, tho. Haven't watched the original film, hence can't make the comparison. Keanu's spoken Chinese is horrible - obviously the alien can speak good English but not Chinese. lol Seems that the business suit has become his staple in movies. lol
 Listening to Nakamura Ataru's (中村 中) 1st album. She's a very good singer in various pop genres - ballad, rock, jazz, etc. Love her voice & the way she uses it - her voice in some fast-paced songs sounds like her previous male voice, tho, but is still good nonetheless. Will also buy her 2nd album.
--210 06:20, 11 December 2008 (MST)
 Watched Red Cliff II. It's actually not a sequel, but the 2nd part of the film. After a powerful recap of some important scenes from the 1st part during the opening credits, the film's climax has already started at the beginning, w/ the princess of the Wu Kingdom, donning a Wei army uniform, spying in the field camps of the Wei army. The plots are wonderful, tho the main ones are actually from history, lol but the scriptwriting team did manage to create a number of clever subplots under them. There're many things about this film that can be talked about, but won't do it here (some have already been covered in my previous comments on the film's 1st part above).
 Listening to Nakamura Ataru's (中村 中) 2nd, latest album (also see my previous comments on her 1st album above). The good quality is as expected, & she sounds totally feminine in all the numbers this time.
--210 03:42, 15 January 2009 (MST)
 Watched Valkyrie. A thriller based on a real story about the last assasination attempts against Adolf Hitler by some very senior officers in the German military. Even tho the events depicted are history, the movie is still a nailbiter. It also reminds me of the palace coup against Chairman Mao's widow & her close associates, the so-called "Gang of Four," commanded by a field marshal, signed by Mao's designated heir, & invisibly masterminded by the one who, technically, was still disgraced & purged then, hence radically changing the course of modern Chinese history & creating the China as we know it today. The situation of those German officers is comparatively more difficult, tho, & they also failed, but their plan is nonetheless ingenious & clever, further strengthening my respect to the honorable, knightly traditions of the German military since its Prussian times.
 Listening to a past album of My Little Lover - love their mesmerizing sound.
--210 03:49, 12 February 2009 (MST)
 Watched Watchmen. Muchly like it right from the beginning, from the opening credits... & so on. While the story is set in a past era of an alternate timeline (in which "that bastard" got 3 presidential terms, America won in Nam, etc. lol), it's actually also reflected very much about the American psyche of today on this timeline, making it a good (& entertaining) extra-curricular material for any students of American studies. As for the film, it's kinda like a more adult, muchly darker version of The Incredibles, & I also think superheroes, if they really existed, should be like that.
 Listening to Kawashima Ai's (川嶋 愛) recent double best album. I love her "angel's" voice! ^^ BTW, she was the vocalist of I WiSH.
--210 05:56, 12 March 2009 (MST)
 Watched Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. Can't believe that I'm so loyal to the franchise that I watched it even w/o Kate Beckinsale in it! lol It's a prequel, which explores more on the political & socio-economic conditions of the vampires, as well as their relations w/ humans, wolfmen, &, of course, the Lycans, who're the hybrid of the former 2. Central to the plot is a love story btn a vampiress, who's among the tops in the vampires' political & social hierarchies, & a Lycan, who's a "pet" of the vampires' supreme leader. I'm hopelessly addicted even tho I think the chance of yet another instalment to the franchise is slim. lol
 Listening to Ayaka's (絢香) latest album. I love the voice of this young J-R&B vocalist - very emotional & mature for her age. Recommended.
--210 05:14, 26 March 2009 (MST)
 Watched Knowing. A spooky film which has raised the issue of randomness: I've always suspected that random stuff, such as the exact changing patterns of rising smoke, aren't actually "random" at all - they just look & feel random to us, since we don't have God's perceptive capabilities. Hence, no random numbers are actually random, whether they're generated by computers or not, not to mention lottery draws, etc. Back on the movie, I like its ending being not too cliche, tho it's a bit simplistic. And what the film explicitly says will happen this year could really happen, as y'know, anything could happen. lol
 Listening to Angela Aki's (アンジェラ・アキ) latest album. Like this Italian American-Japanese singer-songwriter. A few of her works are musical, even a bit opera like, & one of her songs has already become a set song in the Japanese junior high school music curriculum.
--210 02:41, 16 April 2009 (MST)
 Watched Angels and Demons. A very entertaining film - just don't think too much but enjoy the more-than-2-hrs. roller-coaster ride. It's a pity that the female lead isn't too useful in the plot this time, except for being a pretty face in the film. lol Wonder if such pop fiction/movie could, ironically, revive the interests in the Roman Catholic Church, which has been steadily shrinking towards ultimate irrelevance.
 Listening to Shiina Ringo's (椎名林檎) recent double album, which contains a number of her English covers as well as some of her best numbers in her past 10 yrs. - I've been suffering from "apple poisoning" for yrs. lol
--210 05:56, 15 May 2009 (MST)
 Watched Terminator Salvation. Very happy to see Michael Ironside & Helena Bonham Carter, my two favorite actor/actress, in it. Also delighted to see the Governor reprising his classic role again, in all his awesome nudity, tho I can understand that he's currently busy in public services, hence what's seen is just old footage & stunts. The plot is interesting, w/ a trace of ideas from the Governor's another blockbuster, Total Recall.
 "Low battery," hence not listening to any song ATM. lol
--210 22:34, 29 May 2009 (MST)
 Finally have watched Star Trek. Much better than what I've expected from its trailer. Not that the trailer itself is bad - it's good & attractive - but it gave me the impression that it's just a sci-fi teen flick straying very, very far from the original series. And it turns out that the movie stays very true to the spirits & core tenets of the original despite its modern appearance. And since the timeline has already been tempered w/ at this early stage before the tons of stories in the original, any possible inconsistencies/contradictions of this movie (as well as any sequels to it) w/ the original can easily be explained away - how clever! Very glad to see Nimoy again! Also long time no see Winona.
 Listening to Ayaka's (絢香) latest album again. I always feel the similarities btn her & the early-day Hikki - both are young & talented J-R&B vocalists w/ a matured voice relative to their young age, & both got married young during the taking-off stage of their career - I just hope that her marriage will be a successful one, & wouldn't turn out like Hikki's.
--210 02:23, 5 June 2009 (MST)
 Watched The Haunting in Connecticut. Not having watched horror movies for some time (have somewhat got tired of them), but while this heavily American-styled one actually isn't as scary as I expected, I've found it very heart-warming & really like it.
 Still listening to the same album mentioned in my preceding update lol - her music is so not boring.
--210 07:45, 18 June 2009 (MST)
 Watched Orphan. An interesting but also creepy movie - our local censors have to enforce a strictly 18-or-over rule on it (minors can watch many movies featuring nudity, sex, & violence over here, even tho that's officially not recommended). I also guess the producers had to arrange a psychologist for the girl actress (& possibly other supporting child actors/actresses as well) on the set.
 Not listening to any CDs ATM. : P
--210 09:26, 27 August 2009 (MST)
 Watched Surrogates. Interesting idea, & seeing the young looking Bruce Willis is a delight! There're many pretty faces (& bodies lol) of both genders in the film (as required by the plot). A relatively short, but actions/effects packed & thought provocative film - recommended.
 Listening to an earlier album of Shimatani Hitomi (島谷ひとみ). Among her broad variety of musical genres, I particularly like the numbers arranged w/ a heavy symphonic presence (her preceding album was even recorded in Russia for that), & this album also isn't lack of those.
--210 11:29, 27 September 2009 (MST)
 Watched District 9. Another good piece of work. Its idea isn't entirely novel, tho - the film Alien Nation (& its spin-off TV series) has already explored about a similar theme - but this one has added a number of new interesting, intelligent, & thought provocative elements, which are also well presented in it. Its style is a bit like Cloverfield (mentioned in a previous entry above) - but not exactly/totally - making the story feel very realistic. It's also incorporated ideas from other films, such as The Fly. The ending also leaves one to ponder about what'd happen next. Another recommended film. One final note: while those alien refugees are referred to as prawns in the film, I also find them looking like roaches, especially for their long, moving antennae lol (trust me, those humans in the film are, non-appearance-wise, way more ugly/disgusting than them).
 While the album mentioned in the preceding entry is still in my player, I didn't play it. lol
--210 09:06, 3 October 2009 (MST)
 Watched Founding of a Republic. Tho it's a (modernized) propaganda film, I can still find it interesting in how it presents (& not presents) the historical facts, & in its numerous implicit references to contemporary Chinese politics (& still being able to pass thru the censors - or is it actually a deliberate decision by someone at the top of political power? lol). If you don't wanna think too much like myself, you can still enjoy its spectacular scenes, special/CG effects, stylish filming, &, of course, the many, many stars in it, such as Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Ziyi Zhang, to name just a few. Modern-day propaganda is, well, quite modern nowadays. lol
 Continuing to listen to the aforementioned album & loving it very much. ^^
--210 05:57, 5 October 2009 (MST)
 Watched Whiteout. A good thriller starring my favorite actress Kate Beckinsale.
 Listening to a compilation album of J-pop rare tracks from the late 70s to the mid-90s by female vocalists. Now that's genuine singing!
--210 08:25, 9 October 2009 (MST)
 Watched 2012. It's surprisingly better than I expected (or maybe my expectations on it were so low? lol). Its spectacular visuals are as expected, tho. It's also clever in making use of an on-going factual event in my country as its plot device. As usual in watching films like this, forgetting/ignoring its "science" always makes you a happier audience. ^^
 Listening to Kudo Shizuka's (工藤静香) old Super Best double album. A funny thing is that I can hear, as a nostalgia of the 90s, a number which's in turn a nostalgic nod to the 60s. lol
--210 01:01, 13 November 2009 (MST)
 Watched Mulan. No, it's not that Disney animation movie, lol but a realistic, dark, bloody, & sad Chinese live-action production, in which the brilliant title character was quickly promoted to the rank of General & became the 2nd-in-command (later the 1st) of her unit. At the end of the film she was offered the post of Commander-in-Chief by the Emperor, but declined it because she wanted to return to her home village to look after her ailing father, for whom she was enlisted in the military in the 1st place. Starring some of the most prominent actors/actresses in China, the film also shows some military strategies, logistics, management & training, etc. of the time.
 Still listening to that double album mentioned in the last update above. lol
--210 23:35, 3 December 2009 (MST)
 Watched Avatar. Obviously, Aliens has still cast a big shadow on this latest work of James "King-of-the-world" Cameron decades later, even tho the two films have different themes. I can still enjoy it despite his self-plagiarism, tho. And very nice to see Sigourney "Alien" Weaver again - always appreciate this actress (BTW, have yet to know any other person named "Sigourney" lol). I'm very sad after watching it, but it has nthg to do w/ its ending - it's reminded me of a chronological table of future history I compiled many years ago, which's intended to be a skeleton of a novel (which've never been written, tho), & in which I wrote that after the discovery of a technology to get around the light-speed limit, Homo sapiens had "spreaded around the universe like viruses." BTW, story-wise it's quite feasible to produce a sequel of this film.
 Still listening to that double album mentioned in the last update above. ^^; (Have changed to disc 2, tho. lol)
--210 23:14, 17 December 2009 (MST)
YouTube / veoh Clips of J-pop
- わたしの青い鳥 ("My Blue Bird") by Sakurada Junko (桜田淳子) --210 06:21, 12 March 2007 (MST)
- The same song by an older her --210 07:53, 18 November 2007 (MST)
- 月光 ("Moonlight") by Onitsuka Chihiro (鬼束ちひろ) --210 07:32, 2 April 2007 (MST)
- 未来へ ("Towards the Future") by Kiroro (dedicated to the mothers in the world) --210 07:33, 13 May 2007 (MST)
- 銀の竜の背に乗って ("Riding on the Back of the Silver Dragon"), 地上の星 ("The Star Above the Land"), & 黄砂に吹かれて ("Blown on the Yellow Sand"; self covered) by Nakajima Miyuki (中島みゆき) --210 06:31, 16 May 2007 (MST)
- Original version of the last song by Kudo Shizuka (工藤静香) --210 05:09, 15 February 2012 (MST)
- 感傷 ("Sentimentality"), ウソツキ ("Liar"), & 夢のチカラ ("The Power of Dream") by Ueto Aya (上戸 彩) --210 06:36, 28 May 2007 (MST)
- A live-tour version of the last song --210 06:36, 28 May 2007 (MST)
- 怨み節 ("The Tune of Grudge") by Kaji Meiko (梶芽衣子) --210 23:18, 9 June 2007 (MST)
- ＺＯＯ ～愛をください～ ("ZOO ~Please Give Me Love~") covered by Kanno Miho (菅野美穂) as Hasui Shuka (蓮井朱夏) --210 08:04, 22 July 2007 (MST)
- The love trilogy of 明日への扉 ("The Door Towards Tomorrow"), ふたつ星 ("Two Stars"), & 約束の日 ("Promised Day"), & キミと僕 ("You and I") by I WiSH --210 06:53, 3 August 2007 (MST)
- Full version of the 3rd song --210 02:27, 16 June 2011 (MST)
- 一人ジェンガ ("One-Person Game") by Yaida Hitomi (矢井田瞳; "Yaiko") --210 08:00, 16 August 2007 (MST)
- 空港 ("Airport") & 北国の春 ("Spring in the Northern Country"; covered; partly sung in Mandarin) by Teresa Teng (テレサ・テン) --210 07:53, 3 September 2007 (MST)
- ～Ｍｅｒｍａｉｄ～, 太陽神 ("The Sun God"), & Ｇａｒｎｅｔ Ｍｏｏｎ by Shimatani Hitomi (島谷ひとみ) --210 08:51, 14 September 2007 (MST)
- 月のしずく ("Trickle of the Moon") by Shibasaki Kou (柴咲コウ) --210 21:46, 23 September 2007 (MST)
- 魅せられて ("Fascinated"; 2004 version) by Judy Ongg (ジュディ･オング) --210 18:40, 19 October 2007 (MST)
- 恋心 ("The Heart of Love") & 夢見る少女じゃいられない ("Not to Be a Dreaming Girl") by Aikawa Nanase (相川七瀬) --210 07:20, 3 November 2007 (MST)
- Cover version of the former song by Nakagawa Shoko (中川翔子; "Shoko-tan") --210 00:54, 23 October 2011 (MST)
- Ｊｕｐｉｔｅｒ by Hirahara Ayaka (平原綾香) --210 08:41, 9 November 2007 (MST)
- A performance of the original classical music version by the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra --210 08:41, 9 November 2007 (MST)
- 島唄 ("Island Song") covered by Natsukawa Rimi (夏川りみ) --210 06:27, 5 December 2007 (MST)
- ありがとう ("Thank You") by Kokia --210 07:24, 12 December 2007 (MST)
- Ｓｑｕａｌｌ by Matsumoto Eiko (松本英子) --210 05:47, 10 January 2008 (MST)
- セーラー服と機関銃 ("Sailor Suit and Machine Gun") by Yakushimaru Hiroko (薬師丸ひろ子) --210 06:53, 19 January 2008 (MST)
- A new version by Nagasawa Masami (長澤まさみ) as Hoshi Izumi (星泉) --210 00:00, 7 September 2008 (MST)
- Ｔｏｍｏｒｒｏｗ by Okamoto Mayo (岡本真夜) --210 23:01, 29 January 2008 (MST)
- 慟哭 ("Wail") by Kudo Shizuka (工藤静香) --210 06:17, 15 February 2008 (MST)
- 名前のない空を見上げて ("Looking up at the Sky without a Name") by MISIA --210 06:39, 17 February 2008 (MST)
- さよなら大好きな人 ("Goodbye the Very Loved Person") by Hana*Hana (花＊花) --210 08:54, 2 March 2008 (MST)
- PV of the song --210 21:26, 3 March 2008 (MST)
- 秋桜 ("Cosmos") by Yamaguchi Momoe (山口百恵) --210 22:17, 15 March 2008 (MST)
- Studio recording version --210 05:22, 24 March 2008 (MST)
- ら・ら・ら ("La-La-La") by Ohguro Maki (大黒摩季) --210 05:52, 20 March 2008 (MST)
- Ｓｅｃｒｅｔ ｏｆ Ｍｙ Ｈｅａｒｔ by Kuraki Mai (倉木麻衣; "Mai-K") --210 07:21, 4 April 2008 (MST)
- A "making of" clip of the above PV --210 01:00, 7 November 2011 (MST)
- シルエット・ロマンス ("Silhouette Romance") by Ohashi Junko (大橋純子) --210 06:55, 16 April 2008 (MST)
- 異邦人 ("Foreigner") by Kubota Saki (久保田早紀) --210 03:55, 1 May 2008 (MST)
- A short PV of the cover version by Matsumoto Takahiro (松本孝弘; "Tak") of B'z feat. ZARD --210 23:37, 3 May 2008 (MST)
- Full version of the cover --210 02:11, 22 November 2011 (MST)
- A short PV of the cover version by Matsumoto Takahiro (松本孝弘; "Tak") of B'z feat. ZARD --210 23:37, 3 May 2008 (MST)
- Ｇｏｏｄｂｙｅ Ｙｅｓｔｅｒｄａｙ by Imai Miki (今井美樹) --210 04:59, 10 May 2008 (MST)
- 友達の詩 ("The Song of Friends") & 汚れた下着 ("Soiled Underwear") by Nakamura Ataru (中村 中) --210 07:45, 11 May 2008 (MST)
- 聖母たちのララバイ ("The Lullaby of Madonnas") by Iwasaki Hiromi (岩崎宏美) --210 06:26, 3 June 2008 (MST)
- 好きよキャプテン ("Love You Captain") by The Lilies (ザ・リリーズ) --210 07:50, 6 June 2008 (MST)
- 葬列 ("Funeral Possession") by Shiina Ringo (椎名林檎) --210 09:43, 8 June 2008 (MST)
- Original studio recording version --210 01:35, 25 November 2011 (MST)
- 恋におちて－Ｆａｌｌ ｉｎ ｌｏｖｅ－ ("Fall in Love") by Kobayashi Akiko (小林明子) --210 07:35, 1 July 2008 (MST)
- Original studio recording version --210 07:42, 26 November 2011 (MST)
- Ｂｉｒｄ, ｔｏｍｏｒｒｏｗ, & 想い出がいっぱい ("Full of Memories"; cover) by Shimokawa Mikuni (下川みくに) --210 07:35, 7 July 2008 (MST)
- てんとう虫 ("Ladybird") by Hitoto Yo (一青 窈) --210 08:27, 20 July 2008 (MST)
- 空 ("Sky") by Itsuwa Mayumi (五輪真弓) --210 00:55, 27 July 2008 (MST)
- Original studio recording version --210 02:18, 29 November 2011 (MST)
- 海とあなたの物語 ("The Story of the Ocean and You") by Miku leika (未来玲可) --210 00:23, 6 August 2008 (MST)
- ｓｈｏｏｔｉｎｇ ｓｔａｒ－シューティングスター－ ("Shooting Star") & ＤＥＳＴＩＮＹ by MY LITTLE LOVER --210 08:31, 7 August 2008 (MST)
- Original version of the latter song --210 01:22, 10 July 2011 (MST)
- ｂｅｌｉｅｖｅ by Yamaguchi Yuko (山口由子) --210 05:37, 18 August 2008 (MST)
- ブルー・ライト・ヨコハマ ("Blue Light Yokohama") & あなたならどうする ("If It Were You, What Would You Do") by Ishida Ayumi (いしだあゆみ) --210 00:38, 30 August 2008 (MST)
- Live version of the former song --210 02:28, 6 April 2012 (MST)
- Cover version of the former song by Mizumori Kaori (水森かおり) --210 00:35, 9 December 2011 (MST)
- Cover version of the former song by Uehara Takako (上原多香子) --210 09:26, 22 September 2009 (MST)
- ＴＨＥ ＬＡＳＴ ＮＩＧＨＴ by Matsuura Aya (松浦亜弥; "Ayaya") --210 08:18, 24 September 2008 (MST)
- Alternate version of the PV --210 08:31, 14 July 2011 (MST)
- 大阪ラプソディー ("Osaka Rhapsody") by Unabara Senri & Unabara Mari (海原千里・万里) --210 10:11, 14 October 2008 (MST)
- 制服 ("Uniform") & 赤いスイートピー ("Red Sweet Pea") by Matsuda Seiko (松田聖子) --210 08:10, 25 October 2008 (MST)
- Studio recording version of the former song --210 01:34, 17 December 2011 (MST)
- 白い色は恋人の色 ("The White Color Is the Color of Lovers") covered by W --210 08:50, 7 November 2008 (MST)
- タッチ ("Touch") by Iwasaki Yoshimi (岩崎良美) --210 10:33, 14 November 2008 (MST)
- 瀬戸の花嫁 ("The Bride of Seto") by Koyanagi Rumiko (小柳ルミ子) --210 10:13, 23 November 2008 (MST)
- 朧月夜～祈り ("Misty Moon Night ~ Prayer") by Nakashima Mika (中島美嘉) --210 09:19, 5 December 2008 (MST)
- 手紙 ～拝啓 十五の君へ～ ("Letter ~Dear You, To the 15-year-old You~") by Angela Aki (アンジェラ・アキ) --210 09:19, 15 December 2008 (MST)
- おかえり ("Welcome Back"), 三日月 ("Crescent"), Ｉ Ｂｅｌｉｅｖｅ, & ＩＬＯＶＥ ＹＯＵ (covered) by Ayaka (絢香) --210 08:24, 28 December 2008 (MST)
- Live unplugged version of the 1st song --210 01:32, 7 April 2012 (MST)
- Ｌｉｆｅ Ｇｏｅｓ Ｏｎ by Arisaka Mika (有坂美香) --210 04:36, 3 January 2009 (MST)
- 織江の唄 ("The Song of Orie") by Yamazaki Hako (山崎ハコ) --210 07:50, 9 January 2009 (MST)
- 花咲く旅路 ("The Road of the Journey with Blossoming Flowers") by Hara Yuko (原 由子) --210 09:03, 23 January 2009 (MST)
- 木綿のハンカチーフ ("Cotton Handkerchief") by Ohta Hiromi (太田裕美) --210 05:29, 27 January 2009 (MST)
- Cover version by Shiina Ringo (椎名林檎) --210 09:44, 22 November 2011 (MST)
- 飾りじゃないのよ涙は ("Tears Aren't for Decoration") by Nakamori Akina (中森明菜) --210 07:48, 1 February 2009 (MST)
- Ｂｕｔｔｅｒｆｌｙ by Koda Kumi (倖田來未) --210 10:34, 16 February 2009 (MST)
- 待つわ ′０７ ("Waiting '07") by Amin (あみん) --210 11:08, 24 February 2009 (MST)
- サウスポー ("Southpaw") by Pink Lady (ピンク・レディー) --210 01:23, 5 March 2009 (MST)
- 愛のままで・・・ ("Like Love...") by Akimoto Junko (秋元順子) --210 01:06, 10 March 2009 (MST)
- 雨 ("Rain") & 渡良瀬橋 ("Watarase Bridge") by Moritaka Chisato (森高千里) --210 09:54, 15 March 2009 (MST)
- Cover version of the latter song by Matsuura Aya (松浦亜弥; "Ayaya") --210 08:12, 15 November 2010 (MST)
- Ｈｅｙ ｍｙ ｆｒｉｅｎｄ by Tommy heavenly6 --210 07:57, 4 April 2009 (MST)
- モーニングコーヒー ("Morning Coffee") & ＬＯＶＥマシーン ("LOVE Machine") by Morning Musume. (モーニング娘。; 1st generation (former song), 3rd generation (latter song)) --210 06:06, 13 April 2009 (MST)
- 久遠の河 ("Ancient River") by alan --210 06:34, 20 April 2009 (MST)
- ふりぃ ("Free") & 伝えたいこと ("Something to Tell") by Abe Mao (阿部真央; "Abema") --210 08:05, 3 May 2009 (MST)
- Ｒｅａｓｏｎ & Ｓｈｉｎｉｎｇ Ｓｔａｒ☆忘れないから☆ ("Shining Star *Because It Can't Be Forgotten*") by Tamaki Nami (玉置成実) --210 10:24, 13 May 2009 (MST)
- Full dance version of the latter song's PV --210 01:58, 13 January 2012 (MST)
- Behind-the-scenes footage of the latter song's PVs --210 02:30, 13 January 2012 (MST)
- 「・・・ありがとう．．．」("'...Thank You...'") by Kawashima Ai (川嶋あい) --210 09:08, 17 May 2009 (MST)
- ｐｒｏｍｉｓｅ by Hirose Kohmi (広瀬香美) --210 09:23, 23 May 2009 (MST)
- ブルーバード ("Blue Bird") & ふたり ("Two Persons") by Ikimono Gakari (いきものがかり) --210 07:34, 13 June 2009 (MST)
- リルラ リルハ ("Real Life, Real Heart") by Kimura Kaera (木村カエラ) --210 09:53, 19 June 2009 (MST)
- アタックＮｏ．１ ２００５ ("Attack No. 1 2005") by Fukuda Saki (福田沙紀) --210 02:15, 27 June 2009 (MST)
- あなたのキスを数えましょう ～Ｙｏｕ ｗｅｒｅ ｍｉｎｅ～ ("Let's Count Your Kiss ~You were mine~") by Koyanagi Yuki (小柳ゆき) --210 10:12, 7 July 2009 (MST)
- Live version of the song --210 01:29, 15 April 2012 (MST)
- Ｔｉｍｅ ｇｏｅｓ ｂｙ by Every Little Thing --210 00:58, 18 July 2009 (MST)
- ＣＡＮ ＹＯＵ ＣＥＬＥＢＲＡＴＥ？by Amuro Namie (安室奈美恵) --210 06:53, 31 July 2009 (MST)
- Studio recording version (PV) --210 07:33, 4 August 2009 (MST)
- ｓｎｏｗ ｔｅａｒｓ & ゆずれない願い ("Unyielding Wish"; covered) by Nakagawa Shoko (中川翔子; "Shoko-tan") --210 07:42, 14 August 2009 (MST)
- ＡＬＩＶＥ by SPEED --210 07:44, 23 August 2009 (MST)
- Live version of the song by Imai Eriko (今井絵理子) --210 03:04, 19 April 2012 (MST)
- やさしいキスをして ("Kiss Softly") by DREAMS COME TRUE --210 06:50, 7 September 2009 (MST)
- Ｓｕｇａｒ Ｂａｂｙ Ｌｏｖｅ covered in Japanese, & 淋しい熱帯魚 ("Lonely Tropical Fish") by Wink --210 06:56, 15 September 2009 (MST)
- Ｆｌｙ Ｓｏ Ｈｉｇｈ by Yamada Yu (山田 優) --210 07:11, 23 September 2009 (MST)
- Ｂｕｔｔｅｒｆｌｙ by Imai Eriko (今井絵理子) --210 10:28, 12 October 2009 (MST)
- 碧いうさぎ ("Blue Rabbit") by Sakai Noriko (酒井法子; "NORI-P") --210 09:39, 18 October 2009 (MST)
- タイヨウのうた ("The Song of the Sun") by Sawajiri Erika (沢尻エリカ; ERIKA) as Amane Kaoru (雨音 薫) --210 06:55, 26 October 2009 (MST)
- Ｆｉｒｓｔ Ｌｏｖｅ & Ａｕｔｏｍａｔｉｃ by Utada Hikaru (宇多田ヒカル; "Hikki") --210 08:41, 3 November 2009 (MST)
- Studio recording version (PV) of the former song --210 02:21, 13 December 2010 (MST)
- サイレント・イヴ ("Silent Eve") by Karashima Midori (辛島美登里) --210 07:15, 15 November 2009 (MST)
- グッド・バイ・マイ・ラブ ("Goodbye My Love") by Ann Lewis (アン・ルイス) --210 00:26, 26 November 2009 (MST)
- さくらんぼ ("Cherry") by Otsuka Ai (大塚 愛) --210 02:45, 8 December 2009 (MST)
- ひだまりの詩 ("Sunny Verses") by Fujita Emi (藤田恵美) --210 01:24, 19 December 2009 (MST)
- 雨の御堂筋 ("Midosuji in Rain") & ラヴ・イズ・オーヴァー ("Love Is Over") by Ouyang Fei-fei (欧陽菲菲) --210 22:12, 25 December 2009 (MST)
- Ｉｎｆｉｎｉｔｙ by GIRL NEXT DOOR --210 23:07, 3 January 2010 (MST)
- セーラー服を脱がさないで ("Please Don't Take Off My Sailor Suit") by Onyanko Club (おニャン子クラブ) --210 01:07, 16 January 2010 (MST)
- Live version of the song in the group's farewell performance --210 03:16, 25 January 2012 (MST)
- The group reprising it in a CM aired last month (short & long versions) --210 23:35, 18 February 2010 (MST)
- The group reprising it in an FNS Music Festival special (the last song of the clip) --210 09:31, 24 January 2012 (MST)
- Cover version by AKB48 --210 02:02, 4 May 2010 (MST)
- サクラサク ("Cherry Blossoms Blooming") by Kitano Kii (北乃きい) --210 23:30, 22 January 2010 (MST)
- 微笑みがえし ("Return of a Smile") by Candies (キャンディーズ) --210 06:48, 9 February 2010 (MST)
- Studio recording version --210 02:36, 26 January 2012 (MST)
- 亜麻色の髪の乙女 ("The Girl with the Flaxen Hair") covered by Hamasaki Ayumi (浜崎あゆみ; "Ayu") & Shimatani Hitomi (島谷ひとみ) --210 00:38, 23 February 2010 (MST)
- Ｂｅｓｔ Ｆｒｉｅｎｄ & 会いたくて 会いたくて ("Wanna Meet You, Wanna Meet You") by Nishino Kana (西野カナ) --210 23:36, 26 February 2010 (MST)
- Ｌａｃｒｉｍｏｓａ by Kalafina --210 07:02, 7 March 2010 (MST)
- Ｔｉｍｅｌｅｓｓ Ｓｌｅｅｐ by GARNET CROW --210 01:17, 19 March 2010 (MST)
- 風になる ("Become the Wind") by Tsuji Ayano (つじあやの) --210 00:31, 8 April 2010 (MST)
- 桜の花びらたち ("The Petals of Cherry Blossoms"; 2008 version), マジジョテッペンブルース ("Majijo Teppen Blues"), & 上からマリコ ("Mariko from the Top") by AKB48 --210 02:22, 18 April 2010 (MST)
- ＧＩＶＥ ＭＥ ＦＩＶＥ！ by Baby Blossom --210 09:49, 29 January 2012 (MST)
- Live version of the song --210 01:14, 1 February 2012 (MST)
- Live version of the song on a TV show --210 11:35, 26 April 2012 (MST)
- TV coverage about the song & its 34-min. drama-MV --210 09:49, 29 January 2012 (MST)
- The full drama-MV --210 09:57, 23 May 2012 (MST)
- Info about the song & its drama-MV --210 09:09, 24 May 2012 (MST)
- ゆ・れ・て 湘南 ("Shake It, Shonan") by Ishikawa Hidemi (石川秀美) --210 23:19, 28 April 2010 (MST)
- 海を越えるバトン ("The Baton That Crosses the Sea"; partly sung in Mandarin) by amin (アミン) --210 01:38, 11 May 2010 (MST)
- 硝子坂 ("Glass Slope") by Takada Mizue (高田みづえ) --210 06:11, 20 May 2010 (MST)
- あんなに一緒だったのに ("We've Been Together Like That") by See-Saw --210 00:47, 30 May 2010 (MST)
- お誂え向きのＤｅｓｔｉｎｙ ("Ideal Destiny") by KEY WEST CLUB --210 01:58, 11 June 2010 (MST)
- Ｃａｔ'ｓ Ｅｙｅ covered by MAX --210 00:10, 24 June 2010 (MST)
- Another cover version by E-Girls --210 14:38, 2 May 2012 (MST)
- 千の風になって ("Turning into a Thousand Winds") covered by Assy (アッシー) --210 04:12, 4 July 2010 (MST)
- 恋しさと せつなさと 心強さと ("With Loving, Painfulness, and Reassurance") by Shinohara Ryoko (篠原涼子) w/ t.komuro (小室哲哉) --210 23:10, 30 July 2010 (MST)
- ＢＯＹ ＭＥＥＴＳ ＧＩＲＬ by trf --210 00:27, 13 August 2010 (MST)
- Ｌｉｔｔｌｅ Ｂｒａｖｅｒ by Girls Dead Monster --210 01:05, 23 August 2010 (MST)
- 心のこり ("Remnant of the Heart") covered by Shimazu Aya (島津亜矢) --210 01:42, 30 August 2010 (MST)
- 月の砂漠 ("Desert in the Moonlight") by Yuki Saori (由紀さおり) & Yasuda Sachiko (安田祥子) --210 02:35, 11 September 2010 (MST)
- 世界中の誰よりきっと ("Surely, Comparing to Anyone in the World") by Nakayama Miho (中山美穂) & WANDS --210 01:49, 26 September 2010 (MST)
- センチ・メタル・ボーイ ("Senti-metal Boy") by Kirara & Urara (キララとウララ) --210 03:05, 4 October 2010 (MST)
- Cover version by W --210 03:22, 4 October 2010 (MST)
- サヨンの鐘 ("The Bell of Sayon") by Watanabe Hamako (渡辺はま子) --210 03:32, 12 October 2010 (MST)
- 女のためいき ("A Woman's Sigh") covered by Sakamoto Fuyumi (坂本冬美) --210 00:45, 26 October 2010 (MST)
- ＯＮＥ by Suzuki Ami (鈴木亜美) --210 02:10, 4 November 2010 (MST)
- Ａｔａｓｈｉ by Tsuchiya Anna (土屋アンナ) --210 23:19, 22 November 2010 (MST)
- 恋のフーガ ("The Fugue of Love") by The Peanuts (ザ・ピーナッツ) --210 01:01, 30 November 2010 (MST)
- Cover version by W --210 01:01, 30 November 2010 (MST)
- 黒ネコのタンゴ ("The Black Cat's Tango") covered in Japanese by Minagawa Osamu (皆川おさむ) --210 02:21, 11 December 2010 (MST)
- Cover version by Catherine (きゃさりん) --210 02:21, 11 December 2010 (MST)
- 面影 ("Vestige") by Shimazaki Yuri (しまざき由理) --210 03:14, 19 December 2010 (MST)
- 残酷な天使のテーゼ ("A Cruel Angel's Thesis") covered by angela & Ishikawa Chiaki (石川智晶) --210 03:58, 28 December 2010 (MST)
- Cover version by MAX --210 02:12, 4 February 2012 (MST)
- 惚れたが悪いか ("Fallen in Love, But Is It Bad") by Ishikawa Sayuri (石川さゆり) --210 00:55, 10 January 2011 (MST)
- Ｄｅａｒ Ｊ & １０年後の君へ ("To You of 10 Years Later") by Itano Tomomi (板野友美; "Tomo-chin") --210 06:56, 27 January 2011 (MST)
- 愛の呪文 ("The Magic Spell of Love") by Agnes Chan (アグネス・チャン) --210 10:03, 15 February 2011 (MST)
- 子連れ狼 ("The Wolf Accompanied with His Child") by Hashi Yukio (橋 幸夫) --210 04:07, 27 February 2011 (MST)
- 姿三四郎 ("Sugata Sanshiro") by Sugata Noriko (姿 憲子) --210 04:04, 9 March 2011 (MST)
- ０時前のツンデレラ ("Cinderella Before Midnight") by misono --210 03:16, 23 March 2011 (MST)
- プールに賭けた青春 ("The Youth That Was Bet on the Pool") by Horie Mitsuko (堀江美都子) (the voice of Sailor Galaxia) --210 02:17, 31 March 2011 (MST)
- 七つの海を渡る风のように ("Like the Wind That Crosses the Seven Seas") by Aiuchi Rina (愛內里菜) & Saegusa Yuka (三枝夕夏) --210 08:40, 8 April 2011 (MST)
- 夜明けのうた ("The Song of Dawn") by Tokyo Incident (東京事変) --210 00:53, 16 April 2011 (MST)
- Ｅｔｅｒｎａｌ Ｌｏｖｅ ２００３ by Iijima Mari (飯島真理) --210 04:55, 26 April 2011 (MST)
- 孤独なランナー ("The Lonely Runner") by SDN48 --210 03:24, 8 May 2011 (MST)
- 息もできない ("Can't Even Breathe") by ZARD aka Sakai Izumi (坂井泉水) --210 10:17, 18 May 2011 (MST)
- おどるポンポコリン ("Dancing Ponpokorin") by B.B.QUEENS (Ｂ.Ｂ.クイーンズ) --210 02:12, 28 May 2011 (MST)
- また明日．．．("Tomorrow Again...") by JUJU --210 01:48, 4 June 2011 (MST)
- 四つのお願い ("The Four Wishes") by Chiaki Naomi (ちあきなおみ) --210 07:34, 14 June 2011 (MST)
- 二人でお酒を ("Let Us Two Have Sake Together") by Azusa Michiyo (梓みちよ) --210 01:37, 28 June 2011 (MST)
- Cover version by Teresa Teng (テレサ・テン) --210 02:23, 18 August 2011 (MST)
- 月の裏側 ("The Other Side of the Moon") by DiVA --210 02:31, 6 July 2011 (MST)
- Live version of the song --210 02:31, 6 July 2011 (MST)
- 愛のうた ("The Song of Love") by STRAWBERRY FLOWER (ストロベリー・フラワー) --210 03:46, 17 July 2011 (MST)
- 夢の中へ ("Into the Dream") covered by Saito Yuki (斉藤由貴) --210 02:31, 25 July 2011 (MST)
- ヘビーローテーション ("Heavy Rotation") covered by SKE48 --210 07:32, 5 August 2011 (MST)
- Band version of the song by Baby Blossom --210 11:46, 26 April 2012 (MST)
- Ｚ伝説〜終わりなき革命〜 ("The Legend of Z ~Endless Revolution~") by Momoiro Clover Z (ももいろクローバーＺ; "Momokuro") --210 01:36, 15 August 2011 (MST)
- Live version of the song --210 10:58, 8 May 2012 (MST)
- 翼の折れたエンジェル ("The Angel with Broken Wings") by Nakamura Ayumi (中村あゆみ) --210 01:09, 24 August 2011 (MST)
- The same song by a much younger her --210 01:34, 26 August 2011 (MST)
- 花嫁 ("Bride") by Norihiko Hashida & Climax (はしだのりひことクライマックス) --210 00:16, 4 September 2011 (MST)
- The same song by Sakamoto Fuyumi (坂本冬美; cover) & Hashida Norihiko (はしだのりひこ) --210 00:27, 7 September 2011 (MST)
- かけめぐる青春 ("Youth Running Around") by Beauty Pair (ビューティ・ペア) --210 03:17, 17 September 2011 (MST)
- 青春のラップタイム ("Lap Time of Youth") by NMB48 --210 08:33, 25 September 2011 (MST)
- A TV coverage about the song (performance by Team N of the group) --210 08:57, 25 September 2011 (MST)
- 捕食者たちよ ("Hey Predators") by NMB48 Red Group (ＮＭＢ４８ 紅組) --210 00:26, 15 October 2011 (MST)
- 結晶 ("Crystal") by NMB48 White Group (ＮＭＢ４８ 白組) --210 01:27, 28 October 2011 (MST)
- ＤＥＰＡＲＴＵＲＥＳ by globe --210 06:49, 5 October 2011 (MST)
- 夢をあきらめないで ("Don't Give up Your Dream") by Okamura Takako (岡村孝子) --210 23:31, 4 November 2011 (MST)
- 初恋 ("First Love") covered by Mita Hiroko (三田寛子) --210 02:13, 20 November 2011 (MST)
- １９８６年のマリリン ("Marilyn of 1986") by Honda Minako (本田美奈子) --210 06:36, 30 November 2011 (MST)
- さらば涙と言おう ("Say Goodbye in Tears") covered by Ishino Mako (石野真子) --210 07:30, 11 December 2011 (MST)
- 青春の坂道 ("The Slope of Youth") by Okada Nana (岡田奈々) --210 23:50, 19 December 2011 (MST)
- 津軽海峡・冬景色 ("Tsugaru Strait - Winter Scene") by Ishikawa Sayuri (石川さゆり) --210 00:56, 30 December 2011 (MST)
- Original studio recording version from her younger days --210 09:25, 4 July 2012 (MST)
- Cover version by Yaida Hitomi (矢井田瞳; "Yaiko") --210 03:27, 6 July 2012 (MST)
- Cover version by Angela Aki (アンジェラ・アキ) --210 01:19, 30 December 2011 (MST)
- 浪漫飛行 ("Romantic Flight") covered by HALCALI --210 01:57, 10 January 2012 (MST)
- ＦＯＲＥＶＥＲ〜ギンガム・チェック Ｓｔｏｒｙ〜 ("FOREVER ~Gingham Check Story~") by SHOHJO-TAI (少女隊) --210 01:42, 19 January 2012 (MST)
- Live version of the song --210 07:37, 19 January 2012 (MST)
- みずいろの雨 ("Turquoise Rain") by Yagami Junko (八神純子) --210 02:03, 29 January 2012 (MST)
- ハピネス ("Happiness") by AI --210 08:25, 11 February 2012 (MST)
- シャイニング バタフライ ("Shining Butterfly") by Dream Morning Musume. (ドリーム モーニング娘。) --210 00:21, 21 February 2012 (MST)
- ぐるぐるカーテン ("The Curtain Turning Round and Round") by Nogizaka46 (乃木坂４６) --210 10:42, 29 February 2012 (MST)
- 空と君のあいだに ("Between the Sky and You") covered by Goto Maki (後藤真希; "Gomaki") --210 09:48, 10 March 2012 (MST)
- 桜 ("Cherry Blossom") covered by Kumaki Anri (熊木杏里) --210 01:49, 21 March 2012 (MST)
- 小さなリンジー ("Little Lindsay") by Tanaka Mahiro (田中茉裕) --210 02:09, 31 March 2012 (MST)
- 太陽がくれた季節 ("Season of the Sun") by Blue Triangle (青い三角定規) --210 01:41, 12 April 2012 (MST)
- Live version of the song by Nishiguchi Kumiko (西口久美子; "Kuko") several decades later --210 02:24, 12 April 2012 (MST)
- ルージュの伝言 ("The Message of Rouge") by Arai Yumi (荒井由実; "Yuming") --210 09:20, 20 April 2012 (MST)
- 色づく街 ("The Town Painted in Colors") by Minami Saori (南 沙織; "Cynthia") --210 07:25, 1 May 2012 (MST)
- もしも明日が・・・。("If Tomorrow Is....") by Warabe (わらべ) --210 08:09, 11 May 2012 (MST)
- あなたは幸せになる ("Happiness Will Befall You") by Fujita Maiko (藤田麻衣子) --210 01:52, 20 May 2012 (MST)
- ＩＢＥＬＩＥＶＥ by Tomomi Kahala (華原朋美; "Tomo-chan") --210 02:42, 30 May 2012 (MST)
- 粉雪 ("Powdery Snow") covered by Hinouchi Emi (日之内エミ) --210 02:59, 9 June 2012 (MST)
- 冬が来る前に ("Before the Coming of Winter") by Kami Fusen (紙ふうせん) --210 07:54, 20 June 2012 (MST)
- Live version of the song --210 07:54, 20 June 2012 (MST)
- ヘドバンギャー！！("Headbanger!!") by BABYMETAL --210 09:17, 30 June 2012 (MST)
- 昴 ("The Pleiades") covered by Misora Hibari (美空ひばり) --210 03:44, 10 July 2012 (MST)
By various artists in Hong Kong for the 2008 Sichuan quake in China: 承諾 ("Promise") - note that they sang in the national language instead of their usual Cantonese dialect.
(U) - Usagi / Sailor Moon 'v' - Akumi / Dark Mercury (M) - Rei / Sailor Mars (4) - Makoto / Sailor Jupiter (V) - Minako / Sailor Venus / Sailor V
しあわせの予感 ("Presentiment of Happiness") ☆ おかあさん ("Mother") エースをねらえ ("Aim at the Ace") ☆ 父をもとめて ("Looking for Dad") ☆ Ｍｙ Ｆｒｉｅｎｄｓ 燃えろアタック ("Burn, Attack") ☆ Ｏｎ Ｙｏｕｒ Ｍａｒｋ ☆ ＣＯＳＭＩＣ ＬＯＶＥ * コンディション・グリーン ～緊急発進～ ("Condition Green ~Scramble~") ダンバイン とぶ ("Fly, Dunbine") / Aura Road ☆ Ｔｓｕｂａｓａ ("Wing") ゲキテイ（檄！帝国華撃団）("Geki Tei (Manifesto! Imperial Assault Corps)") あしたへアタック ("Attack on Tomorrow") _______ * All OPs & EDs of the show, including the OP using this song