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A chronological collection of interviews with Hirohiko Araki and others related to the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure franchise. Sources range from magazine Q&As to transcripts of live-talks. Citations are provided for translations from other online sources, and those without translations are tagged accordingly. For more thoughts from Araki not found on this page, see the Author's Note or JoJonium Interview pages.

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2006 to 2015

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Nisio Isin: Author of Monogatari Series, Katanagatari, etc.

Hirohiko Araki: Author of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures.

Interviewer: MYST

Points in common between Araki’s and Nisio’s works

Interviewer: So apparently, Araki-sensei made his debut in the same year that Nisio-san was born.

Nisio: I was born in 1981.

Araki: I made my debut in the 1981 New Year’s issue [of Weekly Shounen Jump].

Nisio: It feels like fate
if you can call it that, haha.

Araki: That’s amazing. At 24, you’ve already written so much in 4 or 5 years.

Nisio: I’m not sure how long I can keep writing, but for now I’ll keep writing as much as I can. I’m on my 15th book now.

Interviewer: Araki-sensei, did everything go smoothly after you debuted?

Araki: Not at all, it feels like I only started polishing my skills after I debuted. They let me debut before I had any style or originality as a manga artist. I had to learn a lot then, and it wasn’t until Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures that I really got started.

Nisio: I also loved your manga before Jojo, like Mahou Shounen Biitii, Gorgeous Irene, and Baoo Raihousha. Your manga all feel like my roots, there’s so much I’ve learned from them.

Araki: Oh yes, your novels do seem to have some points in common. I’ve started reading from Kubikiri Cycle [first book of Zaregoto Series] and haven’t read your latest books, but your characters all seem modern. It might also because a lot of them are geniuses, but they all think they’re superior and don’t respect others. It was interesting how the main character tries to confront those geniuses despite feeling inferior.

Their dialogue sounds like advertising slogans. I like that. Like those lines at the beginning of each chapter. The main character keeps banging out lines like that. That was very fresh and interesting.

Nisio: Thank you. My hands are trembling. I’m so happy that you’ve read my books.

I think Jojo is a wonderful manga, and I wish I could have all of humanity read it. It’s so good that it makes me want to recommend it to other people
somehow it feels like I have to go out of my way to say how much I like it.

Making characters seem powerful using powerful lines

Nisio: Earlier you said that I write lines like advertising slogans, but I think that’s partly because of your influence. It’s more than a verbal tic, it’s a single line that encapsulates a character. A line that only that character could say


Araki: I try to include a character’s personal philosophy in what they say. Their unique way of thinking.

Nisio: That might why you’re different. Even in another story, no one else could say those lines. Even if somebody else used your lines, they wouldn’t become famous quotes. “Road roller!” only leaves an impact because it’s Dio who says it.

Araki: You have some great ones, too. “There’s always someone better, but at the top they’re all below you.” and a lot of others. Those are really good. They make you think. I think everyone likes those. They make you stop and think ‘that’s true’.

Interviewer: They’re cool and hook you in, and they’re convincing.

Araki: Lines like that make characters seem more powerful. It makes you wonder what would happen if that character was the culprit. It’s hard to stop reading.

Nisio: Jojo had a big influence on that. The enemy characters in Jojo all have depth.

Araki: Yes, I was going for that.

Nisio: There are no throwaway characters. Especially after Stands come into the story, there are Stands that seems weak but can be strong depending on how they’re used. Like (Stand: Bad Company. Only 10 cm tall, but 500 in number!) might just be the strongest.

Araki: That’s right, haha. Well for manga in the eighties, the enemies always keep getting stronger and stronger. But there has to be a limit somewhere, and it gets tremendously exhausting.

Nisio: Like when they go ‘the one you just defeated was the weakest of us.’

Araki: To break through that, I tried to have characters that are strong from an alternate point of view, or who are only strong in a single aspect.

Nisio: So like ‘There’s no such thing as strong or weak.’

Araki: It’s so exhausting to write manga where the enemies keep getting stronger and stronger. It’s like, “they’re already this strong, and they’re still getting stronger!?” and every week you worry about what you’re going to do. And then you get to the height of the bubble and it’s like, what now? It’s a very scary writing method. It’s fine if you do it once. When the strongest enemy gets introduced, you’ll get so popular that the publisher tells you not to stop. But as a writer, you can’t go any further.

Nisio: I wonder who started this inflation of power. It must have been a really crazy idea at first
 Whoever it was, using this technique is like reaching a dead end or slash-and-burn farming. I think Jojo was a revolution in that area.

Araki: It was more like an escape route than a revolution, haha. But I think that’s how people work.

It’s like how someone with a strong punch isn’t necessarily strong.

Nisio: Someone you could beat depending on your strategy, I guess.

Interviewer: If you’re fighting Bush and he has nuclear missiles, you still might beat him with a bat. For example, Hara Tetsuo wrote Fist of the North Star so that whoever says the most powerful lines wins.

Nisio: That makes sense.

Araki: That seems like something you’d be familiar with.

Nisio: Novels are only words, after all. The main thing is dialogue. So characters that say powerful lines do become stronger.

Araki: I’ve also noticed something unique about your characters. They’re mentally strong somehow. They’re complete geniuses, but also lacking things or searching for things. That’s something refreshing, and it makes the story’s world interesting.

Nisio: Thank you. I have no words. Speaking of characters, I like Part 4 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures because it has so many unique characters. I like Tonio the most, but it’s such an all-star cast.

Araki: Thank you. I hear that the writer Otsuichi-san [mystery/horror writer] also likes Part 4 the most. I wonder if it’s a generational thing.

The appeal of Jojo and its impact on Nisio Isin as a grade schooler

Nisio: When I read your manga for the first time, it was when Ebony Devil, that doll from Part 3, slices off a hotel worker’s face with a razor. I remember it being really scary.

Araki: That must have been tough to read as a kid.

Nisio: Of course, I didn’t understand what Stands were, and that made it even scarier. I was creeped out by this weird armored warrior but thought Joutarou was really cool. I didn’t understand the logic or style of it so it was completely mysterious, but I could tell that it was in a different vein from the other manga being published at the time.

Even now, Jojo hasn’t fallen behind to imitators. Nowadays Shounen Jump has more manga with Stand-like abilities, but Jojo still sets itself apart. It’s not that it’s the original, but there’s something clearly different about it.

Why Nisio Isin became a writer

Araki: What made you decide to be a writer? How did you get started writing?

Nisio: To be honest, I originally wanted to be a manga artist. But I quickly realized that I couldn’t draw. No matter how I practiced, I wouldn’t get better. Then thought that since writing get printed, it doesn’t matter if my handwriting is bad or anything. So in a way, I’m writing the novelization of a manga that’s in my head.

Araki: So you might get your novels adapted into manga?

Nisio: That’s true. There are many scenes in my head that I have an image of. Like someone standing in front of the sound effect “ギギギギギ.” I think Kadono Kouhei-sensei said something similar. [author, mainly known for Boogiepop series]

Araki: So you start with an image and replace it with words. The desire to write feels like something that comes welling out, but I wonder how that works.

Nisio: When you read something good, it makes you want to try it. Of course, reading your manga gives me motivation. It’s something like that.

Araki: Like ‘I could make something a little better’.

Nisio: When you see something wonderful, you can’t help but want to try doing it.

Araki: That’s true. Drawing is like that for me, like when I see a drawing that makes me wonder how it was drawn. It’s like a riddle I want to solve.

For example, there are manga artists who can draw lines in unbelievable directions. Normally you go from up to down or right to left, but they’re clearly doing it differently. Like Hara Tetsuo. I don’t know how he draws those lines, if he does them upside down or what.

For painting too, I wonder how someone made a color and things like that. It fires me up somehow.

Interviewer: Did you solve Hara’s riddle?

Araki:Not quite. I tried to draw beautiful smooth lines like him, but it wasn’t the same.

Nisio: I’ve thought something similar when reading your manga. When I read Janken Kozou for example, I was surprised at how you could portray Rock Paper Scissors. I thought that I couldn’t casually play Rock Paper Scissors anymore. To me, you’re not just a manga artist, you’re an artist.

Araki: I can’t really see that, haha. I’ve always felt lacking as a person somehow, and I want to become a full person. I’m not sure exactly what a full person is, but I’ve always wanted to become one since I was young.

Interviewer: Nisio-san, when you finished your Zaregoto Series after 9 volumes, you’ve said that “after finishing this piece of work, I’m not a rookie anymore.” Araki-sensei, with which manga did you feel like you’ve finished a job?

Araki: I don’t think there is one. My publisher keeps telling me I should write something new besides Jojo, but it feels weird to start something new before finishing Jojo. So I might keep writing it.

Nisio: For your entire life?

Araki: I don’t know.

Nisio: As long as there are Jojo stories, at least.

Araki: That’s true. But I’m writing about human relationships, so it never ends. Until humanity dies out.

Interviewer: How about when you stopped feeling like a rookie?

Araki: That would have to be when new manga artists come out. Before I knew it, the only one who’s been in Jump longer was Akimoto Osamu [author of Kochikame, the longest-running series in Weekly Shonen Jump, running 1976-2016], and I thought, “Huh, there’s only Akimoto-sensei?”, so I definitely couldn’t think of myself as a rookie anymore.

Interviewer: That’s quite some time since you debuted. [8 years?]

Araki: Yeah. I was trying to write with a youthful feeling. But then at like parties, when I looked around everyone was younger than me, and I went “Wha-?”. They would say “we can’t get started until you drink”, and I thought “Oh, this is bad”. Nisio-san, a time like that will come for you, too. It’s a lonely feeling. It really is nice to have some elders around.

Defeating enemies without inflating power levels

Nisio: Before, I said that Part 4 was my favorite, but sometimes it’s Part 1 or Part 2


Interviewer: You like all of them, haha.

Nisio: I like how the enemies were defeated in Part 1 and Part 2, before Stands were introduced. They were mental, tactical battles, and it might just be because I like mystery books, but I love those kind of strategical tricks. Even after Stands came into the story, the mental battles were the most captivating.

Araki: Ah, yes. In shounen manga, there’s this pattern of beating enemies using willpower. I couldn’t accept it. I thought, “Are you really going to use willpower here?”. There is that amazing strength people that have during fires. That makes sense, but I still couldn’t accept it. Like, “If you’re going to do it with willpower, show it in your attitude.” I wanted some kind of logic behind it.

A long time ago, Shirato Sanpei-sensei used to write ninja manga (such as Sasuke, Ninja Bugeichou, and Kamui Gaiden), and they don’t defeat enemies with ninjutsu or magic in those. They used these kind of tricks, things with logic behind them. Like digging a hole in the ground and setting off gunpowder. It made me go “wow”. That influenced me.

Nisio: Like this thing you have to explain.

Araki: It won’t seem interesting unless there’s some kind of reason.

Nisio: In Part 2, did you just come up with the idea for the battle with Wamuu to be on chariots?

Araki: No, I think I was inspired. In shounen manga, I like when the battles are one-on-one in some kind of arena. This arena could be a narrow clifftop, or one where you lose if you leave the arena, and it’s fun to make a lot of rules. I think that’s where the idea for that chariot battle came from. Having some restrictions, so it’s not everything goes.

Nisio: In Jojo, the fights are one-on-one, or at most two-on-two, aren’t they?

Araki: That’s true. If there’s too many people, it’ll become like one of those old war manga. That seems tiring to just to write, so two-on-two is the most for me.

Backgrounds in manga vs. having to describe in novels

Interviewer: As a writer, is there anything you’re jealous about Araki-sensei for?

Nisio: I’m very jealous that unlike novels, you can draw backgrounds in manga. It’s hard to portray backgrounds in novels.

Araki: But even if you don’t write anything, the reader can imagine something.

Nisio: Drawings have incredible persuasive power. There are things that you can draw, but when you write about it, it turns into an explanation.

And then, you go “oh, I wrote an explanation” and feel intense regret
 It won’t be a slogan anymore. I have this obsession that once I write an explanation, it’s all over, and it’s hard to deal with. So when I have insert illustrations in my books, it makes me feel that I can’t match the strengths of visual information.

Araki: I once read a story about a beautiful picture. There wasn’t any description about the picture. But the readers can imagine something. If you wrote a manga with that story, you would have to draw the picture. Even if it was Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, it would just be a copy. It’s something that gets ruined if you draw it. But if you don’t describe the picture like that story did, if you just say it’s amazing, then the reader will believe it.

Nisio: Purposefully not writing something.

Araki: I think it’s better if you don’t write about it.

Nisio: I’ve used a technique of writing something that’s impossible to visualize a few times. I think that’s the only way to explain something that isn’t there
 You can write about things that you can’t even draw.

Oh yeah, I’ve used that technique in Shin Honkaku Mahou Shoujo Risuka, which is illustrated by Nishimura Kinu-sensei. I wrote about a ‘jacket like a safety pin.’ It was supposed to be clothing from a fantasy world, and then Nishimura-sensei ended up drawing it. I thought ‘oh, it got drawn.’

Araki: That’s impressive. I’ve also drawn a few insert illustrations. There was a character who has an arm injury throughout the book. So I drew an injured arm, but then at the end it said that the injury was on the left arm, and I had drawn it on the right arm. I thought, “do I have to redo the whole thing?”

You really have to read carefully. Insert illustrations are hard to draw, too. That’s why it’s impressive. Figuring out what a jacket that’s looks like a safety pin is like


Nisio: When I know that there will be insert illustrations, I try to make it easier for my illustrators to draw them.

Araki: The illustrations for Zaregoto Series have an atmosphere to them too.

Nisio: Take-san is the one drawing them. I remember at first, when I was talking to my editor, I asked for them to be ‘Jojo-ish’, haha. That was supposed to be about the level of realism or reality in the illustrations
and then they came out like this.

Araki: It’s nice to see that the Jojo-ish part came through. When you line up the 9 volumes like this, you can really see an improvement in skill. I like these pop-style backgrounds, too.

Which writer is the biggest Jojo fan?

Araki: Nisio-san, which authors do you like?

Nisio: I’d have to say Kadano Kouhei-sensei. He’s famous for being a Jojo fan. He’s the biggest Jojo fan among writers.

Nisio’s editor: Just a while ago, when I told him that you were going to see Araki-sensei, he went silent for a few seconds and coldly said, “Oh, is that it so”, haha.

Nisio: A long time ago, when I read an interview between you and Otsuichi-sensei in Yomu Jump [magazine associated with Weekly Shounen Jump], I was so jealous that he got to meet you.

Araki: Otsuichi-san was writing for Shueisha [company publishing Jump], after all.

Interviewer: Nisio-san, if you were going to write a novelization of Jojo, what would it be like?

Nisio: I would write about Part 2, or maybe Part 1. Where the enemies are vampires and perfect lifeforms.

Araki: Not violence.

Nisio: I would choose not to use Stands. That way there wouldn’t be anything in common with Otsuichi-sensei is doing. [Otsuichi’s Jojo novelization is set in Part 4]

Araki: You don’t want to do the same thing as him?

Nisio: I really don’t to do the same thing as anyone else. If I did, it would turn into a contest with Otsuichi-sensei. What if I lose? If winning makes you the bigger Jojo fan that’d be terrible.

Interviewer: You can’t stand losing, not as an author, but as a fan?

Nisio: They might say “you call yourself a Jojo fan, but that’s all you can write?” or “you don’t love Jojo enough”, and make fun of me, haha. So if that happens I’ll say “Oh, my favorite part is Part 1” to get away.

Interviewer: For Part 1 and 2, there’s the issue of viewpoint. Whose perspective would you write from?

Nisio: Part 4 is Kouichi-kun. For Part 1, it’s Speedwagon. Part 2 was
did he have a name? That pickpocket boy at the beginning
ah, I can’t remember. This is bad.

Araki: He was there, haha.

Nisio: Otsuichi-sensei and Kadano-sensei are laughing right now, haha.

Interviewer: When did you understand how Stands worked?

Nisio: I somehow figured it out as I was reading. Like how when Stands get injured, their users also get injured. There was an explanation of what Stands were at the beginning of one of the volumes, and it all made sense after that. That was really helpful.

Araki: It’s a good thing I wrote that, haha. Most people said they didn’t understand Stands.

Nisio: I liked the battles with the D’arby brothers. That’s how I learned how to play poker. I was in elementary school and didn’t know the rules of poker, so I didn’t know what kind of battle that was, haha. So I went to a bookstore and browsed through a poker rulebook.

Araki: Oh really? When I was writing that I assumed everybody knew how to play poker. It seemed like everybody at least knows poker.

Nisio:I was in elementary school, after all. After that I really wanted to play poker, haha. I wanted to say things like, “I bet all six chips.”

Interviewer: You’ve learned a lot from Jojo.

Nisio: That’s absolutely true. I want to keep learning more and more.

Araki: Thank you. I can tell how strong your feelings are.[1]
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[Translated by Sword Translations]

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Renowned artist and ageless wunderkind Hirohiko Araki (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Baoh, Steel Ball Run) recently gave a lecture at Tokai Junior & High School in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, as part of their Saturday Program series, as transcribed/compiled by @JOJO, Japan's premier site for Jojo-related news. Due to its length this entry will be broken into 2 parts.

The lecture hall was filled to its 1,500 person capacity. There were so many people that there was a delay while people moved in and out of the hall, and the lecture began 15 minutes later than planned, at 12:45.

12:45: The Lecture Hall

After a student MC introduces Mr. Araki and his body of work, he abruptly pops up on stage, at which time the hall erupts into a deafening round of applause. Mr. Araki, quite nervous at the reception, immediately has a slip of the tongue, saying "I'm a little honored to meet all of you today." "I'm a little..no..quite messed up. I feel like I've met an entire lifetime's worth of people today." Although he claims that he is not a performer, and asks not to expect laughs, he claims "I'm just going to meander along today," scoring some unintentional laughs.

Reason For Accepting The Invitation

Araki, who marks his 25th year as a manga artist this year, used to dislike (from well over a decade ago) being told "I used to read your comics!" "I was a fan when I was young!" etc, since it stirred fears within him that perhaps he was getting old, and becoming irrelevant. But in the past 5 years or so, he has had a gradual change of heart, and has begun to enjoy and appreciate the accolades he gets, especially from older people and people in esteemed positions in society. Also, when he was younger he may have been writing manga to benefit himself and his publisher's bottom line, but now he has a slightly different point of view and wants to give back to people, especially younger people. That's when he got an invitation from Saturday Program, and, figuring it would probably just be a classroom of 30-40 people, he said "sure, I'll do it." However, he arrived today to this circus, and thought, "this wasn't what I signed up for." (audience bursts into laughter)

Motives For Drawing Manga, Family, Days of Youth

Young Araki lived with his father, an office worker, his mother, a stay-at-home mom, and younger identical twin sisters. Those sisters were quite a handful: for example, if there were 3 snacks, the sisters, upon arriving home first, would eat all 3, and then proceed to conceal any traces of evidence. Growing up, young Araki, thinking that there weren't any snacks, "would think 'man, I'm hungry' and go chew on something like a really old piece of kamaboko." (audience bursts into laughter). And when his sisters' evil doings came to light, a fight would erupt; and this would occur on a daily basis. (yet more laughter) He would often feel such a sense of exclusion and ill-will towards his sisters that he didn't want to come home. He used to find relief in spending time along in his room, reading classic manga from the 70's and his father's collection of art books, which he supposes was his motive for drawing manga. He figures that had he not started drawing manga, he "might have gotten out of hand and killed my sisters." (laughter)

Days of Submissions and Rejections

He attended a prep school through junior high and high school, but a friend complimented him on the manga he drew (apparently he drew his first manga while he was in 4th grade), which made him think that if his very first fan thought he was good, he might want to become a manga artist. So, he began to secretly draw manga when his parents were not looking. He first began submitting his work during his first year of high school; however, all of his submissions were rejected. At the same time, a rash of artists who were the same age (Yudetamago) or younger than him (Masakazu Katsura) continued to make big splashes with their debut. But Mr. Araki could not understand why he was rejected, and decided to finish off a submission on an all-nighter and go on a 4-hour trip to pay a visit to the editors in Tokyo, and to ask them for an explanation. At first he intended to visit Shogakukan, which published Shonen Sunday, but he was intimidated by the size of their building, and decided to take his submission into the smaller Shueisha building next door. It was noon when he visited, but one rookie editor (about 6'2", or 185 cm, tall) happened to be there, so he showed him his work. However, the editor, after reading the first page, promptly quipped "your white-out's leaked (you haven't fixed it)": he was criticized every time the editor flipped through each page; Mr. Araki, already exhausted from having been up all night, felt like he was going to pass out. However, after he was finished, he was told that it might be good, and was immediately told to fix it up for the Tezuka Awards in 5 days. That submission was "Buso Poker (Armed Poker)", which won was the runner-up prize at the Tezuka Awards.

The Jump Editors At The Time Were Really Scary

At the time, Mr. Torishima (Akira Toriyama's editor, and inspiration for the Dr. Slump character Dr. Mashirito) would take submissions out of their envelopes, glance at the folder, promptly go "I don't want to see this style!" and order a rewrite. Apparently, he wanted people to draw in such a way that looking at the cover was enough to make people want to read the manga. The editorial department as a whole was always on edge at the time. But he also mentioned in the latter half of his lecture that manga editors were like golf caddies; they provided objective information like "why don't you hit this way" or "you're X meters away from the green" and that he appreciated them. He also said that people who wanted to become manga artists had to get along with editors.

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (1): 10 Meters

Drawing styles which are so distinctive that you can look at a person from 10 meters away and go, "oh hey, he's reading that manga" are incredible: Araki managed to make his debut, but didn't feel like he had that unique style. And so from 1981 onwards he started thinking about how he could achieve that distinctive style, something that would make people think "oh, that's him!"

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (2): The World's Most Simple Drawing

(Showing a blank piece of paper) If you told your art teacher "this is a drawing of 'snow" he would be very upset at you, but in manga you could say this was "the flash from a nuclear bomb" or "my soul is barren" and that would fly. And here Mr. Araki drops a bomb: "There are people who get paid for stuff like this." (audience bursts into laughter) "It's amazing, really. You know, like....I guess I could get in trouble for mentioning names." (more laughter) [Note: probably in reference to Shaman King, which printed a blank 2-page pullout to supposedly express an "incredible move"] "And coloring the page all black, and saying "he went to hell." Sort of like in the last few chapters of Death Note." (audience goes into hysterical laughter, applause) Mr. Araki tried to patch things up by claiming that he was joking, but could not help further mentioning how much per page said-artists were probably paid for those particular pages.

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (3): The Ultimate Character

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Araki introduces modern abstract art such as Barnett Newman's drawing of an orange square on a piece of canvas, Agness Martin's drawing of nothing but a pencil line on white canvas etc. And then he drew the following, calling it the ultimate simple, ideal character in manga anybody could draw:

Oh no, we're gonna get sued! "I might get in trouble for displaying this in public, so." (audience bursts into laughter)

He also introduced things like the smiley face and Morizo and Kiccoro (Mr. Araki thought that Akira Toriyama had designed them), and explained that he respected these types of drawings that anybody could recognize, and that it was what he aspired for. "It's incredible. It's the ultimate style."

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (4): Gauguin

Gaugin's art, while having depth, also did things like contain certain colors within certain areas, paint the ground pink and the trees blue etc. Araki loved Gauguin's art ever since he was a child, and has been deeply influenced by him. When Jojo became an OVA, one of the animators asked Araki, "What color is Jotaro?" however Araki had no such concept. He colors everything based on calculation. For example, in Volume 54 Giorno's clothes are pink, but in Volume 63 they are blue. Also, regarding the color cover illustration, he explains that placing the color blue beside pink exudes more power. He says that he gets his inspiration from 80's art, shading techniques in Western art, classical paintings and gets inspiration for his various poses from sculptures. All of this research, blended with Araki's own personality, result in Jojo's art style.

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (5): Aim & Direction

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(Araki shows a diagram mapping the world of manga, broken into 4 quadrants with the X-axis labeled "Using classical methods to portray reality" and "Impressionist markings and symbolic fantasy" and the Y-axis labeled "Treating introspective themes such as inner emotions as the central focus" and "Putting weight on the plot structure. "Suspense" and "creating a sense of the world")

If you don't think about "where you stand," you won't have any sense of direction even after you become a mangaka, wandering from idea to idea, not knowing what you want to write about and ending up becoming one of those people who asks their editor, "What should I write?" In the case of Jojo, Araki is trying to pursue reality by portraying things with classical methodology, but he gives precedence to emotion and inner thought over plot structure, trying to portray the protagonists' destiny, so he ends up in the bottom-left quadrant.

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (6): The Theme is "Mystery"

Araki was fascinated by mysteries ever since he was a child, fantasized about deserted islands and believed that King Kong and Nessie existed, and so writes his manga with "mystery" as the central theme. In Jojo, Araki wondered what "superpowers" really were, and if he could portray "energy" itself, which lead to Parts 1&2, and the Stands in Part 3, which were like guardians who could "destroy boulders and stuff." They would "stand" by their master and would be called "stands." Apparently Part 3 began immediately after Part 2 with no interval in between.

Drawing Manga, Araki-Style Part (7): Like an RPG or Board Game

At the time, the "pyramid (tournament) formula" (A would fight & defeat B, then fight stronger character C, and on and on) was all the craze in Shonen Jump. But, Araki wondered, how strong could they get? Wouldn't the entire system collapse as soon as you reached the top, much like the economic bubble of the 80's in Japan? It wasn't like there could be an infinite number of levels of strength. So, he decided to create an RPG/board game-style system where characters traveled to different places to fight enemies, as seen in Jojo Part 3, where the protagonists traveled across Egypt while battling enemies

Araki's lecture ended here and proceeded to a Q&A with students, which may or may not be posted here as Part 3.

13:38: Araki-sensei's Talk Ends Here

From now on the lecture will be a discussion between Araki-sensei and the students of Tokai Junior & High School. Since there were a lot of questions, they'll be summarized and presented together in a certain order.

Question for Araki-sensei! (1): "When You Were Young, What Was Your Source of Inspiration?"

"Manga, movies... I didn't have any collections; neither did I have any 'solid' objects like plastic models. I enjoyed drawing pictures. I was a boy who wanted to live in a world of fantasy with movies and novels.

(When asked what influenced his works) "After achieving success, respecting my sempai was the most important thing for me. It all started with Da Vinci - reading about such people was very important for me. I learned about the things they mastered, and through their discoveries, I found my own answer.

As for manga I read when I was a boy, the most significant one was Kajiwara Ikki/Nagayasu Takumi's Ai to Makoto (Love and Truth), the scene where the protagonist is stabbed by a knife... although the manga ended in the next issue (a January New Year's double issue), it was still a rather extraordinary experience for me. When I was in middle school, I joined the kendo club because of Tetsuya Chiba's kendo manga Ore wa Teppei (I'm Teppei)."

Question for Araki-sensei! (2): "The Model for Morioh Town, Sendai City"

  • Morioh Town is a town in JoJo, while Sendai is Araki's hometown.

"Sendai, when I was a kid, was an old and historical city. Since the '80s, construction began on a new residential district. The new houses were beautiful, but strangers from who-knows-where were scary, and those personal experiences have been tied together with the town itself."

"Well, I don't think there are any homicidal maniacs, but..." (Everyone starts a roar of laughter). Of course, Araki-sensei likes his hometown very much, but he was intimidated by the rapid increase in stragers, maybe Morioh Town was made based on his "disdain" of that situation. Of course, using the real name of the city in his manga may anger people, so Araki-sensei changed the name to something else.

  1. Also refer to Kahoku Shinpou: Araki Hirohiko's "Buried Gold Requires Daily Expedition" and Araki Hirohiko's talk-essay "My manga are the 'outcries of my heart'"

Question for Araki-sensei! (3): "What About Love and Passion?"

Although he went a boy's school, he had a girlfriend. "There's not much to add, since it's what causes the most problems in today's relationships" (everyone starts a roar of laughter).

  1. By the way, Araki-sensei is married, and according to an interview from "Weekly Shounen Jump", Araki met his first love during his first year in high school, and his preference for the opposite was "a woman who is not ladylike."

Question for Araki-sensei! (4): "What Model Did You Base Your Protagonists On?"

"Eeeeh?" Araki-sensei appears worried. There was no model, but there were influences from "muscle movies" such as "Rambo" and "Terminator." Jotaro Kujo (a character from JoJo) feels like Clint Eastwood: he doesn't run, his movements are minimal and he's a silent person. "On the other hand, the Stands are fast." The personalities of protagonists' from each part are different. After drawing Part I, I wanted to do something I haven't done before. (1st Part: Serious --> 2nd Part: A crazy person)

What is the relationship between Irene of Gorgeous★Irene and the Irene who made her appearance in the last part of "JoJo 6" (Stone Ocean Volume 17)?

"I was just having a good time, there is no deep meaning behind it, I'm sorry." (Everyone laughs).

Question for Araki-sensei! (6): "About the Ability of 'Time'"

The most powerful technique: "Time". Stopping it, returning to the past, watching the future... if there were people who can control such a thing, they'd be invincible. For a main character with powers that aren't invincible, I want to have people wonder how such a character could win. The ability to control physical things, such as gravity, is also very powerful.

From Araki Hirohiko/Shibasaki Tomoka's Osaka University of Arts, College Manga Vol. 4:

Araki: About time, when I think about it, it's incredibly powerful. You can do things like repeating the same morning over and over, stopping time while jumping, and the people who become visible only at a particular time, etc. But if I used that concept every time, someone would say: "Is JoJo only about 'time'?" So... (laughs).

Shibasaki: Is it because you're interested in the representation of time?

Araki: It's an interesting and powerful concept. To what extent is it changing? Is the other side of the earth being affected by it as well? And things like that.

Shibasaki: What is the maximum affected range when time is stopped?

Araki: All the way out into space. Speaking of which, what kind of energy would that be?

Question for Araki-sensei! (7): "Joseph Joestar"

And now the 'forbidden question': "Why, as an old man, is Joseph such a lustful man?" "Although JoJo was a story that ended naturally after Part 3, I asked myself: 'Should I draw a 4th part? There shouldn't be anymore Jojo!'" (Everyone laughs). Since I didn't know what would happen in the future, even though I wanted to keep his personality, the personality did match up with his age (Joestar is an old man in Part 4).

Question for Araki-sensei! (8): "Lineage"

When asked about the reason why he's only focusing on the story of the "Joestar family", according to Araki, going back, back, way back, all the way to the origin of the family lineage, his character's lineage gives him a feeling of pride - the wonder and the mystery that exists within the "lineage". "I put more importance on such things than others (said with a serious tone)".

Question for Araki-sensei! (9): "If You Can Describe Manga in A Single Word"

Troubled by the question, Araki replied: "My combined feeling would be 'the salvation of the heart'? I think it's very important."

Question for Araki-sensei! (10): "Western music and its influence"

Using names from Western music to name his characters and "Stands" is a "simple hobby" for Araki. It's also a way to pay his respect towards rock artists. "But the fact that nowadays there aren't many names of bands to use is becoming a problem". (Everyone starts a roar of laughs). The imitative sounds of Jojo is also influenced by music (This was said on "Weekly Shounen Jump"as well). While on the subject, according to SOUL'd OUT, their music is influenced by JoJo. So while "JoJo" is influenced by Rock, it is also influencing "Rock"!

Question for Araki-sensei! (11): "About the Change in Design"

When asked about his designs that continue to change, Araki replied that since he's not trying to draw using classical techniques, the designs won't be the same, and usually experience rapid changes. "I'm not concerned about the old drawings (assertion)." Though the readers may get confused, I wonder if they will forgive me".

  1. It has also being reported that in Hirohiko Araki's collection of short stories, Gorgeous★Irene, the illustration of Irene that was drawn for Ultra Jump in 2003, was originally a character drawn in 1985 as an entirely different person. At that time, the comment from UJ PRESS was: "I can't draw in my old style anymore".

Question for Araki-sensei! (12): "You Stopped Drawing Your Self-Portrait"

Often fan letters would ask: "Please take out that character from the manga", but since the character is almost complete, I don't want to take it out, and that is all. Although "Baoh the Visitor" ended as though it will later continue, but...

Question for Araki-sensei! (13): "If you can describe JoJo in a single word"

To a question that he hates to answer, Araki-sensei's answer was: "'The enigma of human beings', it's something I wanted to draw". As a human who works with a theme that will last for an eternity, that's all. Moreover, the manga is also being drawn for people who have committed crimes, it will make them think: "How did I become like this? Is there a meaning in this existence?" It's a "eulogy of human".

Conclusion

And so the time has come, the last words from the moderator, and the falling of the curtain. The clock says it is 2:05 PM on June 24, 2006. An event of about 1 hour and 20 minutes long, but to Araki's fans, without a doubt it was a "golden personal experience." Escorted by applause heavy as thunder, Araki-sensei disappeared behind the curtain with a smile on his face.

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[Translated by Neuroretardant (Parts 1 and 2) and Aldo (Part 3)[2]]

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"To be honest becoming a mangaka was my childhood dream. When I was about 9, I was drawing all the time at school and my friends I was showing my drawings to, like them a lot. It gave me the bravery and desire to try my luck in that field. And after at university I could participate in a contest which allowed me to begin my career as a mangaka."

"When I was young in the early 70's there was a huge amount of manga that I liked. My favorite ones being those with stories dealing about sports, horror, and even sci-fi. Therefore I was inspired by all of this to create my own stories. I'm not sure but still I consider having been inspired a lot of by the works of my elders and I reckon my work wouldn't be what it is "without them. Anyhow I'm still attached to the past of manga and there is still today influence by the authors I'd read as a teenager."

"What I've been trying to do when I started manga was to make evolve the drawing which was somehow too flat, but from the 80's on mangakas started to inspire from Michaelangelo's work. The generation of mangaka I belong to was inspired much by the artists like Michaelangelo or some French painters in order to create characters whose physical aspects was more striking."

(On Tetsuo Hara, I suppose) "The fact that our drawings look alike is very easy to explain. We started at about the same period in the early 80's and it was then too that movies starring Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwarzenegger started to come to Japan and all these action movies were big hits there. Actually I reckon we wanted to make manga starring macho characters, with big muscles and fighting all the time, a bit like the heroes of the action movies."

"Before the 5th part I reckon, the story was too long so I'll try to make them shorter now."

"The new generation of mangaka is about 10 years younger than me, so they've read Jojo in their childhood, and so it's normal that it has inspired them."

"What I've been trying to do when I started Jojo is to implement a powerful and invisible force which would overcome my characters during the fights. So the idea of stand came to me by thinking of shintoism, which teaches us that our ancestors are always by our side to protect us."

"It's a real pain in the ass for me trying to show the good side of some of my bad guys as it's always very hard. I'd rather go for a more stereotyped approach where I create a hero who will fundamentally be good and to make it balanced, oppose him to a truly evil being."

"About the anime, nothing is planned so far but maybe in the future the 5th part will be adapted to TV too." (!?)

"I've no experience as a prisoner myself but I've visited jails and made researches on the subject to make my scenario credible and I've no real message to pass on except maybe the condition of mangaka regarding to their editors. Every week I've to hand in 20 new pages to mine. I work simply, on Friday I imagine what's next in the story and write the scenario, then from Saturday to Tuesday I create the drawings, so normally I've two days off a week, but I mainly use them to imagine the stories of weeks to come."

"I deal with the main drawing but my assistants are the ones who deal with the details. And if I can be here today it's only because I've just finished the 6th part so I'm entitled to a few holidays. But the rest of the time I'm very busy." [3]
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—Hirohiko Araki


[Translated by IKKI]

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Your thoughts about your 25th anniversary as an author?
I think that it was a very quick 25 years. But when I look back at my work...it's kind of like the stuff around the Phantom Blood era is the work of someone else. Yeah, that's what I honestly feel. So, when I read it I can kind of read it objectively; I can read it as though I was a fan.

Do you read back on your old work?
Not very much, but if there's a game or something released like now, I'll read back and think "Ohh, so I was writing this kind of stuff?" Once the Stands started coming out, I often forget about some characters. Someone will mention a guy and I'll be like, "Who was that again?" and I'll read back and say "Ohh yeah there was that guy." Kind of like that. The readers know more than me.

Next year will be the 20th anniversary of JoJo.
Well, they let me debut on the New Year's of '82 but that still felt a bit vague to me. I couldn't really imagine myself as a manga artist; it wasn't clear on what kind of manga artist I was going to be. It was like I just was incidentally awarded the Tezuka Award, it wasn't really like I was aiming to win it. So that was kind of when I began training. And...when I look at the other Jump artists manga, they all had their own distinct styles. So the period when I was thinking about what style and what kind of manga I should draw was right before JoJo. I sort of feel that I finally became a pro with JoJo; it was like everything opened up in front of my eyes.

How was "JoJo" born?
I liked movies and at the time Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger were popular. They're both muscular characters and their bodies are covered in muscle, which made me think to myself "I wonder who the strongest person in the world is?" This question was basically the beginning of the idea of JoJo. Themes such as immortality, seeking life, justice and things that humans innately seek spawned from this and eventually lead to the creation of Part one. So basically stuff to do with immortality and super macho guys and how strong they can get; that was what I was pursuing. Also, I had gone on a trip to Italy about 2 years before that and you may already know but, the art in Italy kind of strives for human beauty. When I saw the original artworks, it made me want to do the same.

The origin of the name "JoJo"
I wonder if it's okay to say this..? Umm, the place I used to hold meetings with the editor was at a local family restaurant in my neighborhood called Jonathan's. We were thinking of making the name "Jonathan" Something, and you know how a name can be two S's like Steven Spielberg? I wanted something like that so I thought "Well if it's Jonathan then it'll start with J so...Joestar should be okay." But that was really adventurous for a Shonen manga because it was taboo to have a foreigner as a main character; it was that kind of era. It was a big adventure so I was really grateful to my editor at the time.

Regarding the birth of the arch nemesis, Dio
He's full of confidence, very arrogant and he's aiming to become a God, or top of the world. Because of this, I used the Italian word, 'Dio,' that is used to refer to a God, as well as the 'Dio' that plays Heavy Metal. I like Heavy Metal and Rock so I used those as a reference to make characters. They're also characters that I created to signify 'black and white' or good and evil.'

Part 1:Phantom Blood
What were your initial ideas?
Back when I started drawing part one, I liked stories that went over several generations like 'East of Eden' and the show 'Roots' that they did on TV. The lead character changes but it kinda continues; it's something like an American periodical drama or periodical novel. And I don't think it was very Jump-like in style but I thought that it might be good to go where nobody else had before.

There's also a manga that I really respect called Babel II by Yokoyama Mitsuteru which has fights that follow rules. I also wanted fights that followed rules in JoJo, so the Ripple was one of those things. Also, you can't see psychic abilities right? Like if you concentrate your mind and something breaks, you can't really see it. But it's a manga so I thought I should be able to draw it and try and make it easy for readers to know what kind of psychic powers they were, which is how I came up with the ripple. It kind of spread from that like how ripples slowly spread, no pun intended. (Slowly is 'jojo' in Japanese)

When I look at him now, I think Jonathan is too much of a good boy. If I was to draw him now, I'd probably show more of the weaknesses of his heart too.

Part 2: Battle Tendency
Was Joseph's personality affected by Part one?
One more thing that you weren't supposed to do in those days was to let your main character die. That was another forbidden act. We had a discussion as to whether that will happen first and it was eventually decided in a meeting that we'd kill the main character. Because of this, I had to drastically change the story's characters and portray events that I didn't show in part one in part two and then similarly portray events I didn't show in part two in part three. That was my plan. I had a story devised up until part three, but because the story convention required Part 2 to be different to Part 1, I created Joseph. He does share similarities to Jonathan though in that he is also a muscle type.

Was it always your plan to revive Dio in Part 3?
I really wanted to draw him being dead for awhile and then coming back to life, but if I was to do that I needed something to happen in between (Part 2). Yeah.

Part 3: Stardust Crusaders
How was the process of changing from Ripples to Stands?
I tried portraying the ripple through pictures and I also tried portraying the psychic ability of Stands with pictures too but, how should I say it... I wanted to have punches from here (away from body). I had a meeting for it where I was asked, "What are you going to do next? You can't use the Ripple anymore." But when I said, "Well, a punch comes out of here (referring to the front of the body) and breaks stuff," they'd be confused and wouldn't understand me. So I was like, how should I say this...? Well, there's a thing like a guardian spirit and...it comes out and attacks." That's how I explained what the new ability would be and nobody would understand what I was on about. I told them that I think I could create alot of characters this way; I could make like a green colored punch or a sharp thing spawn and make them fight. Unlike the ripple, I can do lots of variations. That's how I started with Stands, though I originally thought that people who read it at first wouldn't know what's going on. Stands gave me alot of trouble when it came to explaining them, but I really felt that I could keep inventing new characters and ideas this way forever. It was like I dug up a gold mine. No one else thought it was gold, but I was like "Wow, look what I dug up!"

Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable
What were your ideas from Part 4 and onwards?
Part 3 was a story that had the shape of a role playing game. It's like a board game where you go here and there. There's a book called "Around the World in 80 Days," which I made Part 3's story with that as an influence. If that's the case, then enemies have to be types that come and attack Jotaro themselves, though they might be waiting for them too. So when I was thinking of ideas I thought of people that were willing to wait in their positions for a long time: like people that live in houses and attack when customers arrive, people with personalities like trapdoor spiders. I had a lot of these ideas left over and so I thought that I could probably use all of them within a single town. There were various incidents back then such as a serial killing incident that sent huge shockwaves across Japan. The feeling of your neighbor possibly being a serial killer was the perfect atmosphere, so I used that idea when positioning lots of Stand users around the town. That's basically how Part 4 was born and you can see how it's different from part 3. Making Part 3 different to Part 2, and making Part 4 different to part 3...is the way JoJo was made.


Up until Part 3, the setting was in an imaginary, mythical kind of world but for Part 4 I drew an everyday world so I feel more closeness to Josuke, which is why I like him the most. I found it really fun to write, it was like he became a friend of sorts. Jotaro, however, is someone that you admire, like a hero from a mythical tale. But Josuke seems more like a friend or a senior.

Josuke is supposed to be the child of a lover but...?
Yes, he is. If I could write more of Part 4, I'd like to explore that more specifically. You would probably develop some complicated ways of thinking if you were a child of a lover and Josuke was also meeting his dad for the first time in a while, so I'd like to write more in depth about that. If I had the opportunity to write that, I would really like to. Part 4 isn't really finished yet. If I decided to continue it, I could as much as I want.

Part 5: Vento Aureo
Why did you make the hero Dio's son?
Oh yes right. In part 5, he's not really a blood relative...well kind of. I find great importance in the upbringing and background of the characters. Stuff like what kind of place they were born, and what their parents were like. If I know that then it makes it easier to understand and write. That's what I do it for, so I find bloodlines very important. It might seem like a bit of a stretch, but that's how Part 5 started. During Part 4, the editor said to me, "Are you able to draw sadness?" But life is a sad thing though isn't it? He asked me if I could draw that, and initially I said that it wasn't really my style but during Part 5, I suddenly felt to urge to draw just that. Like the sadness of being ostracized by society but still having a sense of justice. That was what I tearfully wrote for Vento Aureo.

Part 6: Stone Ocean
You once said that you can't draw females.
Back then, it was an era when it was unthinkable to have a female character taking punches and in JoJo, arms can go flying if you're not careful. I felt that I wasn't able to draw that with female characters and the readers wouldn't be able to keep up. As I grew older, the difference between genders became less important, and I started to feel that I could actually draw a tough female. What I came up with was Stone Ocean, whose takes place in a prison setting.

About the end of Part Six
The last boss in JoJo has to be made incredibly strong. And I already made Dio stop time, so I figured the readers wouldn't be happy unless I thought of something even stronger. That factor had become a bubble-like situation and so I thought what would happen if you sped up time really fast, and ended up going full circle. Your brain goes strange when you think about infinity.

What are your thoughts regarding time?
It's mysterious isn't it? If you think about time, it feels mysterious and possibly the ultimate power if you could control it. My thought process involved coming up with this ultimate power and then thinking up how on earth you'd defeat it. Even while writing JoJo I myself often thought, "Oh...they're going to lose this one, they can't possibly win." But thinking about how it will be done is how I go about making this, so even now I still think about the question from Part 1, "Who is the strongest person in the world." I find that there's a great deal of romance there.

Manga Artist Hirohiko Araki
About drawing old characters.
I really find it hard being asked to draw previous characters. I wonder why that is..? I just get really tired. First, I have to try and draw the essence of my older style and then I have to fuse it with my current style, which made drawing the cover of this game really tiring. Though I did end up drawing it anyways after telling them that I can't draw older characters.

Second, artwork always changes; for example, I said before that muscular characters were really popular in the 80's but that wasn't really the case anymore in the 90's. I think it's strange to keep drawing muscular people if that's the case. So when I started on a new chapter back then I made Giorno Giovanna quite thin to be like a normal sized person. From around the time of Josuke, I decided to change from a mythical kind of person to a more ordinary size. That's the kind of way that artwork changes. Well, that's what I think. Also, I don't know about my art getting better. You could say that I was bad at the beginning though. I don't really try to keep it like my older styles; they're pictures that I've drawn in a classical kind of method, so I don't really mind if it changes.

About the game's cover
Well I first imaged it as having the ripple, but I was requested to have Dio and Jonathan fighting with the stone mask but I basically tried to bring the stone mask to the front more. The stone mask is like the game's emblem or the game's mark, so I put water and ripples over the background to lessen its impact. Usually, the main character is right at the front for package illustrations but I kind of made it the opposite of that.

About the poses.
The poses are influenced from Italian sculptures. I really like the way the bodies are twisted and it makes me want to turn them into a drawing. Also, you might not understand unless you're a person that draws, but the pelvis moves up and down and that's what I find fun. Like doing this... and stuff like if you move your wrist than you move up here. (Hand gestures) It's fun to draw while you theorize about that. Well for example, I'll show you here...If you put weight down on your right leg like this, your left shoulder drops and stuff. Or if you raise this hip, you go like this; it all moves oppositely. If you raise one hip then a shoulder goes down. If you concentrate on it you'll notice it, I found that about the human body very interesting and I really find it fun putting that into a drawing.

Also, it's not related but I actually enjoy drawing skin getting peeled. So I had alot of fun when drawing Koichi turning into a book. Not because it's grotesque but I think it's because I have to theorize what it might be like. It's strange. Also, things like what would happen if you bend a finger this way. You can make it possible by drawing. I think those are the kind of things I like, though I like drawing the poses too.

About the unique 'sound words'.
Oh, right. They're influenced from horror movies and rock music. In progressive rock and horror music, they use synthesizers and an instrument called a mellotron and sometimes I really want the tinkly kind of sound it produces for some scenes. Also stuff like "Chwween" and "Kyun Kyun Kyun!" You know how they often have noises like that in horror moves? I get the feeling of wanting those in my work. So I just write them out using letters and they naturally become the sound words I use, and I'm not really conscious of it.

Is the model of Kishibe Rohan yourself?
Everyone I meet for the first time thinks that I'll be like Rohan, so it's a bit of nuisance. I once thought about just acting like that character but that is something I aspire instead and I'm sorry if I break anyone's dreams, but I'm not really like that. Everyone comes into my house a little bit frightened. Sorry, but I'll use this to change my image now.

Do you lick spiders like Rohan?
Well, I do sometimes try eating some unusual things. If they tell me that it's edible cooking then I'll eat it, but... (Laughs)

Themes Embedded in Araki's Work
The theme of JoJo that continues for 20 years?
To not negate human beings. What I mean by that is is to have positive thinking characters that don't stress about things going wrong. They're not allowed to stress. They believe strongly in what they do. Even if its a bad guy doing bad things, those actions are very important to him and he'll use that to move one step forward. Then in response, the hero comes to defeat that. When they both step out forwards they'll then conflict. That's what I find interesting. I don't think it's interesting as a Shonen manga if the hero feels some sort of empathy for the villain. For example, with the character Yoshikage Kira, he's a serial killer but I think that he had his own proper reasons for doing so, such as the poor environment of his childhood, his relationship with his mother and his father always ignoring him. But if I write that you start to feel sorry for Kira, and so despite being such a horrible villain, when Josuke fights him, I think he'll kind of feel sorry for him. But then Kira says that he's fine being that way and moves one step up. That's what I like. That's the reason why I really like Kira. Although he may have had a bad childhood and turned into a serial killer, I always hope that he tries his best at being one. I can't really say that out loud much though. I'm secretly a fan of his. So living with a positive outlook like that is the theme of JoJo. It's a 'celebration of humanity.' To make humans positive. There may be conflicts because of that but that sort of thing is a theme.

Will that remain to be the theme?
Yes, probably. I said this before but I think that if the villains weak, it'll definitely be a boring story. They may be that way in real life but its better if its not in a manga like this. Yes...so I don't think it'll change.

A final message to the fans
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood is a piece that I created 20 years ago and it really feels nostalgic. I'm really thankful that it has been adapted like this after 20 years.I find it more special than a recent and currently serialized one being adapted because it makes me think that it really has been appreciated for 20 years. So I would really like to express my gratitude and say thank you very much. I hope you really enjoy it. I've properly checked the game myself and I've given it my guarantee.[4]

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—Hirohiko Araki
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HIROHIKO ARAKI & TSUBAKI NEKOI SPECIAL TALK

From the xxxHolic Guidebook, new edition.

Araki: My meeting with CLAMP was quite interesting. Though I don't know if it's all right to say this.

Nekoi: It's fine, please go ahead. (laughs)

Araki: By coincidence they frequent the same beauty salon as my wife. So apparently she was chatting with the beautician saying "My husband draws manga," and they told her "We have other clients who are manga artists too."

Nekoi: That's right. Then I heard that Araki-sensei's wife was there and basically it turned into a huge deal.

Araki: We live quite close so said "Why not come over sometime if you like?" and that's how it started.

Nekoi: But really, I've only met Sensei four or fives times in total up to now. And it was always the four of us as a group, so I think this is the first time we've had a one-to-one conversation. I'm really nervous.

Araki: Come to think of it, at first I believed CLAMP were male. I thought it was a man pretending to be a woman in order to draw in a girlish style. And then I heard rumours that it was several people collaborating and not just one person, and I thought, What the hell? There were too many pieces of information flying around, I couldn't make sense of it. It was pretty mysterious.


NEKOI TSUBAKI'S FASCINATION WITH ARAKI'S SLIGHTLY ALIEN WORK

Nekoi: It was really very early on that I encountered Sensei's work and thought "Wow, I love this person's manga" - with Cool Shock B.T.

Araki:: B.T.! I got into so much trouble with the editors for that one. They said right off the title was impossible, there's no way you can run a manga called "Devil Boy" in Shounen Jump, and that the main character was evil. I had to explain that it was essentially a rehash of Sherlock Holmes and in the end somehow I convinced them.

Nekoi: That's amazing, it was that difficult then. I couldn't have imagined but there was something alien about it I found as a child, I think, and that fascinated me.

Araki: Really though, the 70s were a period in the manga world where you had to develop to set yourself apart from the crowd. That was the tide, to go where no one else had gone before. I worked hard on that, so it makes me very happy to be told someone liked it.

Nekoi: I loved it!

Araki: Thank you very much! But, to think those readers back then have become what they are now... it's amazing. They even criticized my work. (laughs)

Nekoi: Please don't say things that sound so awful!

Araki: They crowded up and were like "Why did you do such a thing to Jotaro there?!"

Nekoi: But, anyone would do that if they had their favorite manga artist in front of them! You don't know if the chance will ever come again, right? So you want to run up and make them tell you everything!

THE BLACK-AND-WHITE AESTHETIC ADMIRED BY ARAKI

Araki: If I had to say what interests me the most as someone in the same line of work, it would be how you divide the work among the four of you. I've heard you don't use assistants so
 In any case I would venture that xxxHolic is mainly drawn by Nekoi-san, is it not?

Nekoi: I wonder if that's so... perhaps that's not the case? (laughs)

Araki: It must be Nekoi-san, surely. The kimono styles, the atmosphere of the art has that feel to it... I don't suppose you can tell me?

Nekoi: No, it's quite all right, I'll answer.

Araki: Ah, you can tell! I thought this might be CLAMP's greatest secret. (laughs)

Nekoi: I'll go with the conclusion. The female characters in xxxHolic are drawn by Mokona.

Araki: Eh! Yuuko-san and Himawari-chan and everyone?!

Nekoi: That's right. I draw the male characters, the yokai, and any spirits that aren't in human shape. And animals. The covers and color pages are Mokona and I together. The overall flow is blocked out by Mokona from Ohkawa's script, after which I check it, and that's how things typically advance. If we get stuck on anything we go back to Ohkawa and ask, "I don't quite understand this part, what is it supposed to be?" and then we fix it. Once everything is settled, Satsuki, Mokona and Nekoi each draw our parts separately.

Araki: You're really systematic. How did you establish xxxHolic's global aesthetic?

Nekoi: There's a concept for the cover or opening art each time, and that's decided by Ohkawa. The story and worldview are all Ohkawa. She's like the overseeing producer.

Araki: There's something of an Art Nouveau element to it, design wise.

Nekoi: There's a Japanese-ness to it, and Chinese too.

Araki: The gothic atmosphere that permeates the work is a large part of its charm. All that flat black is great.

Nekoi: We decided not to use tones this time.

Araki: Yes, it's good to have a clear divide between black and white. That's something I can't do. I can't bring myself to color something in as a flat surface. I have to crosshatch and make it stand out in 3D. Something like a school uniform, it's frightening to color it in
 if I bring it down to a basic aesthetic level, perhaps.

Nekoi: But if I had to choose I'd pick Tsubasa's tactile feel. (laughs)

Araki: I see. But you can also draw in a gothic style. That's amazing! All of xxxHolic has a flat, decorative feel to it, like Japanese prints or Alphonse Mucha.

Nekoi: Ah, Mokona likes Mucha.

Araki: I thought so. It comes across. And the base color of the tankobon covers is never white.

Nekoi: That's true. It's always gold or silver, and then color printed over it.

Araki: The feeling that there's an overriding concept at work is what makes it special. I think it's cool. With the JoJo series I wanted to use the classical method as a base and then introduce modern elements in the singular. For instance, drawing in a realistic style but coloring in completely impossible colors. Or completely impossible poses.

Nekoi: Impossible poses... but the fans imitate the poses? The "JoJo poses."

Araki: True, true. That's the thing, I aim for impossible but then am like, "Huh? Well, I guess it's possible after all..." (laughs)


WHERE IS REALITY? THE DAY THE KAPPA APPEARED IN TOONO

Araki: Does CLAMP ever travel for research purposes?

Nekoi: Almost never. We know that drawing from imagination can't approach the solidity that comes with research, that level of reality where people can say, "Turn the corner right there and you'll see my house..." But if you take the scenery from xxxHolic, for example, the place where Yuuko-san exists is an enclosed courtyard really. Aside from that I think depicting fantasy in a fantastical way is also a matter of technique. Well – one of our early stories did have an Indian flavour to it.

Araki: I understand. For my part, you see, I'm currently drawing a journey as my main theme. I started wondering about the psychology of someone who's been walking for three days straight. So I went and walked the Kumano pilgrimage road, which is a World Heritage site, to see what it was like.

Nekoi: Wow. And did you understand anything from it?

Araki: Yup. After three days, first of all you want to throw away everything you're carrying. I even wished I could throw away the cel phone they told me to carry in case I came across a bear. And when I saw the shrine at the end of the road, I felt thankful from the bottom of my heart. I honestly and unironically thought, "Thank god I came this far without getting hurt." It cleansed my heart, perhaps? I understood then that the road was put there in order to give people that experience.

Nekoi: That's a World Heritage site for you.

Araki: xxxHolic takes place in a magical alternate world, doesn't it. What I get hung up on is, What are those yokai-like things?! The ones shaped like young girls and the ones shaped like animals, and the monster types, are they all part of the same existence?

Nekoi: Er...the properly-formed yokai and the monster-like ayakashi are different things actually. But then, if you put them all together one can't say much other than "Well, that's the kind of world it is."

Araki: The "Stands" in JoJo can be conceptualized as a reification of hidden talent, with their source being a sort of energy that's been in the earth since ancient times. So there are no real monsters or yokai in my story. I've never really been able to get the existence of such things. I looked at Mizuki Shigeru-sensei's drawings and thought they were lovely, but when I saw something like a "bean washer" in the picture I would just think, What's up with that? I couldn't see any reason for that creature to exist. Purely for the sake of washing beans?

Nekoi: That's true. It's the sort of world where you go take a bath and there's an "akaname" in there.

Araki: Exactly. What the heck is it? Is it an enemy? An ally? What does it want? If you can't figure out that much how are you supposed to fight it! Is what I think.

Nekoi: That's a Jump-like way of looking at it. (laughs)

Araki: With that in mind, the other day I went to Toono, in Iwate. In order to gain a better understanding of yokai.

Nekoi: Waaah! Such lengths. (laughs)

Araki: "I'd like to draw yokai tooo" was what I was half-thinking. (laughs) So I went to the Kappa River there, the one that's famous for kappas, and stood on the riverbank spacing out. And as I was standing, there was this middle school-aged boy there at the same time, and he bursts out with, "Hirohiko's in the Kappa River!" Like, "Big bro, look, there's a Hirohiko in the Kappa River!"

Nekoi: *dies*

Araki: And even I for some reason thought for a split second, "Gah, I have to get out of here!" At that moment I finally understood what it must feel like to be a yokai. (laughs)

Nekoi: You understood what it feels like to be a yokai, huh... (laughs) I bet it's passed into legend by now. His brother came and said, "There's no such thing, you're lying!" And he said, "It was really there, I saw it!" And there was a huge disturbance, and years afterward you'll hear the story of the kappa Hirohiko in the river.

Araki: So there, I think that might be what yokai really are.


FIGHTIN' PRESIDENTS AND DRAMA AT HIGH NOON

Araki: If it had an Indian flavor... do you watch a lot of movies? On DVD or whatever.

Nekoi: I watch films in the usual way, because I'm always following fads. I liked "Jurassic Park".

Araki: I like stuff like that too. Like "Jaws". But recently I've really been into Michael Mann's films: "Heat", "Collateral" and so forth. I like the sense one gets that the characters are driven by fate, but they don't hesitate over their actions. They hurtle toward their destiny in a way that goes beyond considerations of good or evil. It makes me weak at the knees. They're not movies you're supposed to cry at but I get tears in my eyes anyway. I think, "Oh, you people!" Do you have anything like that?

Nekoi: I'm faddish but I did like "Independence Day".

Araki: The story's pretty astonishing in that one. In order to fight with aliens, they get into a flying saucer that was buried on earth by aliens in the past. The human strategy was like ripping off the opponent's fundoshi in sumo. The designs all came from other SF works. And on top of it all the President himself flew the saucer to fight. When I saw that I decided the party would be battling the President in Steel Ball Run.

Nekoi: Really?!

Araki: Yeah, I realized a fighting President is awesome. Was there ever anything like it?

Nekoi: It's very American. Although maybe Americans themselves don't realise it. And it was a German who made it. I think he made it with the intention that that's what Americans would like to see, and it really hit home. I like it too! (laughs)


Araki: What about Japanese films? I don't go to the theater but I watch a lot of DVDs. I saw "Sekachu" and so on.

Nekoi: Wow, you saw it?

Araki: Yes, it was good.

Nekoi: Was it!

Araki: Yes. I'm the type who cries at everything. That's right, lately I've gotten hooked on daytime soaps. Ever since "Shinju Fujin" I can't go without checking in with the latest developments. She became his lover with the aim of getting her hands on his fortune! It's awesome!

Nekoi: (laughs)

Araki: The dialogue gives one thrills down the spine. They say such dangerous and suggestive things the viewer's left panting. Like, is it all right to show that? But there they have it on television, at high noon.

Nekoi: It feels like you watch it to enjoy the names.

Araki: Exactly. A lot of manga artists seem to watch soaps, because time-wise it's just when one's getting out of bed. Morita (Masanori) sensei told me he also watches them. (laughs)


CLAMP'S MYSTERY VERSUS ROHAN KISHIBE'S SKIN: AND ONWARD, LEGEND

Araki: Many of CLAMP's mysteries were made clear to me today, so for my part this has been a meaningful hour spent. Thank you very much.

Nekoi: The pleasure's all mine, thank you very much. Though I would have liked to talk more about JoJo.

Araki: But today we're talking about xxxHolic.

Nekoi: Don't you think we should reveal more of JoJo's mysteries too, even for the sake of the reader?

Araki: Oh, I think it'll be quite enough if you say "He's so cool and looks just like Rohan Kishibe ♄." (laughs)

Nekoi: Oh yes, that's true. He's so cool and looks just like Rohan Kishibe. *laughs* And you look younger and younger in the photos that get published these days.

Araki: That's because I'm a Ripple user. (laughs)

Nekoi: Please do become a new legend in Toono, I'd love to see it.

Araki: Leave it up to me. (laughs)[5]
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Published February 9, 2007
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki

Interview with Hirohiko Araki

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In Part 5: Vento Aureo, you did a great job illustrating the gang's pasts.

Of course, especially since Giorno and his friends have such unfortunate fates, I had to make sure their backstories were illustrated well. To tell you the truth, I wanted to draw even more pages for them.

I get the impression you may have also wanted to draw Kakyoin's past from Stardust Crusaders?

Yes! I wanted to draw Kakyoin's as well. However, I was on the fence about whether to do it at the time. I didn't think it'd be acceptable to recount his childhood in the middle of the last battle, so I just made it into a monologue. When I think about it now, I could have spent a chapter of the series (or about 19 pages) drawing just Kakyoin's childhood, but during that era of Shonen Jump, it felt wrong not to have a battle every week. It was like some kind of Shonen manga spell was cast on me.

Since you established Giorno as Dio's son, I was expecting the story to expand on that...

I never had any intention of doing that, actually. Even during "Diamond is Unbreakable", people were speculating if Kars would show up, but this is not the type of manga series that would go in that direction, and I'm not the type if person who would write that. If that happened, to me, it'd be over. I am of the opinion that if readers ever think to themselves,"I expected that to happen!" then I've failed. There are many manga out there that would go in that direction, but if I did that, it's over.

It's a manga that doesn't go according to the reader's expectations, right?

Even as a kid, I never thought predictable manga was interesting. That's exactly it.
”
—Hirohiko Araki

[Translated by MetallicKaiser (JoJo's Bizarre Encyclopedia)]

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Published February 12, 2007
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki, Akiya Takahashi
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高橋 é­”ăźäž‰è§’ćœ°ćžŻăšă‹â€Š

荒朚 ăă†ă§ă™ă€ă‚ă‚ă„ă†éĄžăźè©±ă§ă™ă€‚ăă‚ŒăšćŒă˜ă‚ˆă†ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă€ă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăŒç””ăźăŸă‚ă«è€łă‚’ćˆ‡ăŁăŸă‚Šă€ăšă„ă†ăźăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ăă‚ŒăŒäžæ€è­°ă§ä»•æ–čがăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚ŽăƒŒă‚Źăƒłă‚‚ç””ă‚’æăăŸă‚ă«ă‚żăƒ’ăƒăŸă§èĄŒăăźă‹ăȘïŒŸăšă€‚

高橋 ă“ă‚Œă‚‚äžæ€è­°ăȘç””ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚æ€…ć­ăŒă”ăŸă€ă‚ăŁăŠă€ăČăšă€ăŻă‚ŽăƒŒă‚ŹăƒłăŒæ„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰â€Š

荒朚 あぁ、ăȘるほど。

高橋 ă§ă‚‚ă€ăƒ™ăƒƒăƒ‰ă«ă‚‚æž•ăŒă”ăŸă€ă‚ăŁăŸă‚Šă­ă€‚

荒朚 ă‚ăïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€€éƒšć±‹ă«ă‹ă‹ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ç””ăŻă€ă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăźè‡Șç”»ćƒăšă€ă‚ăšă‚‚ă†ăČべりはèȘ°ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă­ïŒŸ

高橋 これが漟はよくわかっどăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ç”æ§‹ă€èŹŽăŒć€šăăŠă‚ˆăă‚ă‹ă‚‰ăȘいんですよね。

荒朚 でもăȘă‚“ă‹ăšăŁăšèŠ‹ăĄă‚ƒă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚

高橋 äžæ€è­°ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­â€Šă€‚ă“ă‚ŒăŻă€Œç©ă‚„ă‹ă•ă€ăšă€Œé™ă‘ă•ă€ă‚’èĄšçŸă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€ăšă‹ă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăŒæ‰‹çŽ™ăšă‹ă«æ›žă„ăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœŹćœ“ă«ç©ă‚„ă‹ăȘぼかっどいうぼもよくわからăȘă„ă—â€Šă€€ćŒă˜éƒšć±‹ăźç””ăŒă‚ăš2æžšă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€äž€ç•ȘăŻă˜ă‚ïŒˆ1888ćčŽïŒ‰ă«æă‹ă‚ŒăŸç””ăȘんどぼは、もっべæ­Șă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă™ă—ă­ă€‚

荒朚 äœ•æžšă‚‚æăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

高橋 そうăȘんですよ。ăȘă«ă‹æ€ă„ć…„ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ç””ăȘんですね。

荒朚 ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă€èŹŽăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšă„ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€ç””ăŻă€‚

荒朚 こた甔たç™șæƒłăšă„ă†ă‹ă€æ€æƒłăŻăƒ‡ă‚žă‚żăƒ«ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

高橋 そうですね。

荒朚 ă‚”ă‚€ăƒłăŸă§ç‚čæă§ă™ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰

高橋 ç‚čæăźăƒ†ă‚Żăƒ‹ăƒƒă‚ŻăŁăŠäž€äž–ă‚’éąšéĄă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă“ăźćœ“æ™‚ă€ç‚čæă‚’ă‚„ă‚‰ăȘい画柶っおいăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăă€ăƒ”ă‚«ă‚œă ă‚ă†ăŒă€ăƒžăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čだろうが、あらゆる20 äž–çŽ€ćˆæœŸăźç”»ćź¶ăŸăĄăŒç‚čæă‚’ă‚„ăŁăŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚ć°è±ĄæŽŸăźç”»ćź¶ă ăŁăŠă€ăƒ”ă‚”ăƒ­ăŻă‚„ăŁăŠăŸă™ă—ă­ă€‚

荒朚 ă“ă‚ŒăŻç””ăŒć€§ăăăȘă„ăšé‡ćŽšæ„Ÿăšă‹ć„„èĄŒăăżăŸă„ăȘă‚‚ăźăŒă§ăŸă›ă‚“ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

高橋 ăŸă ă€ć€§ăă„ăšćźŒæˆă•ă›ă‚‹ăźăŒć€§ć€‰ăȘんですよね。コă‚čăƒˆăƒ‘ăƒ•ă‚©ăƒŒăƒžăƒłă‚čはæ±șしどよくăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ă€ă“ă‚ŒăŻïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€€ăȘぼで、いろんăȘäșșăŒă‚„ăŁăŠăżă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă‚łă‚čăƒˆăƒ‘ăƒ•ă‚©ăƒŒăƒžăƒłă‚čがæ‚Șいからか、みんăȘやめちゃうんですよ。

荒朚 æŒ«ç”»ç•Œă§ă‚‚æ°Žæœšă—ă’ă‚‹ć…ˆç”ŸăŻèƒŒæ™Żă‚’ç‚čæă§æăăŸă™ă­ă€‚ćČ©ăšă‹çŸłçŻç± ăżăŸă„ăȘもぼがç‚č描ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă™ă”ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

高橋 そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒă€€æ°—ăŒă€ă‹ăȘかったăȘぁ。

フレデăƒȘăƒƒă‚Żăƒ»ăƒă‚žăƒŒăƒ«ă€€ă€Žăƒă‚žăƒŒăƒ«ăźă‚ąăƒˆăƒȘă‚šă€ăƒ©ăƒ»ă‚łăƒłăƒ€ăƒŸăƒŒé€šă‚Šă€ ć€§ăă„ç”»ćƒă‚’èŠ‹ă‚‹

荒朚 ăȘんかいいăȘïœžă€æ„œă—ăă†ă ăȘぁ。こういう仕äș‹ć Žă€æŹČă—ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïœžă€‚

高橋 ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€€ăƒ‘ăƒȘă«ă„ăŸé ƒăŻă€ă‚ąăƒˆăƒȘスだったべころを怟りたぼでこんăȘæ„Ÿă˜ăźä»•äș‹ć Žă§ă—ăŸă€‚

荒朚 こういう怩äș•ăźé«˜ă„ăšă“ă‚ă§ç””ă‚’æăăŸă„ă§ă™ă€‚ă“ă‚“ăȘケトăƒȘă‚šăŁăŠă ă‘ă§ă€æ†§ă‚ŒăŸă™ă­ă€‚ă„ă‚ă‚“ăȘäșșăŒæ„ăŠă€ă‚ă‚ă§ă‚‚ăȘいこうでもăȘă„ăŁăŠè©±ăȘă‚“ă‹ă—ăŠă€‚â€Šă‚ăźæŠ˜ă‚ŠăŸăŸăżăźăƒ†ăƒŒăƒ–ăƒ«ă€ă„ă„ăȘïœžă€‚

今曞たă‚Șăƒ«ă‚»ăƒŒçŸŽèĄ“é€šć±•ă«ç™»ć Žă™ă‚‹ă‚ąăƒŒăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čăƒˆă«ă€ă„ăŠăźć°è±ĄăŻă„ă‹ăŒă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚 ćŁČれăȘă„ăźă«æăç¶šă‘ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€ăă‚“ăȘă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚äžć±ˆăźçČŸç„žăšă„ă†ă‹ă€è‡Șćˆ†ăŸăĄă ă‘ă«èŠ‹ăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚‚ăźăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă€‚ă“ăźæ™‚ä»Łăźç”»ćź¶ă«ăŻăă†ă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ăŒă™ă”ăă‚ăŁăŠă€‚ă‚żăƒ’ăƒă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚ŽăƒŒă‚Źăƒłă‚„è‡Șćˆ†ăźè€łă‚’ćˆ‡ăŁăŸă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăšă‹ă€Œăă“ăŸă§ă™ă‚‹ăźă‹ïŒă€ăšă€‚

高橋 ăŸă ă€ă‚ŽăƒŒă‚ŹăƒłăŻè‡Șćˆ†ăźç””ă‚’ă™ă”ăćŁČă‚ŠăŸă„ăšæ€ăŁăŠă€ăƒžăƒŒă‚±ăƒ†ă‚Łăƒłă‚°ă‚‚éšćˆ†ăšè€ƒăˆăŠă„ăŸă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚żăƒ’ăƒă«èĄŒă‘ă°æœ‰ćă«ăȘă‚‹ă ă‚ă†ă€ăă—ăŠăƒ•ăƒ©ăƒłă‚čă«ć‡±æ—‹ă™ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’è€ƒăˆăŠă€ăă‚Œă ă‘ă§ă‚‚ćŁČりにăȘă‚‹ă ă‚ă†ăšă€ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚‚è€ƒăˆăŠă„ăŠâ€Š

荒朚 あぁ、そういうぼもあるんですか。

高橋 だから漟はタヒチでăȘăăŠă‚‚è‰Żă‹ăŁăŸăšă„ă†éąă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŸăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăă€äșșă«çŸ„ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăȘă„çă—ă„ăšă“ă‚ă«èĄŒăŁăŠă€äž€æ——æšă’ăŸă„ă€ăšă€‚

荒朚 そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€€ă§ă‚‚ă€æ–°ă—ă„ć Žæ‰€ă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚Šă€ç””ă‚’æă„ăŸă‚Šă€ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŒć„œăă ăŁăŸă„ă†ăźă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

高橋 ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăă‚Œă§ăƒžăƒŒă‚±ăƒƒăƒˆçš„ăȘæˆćŠŸăšăŻé–ąäż‚ăȘいæ–čć‘ă«æ”ă•ă‚ŒăŠèĄŒăă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă‚‚ă€ăă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ă†è‡Șćˆ†ă§ăŻæ­ąă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘいですね。

荒朚 ćƒ•ăźä»•äș‹ă‚‚、い぀もèȘă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă‚‹ăšăŻé™ă‚‰ăȘくど、けăȘされるäș‹ă‚‚ć€šă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăă†ă„ă†æ™‚ăŻćœŒă‚‰ăźć­˜ćœšă«ă™ă”ăć‹‡æ°—ă„けられるんですよね。でも、ギッホがè‡Șćˆ†ăźè€łă‚’ćˆ‡ăŁăŸăźăŻă€Œăă“ăŸă§ă™ă‚‹ă‹ïŒă€ăŁăŠæ€ă†ă—ă€æœŹćœ“ă«äžæ€è­°ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†éąšă«ăȘっちゃうんですかね
。

高橋 ă†ïœžă‚“ă€ăŸă‚ă€ă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăšă‚ŽăƒŒă‚Źăƒłăźć ŽćˆăŻăƒ©ăƒ–ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăȘぼで
 ç‰čă«ă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăźć ŽćˆăŻă€Œæ„›ăźăŸă‚ăȘらăȘんでもする」みたいăȘそんăȘçŠ¶æ…‹ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

荒朚 ă‚ă‚ă€ăă†ă„ăŁăŸèƒŒæ™Żă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€ă«ă‚‚ăƒȘケăƒȘăƒ†ă‚Łă‚’èżœæ±‚ă™ă‚‹ăŸă‚ă«èœ˜è››ă‚’èˆă‚ăĄă‚ƒă†äœœćź¶ăŒç™»ć Žă—ăŸă™ăŒă€ăăźç™șæƒłăšă„ă†ăźăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă”è‡Șèș«ăŒă€Œăă“ăŸă§ă™ă‚‹ă‹ïŒă€ăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŸăšă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ă«ç”±æ„ă—ăŠă„ăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚 ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăă‚ŽăƒŒă‚Źăƒłăšă‚Žăƒƒăƒ›ăźè©±ăŻć­äŸ›ăźæ™‚ă«èžă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă€Œăƒă‚čæč–ă«ăƒăƒƒă‚·ăƒŒăŒă„ă‚‹ă€ăšă„ă†ăă‚‰ă„ă«äžæ€è­°ăȘè©±ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚€ăƒłăƒ‘ă‚ŻăƒˆăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€è‡Șćˆ†ăźäž­ă«ăšăŁăšæź‹ăŁăŠă„ăŠă€ăă‚Œă§ăă†ă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŒć‡șăŠăăŸă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă­ă€‚ăŸăšăˆă°ă€ă‚ŽăƒŒă‚ŹăƒłăŒă‚żăƒ’ăƒă«èĄŒăŁăŸç†ç”±ă§ă™ăŒă€ćƒ•ă‚‚ćźŸéš›ă«ă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąăšă‹æ—…èĄŒă«èĄŒăăšăƒ“ăƒƒă‚ŻăƒȘă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ć†™çœŸă§èŠ‹ă‚‹ăźăšăŻé•ăŁăŠă€ă™ă”ă„ăšæ€ă†ă‚‚ăźăŒă„ăŁă±ă„ă‚ăŁăŠă€‚ă‚ŽăƒŒă‚ŹăƒłăŒă‚żăƒ’ăƒă«èĄŒăŁăŸăźă‚‚ăă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿć‹•ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ăȘんじゃăȘă„ă‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚èƒŒæ™Żă«ă‚ă‚‹ç”Ÿăæ–čみたいăȘă‚‚ăźă«ăŻă€ă™ă”ăćœ±éŸżă‚’ć—ă‘ăŸă™ă­ă€‚ç””ăźăƒ†ă‚Żăƒ‹ăƒƒă‚Żă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚ă€ćœ±éŸżă‚’ć—ă‘ăŠă„ăŸă™ă‘ă©ă­ă€‚çŽ°ă‹ăèŠ‹ăŠă„ăăšă€ăă‚ŠăŒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăƒžăƒăźăƒ™ăƒ«ăƒˆăƒ»ăƒąăƒȘă‚ŸăȘă‚“ă‹ă‚‚ă€é©ćœ“ă«æă„ăŠă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ăŒă™ă”ăă‹ăŁă“ă„ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚äž€æ°—ă«ă‚°ă‚„ă‚„ăŁăšæă„ăŠă‚‹ç·šăšă‹ă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©â€Šă€€äžæ€è­°ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

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Website/Online
Interview
Published June 25, 2007
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Manga

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Question: What kind of editor do you have?

Araki: They’re something like a cheerful partner to me. They’re extremely important. I absolutely could not create manga alone. Coming together and discussing with my editor is of utmost importance.

By the way, until now I worked with more than 10 editors, but the most recent one tends to not tell me his opinion on things. I get a little angry when he does that. He says that whatever I say is good, and I tell him that saying what’s good is his job.

Question: Have you ever changed your work because of an editor’s opinion?

Araki: Of course. He gives me his tastes and preferences. For example, initially Dio was not going to be defeated in Egypt, but the Editor liked Egypt. I said, “Isn’t Egypt dirty?” He said, “Not all of it.” So, we ended up going together. I really didn’t want to go though haha.
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çŸćœšă€ă‚Šăƒ«ăƒˆăƒ©ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ă§ă€Žă‚čăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ»ăƒœăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ»ăƒ©ăƒłă€ă‚’é€ŁèŒ‰äž­ăźè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă€‚ そぼ支侀無äșŒăźäœœć“ăŻă€ăŻăŸă—ăŠă©ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘç’°ćąƒă‹ă‚‰ç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŠăă‚‹ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ ăă“ă§ă€ă“ă“ă§ăŻă€è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŒă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«äœœć“äœœă‚Šă«ć–ă‚Šç”„ă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹ăźă‹ă‚’æ•™ăˆăŠă„ăŸă ăăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă‚ăźă€ŒăƒăƒŒă‚șă€ă‚„ă€Œæ§‹ć›łă€ăŒă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«ă—ăŠç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸă‹ăźç§˜è©±ă‚‚ć€§ć…Źé–‹ïŒ

è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠăźä»•äș‹èĄ“ă€ăăźæșæ”ăŻă€Žă“づäș€ă€ă«ă‚ăŁăŸ!? ―― ăŸăšăŻă€è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźä»•äș‹ă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒ«ă«ă€ă„ăŠæ•™ăˆăŠăă ă•ă„ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ăŁăŠćŸčć€œă°ă‹ă‚Šă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€ćƒ•ăŻèŠć‰‡æ­Łă—ă„ă€äŒšç€Ÿć“Ąăźă‚ˆă†ăȘç”ŸæŽ»ă‚’ă—ăŠăŸă™ă€‚10æ™‚ă«è”·ăăŠă€ć€œăź11æ™‚ăă‚‰ă„ăŸă§ä»•äș‹ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚ăă—ăŠăă‚Œă‚’ăȘるăčăćŽ©ă•ăȘă„ă€‚ăŠäŒ‘ăżă‚‚é€±ă«2æ—„ć–ă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

―― やっぱりćŸčć€œăŻćŠčçŽ‡ăŒèœăĄăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚ćŸșæœŹçš„ă«ăŻă€ŒèœăĄă‚‹ă€ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăƒŽăŁăŠăăŠă€ăăźăŸăŸäœœæ„­ă—ç¶šă‘ăŸă„ăȘ、ćŸčć€œă—ăŸă„ăȘăŁăŠæ€ă†ă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€äœ•ćčŽă‚‚ç¶šă‘ăŠă„ăă“ăšă‚’è€ƒăˆă‚‹ăšè‰ŻăăȘいぼで、30æ­łă‚’éŽăŽăŸă‚ăŸă‚Šă‹ă‚‰ăŻćŸčć€œă‚’ă—ăȘă„ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ăăźă»ă†ăŒćŸŒă€…è‰Żă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― ăă‚ŒăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă ă‘ă˜ă‚ƒăȘăä»–ăźæŒ«ç”»ćź¶ă•ă‚“ă‚‚ăă†ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă„ă‚„ă€ăżă‚“ăȘべいうわけではăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćƒ•ăŒć…ˆèŒ©ăźç§‹æœŹæČ»ć…ˆç”ŸïŒˆă€Žă“ăĄă‚‰è‘›éŁŸćŒșäș€æœ‰ć…Źćœ’ć‰æŽŸć‡șæ‰€ă€ïŒ‰ă‚’èŠ‹çż’ăŁăŠăă†ă„ă†ă”ă†ă«ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă ă‘ă§ă€‚

―― ç§‹æœŹć…ˆç”ŸăšăŻă©ă†ă„ăŁăŸă”é–ąäż‚ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ąă‚·ă‚čタントをしどいたべかそういうこべではăȘăă€ć˜ă«ćƒ•ăŒç§‹æœŹć…ˆç”Ÿăźăă†ă„ă†ă‚ŠăƒŻă‚”ă‚’èžă„ăŠć‹æ‰‹ă«èŠ‹çż’ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă ă‘ă§ă™ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ăĄăȘăżă«ç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šăź1é€±é–“ć‰ă«ă‚ă’ă‚‹ăŁăŠăźă‚‚ç§‹æœŹć…ˆç”Ÿăźćœ±éŸżă§ă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă“ă‚ŒăŸă§ç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šă‚’ç ŽăŁăŸă“ăšăŒăȘいんですよ。

―― しっかりず仕äș‹ă‚’ă‚łăƒłăƒˆăƒ­ăƒŒăƒ«ă§ăăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăĄăȘăżă«äœœæ„­ăźă‚”ă‚€ă‚Żăƒ«ăŻă©ă†ă„ăŁăŸæ„Ÿă˜ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ăźć Žćˆă€ć°ćˆ·æ‰€ă«ć…„ă‚ŒăȘきゃいけăȘă„ăźăŒé‡‘æ›œæ—„ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰æœšæ›œæ—„ăźć€œă€é…ăăŠă‚‚é‡‘æ›œăźæ˜ŒăŸă§ă«ăŻç”‚ă‚ă‚‰ă›ăŸă„ă€‚ăšè€ƒăˆă‚‹ăšă€æ—„æ›œă«ăƒăƒŒăƒ ă‚’è€ƒăˆăŠă€æœˆæ›œæ—„ă«ç·šé›†è€…ă«ăƒă‚§ăƒƒă‚Żă—ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă€äž‹æăă«ć…„ăŁăŠă€ç«æ›œæ—„ă‹ă‚‰æœšæ›œæ—„ă§ç””ă«ă—ăŠă„ăă‚”ă‚€ă‚Żăƒ«ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

ä»ŠăŻæœˆćˆŠèȘŒïŒˆă‚Šăƒ«ăƒˆăƒ©ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ïŒ‰ă§é€ŁèŒ‰ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ăƒšăƒŒă‚žă‚’ćˆ†ć‰Čしど、15ăƒšăƒŒă‚žăšă€é€±ćˆŠăƒšăƒŒă‚čă§æă„ăŠăŸă™ă€‚

―― æœˆćˆŠèȘŒăźæ–čăŒé€±ćˆŠèȘŒă‚ˆă‚ŠèČ æ‹…ăŻć°‘ăȘいもぼăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăƒšăƒŒă‚žæ•°ăŒé€±ćˆŠèȘŒæ™‚代た19ăƒšăƒŒă‚žă‹ă‚‰15ăƒšăƒŒă‚žă«æž›ăŁăŸă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‘ă©ă€ç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚ŠăŒæœˆă«1ćșŠă—かăȘă„ăźăŻćź‰ćżƒă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćżƒă«äœ™èŁ•ăŒă§ăăŸă—ăŸă€‚é€±ćˆŠèȘŒăźăšăăŻă€ç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šă‚’è¶ŠăˆăŸă‚‰ă€ă™ăă«ăŸăŸæŹĄăźç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šă§ă—ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

そういうă‚čトハă‚čăŁăŠă­ă€é•·ăă‚„ăŁăŠă‚‹ăšæœŹćœ“ă«èŸ›ăăȘăŁăŠăă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚ăšă€ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šäœ“ćŠ›çš„ă«ă‚‚ć€§ć€‰ă«ăȘăŁăŠăăŸă—ăŸă€‚

―― でも『ă‚čăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ»ăƒœăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ»ăƒ©ăƒłă€ăŻă€ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—æŽČèŒ‰æ™‚ïŒˆă‚łăƒŸăƒƒă‚Żă‚č4ć·»ăŸă§ïŒ‰ăŻă€é€±ă«31ăƒšăƒŒă‚žăšă„ă†é©šç•°çš„ăȘćˆ†é‡ă§é€ŁèŒ‰ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ŒăŻă€äŒ‘ă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹é–“ă«æăèȯめたりしたからできたんですよ。1ć›žăźăŠè©±ă§ă“ă“ăŸă§èȘ­ăŸă›ăŸă„ăŁăŠăźăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€19ăƒšăƒŒă‚žă ăšă©ă†ă—ăŠă‚‚ăƒšăƒŒă‚žăŒè¶łă‚ŠăȘă„ă€‚ăă“ă§ç„Ąç†ă«è©°ă‚èŸŒă‚‚ă†ăšă™ă‚‹ăšç””ăźèż«ćŠ›ă‚’ć‰ŠăŁăŠć°ă•ă„ă‚łăƒžă«ă—ăȘいべいけăȘくăȘă‚‹ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă‚ŹăƒłïŒă€€ăŁăŠć€§ă‚Žăƒžă§èŠ‹ă›ăŸă„ăšă“ă‚ă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŸă§ăźă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻăă“ăŒă—ă‚“ă©ă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‹ăȘă‚Šć‰ŠăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ç·šé›†éƒšăšäș€æž‰ă—ăŠă‚ă‚ă„ă†ćœąă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

―― そぼこだわりぼă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŻă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«ă—ăŠç”Ÿăżă ă™ăźă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă†ăƒŒă‚“ă€ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăźæ€§æ Œăšă‹ăŒæ±șăŸăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ă‚‚ă†ă‚ă‚‹æ–čć‘ă«ă—ă‹ăŠè©±ăŒé€ČんでいかăȘいんですよ。æ±șćźšă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€æăć‰ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

çŠ¶æłăŻă“ă†ă€ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŻă“ă†ă€ă ă‹ă‚‰ă“ă†ăȘるしかăȘい。そういうぼがあるんです。

ćƒ•ăŒè€ƒăˆă‚‹ăźăŻă€Œć‰ć›žăŒæšŽćŠ›çš„ăȘă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ă ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€ä»Šć›žăŻăĄă‚‡ăŁăšæŸ”ă‚‰ă‹ă‚ă«ă—ăŠă„ă“ă†ă€ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†ă“ăšă ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăƒĄăƒȘハăƒȘă‚’æ„è­˜ă—ăŠă€ă‚ăšăŻă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŒć‹•ăă«ä»»ă›ăŠă„ăă€‚ăă“ă‚’ç„Ąç†ă«ă„ă˜ă‚ă†ăšă™ă‚‹ăšăŠă‹ă—ăăȘっちゃう。

äŸ‹ăˆă°çŹŹ1éƒšăźæœ€ćŸŒă§ă€ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŠă‚”ăƒłăƒ»ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŒă‚čă‚żăƒŒă‚’æźșさăȘă„ă§ă‚ă’ăŸă„ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă ă‘ă‚Œă©ă€ă‚„ăŻă‚Šă‚ăă“ăŻæ­»ăŹă—ă‹ăȘă„ă‚·ăƒŒăƒłă ăŁăŸă€‚ç·šé›†è€…ăšçœŸć‰Łă«è©±ă—ćˆăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœ€ç”‚çš„ă«ăŻă€Œă“ă†ă„ă†ăźăŒă‚ăŁăŠă‚‚è‰Żă„ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă‹ă€ăŁăŠè€ƒăˆă‚‹ă“ăšă«ă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă“ă‚ŒăŻçŸŽă—ă„æ­»ă«æ–čăȘんだっど。

―― è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ăšèš€ăˆă°ă€ç‹Źç‰čăȘæ§‹ć›łă‚„ăƒăƒŒă‚șă€ă„ă‚ă‚†ă‚‹ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ăȘă©ă‚‚è©±éĄŒă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€ă‚ă‚ă„ăŁăŸă‚‚ăźăŻă©ă“ă‹ă‚‰ç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŠăă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ


è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ŒăŻă­ăˆ......ăˆăƒŒăšă€ă•ă‹ăźăŒăŁăŠè©±ă—ăŸă™ăŒă€ćƒ•ăŒăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă—ăŸ80ćčŽä»Łé ƒăŁăŠă€ć…ˆèŒ©ăšă‹ćŒćčŽä»ŁăźäșșăŸăĄă«ă€ă‚‚ăźă™ă”ă„ăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŒăŸăă•ă‚“ă„ă‚‰ăŁă—ă‚ƒăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

ă©ă†ă„ă†ă”ă†ă«ă™ă”ă„ă‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ăšă€äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€Žă‚­ăƒŁăƒ—ăƒ†ăƒłçżŒă€ïŒˆé«˜æ©‹é™œäž€ć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ă‚„ă€ŽăƒȘăƒłă‚°ă«ă‹ă‘ă‚ïŒă€ïŒˆè»Šç”°æ­ŁçŸŽć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ă€ă€ŽćŒ—æ–—ăźæ‹łă€ïŒˆæ­Šè«–ć°Šć…ˆç”ŸïŒćŽŸć“Čć€«ć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ăšă‹ăźç””ăŁăŠ100m慈からでも戆かるんですね。それっどもぼすごいäș‹ăȘんですよ。


そういうぼがè‡Șćˆ†ă«ăŻăȘいăȘă€ăŁăŠă“ăšă‚’ăšăŁăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŠă„ăŠ......ă€‚ăƒ—ăƒ­ă«ăȘăŁăŠă‹ă‚‰ă‚‚ăšăŁăšæ‚©ă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ それが、25、26æ­łăă‚‰ă„ăźæ™‚ă€ć–ææ—…èĄŒă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąă§ćœ«ćˆ»ăšă‹èŠ‹ăŠă„ăŠæ°—ăŒă€ă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăȘă‚“ă‹ă“ă†ă€ć…šéƒšă­ă˜ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€ăƒăƒŒă‚șが。

そこでçȘç„¶ă€Œă“ă‚Œă ïŒă€ăŁăŠăČらめいど、これをè‡Ș戆ăȘă‚Šă«æă„ăŠăżă‚ˆă†ă‹ăȘっど。ああいうèžșæ—‹ăšă‹æ›Čç·šăżăŸă„ăȘもぼをçȘăè©°ă‚ăŠă„ă“ă†ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― ă€Œç””æŸ„ă€ă§ăŻăȘăă€ŒăƒăƒŒă‚șă€ăšă‹ă€Œé€ ćœąçŸŽă€ăšă‹ă§è‡Șćˆ†ă‚‰ă—ă•ă‚’æŒ”ć‡șă—ă‚ˆă†ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăšă«ă‹ăă€Œè‡Ș戆ăȘă‚Šăźç””ă€ăŁăŠăźăŒæăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―― è‡Ș戆だけぼă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒ«ăŒæŹČă—ă‹ăŁăŸïŒŸ

荒朚ç‰čに民ćčŽă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ăšă‹ăźă‚ăźé ƒăŻă­ă€‚

ćœ“æ™‚ăźă€ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ç·šé›†éƒšăźéąšæœźă§ă€çœŸäŒŒă™ă‚‹ăšă‚‚ă‚“ăźă™ă”ă„ă‘ăȘされるんですよ。「これは○○○ぼパクăƒȘだ」「こんăȘă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăƒ€ăƒĄă ïŒă€ăŁăŠă€‚ăă‚Œă“ăæŻŽæ—„èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ă‚ăźćœ“æ™‚ă€ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ç·šé›†éƒšă§èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸäș‹ăŻä»Šă§ă‚‚èș«äœ“ă«æŸ“ăżă€ă„ăŠă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚è‡Ș戆ぼ侭でă‚Șă‚­ăƒ†ăżăŸă„ă«ăȘăŁăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă€ŒăŸă‚“ăŒăšăŻă“ă†ă‚ă‚‹ăčă—ïŒă€ăżăŸă„ăȘ。

―― ć…·äœ“çš„ă«ăŻïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšäŸ‹ăˆă°ă€ćœ“æ™‚ăźć°‘ćčŽăŸă‚“ăŒăŁăŠçœ‰ă‚’ć€Șăæă‹ăȘきゃいけăȘいっどぼがあっど。それがæœȘă ă«æŠœă‘ăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚çŽ°ăă™ă‚‹ăšă­ă€ă‚­ăƒąăƒæ‚Șă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćˆ·ă‚ŠèŸŒăżăŁăŠć…‹æœă™ă‚‹ăźăŒă€ć€§ć€‰ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚


ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ăŻă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąăźă‚ąăƒŒăƒˆă‹ă‚‰ç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸïŒŸ

―― è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ăšèš€ăˆă°ă€ç‹Źç‰čăȘæ§‹ć›łă‚„ăƒăƒŒă‚șă€ă„ă‚ă‚†ă‚‹ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ăȘă©ă‚‚è©±éĄŒă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€ă‚ă‚ă„ăŁăŸă‚‚ăźăŻă©ă“ă‹ă‚‰ç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŠăă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ŒăŻă­ăˆ......ăˆăƒŒăšă€ă•ă‹ăźăŒăŁăŠè©±ă—ăŸă™ăŒă€ćƒ•ăŒăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă—ăŸ80ćčŽä»Łé ƒăŁăŠă€ć…ˆèŒ©ăšă‹ćŒćčŽä»ŁăźäșșăŸăĄă«ă€ă‚‚ăźă™ă”ă„ăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŒăŸăă•ă‚“ă„ă‚‰ăŁă—ă‚ƒăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

ă©ă†ă„ă†ă”ă†ă«ă™ă”ă„ă‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ăšă€äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€Žă‚­ăƒŁăƒ—ăƒ†ăƒłçżŒă€ïŒˆé«˜æ©‹é™œäž€ć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ă‚„ă€ŽăƒȘăƒłă‚°ă«ă‹ă‘ă‚ïŒă€ïŒˆè»Šç”°æ­ŁçŸŽć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ă€ă€ŽćŒ—æ–—ăźæ‹łă€ïŒˆæ­Šè«–ć°Šć…ˆç”ŸïŒćŽŸć“Čć€«ć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ăšă‹ăźç””ăŁăŠ100m慈からでも戆かるんですね。それっどもぼすごいäș‹ăȘんですよ。

そういうぼがè‡Șćˆ†ă«ăŻăȘいăȘă€ăŁăŠă“ăšă‚’ăšăŁăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŠă„ăŠ......ă€‚ăƒ—ăƒ­ă«ăȘăŁăŠă‹ă‚‰ă‚‚ăšăŁăšæ‚©ă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ それが、25、26æ­łăă‚‰ă„ăźæ™‚ă€ć–ææ—…èĄŒă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąă§ćœ«ćˆ»ăšă‹èŠ‹ăŠă„ăŠæ°—ăŒă€ă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăȘă‚“ă‹ă“ă†ă€ć…šéƒšă­ă˜ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€ăƒăƒŒă‚șが。

そこでçȘç„¶ă€Œă“ă‚Œă ïŒă€ăŁăŠăČらめいど、これをè‡Ș戆ăȘă‚Šă«æă„ăŠăżă‚ˆă†ă‹ăȘっど。ああいうèžșæ—‹ăšă‹æ›Čç·šăżăŸă„ăȘもぼをçȘăè©°ă‚ăŠă„ă“ă†ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― ă€Œç””æŸ„ă€ă§ăŻăȘăă€ŒăƒăƒŒă‚șă€ăšă‹ă€Œé€ ćœąçŸŽă€ăšă‹ă§è‡Șćˆ†ă‚‰ă—ă•ă‚’æŒ”ć‡șă—ă‚ˆă†ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăšă«ă‹ăă€Œè‡Ș戆ăȘă‚Šăźç””ă€ăŁăŠăźăŒæăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―― è‡Ș戆だけぼă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒ«ăŒæŹČă—ă‹ăŁăŸïŒŸ

荒朚ç‰čに民ćčŽă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ăšă‹ăźă‚ăźé ƒăŻă­ă€‚

ćœ“æ™‚ăźă€ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ç·šé›†éƒšăźéąšæœźă§ă€çœŸäŒŒă™ă‚‹ăšă‚‚ă‚“ăźă™ă”ă„ă‘ăȘされるんですよ。「これは○○○ぼパクăƒȘだ」「こんăȘă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăƒ€ăƒĄă ïŒă€ăŁăŠă€‚ăă‚Œă“ăæŻŽæ—„èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ă‚ăźćœ“æ™‚ă€ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ç·šé›†éƒšă§èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸäș‹ăŻä»Šă§ă‚‚èș«äœ“ă«æŸ“ăżă€ă„ăŠă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚è‡Ș戆ぼ侭でă‚Șă‚­ăƒ†ăżăŸă„ă«ăȘăŁăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă€ŒăŸă‚“ăŒăšăŻă“ă†ă‚ă‚‹ăčă—ïŒă€ăżăŸă„ăȘ。

―― ć…·äœ“çš„ă«ăŻïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšäŸ‹ăˆă°ă€ćœ“æ™‚ăźć°‘ćčŽăŸă‚“ăŒăŁăŠçœ‰ă‚’ć€Șăæă‹ăȘきゃいけăȘいっどぼがあっど。それがæœȘă ă«æŠœă‘ăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚çŽ°ăă™ă‚‹ăšă­ă€ă‚­ăƒąăƒæ‚Șă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćˆ·ă‚ŠèŸŒăżăŁăŠć…‹æœă™ă‚‹ăźăŒă€ć€§ć€‰ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚


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ć€§è„±è”°ă€ïŒˆă‚žăƒ§ăƒłăƒ»ă‚čă‚żăƒŒă‚žă‚§ă‚čç›ŁçŁïŒ‰ăšă€Žăƒ’ăƒŒăƒˆă€ïŒˆăƒžă‚€ă‚±ăƒ«ăƒ»ăƒžăƒłç›ŁçŁïŒ‰ă‹ăȘ。

ć€§è„±è”°ă€ăŻă€ă‚čăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒăƒ–ăƒ»ăƒžăƒƒă‚Żă‚€ăƒŒăƒłăŒäœ•ćșŠă‚‚æˆ»ăŁăŠăă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ăŒæłŁă‘ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚ăźç”·æ°—ă€ăżă‚“ăȘăźăŸă‚ă«æˆ»ăŁăŠăă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ăŒè‰Żă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăŸăŸă‚‰ăȘいです。

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―― ć…ˆç”Ÿăźè¶Łć‘łăŁăŠăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

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―― やっぱりDVDăŻć€§ăă„ăƒ—ăƒ©ă‚șăƒžăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ăšă‹ă€ăƒ›ăƒŒăƒ ă‚·ă‚ąă‚żăƒŒăšă‹ă§ă”èŠ§ă«ăȘăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

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―― ăă‚ŒăŻæ„ć€–ă§ă™ă€‚é«˜çŽšăƒ›ăƒŒăƒ ă‚·ă‚ąă‚żăƒŒăšă‹ă§èŠ‹ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘć°è±ĄăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

荒朚ăȘかăȘか棊れăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ăƒ–ăƒ©ă‚ŠăƒłçźĄăźæ–čがæ¶Čæ™¶ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚ăœă‚“ăœă‚“ă‚­ăƒŹă‚€ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―― éŸłæ„œă‚‚ăŠć„œăă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźă‚čタンド損ăȘă©ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă„ă‚‹é™ă‚Šă€ă‹ăȘりćč…ćșƒă„æ›Čă‚’èŽă„ăŠă„ă‚‰ăŁă—ă‚ƒă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ăŒă€‚

è’æœšïŒšć„œăă§ă™ă­ă€‚ä»•äș‹äž­ăŻăšăŁăšèŽă„ăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― æœ€èż‘ă ăšă©ă†ă„ă†éŸłæ„œă‚’ïŒŸ

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―― ă‚„ăŻă‚Šă€ăŸă‚“ăŒăźă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąă‚’æ˜ ç”»ă‚„éŸłæ„œă‹ă‚‰ćŸ—ă‚ˆă†ăŁăŠæ°—æŒăĄăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚ăȘă„ă‘ă©ă€æŽ»ă‹ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいかăȘă€‚éŸłæ„œăȘă‚“ă‹ăŻă€æ„ć‘łäžæ˜ŽăȘăźăŒăŸăŸă«ć‡șどくるんですよ。è‡Șćˆ†ăźæŠ‚ćż”ă‚’è¶ŠăˆăŸăšă„ă†ă‹ă€‚

ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’èŽă„ăŠă€ăă‚ŒăŒç†è§Łă§ăăŸæ™‚ă€è‡Șćˆ†ć€ăăȘいăȘ、ă‚Șă‚žă‚”ăƒłă˜ă‚ƒăȘいăȘăŁăŠæ€ă†ă‚ˆă†ă«ă—ăŠăŸă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă«ă‚‚ă“ă ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăŠă‚ă‚Šăźă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ăŒ......。

è’æœšïŒšăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłé›‘èȘŒăŒć„œăăȘんですよ。VOGUEべかNumeroăšă‹ă€èĄšçŽ™ăźă‚«ăƒƒă‚łă„ă„ăƒ€ăƒ„ăŒè‰Żă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă‚ăšă€ă‚čăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒăƒ–ăƒłăƒ»ăƒžă‚€ă‚Œăƒ«ăšă‹ăƒ”ăƒŒă‚żăƒŒăƒ»ăƒȘăƒłăƒ‰ăƒăƒŒă‚°ăšă‹ă€ć„œăăȘăƒ•ă‚©ăƒˆă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒŒăźäœœć“ăŒèŒ‰ăŁăŠă‚‹ăƒ€ăƒ„ă‚‚ă‚ˆăèŠ‹ăŸă™ă€‚

ă§ă€èŠ‹ăŠă„ă‚‹ă†ăĄă«ă€Œä»ŠćčŽăźăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŻă“ă‚Œă ăȘă€ăŁăŠăźăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€‚ćŽ»ćčŽăšä»ŠćčŽăŻă‚„ăŁă±ă€ăƒ‰ăƒ«ăƒă‚§ïŒ†ă‚ŹăƒƒăƒăƒŒăƒŠă§ă™ă­ă€‚

―― ăă†ă„ă†ăƒ“ă‚žăƒ„ă‚ąăƒ«ăžăźèˆˆć‘łăŻă€ć­äŸ›ăźé ƒă‹ă‚‰ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ă€ćƒ•ă‚‰ăźäž–ä»ŁăŁăŠă­ă€èŠȘăŒç™Ÿç§‘äș‹ć…žăšă‹ć…šæ›žă‚’濅ずèČ·ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćƒ•ă‚‚çŸŽèĄ“ć…šé›†ă‚’èČ·ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă€ăšăŁăšăă‚Œă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

äž­ă§ă‚‚ă‚ŽăƒŒă‚źăƒŁăƒłăšăƒ”ă‚«ă‚œăšă‹ăźç””ăŒäžæ€è­°ă§ă€‚äœ•ăźăŸă‚ă«ă“ă‚“ăȘç””ă‚’æăă‚“ă ă‚ă†ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚ăƒŹă‚ȘăƒŠăƒ«ăƒ‰ăƒ»ăƒ€ăƒ»ăƒŽă‚Łăƒłăƒăšă‹ăŻćˆ†ă‹ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ćœŒă‚‰ăŻă€ŒèŹŽă€ă ăŁăŸă€‚ăă“ă«ćŒ•ăèŸŒăŸă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

éŸłæ„œăȘă‚“ă‹ă‚‚ăă†ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăƒ“ăƒŒăƒˆăƒ«ă‚șăźă‚ăšă§ăƒ—ăƒ­ă‚°ăƒŹăƒƒă‚·ăƒ–ăƒ­ăƒƒă‚ŻăȘんかがあっど......ă‚ă‚ŒăŁăŠä»ŠèŽă„ăŠă‚‚ă€ŒăȘんăȘă‚“ă ïŒŸïŒŸă€ăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ă‚ˆïŒŸă€€ăƒ”ăƒłă‚Żăƒ•ăƒ­ă‚€ăƒ‰ăšă‹ă€ăƒ›ăƒłăƒˆă«ăƒŻă‚±ă‚ă‹ă‚“ăȘă„ă§ă™ăŒă€ă˜ăŁăă‚ŠèŽă„ăŠăżă‚‹ăšè‰Żă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ăˆă€‚

―― æ™źé€šăźć­äŸ›ăŒèŠ‹ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘă‚‚ăźă«ăŻă‚ă‚“ăŸă‚Šèˆˆć‘łăŒăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€€äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€Žä»źéąăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ€ăƒŒă€ïŒˆçŸłăƒŽæŁźç« ć€ȘéƒŽć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ăšă‹ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ă€ă€Žä»źéąăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ€ăƒŒă€ă‚‚èŹŽă§ă—ăŸă€‚ă‚ăźă­ă€ăŻăŁăă‚Šèš€ăŁăŠć…šç„¶éąç™œă„ăšæ€ăˆăȘă‹ăŁăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ă€Žć·šäșșăźæ˜Ÿă€ïŒˆæą¶ćŽŸäž€éšŽć…ˆç”ŸïŒć·ćŽŽăźăŒă‚‹ć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ăšă‹ă«æŻ”ăčど、ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒäœ•ă‚’èš€ă„ăŸă„ăźă‹ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰ăȘă„ă€‚ăšăŁăšă€ă†ă˜ă†ă˜ă†ă˜ă†ă˜æ‚©ă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいですか。ăȘたに、すごいäșșæ°—ăŒă‚ăŁăŠäžæ€è­°ă ăŁăŸăȘă‚ă€‚çŸłăƒŽæŁźć…ˆç”Ÿăźă€Žăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ć…„é–€ă€ăŻăƒă‚€ăƒ–ăƒ«ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă‚ăźăŸă‚“ăŒăźè‰Żă•ăŻă‚ă‹ă‚‰ăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ăˆă€ă„ăŸă ă«ă€‚

―― ăŸă‚“ăŒăŻă„ă€ăă‚‰ă„ă‹ă‚‰æă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

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ăăźćœ“æ™‚ăźć‹é”ăŒă­ă€ćƒ•ăźç””ă‚’è€’ă‚ăŠăă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă€ŒäžŠæ‰‹ă„ă­ă€ăŁăŠă€‚ăă‚ŒăŒă™ă”ăă†ă‚Œă—ăăŁăŠă­ă€‚ćœŒăŻăŸă‚“ăŒă‚’æă‹ăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ç·šé›†è€…ăżăŸă„ă«ă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăšćŠ©èš€ă—ăŠăă‚Œă‚‹ăźă§ă€æă„ăŸă‚‰ăŸăšćœŒă«èŠ‹ă›ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ä»Šă§ă‚‚ćœŒăšăŻä»˜ăćˆă„ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― ăă‚ŒăŒăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ăƒ»è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠăźă‚čă‚żăƒŒăƒˆăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ć‘šă‚Šă«ăŻăŸă‚“ăŒă‚’ă€Œæăă€ć‹é”ăŻă„ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă„ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăŻäșșć‰ă§ăŸă‚“ăŒă‚’èȘ­ă‚“でるず銏éčżă«ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚ăšèŠȘăšć…ˆç”ŸăŻæ€’ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†æ™‚ä»Łă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰éš ă‚ŒăŠă‚„ăŁăŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

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―― ăƒ—ăƒ­ăźăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă«ăȘă‚ă†ăšæ€ăŁăŸăźăŻă„ă€é ƒă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšé«˜æ Ąăźæ™‚ă«ă€ćƒ•ăšćŒă„ćčŽăźă‚†ă§ăŸăŸă”ć…ˆç”ŸïŒˆă€Žă‚­ăƒłè‚‰ăƒžăƒłă€ïŒ‰ăŒăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă—ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚·ăƒ§ăƒƒă‚Żă§ă—ăŸă­ă€ă‚łă‚€ăƒ„ă‚‰ćŒă˜é«˜æ Ąç”ŸăȘたにっお。

ć°†æ„ăƒ—ăƒ­ăźăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă«ăȘれたらいいăȘăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠăŻă„ăŸă‘ă‚Œă©ă€ăšă‚Šă‚ăˆăšăŻç›źć…ˆăźé«˜æ Ąç”Ÿăšă—ăŠăźć‹‰ćŒ·ă‚’ă™ă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€€ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ŒăˆïŒă€€ăă‚“ăȘぼケăƒȘïŒŸă€ăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

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―― ć…·äœ“çš„ă«ăŻïŒŸ

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ăšă“ă‚ăŒă€ćœ“æ™‚ăźćƒ•ăŻăă‚Œă‚’çŸ„ă‚‰ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă€æœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰ăă†ă„ă†ă”ă†ă«æă“ă†ăšă—ăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă©ă†ă‚„ăŁăŠă‚‚ćŸźćŠ™ă«ăŻăżć‡șしちゃうじゃăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€€ăă“ă‚’ç·šé›†è€…ă«æ€’ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă­ă€‚ă€ŒăŻăżć‡șă—ăĄă‚ƒă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€ăŁăŠèš€ă†ăšă€Œăƒ›ăƒŻă‚€ăƒˆă‚‚çŸ„ă‚‰ă­ă‡ăźă‹ïŒă€ăŁăŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ă§ă‚‚æœ€ćŸŒă«ă€ăȘă‚“ă‹éąç™œă„ă‹ă‚‰ç›Žă—ăŠæ–°äșșèłžă«ć›žă—ăŠăżă‚ˆă†ă‹ă€ăŁăŠă€‚

―― ăă“ă‹ă‚‰ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă«çč‹ăŒăŁăŠă„ăă‚“ă§ă™ă­ïŒ


è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠă€€ïŒăăźäž‹ç©ăżæ™‚ä»ŁïŒ

―― 民ćčŽă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—æ™‚ä»ŁăźăŠè©±ă‚’äŒșă„ă—ăŠă‚‚ă„ă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€€ăŸăšăŻăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒäœœă§ă‚ă‚‹ă€Žé­”ć°‘ćčŽăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ïŒˆ1983ćčŽïŒ‰ă«ă€ă„ăŠæ•™ăˆăŠăă ă•ă„ă€‚ă‚ăźäœœć“ăŻă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«ă—ăŠç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšćƒ•ă­ă€ă‚·ăƒŁăƒŒăƒ­ăƒŒăƒƒă‚Żăƒ»ăƒ›ăƒŒăƒ ă‚șăŒć€§ć„œăă§ă€ăă‚Œăźé€†ăƒăƒŒă‚žăƒ§ăƒłăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€€é ­ăźè‰Żă„äž»äșșć…ŹăŒă€çŸ„èƒœçŠŻçš„ă«æ‚Șă„ă“ăšă‚’ă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă€ăă‚ŒăŻć‹æƒ…ăźăŸă‚ăźæˆŠă„ă§ă‚ăŁăŠă€æ±șă—ăŠç§ćˆ©ç§æŹČăźăŸă‚ăźæˆŠă„ă§ăŻăȘă„ăŁăŠă„ă†ăźă‚’æăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―― でも、やっどるこべはæ‚Șă„ă“ăšă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

荒朚æ‚Șいこずだけど、æ‚Șă‚’ć€’ă™ăŸă‚ă«æ‚Șă„ă“ăšă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ćźŸăŻăă‚ŒăŒæ­ŁçŸ©ăȘă‚“ă ăŁăŠè€ƒăˆæ–čă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ă‹ă‚‰ă€Œć–„æ‚ȘăšăŻă‚‚ăŁăšè€‡é›‘ăȘæŠ‚ćż”ăȘんじゃăȘă„ăźă‹ă€ăŁăŠæ°—æŒăĄăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ăă†ă„ă†æ°—æŒăĄă‚’èŸŒă‚ăŠæăăŸă—ăŸă€‚ć˜çŽ”ăȘ拧斄æ‡Čæ‚Șăšă‹ă€ă†ă•ă‚“ăă•ă„ă“ăšèš€ă„ăŸăăȘかったんですよ。

―― 今、èȘ­ă‚“ă§ă‚‚ă‘ăŁă“ă†ăƒ‰ă‚­ăƒȘべさせられる憅ćźčですよね。

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ă€ç·šé›†éƒšă‹ă‚‰ăŻăƒ ăƒăƒŁă‚ŻăƒăƒŁèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă‚‚ă†ă€Œé­”ć°‘ćčŽă€ăŁăŠă‚żă‚€ăƒˆăƒ«ăŒé§„ç›źă ăŁăŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚æ‹…ćœ“ă•ă‚“ăŒć‘łæ–čしどくれど、ăȘă‚“ăšă‹ăăźăŸăŸé€ŁèŒ‰ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€‚

―― èȘ­è€…ăźććżœăŻă©ă†ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšæœ€ćˆăŻă‚„ăŁă±ă‚ŠăšăŸă©ăŁăŸă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœ€ćŸŒăźæ–čăŻă‘ăŁă“ă†æ”ŻæŒă•ă‚ŒăŸăżăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

―― そうするべ10é€±ă§ç”‚ă‚ă‚‰ă›ăŠă—ăŸăŁăŸăźăŻă‚‚ăŁăŸă„ăȘかったですね。

è’æœšïŒšă„ă‚„ă‚ïœžă€ćƒ•ă€ăăźă“ă‚ä»™ć°äœă‚“ă§ă„ăŠă­ăˆă€‚ă»ă‚“ăŁăšă«ă‚źăƒȘゼăƒȘă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒˆè‹ŠçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚1é€±é–“ćˆ†ă‚’æăăźă«2é€±é–“ăă‚‰ă„ă‹ă‹ăŁăŠăŠ......ă€‚ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă‚ąă‚·ă‚čタントăȘんかいăȘă„ă‹ă‚‰ă€ć…šéƒšïŒ‘äșșă§æă„ăŠăŠă€‚ă‚ăă“ă§ă€ă‚„ă‚ăŠăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚‰ă©ă†ăȘっどいたこべやら。

―― äœ“ćŠ›çš„ă«ă‚‚10è©±ăŒé™ç•Œă ăŁăŸăšă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăă‚ăźćœ“æ™‚æ€ăŁăŸăźăŻă€ă©ă†ă‚„ă‚Œă°é€±ćˆŠé€ŁèŒ‰ăȘă‚“ăŠă§ăă‚‹ăźă‹ăŁăŠă“ăšă€‚ć˜èĄŒæœŹ1ć†Šćˆ†æăăźă«ă‚ă‚“ăȘă«ćŠŽćŠ›äœżă†ă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

ăšă“ă‚ăŒăăźæ™‚ă€ă€Žă“ăĄäș€ă€ïŒˆă€Žă“ăĄă‚‰è‘›éŁŸćŒșäș€æœ‰ć…Źćœ’ć‰æŽŸć‡șæ‰€ă€ïŒ‰ăȘんかは、50ć·»ăă‚‰ă„ć‡șどいどね。こぼäșșïŒˆç§‹æœŹæČ»ć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰ăŻă€äž€äœ“ăȘんăȘă‚“ă ăŁăŠæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― 『魔民ćčŽăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ç”‚äș†ćŸŒăŻă€ă©ă†ă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă™ăă«æŹĄć›žäœœă‚’ă©ă†ă—ă‚ˆă†ă‹ă‚’æ‹…ćœ“ç·šé›†è€…ăšè©±ă—ćˆă„ć§‹ă‚ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ăăźç”æžœă€ă€Žăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ă§ăŻçŸ„çš„ăȘæˆŠă„ă‚’æă„ăŸăźă§ă€ä»ŠćșŠăŻè‚‰äœ“çš„ăȘæˆŠă„ă‚’æă“ă†ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăȘă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ăă‚ŒăŒă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒæ„èšȘè€…ă€ïŒˆ1984ćčŽïŒ‰ă§ă™ă€‚

ă§ă€ăăźăŸă‚ăźć–æă‚’ă—ăŸă‚Šă€èł‡æ–™ă«ăȘりそうăȘæœŹă‚’æŒăŁăŸă‚Š......äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒă€ă§ăŻç§˜ćŻ†ç”ç€ŸăŒć‡șăŠăă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăăźăŸă‚ă«ă€ăƒšăƒŒăƒ­ăƒƒăƒ‘ă«ćźŸćœšă™ă‚‹ç§˜ćŻ†ç”ç€Ÿă«ă€ă„ăŠæ›žă‹ă‚ŒăŸæœŹă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă ă‚Šă—ăŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

そしど、そぼ侊で4è©±ćˆ†ăźăƒăƒŒăƒ ă‚’æ›žă„ăŠæ–°é€ŁèŒ‰ăźćŻ©æŸ»ă«ć‡șă—ăŠă€é€ŁèŒ‰ăŒæ±șăŸăŁăŸăšă“ă‚ă§æ±äșŹă«ćŒ•ăŁè¶Šă—お......ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€æ‹…ćœ“ă•ă‚“ă«ă€Œä»™ć°ă«ćŽŸçšżă‚’ć–ă‚Šă«èĄŒăăźăŒă‚€ăƒ€ă ă€ăŁăŠă€äșșă•ă‚‰ă„ăźă‚ˆă†ă«æ‹‰è‡Žă•ă‚ŒăŠăăŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ăă‚ŒăŒă ă„ăŸă„é€ŁèŒ‰é–‹ć§‹ăź3ăƒ¶æœˆăă‚‰ă„ć‰ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ă‚ăšăŻăšăŁăšć‰ć€’ă—ă§ćŽŸçšżă‚’æă„ăŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚ă€Žăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ăźæ™‚ă«ă€Œç›Žă—ă€ă§è‹Šă—ă‚“ă ăźă§ă€‚

―― ă€Œç›Žă—ă€ăŒć€šă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€10ăƒšăƒŒă‚žăźç›Žă—ăă‚‰ă„ă–ă‚‰ă§ă™ă€‚é€ŁèŒ‰ăŻ19ăƒšăƒŒă‚žăȘăźă«ă€æŻŽé€±ćźŸèłȘ30ăƒšăƒŒă‚žăă‚‰ă„æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźïŒˆè‹ŠçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚æ‹…ćœ“ă•ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ă€Œă“ă‚Œé§„ç›źă ă€ă€Œă“ă‚Œæăç›Žă›ă€ăŁăŠă€‚

―― ć…·äœ“çš„ă«ăŻă©ă†ă„ă†?

è’æœšïŒšéĄ”ăźèĄšæƒ…ăšă‹ă‹ăȘあ。æœȘç†Ÿă ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€æœ€ćˆăźç””ăšæœ€ćŸŒăźç””ăŒé•ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă†ă„ă†æ™‚ăŻç”¶ćŻŸă«æăç›Žă•ă›ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

ă‚ăšă€ă“ă‚ŒăŻă€ăăźæ‹…ćœ“ă•ă‚“ă ă‘ăźă‚łăƒ€ăƒŻăƒȘăȘぼかもしれăȘă„ă‘ă‚Œă©ă€ă€Œăƒă‚łïŒă€ăšă‹ă„ă†æăæ–‡ć­—ăźă€Œăƒă€ăźéƒšćˆ†ăŒă€ŒăƒȘă€ă«èŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰æăç›Žă›ăšă‹......ă€‚ăă‚Œă§æăæ–‡ć­—ăŒéĄ”ă«ă‹ă‹ăŁăĄă‚ƒă†ăŁăŠäș‹ă«ăȘă‚‹ăšă€ă‚łăƒžć…šéƒšæ›žăç›Žă—ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― ăă‚ŒăŻć€§ć€‰ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ć‹˜ćŒă—ăŠæŹČă—ă„ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŸă“ăšăŻăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă€Œć‹˜ćŒă—ăŠăă ă•ă„ă€ăŁăŠăźăŻăȘい侖界ですね。

ćœ“æ™‚ă€ă€Žăƒ–ăƒ©ăƒƒă‚Żă‚šăƒłă‚žă‚§ăƒ«ă‚șă€ăŒć€§äșșæ°—ă ăŁăŸćčłæŸäŒžäșŒć…ˆç”Ÿă§ă™ă‚‰19ăƒšăƒŒă‚žäžžăŸă‚‹æăç›Žă—ăšă‹ă•ă›ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă“ăšăŒă‚ăŁăŸăă†ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă€ŒăŠć‰ăżăŸă„ăȘăƒ€ăƒ„ăŻă—ă‚‡ăŁăĄă‚…ă†ă ă‚ˆă€ăŁăŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ăȘă‚“ă‹ă€æœ€èż‘ç›Žă—ă‚’ă‚€ăƒ€ăŒă‚‹æ–°äșșăŒă„ă‚‹ă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€äżĄă˜ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘいですよね。ありがたいこべをè‡Șćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰æ‹’ćŠă—ăŠă©ă†ă™ă‚‹ăźăŁăŠæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€‚

―― ă‚ąă‚·ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒˆăŻć…„ă‚ŒăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒă€ă‹ă‚‰ć…„ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă€‚ăŸă ă€ćƒ•è‡Șèș«ăŒă‚ąă‚·ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒˆç”Œéš“ăŒăȘă‹ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ă©ă†æŒ‡ç€șă—ăŠă„ă„ăźă‹ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰ăšă€é€†ă«ă©ă†æŒ‡ç€șă—ăŠă»ă—ă„ăźă‹èžă„ăŸă‚Š......ă€‚æœ€ćˆăźă“ă‚ăŻăă‚ŒăŒă‚ă‚“ăŸă‚ŠäžŠæ‰‹ăă„ă‹ăȘくどă‚čトハă‚čにăȘăŁăŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€ă“ă“ă«ăƒ™ă‚żă‚’ćĄ—ăŁăŠăă‚ŒăŁăŠé Œă‚€ăšă€ă»ă‹ăźăšă“ćĄ—ăŁăŠăăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒˆè‹ŠçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†æ™‚ă«æ€’ă‚‹ăčきăȘぼか、ć„Șă—ăè«­ă™ăčきăȘぼか、è‡Șćˆ†ăźæŒ‡ç€șがæ‚Șかったべ揍省すăčきăȘăźă‹ă€ăšă«ă‹ăă©ă†ă—ăŠă„ă„ăźă‹ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă€‚ă“ăźă‚ăŸă‚ŠăŻă€ăšă„ă¶ă‚“ăšè©ŠèĄŒéŒŻèȘ€ă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

―― ăšă«ă‹ăæˆ‘æ”ă§ăȘんべかしどいくしかăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăă†ă™ă‚‹ăšă€ă‚ˆăă§ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚ąă‚·ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒˆă•ă‚“ăŒă€è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿç‹Źè‡Șぼやりæ–čă«ăłăŁăă‚Šă—ăŸăȘんどこべもあったんじゃăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćźŸéš›ă«èžă„ăŸăźăŻç ŽćŁŠă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚‚ăźăźæăæ–čă«ă€ă„ăŠă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćƒ•ăŻă€äŸ‹ăˆă°èŒ¶çą—ăŒć‰Čă‚ŒăŸăšăăšă‹ă€ç Žç‰‡ăŒă‚žă‚°ă‚œăƒŒăƒ‘ă‚șăƒ«ăżăŸă„ă«ăăĄă‚“ăšăŻăŸă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«æă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ăȘă„ăšă‚€ăƒ€ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ă“ă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’é©ćœ“ă«æăäșșがいる。

ăă‚Œă«ă€ă„ăŠă€ă€Œă‚żăƒžă‚Žć‰Čっど、砮片が搈わăȘきゃおかしいでしょ。侾くăȘらăȘăă‚ƒăŠă‹ă—ă„ă€ăŁăŠèš€ăŁăŸă‚‰ă€ăăźäșșăŻćˆ„ăźăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăźăšă“ă‚ă§ă€è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠă«ă“ă†ă„ă†ă“ăšèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠăłăŁăă‚Šă—ăŸă€ăŁăŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― çąșă‹ă«ćœ“æ™‚ïŒˆ80ćčŽä»ŁïŒ‰ăŻă€ăă‚“ăȘă«ç””ă«ă“ă ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăŸăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŁăŠć€šăăȘă‹ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ć…ˆç”ŸăŻă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšć…ˆă«é€Čăżă™ăŽăŠă„ăŸăźă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ă€æŠ€èĄ“çš„ăȘăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ă‚ąă‚·ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒˆă•ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ć­Šă‚“ă ă“ăšă‚‚ć€šă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

ă€ŽćŒ—æ–—ăźæ‹łă€ăźćŽŸć“Čć€«ć…ˆç”Ÿăšă‹ă€ă€Žă‚­ăƒŁăƒƒăƒ„ăƒ»ă‚ąă‚€ă€ăźćŒ—æĄćžć…ˆç”Ÿăšă‹ă€ç””ăźäžŠæ‰‹ă„ăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăźăšă“ă‚ă§ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸäșșăŻă€ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚ŠäžŠæ‰‹ăȘんですよ。しかも、ăȘă‚“ă§ă‹çŸ„ă‚‰ăȘă„ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ćœŒă‚‰ă€ă€ŽćŒ—æ–—ăźæ‹łă€ăźç”ŸćŽŸçšżăšă‹æŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’èŠ‹ă›ăŠèČ°ăŁăŠă€ă€Œă“ă“ă©ă†ă‚„ă‚“ăźïŒŸă€ăšă‹æ•™ăˆăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŸă‚ŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă€ç””ăźäžŠæ‰‹ă„ăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăźæăæ–čă«ăŻèˆˆć‘łăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚Šă‚ƒă‚ă€ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆïŒă€€ćœ“æ™‚ă€ă€Žă‚łăƒ–ăƒ©ă€ăźćŻșæČąæ­Šäž€ć…ˆç”ŸăźćŽŸçšżăŒă©ă†ă—ăŠă‚‚èŠ‹ăŸăăŠă€ç·šé›†è€…ă«é ŒăżèŸŒă‚“ă§ă‚łăƒ”ăƒŒă‚’ă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă‚ă‚ŠćŸ—ăȘいæ–čć‘ă«ăƒšăƒłăŒè”°ăŁăŠăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă€ă©ă†ă‚„ăŁăŠæă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă‹ă€ă™ă”ă„æ°—ă«ăȘっどたんですよ。

―― ä»Šă§ăŻæ„­ç•Œăƒˆăƒƒăƒ—ăƒŹăƒ™ăƒ«ăźæŠ€èĄ“ćŠ›ăƒ»èĄšçŸćŠ›ăšăźć‘ŒăłćŁ°ă‚‚é«˜ă„è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă§ă™ăŒă€ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒç›ŽćŸŒăŻć‹‰ćŒ·ăŸăŸć‹‰ćŒ·ăźæ—„ă€…ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă„ă‚„ă€ä»Šă§ă‚‚ă‘ăŁă“ă†ç›Žă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ç›Žă—ăŠă‚ă‚ŒăȘă‚“ă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€€ïŒè’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠăŻć±ˆă—ăȘă„ïŒ ―― 『バă‚ȘăƒŒæ„èšȘè€…ă€ăźç”‚äș†ă‹ă‚‰çŽ„2ćčŽćŸŒă€ă€ă„ă«ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€ïŒˆ1986ćčŽïœžïŒ‰ăŒć§‹ăŸă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă€Žăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ă§ă€ŒçŸ„æ€§ă€ă‚’ă€ă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒă€ă§ă€Œè‚‰äœ“ă€ă‚’æă„ăŸăźă§ă€æŹĄăŻă€Œćżƒă€ă‹ăȘă€ăšă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăźć°‘ćčŽăŸă‚“ăŒăŁăŠă€ŒćŒ·ă„äșșă€ïŒă€Œă‚±ăƒłă‚«ăźé”äșș」だったじゃăȘいですか。惕はそうじゃăȘăăŠă€ă‚‚ăŁăšćżƒăźćŒ·ă•ăżăŸă„ăȘă‚‚ăźă‚’æăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

ćœ“æ™‚ăŻăƒăƒ–ăƒ«ç”ŒæžˆăźăŸă äž­ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă€ăŸă‚“ăŒă‚‚ăƒăƒ–ăƒȘăƒŒă§ă‚€ă‚±ă‚€ă‚±ăȘè©±ăŒć€šă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăƒˆăƒŒăƒŠăƒĄăƒłăƒˆæ–čćŒăšă‹ă§ă€ă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“æ•”ăŒćŒ·ăăȘăŁăŠă„ăă€‚ă§ă‚‚é ‚äžŠăŸă§èĄŒăŁăŸă‚‰æœŹćœ“ă«æœ€ćŒ·ăȘăźă‹ă€ă€ŒçœŸăźćŒ·ă•ă€ăŁăŠæœŹćœ“ă«ăă“ă«ă‚ă‚‹ăźă‹ăŁăŠéƒšćˆ†ă«ă™ă”ăç–‘ć•ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă€‚

ćƒ•ăŻăăźç­”ăˆăŒă€Œćżƒă€ă«ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă‹ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă—ăŠă€ăă†ă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚’æăăŸă„ă€ăšă€‚

―― それが、ゾョゾョであったり、ディă‚Șă§ă‚ăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă€Žăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ăźæ™‚ă‚‚ăă†ă ăŁăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœŹæ”ă«é€†ă‚‰ă†ăźăŻć€§ć€‰ăȘă“ăšă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăźç·šé›†éƒšă‹ă‚‰ăŻă€ă€Œă‚‚ăŁăšćˆ†ă‹ă‚Šă‚„ă™ăăŠćŒ·ăă†ăȘæ•”ă‚’ăƒăƒłăƒăƒłć‡șă›ïŒă€ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†èŠæœ›ăŻăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă€‚ăŸă ă€ćƒ•ăŻă€Œä»–äșșăŒæă„ăŠă„ăȘă„ă“ăšă‚’æăă€ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’äž€ç•Ș性äș‹ă«ă—ăŠă„ăŸăźă§ă€ăă“ăŻè­Čă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă€‚ăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ăšă—ăŠăźäŸĄć€€èŠłă‚’ă€Œäșșæ°—ă€ă ăšă‹ă€ă€ŒćŁČă‚ŠäžŠă’ă€ă ăšă‹ă«çœźă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšć±ˆă—ăĄă‚ƒă†ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€è‡Ș戆ぼ侭でé€Čむăčăé“ăŒèŠ‹ăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ć‘šă‚Šă«äœ•ă‚’èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă‚‚æ°—ă«ăȘらăȘくăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

―― ă‚ąăƒłă‚±ăƒŒăƒˆç”æžœă«ă“ă ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăȘかったんですね。

è’æœšïŒšă„ă‚„ćœ“ç„¶ă€1äœă‚’ć–ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰ă†ă‚Œă—ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă‚‚ăă‚ŒăŻç›źçš„ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいですよね。慹くćŁČれăȘă„ăźăŻă‚€ăƒ€ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€èȘŒéąă«èŒ‰ăŁăŠă„ă‚Œă°è‰Żă„ăźă‹ăȘ、べ。

ăă‚Œă«ă€"ăƒˆăƒŒăƒŠăƒĄăƒłăƒˆă‚‚ăź"はă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăšă—ăŠă‚„ă°ăăȘă„ă‹ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ă‚„ăŁăŠæăć°œăă—ăŸăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŸăĄăŒă€æŹĄăźäœœć“ăźæ™‚ă«ăƒ‘ăƒŻăƒŒă‚’ć€±ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ăŒă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚Œă‚‚ă‚€ăƒ€ă§ă€‚

―― ăă†ă„ă†æ„ć‘łă§èš€ă†ăšă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻă€æ–°ă—ă„éƒšăŒć§‹ăŸă‚‹ăŸăłă«ć…šăé•ă†æ–č搑にăȘăŁăŠă€æ–°éźźăȘéąç™œă•ăšăƒ‘ăƒŻăƒŒăŒă‚ă‚‹äœœć“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäž»äșșć…ŹăŒć€‰ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăăšă„ă†ă€ćœ“æ™‚ăšă—ăŠăŻïŒˆä»Šă§ă‚‚ïŒŸïŒ‰ă‹ăȘă‚Šçă—ă„ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăŻæœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰äșˆćźšă—ăŠă„ăŸă‚‚ăźăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă€Žă‚šăƒ‡ăƒłăźæ±ă€ïŒˆă‚žăƒ§ăƒłăƒ»ă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒłăƒ™ăƒƒă‚ŻïŒ‰ăšă‹ă€ă‚ąăƒĄăƒȘă‚«ăźć°èȘŹă«äž»äșșć…ŹăŒä»Łæ›żă‚ă‚Šă—ăŠă„ăăŁăŠăźăŒă‚ˆăă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚é€Łç¶šć€§æČłăƒ‰ăƒ©ăƒžăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă­ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ăźăŒć„œăă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă‚„ăŁăŠăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―― ăȘă‚‹ă»ă©ă€‚ă§ăŻăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚Șă‚‚æœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŒă‚čă‚żăƒŒäž€æ—ă«é–ąă‚ăŁăŠă„ăă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăšă„ă†äșˆćźšă ăŁăŸă‚“ですね。

è’æœšïŒšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźæ§‹æƒłăźäž­ă«ă€Œć…ˆç„–ăźć› çžă€ăŁăŠă‚‚ăźăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€çŹŹ1éƒšă§æ­»ă‚“ă ăŻăšăźăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ȘăŒçŸä»Łă«è˜‡ă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ć±•é–‹ăŻæœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰è€ƒăˆăŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚è‡Șćˆ†ă«ăŻäœ•ă‚‚èČŹä»»ăŒăȘă„ăźă«ă€ć…ˆç„–ă‹ă‚‰ăźć› çžă§ć‘œă‚’ç‹™ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ăŁăŠă™ă”ă„ă‚łăƒŻă‚€ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’æăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― é€†ă«ă€é€ŁèŒ‰äž­ă«ć¶ç„¶ç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚„èš­ćźšăšă„ă†ăźăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšćźŸăŻă€Œă‚čタンド」がそれですね。第2éƒšăŒç”‚ă‚ă‚‹ç›Žć‰ă«ă€ă€Œă‚‚ă†æłąçŽ‹ăŻç”‚ă‚ă‚Šă«ă—ăŠă€çŹŹ3éƒšăŻæ–°ă—ă„ăźă§èĄŒă“ă†ă‚ˆă€ăŁăŠç·šé›†è€…ă«èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă€‚ăă‚Œă§æ…ŒăŠăŠăČねりć‡șă—ăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ăŻè¶…èƒœćŠ›ă‚’ç›źă«èŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«æăăšă©ă†ăȘă‚‹ă‹ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœ€ćˆăŻăȘかăȘă‹æŠ‚ćż”ă‚’ćˆ†ă‹ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăȘくどね。「ăȘă‚“ă ăă‚Œă€ăŁăŠă€‚ă“ăŁă‹ă‚‰ïŒˆèƒŒćŸŒăźç©șé–“ă‚’æŒ‡ă•ă—ăŠïŒ‰ćźˆè­·éœŠăżăŸă„ăȘぼがć‡șăŠăăŠæ•”ă‚’æ”»æ’ƒă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆăŁăŠèš€ăŁăŠă‚‚ćˆ†ă‹ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăȘă„ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ăă†ă“ă†ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă†ăĄă«ç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šă‚‚èż‘ă„ă„ăŠăăŸă‚“ă§ă€ăšă‚Šă‚ăˆăšæă„ăŠă€ăă‚Œă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă§ă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă‚Œă§ă‚‚ăȘかăȘかね......ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ă€ă©ă†ă‚„ăŁăŠă‚ă‹ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŠă†ă‹ăŁăŠăźăŒă€çŹŹ3éƒšăźć§‹ăŸă‚Šă§ă—ăŸă€‚

―― でも、だんだんèȘçŸ„ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŁăŠă€ä»Šă§ăŻćźšç•ȘăźèĄšçŸæ–čæł•ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă†ăȘăŁăĄă‚ƒă„ăŸă—ăŸă­ïœžă€‚

―― しかし、こうしどおäŒșă„ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€éšæ‰€ă«ă€Œç·šé›†è€…ă€ăźć­˜ćœšăŒć‡șăŠăăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăšăŁăŠă€Œç·šé›†è€…ă€ăšăŻă„ăŁăŸă„ă©ă‚“ăȘ歘朹ăȘăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăŠçŹ‘ă„ăźç›žæ–čăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă‹ă­ă€‚ăšăŠă‚‚ć€§ćˆ‡ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚1äșșă˜ă‚ƒç”¶ćŻŸă«ăŸă‚“ăŒăŻäœœă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ç·šé›†è€…ăšăźæ‰“ćˆă›ăŻć€§äș‹ă§ă™ă€‚

づăȘăżă«ă€ă“ă‚ŒăŸă§10äșșä»„äžŠăźç·šé›†è€…ăšä»•äș‹ă—ăŠăăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€æ–°äșșç·šé›†è€…ă ăšèŽçžźă—ăŠæ„èŠ‹ă‚’èš€ă‚ăȘă„ă“ăšăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ăă†ă„ă†ăšăă€ćƒ•ă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšæ€’ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăȘă‚“ă§ă‚‚è‰Żă„ă‹ă‚‰èš€ăˆăŁăŠă€èš€ă†ăźăŒă‚ăȘăŸăźä»•äș‹ă ă‚ˆăŁăŠă€‚

―― ç·šé›†è€…ăźæ„èŠ‹ă«ă‚ˆăŁăŠäœœć“ăŒć€‰ă‚ă‚‹ăŁăŠäș‹ăŻă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă€‚ăăźäșșăźć„œăżă‚‚ć…„ăŁăĄă‚ƒăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă—ă€‚ăŸăšăˆă°ă€ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźçŹŹ3郹でディă‚Șă‚’ć€’ă—ă«ă‚šă‚žăƒ—ăƒˆă«èĄŒăă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ă‚ă‚ŒăŻă€ç·šé›†è€…ăŒă‚šă‚žăƒ—ăƒˆć„œăă ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ăȘんですよ。惕は、ああいう、ăȘă‚“ăŠă„ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă€æ±šă„ïŒŸă€€ăă†ă„ă†ć Žæ‰€ăŻă‚€ăƒ€ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ç·šé›†è€…ăŒă‚€ă‚Šă‚„ă‚Šäž€ç·’ă«èĄŒă“ă†ă‚ˆăŁăŠă€‚ćƒ•ăŻèĄŒăăŸăăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― ä»ŠăŸă§ăźæ‹…ćœ“ç·šé›†è€…ăźäž­ă§äž€ç•Șć°è±ĄăŒćŒ·ă‹ăŁăŸäșșăšèš€ă†ăšïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšçš†ă•ă‚“ă€ăă‚Œăžă‚Œć€‹æ€§çš„ă§ă—ăŸăŒă€ă‚„ăŻă‚Šćœ§ć€’çš„ăȘăźăŻă€ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒćœ“æ™‚ă‹ă‚‰ăŠäž–è©±ă«ăȘăŁăŠă‚‹æ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćƒ•ăźăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ăšă—ăŠăźæ–čć‘æ€§ăŻăăźäșșべぼやりべりぼ侭でæ±șăŸăŁăŠă„ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

æ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ăŒæ‹…ćœ“ă—ăŸă»ă‹ăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăźäœœć“ăšă‹ă‚’èŠ‹ă‚‹ăšćˆ†ă‹ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŒă‚žç§‹ć±±ć…ˆç”Ÿăšă‹ă€ćźźäž‹ă‚ăă‚‰ć…ˆç”Ÿăšă‹ă€ăżă‚“ăȘăĄă‚‡ăŁăšăƒ€ăƒă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― ćŒ·çƒˆăȘäœœć“ă‚’ăŠæăăźæ–čă°ă‹ă‚Šă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăŸă ă€é€†ă«èš€ă†ăšă€ăă‚“ăȘæ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ă ă‹ă‚‰ă“ăă€è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăźćŠ›ă‚’ćŒ•ăć‡șă›ăŸăźă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă“ă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă«ăŻăȘっおăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ăˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰æ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ă«ăŻæ„ŸèŹă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚


ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€€ïŒè’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠăŻć±ˆă—ăȘă„ïŒ

―― 『バă‚ȘăƒŒæ„èšȘè€…ă€ăźç”‚äș†ă‹ă‚‰çŽ„2ćčŽćŸŒă€ă€ă„ă«ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€ïŒˆ1986ćčŽïœžïŒ‰ăŒć§‹ăŸă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă€Žăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ă§ă€ŒçŸ„æ€§ă€ă‚’ă€ă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒă€ă§ă€Œè‚‰äœ“ă€ă‚’æă„ăŸăźă§ă€æŹĄăŻă€Œćżƒă€ă‹ăȘă€ăšă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăźć°‘ćčŽăŸă‚“ăŒăŁăŠă€ŒćŒ·ă„äșșă€ïŒă€Œă‚±ăƒłă‚«ăźé”äșș」だったじゃăȘいですか。惕はそうじゃăȘăăŠă€ă‚‚ăŁăšćżƒăźćŒ·ă•ăżăŸă„ăȘă‚‚ăźă‚’æăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

ćœ“æ™‚ăŻăƒăƒ–ăƒ«ç”ŒæžˆăźăŸă äž­ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă€ăŸă‚“ăŒă‚‚ăƒăƒ–ăƒȘăƒŒă§ă‚€ă‚±ă‚€ă‚±ăȘè©±ăŒć€šă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăƒˆăƒŒăƒŠăƒĄăƒłăƒˆæ–čćŒăšă‹ă§ă€ă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“æ•”ăŒćŒ·ăăȘăŁăŠă„ăă€‚ă§ă‚‚é ‚äžŠăŸă§èĄŒăŁăŸă‚‰æœŹćœ“ă«æœ€ćŒ·ăȘăźă‹ă€ă€ŒçœŸăźćŒ·ă•ă€ăŁăŠæœŹćœ“ă«ăă“ă«ă‚ă‚‹ăźă‹ăŁăŠéƒšćˆ†ă«ă™ă”ăç–‘ć•ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă€‚

ćƒ•ăŻăăźç­”ăˆăŒă€Œćżƒă€ă«ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă‹ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă—ăŠă€ăă†ă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚’æăăŸă„ă€ăšă€‚

―― それが、ゾョゾョであったり、ディă‚Șă§ă‚ăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă€Žăƒ“ăƒŒăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ăźæ™‚ă‚‚ăă†ă ăŁăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœŹæ”ă«é€†ă‚‰ă†ăźăŻć€§ć€‰ăȘă“ăšă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăźç·šé›†éƒšă‹ă‚‰ăŻă€ă€Œă‚‚ăŁăšćˆ†ă‹ă‚Šă‚„ă™ăăŠćŒ·ăă†ăȘæ•”ă‚’ăƒăƒłăƒăƒłć‡șă›ïŒă€ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†èŠæœ›ăŻăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă€‚ăŸă ă€ćƒ•ăŻă€Œä»–äșșăŒæă„ăŠă„ăȘă„ă“ăšă‚’æăă€ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’äž€ç•Ș性äș‹ă«ă—ăŠă„ăŸăźă§ă€ăă“ăŻè­Čă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă€‚ăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ăšă—ăŠăźäŸĄć€€èŠłă‚’ă€Œäșșæ°—ă€ă ăšă‹ă€ă€ŒćŁČă‚ŠäžŠă’ă€ă ăšă‹ă«çœźă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšć±ˆă—ăĄă‚ƒă†ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€è‡Ș戆ぼ侭でé€Čむăčăé“ăŒèŠ‹ăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ć‘šă‚Šă«äœ•ă‚’èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă‚‚æ°—ă«ăȘらăȘくăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

―― ă‚ąăƒłă‚±ăƒŒăƒˆç”æžœă«ă“ă ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăȘかったんですね。

è’æœšïŒšă„ă‚„ćœ“ç„¶ă€1äœă‚’ć–ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰ă†ă‚Œă—ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă‚‚ăă‚ŒăŻç›źçš„ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいですよね。慹くćŁČれăȘă„ăźăŻă‚€ăƒ€ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€èȘŒéąă«èŒ‰ăŁăŠă„ă‚Œă°è‰Żă„ăźă‹ăȘ、べ。

ăă‚Œă«ă€"ăƒˆăƒŒăƒŠăƒĄăƒłăƒˆă‚‚ăź"はă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăšă—ăŠă‚„ă°ăăȘă„ă‹ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ă‚„ăŁăŠæăć°œăă—ăŸăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŸăĄăŒă€æŹĄăźäœœć“ăźæ™‚ă«ăƒ‘ăƒŻăƒŒă‚’ć€±ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ăŒă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚Œă‚‚ă‚€ăƒ€ă§ă€‚

―― ăă†ă„ă†æ„ć‘łă§èš€ă†ăšă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻă€æ–°ă—ă„éƒšăŒć§‹ăŸă‚‹ăŸăłă«ć…šăé•ă†æ–č搑にăȘăŁăŠă€æ–°éźźăȘéąç™œă•ăšăƒ‘ăƒŻăƒŒăŒă‚ă‚‹äœœć“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäž»äșșć…ŹăŒć€‰ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăăšă„ă†ă€ćœ“æ™‚ăšă—ăŠăŻïŒˆä»Šă§ă‚‚ïŒŸïŒ‰ă‹ăȘă‚Šçă—ă„ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăŻæœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰äșˆćźšă—ăŠă„ăŸă‚‚ăźăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă€Žă‚šăƒ‡ăƒłăźæ±ă€ïŒˆă‚žăƒ§ăƒłăƒ»ă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒłăƒ™ăƒƒă‚ŻïŒ‰ăšă‹ă€ă‚ąăƒĄăƒȘă‚«ăźć°èȘŹă«äž»äșșć…ŹăŒä»Łæ›żă‚ă‚Šă—ăŠă„ăăŁăŠăźăŒă‚ˆăă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚é€Łç¶šć€§æČłăƒ‰ăƒ©ăƒžăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă­ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ăźăŒć„œăă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă‚„ăŁăŠăżăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―― ăȘă‚‹ă»ă©ă€‚ă§ăŻăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚Șă‚‚æœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŒă‚čă‚żăƒŒäž€æ—ă«é–ąă‚ăŁăŠă„ăă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăšă„ă†äșˆćźšă ăŁăŸă‚“ですね。

è’æœšïŒšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźæ§‹æƒłăźäž­ă«ă€Œć…ˆç„–ăźć› çžă€ăŁăŠă‚‚ăźăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€çŹŹ1éƒšă§æ­»ă‚“ă ăŻăšăźăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ȘăŒçŸä»Łă«è˜‡ă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ć±•é–‹ăŻæœ€ćˆă‹ă‚‰è€ƒăˆăŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚è‡Șćˆ†ă«ăŻäœ•ă‚‚èČŹä»»ăŒăȘă„ăźă«ă€ć…ˆç„–ă‹ă‚‰ăźć› çžă§ć‘œă‚’ç‹™ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ăŁăŠă™ă”ă„ă‚łăƒŻă‚€ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’æăăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― é€†ă«ă€é€ŁèŒ‰äž­ă«ć¶ç„¶ç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚„èš­ćźšăšă„ă†ăźăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšćźŸăŻă€Œă‚čタンド」がそれですね。第2éƒšăŒç”‚ă‚ă‚‹ç›Žć‰ă«ă€ă€Œă‚‚ă†æłąçŽ‹ăŻç”‚ă‚ă‚Šă«ă—ăŠă€çŹŹ3éƒšăŻæ–°ă—ă„ăźă§èĄŒă“ă†ă‚ˆă€ăŁăŠç·šé›†è€…ă«èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă€‚ăă‚Œă§æ…ŒăŠăŠăČねりć‡șă—ăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ăŻè¶…èƒœćŠ›ă‚’ç›źă«èŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«æăăšă©ă†ăȘă‚‹ă‹ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æœ€ćˆăŻăȘかăȘă‹æŠ‚ćż”ă‚’ćˆ†ă‹ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăȘくどね。「ăȘă‚“ă ăă‚Œă€ăŁăŠă€‚ă“ăŁă‹ă‚‰ïŒˆèƒŒćŸŒăźç©șé–“ă‚’æŒ‡ă•ă—ăŠïŒ‰ćźˆè­·éœŠăżăŸă„ăȘぼがć‡șăŠăăŠæ•”ă‚’æ”»æ’ƒă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆăŁăŠèš€ăŁăŠă‚‚ćˆ†ă‹ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăȘă„ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

ăă†ă“ă†ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă†ăĄă«ç· ă‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šă‚‚èż‘ă„ă„ăŠăăŸă‚“ă§ă€ăšă‚Šă‚ăˆăšæă„ăŠă€ăă‚Œă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă§ă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă‚Œă§ă‚‚ăȘかăȘかね......ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ă€ă©ă†ă‚„ăŁăŠă‚ă‹ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŠă†ă‹ăŁăŠăźăŒă€çŹŹ3éƒšăźć§‹ăŸă‚Šă§ă—ăŸă€‚

―― でも、だんだんèȘçŸ„ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŁăŠă€ä»Šă§ăŻćźšç•ȘăźèĄšçŸæ–čæł•ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă†ăȘăŁăĄă‚ƒă„ăŸă—ăŸă­ïœžă€‚

―― しかし、こうしどおäŒșă„ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€éšæ‰€ă«ă€Œç·šé›†è€…ă€ăźć­˜ćœšăŒć‡șăŠăăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăšăŁăŠă€Œç·šé›†è€…ă€ăšăŻă„ăŁăŸă„ă©ă‚“ăȘ歘朹ăȘăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăŠçŹ‘ă„ăźç›žæ–čăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă‹ă­ă€‚ăšăŠă‚‚ć€§ćˆ‡ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚1äșșă˜ă‚ƒç”¶ćŻŸă«ăŸă‚“ăŒăŻäœœă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ç·šé›†è€…ăšăźæ‰“ćˆă›ăŻć€§äș‹ă§ă™ă€‚

づăȘăżă«ă€ă“ă‚ŒăŸă§10äșșä»„äžŠăźç·šé›†è€…ăšä»•äș‹ă—ăŠăăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€æ–°äșșç·šé›†è€…ă ăšèŽçžźă—ăŠæ„èŠ‹ă‚’èš€ă‚ăȘă„ă“ăšăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ăă†ă„ă†ăšăă€ćƒ•ă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšæ€’ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăȘă‚“ă§ă‚‚è‰Żă„ă‹ă‚‰èš€ăˆăŁăŠă€èš€ă†ăźăŒă‚ăȘăŸăźä»•äș‹ă ă‚ˆăŁăŠă€‚

―― ç·šé›†è€…ăźæ„èŠ‹ă«ă‚ˆăŁăŠäœœć“ăŒć€‰ă‚ă‚‹ăŁăŠäș‹ăŻă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă€‚ăăźäșșăźć„œăżă‚‚ć…„ăŁăĄă‚ƒăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă—ă€‚ăŸăšăˆă°ă€ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźçŹŹ3郹でディă‚Șă‚’ć€’ă—ă«ă‚šă‚žăƒ—ăƒˆă«èĄŒăă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ă‚ă‚ŒăŻă€ç·šé›†è€…ăŒă‚šă‚žăƒ—ăƒˆć„œăă ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ăȘんですよ。惕は、ああいう、ăȘă‚“ăŠă„ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă€æ±šă„ïŒŸă€€ăă†ă„ă†ć Žæ‰€ăŻă‚€ăƒ€ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ç·šé›†è€…ăŒă‚€ă‚Šă‚„ă‚Šäž€ç·’ă«èĄŒă“ă†ă‚ˆăŁăŠă€‚ćƒ•ăŻèĄŒăăŸăăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― ä»ŠăŸă§ăźæ‹…ćœ“ç·šé›†è€…ăźäž­ă§äž€ç•Șć°è±ĄăŒćŒ·ă‹ăŁăŸäșșăšèš€ă†ăšïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšçš†ă•ă‚“ă€ăă‚Œăžă‚Œć€‹æ€§çš„ă§ă—ăŸăŒă€ă‚„ăŻă‚Šćœ§ć€’çš„ăȘăźăŻă€ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒćœ“æ™‚ă‹ă‚‰ăŠäž–è©±ă«ăȘăŁăŠă‚‹æ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćƒ•ăźăŸă‚“ăŒćź¶ăšă—ăŠăźæ–čć‘æ€§ăŻăăźäșșべぼやりべりぼ侭でæ±șăŸăŁăŠă„ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

æ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ăŒæ‹…ćœ“ă—ăŸă»ă‹ăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăźäœœć“ăšă‹ă‚’èŠ‹ă‚‹ăšćˆ†ă‹ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŒă‚žç§‹ć±±ć…ˆç”Ÿăšă‹ă€ćźźäž‹ă‚ăă‚‰ć…ˆç”Ÿăšă‹ă€ăżă‚“ăȘăĄă‚‡ăŁăšăƒ€ăƒă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― ćŒ·çƒˆăȘäœœć“ă‚’ăŠæăăźæ–čă°ă‹ă‚Šă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăŸă ă€é€†ă«èš€ă†ăšă€ăă‚“ăȘæ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ă ă‹ă‚‰ă“ăă€è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăźćŠ›ă‚’ćŒ•ăć‡șă›ăŸăźă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă“ă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă«ăŻăȘっおăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ăˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰æ€›ćł¶ă•ă‚“ă«ăŻæ„ŸèŹă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚


ćșƒăŒă‚‹ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒŻăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‰

―― ă•ăŠă€ä»Šă‚„ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăšă„ăˆă°ă€ć„ç•Œăźă‚ŻăƒȘă‚šă‚€ă‚żăƒŒă‚„ă‚ąăƒŒăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čăƒˆă«ă‚‚ç†±ç‹‚çš„ăȘăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłăŒă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ă€ćˆ„ăźäž–ç•Œă§æŽ»èșă—ăŠă„ă‚‰ăŁă—ă‚ƒă‚‹è‘—ćäșșă«ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŒæ„›ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă«ă€ă„ăŠăŻă©ă†æ€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšé•·ă„é–“ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă­ă€è‡Șćˆ†ăŁăŠć€ă„ăźă‹ăȘăŁăŠæ€ă†æ™‚æœŸăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă‚‚ăă†ă„ă†ă”ă†ă«èš€ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆă‚‹ăšă­ă€ć€ăăŠă‚‚ă“ăźăŸăŸă•ă‚‰ă«èĄŒă‘ă°ă„ă„ă‚“ă ăŁăŠæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă†ă‚Œă—ă„ă€ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

―― CDă‚žăƒŁă‚±ăƒƒăƒˆă‚„Tă‚·ăƒŁăƒ„ăƒ‡ă‚¶ă‚€ăƒłăȘă©ă€ä»–æ„­ç•Œăźă‚ąăƒŒăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čăƒˆăšăźă‚łăƒ©ăƒœăƒŹăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚‚ç©æ„”çš„ă«èĄŒăȘă‚ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

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è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€é ŒăŸă‚Œă‚‹ăšă†ă‚Œă—ă„ă—ă€ă€ă„ćŒ•ăć—ă‘ăĄă‚ƒă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚ä»•äș‹ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Šă€æ°—ćˆ†è»ąæ›ăŁăŠèš€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€€äŒ‘ăżăźæ—„ă«æ„œă—ă‚“ă§æă„ăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― äŒ‘æ—„ă«ăŠæăă«ăȘăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšè‰Żă„æ°—ćˆ†è»ąæ›ă«ăȘăŁăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚Œă«ćƒ•ă‚„ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźă“ăšă‚’çŸ„ă‚‰ăȘいäșșé”ă«èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆă‚‹ăźă‚‚ă„ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă€Œă“ă‚ŒăŻäœ•ă ïŒŸă€ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠă»ă—ă„ă€‚

―― ăă†ă‚„ăŁăŠă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’çŸ„ăŁăŠă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă«ăȘったäșșă‚‚ć€šă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăĄăȘăżă«ă€ăŸă‚“ăŒăšă‚€ăƒ©ă‚čăƒˆă§ăŻäœ•ă‹é•ăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšćżƒæ§‹ăˆăŒé•ă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚ă‚€ăƒ©ă‚čăƒˆăźć ŽćˆăŻăƒ‘ăƒƒăšèŠ‹ăŸæ™‚ăźć°è±Ąă«æź‹ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ă‚’ć€§äș‹ă«ă™ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ăƒăƒŒă‚șべかè‰Čăšă‹æ§‹ć›łă‚’è€ƒăˆă‚‹ăźă«ă™ă”ă„æ™‚é–“ă‚’ă‹ă‘ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚

äŸ‹ăˆă°æ‰‹ă‚’ă‹ăăšăăŻă€è‡Șćˆ†ăźæ‰‹ă‚’çœșă‚ăŠè€ƒăˆăŸă‚Šă€ćźŸéš›ă«çŽ™ă«æă„ăŠæ¶ˆă—ăŠă€æă„ăŠæ¶ˆă—ăŠă€æ™‚é–“ă‚’ăŠă„ăŠăŸăŸæă„ăŠă€ăă‚“ăȘă”ă†ă«ă—ăŠäœœăŁăŠă„ăăŸă™ă€‚ăŸă‚“ăŒăŻă€ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒă§ăăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă‚«ăƒĄăƒ©ă‚’ăšăŁăŠă„ăă‚ˆă†ă«äž€ć€‹ăźæ”ă‚Œă§æă„ăŠèĄŒăă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă‚ŒăšăŻă ă„ă¶é•ă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚

―― ăŸă—ă‹ă«ă€ćŒ•ăèŸŒăŸă‚Œă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘそんăȘćŒ•ćŠ›ă‚’æ„Ÿă˜ăŸă™ă­ă€‚ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ăă‚ŒăšăŻăŸăŸćˆ„ăźă‚łăƒ©ăƒœăƒŹăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăšă—ăŠă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźă‚ČăƒŒăƒ ă‚„ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€ă‚ă‚ă„ă†éąšă«ă€è‡Șćˆ†ăźäœœć“ă‚’ă€ćˆ„ăźäșșé–“ăŒćˆ„ăźäœœć“ă«ă—ăŠă„ăă“ăšă«ă€ă„ăŠăŻă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«ăŠè€ƒăˆă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄă«ă›ă‚ˆă€ă‚ČăƒŒăƒ ă«ă›ă‚ˆă€èłȘăźé«˜ă„ă‚‚ăźă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ă„ăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ć€§äș‹ăȘăšă“ă‚ă‚’é©ćœ“ă«æ”ă•ăȘă‘ă‚Œă°ă€ć„œăă«ă‚„ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă‹ăŸă„ăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ç””ăŒć€‰ă‚ăŁăŠă‚‚ă„ă„ă—ă€ćŁ°ć„ȘがèȘ°ă§ă‚‚いい。

そぼç‚č、ă‚ČăƒŒăƒ ăŻćŽŸäœœă«ăȘă„ć±•é–‹ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă€ă‘ăŁă“ă†è‰Żăă§ăăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚è‡Șćˆ†ăźæă„ăŸă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă«ă‚„ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ăźăŻă‚€ă‹ă€ăăŸă™ă‘ă©ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― æœ€ćŸŒăźèłȘć•ă§ă™ă€‚ć…ˆç”ŸăŻă€ă“ă‚Œă‹ă‚‰ă‚‚ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’æăç¶šă‘ăŸă™ă‹?

è’æœšïŒšç·šé›†éƒšă‹ă‚‰ăă‚ăă‚é•ă†ăźæă‘ăŁăŠèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă‚‚ă†ç„Ąç†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚äœ•ă‚’æă„ăŠă‚‚ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă«ăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸă†ă€‚è‡Șćˆ†ăźè€ƒăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ă“ăšăŻăČず぀ăȘăźă§ă€ăă“ă‚’ć™šç”šă«ćˆ†ă‘ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰éŁœăă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰ç”‚ă‚ă‚ŠăȘんだろうăȘïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―― é€†ă«è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŒăŸă‚“ăŒă‚’æăă«éŁœăă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŻăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă•ăŁăă‚‚èš€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€ă€ă­ă«èŹŽăšă‹ă‚’èżœç©¶ă—ç¶šă‘ăŸă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăƒăƒƒă‚·ăƒŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă‹ăȘべか、æźșäșșéŹŒăŻăȘんでäșșをæźșă™ăźă‹ăšă‹ă€ăƒ”ă‚«ă‚œăŻăȘă‚“ă§ç””ă‚’æăăźă‹ăšă‹......ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†èŹŽăŁăŠăȘくăȘらăȘいじゃăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

éŁ›èĄŒæ©Ÿăšă‹ăŒéŁ›ă¶ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘっど朰球が狭くăȘăŁăŸæ™‚ă«èŹŽăŁăŠăȘくăȘんぼかăȘă€ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŸă‘ă‚Œă©ă€ăŸă ă„ăŁă±ă„ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă‚„ă‚ă‚‰ă‚Œăă†ă«ăȘいですね。[7]

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ă‹ă‚Œă“ă‚ŒïŒ•ïœžïŒ–ćčŽć‰ă€‚ ç™ș端はă‚čăƒăƒŒăƒ„ă‚žăƒ ă§ăźć‡ș杄äș‹ă ăŁăŸă€‚

ă‚ă‚‹æ—„ă€è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠć…ˆç”ŸăŻé€šăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚čăƒăƒŒăƒ„ă‚žăƒ ăźă‚·ăƒŁăƒŻăƒŒćź€ă§ ă€Œă—ăŁăœăŒă‚ă‚‹ăŠă˜ă•ă‚“ă€ ă‚’ç›źæ’ƒă€‚ć€§äșșăźć°æŒ‡ăă‚‰ă„ăźă€Œă—ăŁăœă€ăŒă€ć°ŸăŠă„éȘšă‚ăŸă‚Šă«ăŻăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚ èƒŒćŸŒă‹ă‚‰ă ăŁăŸăźă§éĄ”ăŻèŠ‹ăˆăȘかった。

é©šă„ăŠă€ă‚žăƒ ăźă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ă«ăă‚Œă‚’ć‘Šă’ă‚‹ăš 「こぼäșșă€äœ•ăŠă‹ă—ăȘă“ăšă‚’èš€ăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă â€Šă€ ずいう憷ややかăȘèŠ–ç·šăŒèż”ăŁăŠăăŸă€‚

ćŒæ™‚æœŸă«ă€ŒäžŠć±„ăă«ć±„ăă‹ăˆăȘい男äș‹ä»¶ă€ăŒă‚žăƒ ă§è”·ă“ăŁăŠă„ăŸă€‚

ă‚čăƒăƒŒăƒ„ă‚žăƒ ă§ăŻă€æ›ŽèĄŁćź€ă§äžŠć±„ăă«ăŻăă‹ăˆă‚‹ăźăŒæ™źé€šă€‚ ă—ă‹ă—ă€ă‚ă‚‹ç”·ăŒćź¶ă‹ă‚‰ć±„ă„ăŠăăŸéŽăźăŸăŸă‚žăƒ ă«ć…„ă‚‹ăšă„ă†äș‹ä»¶ăŒć‹ƒç™ș。

ćœ“ç„¶ă€ć•éĄŒă«ăȘăŁăŸăŒă€ăăźç”·ăźäž»ćŒ”ă‚’ă‚žăƒ ăŻć—ă‘ć…„ă‚ŒăŸă€‚ 男はćčłç„¶ăšèš€ăŁăŠăźă‘る。

「è‡Șćˆ†ăŻćź¶ă‹ă‚‰äž€ćșŠă‚‚ćœ°éąă«è¶łă‚’ă€ă‹ăšă«ă€è‡Șè»ąè»Šă§ă‚žăƒ ă«æ„ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚äž€ćșŠă‚‚ćœ°éąă«è¶łă‚’ă€ă„ăŠă„ăȘă„ăźă ă‹ă‚‰ă€æ±šă‚ŒăŠă„ăȘă„ă€‚ă‚ˆăŁăŠă€ăăźăŸăŸă‚žăƒ ă«ć…„ăŁăŠă‚‚äœ•ăźć•éĄŒă‚‚ăȘいはずだ」

そんăȘç„ĄèŒ¶ăȘäž»ćŒ”ă‚’ć—ă‘ć…„ă‚ŒăŠăŠăăȘがら、è‡Șćˆ†ăźç›źæ’ƒè«‡ă«ăŻć†·ă‚„ă‚„ă‹ăȘăƒȘă‚ąă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’èż”ă™ă ă‘ăźă‚žăƒ ăźă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ă€‚ăăźæ…‹ćșŠă«ć«Œæ°—ăŒă•ă—ăŸè’æœšă•ă‚“ăŻă€

ă€Œç„ĄèŒ¶è‹ŠèŒ¶ăȘäž»ćŒ”ăŻć—ă‘ć…„ă‚Œă‚‹ăźă«ă€æœŹćœ“ă«èŠ‹ăŸă“ăšăŒć—ă‘ć…„ă‚Œă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘă„ăšăŻâ€Šă€‚ă‚‚ă†ă€äœ•ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚äșșă«è©±ă™ăźăŻă‚„ă‚ă‚ˆă†ă€ ăšæ€ăŁăŸăšă„ă†ă€‚

そうæ±șæ„ă—ăŸçŸąć…ˆă€è’æœšă•ă‚“ăŻă€ăŸăŸă‚‚è©±ă•ăšă«ăŻă„ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘă„ă‚‚ăźă‚’ç›źæ’ƒă™ă‚‹ă“ăšă«ăȘる。

ă‚ă‚‹æ—„ăźæ˜Œäž‹ăŒă‚Šă€‚ è‡Șćź…ăźæœ€ćŻ„é§…èż‘ăă‚’æ­©ă„ăŠă„ăŸè’æœšă•ă‚“ăźç›źă«ă€ć„‡ćŠ™ăȘă‚‚ăźăŒéŁ›ăłèŸŒă‚“ă§ăăŸă€‚

民ăȘくăȘă„æ­©èĄŒè€…ăŸăĄăźćˆé–“ă‚’ăŹăŁăŠă€è‡Șè»ąè»Šă§è”°ăŁăŠăă‚‹ć§‰ćŒŸă€‚ それぞれがè‡Șè»ąè»Šă«äč—ă‚Šă€ćŒŸăŒć§‰ă‚’èżœă†æ Œć„œă§è”°ăŁăŠăă‚‹ă€‚ăšă‚‚ă«ć°ć­Šç”Ÿăă‚‰ă„ă ă‚ă†ă‹ă€‚ ăƒ­ăƒłă‚°ăƒ˜ă‚ąăƒŒă«ă‚čă‚«ăƒŒăƒˆć§żăźć§‰ă€ăăźćŸŒă«ă‚žăƒŒăƒ‘ăƒłăšă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ‘ăƒŒć§żăźćŒŸăŒç¶šăă€‚

ć§‰ăŒè’æœšă•ă‚“ăźæšȘă‚’é€šă‚Šă™ăŽă€ăă‚Œă«ç¶šă„ăŠă‚„ăŁăŠăă‚‹ćŒŸă«èŠ–ç·šă‚’ç§»ă™ă€‚ ăăźéĄ”ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă€è’æœšă•ă‚“ăŻç›źă‚’ç–‘ăŁăŸă€‚

éœČć‡șă—ăŠă„ă‚‹è‚Œăźéƒšćˆ†ă ă‘ăŒă€Œç·‘ă€ă€‚

æ‰‹ă€äžžćŠäž»ăźé ­éƒšă€ăă‚ŒăŒă‚Žăƒ ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘă€æżĄă‚ŒăŸă‚ˆă†ăȘăƒ„ăƒ€ăźă‚ă‚‹èłȘæ„Ÿă§ă€ăŠăŸă‘ă«ăăźé ­éƒšă«ăƒĄă‚Źăƒă‚’ă‹ă‘ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚ ă€ăŸă‚Šă€éœČć‡șă—ăŠă„ă‚‹è‚Œăźéƒšćˆ†ä»„ć€–ăŻć…šăæ™źé€šă€‚

ă—ă‹ă‚‚ă€ć‰ă‚’èĄŒăć§‰ă«æ„œă—ă’ă«ă€ŒăŠć§‰ăĄă‚ƒă‚“ă€â—‹â—‹â—‹â—‹â€Šă€ăšèȘžă‚Šă‹ă‘おいる。 槉もè‡Șç„¶ă«ăăźèȘžă‚Šă‹ă‘ă«ă“ăŸăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚

ごくè‡Șç„¶ă«èŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ć§‰ćŒŸăźć§żă€‚ 䞍è‡Ș然ăȘăźăŻă€ćŒŸăźéœČć‡ș郹戆だけăȘぼだ。

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漟際ぼべころ、ç‰čæźŠćŠčæžœăźăƒĄă‚€ă‚Żăźă‚ˆă†ăȘむタă‚șăƒ©ă ăŁăŸăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘă„ă—ă€æœŹćœ“ă«ă‚ă‚ă„ă†ă‚‚ăźă ăŁăŸăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘă„ă€‚ă ă‘ă©ă€ăă†ă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’è©±ă™ăšć†·ă‚„ă‚„ă‹ăȘććżœă‚’ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăźă§ă€ă‚ăŸă‚Šè©±ă™ăŸă„ă€ăšæ€ă†ă€ăšăźă“ăšă ă€‚ [8]

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Video
Interview
Published August 7, 2007
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If you could use a Stand power, whose Stand would you choose and what would you want to do with it?
Araki: Well, which one do you choose, Shokotan? Can I call you Shokotan?
Shoko: Of course! He calls me "Shokotan"! I'm so glad. My dream is to marry Jotaro-sama and have a child with him. He'd probably say to me, "Yare Yare Daze" and spit on me. That's my dream. Sorry, the question was about stands, wasn't it.
Araki: So, Star Platinum?
Shoko: I want to receive 'ora ora' from him.
Araki:(Laugh) Hmm...I think I would choose Rohan Kishibe's Stand. I want to know what people are thinking by opening their minds.
Shoko: You work with various people, so that would be useful.
Araki: Yes, I want to discover the unknown sides to them.
Shoko: It's scary though, it seems like you are already able to use that Stand, I guess.
Araki: (Laugh) Well, yeah. And your choice is Star Platinum, right?
Shoko: I want to be beaten up by him.
Araki: I hope your dream will come true.
Shoko:(Laugh) I am a completely bizarre person.

What type of woman does Jotaro-sama like?
Araki: Type of woman? Uh, I don't think he is interested in women that much.
Shoko: I think he would say, "Yare Yare Daze," to a girl like me, right?
Araki: He definitely would. That is his charm.
Shoko: He would also say: "You are annoying."
Araki: (Laugh) That would be great.
Shoko: That's what I want! I want to have a child with him. How can i make him love me?
Araki: He might say that you're annoying, but he'd still love you, I think.
Shoko: I like it! It's tsundere. Does he prefer a girl who's neatly dressed or one with a short skirt?
Araki: Eh, he is more of a straightfoward guy. He will enjoy the time with you, though he might say that you're annoying.
Shoko: Really? Then I will do my best! I think I should go to a disco.

Is Jotaro's school cap a part of his head?
Araki: Yes, it's true.
Shoko: Is it? Why is the cap a part of his head?
Araki: Well, because he never takes off his cap.
Shoko: The cap is part of his body?
Araki: Right. When drawing Jotaro, I felt it was OK to combine him and his hair since he never takes it off.
Shoko: That's a unique idea.
Araki: Indeed. By doing so, Jotaro looks more elegant. I want readers to recognize him from the back, not just his forefront.
Shoko: So he isn't actually wearing a cap. The cap is completely part of his body.
Araki: That is right.
Shoko: Only Araki-sensei could come up with such an idea. It's me who wants to use Rohan's stand to see inside of Araki-Sensei's imagination.

There is a rumor that one scene in the 20th volume of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure predicted the 9/11 attack in New York 11 years before it actually happened. Did Boingo really predict 9/11?
Araki: Yeah, that actually surprised me. I don't know why I drew such a scene.
Shoko: You clearly wrote the word 911 and the laughing plane.
Araki: I don't even know why the plane is laughing.
Shoko: You didn't intentionally draw the scene?
Araki: Well, I don't know. I don't remember. I drew that scene as part of the story, but I don't know what it means. I learned about it recently, but I think it's just a coincidence.
Shoko:Your stand can predict the future. Your Stand predicts the future AND keeps your yourself young. (Laugh)

How can one defeat Star Platinum: The World, the most powerful stand ever?
Araki: Eh...Jotaro can be defeated only by Jotaro himself or by the child of Jotaro and Shokotan.
Shoko: You allow me to have his child? So Jotaro-sama and I have a child and he won't be invincible.
Araki: Correct.
Shoko: That's a great idea!!
Araki: Actually, it's impossible to defeat his stand at the moment. Star Platinum can halt the flow of time, so to defeat him, you need to let time flow again.
Shoko: So you would need to possess a power to control time itself? Sounds great.

What do you keep in mind when drawing pictures in color?
Araki: Well, the combination of colors is important. Like what color should be placed where.
Shoko: What is your favorite color?
Araki: My favorite color? Green...or moss green with some white. The mix of dark moss green and white is my favorite.
Shoko: But the color you actually draw with and the color that is printed are somewhat different right?
Araki: Yeah, you're right. So the important thing is not only the color itself but its adjacent colors.
Shoko: When you were a child, what were you drawing?
Araki: I was drawing things like Hakagata Mitsuru, a character from Kyojin no Hoshi. I'm a big fan of Ikki Kajiwara. I was curious how Joe Yabuki's hair looked like when we saw him from the forefront, right side and left side.
Shoko: Ordinary kids draw Joe only from the right or left sides, but you were not a normal kid.
Araki: (Laugh) Yeah.

What type of woman does Araki-Sensei like?
Araki: EH..? This question is hard to answer.
Shoko: You wife may be watching this show.
Araki: I like a woman like my wife.
Shoko: A good answer. What do you like about your wife?
Araki: As soon as you meet her, you will see that she loves gags. She will often say gags like Shokotan's giza thing (means "super").
Shoko: She uses "giza"?
Araki: When I said to her "Giza Ohayu-su" (Super good morning), she told me I was doing it wrong.

Shoko (Laugh) Your wife corrected your usage.[9]
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Event
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Published November 2, 2007
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ă€Œăƒ’ăƒŒăƒ­ăƒŒăšăŻć­€ç‹Źă«æˆŠă†äșșです。ä»Čé–“ăŻă„ăŠă‚‚æœ€ćŸŒăŻè‡Ș戆侀äșșă§æˆŠăŁăŠă„ăäșșă«æłŁă‘ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă€ŒăŠć‰é Œă‚€ă‚ă€ăšă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŻăƒ’ăƒŒăƒ­ăƒŒă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ć€‰äșșべ侖ぼ侭からçˆȘćŒŸăă«ă•ă‚ŒăŠă‚‚ćœ±ăȘがらäșșたç‚șă«æˆŠăŁăŠă„ăăźăŒăƒ’ăƒŒăƒ­ăƒŒăźćŸșæœŹăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŻć–„ăšæ‚Șă«ćˆ†ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŠă€æ‚ȘべいうぼはDIOă«ă—ă‚ć‰è‰Żă«ă—ă‚æă„ăŠăŠæ„œă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă‚čトハă‚čがべんでă‚čă‚«ăƒƒăšïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚æ‚Șă„ăƒ€ăƒ„ă«ă‚‚ç†è«–ăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ć‰è‰ŻăŻăŸă é™ă‹ă«æšźă‚‰ă—ăŸă„ă ă‘ă§ă€ăă“ă«ăŻèȘ­è€…ă‚‚ć…±æ„Ÿă§ăă‚‹éƒšćˆ†ăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ă†ă€‚æ‚ȘćœčăŻçŽ°ă‹ă„èš­ćźšă‚’è€ƒăˆă‚‹ăźă‚‚æ„œă—ăăŠă€ć‰è‰ŻăŻçˆȘă‚’é›†ă‚ăŠäœ“èȘżă‚’èȘżăčă‚‹ăšă‹ă€ïŒ€ïŒ©ïŒŻăŻæœŹćœ“ăŻć„łăźć­ăŒć„œăă ă‘ă©ç”·ă§ă‚‚ïŒŻïŒ«ă ăœăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’æƒłćƒă™ă‚‹ăźăŒéąç™œă„ă‚“ă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚
侀æ–čă€ć–„ăźă‚žăƒ§ăƒŒă‚čă‚żăƒŒćŽăŻæăăźăŒé›Łă—ă„ă§ă™ă€‚æ­ŁçŸ©ăšă‹ć‹‡æ°—ăšă‹ăŻă€æăæ–čă«ă‚ˆăŁăŠăŻèȘ­è€…ăŒă€Œäœ•ă‚’è‰Żă„ć­ă¶ăŁăŠă‚“ă ă‚ˆă€ăšćæ„Ÿă‚’æŒăĄăŸă™ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€äș’ă„ă‚’ćŒ•ăç«‹ăŠă‚‹ç‚șă«ă€ă“ăźé›Łă—ă„ăźă‚’æă‹ăȘきゃăȘらăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ç™œă„ćŽŸçšżç”šçŽ™ă«é»’ă„ă‚€ăƒłă‚Żă§æŒ«ç”»ă‚’æăă‚ˆă†ă«ă€ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚‚é»’ăšç™œăŒăȘいべäș’ă„ăŒćŒ•ăç«‹ăĄăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

æ‚Șă°ă‹ă‚Šæă„ăŠă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŁăŠă„ă†ăźăŻè™šă—ă„ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚äž–ăźäž­ă«ăŻçŸŽă—ă„ćżƒăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚ă‘ă§ă€ăă‚Œă‚’ç›źæš™ă«äœ•ă‹ă—ăŠă„ă‹ăȘă„ăšă€‚æ­ŁçŸ©ăšă‹ć–„ăšă‹ćžŒæœ›ă‚’èȫいおいる䞻äșș慬がいăȘいべ、æ‚Șă ă‘ă‚’æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€äž€æ™‚çš„ă«ăŻäșșæ°—ăŒć‡șăŠçš†ăźè©±éĄŒă«ăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăȘă„ă‘ă©ă€æ™‚ä»Łă‚’è¶…è¶Šă™ă‚‹ă«ăŻäșșé–“ăźæ™źéçš„ăȘă‚‚ăźïŒˆć–„ïŒ‰ăŒćż…èŠăȘんです。
NGèš­ćźšăŻăƒă‚«ăšăƒžăƒŒă‚±ăźă‚łăƒłăƒ“ă§ă€æ­Šć™šă‚„ă‚±ăƒŒă‚żă‚€ă‚’ćź¶ă«ćż˜ă‚Œă‚‹ăšă‹ă€ăă‚“ăȘă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒă‚’äœœăŁăŠăŻăƒ€ăƒĄă§ă™ă€‚æŒăŁăŠă‚‹ăźăŒćœ“ç„¶ă ă—ă€ć€–ă«é€ƒă’ăšă«ïŒ’éšŽă«é€ƒă’ă‚‹ăšă‹ă€ăă‚“ăȘăƒă‚«ăȘă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă«ăŻèȘ­è€…ăŒćŒ•ăăŸă™ă€‚è™«ăŒæ€–ă„ăšă‹ăă†ă„ă†æŹ ç‚čăŻă„ă„ă‘ă©ă€‚ç”¶ćŻŸă«äž»äșș慏は歀狏に䞖た䞭たäșșたç‚șă«æˆŠă†äșșăȘんですよ」。

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ă€ŒæŒ«ç”»ćź¶ă«ă‚ˆăŁăŠăŻâ€œă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă•ăˆă„ă‚Œă°ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŻè‡Ș然にć‡șæ„äžŠăŒăŁăŠă„ăâ€ăšă„ă†äșșă‚‚ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒăȘă„ăšă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă ă‘ă§ăŻæ™‚ä»Łă‚’è¶…ăˆăȘいんです。çąșć›șべしたă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăźäžŠă§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŒć‹•ă‹ăȘいべだめăȘんです。

䞻äșș慬がいきăȘり曰難ăȘçŠ¶æłă«çȘăèœăšă•ă‚Œă‚‹ ïŒˆïŒ’ïŒ‰ăăźć›°é›Łă‚’äž»äșș慬はäč—ă‚Šè¶Šăˆă‚ˆă†ăšćŠȘ抛する äč—ă‚Šè¶Šăˆă‚ˆă†ăšă™ă‚‹ăŒă€æ‚ȘćŒ–ă—ăŠă•ă‚‰ă«ç”¶äœ“ç”¶ć‘œă«ăȘる ïŒˆïŒ”ïŒ‰æœ€ćŸŒăŻăƒăƒƒăƒ”ăƒŒă‚šăƒłăƒ‰

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Q&A Section ïŒˆć­Šç”ŸïŒ‰ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€é€ŁèŒ‰20摹ćčŽăŠă‚ă§ăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

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ïŒˆć­ŠïŒ‰20摹ćčŽă‚’èżŽăˆă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă©ă‚“ăȘæ„Ÿæ…šă‚’ă‚‚ăŸă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă‹ă€‚

ïŒˆć…ˆç”ŸïŒ‰è‹„ă„èŠžäșșă•ă‚“ă‚„ăƒŸăƒ„ăƒŒă‚žă‚·ăƒŁăƒłăźæ–čăŒç››ă‚ŠäžŠă’ăŠäž‹ă•ă‚‹ă‚“ă§æœ‰é›Łă„ăȘぁべ。20ćčŽă‚„ăŁăŠăăŸăźă«äœ•ă‚‚èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăȘいぼは毂しい じゃăȘいですか。

ïŒˆć­ŠïŒ‰é€ŁèŒ‰ă‚’æŒŻă‚Šèż”ăŁăŠăżăŠć°è±Ąă«æź‹ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă“ăšăŻïŒŸ

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ïŒˆć­ŠïŒ‰äž€ç•Șć„œăăȘă‚čタンドはăȘんですか。

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Incomplete translation
Magazine
Interview
Published November 26, 2007
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki

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Kaneda: A while ago, there was a story called "Let's Go Hunting" and I really liked how Josuke and Jotaro teamed up. First you have Josuke who always feels like he's about to burst into a rage but he's always reliable when push comes to shove. Then there's Jotaro who can get really mad and he'll barely lose the cool expression on his face. I thought them working together went well, I love that story. It's to be expected seeing as he's a scientist, but I'm really enthralled with how Jotaro knows so much about wild animals (laugh).

Araki: Yeah, I like partnerships. When I see artists that have partnerships, I get all jealous. Though I guess there's sort of a partnership between a mangaka and an editor. I liked the partnership of Josuke and Jotaro, too. They both have a kind of "pursuer" feel to them, don't they?

Kaneda: It was so cool when Jotaro said "You've got to be the one to shoot." and then went off to let himself become a decoy.

Araki: They have a relationship where they sort of bring out each other's strengths.

Kaneda: I think that because Josuke respects Jotaro so much, he feels a lot of pride from just being with him. It's an exceedingly good relationship, even one that almost crosses a certain line (laugh).

Editor: Sounds like she's reading into it in a yaoi sort of way. I guess she's excited by that sort of thing.

Araki: Oh, I see (laugh). Maybe it's better that I didn't write that, then.

Kaneda: Yeah! If you'd written that openly, there'd be no room for imagination and that'd ruin all the fun. I don't think anything like that would happen for the whole hunting thing, but if it turned into something like "After the hunt is over, do you wanna go to a hotel?", I feel like that'd be really overdoing it! (Laugh) Also, if something like that were written in the story, there would be a lot of people that really like coupling and would say things like "the only one for Jotaro is Kakyoin!" So it would actually, it would actually narrow the scope of the story. So I really think that stopping just short of that is much better.

Araki: That kinda sounds like "Beverly Hills, 90210". This person and this person are connected, and this person is with so-and-so, that sorta thing.

Kaneda: It's good to draw all sorts of jumbled lines like that (laugh). That way it never goes to the point of actual acts, it's more desirable to be potential.

Araki: I see.

Kaneda: Really, from a boy's point of view a team play is "admirable friendship". and from a girl's point of view it's has a different kind of admiration. And we want it to end with that double meaning. Personally, I think Okuyasu and Josuke make a good partnership, too. Both are good-for-nothing-types. Truthfully, if Okuyasu were smart, he would have a top-class Stand. I think that the user not being smart strikes a good balance.

Araki: He's a lovable character, isn't he? (laugh).

Kaneda: I think Okuyasu is the best person you'd want for your friend. But in regards to partnerships, I think Johnny and Gyro in the current Part, "SBR" are the best.

Araki: That was me tracing the story of Part 1 with Zeppeli making Jonathan grow and trying to write it a bit more deeply. This time they're a bit closer in age, and I'm really enjoying writing their conversations.

Kaneda: I just love those pointless exchanges between the two. Like when Johnny used his evolved nail bullets to brush his teeth and Gyro gave that monotone response about being jealous (laugh). I remember thinking "This is how boys communicate!" when I read that.

Araki: Yeah, boys tend to have those sorts of pointless back-and-forth conversations a lot, don't they? (Laugh)

Kaneda: You really feel their friendship in those sorts of scenes. Rather than hug each other or anything, that makes them really charming to girls.

Saitou: But they have a fixed relationship, so they're kinda hard to couple, right?

Araki: Yeah, there really isn't much room there for reading too much into it, is there? I wanted to have a deeper connection of friendship between teacher and disciple than I did in Part 1.

Kaneda: It's written so richly, so they don't even need to be coupled, I guess. People have ideas about how Johnny is paralyzed in the lower half of his body, so while Gyro generally seems very cold, there are times at night when he has to care for Johnny and that sort of thing.

Araki: Yeah, I like that (laugh). Well, maybe I'll draw a scene of them in a night-time camp scene.

Kaneda: That sounds good! I hope you do (laugh)! Also, I'm hoping that Dio gets involved in their relationship somehow...... Fundamentally, Dio is a character who started out in poverty. So then, because of his desire to be successful in life, he's not afraid of anyone and he's not afraid to dirty himself to make his way to the top. Girls love that sort of thing. Fujoshi-wise, I mean in my mind, at the point in Part 6 where the character of Father Pucci that feels seriously about Dio, I've made this theory of "Dio = Princess" (laugh). Like he started out from the status of prostitute, so he dirtied his body with lots of different men, but his soul never lost its purity. And the 16 year old Pucci was attracted by that...... Early on, there's a scene where Dio and Pucci are sitting slovenly on the same bed facing different directions and having a discussion ('The Time of Heaven', "Stone Ocean" Volume 11). I simultaneously could barely believe my eyes and went mad with joy. That's the effect you must've been going for, right, Araki-sensei?

Araki: Uh... I didn't really think it would be taken that way, I don't think. Guys do that sorta thing all the time. Just sorta crashing someplace. Like when you go drinking and it gets late, so you need to stay over at somebody's place.

Kaneda: Eh, then you're saying that Father Pucci and Dio were out late drinking?! (Laugh) Um, I'm not so sure these are the types of characters who would crash at each other's place because they missed the last train for the night or something.

Araki: Now that you mention it, I think I might've had something like that in mind when I drew it (laugh). But Dio's sort of a composed character that could go either way. He could go with a man or a woman.

Kaneda: Really?! As I thought, my interpretation was correct.... (laugh). So, Dio originally liked Jonathan, right?

Araki: Ah, did he?! (Laugh)

Kaneda: Jonathan Joestar was a man that had everything he didn't, so Dio felt that he wanted to make Jonathan his. That sort of thing. He couldn't allow Jonathan's first kiss to be with Erina, so he did it to Erina himself.

Araki: Uh, it kinda sounds comedic if you're gonna go that far (Laugh).

Kaneda: No, but Dio thought about Jonathan seriously, but at the same time homosexuality was a serious crime in England during that era, so Dio had to hide his desires for such a future deep inside.

Araki: Uh, I guess that could be.

Kaneda: And those feelings he'd suppressed so long finally resulted in him taking over Jonathan's body.

Araki: I see. Well if you look at it at that angle, it gives the story a fresh feel, I suppose. (Laugh)

Kaneda: Dio, someone so dirtied, wanted to profess "I like you" to Jonathan. But he was unable to and then Erina took Jonathan, so through bitter tears at the end he took Jonathan's body. "Now we've finally become one, Jonathan." That sorta thing. If he'd had time to smooth his words over a bit more, he would have said that he wanted to be part of Jonathan's bloodline.

Araki: That kind of sounds like the movie, "Purple Noon".

Kaneda: He wanted to become Jonathan. But I think in the end, he lost track of whether he wanted to become Jonathan or he wanted Jonathan to become his. With his noble soul that harbored such sorrow, there were men showing up that loved Dio one after another. Like in Part 3, Vanilla Ice and N'Doul and those guys. Particularly in Part 3, whenever was mentioned, they talk about his almost-transparent white skin and his bewitching charm that made it hard to believe he was a man. Even Avdol felt dizzy the first time (laugh). Even Avdol, that macho guy that liked peeing outside was attracted to Dio. So he really had an aura that attracted all types of men.

Araki: Uh, I guess that's a way of looking at it, too. (Laugh)

Kaneda: ......I'm glad. If you'd said something like "There's no way there was anything like that!" and just cut me off, I don't know what I would've done.... (Laugh)

Araki: There's no way I could write that, but I'll admit that could exist as a sort of hidden meaning. He definitely had some lust somewhere.

Kaneda: Dio's confusion of not being sure himself if he wanted Jonathan's bloodline or wanted his body or wanted his heart is really juicy from a yaoi aspect.

Araki: But someone like Dio would never offer his love 100% to someone.

Kaneda: Speaking of which, he had lots of illegitimate children, didn't he? I feel bad for Ungaro being the only ugly one. (Laugh)

Araki: (Laugh)

Kaneda: So it's a bit different from the sort of love Jonathan and such have, huh?

Araki: Jonathan and the others' love is far deeper than Dio's. They didn't run purely on desire like Dio. Dio will do anything to get what he wants, but he would absolutely never pour 100% of his love into a specific person.

Kaneda: True. It doesn't sound so much like love as it does like stealing. Well, I suppose Father Pucci, pursuing the princess he would never obtain, was really the juiciest character of Part 6.

Araki: Now that you mention it, I think I really did consciously write it that way (Laugh).

Kaneda: He wanted so thoroughly to love Dio more, so when Pucci said the line "I love you as I love God", it was a real thrill. And in response to that, I'm glad Dio said "I was afraid you'd disappear". Vanilla Ice loved Dio as well, but he died spinning around in circles like that, so you wanted to have a character express their intense feelings towards Dio in a more open way, huh?

Araki: I think if Dio had lived, it could've gone a bit more in that direction. But he's dead, so all of that will just remain in the realms of imagination.

Kaneda: But there were people like this in Dio's life, so I feel vindicated.

Araki: But I don't think Dio loved Pucci.

Kaneda: I suppose so. I think for Dio, their relationship was casual. There was a sort of feeling like "You don't know anything about my life, so don't start worshipping me like a god." I guess. "I've been the object of pleasure for hundreds of men!"

Araki: He was made the object of their pleasure? (Laugh)

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[Translated by Kewl0210[11]]

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Kaneda: Most of the enemies appear in pairs, but there are some like Squalo and Tiziano who always stick together so much they make you say, "Aren't you too close?" (laughs). They're really a couple, aren't they. Tiziano even dies for Squalo. Although they both died in the end.

Araki: But that's essentially a result of the fashion aspect, so I don't think they're fundamentally an established couple. Also, their fashion is mostly drawn referencing women's fashion, so it might be because they are a bit androgynous.

Kaneda: In part 5, everyone's wearing really sexy clothes that have holes which show their skin in various places. That must be mostly because its set in Italy, right? It feels totally natural that if it's in Italia, men can be so lovey-dovey with each other.

Araki: With the enemy characters, I think that's the case. But that's totally impossible, for example, with Narancia and Abbacchio, haha. That's definitely just friendship.
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[Translated by MetallicKaiser (JoJo's Bizarre Encyclopedia)]

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P. 30
金田: ăă‚‚ăă‚‚ć„łæ€§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŒćż…ăšç”·æ€§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’ć„œăă«ăȘă‚‹ăšă„ă†ăźăŒćŒ•ăŁă‹ă‹ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ć„œăă«ăȘらăȘăăŠă„ă„ă—ă€ć„łæ€§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’ć„œăă«ăȘăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ć„łæ€§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŒç”·æ€§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’ć„œăă«ăȘă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘるぼは、ćŸșæœŹçš„ă«ăŠè©±ă«èŻă‚’æ·»ăˆă‚‹ăŸă‚ă ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăă‚ŒăŻć„łæ€§èȘ­è€…ずしおはいらăȘă„ă‚”ăƒŒăƒŽă‚Łă‚čăȘんですよね。でも,æœăŒăƒ“ăƒŒăƒƒăšç Žă‚ŒăŠăŠăŁă±ă„ăŒă°ăƒŒă‚“ăšć‡șăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ăźăŻă‚ă‚Šă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŻć„łæ€§çš„ă«ă‚‚ćŹ‰ă—ă„äșșăŻćŹ‰ă—ă„ăźă§ă€‚ă‚ăšă€ć„łæ€§ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă§èš€ă†ăšă€ 『SBRă€ăźăƒ›ăƒƒăƒˆăƒ»ăƒ‘ăƒłăƒ„ăŒć„œăăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ç”·èŁ…ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă§ă‚ă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ăŻé­…ćŠ›ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă‚”ăƒ©ă‚·ăă‚‰ă„ć·»ă‘ă‚ˆăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‘ă©ă­ă€‚

荒朚: ă„ă‚„ă€ă‚ă‚ŒăŻć·»ă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă‚žăƒ§ăƒ‹ă‚ŁăƒŒăŸăŸăŸăŸè§ŠăŁăĄă‚ƒă€ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă‚ă‹ăŁăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă€‚ăȘんか ă€Žæ‹ă«èœăĄăŸă‚·ă‚§ă‚€ă‚Żă‚čăƒ”ă‚ąă€ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€Œăžăƒ«ă‚”ă‚€ăƒŠăźă°ă‚‰ 』ぼようăȘこべがやりたいんだよね。

金田: ă‚ăƒŒă€ăȘă‚‹ă»ă©ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ăƒ›ăƒƒăƒˆăƒ»ăƒ‘ăƒłăƒ„ăŻć„łăźć­ă‚’ć„œăă§ă‚ă‚‹ă‹æž…ă„èș«äœ“ăźăŸăŸă§ă„ăŠăă ă•ă„ïŒè’æœšïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă‚ă‹ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

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Missing translation
Book
Interview
Published November 26, 2007
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―― Now that you've read『The Book』, what do you think of it?

Araki The last scene really moved me. The suspense builds up over the course of the story, the resolution is really intense, and then the ending is quite sad. It's a really rich ending that differs from the usual happy ending of a lot of stories. I think it fits Morioh and Otsuichi perfectly.

Otsuichi 
"Rich ending"
 That's nice to hear.

―― How do you feel about your works being turned into novels?

Araki I think it's perfectly fine. An author with a lot of ability turning one of my works into a novel is extremely interesting. This time in particular I was really able to to enter the world of 『The Book』.

―― Enter the world of 『JoJo』?

Araki Yes, I was felt like I was able to fit into the world, or perhaps pulled in is a better way to describe it. I was able to become Otsushi-san's Josuke. I haven't read many novelizations of manga, so I may be misunderstanding some authors' intent, but there are times when I think "Well, this is a bit different from the original..." 『The Book』, on the other hand, feels like a properly written and ripened work. How long did it take you to finish it again?

Otsuichi How long... probably about 5 years? I have a huge pile of rejected manuscripts. I think ultimately I ended up with over 2000 pages of rejected manuscripts. Despite that, these 5 years feel like they've gone by really fast.

―― Writing for 5 years and 2000 rejected manuscripts. That's quite impressive.

Otsuichi I wasn't using the characters of 『JoJo』 freely enough. In other words, it was as if the characters I was using were like puppets, which made them feel off. It made me realize that I needed to rethink my approach and so I used these manuscripts as a way to refine my strategy for writing. I thought that I would only be able to do something like this once in my life, so if I put something in the book from the manuscripts that I wasn't satisfied with, I would regret it for the rest of my life. So, I kept my head low and went 5 years without releasing anything.

Araki But I think it really paid off. It's an incredible book.

Otsuichi I really appreciate that you drew brand new illustrations for『The Book』, but I'm also very happy that I can see the characters from Part 4 in your current style.

Araki It's just in my nature to worry about the little details of drawings, even if it's for a novelization. Details like adding snow in the background because of the book's setting in the winter of Morioh. Or the fact that the book's original villain is someone that Josuke and the others fight, but he's not meant to give off the appearance of an evil, strong enemy. Rather, he's supposed to be like the protagonist in this small town, so his life's background is also important. The reality of that part caught my attention.

Otsuichi All the illustrations you drew were even greater than I expected. This illustration you drew for the first few pages that just jumps out at you, this one is fantastic.

―― Otsuichi-sensei, what was interesting about the writing process for the novelization

Otsuichi I tried to put into some references that only fans of 『JoJo』would understand. That was really interesting. It felt like I was writing a doujinshi.

Araki You really got a lot of use out of those references (haha). There was a feeling that you were relaxing to an extent while writing them in.

Otsuichi In the beginning, I was opposed to using any of them all. But, that just made the story feel like a borrowed work. When I put in references, I felt like that strange feeling went away and so I decided to use them liberally.

Araki You've been saying since a long time that you wanted to turn Part 4 into a novel.

Otsuichi Part 3 and 5 already have novelizations, but I feel like I would've picked Part 4 even if those didn't exist. I like it, it's strange.

Araki Don't you think it's because Part 4 is similar to Otsuichi's world? I bet there was a lot of resentful authors when 『The Book』 released.

Otsuichi I think there's a lot of authors who would've produced a really interesting story if they novelized Part 4. Seeing how certain authors read and understood 『JoJo』would be really interesting I think... You would be able to see what part of JoJo each author liked.

―― Are the stand powers within the book (for details, go and read it!) your original creations?

Otsuichi Yes.

Araki Stands are certainly a reflection of one's worldview. Seen from an outside perspective, someone might think that the stand is not particularly great. If the person who made it, however, thinks "This is so cool!", then that's good.

Otsuichi "Stands are a reflection of one's worldview...", this is a nice phrase.

―― What is your favorite character from Part 4, Otusichi-sensei?

Otsuichi Yoshikage Kira. Although he's the main villain and a serial killer, his idea of wanting to live a quiet life was extremely surprising to me. I've even incorporated that kind of thinking into my own life.

Araki Kira is a forward-facing character, I intended to create a sort of 'evil hero' with him. To be honest, I couldn't write this into the manga, but there's more to Kira's background. Kira's mother abused him in a way, and his father turned a blind eye to it. He felt bad for Kira so to an extent he tried to save him. It's just, if I write this into the manga he'll become a sympathetic character and it would be hard to see him as an enemy. I couldn't write that balance, or maybe it because it was a magazine for young people. But, in Otsuichi-san's story these kind of sad parts are also included, they're fairly good.

―― From the perspective of a novelist, what is the distinguishing point of 『JoJo』?

Otsuichi I think that differs from person to person, but for me it's the production. In a normal manga, a thing or a character will be appear suddenly to surprise the reader. With 『JoJo』 however, first the environment will be established and then the character or thing is presented. It gives off a sort of creepy and exciting feeling. I really like that method of surprising the readers, so reading 『JoJo』 is pure bliss.

Araki Thank you. Although, that's unintentional (haha).

―― From the perspective of Araki-sensei, in where lies the appeal of 『The Book』?

Araki Within 『The Book』 there's a lot of suspense. Also, the theme of 'heritage of fate' also shows up within the book, which I think is quite good. To be able to write a new story without straying from that theme, it's to be expected from a talented a writer as Otsuichi-san.

Otsuichi I started to pay mind to the phrase 'blood relationships' after reading 『JoJo』. A little while back, I started to like keywords like 'father' and 'child', and began incorporating the idea of 'blood relatives' into my own works.

Araki The feeling of the Part 4 characters being placed into Otsuichi's world is another good part of 『The Book』. Part 4 characters like Josuke and Okuyasu being written so deeply, it might even be better than the original manga they came from.

―― Because you can put more detailed psychological descriptions of the characters within a novel, right.

Araki When I was writing Part 3 and 4, my head editor told me to write a sad story. I tried to do it, but it might've been because I was too young, I was unable to do it well. All that is in the 『The Book』, however. It's the completed version of all the things I was aiming to do with Part 4, it's fantastic.

Otsuichi That's good to hear... it gives me a sigh of relief.

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[Translated by Eas]

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―― 『The Book』をèȘ­ăŸă‚ŒăŠè’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŻă„ă‹ăŒă§ă—ăŸă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚 ラă‚čăƒˆă‚·ăƒŒăƒłăŒă‚°ăƒƒăšæ„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚”ă‚čペンă‚čăŒă‚ăŁăŠç››ă‚ŠäžŠăŒăŁăŠă€ăăźè§Łæ±șăŒă‚ŹăƒŒăƒƒăšă‚ăŁăŠă€æ‚Čしくど戇ăȘă„ăƒ©ă‚čăƒˆăŒă‚ă‚‹ă€‚æœçŽ‹ç”șă«ăŽăŁăŸă‚Šă ă—äč™äž€ă•ă‚“ă«ăŽăŁăŸă‚Šă ă—ă€‚ăƒăƒƒăƒ”ăƒŒă‚šăƒłăƒ‰ăšăŻé•ăŁăŸè±Šă‹ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

äč™äž€ïŒš â€Šă€Œè±Šă‹ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă€â€Šă„ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

―― è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŻă€ă”è‡Șćˆ†ăźăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŒăƒŽăƒ™ăƒ©ă‚€ă‚șă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăšă„ă†ăźăŻă„ă‹ăŒă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚 戄に性䞈怫ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚æ‰èƒœăźă‚ă‚‹äœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŒć°èȘŹă«ă—ăŠăă‚Œă‚‹ăźăŻă™ăŁă”ăéąç™œă„ă§ă™ă—ă€‚ç‰čに今曞た『The Book』はă‚čăƒƒăšć…„ăŁăŠă„ă‘ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă€‚

―― ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäž–ç•Œă«ć…„ă‚Œă‚‹ïŒŸ

荒朚 ăă†ă€éŠŽæŸ“ă‚“ă§ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćŒ•ăèŸŒăŸă‚Œă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‹ă€‚äč™äž€ă•ă‚“た仗抩にăȘăŁăŠă„ăŠă€‚ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăźăƒŽăƒ™ăƒ©ă‚€ă‚șăŁăŠă‚ăŸă‚ŠèȘ­ă‚“ă ă“ăšăŒç„Ąă„ă‹ă‚‰èȘ€è§Łă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘă„ă‘ă©ă€ŒăĄă‚‡ăŁăšćŽŸäœœăšé•ă†ăȘăƒŒă€ăŁăŠæ€ă†ă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă“ăźă€ŽThe Book』はかăȘă‚Šç†Ÿæˆă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚æ›žăäžŠă’ă‚‹ăźă«äœ•ćčŽă‹ă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă—ăŸăŁă‘ïŒŸ

äč™äž€ïŒš 䜕ćčŽă‹ă‹ăŁăŸăźă‹ăȘâ€Šă€ć€šćˆ†5ćčŽăă‚‰ă„ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ć€§é‡ăźăƒœăƒ„ćŽŸçšżăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ç”ć±€ă€2000æžšä»„äžŠæ›žă„ăŸăŻăšăȘă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€æ€ă„èż”ă™ăš5ćčŽăŻă‚ąăƒƒăšă„う間ですね。

―― ćŸ·ç­†5ćčŽă€ăƒœăƒ„ćŽŸçšż2000æžšăŻă™ă”ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

äč™äž€ïŒš ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚’è‡Ș由に拕かせおいăȘă„ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€æ“ă‚Šäșșćœąă—ă‹æ›žă‘ăŠă„ăȘă„é•ć’Œæ„ŸăŒăšăŁăšă€ăăŸăšăŁăŠă„ăŠâ€Šă€‚ăă‚Œă§ă€ă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăšè€ƒăˆă‚‹ćż…èŠăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ăŁăŠè‡Șćˆ†ă§äœ•ćșŠă‚‚ăƒœăƒ„ă«ă—ăŠäœœæˆŠă‚’ç·ŽăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă“ă†ă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’ă§ăă‚‹ăźăŻäž€ç”Ÿă«äž€ćșŠăȘんじゃăȘă„ă‹ăšæ€ă†ăšă€çŽćŸ—ă§ăăȘă„ćŽŸçšżă§æœŹă‚’ć‡șă™ăźăŻäž€ç”ŸćŸŒæ‚”ă—ăă†ă ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ć„æ–čéąă«é ­ă‚’äž‹ă’ăŠæœŹăŒć‡șăȘă„çŠ¶æłăŒç¶šăăŸă—ăŸă€‚

荒朚 でも、そぼç”Čæ–ăŻă‚ăŁăŸăšæ€ă†ă‚ˆă€‚ăŸă—ă‹ă«ă™ă”ă„æœŹă«ăȘっどる。

äč™äž€ïŒš 今曞た『The Bookă€ă§ăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă«ćŁç””ă‚„æŒżç””ă‚‚æă„ăŠé ‚ă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ä»Šăźç””æŸ„ă§4éƒšăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’èŠ‹ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ăźăŻă€ă™ă”ăă†ă‚Œă—ă„ă§ă™ă€‚

荒朚 æŒżç””ă§æ°—ă‚’äœżăŁăŸăźăŒæ—„ćžžæ€§ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ć†ŹăźæœçŽ‹ç”șăŒèˆžć°ăȘă‚“ă§èƒŒæ™Żă«é›Șを降らせどみたり。氏èȘŹă‚ȘăƒȘă‚žăƒŠăƒ«ăźæ•”ă‚‚ä»—ćŠ©ăŸăĄăšæˆŠă†ă‘ă©ă€ă§ă‚‚ă€Œæ‚ȘăăŠćŒ·ă„æ•”ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă˜ă‚ƒăȘい。「ç”șた䞭にいる䞻äșșć…Źă€ăŁăŠă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă€ăĄă‚ƒă‚“ăšäșșç”ŸăźèƒŒæ™ŻăŒă‚ă‚‹ă€‚ăăźèŸșたăƒȘケăƒȘăƒ†ă‚Łăšă‹ăŻæłšæ„ă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚


äč™äž€ïŒš ă©ăźă‚€ăƒ©ă‚čăƒˆă‚‚ćƒ•ăźă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žä»„äžŠă§ă—ăŸă€‚ăă‚Œăšć·»é ­ćŁç””ă§æă„ăŠé ‚ă„ăŸéŁ›ăłć‡șă™ă‚€ăƒ©ă‚čăƒˆă€ă“ă‚ŒăŒăŸăŸă™ă°ă‚‰ă—ă„â€Šă€‚

―― äč™äž€ć…ˆç”ŸăŻă€ăƒŽăƒ™ăƒ©ă‚€ă‚șăźćŸ·ç­†ă§éąç™œă‹ăŁăŸéƒšćˆ†ăŻă©ă“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

äč™äž€ïŒš ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă ă‘ă«ćˆ€ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘăƒă‚żă‚’æ•Łă‚Šă°ă‚ăŠăżăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă†ă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ăŒéąç™œă‹ăŁăŸă€‚ćŒäșșèȘŒă‚’æ›žă„ăŠă„ă‚‹æ°—ćˆ†ă§ă—ăŸă€‚

荒朚 そういうネタ的ăȘ郹戆が、ăȘんか生き生きしどるんだよね(笑)。適ćșŠă«ăƒȘăƒ©ăƒƒă‚Żă‚čă—ăŠă„ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‚ć‡șどいたし。

äč™äž€ïŒš æœ€ćˆăŻăƒă‚żçš„ăȘéƒšćˆ†ă‚’æŽ’é™€ă™ă‚‹æ–čć‘ă§æ›žă„ăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă†ă™ă‚‹ăšć€Ÿă‚Šç‰©çš„ăȘé•ć’Œæ„ŸăŒć‡șăŠă—ăŸăŁăŠă€‚ăšă“ă‚ăŒăƒă‚żçš„ăȘ芖ç‚čă‚’ć…„ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰ă€äžæ€è­°ăšé•ć’Œæ„ŸăŒăȘくăȘっどいくようăȘæ°—ăŒă—ăŸăźă§ç©æ„”çš„ă«ć…„ă‚Œă‚ˆă†ăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

荒朚 äč™äž€ă•ă‚“は仄才から「4郹を氏èȘŹă«ă—ăŸă„ă€ăŁăŠèš€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚ˆă­ă€‚

äč™äž€ïŒš 3郚ず5éƒšăźăƒŽăƒ™ăƒ©ă‚€ă‚șăŒă™ă§ă«ć‡ș版されどいるべいうぼもあるんですが、でもそれがć‡șどいăȘくども4éƒšă‚’éžă‚“ă§ă„ăŸæ°—ăŒă—ăŸă™ă€‚äžæ°—ć‘łă§ć„œăăȘんです。

荒朚 4郹がäč™äž€ăƒŻăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‰ă«èż‘ă„ă‹ă‚‰ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいかăȘïŒŸă€€ă“ăźă€ŽThe Book』がć‡șたらね、ă‚čッă‚ČăƒŒæ‚”ă—ăŒă‚‹äœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ă‚‚ă„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă†ă‚ˆă€‚

äč™äž€ïŒš 惕は、いろんăȘäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŒ4郹ぼ氏èȘŹă‚’æ›žă„ăŸă‚‰éąç™œă„ă ă‚ă†ăȘăăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚æ›žă„ăŸäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŒă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’ă©ă†èȘ­ă‚“ă§ăăŸăźă‹ăŒć‡șăŠăăă†ă§éąç™œăă†ă ăȘăăšâ€Šă€‚ă€Œă“ăźäœœćź¶ăŻă“ă†ă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ăŒć„œăă ăŁăŸă‚“ă ăȘă€ăšă‚ă‹ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―― 抇侭ぼă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰èƒœćŠ›(è©łçŽ°ăŻć°èȘŹă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă§ăă‚ŒăƒƒïŒ)はäč™äž€ć…ˆç”Ÿăźă‚ȘăƒȘă‚žăƒŠăƒ«ïŒŸ

äč™äž€ïŒš そうですね。

荒朚 ă‚čタンドっど濅ずè‡Ș戆ぼäșșç”ŸèŠłăŒć…„ăŁăŠăă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰è€ƒăˆăŸæœŹäșșじゃăȘă„ăšă€ăŸă„ă—ăŸæŠ€ă«æ€ăˆăȘいんじゃăȘいかăȘă€‚æăæœŹäșșが「こりゃă‚čă‚Žă‚€ă€ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŸăźăŒă„ă„ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

äč™äž€ïŒš 「ă‚čタンドがäșșç”ŸèŠłă‚’ćæ˜ ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€â€Šă€ă“ă‚Œă‚‚ă„ă„èš€è‘‰ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

―― äč™äž€ć…ˆç”ŸăŒ4éƒšă§ć„œăăȘă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŻèȘ°ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

äč™äž€ïŒš ć‰è‰Żć‰ćœ±ă§ă™ă­ă€‚é€Łç¶šæźșäșș犯ぼæ‚ȘćœčăȘă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăšă«ă‹ăćčłç©ă«äșșç”Ÿă‚’ç”‚ăˆă‚ˆă†ăšèš€ă†ăăźæ€æƒłăŒèĄæ’ƒçš„ă§ă€ćƒ•ăźäșșç”Ÿă«ă‚‚éŠŽæŸ“ă‚“ă ăšă“ă‚ăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€‚

荒朚 ć‰è‰ŻăŻć‰ć‘ăăȘă‚“ă ă‚ˆă­ă€ăšă«ă‹ăă€Œæ‚Șăźăƒ’ăƒŒăƒ­ăƒŒă€ă‚’ç›źæŒ‡ă—ăŠăŸă‚“ă§ă€‚ă˜ă€ăŻăƒžăƒłă‚Źă§ăŻæă‹ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‘ă©ć‰è‰ŻăźèƒŒæ™Żă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ć‰è‰ŻăźæŻèŠȘăŒè™ćŸ…ăżăŸă„ăȘă“ăšă‚’ă—ăŠăŠçˆ¶èŠȘăŻèŠ‹ăŠèŠ‹ăŹăƒ•ăƒȘă§ă€ăă‚Œă‚’ă€Œă™ăŸăȘă„ă€ăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‹ă‚‰ć‰è‰Żă‚’ă‚ăă“ăŸă§æ•‘ăŠă†ăšă—ăŠăŸăŁăŠă„ă†ă€‚ăŸă ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă§ă‚„ăŁăĄă‚ƒă†ăšæ‚Șćœčべしどはæ‚Čă—ă„ăƒ€ăƒ„ă«ăȘă‚‹ă—ă€æ•”ă«ă‚‚ăȘらăȘă„ă—ă€‚ăă“ăźć…Œă­ćˆă„ăŻæă‘ăȘかったっどいうか民ćčŽèȘŒă ă‹ă‚‰ă§ăăȘかったぼかăȘ。でもäč™äž€ă•ă‚“ぼ氏èȘŹă«ăŻăă†ă„うæ‚Čしい郹戆もあっど、かăȘă‚Šè‰Żă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

―― 氏èȘŹćź¶ăšă„ă†ç«‹ć Žă‹ă‚‰èŠ‹ăŠă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźă‚­ăƒąăŻă©ă“ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

äč™äž€ïŒš それはäșșăă‚Œăžă‚Œé•ă†ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ćƒ•ăźäž­ă§ăŻæŒ”ć‡șă§ă™ă€‚æ™źé€šăźăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăȘらいきăȘă‚ŠèŠ‹ă›ăŠèȘ­è€…ă‚’é©šă‹ă™ć Žéąă§ă‚‚ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻć°‘ă—ăšă€ć‘šèŸșをć›șă‚ăŠă‹ă‚‰æç€șするようăȘă€ă‚Ÿă‚Żă‚Ÿă‚Żă™ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ăƒ“ăƒƒă‚ŻăƒȘするようăȘä»•æŽ›ă‘ăŒă™ă”ăć„œăă§ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă§ă„ăŠè‡łçŠă‚’æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‹æ™‚ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

荒朚 ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă§ă‚‚äœ•æ°—ăȘăă‚„ăŁăŠă‚“ă ă‘ă©(笑)。

―― è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă‹ă‚‰èŠ‹ăŠă€ă“ăźă€ŽThe Bookă€ăźé­…ćŠ›ăŻă©ă“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚 こぼ『The Bookă€ă«ăŻă­ă€ă‚”ă‚čペンă‚čăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă‚ăšă€ă€ŒèĄ€ăźć› çžă€çš„ăȘèš­ćźšăŒć‡șăŠăă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă€ăăźèŸșăŒă‚€ă‚€ăŁă™ă­ă€‚ăă“ă‚’ć€–ă•ăȘかったぼは、さすがäč™äž€ă•ă‚“。

äč™äž€ïŒš 惕は『ゾョゾョ』をèȘ­ă‚“ă§ă€ŒèĄ€çžă€ăšă„ă†èš€è‘‰ă‚’æ°—ă«ă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ć°‘ă—ć‰ă‹ă‚‰ă€Œçˆ¶ă€ăšă‹ă€Œć­ă€ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŒăƒŻăƒŒăƒ‰ăŒć„œăă«ăȘっどいど、è‡Ș戆ぼ氏èȘŹă§ă‚‚ăă†ă„ăŁăŸèĄ€æ—ăźè©±ă‚’æ›žă„ăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

荒朚 『The Book』はäč™äž€ăƒŻăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‰ă«4éƒšăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŒć…„ăŁăŠă„ăæ„Ÿă˜ăŒă™ă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ă‚‚ă‚€ă‚€ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ć„„æł°ăšă‹ä»—ćŠ©ăšă„ăŁăŸ4éƒšăźć„ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŸăĄăŒæ·±ăæă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŠă€ćŽŸäœœă‚ˆă‚Šă„ă„ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚“ăȘいですね。

―― 氏èȘŹă ăšă€ćżƒç†æć†™ă‚’ă‚ˆă‚ŠçŽ°ă‹ăć…„ă‚Œă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă™ă­ă€‚

荒朚 3郹や4éƒšă‚’æă„ăŠă„ăŸé ƒă€æ‹…ćœ“ç·šé›†è€…ă‹ă‚‰ă€Œæ‚Čă—ă„è©±ă‚’æă„ăŠăă‚Œă€ăšèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćƒ•ă‚‚ăă‚Œă‚’ç›źæŒ‡ă—ăŸă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă€ă§ă‚‚è‹„ă‹ăŁăŸă›ă„ă‹ă€ăă“ăŸă§é”ă—ăŠă„ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă€‚ă ă‘ă©ă€ă“ăźă€ŽThe Bookă€ă«ăŻăă‚ŒăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚4éƒšćœ“æ™‚ă«ç›źæŒ‡ă—ăŠă„ăŸă‚‚ăźăźćźŒæˆćœąăŒă‚ă‚‹ă€‚ćźŒç’§ă§ă™ă­ă€‚k

äč™äž€ïŒš è‰Żă‹ăŁăŸâ€Šă€‚ăƒ›ăƒƒăšă—ăŸă™ă€‚

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Interview
Published December 2007
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki

â€•â€•ăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăšă„ă†è·æ„­ă«ă€ăă“ăšă‚’æ„è­˜ă•ă‚ŒăŸăźăŻă„ă€ă”ă‚ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ äž­ć­Šæ™‚ä»Łă€ć„œăă§ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚„ç””ă‚’æă„ăŠă„ăŸă‚‰ć‹é”ăŒè€’ă‚ăŠăă‚ŒăŠăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ăăźă“ă‚ă‹ă‚‰ă°ăăœă‚“ăšă€Œăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă«ăȘりたいăȘă€ăšăŻăŠă‚‚ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸăŒă€æœŹćœ“ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă„ăšæ€ăŁăŠæŠ•çšżă‚’ăŻă˜ă‚ăŸăźăŻé«˜æ Ąă«ć…„ăŁăŠă‹ă‚‰ă§ă™ă€‚ă‚†ă§ăŸăŸă”ć…ˆç”ŸăŒäž­ć­Šă‚’ć’æ„­ă—ăŠă™ăă€Žă‚­ăƒłè‚‰ăƒžăƒłă€ăźé€ŁèŒ‰ă‚’ăŻă˜ă‚ăŠă€ă€ŒćŒă„ćčŽăȘăźă«ăƒ—ăƒ­ă§ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹äșșがいるぼか、これはぼんびりしどいられăȘいăȘă€ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

ćœ“æ™‚ăŻăżă‚“ăȘăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒăŒæ—©ă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăă‚Œä»„äžŠă«æ‰‹ćĄšæČ»è™«ć…ˆç”Ÿă‚„æą¶ćŽŸäž€éšŽć…ˆç”Ÿăźćœ±éŸżă‚’ć—ă‘ăŸäž–ä»Łăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăŒć°é ­ă—ăŠă„ăŠă€ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŒăƒĄăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăšă—ăŠă‚‚ă‚Šă‚ăŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ ć­Šæ Ąăźć…ˆç”Ÿă‚„èŠȘă«ăŻă€Œăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăȘんかèȘ­ă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă‚‰éŠŹéčżă«ăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰â€Šă€ăšæłšæ„ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă§ă‚‚ćœ“æ™‚ăźăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŻă€ă„ă‚ă‚“ăȘć€‹æ€§ăŒă¶ă€ă‹ă‚Šă‚ăŁăŠă„ăŠéąç™œă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă­ă€‚

――ごć‡șèș«ăŻćźźćŸŽçœŒăźä»™ć°ă§ă™ăŒă€ä»™ć°ăšă„ă†ćœŸćœ°ă‹ă‚‰ć—ă‘ăŸćœ±éŸżăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

ăŒăăźć°‘ćčŽæ™‚ä»Łăšă„ă†ăźăŻă€æˆŠäș‰ăŒç”‚ă‚ăŁăŠ20ćčŽă»ă©ç”ŒăŁăŸă“ă‚ă§ă€æˆŠäș‰ăźçˆȘあべじゃăȘă„ă‘ă©ă€ă•ăŸă–ăŸăȘ䌝èȘŹăŒæź‹ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚é˜Čç©șćŁ•ă‚‚æź‹ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă—ă­ă€‚ ă”ă‚‹ă„ćŸŽäž‹ç”șă§ă—ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€ćŸ‹è””é‡‘ăŒéš ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ć™‚ă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŠă€ćźŸéš›ă€ăă†ă„ă†ă„ă‹ăŒă‚ă—ă„ă‚‚ăźă‚’æŽąă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ć±±ćž«éąšăźăČăšă‚‚ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă‚ăšă€ćčŽă«äž€äșșăă‚‰ă„ăŻć­äŸ›ăŒæ± ă§ăŠăŒă‚ŒăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă—ă€æźșäșșäș‹ä»¶ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

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――混æȌべした雰ć›Čæ°—ăšă€é«˜ćșŠæˆé•·ăźæłąăŒæ‹źæŠ—ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘ


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ăšăă«æšȘć±±ć…ˆç”ŸăŻäž»äșșć…Źăźæ„Ÿæƒ…ă‚’ăƒ‰ăƒ©ă‚€ă«æăäœœéąšă§ă€ćźŒć…šă«ă‚”ă‚čペンă‚čにćŸčă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă§ă€ć­ă©ă‚‚ćżƒă«ă€Œă»ă‹ăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŸăĄăšăŻé•ă†ăȘă€ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ăƒăƒŒăƒ‰ăƒœă‚€ăƒ«ăƒ‰ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€ç””ă‚‚ă‚ŻăƒŒăƒ«ă§ă™ă—ă€‚

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ă™ă™ă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸæœŹă‚’èȘ­ă‚“だら、今ćșŠăŻăă‚Œă‚’æ‹…ćœ“ă•ă‚“ăšæ‰čè©•ă—ă‚ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă€Œă“ă‚ŒăŻèŠžèĄ“çš„ă«ăŻć„Șă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‘ă©ă€èȘ­è€…ă«ăŻć—ă‘ăȘă„ă€ăšă‹ă€Œă‚šăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒ†ă‚€ăƒłăƒĄăƒłăƒˆă«ćż…èŠăȘă‚‚ăźăŻäœ•ă‹ïŒŸă€ăšă„ăŁăŸć†…ćźčでしたね。

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Magazine
Interview
Published December 4, 2007
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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- I would like you to tell me about Part 4 in detail. Araki-sensei, what kind of work is Part 4?
Araki: In short, the theme of Part 4 is "building a city". It's meant to take JoJo's "mythical" story that its had up until Part 3, and drop it down into everyday life. Of course it's ordinary, but at the same time extraordinary. I wanted the "reality" in Part 4 to bring the story closer to the real world. That's why a certain manga artist, whose profession I know best, and a chef of a familiar restaurant also appear in this part.

- The year is 1999, and the fact that the stage is a "town" also brings about a sense of "reality".
Araki: You get the feeling that the town of Morioh actually exists. Part 4 had to end because Kira was gone, but I really want to draw more. I want to put something else in that town, so maybe I will draw it again someday... In Part 8 and 9 (laughs).

- I would definitely want to read it. Is there anything else you tried to come up with in Part 4 regarding “reality”?
Araki: I would often think about the different sides of characters that aren't really shown in the manga, but not like obscure trivia or something. For example, Josuke was truly hurt by the fact that he grew up never knowing his father. However, he covers up this pain with the pompadour man who saved him as a kid. He considers that man a hero, somebody he can rely on, and a symbol of his faith in people.

I didn't include this in the manga, but Yoshikage Kira actually has a backstory too. His mother was in essence abusing him, but his father would always turn a blind eye to it. All the trouble Kira's father goes through to protect Kira in the story is because he felt bad for what he did. That said, if I included this whole backstory in the manga, Kira would likely end up being a very sad villain and people wouldn't see him as the enemy. I couldn't include this, or rather, maybe I wasn't able to because this was a magazine for a younger audience.
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[Translated by MetallicKaiser (JoJo's Bizarre Encyclopedia)][13]

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Event
Interview
Published February 2008
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki

Hirohiko Araki is the author of the popular series "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure", which was selected as the second best manga in the "100 Best Japanese Media Arts" in 2006, the 10th anniversary of the Japan Media Arts Festival. Hirohiko Araki has been a leading figure in the world of shƍnen manga. We interviewed him about the path he has taken to develop his unique style and the new frontier he is taking on as a manga artist with his latest work, Steel Ball Run, which marks the 20th anniversary of the series.

The manga he used to read, the place he grew up

-When did you become aware that you wanted to be a manga artist?

When I was in junior high school, I used to draw manga and pictures for fun, and my friends used to praise me for it. From then on I had a vague idea that I wanted to be a manga artist, but it was after I entered high school that I really wanted to be one and started submitting my work. Yudetamago started serializing "Kinnikuman" right after graduating from junior high school, and I thought to myself, "There are people my age who are doing it professionally, I can't just sit back and relax". At the time, everyone was making their debut early, but even more than that, the generation of manga artists influenced by Osamu Tezuka and Ikki Kajiwara were emerging, and manga was becoming a popular media. I was warned by my teachers and parents that if I read manga I would become stupid. But at that time, manga was interesting because there were so many different personalities clashing.

-You are originally from Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture, how do you feel has the city influenced you?

In my childhood, about 20 years after the end of the war, there were still many legends, though not so many "scars of war". There were still air-raid shelters. There were rumours of buried treasure in the old castle town. In fact, there were mountaineers who were looking for such dubious things. There was also at least one child a year who drowned in a pond, and there were also murders. In those days, Sendai was still dark, and there were many mysteries.

-The atmosphere of chaos and the waves of rapid growth are in tension with each other...

Sendai is a city of mountains and sea, all in one compact area. I grew up in a city where you could see the new residential areas spreading out and encroaching on the mountains, and the old streets being destroyed by land readjustment. But also, strangely enough, it was a city where walking in the mountains stimulated my imagination, with its ghosts and buried treasure. When you read Sherlock Holmes in a place like that, it feels strangely real. That's why I liked reading manga and fantasizing so much.

-What kind of manga did you like to read as a child?

I read almost everything that was popular at the time. I still go back and read "Babyl II", "Kamui Den" and "Kamui Gaiden" as they were my textbooks. I was very inspired by Mitsuteru Yokoyama and Sanpei Shiratsuchi when I was becoming a professional. In particular, Yokoyama's style is to depict the main character's emotions in a dry way, and he is completely dedicated to suspense, so I thought to myself as a child that he was different from other manga artists. So he's hard-boiled, and his drawings are cool. In the Shonen Jump magazine, I'd have to say "Ring ni Kakero". Also "Cobra" and "Wolf of the Circuit". And when I was a kid, I also liked "Isamu: The Boy in the Wilderness" and "Kaichojin Mihei". I used to read "Jump" from cover to cover, both weekly and monthly.

In 1980, Araki's "Poker Under Arms" was selected for the Tezuka Award, a newcomer's prize in the weekly Shonen Jump magazine, and he began his career as a manga artist. The following year, "Baoh" was well praised, and he was expected to become the next generation of manga artists. However, in order to survive in the "Weekly Shonen Jump" magazine, which at that time had many big hits such as "Kinnikuman", "Captain Tsubasa", "Fist of the North Star", and "Saint Seiya", the new manga artist Hirohiko Araki had to go through many attempts and errors.

-What was your impression when you first came to Tokyo and visited the editorial office of Weekly Shonen Jump?

I think it was just before I graduated from high school. I was submitting work to the Tezuka Award, and although I got some honorable mentions, I couldn't quite get my work selected. But in that case, there was only a one-line review, so I didn't really understand my own faults. That's why I came to Tokyo to ask the editor for clarification. At that time, the Shinkansen line between Tokyo and Sendai was not yet open. It took me four or five hours each way to get to the editorial office, and I felt like I was competing with the editor from the moment I took the manuscript out of the bag. There were times when the editor would suddenly say to me, "Hey, you haven't corrected the errors on your manuscript". At the time, I didn't even know we do it with white ink, so the lines I drew were sticking out. After a few years, there were times when the editor would look at the door picture without even turning the manuscript and say, "I don't want to read this". Even though I'd been up all night for days working on it (laughs). In other words, he told me that I was supposed to draw pictures that would make people want to see the rest of the story. The editors of weekly manga magazines read a lot of manuscripts every day, so they have a good sense of what makes a work good or bad.

-It took about a year from the time you were shortlisted to the start of your first series, "Cool Shock B.T.". Did you have any anxiety during that time?

No, not at all. I was working on a lot of things in the meantime. Also, at the time I was drawing by myself, so I didn't have the technical confidence to do a weekly series, so I was more worried about that. At the time, about 30 volumes of Osamu Akimoto's "Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kƍen-mae Hashutsujo" had already been published, and I thought "How could he draw 30 volumes? I wondered.

-What was the most memorable piece of advice you received from your editor at the time?

My editor and I used to talk about books other than films and comics, for example, about Shibusawa Tatsuhiko, or "What is Freemasonry? and so on. We would talk about dark things like that (laughs). At that time, I didn't know anything about that kind of stuff, so I asked him "What's that?" and he'd say, "What, you haven't read that book? You should buy it today and read it. If you don't read it, you'll never become a professional". He put pressure on me. So there was an atmosphere that I had to read more books. When I read a book that was recommended to me, I would critique it with my editor. We'd say things like, "This is a great book artistically, but it won't appeal to readers," or, "What do you need for entertainment? ". That's what we'd do at the meetings, including critiques of rival works.

-There is a lot of competition for survival in shonen manga magazines, but was there anything you thought was "great" after you started working on it?

The magazine "Weekly Shonen Jump" actually has a lot of unique aspects. I mean, it allowed manga artists with unusual styles like me to make their debut (laughs). At that time, Moroboshi Daijiro and Terasawa Buichi also drew unique works in Weekly Shonen Jump. Weekly Shonen Jump does have some major works as the mainstay of the magazine, but everyone else's work has a different personality. I think that's what's great about it.

-On the other hand, was there anything that was difficult for you?

At that time, in Weekly Shonen Jump, not only the manga artists but also the editors competed with each other. At the editorial meetings, the opinions of the editors would clash with each other, and it had to go through these difficulties that the series would be decided. In particular, there were times when my work was severely criticised because it wasn't necessarily healthy. For example, when I was working on "Cool Shock B.T.", I was told that just because it had the word "Ma Shonen" in the title, it wasn't good enough. With "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure", they said, "You can't have a foreign main character in a shƍnen manga". On the other hand, there were editors who thought, " We've never done this before, so why don't we give it a try? In particular, my first editor said, "We're a major magazine, so we're going to do something minor. There's no point in doing something minor in a minor magazine. It's only when you do it in a major magazine that it becomes meaningful.

-From the second manga in your career, "Baoh", you have been writing mainly about battles, in which a wide variety of characters compete with each other for strength. From suspense to bizarre scientific theories, you use a wide range of knowledge and expressions.

I thought, " Muscular heroes aren't the only ones who are strong. I thought that even if you have a weak body, if you can overcome your weaknesses, you might be able to beat the hero. Also, for practical reasons, I knew that I had to aim for the gaps in the style of my seniors' work in order to survive. The technique of dry suspense itself was influenced by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, but the style of "Jojo" was developed in this way.

-The style of "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure" is now the mainstream of "Weekly Shonen Jump", 20 years after its serialisation.

Maybe it's because the people who were my readers are now starting to make their debut as manga artists. But in the early days of the JoJo series, people used to say "I don't understand it", and I used to struggle with "How can I make it easier to understand?". So there's been a bit of a rapid change, it's as if a whole generation has shifted.

Mystery, horror, action and science fiction are all part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, and the seventh in the series, "Steel Ball Run", which began in 2004, sees a change of direction. Set in the Americas in the 19th century, the story is set in a different world to that of its previous adventures, but where will it take us?

-In your latest work, "Steel Ball Run", the number of pages per issue has increased and you have moved to the monthly magazine Ultra Jump. From your point of view, has the content of your work changed?

In a weekly serial, you have to show the reader the indescribable beauty of the story in a short space of pages. With more pages, there's more room to build up the story twice, and you can do detailed emotional descriptions. When I was working on a weekly, I would always go over the page count a bit, and I would spend a lot of time trying to figure out where to cut it. I'd ask the editor, "Which parts do you not want?", "Well, there's nothing we don't want," ,"But if we don't include that much, it doesn't fit in the story," or, "It's not good to cut it here. With "Steel Ball Run", the stress of the page limit is gone, and I think the rhythm of the story is much better.

-What was the reason for increasing the number of pages?

I wanted to create a work that combines dynamic screen expression with a delicate emotional portrayal. Another influence was the increase in the number of spectacular stories, such as the international drama "24" and the trilogy "The Lord of the Rings". I wanted to tell bigger stories, rather than the compact, repetitive stories of weekly serials. That's why I'd like to have a bigger frame for my manuscript, or even a two-metre sheet of paper (laughs). I think the reason why the number of copies of magazines is decreasing these days, and the number of comics is increasing instead, is that readers want to read the books all at once.

-The portrayal of ethics has also changed as manga has moved to magazines for older readers.

When I turned forty, I thought it was time to make a work that was also about ethics. For example, Clint Eastwood, the actor and director, is not limited to being an action star. I also thought that if I limited my target audience to young readers, my work would be too shallow. Also, with Steel Ball Run, I'm trying to go in a more classical direction, from the story to the design. We're going back to the roots of the characters' bloodlines and history, and I' m trying to keep the abilities simple. Also, the use of CGI is increasing these days, but I try not to use it in my manga, for example. I'm trying to include philosophy to the extent that it doesn't come to the forefront, and that change may be the reason why I left Weekly Shonen Jump.

-The battles in the "JoJo" series are not so much "physical battles" but rather "philosophical battles" where the heroes' views on values clash with those of their enemies who have heretical views on life. This time, too, there's a rival who's obsessed with "male aesthetics".

The film itself is going in a classical direction, so the characters are naturally going to have classical values. At some point in the story, the main character has to re-evaluate the meaning of his participation in the race, and the fight against the classic values of "male aesthetics" was a perfect fit. It's a classic, but the idea of spiritual growth through fair competition is rather new for today's readers. Also, in order to keep the fight simple and the gun realistic, I wanted to use the gun to show the quietness of a samurai battle, rather than a showy shoot-out. In that sense, I think it worked well.

-You're known for your fast writing, but how do you get out of a bad situation when you're stuck on a story?

Sometimes I have to reuse an idea that I've already used once, so I have to worry about making sure that my ideas don't overlap. But in terms of the characters, it's not a puzzle. If the characters are well-developed, they'll move around and get out of the way when the story gets stuck. I give all the characters a positive direction, so as soon as they clash with each other in the story, the problem is solved. Even the villains all think they're right.

-Are there times when you've come up with a new ability, but it's hard to use it in a fight?

When that happens, I sometimes end the fight early. But it's not something that I think about for days. But it's not good when I feel like, "This character looks like the one who came out before". The reader has a sense of déjà vu, so it's like, "Do I add something new?" or "Do I just cut it?". It's a bit tough when I have to make that decision.

Hirohiko Araki is a manga artist in the making, creating new stories that no one has ever seen before, and continuing to exert a powerful influence on young creators in a variety of genres. What is Araki's vision for the future and what is his message to the younger generation?

-You've recently had an exhibition in Paris and you're working outside of the conventional image of manga, what else are you interested in?

If you ask me "Which is important for you, story or pictures?", I'd answer pictures are more important. That's why I'm very interested in music, painting and other things that can be incorporated into my work. I'm particularly interested in contemporary painting and Italian Renaissance painting. I like people who are like, "What is he thinking? Like Gauguin, Michelangelo. It's fun to read about them, and I like to find out why they were so unorthodox.

-You've said before that you have plans for a 9th part, will you continue with "JoJo" as long as possible?

The problem is physical strength. I've changed from a weekly to a monthly series, but when you're 40 or 50, your stamina goes down. When I was younger, I used to be able to get better after a night's sleep, but I don't anymore. If you have a bad joint or something, and you put up with it, it gets worse and worse. Being a manga artist is similar to being an athlete in that you have to maintain your condition for a long time. "Steel Ball Run" is a work that makes you feel like you're racing across the American continent (laughs). Especially the scenes where the horses are running are very tiring. I'm sure that drawing the horses is just as exhausting as riding them. I feel relieved when I reach the finish line, because I am one of the participants in the race. But then there's another race in a few tens of hours... I can't wait to go back to Japan (laughs).

-Otokazu spent several years writing a novel based on the JoJo series, and bands such as SOUL'd OUT have appeared on the scene that have been strongly influenced by Araki's work in a musical sense. A new generation of creators is emerging one after another.

It makes me very happy to hear young artists say that, and it gives me a lot of energy. When I'm working silently on a manga, no matter how successful it is, I'm always wondering if my drawings are good enough or it's not getting old. And when there's a lot of new artists coming out, I wonder if I'm going to be abandoned. At times like that, I'm grateful when people say they've been influenced by my work. If they don't, I feel sad because I lose the meaning of what I've been doing.

-Lastly, do you have a message for young people who want to become creators?

When I look back at my own work, I think that young people won't accept it if it's just for profit. Young people who are growing up don't need work that doesn't help them grow up. Also, if you think something is "new", you should try it, even if it seems useless. Art and manga, especially manga as a medium, have a base that allows for such experimentation. Well, there may be people who don't want to cooperate with such experiments, but I want you to read the situation appropriately and do your best without getting discouraged. If we don't try new things, the human spirit will stay in stagnation.

Interviewer and writer: Shuichiro Sarashina

Photo: Manami Tazuke


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ăƒŻă‚€ăƒ„ïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ‰żć€Ș郎は17æ­łă§ă™ăŒă€ăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ©ăźæ–čがćčŽäž‹ă§ă€ć­äŸ›ă‹ă‚‰ć€§äșșăžæˆé•·ă™ă‚‹ïŒŸăźïŒŸăȘćčŽéœąă§ă™ă€‚ずお぀もăȘă„æ€’ă‚Šă‚„äžćź‰æ„Ÿă‚’ïŒŸă‚ăŠă„ăŠă€è€‡é›‘ăȘćżƒćąƒă«ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ăă†ă„ăŁăŸăšă“ă‚ă‹ă‚‰è„±ïŒŸă—ăŸă„ăšă„ă†ïŒŸæ±‚ă‚’ă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ăŻè±ĄćŸŽă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă§ăŻăȘă„ă‹ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă†ă‚“ă€ăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ©ăźèŁăźæ°—æŒăĄă‚’ä»ŁćŒă—ăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

ăƒŻă‚€ăƒ„ïŒšäŸ‹ăˆă°ă‚łăƒŒăƒ«ă‚żăƒŒć€«äșșăŻèĄšéąäžŠăŻć†·é™ă§ă‚ŻăƒŒăƒ«ăȘć°è±ĄăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€ćżƒăźäž­ă§ăŻæă‚ă—ă„äș‹ă‚’è€ƒăˆăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ïŒŸć„łăźă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ă‚ŽăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‡ăƒłăƒ»ăƒąăƒłă‚­ăƒŒăŒèĄšæƒ…ă§ä»ŁćŒă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ©ăźć ŽćˆăŻæ€’ă‚Šă‚’æ„Ÿă˜ăŸæ™‚ăŻă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ăŒć§żă‚’ć€‰ăˆăŸă‚Šă€‚ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăźć†…éąă‚’ă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ăŸăĄăŒæŒ”ă˜ăŠăă‚Œă‚‹ăźă§ă€äșŒéąæ€§ăŒèŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ă€‚æ„œă—ă‚“ă§æŒ”ć‡șă§ăăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŻæ˜ ç”»æ•”ă«ă‚‚ïŒŸçš„ăȘć‡ș挔æ–čæł•ă ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘい。


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ăƒŻă‚€ăƒ„ïŒšćźŸéš›ă«æ’źćœ±ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹æ™‚ă«ăŻïŒŸăźć‰ă«ăŻă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ăŻă„ăȘă„èšłă§ă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ïŒŸăźć…ˆă«ăƒ†ăƒ‹ă‚čăƒœăƒŒăƒ«ă‚’ă€ă‘ăŠă€Œăă‚ŒăŒăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă ăšæ€ăŁăŠè©±ă—ă‹ă‘ăŠăă‚Œă€ăšă„ă†æŒ”æŠ€ïŒŸă«è‹ŠćŠŽă—ăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚ăăźæ˜ ćƒăŻäž€èŠ‹ă€ă‹ăȘり马éčżă’ăŸïŒŸăȘă‚‚ăźă«èŠ‹ăˆăŸă™ă€‚ćźŸéš›ă«CGăŒćŠ ă‚ăŁăŠăŻă˜ă‚ăŠă€ă‚ă‚Œă ă‘ăźïŒŸăȘ画にăȘă‚‹ăźă§ă€ăăźäœŽäž‹ăŻć°‘ă€…èŸ›ă„ă‚‚ăźăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ă‚’æăăźă‚‚ć€§ć€‰ă§ă™ăŒă€æœŹćœ“ă«è‹ŠćŠŽă—ăŸăźăŻCGă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄăƒŒă‚żăƒŒă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

荒朚ăȘるほど。

ăƒŻă‚€ăƒ„ïŒšă§ă‚‚ă€ç§ăźç«‹ć ŽăŻć…ˆç”Ÿă«æŻ”ăčăŠăŻă‚‹ă‹ă«æ„œă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚æŒ‡ç€șをć‡șă›ă°ă€ćźŸäœœæ„­ăŻä»–ăźäșșăŒă‚„ăŁăŠăă‚ŒăŸă™ă€‚ć…ˆç”Ÿăźć ŽćˆăŻă€ă”è‡Șćˆ†ă§ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚ąă‚’ć‡șă—ăŠă€è€ƒăˆă€ç””ă‚‚æă‹ăȘければăȘらăȘい。

è’æœšïŒšăă‚“ăȘこべăȘă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ïŒŸăŻć…šăŠæ±ș漚しăȘければいけăȘă„ă—ă€ć€§ć€‰ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă—ă‹ă‚‚ă€ä»Šć›žăźă€Œăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ©ăźć†’é™ș」はă‚čă‚±ăƒŒăƒ«ïŒŸăŒćź‡ćź™ïŒŸăźïŒŸäž–ç•Œă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ïŒŸăŒă“ă‚ŒăŸă§ă€Œă‚ąăƒă‚Šăƒˆăƒ»ă‚ąăƒ»ăƒœăƒŒă‚€ă€ăȘă©ăźäœœć“ă§æ’źăŁăŠăăŸă‚ąăƒƒăƒˆăƒ›ăƒŒăƒ ăȘ雰ć›Čæ°—ăšăŻïŒŸé•ă„ăȘäž–ç•ŒèŠłă§ă™ă‘ă©æˆžæƒ‘ă„ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‹ïŒŸ

ăƒŻă‚€ăƒ„ïŒšïŒŸăȘă‚čă‚±ăƒŒăƒ«ă§ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€ă“ăźäœœć“ăŻçȘăè©°ă‚ăŠèš€ăˆă°ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒŸăƒȘăƒŒă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘă ăšă‹ă‚“ăŒăˆăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŻă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€ă«ă‚‚ïŒŸăšă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ăŒă‚ă‚‹ăȘă€ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚æă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹äž–ç•ŒăŻæ™źé€šă§ăŻăȘă„ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€äœ•äž–ä»Łă«ă‚‚ă‚ăŸă‚‹ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒžăƒȘăƒŒă‚’æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹äœœć“ă€ăšă„ă†ç‚čがç‰čă«ăă†ă‹ăšă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă‚ŒăŻçąșかに。

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è’æœšïŒšćƒ•ăŒć„œăă ăŁăŸăźăŻă€ăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ©ăŒé ­ă‚’äœżă„ă€ïŒŸă‚’ăă‹ă›ăȘăŒă‚‰ć±é™șをäč—ă‚Šè¶ŠăˆăŠă„ăăšă“ă‚ă‚„ă€ă‚ąăƒ«äž­ăźç™»ć Žäșșç‰©ăŒă„ăŸă‚Šă€ćźŸă«äșș間的ăȘăšă“ă‚ă€‚ă‚ăšă‚łăƒŒăƒ«ă‚żăƒŒć€«äșșがè‡Șćˆ†ăźă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒąăƒłă€ă‚’ăƒă‚·ăƒƒăšć©ăă‘ă©ă€ăăźćŸŒæŠ±ăă—ă‚ă‚‹ă‚ăŸă‚Šă€ă€Œă‚ąăƒă‚Šăƒˆăƒ»ă‚ąăƒ»ăƒœăƒŒă‚€ă€ăźé›°ć›Čæ°—ă‚’æ„Ÿă˜ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

ăƒŻă‚€ăƒ„ïŒšăă‚ŒăŻăšăŠă‚‚èˆˆć‘łæ·±ă„èŠ–ç‚čă§ă™ă­ïŒă“ăźæ˜ ç”»ă«ć‡șăŠăă‚‹ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŻć…šć“ĄăŒ100æ‚Șでも斄でもăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

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ćș·ă€€è’æœšă•ă‚“ăŻă€ćœ“æ™‚ăšć°è±ĄăŒæœŹćœ“ă«ć€‰ă‚ă‚‰ăȘいですね。

──ćș·ă•ă‚“ă‚’æă“ă†ăšæ€ăŁăŸç†ç”±ăŻäœ•ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă€‚ è’æœšă€€ç‰©èȘžă‚’æăæ™‚ă«ă€ćƒ•ăŻç™»ć Žäșșç‰©ăźă€Œć‹•æ©Ÿă€ă‚’ć€§äș‹ă«ă™ă‚‹ă‚“です。ăȘăœăƒœă‚Żă‚”ăƒŒă«ăȘったぼか、そぼäșșăźć­äŸ›æ™‚ä»Łă«ăŸă§éĄăŁăŠă€ćŽŸç‚čă‚’çŸ„ă‚ŠăŸă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚äž–ç•Œă«ăŻă€Œă©ă†ă—ăŠă“ă‚“ăȘă“ăšă‚’ă™ă‚‹ăźă‹ïŒŸă€ăšç‰čă«ćŒ·ăæ€ăŁăŠă—ăŸă†ă€æŒ«ç”»ă«ç›žćżœă—ă„ă€Œć€‰äșșă€ăŒă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€æ—„æœŹă«ăŻăȘかăȘă‹ă„ăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ç€ŸäŒšăšă‹ç”„çč”ずか、è‡Ș戆をèČ«ăă“ăšăŒé›Łă—ă„ç’°ćąƒăȘんでしょうね。そんăȘäž­ă§ă€ă“ă†ă„ăŁăŸă‚‰ć€±ç€Œăšă„ă†ă‹ćƒ•ăšă—ăŠăŻè€’ă‚èš€è‘‰ăȘんですが、ćș·ć…ˆç”ŸăŻăŸă•ă«ă€Œć€‰äșșă€ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăƒ«ăƒƒă‚Żă‚čもæ€Șă—ă„æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ăŸă—ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

──ćș·ă•ă‚“ăźć­˜ćœšă‚’çŸ„ăŁăŸă€ăăŁă‹ă‘ăŻäœ•ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ è’æœšă€€ć­äŸ›ăźé ƒă«ă€Œăƒăƒƒă‚·ăƒŒă€ăšă‹ă€Œă‚ȘăƒȘăƒăƒŒć›ă€ă‚’ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ă§èŠłăŠăŻă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’ä»•æŽ›ă‘ăŸăźăŒćș·ć…ˆç”Ÿă ăŁăŸăšă„ă†ăźă‚’è’äżŁćźă•ă‚“ăŒæ›žă‹ă‚ŒăŸè‘—æ›žă‚„ćș·ă•ă‚“たè‡ȘäŒă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă§çŸ„ったんです。

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ćș·ă€€æ±‚めおいăȘă„ïŒŸ

è’æœšă€€ă€Œç­”ăˆă‚’ç€șă™ă€ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚ŠăŻă€ç””ă§èȘ­è€…ă«ă€ŒăȘă‚“ăšă‹äŒă‚ă‚Œă°ă„ă„ă€ăšă„ă†ăźă‹ăȘïŒŸă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“äŒă‚ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŻă€èŸ»è€„ăŒă©ă“ă‹ă§ćˆăŁăŠă„ăȘいべダメăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ç†è«–çš„ă«ăŠă‹ă—ă„ăšçȘăŁèŸŒăŸă‚ŒăĄă‚ƒă„ăŸă™ă—ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€Œç­”ăˆă€ă‚’æ±‚ă‚ă‚‹ăźăŻă€ăăźćˆ†é‡Žăźć°‚é–€ćź¶ă«ăŠä»»ă›ă—ăŸă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăŸăšăˆă°ă€Œè¶…ăČă‚‚ç†è«–ă€ăšă‹ă€ä»ŠćŸŒç™șć±•ă—ăŠă€Œç­”ăˆă€ăŒè§Łă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

ćș·ă€€ă†ăƒŒă‚“ăƒ»ăƒ»ăƒ»ăƒ»ăƒ»ăƒ»ă€Œè¶…ăČă‚‚ç†è«–ă€ăŻă€ăŸă‚ă‚€ăƒłăƒă‚­ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ç†è«–ç‰©ç†ć­ŠăŒç”¶æœ›çš„ă«èĄŒăè©°ăŸăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ăă‚Œă‚’éŁ›ăłè¶ŠăˆăŠă€äž€ă€ăŻćź—æ•™ă«ă„ăă€‚ă‚‚ă†äž€ă€ăŻæ±æŽ‹çš„ăȘ握æ™șă«èŸżă‚Šç€ăă€ăšă„ă†ăźă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ăŸăšăˆă°ă‚€ăƒłăƒ‰ć“Č歊にćŸșă„ăćź‡ćź™ăźè§Łæ˜Žăźä»•æ–čăŻćź‡ćź™ç†è«–ç‰©ç†ć­Šè€…ăźç«‹ć Žă‹ă‚‰ćˆ€æ–­ă™ă‚Œă°ăšăŠă‚‚çŽćŸ—ă§ăă‚‹ă‚‚ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€æœ€ç”‚çš„ă«ăƒ›ăƒŒă‚­ăƒłă‚°ăšćŒă˜ç”è«–ă«èŸżă‚Šç€ăăźăŒéąç™œă„ă€‚ăȘă«ă›è„żæŽ‹æ–‡æ˜Žă«ăȘい「握æ™șă€ă‚’æ±æŽ‹æ–‡æ˜ŽăŻæŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

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ćș·ă€€è„żæŽ‹ć­ŠăŻă€Œćșƒă•ă€ăšă‹ă€Œé€Ÿă•ă€ă‚’èŠćźšă—ăŸăŒă‚‹ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă€‚ă§ă‚‚èŠćźšăźä»•æ–čăŒăă‚‚ăă‚‚é–“é•ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ć ŽćˆăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰èĄŒăè©°ăŸă‚‹ă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă€‚ă‚ă‚‰ă‚†ă‚‹çŸè±ĄăŒç†è«–ç‰©ç†ć­Šă§èšŒæ˜Žă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăčăă ăšè€ƒăˆă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ăƒ€ăƒĄăȘă‚“ă ă€‚èŠ‹ăˆăȘă„ă‹ă‚‰èšŒæ˜Žă§ăăȘă„ă ă‘ă§ă€ćźŸăŻć…‰é€Ÿă‚ˆă‚Šé„ă‹ă«é€Ÿă„ă‚‚ăźăŒă™ă§ă«ć­˜ćœšă—ăŠă„ăŠă€ăšăŁăă«ćź‡ćź™ăźæžœăŠăŸă§ć±Šă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ćŻèƒœæ€§ăŻććˆ†ă«ă‚ă‚‹ă€‚ćƒ•ăźć ŽćˆăŻăă‚Œă‚’ç›Žæ„Ÿă§ă‚ă‹ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă€ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€‚ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ćź‡ćź™ăŒă€Œæœ‰é™ă€ă ăšä»źćźšïŒˆćƒ•ăźè€ƒăˆă§ăŻă€Œç„Ąé™ă€ïŒ‰ă—ăŸć Žćˆă«ă€Œè¶…é«˜é€Ÿă€ă‚’ćœ“ăŠăŻă‚ăŠă„ă‚‹ă ă‘ăȘんだけど。

è’æœšă€€çąșă‹ă«ă€ç””ă§æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ç›Žæ„Ÿă§è§Łă‚‹ă“ăšăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚è¶…èƒœćŠ›ă‚’èšŒæ˜Žă™ă‚‹ă“ăšăŻă§ăăȘăăŠă‚‚ă€ç””ă§æă‘ă‚Œă°ă€ăă‚ŒăŻć­˜ćœšă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘæ°—ăŒă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă€Œć€‰äșșćć±ˆćˆ—äŒă€ă«è©±ăŒæˆ»ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă“ă«ç™»ć Žă™ă‚‹äșșăŻă€çš†ă•ă‚“ă€Œç›Žæ„ŸćŠ›ă€ă«ć„Șă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă„ă€ăźäž–ă‚‚ă€æ–°ă—ă„æ™‚ä»Łă‚’é–‹æ‹“ă—ăŠă„ăăźăŻć€‰äșșă§ćć±ˆă§ă™ă—ă€é–“é•ă„ăȘăă€Œç›Žæ„ŸćŠ›ă€ăŒă‚ă‚‹äșșでしょうね。
”
[17]

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Published April 18, 2008
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Manga

“
There are times where I'll suddenly get overwhelmed, thinking about how weird certain things are which I previously never cared about, and an unusual anger arises. It exists within me, this "Period of Hate," which is often caused by the "Season of Aggression". Some time ago I happened to be with my parents, and so with levity I said this:

"You know, near my house there is this traffic light which turns red even during parts of the day where cars are nowhere to be seen. It didn't really bother me before and if there was no one around I would just go ahead and pass anyway. However, lately I've began to see it as bad conduct, so I've decided to stop and wait until it turns green."

As soon as I finished saying this, I started getting bombarded with a flurry of comments such as "Oh c'mon nobody does that anymore!" and "You are giving me a headache! What, are you trying to play goody two shoes now?!" and even, "You are a hypocrite! You just want someone to see you so he can write about it on 2chan!" Ugh. There it is. The "Season of Aggression" has arrived. If you get attacked for saying or doing something bad there's nothing wrong with that, but I did no such thing. I mean, I didn't even pass the red light. See, this is the "Season of Aggression", that period of time when people get angry at me for reasons that I fail to comprehend. And when it inexorably presents itself again, even in arguments where I could easily counter, I just end up being assailed and suffer even more. Because of this, the only thing that I can do is sit and wait until it passes again, just like people affected by pollen allergies; on hold, until the cause of their nuisance flies away. In these circumstances, the saying, "The best defense is a good offense" does not work.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has finally reached its sixth protagonist, Jolyne Cujoh, and she too is in the middle of this "Season of Aggression". Ever since she was little, she's lived in Florida, and with Jotaro being very busy in Morioh, she grew up without the presence of a father figure. Jolyne has certainly inherited the tough and cool headed side of her family, but she slowly but surely went towards a path of restlessness. Her mother just scolds her. She falls in love with a guy whose affection she blindly trusts. He represents the love and affection that she never got from his father. But it's precisely this sentiment that will drag Jolyne into a crazy world. Will she be able to free herself from it like "unraveling a string"? And will she mature as a person? This is the lay out that I had in mind when writing Stone Ocean and its protagonist.

Some time ago, in the 1980s, the impulse of trying a new creative adventure made me draw "Gorgeous Irene," a short story which had a woman as a protagonist. But in that time period I just, don't know, kinda felt something was off...I perceived a weird atmosphere telling me that a female protagonist wouldn't go well in my works, and so I scrapped the idea of turning it into an actual series. Almost 15 years have passed since then, and I'm convinced that, in some way, the times have changed. Today we live in an era in which, even if a girl takes a punch, or her finger goes flying, or she gets pushed down a building, you can still have a really strong atmosphere. The responsibility is all on her dad's shoulders, Jotaro Kujo. He is the one who initially comes to save his daughter, but ultimately ends up getting saved by her. This, in turn, favors the internal growth of the girl. It seems to me that putting yourself out there by inserting a character like this into a manga really pays off. We can be men and women, but the blood relations and the sentiments which derive from them are elements which we all inherit.

What does "Stone Ocean" mean? "Stone" is the will of Jolyne, while "Ocean" symbolizes women altogether. This Stone Ocean can also refer to the image of the prison in which the story is set. After having decided to draw Stone Ocean, I wanted to collect some material and went to visit a prison in Florida. It was divided into 4 sections: juvenile detention, female detention, young male detention and death row convicts detention that I could only enter after I was granted a permit. In America, there are also "private" prisons in which a penalty discount becomes the equivalent of a commercial enterprise.

I could enter three sections, but not the male detention one because it was deemed too dangerous, I was only able to see the kitchen and the model prisoners working there. In any case, it wasn't a huge prison like the one where Jolyne Cujoh was incarcerated, rather it was a very high tech one and in some way reminded me of Roppongi Hills. (Big urban complex in Roppongi, a Tokyo district) At the entrance I was patted down to check what I was carrying with me and possible metal objects. Then I took an elevator, walked, took another elevator, walked again, then another elevator in repetition. At every passage a heavy metal door with an electronic lock would be opened and closed, then another, and another, and so on. On the way, I was escorted by some guards of average rank. Doors can't speak, but it was like they were telling me that I couldn't leave that place anymore, even if I willed it. I'm not sure if it was claustrophobia, but I was very nervous, I felt like I was in a state of hyperventilation and my breathing was ragged. Some prisoners, no matter how many times I told them I was from Tokyo, wanted me to gift them a Bible in Korean. Furthermore, there was a woman with a massive body structure who looked just like the boss from a movie, seated next to her was instead a girl with a slim figure, probably her henchman, through which she asked me how old I was. I would later heartily describe my feelings to the warden, that I was really anxious to the point of suffocation. He replied "It's the same for me every day. I always feel relieved when I can finally get out and go back home.” Writing this sixth part, I keep questioning myself with concern over Jolyne Cujoh. If I was in the same situation, I think that after just 3 hours of being put in I'd probably already feel destroyed. My impression is that, between all the previous JoJo protagonists, she is the toughest one and that I desire for her to be happy the most. Especially because, as if that wasn't enough, she is right in the middle of the “Season of Aggression”.
”
—Hirohiko Araki


(Translator Note: 2chan or 2channel is a gigantic Japanese forum, in which millions of posts regarding a huge variety of topics are uploaded on a daily basis, these posts are left uncontrolled and go under almost no censorship.)

[Translated by LegoAlex98]

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Published February 18, 2009
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
📜
Manga

“
The truth is, I don’t really know what to say about this. Writing this sixth part of “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure - Stone Ocean”, I started feeling a great sense of satisfaction regarding the stand’s powers. I felt like I had reached the peak of my creativity, as an author I had drawn everything my capabilities allowed. ‘Time’ that got faster and faster for humans’ senses to perceive, getting closer to the concept of infinite – given we can’t really comprehend much of it. How could there possibly be a stand power bigger than this? “There’s nothing more incredible, my creativity has reached the highest point”, that’s what I thought. I normally think that feelings like a sense of satisfaction or personal realization are extremely scary. Finding yourself in a situation where you think everything’s going well and you don’t need to do anything more is without doubt a terrible situation, as a person and as a mangaka, but also if we think about society and the development of science, philosophy, art and culture in general. People act to achieve something, to obtain satisfaction above all else, but what do they do when they reach it? This contradictory feeling crept up my heart while I was coming up with an ending for ‘Stone Ocean’.


Jolyne Cujoh, our protagonist, felt a deep void in her heart too because she was missing the paternal love that brought her to befriend the shady guy that caused her to be imprisoned, after causing a car accident. But what’s important is the progress she makes because of that, because of the actions she has to do to save her father she becomes the strong woman she is. If we look at this story as a telling of the protagonist’s growth, her story had ended. So know what should I do for the accomplishment of this manga? In other words, I don’t have anything more to draw. It’s over. ‘Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure’ has reached its summit.
This is ‘Stone Ocean’.
The end.
But this is not right, not at all, it feels wrong. The fact that I’m feeling accomplished should not be a good thing.
It’s like a red light is in front of me, what should I do?
This is what I was thinking then, until I had an idea.
Go back to the origins! Isn’t this how Renaissance happened in Italy, going back to Greeks and Romans concepts in classic art? The French painter Gauguin also built a whole new painting going back the origins that Tahiti represented for him.

I need to strengthen further Father Pucci’s stand power. This way time, the characters, the bloodlines and the whole universe will have a turnaround and go back to their origins. For ‘Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure’ I had to leave modern days and return to nature. I had to change Stone Ocean’s ending right before the last chapters for this reason, I brought out all the nostalgic feelings I had in my soul and this is why it came out like that. Jolyne Cujoh's memories are different, but I think her love and emotions will remain forever and surely grow. I want the protagonist for the seventh part to be fighting against nature in a way that teaches him how to be mature. These were my thoughts upon writing the sixth part, maybe these things shouldn’t be said or written but this is the author’s afterword right? It came out like this.
”
—Hirohiko Araki
[Translated by macchalion][18]

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Newspaper
Interview
Published April 1, 2009
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Manga

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Interviewer: I'm so nervous today....

Araki: Oh, don't worry. I not here to make anyone nervous today, my goal is to be healing others: Really, please don't be nervous.

I: Thank You!

A: Oh no, Thank you.

Part 1: Hirohiko Araki, Road to becoming a Mangaka

I: Well my first question is, what kind of 22 year old were you, and what was your life like after graduating from high school?

A: Um... Well, it was the 70's. The mangakas at that time were a generation after people like Tezuka-sensei, Akatsuka-sensei, and Fujiko-sensei. And it was a time when the genre of manga really diversified. Not only manga, but music too, like jazz crossing over to rock music. I spent my teen during a time when everything was fusing together, so I kind of caught the momentum of that, and then Yudetamago-sensei, who was the same age as me debuted when we were about 16 or 17. Then I realized that I can't be wasting time. Of course I studied too, but as a student, I also was really interested in art, like manga, music, film, and fine arts. I really aspired foreign countries as well.

I: How old were you when you became interested in such things?

A: Well, from around high school, or maybe even middle school... Then I dreamed of being a mangaka or have a job relating to that.

I: So, you actually read Yudetamago-sensei's works?

A: Read it, and, well, there were many mangakas, and I couldn't do anything about that, but I felt like I had to something myself.

I: Interesting, so that was your turning point in life?

A: Probably... It may overlap with some questions later but can I keep going on?

I: Yes! Please, go ahead.

A: Well, how should I put it... You know how you learn from your elders? Back then was a time when doing the same thing as your elder was really looked down at. You had to do something different. If there were several paths that your elder paved, it was like finding somewhere in between that no one else has gone before. Kind of like that.

I: So it was about doing something different?

A: Well, you had to kind of make sure not to mimic anyone, yeah. It wasn't necessarily about going your own way, but learning from your elders and not stepping in their footsteps. You were looked down if you ever stepped in it. People would say “you're just doing the same thing, just coping!” or something, and look at you with scornful eyes.

I: What did people actually say towards your works?

A: Like, “This looks looks that,” or “thats story development is identical to so-and-so,”

I: At times like that, where did you get inspiration to paved your own way?

A: Um... so, I had influences from my favorite mangakas, but also came up with my own things, or added on to it. Draw an area that hasn't been explored by others... and like that, for example, I now think theres a theory, and following a “theory of hit” makes you feel like you have to do something that sells. I didn't think of that at all, so I guess I was pure in a sense, yeah.

I: Not a manga only for the sake of selling?

A: Its about drawing something that's never been drawn.

I: Interesting. This gets a little personal, but going to art school, I really understand what you mean. You take a class with a teacher and you get drawn towards your teachers style, but are punished if you fully adopt that style.

A: Yeah, its pretty much like that, but more intense with a strong 70's feel to it

Part 2: What it feels like after becoming a Mangaka

I: So, what was it like to actually become a mangaka?

A: Well, I was worried sick and couldn't sleep during earlier works, and even when starting JoJo. I wasn't sure if it was alright.

I: And did you have a strong support, someone backing you up?

A: Ahh, yeah. In my case, I based my works on works of art from the past that I felt sure, and things that were done by people I was sure about, so even if someone saids something bad or negative, I always was able to feel sure. And the told me that I had to be bold if I wanted a serialized series. Failing a serialized series is losing to yourself, so I think it works out well for an optimistic person.

I: Do you think most mangakas are optimists?

A: I think people who can keep doing it are like that. More like someone confident than an optimist. Many of them have absolute confidence in themselves. Many seems like they go beyond narcissism. So, you don't want to cripple their pride, you have to nurture it. They're probably simpletons. Out in the real world, you have to be careful not to be scolded for that.

Part 3: Araki's Manga-ism

I: Manga has really infiltrated our society nowadays, what does “manga” mean to you?

A: Like I said earlier, its about the beauty of the art and training your “eyes for judging beauty.” Its kind of like a training. Um... I'm drawing and sometimes fall into meditation, and skip time. Kind of like that.

I: How do you feel about other mangas and works?

A: Well, yeah, I like some of them, but I'd also like to recognize those I'm not sure whats fun or interesting about them. Maybe not recognizing them, but try to think while I read them. Not only in manga but also in films, the kind of story that I don't feel interesting is when the protagonist doesn't have a reason to progress. For example, there are some that are negative towards fighting, and I personally think thats a no-no. So, if theres going to be war, it should be like “Yeah! I love war!” Thats an extreme example, but fighting in war while denying war I'd say is negative story-wise. If the is a “zero,” the denial makes it a “negative.” But fighting for one's own satisfaction, or fighting war to save one's mother, that kind of elements that makes the story “positive” is really interesting. The kinds of film fit in that. And because they fit in, I analyze from there. So, if you like “negative,” and gather a lot of “negative,” you start compiling those kinds of movies, but there are many perspectives, so there's not really a right or wrong direction. Its up to your own preference.

I: So the kind of things you're not interested are things that are negative.

A: Yeah. I can't get psyched watching or writing things like that.

Part 4: Relaxing, Araki style

I: You have been doing manga for a long time. I've heard in other interviews that you never miss an due date, and we see you as always being on schedule. Do you ever have trouble coming up with new ideas?

A: Its not really about the lack of ideas, but the scariest thing is the lack of the will to draw. Lack of idea is really losing the will to create. If you're willing to write, you will get ideas, so you shouldn't be afraid of the lack of ideas. Just keep putting things out there, and save nothing. Feeling like you don't care is the worst thing.

I: Have you ever felt like that?

A: Well, yeah, I start feeling like that when I get exhausted.

I: And how do you cope with that?

A: Um, in my case, I go discipline myself a little. Nothing serious, but go out on a walk to shrines, like that. I don't go out in waterfalls but that takes away my worries. It kind of weird, but going on a walk or a bicycle trip alone, discipline through a little exercise.

I: Not only use your mind, but also your body...

A: I exhaust myself, and theres many things. Like carrying a heavy load, and you start to realize what's really necessary. I start to think I don't need a cell phone because its heavy and I wanted to toss it, and I had no signal anyways... but I feel really healed by an iPod for some reason.

I: Why is that?

A: Somehow music is really good. So I really only need water, raincoat, and an iPod. I went to a place called Kumano Kodo once. It saids Kumano (Kuma = bear in Japanese) so I figured there will be bears in this place, so someone told me to take my cell phone. I took it, but didn't get any service... Then my feet starts to hurt, and I really started getting sick of all my luggage. I brought some bread with me but I ate it. And I started to realize that those things are not necessary. You don't need it to survive.

I: What do you feel like when you're out training at places like that.

A: Empty, and then I come back from that and start working again.

Part 5: Other Dreams

I: Your art works has been featured in fashion, a science magazine cover, and now in the Louvre. What is the meaning of working on projects besides manga?

A: Um, its the drawing... if theres story and drawing, I guess I'm better at drawing . I don't know, I'm a mangaka, so I have to draw, or otherwise people won't think me as an mangaka. There are mangakas famous for their story, but I'm more on the drawing side, so I want to draw the ultimate picture, something really good.

I: Do you not have enough time at the moment to do that?

A: You know, like the Louvre and the science magazine, especially the science magazine, theres more to that one, but I tend to think all of them as one. Physics, literature, there all the same in a sense that they are searching for the truth. Its nothing alien. So, the person who asked me the science magazine project felt the same way too. He thought that I can illustrate his scientific theory.

I: Was there anything else you were asked to do?

A: Something weird? Is there any thing weird? Maybe the CD cover? The t-shirt designs? I guess the Cell project was the weirdest, but that doctor's medical theory and my philosophy of stands were the same, so he asked me to draw. That way of thinking makes me happy, happy because its kind of like DaVinci. That really is a theory that no one can understand, borderline crazy. No one who sees those sentences agrees to the theory. It might be wrong. And if you write something wrong, someone is going t object later. So that project was a little risky.

I: What do you wish to do next, do you have any requests?

A: Umm... yeah, I probably want to do a series of pictures.

I: You mean like a CD cover?

A: Um, something like the "The Dancing Girl of Izu"

I: Oh!

A: The "The Dancing Girl of Izu" was a little different too. They asked me to draw the cover of "The Dancing Girl of Izu," and I couldn't believe it. They just asked me to do a work based on a famous literature.

I: So, did you choose that?

A: Yeah, but only from the Shyeisha-Bunko series.

I: Why the "The Dancing Girl of Izu."

A: I kind of wanted to draw the emptiness of youth.

Part 6: Message to 22 year olds today

A: I think people's actions should be based on their “eyes to judge beauty.” How to judge what's beautiful. Are your own actions beautiful, or not. And by beautiful, I don't simply mean the appearance of something, but does something fit in, can you understand it. I think studying is for training your “eyes to judge beauty.” For example, whether its physics, sociology, or literature, its a way to find out how the pieces fit together nicely, and the study of medicine is the way to discover a theory to cure beautifully. And as you layer those theories together, you are able to judge things, and if you know how judge you will be able to make a decision. I want young people to train their “eyes” so they can judge things, theories, and themselves, and I don't want them to study only as a way to become rich or for a high academic record. I think having such evil or not is important. It may sound fancy, but being something like a hero for the good is really important.

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[Translated by BlackHoleSun][19]

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ćƒ•ăŒć­Šç”Ÿă ăŁăŸăźăŒïŒ—ïŒćčŽä»ŁăŁăŠă„ă†æ™‚æœŸă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚ŒăŁăŠă€æŒ«ç”»ćź¶ăźæ‰‹ćĄšæČ»è™«ć…ˆç”Ÿă‚„è”€ćĄšäžäșŒć€«ć…ˆç”Ÿă€è—€ć­äžäșŒé›„ć…ˆç”ŸăŸăĄăźæŹĄăźäž–ä»Łă§ă€è‰ČんăȘă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ«ă«ă‚ăŸăŁăŠæŒ«ç”»ăŒć‡șăŠăăŸæ™‚æœŸăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚éŸłæ„œă§ă‚‚ă€ăƒ­ăƒƒă‚Żă«ă‚žăƒŁă‚șがクロă‚čă‚ȘăƒŒăƒăƒŒă—ăŸă‚Šă ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†ă”ă†ă«è‰ČんăȘă‚‚ăźăŒèžćˆă—ăŠăăŸæ™‚ä»Łă§ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăèŠžèĄ“çš„ăȘæŒ«ç”»ă€éŸłæ„œă€æ˜ ç”»ă€çŸŽèĄ“ăšă‹ăźć‹ąă„ăŒă™ă”ă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚“ăȘăšăă«äž­ć­Šæ™‚ä»Łă‚„é«˜æ Ąæ™‚ä»Łă‚’é€ăŁăŠăăŸă‚‚ăźă§ă€ăȘă‚“ăŠèš€ă†ă‚“ă ă‚ă†ăȘ、そぼ拱いみたいăȘたにäč—ăŁăŠăŸăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă­ă‡â€Šă€‚ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ć‹‰ćŒ·ă‚‚ă—ăŸă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă€äž­ć­Šç”Ÿăă‚‰ă„ă‹ă‚‰æŒ«ç”»ćź¶ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă„ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†ä»•äș‹ă«ć°±ăăŸă„ăȘăŁăŠæ€ăŁăŠăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

é«˜æ Ąç”Ÿăźæ™‚ă«ă€ćŒă˜ćčŽăźă‚†ă§ăŸăŸă”ć…ˆç”ŸăŒïŒ‘ïŒ–æ­łă‹ïŒ‘ïŒ—æ­łă‹ă§ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă—ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă€ă€Œă‚ă€ă“ă‚“ăȘこべしどらんăȘい」っど、そぼべきちょっべ焩ったっどいうか。 ぼんきăȘこべをしどる栮搈じゃăȘいんだ、っど。「è‡Șćˆ†ă‚‚ćˆ‡ă‚Šæ‹“ă„ăŠă„ă‹ăȘくちゃいけăȘいんだăȘăă€ăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚

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äŸ‹ăˆă°ć…ˆèŒ©ă‹ă‚‰ć­Šă¶ă“ăšăŁăŠă‚ă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ć…ˆèŒ©ă‹ă‚‰ć­Šă‚“ă ă“ăšă‚’ăăźăŸăŸă‚„ă‚‹ăšă­ă€ă‚‚ăźă™ă”ăă‘ăȘă•ă‚ŒăŸæ™‚ä»ŁăȘă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă€Œă“ă‚Œă€ă‚ăźć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăăŁăă‚Šă ă‚ă€ăšă‹ă€Œă“ă†ă„ă†ăźăŻă‚‚ă†ă‚ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă„ă‚‰ăȘいから」っど。違うäș‹ă‚’ă‚„ă‚“ăȘきゃいけăȘă„ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‹ă€ă“ă†ă€ć…ˆèŒ©ăŒçŻ‰ă„ăŠăăŸé“ăŒă„ăă€ă‹ă‚ăŁăŸăšă—ăŸă‚‰ă€éš™é–“ăźèȘ°ă‚‚æ­©ă„ăŠăȘいようăȘăšă“ă‚ă‚’æŽąă™ăŁăŠă„ă†ăźïŒŸă€€

ăăźăŸă‚“ăŸăƒžăƒă—ăȘいっどいうぼかăȘぁ。そういう鱹ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€ă†ă‚“ă€‚ă€Œè‡Ș戆ぼ道」っどいうんじゃăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ć…ˆèŒ©ă‚’ć­ŠăłăȘăŒă‚‰ă‚‚ă€ă‚ăˆăŠć…ˆèŒ©ăŒèžă‚“ă ăšă“ă‚ăŻèžăŸăȘい、みたいăȘă€‚ć„œăăȘæŒ«ç”»ćź¶ă•ă‚“é”ăźćœ±éŸżă‚’ć—ă‘ă€ă€ă‚‚ă€è‡Ș戆ăȘりぼもぼをć‡șă—ăŠă„ăăšă‹ă€ćŠ ăˆăŠă„ăăšă‹ă€ăŸă ă“ăźéƒšćˆ†æă„ăŠăȘいăȘăŁăŠă„ă†ăźăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚‰ăă“ă‚’æ›žăăšă‹ă€‚

ă§ă‚‚ć…ˆèŒ©ă‚’ć­Šă¶ă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă€ă“ă†ă€Œăƒ’ăƒƒăƒˆă™ă‚‹ă‚»ă‚ȘăƒȘăƒŒă€ăżăŸă„ăȘăźă‚’èżœăŠă†ăšă™ă‚‹ăšă€ă©ă†ă—ăŠă‚‚ćŁČれどるべころをもっどこăȘくちゃいけăȘă„æ„Ÿă˜ăŒă‚ă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいですか。 ă€Œă“ă†ă„ă†ăźăŒæ”èĄŒăŁăŠă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ć–ă‚Šć…„ă‚Œă‚ˆă†ă€ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ă†ăźăŻć…šç„¶è€ƒăˆăŠăȘかったですね、うん。だからăȘんか箔çȋだったかもしんăȘいですね。

ăȘるほど。è‡Șćˆ†ă‚‚ć€§ć­Šă§ć…ˆç”ŸăźæŽˆæ„­ă‚’ć—ă‘ă‚‹ăšă€ć…ˆç”Ÿă«æ•™ă‚ăŁăŠă‚‹æ–čă«ă„ăŁăĄă‚ƒă„ăă†ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăă“ă«äč—ă‚‹ăšă€é€†ă«ăŸăŸć©ă‹ă‚ŒăŠă€ăżăŸă„ăȘăźăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

うんうん、そんăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă€‚ăă‚Œăźă€ă‚‚ăŁăšäœ•ă‹ăƒ»ăƒ»ăƒ»ïŒ—ïŒćčŽä»ŁăźćŒ·ă„æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

ïŒïŒïŒă§ăŻă€ćż”éĄ˜ăźæŒ«ç”»ćź¶ă«ăȘるç‚șă€ć…·äœ“çš„ă«ă©ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘćŠȘćŠ›ă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

ăšă«ă‹ăäœ•ă§ă‚‚èŠ‹ăŸă‚ŠèȘ­ă‚“ă ă‚Šă—ăŠă€ć‡„ă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒ ă€ŽïŒ‘ćčŽă§æ˜ ç”»ă‚’ïŒ’ïŒïŒæœŹèŠ‹ă‚‹ă€ăšă‹æ±șめど、èȘžă‚ŠćŁă‚„ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒæ§‹æˆă€äœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăźäș‹ăŸă§ć…šéƒšćˆ†æžă—ăŸă‚Šăšă‹ă€‚ïŒ’ïŒïŒæœŹă€ăŁăŠă‚‚ă€ïŒ€ïŒ¶ïŒ€ă‚‚ăȘă„æ™‚ä»Łă ă‹ă‚‰ć€§ć€‰ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒ ć…šéƒšă€æ˜ ç”»é€šă§èŠ‹ă‚‹ă‚ă‘ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

ă‚ăšă€ćœ“æ™‚ä»™ć°ă«äœă‚“ă§ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€æŠ•çšżă ăšæ„èŠ‹ăŒèžăă«ăă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăƒ‹ăƒ„ă‚ąăƒłă‚čăŁăŠă„ă†ă‹ă€‚é›»è©±ăšă‹æ‰‹çŽ™ă«ăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ïŒŠïŒĄïŒžă‚‚ăȘかったですからねぇ。 ă§ă€ç›ŽæŽ„æ„èŠ‹ăŒèžăăŸăăŠă€ă‚ă–ă‚ă–é›»è»Šă§æ±äșŹăŸă§äœœć“æŒăŁăŠèĄŒăăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚ăŸă æ–°ćčč線通っおăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€ç‰‡é“ïŒ”æ™‚é–“ă‹ă‹ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰

ïŒïŒïŒăă—ăŠæŒ«ç”»ćź¶ăšă—ăŠăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ăŒă€ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒćœ“æ™‚ăźèŸ›ă‹ăŁăŸäș‹ă‚„ă€ćŹ‰ă—ă‹ăŁăŸäș‹ă‚’æ•™ăˆăŠă„ăŸă ă‘ăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

やっぱり、èȘă‚ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ă†ăŸă§ăŒèŸ›ă„ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいですかね。もちろん、è‡Ș戆はè‡ȘäżĄă‚’æŒăŁăŠă‚„ăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă€ăă‚Œă§ă‚‚ă€Œă“ă‚Œă§ă„ă„ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă€ăŁăŠă€èȘ°ă‹ă«èš€ăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăȘă„ăšèŸ›ă„ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€‚äœ•ăŒè‰Żă„ăźă‹æ‚Șă„ăźă‹ăŒă‚ă‹ă‚‹ăŸă§ăŒă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšèŸ›ă‹ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいですね。

それで、欉しかったäș‹ăŻæœ€èż‘ăźè©±ă«ăȘă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒäœœăŒă€Œéąç™œă„ă§ă™ă€ăŁăŠă€ç‰čă«è‹„ă„äșșă«èš€ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ăźăŒćŹ‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚’æă„ăŸăźăŒć€§äœ“25ćčŽć‰ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ćœŒă‚‰ăŒç”ŸăŸă‚Œă‚‹ć‰ă«æă„ăŸç‰©ă‚’è‰Żă„ăšèš€ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ăšă€ă€ŒăŠăƒŒïŒă“ă‚Œă§è‰Żă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă ïŒă€ăšæ„Ÿć‹•ă—ăŸă™ă­ă€‚

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私達NEWTRALăŻă€ć°†æ„ă«äžćź‰ă‚„æœŸćŸ…ăŒäș€éŒŻă—ăŠă€ăƒąăƒ€ăƒąăƒ€ă—ăŸæ„Ÿæƒ…ă‚’æŠ±ă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ćčŽé ƒă‚’『珏äșŒæ€æ˜„æœŸă€ăšć‘Œă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹ăźă§ă™ăŒă€è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŻă“ă†ă—ăŸă€ŽçŹŹäșŒæ€æ˜„æœŸă€ăźç”Œéš“ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‹ïŒŸ

äŸ‹ăˆă°ăăźă€ćˆæœŸăźäœœć“ăšă‹ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’ć§‹ă‚ă‚‹æ™‚ă‚‚ă€ć€§äžˆć€«ăȘぼかăȘïœžăŁăŠă„ă†â€Š 侍漉で眠れăȘă„ăšăă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă€‚

ïŒïŒïŒăă“ă‚’ćŒ·ăæ”Żăˆă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă‚‚ăźăŻäœ•ă ăŁăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

ćƒ•ăźć ŽćˆăŻă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă€éŽćŽ»ăźäœœć“ăšă‹èŠžèĄ“äœœć“ăšă‹ă«ă€Œă“ăźäșșăźäœœć“ăŻç”¶ćŻŸă«è‰Żă„ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†çąșかăȘă‚‚ăźăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’ăĄă‚ƒă‚“ăšè¶łăŒă‹ă‚Šă«ă—ăŠăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€æ‚ȘćŁèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă‚‚ă€æ‚ČèŠłçš„ăȘäș‹ă‚’èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă‚‚ă€ă€Œă“ă‚Œă§ă„ă„ă‚“ă ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†æ°—æŒăĄăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

ïŒïŒïŒă‹ă€ăŠăźć‰äșșé”ă«æ”Żăˆă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸăźă§ă™ă­ă€‚

そうですね。あべăȘんだろうăȘ、「曳ć€ȘくăȘă„ăšă€é€ŁèŒ‰ăŻă‚„ă°ă„ă€ăŁăŠèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚é€ŁèŒ‰ăŒć€±æ•—ă™ă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ăźăŻă€äžćź‰ă«â€Šè‡Șćˆ†ă«èȠけるこべăȘんですよね。 é€ŁèŒ‰ăŒç¶šă„ăŠă‚‹äșșă«ăŻă€æ„œèŠłçš„ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€è‡Ș俥柶ăȘäșșăŒć€šă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚è‡Șćˆ†ă«ç”¶ćŻŸçš„ăȘè‡ȘäżĄă‚’æŒăŁăŠă‚‹ă€è‡Șæƒšă‚Œâ€Šă‚’è¶…ăˆăŠă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘ雰ć›Čæ°—ăźäșșăŒć€šă„ă§ă™ă­ă‡ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ăă†ă„ă†ăźăŁăŠćż…èŠăȘんですよ。だから、そぼäșșăŸăĄăźć€©ç‹—ă‚’ăžă—æŠ˜ăŁăŸă‚‰ă ă‚ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚äŒžă°ă—ăŠă‚ă’ăȘă„ăšïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ăă“ă‚’ć©ă‹ă‚ŒăȘă„ă‚ˆă†ă«ç«‹ăĄć›žă‚“ăȘきゃいけăȘă„ă‚“ă ă‚ă†ă­ă€ç€ŸäŒšă«ć‡șるべね。

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äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€Œă“ă‚Œă€ă©ă“ăŒăŠă‚‚ă—ă‚ă„ă‚“ă ă‚ă†ă€ăšæ€ă†æŒ«ç”»ă‚‚ă€ăă‚ŒăȘりにèȘă‚ăŸă„ですね。èȘă‚ă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‹ă€ă€Œă“ă†ăȘんだろうăȘăƒŒă€ăŁăŠè€ƒăˆăȘがらèȘ­ă‚€ăŁăŠă„うか。 ă€Œă“ă†ă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’æă“ă†ăšă—ăŠă€ă“ă†ăȘăŁăŸăźă‹ă€ăŁăŠæŽšç†ă™ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ă€‚ăƒŻă‚±ă‚ă‹ă‚“ăȘă„ă‹ă‚‰æŽ’é™€ă€ăŻă—ăŸăăȘă„ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‹ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

æŒ«ç”»ă«é™ă‚‰ăšæ˜ ç”»ăšă‹ă§ă‚‚ă€ćƒ•ăŒă€ŒăŠă‚‚ă—ă‚ăăȘいăȘă€ăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ă‚‹ăźăŻă€äž»äșșć…Źă«ă€Œć‰ć‘ăăȘć‹•æ©Ÿă€ăŒăȘいもぼăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚äŸ‹ăˆă°æˆŠäș‰æ˜ ç”»ă§ă‚‚ă€æˆŠäș‰ăŻăƒ€ăƒĄă ăšă‹ćŠćźšă—ăȘăŒă‚‰ć«Œă ć«Œă ăŁăŠă„ă„ăȘăŒă‚‰æˆŠă†è©±ăŁăŠă€è‡Șćˆ†çš„ă«ăŻăƒ€ăƒĄăȘんですよ。

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ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚ąăŁăŠă€ç„ĄăăȘるべかじゃăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ć‰”äœœæ„æŹČが無くăȘă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ă“ăšăŒă€ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚ąăŒç„ĄăăȘるっどいうこべăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€Œæă“ă†ă€ăšæ€ăŁăŠă•ăˆă„ă‚Œă°ă€ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚ąăŁăŠć‡șăŠăă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă€Œă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚ąăŒç„ĄăăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚â€Šă€ăšă‹æă‚ŒăŠăĄă‚ƒă„ă‘ăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“ć‡șす、èȯ金しべかăȘい、みたいăȘ。

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ă„ă‚„ăƒŒăȘんか、ç–Čă‚ŒăŠăă‚‹ăšăă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă«ăȘったりするんですよね。

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ćƒ•ăźć ŽćˆăŻăĄă‚‡ăŁăšäœ“ă‚’äœżă†ă‚ˆă†ăȘæ—…èĄŒă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ç„žç€Ÿć·Ąă‚Šăšă‹ă€ć‚é“ă‚’æ­©ă„ăŸă‚Šă ăšă‹ă€ăă†ă„ăŁăŸæ§˜ăȘâ€Šäżźæ„­ă§ă™ă‹ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰äž€äșșにăȘăŁăŠèŠ‹ă€ă‚ăȘăŠă—ăŠă€äœ“ă‚’äœżăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă­ă€èż·ă„ăŒć–ă‚Œă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒäžæ€è­°ăȘんだけど。

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Published November 21, 2009
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On November 21st, at Tokyo University's 60th Komaba Festival, was Araki Sensei's wife. We went to see Mrs. Asami Araki's public talk "JoJo and Asami Araki's Bizarre Life"!

With only 300 tickets being distributed, the ticket sales began at 10 A.M. and were immediately sold out. With 200 fans creating a line that extended all the way to the entrance of the emergency stairway, the mangaka's wife's lecture seemed to be the climax of the festival. At 1:30 P.M., all seats were completely filled and spectators began to line up around the outer circumference of the venue. In the Maninonrei (banners of thanks for the full house) Classroom, being greeted with a warm applause, the program director, Mr. Hiroki Terai announced the entry of Araki’s wife: Mrs. Asami Araki (Chami).

  • This report was done with the permission of Mrs. Araki. This was done through my notes and recollection of the event, and there may be parts with errors. If it’s clear there was a mistake, or there are any questions, please submit a form or e-mail me about the issue.

Reason for holding this lecture

Mrs. Chami did not get an invitation from the Tokyo University JoJo Research Society, but rather, the program director, Mr. Terai, was a friend from her student days. She heard about the offer through a mutual friend of their's. (in addition, the 2007 Cell Front Cover drawn by Araki was related to the Tokyo University Cranial Nerves Group, as well as author Kang Sang-jung and Mr. Kenichirƍ Mogi having relations to the school.) Since the lecture was to be in front of a large crowd, Mrs. Chami refused many times, but knowing that the fans would be enthusiastic to have her speak, Araki Sensei insisted, “What if you try once?”, and so the decision was made. Incidentally, she informed us that Araki would have stomach problems from nervousness if he had shown up.

Where is Araki right now?

  • We were told Araki was 100% not at the meeting hall.

He couldn’t come, but yesterday he went to a Shinto Shrine to pray for his wife and he joked, “I’ll scatter flyers around the university!” (Wouldn’t Araki putting out flyers in person cause an uproar?!). Now, as for where Araki Sensei was now, Mrs. Chami said, “Probably on a walk.”

Beginning of Romance with Araki

About 20 years ago, when Mrs. Chami was attending a friend’s marriage interview, sitting across from her was a man, Araki Sensei. After that moment, Mrs. Chami said she immediately clicked with him (however, it seemed like Araki wasn’t thinking about love at all). In that moment, she got Araki Sensei’s number and their friendship began. 3 months later, they were married. Certainly the marriage had a ‘Speed – A’ rating.

Araki’s First Date

Araki would frequently go to a Gym Pool. He was carrying his swimsuit to the pool when he got asked out by telephone. When she arrived, (with a Mona Lisa smile) Araki said, “I’ll be swimming back and forth in the 25 meter line a few times, so just play around here” and left her alone. She was looking at the training schedule in silence while Araki continued to swim. When he gave her a sidelong glance, she appeared to be doing the flutter kick by herself
 (it sounds like a manga, but it’s a true story).

Araki’s ding-dong dash!?

About 10 years into their marriage, Mrs. Chami tells us, “I felt like I was living with a first-year middle schooler.” This childish, simple-minded troublemaker, how many ding-dong dashes he was doing! (The respectable adult! The popular Jump writer!) But, the people in the neighborhood loved Araki, and the older people would call out to him as if he was a boy. Strange folk


Araki’s fear of strangers

Back then, Araki was extremely shy. For example, when Mrs. Chami’s friend came over, he opened the door just halfway. When he looked, he said “Ah! A stranger!” and immediately closed the door without even coming out. But, at the 2003 Paris Exhibition “JOJO IN PARIS”, when he was thinking that no one from Japan would come, the successive chiefs of Shueisha arrived. Since then, his shyness has begun to be cured. Nowadays, he’ll invite about 20 mangaka over for a party. Incidentally, when Mrs. Chami sees the mangaka arrive to the party, time and time again she thinks “Mangaka are a little weird, aren’t they?...” (haha)

In Araki’s house

Mrs. Chami tells us that she's friends with his assistant. “She loves candy and sweet foods, I remember the type well, I would ask things like ‘What happened to X Chocolate?’ and talk about things like women’s fashion (interrupting?) He would imitate us and when he wanted to say something like ‘Be quiet!’, he would say ‘Your antenna is too wide’ to be more polite (haha).

A video letter from Masanori Morita!

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We get a screening of a video letter from one of Araki’s mangaka friends, the author of 「ROOKIES」 Masanori Morita! At the party in Araki’s house, he drew a picture of Jotaro and before Araki was able to comprehend what he was doing, he drew 2 or 3 more. When they were drinking alcohol together, he was worrying about whether to sit next to Araki or Mrs. Chami and finally he said “Hey!” and sat next to Mrs. Chami. He said to Mrs. Chami, “Beautiful as ever”, “I hope your happy” and to Araki Sensei, “I respect you a lot”, “You were so mellow and easy to approach” and so on. At the end of the video letter, he shrewdly inserted an advertisement for the Rookies DVD and Besharigurashi Volume 9. (Looking at the video was super interesting! The playful Morita Sensei drew a large laugh from the crowd.)

Araki’s height, has he gotten taller?

At this year’s first Ultra Jump party, Araki met with 「High School! Kimengumi」’s Shinzawa Sensei for the first time again in 20 years. For some reason, he asked “Araki Sensei, your height, have you gotten taller?” Araki was petrified for about 10 seconds and then said, “No, it’s unacceptable.” (It was a surreal spectacle
)

Araki and music

According to Mrs. Chami, music is super important to Araki’s writing. For example, when there’s a battle scene, Rock, when there’s a scene with horses running, country music, and so on. He does the job of putting on music that fits the scene. Conversely, when the house is silent, it seems to be very much so. By the way, the music that was playing at the entrance of this event was chosen by Araki (the name of the song wasn’t revealed?). Initially, the JoJo Research Society were preparing to play Perfume’s ‘Chocolate Disco’.

Araki’s workspace

A few years back, Mrs. Chami entered Araki’s work area to bring some tea, and when she opened the door, Araki exclaimed in a strange voice, “Dohyaaaaaa!!” During this, his brush extended out from his manuscripts greatly and he was writing as if he was possessed by some spirit. She said she was scared and trembling, so she shut the door and went back to where she was.

JoJo’s Bizarre Hyakunin Isshu

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Famous lines from JoJo were organized into a JoJo-themed card version of Ogura Hyakunin Isshu titled ‘JoJo’s Bizarre Hyakunin Isshu’ (the following year, the sequal went on sale). While he was messing around in the house, he came across a single card that he couldn’t stop laughing at. Furthermore, (about this line) he said, “I don’t remember writing this!?” (Before, at the Jump SQ Interview, he said “I write carelessly, it’s really irresponsible, haha”). As for whether he has heard about the JoJo "Hanafuda", Mrs. Chami said “Probably.” Does Araki have a chance of winning at them!?

The Louvre

When the Louvre Art Museum was picked as the theme of “Rohan at the Louvre”, the family stayed there for 2 days. The arrangements near the Louvre allowed them to enter on a day where it was normally closed, and so they were able to see the Mona Lisa up to a centimeter close, and even got the opportunity to touch the Nike of Samothrace statue a little bit. After “Rohan at the Louvre” goes on sale in France in January of next year, a fully monochrome version will be published a few times in Ultra Jump Magazine. After that, a fully-colored version will be made into a comic, and there are plans to sell it in Japan!!

  • Speaking of the Louvre and the Mona Lisa, there’s a joke going around the Internet right now of the classic Mona Lisa painting and a picture of Hijikata Toshizƍ being compared with a picture of Araki Sensei. Both Araki and Mrs. Chami seem to be aware of it (haha).

Is drawing manga fun?

From what Mrs. Chami has seen, it appears as if Araki draws a diary. For example, he’ll use the things they talk about in the morning in his manga, and even if she tells him something completely unrelated, he’ll ask again, “What? What was that?” It looks like characters that resemble their friends appear in the manga, but when that character eventually gets his head blown off with a bat or something, she can’t tell them (haha). When Mrs. Chami asked Araki “Is drawing manga fun?”, he replied with, “Yup, it’s fun.”

Please teach us how to learn Ripple!

Mrs. Chami says, “I don’t fully understand Ripple” (haha), but Araki seems to say, “You can’t live long unless you lighten your hip joint.” Also, Araki puts on sunscreen often. He doesn’t like the beach, but he enjoys places like mountains, forests, etc. He lives life avoiding the sun as much as possible. (Is he a vampire as we thought!?)

Is Mrs. Chami a model for his work?

According to Araki, Mrs. Chami is something like the president (like Steel Ball Run’s main villain, haha). Will she also kill someone in such terrible ways!? (haha)

What would he have done if he didn’t become a mangaka?

As for this question, Araki has said he would’ve became a make-up artist (with a specialty in mannequins). (An enigma of a man
)

What extracurricular activities did Mrs. Chami do in her school days?

(She seemed to be surprised that someone wanted to know this) Tea Ceremony Club. (As expected of Chami).

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About the “Pressure Festival”!

(Note: “Pressure Festival” is a line that first appeared in SBR Vol. 13 that was shocking and had people wondering where it came from. [haha] Araki: “My wife attacked me for it, ‘Pressure Festival, Pressure Festival’ she said.” [Roar of laughter from the crowd] From: http://kajipon.sakura.ne.jp/art/jojo-tohoku.html)

Regarding this line, Mrs. Chami told us, the original “Pressure Festival” appeared to be a Pro Wrestling move where the wrestler would hurl his body as an attack over and over again. Back then, when Araki was a prankster, he would make her stand at the entrance and take one! When someone said they wanted to see what this looked like, she replied with a single word: “Impossible!”

Are there any plans for things such as writing about her life with Araki after this?

She said since she wasn't a celebrity, “There are no plans.” Is this lecture the first and the last?

An extremely rare video! “Araki Hirohiko’s Cooking Class”

This video was a great surprise! It was a cooking class from Araki Sensei himself! The video was simply Araki cooking by himself. It began with Araki saying, “And now, I will cook” which drew out a great laughter from the crowd. The menu was ‘black sweet-and-sour pork with broccoli’ and ‘shrimp and Japanese scallops with linguini’. I’ll present the most interesting lines from the notes I took. (Of course, I didn’t take notes on the whole recipe), ‱ “As for the heat
 medium? Then, adjust the heat.” ‱ “Cook the pork entirely. It’s dangerous raw.” ‱ “Raise it until it gets to a color that feels tasty
” ‱ “Hot
 Hot
” ‱ “Smells like garlic
 Rub it in oil!” (He said this twice.) ‱ “Eeeeeeeggg!” ‱ “It’s done. Phew. Dojyaaan!” The food looked like it smelled and tasted delicious! Mrs. Chami told us that in regards to cooking, “Weeell
 I do it occasionally.” (Is Mrs. Chami also an expert cook!? [haha])

Present Corner

Mrs. Chami brought JoJo goods as presents from Araki’s house. The Medicos Avdol Super Action Statue was for “the person who called themselves the president of the school” (-> What a woman!). The Kakyoin Super Action Statue was for “the person who came the farthest” (-> All the way from Aomori!). An assortment of figures (later these would be compiled into a collection called ‘JoJo’s Bizarre Stand Collection’) was for the person with the same initial as Araki Sensei, H and A. The Jotaro figure (previously a gift prize) was for the person who “has decided to read JoJo because of this lecture.” The SBR Glass (originally a gift for UJ readers) was for “someone who has a pet named Iggy.” Each of the respective people were given their presents.

Chami’s Pose

Finally, Mrs. Chami decided to introduce surprise guests from the ‘JoJo Posing School’, the well-known Mr. Kajipon, the Demon Teacher! A year after the ‘Tokyo University JoJo Posing Class March 2007’, Tokyo University continued to have the JoJo Posing lessons. Mrs. Chami was the one who decided that ‘JoJo Posing’ would be perfect to bring to the lecture when she saw the advertisement posters for it. The Demon Teacher’s demonic teaching (with a kendo sword in hand) was strict, saying “I’m sorry, but you can’t do it” and correcting students if they messed up even once. It makes your joints scream! (haha). However, when the Demon Teacher and Mrs. Chami pulled of ‘W JoJo Poses’ without fail, it caused quite a stir in the venue (at any rate, the Demon Teacher’s presence was incredible!). When a pose was done, the crowd immediately broke into applause! The Demon Teacher and Mrs. Chami revealed their passing conditions, all of which had to be done in a short amount of time: LV1 (JoJo Volume 4 Front Cover, Jonathan’s Pose), LV2 (JoJo Volume 8 Front Cover, Joseph’s Pose), LV3 (Risotto’s Pose), LV4 ([Pointing Finger Pose] and say Yare Yare Daze). The crowd all rose up. (Incidentally, Risotto wears flowing, striped sweatpants, and that day, Mrs. Chami was also wearing flowing, striped pants. Coincidence!? Or maybe not
)

After about one and half hours, the presentation reached the end. About 5 or 6 friends of Mrs. Chami came out and handed her bouquets of flowers. At 2:55 P.M., being sent off by a thunderous applause, Mrs. Chami Araki left the venue. (Later I was told that ‘Southern Sea Candies’ author Mrs. Shizu also slipped out during this time!) It was Di Molto fun! Mrs. Chami, Program Director Mr. Terai, members of the JoJo Research Society, and everyone else, from the bottom of my heart, ‘You have my thanks.’ (Ringo)

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Bonus

The right side of the classroom was decorated with flowers from Araki to his wife! To their side, flowers from Shinnosuke (SOUL’d OUT) were also placed. After the end of the lecture, I took a picture of the center of the flowers. A bizarre scene.

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Interview
Published January 1, 2011
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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è’æœšă•ă‚“: ä»™ć°ăŻè‡Șćˆ†ăŒç”ŸăŸă‚Œè‚ČăŁăŸèĄ—ăȘぼで、 ăȘă˜ăżæ·±ă„ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€æăă‚„ă™ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ äœœć“äžŠăźæž¶ç©șăźèĄ—ăšăŻă„ăˆă€ è‡Șćˆ†ăźäœ“éš“ă‚’äž‹æ•·ăă«ă—ăŠäœœć“ă«æăă“ăšăŻćŸșæœŹă§ă™ă—ă€ äœ•ă‚ˆă‚ŠăƒȘケăƒȘティがć‡șるぼで。

èžăæ‰‹: çŹŹć››éƒšăźäž»èŠäșș物た䞀äșșăšă—ăŠç™»ć Žă™ă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăź 「ćČžèŸșéœČäŒŽă€ăŻă€èȘ­è€…ă‹ă‚‰ć…ˆç”Ÿăš ćŒäž€èŠ–ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ă‚€ăă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ăŒă€ ă‚„ăŻă‚Šäœœć“ă§ă‚‚ăƒȘケăƒȘăƒ†ă‚Łă‚’é‡èŠ–ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă“ăšăŒçȘșăˆăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: éœČäŒŽăŻćƒ•è‡Șèș«ă§ăŻăȘいですよ(笑)。 ただ、ăƒȘケăƒȘティはæŹČしいですが、 ă‚ă„ă«ăçŹŹć››éƒšă§ăŻæźșäșșéŹŒăŒć‡șăŠăăŸă™ăźă§ă€ ä»™ć°ă‚’ăăźèˆžć°ăšă™ă‚‹ăźăŻă•ă™ăŒă«ă©ă†ă‹ăȘăšæ€ă„ă€ ćž‚æ°‘ăźçš†ă•ă‚“ă«ăȘるăčăă”èż·æƒ‘ăŒă‹ă‹ă‚‰ăȘă„ă‚ˆă†ă« ă€ŒæœçŽ‹ç”șă€ăšă„ă†æž¶ç©șăźèĄ—ă‚’äœœă‚‰ă›ăŠă„ăŸă ă„ăŸă€ ăšă„ă†æŹĄçŹŹă§ă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æœ€èż‘ă§ăŻă€ä»™ć°ćž‚ă‚‚ç‰©éš’ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă—ăŠă€ æ˜ ç”»ćŒ–ă‚‚ă•ă‚ŒăŸä»™ć°ćž‚ćœšäœăźäœœćź¶ăƒ»äŒŠć‚ćčžć€Ș郎さんぼ ă€Œă‚ŽăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‡ăƒłă‚čăƒ©ăƒłăƒăƒŒă€ăźäœœäž­ă§ă€ ä»™ć°ć‡șèș«ăźéŠ–ç›žăŒæš—æźșă•ă‚Œă‚‹æ™‚ä»Łă§ă™ă€‚ づăȘăżă«æš—æźșă‚·ăƒŒăƒłæ’źćœ±æ™‚ă«ăŻă€ スキă‚čăƒˆăƒ©ăšă—ăŠăŸăă•ă‚“ăźćž‚æ°‘ăźçš†ă•ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ 捔抛いただいたぼで、 ä»Šă ăŁăŸă‚‰ăă†ă—ăŸă”ćżƒé…ă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăȘくども ć€§äžˆć€«ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: é€ŁèŒ‰æ™‚ïŒˆæłšïŒšçŹŹć››éƒšăźé€ŁèŒ‰ăŻ1992ćčŽïœž1995ćčŽïŒ‰ăŻ Sćž‚ăšă„ă†ăźăŒä»™ć°ćž‚ă§ă€ 杜王ç”șăŻăăźéƒŠć€–ăźèĄ—ăšă„ă†èš­ćźšă§ă€ ä»™ć°ćž‚ăăźă‚‚ăźăŒèˆžć°ă§ăŻăȘかったんです。

èžăæ‰‹: èż‘ćčŽă§ăŻă€ăăźæœçŽ‹ç”șもäșș揣が汗えど、 Sćž‚ă€ŒæœçŽ‹ćŒșă€ă«æ˜‡æ Œă—ăŸăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ええ、Sćž‚ć†…ă«ć–ă‚ŠèŸŒăŸă‚Œă‚‹ćœąă§ćˆäœ”ă—ăŸă‚ˆă†ă§ă™(笑)。

èžăæ‰‹: 杜王ç”șăźćœ°ćœąçš„ăȘăƒąăƒ‡ăƒ«ăšă—ăŠăŻă€ ćČ©æ‰‹çœŒăźćźźć€ćž‚ă§ăŻăȘă„ă‹ă€ăšă„ă†è©±ăŒăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłăźé–“ă§ されどいるそうです。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćœ°ç†çš„ă«ă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žă—ăŸăźăŻă€ćźźćŸŽçœŒăźæŸćł¶ăźćŒ—ă€ æ±æŸćł¶ćž‚ăźă‚ăŸă‚Šă§ă™ă€‚ ăŸă ă€ăƒ™ăƒƒăƒ‰ă‚żă‚Šăƒłăšă—ăŠăźèĄ—ăźă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŻă€ ćœ“æ™‚é–‹ç™șがé€Čă‚“ă§ă„ăŸæł‰ćž‚ïŒˆæłšïŒšæ˜­ć’Œ63ćčŽă‚ˆă‚Šä»™ć°ćž‚æł‰ćŒș や漼柎野ćŒșé¶Žăƒ¶è°·ăƒ‹ăƒ„ăƒŒă‚żă‚ŠăƒłăȘă©ă‚’ć‚è€ƒă«ă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăȘるほど。 ăă†ă—ăŸćœ“æ™‚ăźăƒ‹ăƒ„ăƒŒă‚żă‚Šăƒłé–‹ç™șăźæ§˜ć­ăŒ äœœć“ă«ćæ˜ ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćœ“æ™‚ăŻæ±ćŒ—ć­Šé™ąé«˜æ ĄæŠŽăƒ¶ćČĄæ ĄèˆŽă«é€šć­Šă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ æŻŽæ—„ăźă‚ˆă†ă«éąšæ™ŻăŒć€‰ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ă‚‚ă†é“è·ŻăŒæ€„ă«ăƒăƒŒăƒłïŒăšă§ăăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă€ ăăźć€‰ćŒ–ăŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒƒă‚­ăƒłă‚°ă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚ そんăȘäœ“éš“ăŒă„ăă‚‰ă‹ăŻćæ˜ ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘい。

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”ŸăŒä»™ć°ă«ăŠäœă„ă ăŁăŸé ƒăźä»™ć°ăŻă€ æ—„æœŹăźç”Œæžˆæˆé•·ă«ćˆă‚ă›ăŠèĄ—ă‚‚ ć€§ăăć§żă‚’ć€‰ăˆăŠă„ăæ™‚ä»ŁăźçœŸăŁćȘäž­ă ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ そぼ侀æ–čă§ă€ăŸă æˆŠćŸŒăźéąćœ±ă‚’æź‹ă—ăŸă‚ˆă†ăȘ ミă‚čテăƒȘケă‚čăȘべころがあったべäŒșă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚ă‚ăźă€ćșƒç€Źć·ă«ăŻé–ąäż‚ăȘă„ă§ă™ă‘ă©ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€ ć­äŸ›ăźé ƒă«ć°æŸćł¶ă‚„äžŽćčłèĄ›æČŒăźă‚ăŸă‚Šă§ よく遊んでいたんです。 ăă“ă«ăŻé˜Čç©șćŁ•è·ĄăżăŸă„ăȘæ‰€ăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ äœăżä»˜ă„ăŠă„ăŸæ–čăŒă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ そぼæ–čăŻă€ćźŸăŻæ”źæ”Șè€…ă§ăŻăȘく、 æ˜”ć€§é‡‘æŒăĄă§ă€ăăźèȡ産が隠されどいるべいう ćŸ‹è””é‡‘ăźć™‚ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 慈生ごè‡Șèș«ă‚‚æŽąă—ă«èĄŒă‹ă‚ŒăŸăźă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćœ“ç„¶èĄŒăăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆïŒ ăŸă‚ă€ć™‚è©±ă ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€ それが橙ăȘăƒȘケăƒȘăƒ†ă‚ŁăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ć­äŸ›ćżƒă« ćźŸéš›ă«äœ•ă‹ă‚ă‚‹ăźă§ăŻăȘă„ă‹ăšæ„Ÿă˜ă•ă›ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€ æœŹćœ“ă«ă€‚ そぼæ–čă«ă‚‚çŸ„çš„ăȘ雰ć›Čæ°—ăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ 英èȘžă§ă—ă‚ƒăčăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă€äž€äœ“äœ•è€…ăȘă‚“ă ïŒŸăżăŸă„ăȘïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäœœäž­ă«ć‡șどきたりするようăȘ


è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ăă†ă€‚äž–æšăŠäșșă ă‘ă©ă€éŽćŽ»ă«äœ•ă‹ă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă ă‚ă†ăȘ、 べいう雰ć›Čæ°—ăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ćŸ‹è””é‡‘ăźè©±ă‚‚ă€ ăŸă‚“ă–ă‚‰ć™‚ă§ă‚‚ăȘă„ăŁăŠæ€ă‚ă›ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹â€Š

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èžăæ‰‹: そんăȘミă‚čテăƒȘケă‚čăȘ雰ć›Čæ°—ăŒæŒ‚ăŁăŠă„ăŸäž€æ–čで、 ă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“ćź…ćœ°é–‹ç™șがé€Čむべいう ăĄă‚‡ă†ă©æ™‚ä»Łăźć€‰ă‚ă‚Šç›źă ăŁăŸăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ ć­äŸ›ăźé ƒă«ćșƒç€Źć·ă§éŠă°ă‚ŒăŸă“ăšăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: çˆ¶ăŒè‹„æž—ăźç”ŸăŸă‚Œă§ă€ćčŒć°‘ăźé ƒăŻè‹„林ćŒșă«äœă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ ćźźćŸŽćˆ‘ć‹™æ‰€ăźć‚ă§ă€ ăăźćˆ‘ć‹™æ‰€ăŒăŸăŸăƒŸă‚čテăƒȘケă‚čăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ずっず、楀た搑こうはどうăȘăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‚ă†ïŒŸ ăšæ€ă„ăȘがらè‚ČăĄăŸă—ăŸă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăă†ă—ăŸç”Ÿă„ç«‹ăĄă‹ă‚‰ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻ ç”ŸăŸă‚Œă‚‹ăčăă—ăŠç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸă‚ˆă†ăȘæ°—ăŒă—ăŸă™ă€‚ づăȘăżă«ćźźćŸŽćˆ‘ć‹™æ‰€ăŻă€ æ”żćź—ć…ŹăŒéš ć±…ćŸŒă«éŽă”ă—ăŸè‹„æž—ćŸŽè·Ąă«ć»șどられどおり、 栀にはćșƒç€Źć·ă‹ă‚‰ć–æ°Žă—ăŸæ°ŽăŒæ”ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćșƒç€Źć·ăŻćœ“æ™‚äœă‚“ă§ă„ăŸăšă“ă‚ă‹ă‚‰ă‚‚èż‘ă‹ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ ă‚ˆăéŠăłă«èĄŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă€‚ æŻŽćčŽïŒ—æœˆïŒ‘æ—„ă«ă‚ąăƒŠé‡Łă‚Šăźè§ŁçŠæ—„ă«ăŻă€ çˆ¶ă«é€Łă‚Œă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠäž€ç·’ă«èƒŽé•·ă‚’ăŻă„ăŠé‡Łă‚Šă«ă„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă—ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”ŸăŒèƒŽé•·ă‚’ăŻă„ăŠć·ă«ć…„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ăŻă€ æƒłćƒă—é›Łă„ă§ă™ăŒă€ćșƒç€Źć·ăŻćčŒă„é ƒă‹ă‚‰ èș«èż‘ăȘ歘朹だったんですね。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćźŸăŻć­äŸ›ăźæ™‚ă«ă€æœ€ćˆă«èŠšăˆăŸèš€è‘‰ăŒ ă€Œă©ă–ăˆă‚‚ă‚“ă€ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ 今はćșƒç€Źć·ă«ćŻŸă—お、 皆さんきれいăȘă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žă—ă‹ăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ćœ“æ™‚ăŻçŠŹăźæ­»äœ“ăšă‹æ”ă‚ŒăŠăă‚‹ă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŠă€ 摚りた性äșșたちから ă€Œă©ă–ăˆă‚‚ă‚“ă«ăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ć·ă«èĄŒăæ™‚ăŻæ°—ăƒă€ă‘ăȘよ」 ăšèš€ă„èžă‹ă›ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸăżăŸă„ă€‚ æ˜”ăŻăă†ă—ăŸć±é™șă«ćŻŸă—ăŠă€ 朰柟ぼおćčŽćŻ„ă‚ŠăŸăĄăźç›źé…ă‚Šă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć­äŸ›ăŒćˆă‚ăŠèŠšăˆă‚‹èš€è‘‰ăšă—ăŠăŻă€ かăȘă‚Šă‚·ăƒ§ăƒƒă‚­ăƒłă‚°ăȘèš€è‘‰ă§ă™ăŒă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ć·ă§ă©ă†ă‚„ăŁăŠéŠă¶ă‹ă‚’æ•™ăˆăŠăă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸăźă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ć·éŠăłăŻè‡Șć·±èȏ任だから、è‡Ș戆è‡Șèș«ă§æ°—ă‚’ä»˜ă‘ăȘいべ ダメăȘんだよ、べいうこべで。

èžăæ‰‹: ćœ“æ™‚ăŻăŸă æ°Žé›Łäș‹æ•…でäșĄăăȘるæ–čが民ăȘくăȘă„æ™‚ä»Łă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äœ•ă‹äș‹æ•…ăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšä»Šă ăšă™ăèĄŒæ”żăŒèȬめられがちですが、 ćœ“æ™‚ăźć·éŠăłăȘどはè‡Șć·±èČŹä»»ă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚ あべ、捗è’Čç”Ÿæ”„ćŒ–ă‚»ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăŒă§ăă‚‹ć‰ă«ăŻ あぼèŸșやæČłćŁăźé––äžŠăźă‚ăŸă‚Šă§æłłă„ă ă‚Šă€ ă‚­ăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ă‚’ă—ăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ ăă‚Œăšç§‹ă«ăŻă‚‚ăŁăšäžŠæ”ă§èŠ‹ç…źäŒšăŒćźšç•Șでしたね。

èžăæ‰‹: 杜王ç”ș線にはć‡șăŠăăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€ ć…ˆç”Ÿă‚‚èŠ‹ç…źäŒšăŻă‚ˆăă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒă‚„ăŻă‚Šçˆ¶ă«é€Łă‚Œă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠäșŒćŁæž“è°·ă‚„ ć„„æ–°ć·ăȘă©ăžèĄŒăŁăŠă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

çˆ¶ăŻă‚ąăƒŠé‡Łă‚Šă ă‘ă§ăȘく、 é›‰æ’ƒăĄă‚„ăăźă“ç‹©ă‚ŠăȘă©ă‚‚ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸăźă§ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ćșƒç€Źć·ăźèż‘ăă«ăŠäœăŸă„ăźæ–čは、 ç‹©çŒŸæ°‘æ—ăźèĄ€ăŒæ”ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいですね。 こぼćșƒç€Źć·ăƒ›ăƒŒăƒ ăƒšăƒŒă‚žă§ä»ŠćčŽć–æă•ă›ăŠă„ăŸă ă„ăŸ 性ćčŽćŻșć±±ăźă”ă‚‚ăšă§ăƒăƒăƒŸăƒ„ă€ăă‚Šă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹æ–čも 憏にăȘă‚‹ăšç‹©ă‚Šă«èĄŒăăă†ă§ă™ă—ă€ ä»„ć‰ć„„æ–°ć·ă§èŠ‹ç…źäŒšăźäŒç”»ă§ăŠäž–è©±ă«ăȘったæ–čも æž“æ”é‡Łă‚Šă‚„ăăźă“ă«é€šæšă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă—ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: きぼこは難しいですよね。 搌じ繼類でも漼柎県で食ăčă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ăźă«ă€ ăŠéšŁăźçŠćł¶çœŒă§ăŻæŻ’ă‚’æŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚‚ăźă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ă‚ăšă€ä»™ć°ăźäșșăŻæ±äșŹă«èĄŒăŁăŠă‚‚、 èŠ‹ç…źäŒšăźè©±éĄŒă§ç››ă‚ŠäžŠăŒă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ ă€ŒèŠ‹ç…źäŒšă—ăŠăŸïŒŸă€ 「æȳ掟でやるんだよね」っど。 ă§ă‚‚ă€æ±äșŹăźäșșăšè©±ă™ăšă€Œăă‚ŒăŁăŠăƒăƒŒăƒ™ă‚­ăƒ„ăƒŒăźă“ăšïŒŸă€ ăšèžă‹ă‚ŒăŸă™ăŒă€ ă€Œă„ă‚„é•ă†é•ă†ă€èŠ‹ç…źäŒšă§ăŻç…źă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă€ æČłćŽŸă§è‚‰ăŻç„Œă‹ăȘă„ă‚ˆă­ïœžă€ăżăŸă„ăȘïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»™ć°ć‡șèș«è€…ćŒćŁ«ă ăšèŠ‹ç…źäŒšăŁăŠèš€ă†ă ă‘ă§ ă™ăćˆ†ă‹ă‚ŠćˆăˆăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă„ă‚„ïœžèŠ‹ç…źäŒšăŻă„ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ いろんăȘäșșăšă‚łăƒŸăƒ„ăƒ‹ă‚±ăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă§ăăŸă‚Šă€ æČłćŽŸă§ćź¶æ—ăźèŒȘべかçąșèȘă§ăăŸă‚Šă—お。

èžăæ‰‹:ă€ŒèŠ‹ç…źäŒšă€ăšèžăăšă‚‚ă†ăă‚Œă ă‘ă§ä»™ć°ăźă“ăšă‚’ æ€ă„ć‡șă—ăŸă‚Šă€æ•…éƒ·ă«ćž°ăŁăŠăăŸăȘ、 ăšćźŸæ„Ÿă§ăăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ăă†ă€‚ä»Šé ƒă‚‚ăŸă ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ç‰›è¶Šæ©‹ăźäžŠæ”ăŒćșƒç€Źć·ă§ăźèŠ‹ç…źäŒšăźè–ćœ°ăšăȘっどいど、 ć­Šç”Ÿă•ă‚“ăŒäž­ćżƒă§ă™ăŒă€ć€©æ°—ăźè‰Żă„æ—„ăŻ æœă‹ă‚‰ć Žæ‰€ăšă‚Šă—ăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăă†ă§ă™ă€‚ そろそろ毒くăȘっどきたぼで、 もう䞋火にăȘっどきどいるようですが、 ă€ă„ć…ˆæ—„ă‚‚ă“ă“ă‹ă‚‰èŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ă‚ăźç±łăƒ¶èą‹ăźæȳ掟で ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚ä»Šăźć­Šç”Ÿă•ă‚“ăŻăƒăƒŒăƒ™ă‚­ăƒ„ăƒŒă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

èžăæ‰‹: ăƒĄă‚€ăƒłăŻă‚„ăŻă‚ŠèŠ‹ç…źă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ですよね。よかった(笑)。

çŹŹïŒ“ć›ž ćșƒç€Źćș·äž€ć›ăźç”±æ„ăŻïŒŸ 2011.2.16

èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€çŹŹć››éƒšă«ăŻă€èȘžă‚Šéƒšăšă—ăŠă€Œćșƒç€Źćș·äž€ă€ć› ăšă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŒé‡èŠäșșç‰©ăšă—ăŠç™»ć Žă—ăŸă™ă€‚ ă“ă†ă—ăŸă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă«ă€Œćșƒç€Źă€ăšćä»˜ă‘ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸ ć…ˆç”Ÿăźæ„ć›łăŻă€ćșƒç€Źć·ă‚’ä»™ć°ăźă‚·ăƒłăƒœăƒ«ăšă—ăŠ è€ƒăˆă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠăźă“ăšăȘăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă€Œćșƒç€Źć·ă€ă‚’ć‡șさăȘă„ă‚ă‘ă«ăŻ いかăȘいじゃăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒ 杜王ç”șăŻä»™ć°ćž‚ă§ăŻăȘいですが。 さべう漗ćčžă•ă‚“ăźć€§ăƒ’ăƒƒăƒˆæ›Čă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă—ă€ ćșƒç€Źćș·äž€ć›ăŻä»™ć°ăźă‚·ăƒłăƒœăƒ«ăƒ»ćșƒç€Źć·ă‹ă‚‰ă€ それしかăȘいですよ。

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ä»™ć°ćž‚ă«äœă‚€ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă«ăšăŁăŠă€ ăšăŠă‚‚ćŹ‰ă—ă„è©±ă§ă™ă€‚ ä»„ć‰ćșƒç€Źć·æČżă„ă«ă€ŒæČłç«„ă€ăźéŠ…ćƒă‚’ćž‚æ°‘ăźćŻ„ä»˜ă§ć»șç«‹ă—ă‚ˆă† ăšă„ă†äŒç”»ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ăŒă€ 「ゾョゾョ」ファンだったらćșƒç€Źćș·äž€ć›ăźéŠ…ćƒă‚’ ć»șăŠăŸă„ăšæ€ă†ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă­ă€‚ ă§ăŻă€ä»™ć°ă‚’é›ąă‚ŒăŸä»Šă€æ‡ă‹ă—ăæ€ă†ć Žæ‰€ă‚„ă€ ä»Šă§ă‚‚ă‚ˆăç«‹ăĄćŻ„ă‚‹ć Žæ‰€ăȘă©ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 民ćčŽæ™‚ä»Łă«éŠă‚“ă ć°æŸćł¶ăźæ–čă«ăŻä»Šă§ă‚‚èĄŒăăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ æ˜”ă‹ă‚‰ă‚ă‚“ăŸă‚Šć€‰ă‚ăŁăŠă„ăȘいですよね。 äžŽć…”èĄ›æČŒć‘šèŸșも慬朒ćŒș柟べしどè‡Șç„¶ăŒæź‹ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă€ いいですね。 ă‚ăšć°ćŽŸæŁźæž—ć…Źćœ’ă‚„æ±ćŒ—è–Źç§‘ć€§ć­ŠćŽăźçž‘æƒłăźæŸăšă‹ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æ‡ă‹ă—ă„ć Žæ‰€ă‚’èšȘă­ăŠè¶łă‚’é‹ă°ă‚Œă‚‹ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æœŹćœ“ă«ă‚ˆăă‚ăźèŸșで遊んでいたぼで。 そうですね、いいこべもæ‚Șいこべも いろんăȘæ€ă„ć‡șăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œć‹•ç‰©ăźè¶łè·Ąă‚’èżœăŁăŠă„ă‚ă„ă‚èšȘă­æ­©ăăźăŒ ć„œăăȘ民ćčŽæ™‚ä»Łă ăŁăŸă€ăšă„ă†ăŠè©±ă‚‚äŒșă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ć…ˆçš‹ăźćŸ‹è””é‡‘æŽąă—ă§ăŻăȘいぼですが、 いろんăȘă‚‚ăźă‚’èżœè·Ąă™ă‚‹ăźăŒć„œăă§ă€ä»Šă§ă‚‚ć‹•ç‰©ăźè¶łè·Ąăšă‹ă€ ă™ă”ăèˆˆć‘łăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 今ćčŽăŻç†Šăźé€ŒăšăȘă‚‹ăƒŠăƒ©ăźćźŸăŒäžäœœă§ă€ äșșé‡ŒăŸă§ă‚ˆăç†ŠăŒé™ă‚ŠăŠăă‚‹ăă†ă§ă™ăŒă€ç†Šăźè¶łè·ĄăȘども 

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ä»™ć°ă§ă‚‚ç†ŠăŒé™ă‚ŠăŠæ„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ æ°Žæșœă‚Šăźăă°ăšă‹ă«çˆȘă§ćŒ•ăŁæŽ»ă„ăŸè·ĄăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšă€ èƒŒç­‹ăŒăžăŁăšă—ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ă€Œă»ă‚“ăšă«ă€ă“ă“ă«ć±…ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă€é€šăŁăŸă‚“ă ă€ăŁăŠă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ä»ŠćčŽ(æłšïŒš2011ćčŽ)ă§ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă‹ă‚‰30摹ćčŽăšäŒșăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ 1987ćčŽăźă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€é€ŁèŒ‰é–‹ć§‹ă‹ă‚‰ăŻ24ćčŽăŒç”ŒăĄă€ ăăźé–“ă«æ—„æœŹă‚’ć–ă‚Šć·»ăç€ŸäŒšæƒ…ć‹ąă‚‚ ć€§ăăć€‰ćŒ–ă—ăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ é€ŁèŒ‰ă§ä»™ć°ă‚’é›ąă‚Œă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă‹ă‚‰ă€ æ˜”ăšæŻ”ăčăŠçŸćœšăźä»™ć°ă‚’ă©ă†ă”èŠ§ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€æ˜”ăźćŸĄć±‹æ•·ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘć»șç‰©ăŒ 無くăȘăŁăĄă‚ƒă„ăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚ ăă‚Œăšă€ă„ă„ć–«èŒ¶ćș—ă‚‚ç„ĄăăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸăŁăŠ ちょっべ毂しいです。 èĄ—è‡Șäœ“ăŻăă‚Œă„ă«ăȘăŁăŠă€äœăżă‚„ă™ăăȘăŁăŸăšăŻæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æˆŠćŸŒăźéąćœ±ă‚’æź‹ă—ăŸăƒŸă‚čテăƒȘケă‚čăȘ雰ć›Čæ°—ăŻă€ ćž‚èĄ—ćœ°æ•Žć‚™ăŒé€ČんでăȘくăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸăŁăŸă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă§ă‚‚ă€ă•ăŁăă‚żă‚Żă‚·ăƒŒăźé‹è»ąæ‰‹ă•ă‚“ăŒè©±ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ 昚旄é›ȘăŒé™ă‚‹ć‰ă«çŸă‚Œă‚‹ăšă„ă†ăƒŠă‚­ăƒ ă‚·ăŒ èˆžăŁăŠă„ăŸăă†ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ それも澂憅でć‡șどいたそうですが、 そうしたè‡Șç„¶ăŒèș«èż‘ă«æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ă“ăšăŻ çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ăȘăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć­äŸ›ăźé ƒăźă€Œă©ă–ăˆă‚‚ă‚“ă€ăŒæ”ă‚ŒăŠæ„ăŠă„ăŸæ™‚ä»Łă‚„ 高ćșŠç”Œæžˆæˆé•·æœŸăźć…Źćźłć•éĄŒăȘă©ă‚’ç”ŒăŠă€ è‡Șç„¶ç’°ćąƒă‚’ć€§ćˆ‡ă«ă—ăȘă‘ă‚Œă°ăšă„ă†æ„è­˜ăźé«˜ăŸă‚Šă‹ă‚‰ă€ è‡Șç„¶ăšăźć…±ç”ŸăŒć›žćŸ©ă—ă€ă€ă‚ă‚‹ăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†è€ƒăˆă‚‹ăšä»™ć°ăŻă“ăźèĄ—ăźèŠæšĄăŒă„ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚łăƒłăƒ‘ă‚Żăƒˆă§ăĄă‚‡ă†ă©è‰Żă„èĄ—ăźă‚”ă‚€ă‚șăȘăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ­©ă„ăŠć›žă‚‹ă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă€ é›»è»Šă‚„ăƒă‚čă‚’äœżă†ă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă€ăĄă‚‡ă†ă©è‰Żă„è·é›ąă§ ă©ă“ăžèĄŒăă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ç§»ć‹•ă—ă‚„ă™ă„ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: è»ŠăŻé‹è»ąăȘさらăȘいぼですか。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăȘăœă‹ïœ„ïœ„ïœ„ă—ăȘかったですね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚„ăŻă‚Šă€æ­©ă„ăŠèżœè·Ąă—ăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ăźăŒăŠć„œăăšă„ă†ă“ăšă§ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“ è’æœšă•ă‚“: èżœè·ĄăŻæ„œă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ïœžïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ ă§ă‚‚æœŹćœ“ă«ä»™ć°ăŻäœăżă‚„ă™ă„éƒœćž‚èŠæšĄă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ 東äșŹă ăšćșƒă™ăŽăŠă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: コミックă‚čăźæŠ˜ă‚Šèż”ă—ăźă‚łăƒĄăƒłăƒˆă§æ‹èŠ‹ă—ăŸăźă§ă™ăŒă€ ć…ˆç”ŸăŒä»™ć°ă§é€ŁèŒ‰ă‚’ć§‹ă‚ăŸé ƒăŻă€ ă‚łăƒ”ăƒŒăŒäž€æžš40憆するăȘă©ă€ä»™ć°ă«äœăżăȘがら é€ŁèŒ‰ă™ă‚‹ă«ăŻć€§ć€‰ă ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă§ 東äșŹă«ćŒ•è¶Šă—ă•ă‚ŒăŸăă†ă§ă™ăŒă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćœ“æ™‚ăŻăŸă æ±ćŒ—æ–°ćččç·šăŒé–‹é€šă—ăŠă„ăȘくど、 東äșŹăŸă§é›»è»Šă§4æ™‚é–“ăŻă‹ă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ ćź…é…ă‚·ă‚čăƒ†ăƒ ă‚‚ă‚„ăŁăšă‚Żăƒ­ăƒă‚łăƒ€ăƒžăƒˆăźćź…æ€„äŸżăŒ ă§ăăŸăă‚‰ă„ăźæ™‚æœŸă§ é€±ćˆŠèȘŒă§é€ŁèŒ‰ă™ă‚‹ăźăŻć€§ć€‰ă ăŁăŸă‚“で、 ă‚‚ă†èĄŒă‹ă–ă‚‹ă‚’ăˆăȘă„çŠ¶æłă§ă—ăŸă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»Šă§ăŻă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆăȘă©é€šäżĄæŠ€èĄ“ă‚‚æ™źćŠă—ă€ ăŸăŸă“ă†ă—ăŸè‡Șç„¶ç’°ćąƒă‚‚èș«èż‘ă«ă‚ă‚Šäœăżă‚„ă™ăăȘっど、 é€†ă«ă€ä»Šă ăŁăŸă‚‰ä»™ć°ă«äœăżăȘăŒă‚‰é€ŁèŒ‰ă—ăŠă‚‚ă„ă„ăȘ、 ăšæ€ă†ă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚ä»™ć°ă«äœăżăȘăŒă‚‰é€ŁèŒ‰ă§ăăŸă‚‰ă„ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆă»ă©ăźäŒŠć‚ćčžć€ȘéƒŽă•ă‚“ă‚’ć§‹ă‚ă€ä»™ć°ă«ăŠäœăŸă„ăź äșșæ°—äœœćź¶ăźæ–čă‚‚ć€šă„ă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 氏èȘŹćź¶ăźæ–čăŻă»ăŒć•éĄŒăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚‚ăƒ‡ă‚žă‚żăƒ«ă§æă„ăŠă„ă‚Œă°ă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆăŒă‚ă‚Œă° é€ă‚ŒăŸă™ă‘ă©ă€ćƒ•ăŻăă†ă§ăŻăȘいぼで
。 èȘ°ă‹ăŒç”ŸćŽŸçšżă‚’çąșćźŸă«ç·šé›†éƒšă«ć±Šă‘ăȘいべいけăȘいんです。

èžăæ‰‹: 「ćČžèŸșéœČäŒŽă€ăŻæœçŽ‹ç”șă§é€ŁèŒ‰ă§ăăŠă‚‚ă€ć…ˆç”ŸăŒé€ŁèŒ‰äž­ă« ä»™ć°ă«äœă‚€ă“ăšăŻă‚„ăŻă‚ŠćŽłă—ă„ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹â€Š

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 仕äș‹é–ąäż‚ă‚„ć‹äșșé–ąäż‚ăšă„ăŁăŸç”ŸæŽ»ćŸșç›€ăŒä»ŠăŻæ±äșŹă«ă‚るたで、 難しいでしょうね
。 ă‚ąă‚·ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒˆă•ă‚“ăŸăĄă‚‚ă€æ±äșŹă«äœă‚“ă§ăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

çŹŹïŒ”ć›ž èĄ—ăšè‡Șç„¶ăšăŒć…±ć­˜ă™ă‚‹ä»™ć°ăźé­…ćŠ› 2011.2.17

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”ŸăŻć„ćœ°ă‚’æ—…ă•ă‚ŒăŠă€ă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăȘèĄ—ă‚’ ă”èŠ§ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ä»Šăźä»™ć°ăźèĄ—ăźé­…ćŠ›ăŻă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă“ă†ă„ă†ă€èĄ—ăšè‡Șç„¶ăŒć…±ć­˜ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ăŻă„ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ ć»ș物ずæščæœšăšă‹ă€‚ ćźŸăŻăă†ă„ă†éƒœćž‚ăŁăŠă‚ă‚“ăŸă‚ŠăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ é–ąæ±ă ăšçź±æ čăȘă©ă«ăŻăăźă‚ˆă†ăȘ雰ć›Čæ°—ăŒ あるかもしれăȘă„ă§ă™ăŒă€ćˆ„è˜ćœ°çš„ăȘèŠçŽ ă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŠ ăŸăŸé•ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ æ—„ćžžç”ŸæŽ»ăźäž­ă«æș¶ă‘èŸŒă‚“ă è‡Șç„¶ăšă„ă†æ„ć‘łă§ăŻă€ é’è‘‰é€šă‚„ćźšçŠ…ćŻșé€šăźă‚±ăƒ€ă‚­äžŠæœšăźéąšæ™ŻăȘどは、 ăŸă•ă«ä»™ć°ă‚’è±ĄćŸŽă™ă‚‹é­…ćŠ›çš„ăȘăšă“ă‚ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»™ć°é§…ă«é™ă‚Šç«‹ăŁăŠé’è‘‰é€šă‚Šăźă‚±ăƒ€ă‚­äžŠæœšă‚’èŠ‹ă‚‹ăšă€ ä»™ć°ă«ćž°ăŁăŠăăŸăȘăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ăŒă—ăŸă‚Šă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ăă†ă€‚ăă‚Œăšă€ä»™ć°ă«ăŻă€ ă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚Șやè‡Șè»ąè»Šă€ć€æœŹăšă‹ă€è¶Łć‘łăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Š ă‚‚ăŁăšăƒžăƒ‹ă‚ąăƒƒă‚Żă«ă“ă ă‚ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹äșșăŒćźŸăŻç”æ§‹ă„ăŠă€ すごいおćș—ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚Șだべ「ぼだや」さんべか、 è‡Șè»ąè»Šă ăšă€Œă‚·ă‚Żăƒ­ăƒ€ăƒžă‚°ăƒă€ă•ă‚“ăšă‹ă€‚ æ™źé€šăźèĄ—äž­ă«ă€ă™ă”ăă“ă ă‚ăŁăŸć•†ć“ă‚’æ‰±ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ おćș—ăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ äž€ă€ăźèĄ—ă«ă€ăă†ă—ăŸă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăȘこだわりぼおćș—ăŒ ă‚ă‚‹èĄ—ăšă„ă†ăźăŻă€æ±äșŹă§ă‚‚ă‚ăŸă‚ŠèŠ‹ă‹ă‘ăȘいかもしれăȘい。

èžăæ‰‹: è‡Șè»ąè»Šăźè©±ăŒă§ăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ ćșƒç€Źć·ăŻć…ˆç”ŸăŒéŠă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‰ă—ăŸè‹„林ćŒșからは、 ć·æȿいをè‡Șè»ąè»Šă§æČłćŁăźé––äžŠăŸă§èĄŒă‘ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ä»„ć‰ăăźć–æă§ă€Œă‚·ă‚Żăƒ­ăƒ€ăƒžă‚°ăƒă€ăźć±±ćŁă•ă‚“ă« ăŠäž–è©±ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćƒ•ăŒä»™ć°ă«ă„ăŸæ™‚ă‹ă‚‰ăšăŁăšă‚ă‚‹ăŁăŠă„ă†ăźăŻă€ すごいですね。 あべèȞ汱運æČłæȿいにもゔむクăƒȘăƒłă‚°ăƒ­ăƒŒăƒ‰ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

èžăæ‰‹: ええ。2010ćčŽă«ăŻă€æ”·ćČžć…Źćœ’ă«ă‚»ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒă‚Šă‚čもできど、 そこでè‡Șè»ąè»ŠăźèȾしć‡șă—ă‚‚èĄŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ 摹èŸșă‚‚æ•Žć‚™ă•ă‚Œă€ć€šăăźäșșたちが æ„œă—ă‚ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ç”ŸæŽ»ćœć†…ă«ă“ă†ă—ăŸæ”·æ°Žæ”Žć Žă‚„ă‚čă‚­ăƒŒć ŽăŒă‚ă‚‹èĄ—ăŁăŠă€ ă™ă”ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€æœŹćœ“ă«ă€‚ 東äșŹă ăšă€ă‚čă‚­ăƒŒă«èĄŒăă«ă—ăŠă‚‚äž€æłŠăŒć‰æă ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŠă€ もうそれだけで靱怒で
 æ˜ ç”»ă«èĄŒăă«ă‚‚ă€ć Žæ‰€ă«ă‚ˆăŁăŠăŻ ïŒ‘ïœžïŒ’æ™‚é–“ă‹ă‹ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»™ć°ćž‚ć†…äž­ćżƒéƒšă‹ă‚‰æł‰ăŒćȳたă‚čă‚­ăƒŒć Žă€ æ·±æČŒăźæ”·æ°Žæ”Žć Žă€ćșƒç€Źć·äžŠæ”ăźèŠ‹ç…źäŒšă‚„æž©æł‰ă€ ă ă„ăŸă„ă©ă“ăžă‚‚30ćˆ†ćœć†…ă§èĄŒă‘ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうăȘんですよ。 ă‚ăšă€æœ€èż‘ăŻèĄ—ă‚’æ­©ă„ăŠă„ă‚‹äșșも ăšă„ă¶ă‚“ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒŠăƒ–ăƒ«ă«ăȘったようăȘæ°—ăŒâ€Šă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”ŸăŒä»™ć°ă«ă„ă‚‰ă—ăŸé ƒăŻă€ ă‚ăŸă‚Šăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒŠăƒ–ăƒ«ăȘă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŒâ€ŠïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: いやăȘă‚“ă‹ă€æ˜”ăŻć„łăźć­ăŒă‚ă‚“ăŸă‹ă‚ă„ăăȘいべか
 èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ä»Šă§ăŻć…šç„¶ăă‚“ăȘこべăȘいですが。

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”Ÿăźć­Šç”Ÿæ™‚ä»Łă«ăŻă€ç§æœăźć­Šæ ĄăŒæ”èĄŒăŁăŸæ™‚ă ăŁăŸăš æ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ćœ“æ™‚ăŻă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă‚’ç€ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćƒ•ăŻă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłæŽŸă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚é«˜æ Ąă§ăŻç§æœïŒŻïŒ«ă§ă—ăŸăŒă€ æœă‚’éžă¶ăźăŒăăźă†ăĄéąć€’ă«ăȘっお みんăȘă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă«ăȘăŁăŠăă‚‹ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźç™»ć Žäșș物は、みăȘă•ă‚“ă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłăŒ ăƒŠăƒ‹ăƒ•ă‚©ăƒŒăƒ ăżăŸă„ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŠă€ć…ˆç”Ÿăźă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă«ćŻŸă™ă‚‹ æ€ă„ć…„ă‚ŒăŒç›žćœ“ă‚ă‚‹ăźă§ăŻăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă€ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šæ Œć„œă„ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ćźŸăŻă€ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăšă—ăŠäž€ç•Șæ Œć„œă„ă„ăźăŻ ă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă§ă€ă€Œă‚Żăƒ­ăƒŒă‚ș」べかがヒットしたぼは ç”¶ćŻŸă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ăă‚Œă§ă‚Źă‚Żăƒ©ăƒłă«ăƒ“ăƒ‹ăƒŒăƒ«ć‚˜ă‚’ă•ă™ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†ăźăŒăŸăŸ æ Œć„œă„ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ ă‚‚ă†ă€ç”·ăźçŸŽć­Šăšă—ăŠăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźé»„é‡‘æ–čçš‹ćŒăšă„ă†ă‹ă€‚ ć€šćˆ†ă€é«˜ć€‰ć„ă•ă‚“ăźćœ±éŸżă‹ă‚‰ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‘ă©ă€‚

çŹŹïŒ•ć›ž ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăšçŸćźŸäž–ç•Œăšăźé–ąă‚ă‚Š 2011.2.18

èžăæ‰‹: èż‘ćčŽă§ăŻă€ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§èŠžäșș」べいわれるタレントさんや ç†±ćżƒăȘăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă«ă‚ˆă‚‹ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ăȘă©ăźăƒ ăƒŒăƒŽăƒĄăƒłăƒˆăŒ è©±éĄŒă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăšă„ă†ăƒ•ă‚Łă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‹ă‚‰ ä»ŠăŸă§ăšé•ăŁăŸćœąă§çŸćźŸăžăźćœ±éŸżăŒćŠă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ăă†ă—ăŸăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłăŒć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ă‚’è§Łé‡ˆă—ăŠç››ă‚ŠäžŠăŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ çŠ¶æłă«ă€ă„ăŠăŻă©ă†ă”èŠ§ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ă«ă€ă„ăŠăŻă€è‡Ș戆でもびっくりしどいど、 äž–ăźäž­ăźă»ă†ăŒć€‰ă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă ăȘăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ă‚‚ăšă‚‚ăšă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźç™»ć Žäșșç‰©ăźăƒăƒŒă‚șは、 ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă‚żă‚žăƒŒæ€§ă‚’ć‡șă™ăŸă‚ă«ă‚ăˆăŠ çŸćźŸă«ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăˆăȘă„ăƒăƒŒă‚șă‚’ć–ă‚Šć…„ă‚ŒăŠæŒ”ć‡șしどいるんです。 漟際ぼäșș間ぼ閱節ぼ揯拕範ć›ČăŻă“ă“ăŸă§ăšă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ă‚’ă€ ă•ă‚‰ă«é™ç•Œă‚’è¶…ăˆăŸăšă“ă‚ăŸă§æ»ăŁăŠèĄšçŸă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ăă‚Œă‚’ćźŸéš›ă«ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰â€Š ć†™çœŸă§ăżă‚‹ăšă€ăĄă‚ƒă‚“ăšć†çŸă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒ äșșé–“ăźäœ“ăŒé€Č挖したぼかăȘ

èžăæ‰‹: 慹くぼäșˆæƒłć€–ă ăŁăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äșˆæƒłć€–ăšă„ă†ă‹çœŸäŒŒă—ăŠæŹČしくăȘいべいうよりも、 ăă‚‚ăă‚‚çœŸäŒŒă—ă‚ˆă†ăŒăȘă„èĄšçŸă«ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă«ă€ ăă“ă«çŸćźŸă«èžăżèŸŒă‚“ă§ăă‚‹ăšă„ă†â€Š ăȘんか、そぼç™șæƒłă‹ă‚‰ă—ăŠé©šăă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: é©šă‹ă‚ŒăŸăšă‚‚æ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăšăŁăŠăŻăă‚Œă‚‚ 欉しいこべだったぼでしょうか。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 欉しい
べいうか(笑)。 ă‚‚ă†ă€ć„œăăȘă‚ˆă†ă«æ„œă—ă‚“ă§ă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆă‚Œă°â€Š ăšæ€ăŁăŠăŸă™ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æœ€èż‘ă§ăŻć…ˆç”Ÿă‚‚ć·»ăèŸŒăŸă‚ŒăŠă€äž€ç·’ă«ăƒăƒŒă‚žăƒłă‚°ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ こべもあるようですが。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă ăŁăŠă‚„ăŁăŠăă ă•ă„ăŁăŠèš€ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»Šæ—„ăŻă‚ă‚Œă‚ă‚Œă‚‚ăœăČć…ˆç”Ÿăšäž€ç·’ă« ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ă‚’ă—ăŸă„ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚ă‹ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸâ€ŠăŁăŠă€çŸćźŸă«ăŻă§ăăȘă„ă‚“ă ă‹ă‚‰ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ç§ăŒäž­ć­Šç”Ÿæ™‚ä»Łă«ć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ă«è§Šă‚ŒăŸăšăăŻă€ ă‚‚ăŁăšç›ŽæŽ„çš„ă«ă€ç‰čćŸŽçš„ăȘă‚»ăƒȘフăȘどを ć‹é”ćŒćŁ«ă§çœŸäŒŒă—ăŸă‚Šăšă—ăŸèš˜æ†¶ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€ èż‘ćčŽăźă“ă†ă—ăŸç››ă‚ŠäžŠăŒă‚ŠăŻă€ ă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆă«ă‚ˆă‚‹ćœ±éŸżă‚‚ć€§ăă„ăźă§ăŻăšă‚‚æ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: çąșă‹ă«ăă†ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいですね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆă‚’é€šă˜ăŠèŠ‹çŸ„ă‚‰ăŹäșșćŒćŁ«ăŒç”ăłă€ă„ăŠ ć…±æœ‰ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ă€ć…±æ„Ÿă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăšă„ă†æ™‚ä»ŁăȘăźă§ăŻăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ăă†ă—ăŸć€‰ćŒ–ă‚’ćźŸéš›ă«æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ă“ăšăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æ˜”ăŻćŁă‚łăƒŸăšă„ăŁăŠă‚‚çŻ„ć›Čは限漚的でしたが、 çŸä»Łă ăšă€ă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆă«ă‚ˆă‚‹äșˆæƒłăźă§ăăȘい ć±•é–‹ăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰é€†ă«æ€–ă„ă§ă™ă­â€Š ăăźă€äœœć“ă«ăŻäșșé–“ăźæœŹćżƒăŒç„Ąæ„è­˜ă«ă§ăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ äŸ‹ăˆă°ć‘æ€ŻăȘæăæ–čă‚’ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ăŸă¶ă‚“èȘ­è€…たæ–čは èŠ‹æŠœăăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ăă‚ŒăŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆă ăš 汗ćč…ă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいですよね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă“ă†ă—ăŸæ™‚ä»Łă ă‹ă‚‰ă“ăă€ă‚ˆă‚ŠèȘ ćźŸă•ă‚’æ±‚ă‚ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ べいうこべăȘぼでしょうか。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚äž€èŠ‹æă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいけど、èȘ ćźŸă«æă„おăȘいべ ăă‚ŒăŒă‚ăšă«ăȘっおçąșćźŸă«ćŠčいどくる


èžăæ‰‹: ä»„ć‰ć…ˆç”ŸăŒæ±ćŒ—ć€§ć­Šă§ă€ŒćŁČă‚Œă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă€ăšă„ă†ăƒ†ăƒŒăƒžă§ èŹ›æŒ”ă•ă‚ŒăŸăă†ă§ă™ăŒă€ăăźăšăă‚‚ă€ 「ćŁČă‚Œă‚‹ă€ăŸă‚ă«ăă‚Œă ă‘ă‚’ç‹™ăŁăŠæăăšă„ă†ăźă§ăŻăȘくど、 どんăȘă«è‰Żă„äœœć“ă§ă‚‚ç”æžœçš„ă«ćŁČれăȘいべ、èȘ­è€…に 汊かăȘいからだめăȘă‚“ă ăšă„ă†è©±ă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうですね。「ćŁČă‚Œă‚‹ă€ă“ăšă ă‘ă‚’ç‹™ăŁăŸäœœć“ăšă€ èȘ­è€…ă«ć±Šă‘ă‚‹ăŸă‚ă«ç”æžœçš„ă«ă€ŒćŁČă‚Œă‚‹ă€äœœć“ăšăźé•ă„ăŻă€ èȘ­è€…たæ–čăŻèŠ‹æŠœăă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă€‚ ăŸăŸă€ăă‚ŒăšăŻćˆ„ă«ă€ăƒăƒƒăƒˆă§ăźç™ș蚀ăȘă©ă§ăă†ă„ă†çČŸç„žăŻ ă‚ˆă‚ŠăŻăŁăă‚ŠăšèŠ‹æŠœă‹ă‚ŒăŠă—ăŸă†ăźă§ăŻăȘいでしょうか。 ă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆăźæ›žăèŸŒăżăźć†…ćźčから、 「こぼäșșずるいăȘă€ăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŸă‚Šă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 慈生è‡Șèș«ăŻă‚ˆăă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒƒăƒˆă§ăƒă‚§ăƒƒă‚Żă•ă‚ŒăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æ€–ă„ă‹ă‚‰ă€ăȘă‚“ă‹ă­ă€ă‚ăŸă‚Šă‚„ă‚‰ăȘいです(笑)。

èžăæ‰‹: ăȘるăčく避けられたい、べか。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äž€ç·šă‚’ç”»ă—ăŠăŠăăŸă„ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚ă€ă€ŒćČžèŸșéœČäŒŽă€ ではăȘă„ă§ă™ăŒă€ć›łă«äč—ăŁăŸă“ăšă‚’èš€ă„ăă†ăȘたで è‡Șé‡ăźăŸă‚ă«ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ćČžèŸșéœČäŒŽăŻă€ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă«é–ąă—ăŠăŻć–„æ‚Șăźćˆ€æ–­ćŸșæș–ă‚’ è¶…ăˆăŸă‚‚ăźă™ă”ă„ćŸ·ç€ćżƒă‹ă‚‰ă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšă‚„ă‚Šă™ăŽăȘ靱が èŠ‹ć—ă‘ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă™ăŒă€ă‚„ăŻă‚Šăă†ă—ăŸéąă«ăŻ ć…ˆç”Ÿăźæƒłă„ć…„ă‚ŒăŒćæ˜ ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«æ„Ÿă˜ăŠă—ăŸă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă„ă†éƒšćˆ†ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€éœČäŒŽăŻæ†§ă‚Œă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ă‚čăƒŒăƒ‘ăƒŒăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăšă—ăŠăźă€‚ ăŸă ć°‘ă—ă ă‘ă€äœœć“ăšă‹èŠžèĄ“ă«ćŻŸă—ăŠ çœŸæ‘Żă§ăȘă„ă“ăšăžăźæ€’ă‚ŠăȘă©ă‚’èĄšçŸă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚ăăŸă§ă‚‚æ„”ç«ŻăȘćœąă§ăźèĄšçŸă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ çŸ­ç·šă€ŒćČžèŸșéœČäŒŽăŻć‹•ă‹ăȘい」では、éœČäŒŽăŒć–æă§ むタăƒȘă‚ąă«èĄŒăă€æ•™äŒšăźæ‡șæ‚”ćź€ă«æœœć…„ă—ăŠăżăŠ äœ“éš“ăźé‡èŠæ€§ă‚’èȘžă‚‹ă‚·ăƒŒăƒłă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłăšă—ăŠăŻă€ăă†ă—ăŸăšă“ă‚ă«ćźŸéš›ăźć…ˆç”Ÿăźć§żă‚’ 重ねたくăȘă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そぼèŸșはçąșă‹ă«ćźŸæ„Ÿă‚’ćæ˜ ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ ä»Šă ăšăƒăƒƒăƒˆă§èȘżăčă‚Œă°ă»ăšă‚“ă© ă‚ă‚‰ă‚†ă‚‹ă‚‚ăźăźæƒ…ć ±ăŻćˆ†ă‹ă‚‹æ™‚ä»Łă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ 惕è‡Șèș«ăŻă‚„ăŻă‚ŠćźŸéš›ă«äœ“éš“ă—ăŸäžŠă§æăăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ äŸ‹ăˆă°ă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąæ–™ç†ăźç””ă‚’æăæ™‚ă€ ćˆ„ă«éŁŸăčăȘăăŠă‚‚ć†™çœŸă‚’èŠ‹ăŸă‚Šă—ăŠæă‘ăŸă™ăŒă€ ă§ă‚‚ă€ćƒ•ă ăŁăŸă‚‰ăăźæ–™ç†ăźćŒ‚ă„ă‚’ć—…ă„ă ă‚Šă€ ćźŸéš›ă«ć‘łă‚ă„ă‚’çąșă‹ă‚ăŸäžŠă§æăăŸă„ă§ă™ă€‚ そぼèŸșは、éœČäŒŽă«ă‚‚ćæ˜ ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ăȘ。

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èžăæ‰‹: äșŹéƒœć›œéš›ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăƒŸăƒ„ăƒŒă‚žă‚ąăƒ ă§ăŻă€ă€Œăƒžăƒłă‚Źăƒ»ăƒŸăƒŒăƒ„ăƒ» ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«â€•çŸŽèĄ“é€šă«èż·ă„èŸŒă‚“ă ïŒ•äșșăźäœœćź¶ăŸăĄâ€•ă€ べいうç‰čćˆ„ć±•ă§ă€ă€ŒćČžèŸșéœČ䌎 ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ă«èĄŒăă€ăšă„ă† 汕ç€șăŒć…Źé–‹ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ ïŒˆæłšïŒš2010ćčŽ11月5旄12月3æ—„ăŸă§é–‹ć‚ŹïŒ‰ ăŸăŸă€2009ćčŽă«ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šăźäŒç”»ć±•ă§ă€ æ—„æœŹăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăšă—ăŠăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ćČ侊戝べăȘる äœœć“ć±•ç€șがされたべäŒșăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ づăȘăżă«ä»Šć›žćŒèĄŒă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚čタッフでそれを é‘‘èłžă™ă‚‹ăŸă‚ă«ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šă«èĄŒăŁăŸè€…ă‚‚ăŠă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æœŹćœ“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăăźæ™‚ăŻăƒ•ăƒ©ăƒłă‚čă§ă‚‚ć€§ć€‰ć„œè©•ă§ă‚ăŁăŸăš äŒșăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ä»Šă‚„ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŒæ—„æœŹăźèȘ‡ă‚‹ çŸä»Łă‚ąăƒŒăƒˆăšă—ăŠæ”·ć€–ă§è©•äŸĄă•ă‚Œă‚‹æ™‚ä»Łă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ç§ăŸăĄăŒć­Šç”Ÿæ™‚ä»ŁăŻă€ă©ăĄă‚‰ă‹ăšă„ă†ăš ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă«ćŻŸă™ă‚‹ă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŻè‰ŻăăȘくど、 ć­Šæ Ąăźć…ˆç”Ÿă‚„äžĄèŠȘăȘどからは ă€Œăƒžăƒłă‚Źă°ă‹ă‚ŠèŠ‹ăŠă„ăȘă„ă§ć‹‰ćŒ·ă—ăȘさい」 べいうようăȘæ™‚ä»Łă ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ăăźæ™‚ä»Łă«ć…ˆç”ŸăŒăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă‚’ćż—ăă†ăšæ€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸ ć‹•æ©ŸăŻäœ•ă ăŁăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 70ćčŽä»Łăšă„ă†ă€Œæ™‚ä»Łăźéąšă€ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚ă‚‚ă†ă€æœŹćœ“ă« いろんăȘマンガがć‡șăŠăăŸæ™‚ä»Łă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ SFă‚‚ă‚ă‚Œă°æ™‚ä»ŁćŠ‡ă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă—ă€ 「ă‚Čă‚Čă‚ČăźéŹŒć€Ș郎」みたいăȘ橖æ€Șマンガや æ„łć›łă‹ăšăŠć…ˆç”Ÿăźă‚ˆă†ăȘæ€Șć„‡ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăšă‹ă€ ăšă«ă‹ăă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăȘäœœć“ăŒäž€æ°—ă«ć‡șăŠăăŸæ™‚æœŸă§ă€ ăăźă‚šăƒăƒ«ă‚źăƒŒăŒăšă«ă‹ăă™ă”ă‹ăŁăŸă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: äž€ă€ăźăƒĄăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăšă—ăŠăźă‚šăƒăƒ«ă‚źăƒŒăŒ マックă‚čだったぼでしょうか。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚ă€æ–°ă—ă„æ™‚ä»Łăźć§‹ăŸă‚Šăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ かもしれăȘă„ă€‚èŠžèĄ“ă§ă„ă†ăšăƒ«ăƒă‚”ăƒłă‚čべいうか、 äž€ă€ăźé»„é‡‘æ™‚ä»Łăźć§‹ăŸă‚Šăšă„ă†ă‹ă€ ä»Šă‹ă‚‰æ€ăˆă°ăă‚“ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ăŒă—ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăă“ă«ćœ“ăŠă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă—ăŸăŁăŠă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă€ćœ“ăŠă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă€ă‚‚ă†â€Šă»ă‚“ăšă€ ăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă«ăȘりたくどしょうがăȘかったですよ。

èžăæ‰‹: ăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă«ăȘられただけでăȘăă€ä»Šă§ăŻă‚ąăƒŒăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čト ăšă—ăŠăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šă«ć±•ç€șă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăŸă§ă«ăȘă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă„ă‚„ă€ăŸă ăŸă ă§ă™ă‘ă©ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰â€Šă§ă‚‚ă­ă€ ćœ“æ™‚ăŻă€Œă‚­ăƒłè‚‰ăƒžăƒłă€ă‚’æă„ăŸă‚†ă§ăŸăŸă”ć…ˆç”ŸăŒă€ 惕べ搌いćčŽăȘăźă«é«˜æ Ąç”Ÿă§ă‚‚ă†ăƒ—ăƒ­ă«ăȘっどいるべいう æ™‚ä»Łă§ă—ăŸă€‚ćƒ•ăȘă‚“ă‹æ™źé€šă«ć­Šæ Ąé€šăŁăŠă„ăŸæ™‚ă§ă€ 「えっ、搌いćčŽă§ă‚‚ă†ăƒ—ăƒ­ăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăȘă‚“ă ïŒă€ăŁăŠă€‚ ăăźæ™‚ăŻç„Šă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€ ă€Œă‚‚ă†ć­Šæ Ąă«èĄŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ć Žćˆă˜ă‚ƒă‚ăȘă„ïŒă€ăšïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ăă‚Œă‹ă‚‰ćƒ•ă‚‚ăƒžăƒłă‚Źæă„ăŠă€æ—©ăæŠ•çšżăšă‹ă—ăȘいべ ăƒ—ăƒ­ă«ăȘれăȘă„ă€ăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

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èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆă»ă©ç”łă—äžŠă’ăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă†ă«ă€ä»Šă§ăŻăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŒæ”·ć€–ă§ă‚‚ è©•äŸĄă•ă‚Œă‚‹æ™‚ä»Łă§ă™ăŒă€ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă•ă‚ŒăŠă‹ă‚‰ ă“ă‚ŒăŸă§ăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚’ć–ă‚Šć·»ăç’°ćąƒăźć€‰ćŒ–ăŻ ă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă«ăŻă€äŸ‹ăˆă°ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒéąç™œă„ăšă‹ă€ ç”»ăŒă†ăŸă„ăšă‹ă€ăƒ‡ă‚¶ă‚€ăƒłăŒçŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ăšă„ăŁăŸă€ いろいろăȘèŠçŽ ă‹ă‚‰æˆă‚Šç«‹ă€ç·ćˆèŠžèĄ“çš„ăȘ魅抛も ă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ă§ă‚‚ă€ăăźă†ăĄăźă©ă‚Œă‹äž€ă€ă ă‘ă§ă‚‚æˆç«‹ă™ă‚‹ăš æ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚è©±ăŒéąç™œăăȘăăŠă‚‚ă€ç”»ăŒă†ăŸă„ăš ăă‚Œă§ăƒ—ăƒ­ăšă—ăŠæˆă‚Šç«‹ăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ æ™źé€šă ăŁăŸă‚‰ă“ăźă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒă ăšćčŒçššă ăȘ、 べいうもぼでもćŁČれちゃうんです。 ćŁČă‚Œă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€èŠžèĄ“ăšă—ăŠæˆă‚Šç«‹ă€ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ é€†ă«ă€ç”»ăŒă“ă‚ŒăŻć­äŸ›ăŒæă„ăŸăźïŒŸăšă„ă†äœœć“ă§ă‚‚ă€ ăšă«ă‹ăă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒéąç™œă‹ăŁăŸă‚Šă€‚ いろんăȘ魅抛があるんですよ。 ă§ă‚‚ă€ćƒ•ă«ăŻç†è§Łă§ăăȘă„ă‚‚ăźă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒ(笑)。

èžăæ‰‹: ă“ă‚ŒăŻă™ă”ă„ăšæ„ŸéŠ˜ă‚’ć—ă‘ă‚‹ă‚‚ăźăŻä»Šă§ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ă†ăŸăă•ă‚“ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ è‹„ă„äșșたちはすごいですよ。 ă§ă‚‚é€†ă«ă€ç”»ă‚‚ă†ăŸăăȘいし、ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒă‚‚éąç™œă•ăŒ わからăȘいけどćŁČă‚Œă‚‹ă€ăšă„ă†äœœć“ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æ±ćŒ—ć€§ć­Šă§ăźèŹ›æŒ”æ™‚ă«ă‚‚ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŻ è”·æ‰żè»ąç”ăŒéžćžžă«ć€§äș‹ăšă„ă†è©±ă‚‚ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă“ă‹ă‚‰ćźŒć…šă«ć€–ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă§ă‚‚ă€ かăȘりファンがいたりべか
 ăă‚ŒăŻăă‚Œă§ă€ă™ă”ă„ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăă†ă—ăŸæ‡ăźćșƒă•ăšă„ă†ăźă‚‚ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăźæŒă€ é­…ćŠ›ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚äž€æ–čă§ă€æ”·ć€–ă§ăŻ ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŻă©ăźă‚ˆă†ă«ć—ă‘æ­ąă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăƒ•ăƒ©ăƒłă‚čăźăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăŻă€Œăƒăƒłăƒ‰ăƒ»ăƒ‡ă‚·ăƒă€ăšă„ă†ăźă§ă™ăŒă€ ăăźæăæ–čăŻă“ăĄă‚‰ăšăŻæ˜Žă‚‰ă‹ă«é•ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€æ—„æœŹă§ăŻăŸăšèĄšçŽ™ă«äž»äșșć…Źă‚’æăă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ăƒĄă‚€ăƒłăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚’ăƒăƒŒăƒłïŒăšă€‚ ăă‚Œă‚’ă€ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ăźă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ăŻèĄšçŽ™ă«ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚’ æă„ăŠăă‚Œă‚‹ăȘべいうんです。 ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šăŻäșșç‰©ăźèƒŒæ™Żăšă—ăŠæă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă«ă€ èƒŒæ™Żăźăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ă‚’ăƒĄă‚€ăƒłă§æă„ăŠăă‚ŒăŁăŠă€‚ çąșă‹ă«ăƒ•ăƒ©ăƒłă‚čăźăƒăƒłăƒ‰ăƒ»ăƒ‡ă‚·ăƒă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ èĄšçŽ™ăźăƒĄă‚€ăƒłăŒèƒŒæ™ŻăȘんですよ。

èžăæ‰‹: äž»äșș慏はどうăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸă†ăźă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äž»äșșć…ŹăŻèƒŒæ™Żăźă©ă“ă‹ă«ă€ ă‚ˆïœžăèŠ‹ă‚‹ăšć°ă•ăć†™ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚Šăšă‹ă€ ć»șç‰©ăźäžŠă‚’éŁ›ă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹éŁ›èĄŒæ©Ÿă« ちょっべäč—ăŁăŠă„ăŸă‚Šăšă‹ă€ é‹è»ąă—ăŠă„ă‚‹è»Šăźæ“çžŠćž­ă‹ă‚‰ăĄă‚‰ăŁăš èŠ‹ăˆăŠă„ăŸă‚Šăšă‹(笑)。 ăă†ă„ă†ç”»ă‚’æă„ăŠăă‚ŒăŁăŠèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă€‚ é€†ă«ă€æ—„æœŹăźć ŽćˆăŻç”¶ćŻŸă«ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłé›‘èȘŒăź èĄšçŽ™ăźæ§˜ă«äž»äșșć…ŹăŒć‰ă«ă‚ŹăƒŒăƒłïŒăšć‡șどいる。 ăă“ăŻăŸă‚‹ă§é•ă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æ­ŁććŻŸăźäŸĄć€€èŠłăȘぼですね。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăˆăˆă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă€Œæ—„æœŹăŻă“ă†ă„ă†ă‚„ă‚Šæ–čăȘんです」っど èȘŹæ˜Žă—ăŠæă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆ(笑)。 ăȘかăȘか戆かっどもらえăȘかったですが、 ă€Œæ—„æœŹäșșăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă«äŸé Œă—ăŸă‚“ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ æ—„æœŹăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźæ–čæł•è«–ă§ă‚„ă‚‰ă›ăŠäž‹ă•ă„ă€ăš èȘŹćŸ—ă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”ŸăŒăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒă•ă‚ŒăŸćœ“æ™‚ăźé€±ćˆŠć°‘ćčŽă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—では、 10mé›ąă‚ŒăŠă‚‚èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚èȘ°ăŒäœœè€…ăȘăźă‹ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‹ç”»ă‚’æăă€ べいうぼがćŸșæœŹă ăŁăŸăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ええ、そうです。

èžăæ‰‹: でもそれべは逆で、搑うぼäșșは侀盼でèȘ°ăŒæă„ăŸăźă‹ 戆からăȘくども、いいべ。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăŸăšć…šäœ“çš„ăȘăƒ ăƒŒăƒ‰ă‚’æă„ăŠăă‚Œă€ăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ あăȘたăȘă‚‰ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šă‚’ă©ă†æăăŸă™ă‹ă€ăżăŸă„ăȘ。 ă‚ăăŸă§ă‚‚ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ăŒăƒĄă‚€ăƒłăšă„ă†è€ƒăˆæ–čですね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäœœè€…ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚ă€ă‚ąăƒŒăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čトべいう äœçœźă„ă‘ă ăŁăŸăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚

çŹŹïŒ—ć›ž ä»ŠćŸŒăźä»™ć°ćž‚ăšă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§äœœć“ăšăźé–ąă‚ă‚ŠăŻïŒŸ 2011.2.20

èžăæ‰‹: çąșă‹ă«æŹ§ç±łă§ăŻă€ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚„ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄăŻć­äŸ›ăźă‚‚ăźă§ă€ 性äșșăŒèŠ‹ă‚‹ă‚‚ăźă§ăŻăȘいべいうćŒș戆けが はっきりăȘされどいるようですね。 æˆ‘ă€…ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłăŻă€è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŒé‚ă«äž–ç•Œă«èȘă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠ ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šă«ć±•ç€șされた、べいうこべで ćŹ‰ă—ăæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăšăŁăŠăŻă€ ăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăźç«‹ć Žăšă‚ąăƒŒăƒ†ă‚Łă‚čăƒˆăźç«‹ć Žă§ è‘›è—€ăŒă‚ăŁăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: è‘›è—€ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€ăă†ă—ăŸé•ă„ă‚’ăŻăŁăă‚Šăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: äșŹéƒœăźć±•èŠ§äŒšă§ăŻă€ăƒšăƒŒăƒ­ăƒƒăƒ‘ăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăš 䞀緒に汕ç€șă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ăăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŸăĄăšăź äș€æ”ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăăźæ™‚æ„æ—„ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă€ăƒ‹ă‚łăƒ©ăƒ»ăƒ‰ăƒ»ă‚°ăƒŹă‚·ăƒŒă•ă‚“ă«ăŻ ăŠäŒšă„ă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æ—„æœŹèȘžèšłăŒć‡șç‰ˆă•ă‚ŒăŸéš›ă«æŽšè–ŠăźćžŻă‚’ æ›žă‹ă‚ŒăŸăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ăšç›žé€šă˜ă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ăŻă‚ă‚‹ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă„ă‚„ă€é•ă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚èȘ­ăżć‘łăšă‹ć…šç„¶é•ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ファンぼæ–čăŒé‹ć–¶ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚”ă‚€ăƒˆă§ çŽčä»‹ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ć…ˆç”Ÿăźăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłăȘらば、 これはこれでăČăšă€ăźćźŒæˆă•ă‚ŒăŸć„‡ćŠ™ăȘäž–ç•Œăźă‚ˆă†ă« みえるそうですが。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ç”»ăŒă‚‚ăźă™ă”ăäžŠæ‰‹ă„ă§ă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăă‚ŒăŻăƒžăƒłă‚Źăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚ç””ç”»ăšă—ăŠă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ええ、ăȘんかねこう、性äșșăŒăŠèŒ¶ăšă‹ お酒をéŁČみăȘăŒă‚‰ă‚†ăŁăă‚Šé‘‘èłžă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žă§ă€ æ—„æœŹăźăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăżăŸă„ă«é›»è»Šăźäž­ăšă‹ă§ăƒăƒŒăƒƒăšèȘ­ă‚€ æ„Ÿă˜ă§ăŻăȘいですね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚ąăƒŒăƒˆăšă—ăŠé‘‘èłžă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žă§ă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăƒŻă‚€ăƒłç‰‡æ‰‹ă«é‘‘èłžă—ăȘăŒă‚‰ă€ă€ŒăƒłăƒŒă€ăżăŸă„ăȘïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ă‚ă‚‹ă„ăŻé€±æœ«ăźćˆćŸŒăŻă“ă‚Œă‚’èŠłăȘがら ゆっくり過ごそうかăȘ、みたいăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æ—„æœŹă§ă‚‚ăă‚“ăȘăƒžăƒłă‚Źæ–‡ćŒ–ăŒă‚ă‚Œă°éąç™œă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ć…ˆç”Ÿăźç”»é›†ăȘă©ăŻă€ăŠăă‚‰ăăă†ă„ă†æ„œă—ăżæ–čも ă§ăă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă—ăŸèŠçŽ ă‚‚ć°‘ă—ăšă€ć–ă‚Šć…„ă‚ŒăŸă„ăšăŻæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ă§ă‚‚ă€é›»è»Šăźäž­ă§èȘ­ă‚€ăŁăŠă„ă†ă‚·ăƒăƒ„ă‚šăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚‚ ăŸăŸć€§ćˆ‡ăȘんだよね。

èžăæ‰‹: ćź¶ă«ćž°ă‚‹ăŸă§ćŸ…ăĄăă‚ŒăȘă„æ„œă—ăżăšă„ă†ăźă‚‚ ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ăă†ă€‚ă€Œæ„é€±ă©ă†ăȘるんだろăȘă‚ïœžă€ăŁăŠă€‚ ćƒ•ăŒć­äŸ›ăźăšăăŻă€ć°‘ćčŽă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ăŻæœŹćœ“ăŻ 火曜旄ç™șćŁČăȘăźă«ă€ä»™ć°é§…ă ă‘ăŻæœˆæ›œăźć€•æ–čに èČ·ăˆăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒă‚‚ă†äž€ćˆ»ă‚‚æ—©ăèȘ­ăżăŸăăŠ é§…ăŸă§èČ·ă„ă«èĄŒăŁăŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ ăă†ă„ă†ăźăŻćż…èŠă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăƒŻă‚ŻăƒŻă‚Żæ„Ÿăšă„ă„ăŸă™ă‹ă€ç¶šăăŒă©ă†ăȘるんだろう、 ăšă„ă†æ„œă—ăżăŒç”ŸæŽ»ăźäž­ă«ă‚ă‚‹ăźăŻć€§äș‹ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ ăăźæ„ć‘łă§ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźćœčć‰ČăŻă€ć€§ăă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă ăšćŹ‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă“ă†ă—ăŠè©±ă‚’äŒșăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€ć…ˆç”Ÿăźă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ăƒłăƒ†ă‚Łăƒ†ă‚ŁăŻ かăȘă‚Šä»™ć°ă§ç”ŸăŸă‚Œè‚ČăŁăŸă“ăšă«è”·ć› ă™ă‚‹éƒšćˆ†ă‚‚ かăȘă‚Šă‚ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«æ„Ÿă˜ăŸă™ăŒă€ăăźă”æŽ»èșă‚„ ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€äœœć“ă‚’çŸ„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ä»™ć°ćž‚æ°‘ăŻć€šăăŠă‚‚ă€ ćźŸéš›ă«ă”ć‡șèș«ăŒä»™ć°ă ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŻă€ă‚ăŸă‚Š çŸ„ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăȘいようăȘæ°—ăŒă—ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうかもしれăȘいですね、惕è‡Șèș«ă‚ăŸă‚Šä»™ć°ă‚’ ă‚ąăƒ”ăƒŒăƒ«ă—ăŠă„ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‚ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăŸăŸăŸăŸă‚ăŸă‚Šăăźæ©ŸäŒšăŒç„Ąă‹ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äž»äșșć…ŹăŒæ—…ă‚’ă™ă‚‹ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒć€šă„ăźă§ă€ 惕è‡Șèș«ăŒă©ă“ă‹ă«ćźšäœă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŒ ăȘいぼかもしれăȘい
 ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă§æ—„æœŹă‚’èˆžć°ăšă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźăŻă€ çŹŹć››éƒšăźæœçŽ‹ç”șă‚·ăƒȘăƒŒă‚șだけだし。

èžăæ‰‹: ă§ă™ăŒçŹŹć››éƒšă§ć€§ăăăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłć±€ăŒćșƒăŒăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 今ćșŠăŻă‚‚っべそぼèŸșă‚’ă‚ąăƒ”ăƒŒăƒ«ă—ăŸă™ă‹ă€ 杜王ç”șă‚’èˆžć°ă«ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźăŻă€ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäœœè€…ăŒ ä»™ć°ćž‚ć‡șèș«ă ă‹ă‚‰ă ă‚ˆïŒăŁăŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ぜăČăŠéĄ˜ă„ă—ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: でもね、æźșäșșéŹŒăšă‹ć‡șăŠăă‚‹è©±ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ ä»™ć°ćž‚æ°‘ăźæ–čăŒæ€’ă‚‹ăźă§ăŻăȘいかべいう濃配が ćŒ·ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚æœŹćœ“ă«ä»™ć°ăźäșșăŸăĄă« ă”èż·æƒ‘ă‚’ăŠă‹ă‘ă—ăŸăăȘいから。

èžăæ‰‹: 今ćčŽ(â€»æłš2010ćčŽ)は澂憅でもäș‹ä»¶ăŒă‚り、 ä»™ć°ăŒć…šć›œçš„ă«æłšç›źă•ă‚ŒăŸæ™‚æœŸă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ èŁćˆ€ć“Ąćˆ¶ćșŠă‚‚ć§‹ăŸă‚Šè‡Șćˆ†ăźäœă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ そうしたäș‹ä»¶ăŒèș«èż‘ă«æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‹æ™‚ä»Łă«æź‹ćż”ăȘがら ăȘă‚Šă€ă€ă‚ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă€Œă“ăĄă‚‰è‘›éŁŸćŒșäș€æœ‰ć…Źćœ’ć‰æŽŸć‡șæ‰€ă€ăźă‚ˆă†ă« èĄ—ă«ăšăŁăŠè‰Żă„ă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘäœœć“ă§ă‚ă‚Œă° è‰Żă„ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ăŒă€ćƒ•ăźäœœć“ăźă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žă ăšă€ ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšâ€ŠïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ă‚ă‚“ăŸă‚Šć€§ă€…çš„ă«ä»™ć°ă‚’ăă†ă—ăŸèˆžć°ăšă™ă‚‹ăźăŻ æ°—ăŒćŒ•ă‘ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ä»„ć‰ć…ˆç”Ÿă«ă‚šă‚łăƒăƒƒă‚°ăźăƒ‡ă‚¶ă‚€ăƒłă‚’ ăŠéĄ˜ă„ă—ăŸă“ăšăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ć…ˆç”Ÿă«æă„ăŠ ă„ăŸă ă„ăŸă‚‚ăźăŻć€§äșșæ°—ă§ あっずいう間にăȘくăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸă„ăŸă—ăŠă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćŹ‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€ă‚šă‚łăƒăƒƒă‚°ă§ć°‘ă—ăŻä»™ć°ćž‚ă« èȱ猼できたぼかăȘ。

èžăæ‰‹: ć€§ć€‰è©±éĄŒăšăȘăŁăŸăźă§ă™ăŒă€ă‚šă‚łăƒăƒƒă‚Żăźćˆ¶äœœæžšæ•° è‡Șäœ“ăŒăă‚Œă»ă©ć€šăăŻăȘăăŠă€ă‚ăŁăšă„ă†é–“ă« ă‚łăƒŹă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚ąă‚€ăƒ†ăƒ ă«ăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸăŁăŸăżăŸă„ă§ă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćž‚æ°‘ăźçš†ă•ă‚“ă«ć–œă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă ă‘ă‚‹ăȘら、 ä»ŠćŸŒă‚‚é ‘ćŒ”ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłăźçš†ă•ă‚“ăŻă€ä»™ć°ă‚’ è–ćœ°ć·Ąç€Œăšă—ăŠèšȘれるæ–čがいらっしゃるようですし、 ăŸăŸä»™ć°ćž‚ă§ăźă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ă‚‚ć€§ć€‰ç››ă‚ŠäžŠăŒăŁăŸăš äŒșăŁăŠăŠă‚ŠăŸă™ăźă§ă€ăœăČă€ä»™ć°ă§ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’ ăƒȘă‚ąăƒ«ă«æ„Ÿă˜ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăŸă‚‰ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ づăȘăżă«ä»™ć°ćž‚ă§ăŻă€Œćœ«ćˆ»ăźă‚ă‚‹ăŸăĄă„ăă‚Šäș‹æ„­ă€ă‚’ èĄŒăŁăŠă„ăŠă€ćž‚ăźă‚·ăƒłăƒœăƒ«ă§ă‚ă‚‹ćźšçŠ…ćŻș通りぼ ă‚±ăƒ€ă‚­äžŠæœšăźäž‹ăȘă©ă«ă‚‚ă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă«ăŻă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăź äž–ç•ŒèŠłă‚’æ„Ÿă˜ă•ă›ă‚‹ćœ«ćˆ»ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă—ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚ă‚ă€ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă­(笑)。

èžăæ‰‹: ç†±ćżƒăȘファンぼæ–čでしたら、「ゾョゾョ」べは 慹く閱係がăȘăăŠă‚‚ă€Œæ»ă‚Šă€ăŒć…„ăŁăŸćœ«ćˆ»ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠ ć–œă°ă‚Œă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ćźŸéš›ă«ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’ ăƒąăƒăƒŒăƒ•ăšă—ăŸäœœć“ă‚’ä»™ć°ćž‚ă§é‘‘èłžă§ăăŸă‚‰ă€ć…šć›œă‹ă‚‰ ファンぼæ–čăŒăŸăă•ă‚“ä»™ć°ćž‚ă‚’èšȘă‚ŒăŠăă‚Œă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ づăȘăżă«ă€ä»™ć°ćž‚ćœčæ‰€ă«ă‚‚ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźç†±ćżƒăȘ ファンがいど、 äœœć“ă«ç™»ć Žă™ă‚‹ă‚šăƒ”ă‚œăƒŒăƒ‰ă‚„ ćæ‰€ăȘă©ă‚’ć·Ąă‚‹ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒˆă‚’èš­ćźšă—ăŠă€ä»™ć°ćž‚ăšă—ăŠă‚‚ ă‚»ăƒŒăƒ«ă‚čăƒă‚€ăƒłăƒˆă‚’ă€ăă‚ă†ăšă„ă†äŒç”»ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: いやそんăȘă€æă‚Œć€šă„(笑)ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ć€ąăźă‚ˆă†ăȘè©±ăšă—ăŠăŻă€ ăȘă‚“ă ă‹ă€æ„œă—ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ćźŸéš›ă«é’è‘‰ćŒș花äșŹé™ąă«ă‚ă‚‹éƒ”äŸżć±€ăȘă©ă‚’ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłăźæ–čが èšȘă‚ŒăŠă€ă€Œéƒ”äŸżć±€ăȘたにやっぱり緑è‰Čă ïŒă€ăšă„ă†è©±ă‚‚ ă‚ăŁăŸăă†ă§ă™ă€‚æ™źé€šăźéƒ”äŸżć±€ă ă‘ă§ăȘく、 èĄ—ăźă„ă‚ă‚“ăȘăšă“ă‚ă«ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒŻăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‰ă‚’ 芋ć‡șă™ç†±ćżƒăȘファンぼæ–čがいるようです。

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èžăæ‰‹: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ç«‹ăĄă€ă‚‚ăă†ă§ă™ăŒă€ăƒ•ă‚Łă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăźäž–ç•Œă« ăšă©ăŸă‚‰ăšă€äœœć“ăźé­…ćŠ›ăŒçŸćźŸäž–ç•Œă«äŸ”éŁŸă—ăŠăăŠ ă„ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ăŸăŸă€2010ćčŽăźNHKæœăźăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ăƒ‰ăƒ©ăƒžć°èȘŹă§ 「ă‚Čă‚Čă‚Čăźć„łæˆżă€ăŒć€§ăƒ’ăƒƒăƒˆă—ăŠă€ ăƒąăƒ‡ăƒ«ăšăȘăŁăŸæ°Žæœšă—ă’ă‚‹ć…ˆç”Ÿăźæ•…éƒ·ă« ăŸăă•ă‚“ăźèŠłć…‰ćźąăŒæŠŒă—ćŻ„ă›ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘったそうです。 ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“æ”Ÿæ˜ ć‰ăŻă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłăźæ–čがèšȘれるくらいだったぼが、 æ”Ÿæ˜ ćŸŒă«ăŻäșșćŁăźæ•°ć€ăźäž€èˆŹăźèŠłć…‰ćźąăŒèšȘă‚Œă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă« ăȘăŁăŸăă†ă§ă€ç”ŒæžˆćŠčæžœăšă—ăŠă‚‚ć€§ăăȘćŠčæžœăŒă‚ăŁăŸăšă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æ°Žæœšć…ˆç”Ÿă”è‡Șèș«ăŒă‚‚ă†çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă›ăŁă‹ăă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ä»ŠćŸŒăŻäœ•ă‹ä»™ć°ćž‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ ă€Œă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäœœè€…ăƒ»è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠăźăƒ«ăƒŒăƒ„ăŻă“ă“ă«ă‚ă‚Šă€ みたいăȘ䌁画ăȘă©ă§ăăŸă‚‰ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă„ă‚„ă€éžćžžă«ć…‰æ „ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ăŒâ€Šæçžźă—ăŠă—ăŸă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă”ć­˜ă˜ă‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ä»™ć°ćž‚ăŻè‡Șç„¶ç’°ćąƒă«æ”ăŸă‚ŒăŠ ă„ă‚‹ă‚‚ăźăźă€æ­Łç›ŽăȘăšă“ă‚ć…šć›œă‹ă‚‰ă©ăŁăšäșșが æŠŒă—ćŻ„ă›ă‚‹èŠłć…‰ćœ°ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚ă€ă©ăĄă‚‰ă‹ăšă„ăˆă° ćźŸéš›ă«æšźă‚‰ă—ăŠăżăŠă€ いいăȘăăšæ€ă†ćœŸćœ°æŸ„ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうですね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ä»™ć°ăźè‰Żă•ă‚’PRする侊でやはり 「äșșă€ăŒă‚«ă‚źă«ăȘă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ä»™ć°ăźè‰Żă•ă‚’çŸ„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă ăă€ ćźŸéš›ă«äœă‚“ă§ăżăŠă„ăŸă ă„ăŠă€ ă‚ă‚ă€æœŹćœ“ă«çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€ ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă ăăŸă‚ă«ăŻă€ăă“ă§æšźă‚‰ă™äșșたちè‡Șèș«ăŒ ă„ă„ăšă“ă‚ă ăšćźŸæ„Ÿă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă“ăšăŻć‰æă§ă™ăŒă€ そぼ侊でäșșずäșșずた぀ăȘăŒă‚Šă«ă‚ˆăŁăŠ 魅抛をç™șäżĄă—ăŠă„ăă“ăšăŒć€§ćˆ‡ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłćŒćŁ«ă«ăŻéžćžžă«ć›șă„ç”†ăŒă‚ă‚‹ăš æ€ă„ăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ä»™ć°ćž‚ăźćœ°ćŸŸæŒŻèˆˆă€é­…ćŠ›ăźç™ș信べいう èŠłç‚čからもぜăČ慈生ぼご捔抛をいただければ、 ăšæ€ăŁăŠăŠă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ ă€Œæ°Žæœšă—ă’ă‚‹ăƒ­ăƒŒăƒ‰ă€ăȘらぬ ă€Œè’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒ­ăƒŒăƒ‰ă€ă§ă™ăšă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æœŹćœ“ă«ć€ąăżăŸă„ăȘè©±ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ä»™ć°ćž‚ăźăŸă‚ă«ć”ćŠ›ă§ăă‚‹ă“ăšăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚‰ ă“ă‚Œă‹ă‚‰ă‚‚äœ•ă‹ă§ăă‚Œă°ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ç”Ÿć‘œç§‘ć­Šç ”ç©¶è€…ăźç€Źè—€ć…‰ćˆ©ă•ă‚“ăŒă€ ケメăƒȘă‚«ăźćŒ»ć­Šç”Ÿç‰©ć­ŠèȘŒă€Œcellă€ăźèĄšçŽ™ç”šă‚€ăƒ©ă‚čトを ć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăƒȘクスă‚čăƒˆă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚ˆă†ă«ă€ ăƒȘă‚ąăƒ«ă‚żă‚€ăƒ ă§ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’èȘ­ă‚“でè‚ČăŁăŸäž–ä»ŁăŒă€ äœœć“ă‹ă‚‰ć—ă‘ăŸćœ±éŸżă‚’ăƒžăƒłă‚Źä»„ć€–ăźăƒ•ă‚ŁăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ‰ă§ă‚‚ ă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“çŸă™æ™‚ä»Łă«ăȘăŁăŠăăŸăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŸă™ă€‚ ăŸăŸă€æ–°ăŸăȘè‹„ă„èȘ­è€…ă‚‚ćą—ăˆăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă§ă™ă—ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: すごく欉しいですね。 これからもćč…ćșƒă„äž–ä»Łă«æžĄăŁăŠèȘ­ă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă ă‘ăŸă‚‰ ă„ă„ă§ă™ă­ïœ„ïœ„ïœ„æ°Žæœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźă‚ˆă†ă«ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚„ăŻă‚Šé•·ăé€ŁèŒ‰ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă“ăă€ ăă†ă—ăŸæ„ć‘łă§ă‚‚ćșƒăă‚ąăƒ”ăƒŒăƒ«ă§ăă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăźă§ ä»ŠćŸŒă‚‚æœ«æ°žă„ă”æŽ»èșă‚’éĄ˜ăŁăŠăŠă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æ°Žæœšć…ˆç”ŸăŻă‚‚ă†ă™ă90æ­łă«ăȘă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă™ăŒă€ それでもăȘăŠçŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»„ć‰ć…ˆç”ŸăŻă€é€±ćˆŠèȘŒé€ŁèŒ‰ă§ăŻéžćžžă«äœ“ćŠ›ă‚’æ¶ˆè€—ă™ă‚‹ăźă§ă€ é€ŁèŒ‰ăŻ50æ­łăă‚‰ă„ăŒé™ç•Œă€ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă†ăȘこべを ăŠăŁă—ă‚ƒăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚çŸćœšăŻæœˆćˆŠèȘŒă§ăźé€ŁèŒ‰ăšăȘり、 é€±ćˆŠèȘŒă‚ˆă‚ŠăŻă„ăă‚‰ă‹ă”èČ æ‹…ăŒæž›ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ä»ŠćŸŒăŻă©ăźăă‚‰ă„ăŸă§ă§ă—ăŸă‚‰ć€§äžˆć€«ăš æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă„ă‚„â€Šă“ă‚Œă°ăŁă‹ă‚ŠăŻă€æœŹćœ“ă«ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰ăȘいですね。 でも、あべ10ćčŽăŻæœ€äœŽă§ă‚‚ă‚„ă‚ŠăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 慈生は1960ćčŽç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăšäŒșăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ă“ă†ă—ăŠăŠè©±ă‚’äŒșっどいăȘがら、 æ­Łç›Žă«ç”łă—äžŠă’ăŸă™ăŒăšăŠă‚‚ăă†ăŻèŠ‹ăˆăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ ć™‚ă§ăŻă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźç™»ć Žäșșç‰©ăŸăĄăšćŒă˜ă ă€ŒæłąçŽ‹äœżă„ă€ă§ă™ăšă‹ă€ ć„„æ§˜ăŒæłąçŽ‹ăźäœżă„æ‰‹ă§ă€ă”è‡Șćź…ă§ă€ŒæłąçŽ‹ă€ă‚’ æ”ŽăłăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă‹â€Š

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă„ă‚„æ­łç›žćżœă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ă€ŒæłąçŽ‹ă€ă˜ă‚ƒăȘăăŠâ€Šä»™ć°ăźäșșは、 çš†ă•ă‚“è‹„ă„ă‹ă‚‰ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”Ÿă«é™ă‚‰ăšä»™ć°ć‡șèș«è€…ăŻè‹„ăèŠ‹ăˆă‚‹äșșăŒć€šă„ăšă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: こうしたè‡Șç„¶ç’°ćąƒă‚„æ°—ć€™ăšă‹ă€ăŠç±łă‚„éŁŸăč物ずか  ăă†ă—ăŸèŠçŽ ăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă§ăŻć…ˆç”Ÿă‚‚ă“ăźăŸăŸć€‰ă‚ă‚‰ăšă€ă‚ăšç§ăŸăĄä»™ć°ćž‚æ°‘ă‚‚ă€ ă„ă€ăŸă§ă‚‚è‹„ă€…ă—ăă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’æ„œă—ă‚€ă“ăšăŒ ă§ăăŸă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: でも、こた仕äș‹ăŻæœŹćœ“ă«ć±ăȘいんですよ。 æČčæ–­ă§ăăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ æ‰‹ćĄšć…ˆç”ŸăŻ60æ­łă§äșĄăăȘă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă—ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć‰”äœœă«ă‚šăƒăƒ«ă‚źăƒŒă‚’æłšăŽèŸŒă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă†ă‹ă‚‰ ăȘぼでしょうか。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă©ă†ă—ăŠă‚‚ç„Ąç†ă—ăŠă—ăŸă†ăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいですね。 è‹„ă„æ™‚ăšăŻé•ăŁăŠă‚‚ă†ćŸčć€œă§ăăȘいたに、 æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă‚„ă‚Œă‚‹ăšæ€ăŁăŠă—ăŸă†ăšă‹ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă‚ąăƒ‰ăƒŹăƒŠăƒȘンがć‡șお ç–Čă‚Œă‚’æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘくăȘăŁăŠă—ăŸăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: é›†äž­ă—ăŠă„ăŸă‚‰ă€ă‚ăŁăšă„ă†é–“ă«æ™‚é–“ăŒéŁ›ăłăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ æ°—ă„ă„ăŸă‚‰äœ•æ™‚é–“ă‚‚ćŒă˜ć§żć‹ąă§æăç¶šă‘ăŠă„ăŠă€ è…°ăŒă‚‚ă†â€ŠïŒˆè‹ŠçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăŸă‚‹ă§ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąăƒœăƒ­ăźă‚čタンド「キングクăƒȘăƒ ă‚Ÿăƒłă€ ăźæ”»æ’ƒă«ă‚ăŁăŸăżăŸă„ă«ă€æ™‚é–“ăŒæ¶ˆă—éŁ›ăłă€ è…°ăźç—›ăżă ă‘ăŒæź‹ă‚‹ă€‚ ç§ăŸăĄă‚‚ă€ŒæłąçŽ‹ă€ăŒäœżăˆă‚‹ăźă§ă—ăŸă‚‰ă€ ć…ˆç”Ÿă«ç”Ÿć‘œă‚šăƒăƒ«ă‚źăƒŒă‚’é€ă‚ŠăŸă„ă§ă™ăŒ(笑)。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ă„ă€ă§ă‚‚ă‚šăƒăƒ«ă‚źăƒŒăŻæŹČしいですぼで(笑)。 ă§ă‚‚ä»Šæ—„ăŻă€çš†ă•ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ć…ƒæ°—ăźă‚šăƒăƒ«ă‚źăƒŒă‚’ ăŸăă•ă‚“ă„ăŸă ă„ăŸæ°—ăŒă—ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚

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èžăæ‰‹: ă§ăŻæœ€æ–°äœœăźè©±ă‚’ăŠäŒșă„ă—ăŸă™ă€‚ ć…ˆæ—„(2010ćčŽ11月)ă€çŹŹïŒ—éƒšă€ŒSBR」ぼ第22ć·»ăŒ ç™șćŁČă•ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă€‚ăăźäž­ă§ă€ æˆ‘ă€…èĄŒæ”żæ©Ÿé–ąă§ćƒăè·ć“Ąă«ăšăŁăŠ éžćžžă«ć°è±Ąçš„ăȘă‚šăƒ”ă‚œăƒŒăƒ‰ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ こぼ侖ぼ侍ćčžă‚’どこかè‡Șćˆ†ăŸăĄăźäœă‚€ćœ°ćŸŸăšăŻ ćˆ„ăźäž–ç•Œăžèżœă„ă‚„ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ç”¶ć€§ăȘèƒœćŠ›ă‚’ćŸ—ăŸ ケメăƒȘă‚«ć€§ç”±é ˜ăŒă€äž–ç•Œäž­ăźă™ăčおたäșș間が ćčžă›ă«ăȘるこべはありえăȘいぼで、 è‡Șćˆ†ăŻæ„›ć›œćżƒă«ćŸșă„ă„ăŠă€ă“ăźèƒœćŠ›ă‚’äœżăŁăŠ æ­Łă—ă„èĄŒă„ă‚’ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšäž»ćŒ”ă™ă‚‹ă‚·ăƒŒăƒłăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ èĄŒæ”żè·ć“Ąăšă—ăŠăŻă€ă‚ˆă‚Šć€šăăźćž‚æ°‘ăŒćčžă›ă‚’ æ„Ÿă˜ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘæ–œç­–ă‚’èĄŒă†ă“ăšă‚’è€ƒăˆăȘがら、 侀æ–čですăčăŠăźćž‚æ°‘ă«ăšăŁăŠæș€è¶łăźă„ăæ–œç­–ăŻ 難しいべいうゾレンマがあり、 ă‚„ăŻă‚Šă“ăźć€§ç”±é ˜ăźäž»ćŒ”ă«ă‚‚ è‚Żă‹ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ă‚‚ă‚ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«æ„Ÿă˜ăŠă—ăŸă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äșˆă‚æ–­ăŁăŠăŠă„ăŸæ–čăŒă„ă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‘ă©ă€ ă“ăźăƒŽă‚ĄăƒŹăƒłă‚żă‚€ăƒłć€§ç”±é ˜ăŻă€æ‚Șćœčă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ć‚è€ƒă«ă—ăȘă„ă§ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ćźŸăŻă‚ă‚‹æ„ć‘łă§ăŻ ăăźäž»ćŒ”ăŒæ­Łă—ă„ăšă„ă†æ‚Șćœčă«ă—ăŸă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: そうですよね、漟際、ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒäžŠă§ăŻäž»äșș慬が ăăźă‚·ăƒŒăƒłă§ă€Œă‚ă‚ŒïŒŸé–“é•ăŁăŠă„ăŸăźăŻćƒ•ïŒŸă€ みたいăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§â€Š

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうそう、æșă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 慈生が「æ‚Șćœčă€ăšèš€ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ăźă§ăăźă‚»ăƒȘフを çœŸă«ć—ă‘ăŠă—ăŸăŁăŠăŻăƒ€ăƒĄăȘんでしょうが、 ăƒȘăƒŒăƒ€ăƒŒă‚·ăƒƒăƒ—ăšă—ăŠăŻă‚ă‚ŠăȘぼかăȘă€ăšă‚‚æ€ăˆăŸă™ăŒă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă„ă‚„ă€çŸćźŸäž–ç•Œă§ăŻă‚ă‚Šă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă€‚ 惕è‡Șèș«ă‚‚ă“ăźć€§ç”±é ˜ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘăƒȘăƒŒăƒ€ăƒŒă‚·ăƒƒăƒ—ăźæ–čが、 æœŹćœ“ăŻć„œăă§ă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: äžŠă«ç«‹ă€ă‚‚ăźăšă—ăŠăŻă€ă‚„ăŻă‚Šăă†ă—ăŸèŠšæ‚Ÿă‚’ 背èČ ă†ćż…èŠăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă€‚ć…šć“Ąă«ăšăŁăŠăźćčžă›ăŒç„Ąç†ăȘら、やはりどこかに 芖ç‚čă‚’çœźă„ăŠè€ƒăˆăȘければいけăȘいでしょうから。 甐汀物äș‹ă«ăŠă„ăŠç”¶ćŻŸçš„ă«æ­Łă—ă„ăšă‹æ‚Șいこべっど そんăȘにăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă“ăă€ ă‚‚ă†ă“ă“ă ăšă„ă†ç·šćŒ•ăăŒé‡èŠă ă—ă€ æ”żæČ»ăŻăăźăŸă‚ăźä»•äș‹ă§ă—ょうから。 ăă‚Œă§ă€èŠšæ‚Ÿă‚’æŒăŁăŠæ±șă‚ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă«ăŻă‚‚ă†ă€ çȘăé€Čんでいくăčăă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšäœ•ă‹èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŸăă‚‰ă„ă§ćżƒăŒæŠ˜ă‚ŒăŸă‚Šă€ ć‰èš€æ’€ć›žă—ăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă“ăšăŻè‰ŻăăȘいăȘăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăă†ă„ă†æ„ć‘łă§ăŻă€ăƒŽă‚ĄăƒŹăƒłă‚żă‚€ăƒłć€§ç”±é ˜ăŻă€ æ”żæČ»ćź¶ăšă—ăŠăŻïŒŻïŒ«ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ ă‚‚ă†ă“ăźăŸăŸèĄŒăă—ă‹ăȘい。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æ‚Șćœčă§ă™ă‘ă©ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 侀æ–čă§çŸćźŸäž–ç•ŒăŻă€ă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăȘäŸĄć€€èŠłăŒă¶ă€ă‹ă‚Šćˆă† æœŹćœ“ă«é›Łă—ă„æ™‚ä»Łă§ă™ă€‚ ä»Šăźæ”żæČ»ă«ăƒŽă‚ĄăƒŹăƒłă‚żă‚€ăƒłć€§ç”±é ˜ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘçČŸç„žă‚’ æ±‚ă‚ă‚‹ă“ăšă‚‚ćŽłă—ă„ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€ ăă‚Œă§ă‚‚ćŻ„ăŁăŠç«‹ă€ăčăäżĄćż”ăŻćż…èŠă§ăŻăȘいか ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ć€§ç”±é ˜ăŻă€Œæ„›ć›œćżƒă ă€ăšèš€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ ç§ăŸăĄäž€ćž‚æ°‘ăšă—ăŠæŒăŁăŠăŠăăčăäżĄćż”ăšă—ăŠăŻă€ ć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ăźăƒ†ăƒŒăƒžă«ă€ăȘăŒă‚‹è©±ă‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ æ”čă‚ăŠăŠèžă‹ă›ă„ăŸă ă‘ăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æ„›ć›œćżƒăšăŸă§ăŻă„ă‹ăȘくども、 ă‚„ăŻă‚Šćź¶æ—ă‚’ćźˆă‚ă†ăšă„ă†æ„Ÿæƒ…ă‚„ă€ あるいはè‡Șćˆ†ăŒç”ŸăŸă‚ŒăŸæ•…éƒ·ă‚„ä»Šæšźă‚‰ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ćœ°ćŸŸ ăžăźæƒłă„ăȘどにçč‹ăŒă‚‹éƒšćˆ†ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: 「ゾョゾョ」が「äșșé–“èł›æ­Œă€ă‚’ăƒ†ăƒŒăƒžăšă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ ăšă„ă‚ă‚Œă‚‹ç”±çžă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă‚„ăŻă‚Šć…ˆç”Ÿăźä»™ć°ăžăźæƒłă„ă‚‚ ăă“ă‹ă‚‰æ„ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そこぼèŸșを
è‡Șćˆ†ăšă—ăŠăŻă€ăŠă‚ăă‹ă«ă—ăŠ æŹČしくăȘă„ă§ă™ă—ă€ăŠă‚ăă‹ă«ă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘäșșには 䞊に立っおæŹČしくăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ä»™ć°ćž‚ćœčæ‰€è·ć“ĄăŻè‡Șćˆ†ăźäœă‚€èĄ—ă‚’æ€ă†æ°—æŒăĄăŻ ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“æŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ăăźäžŠă§ă•ă‚‰ă« èŠšæ‚Ÿă‚’æŒăŁăŠä»•äș‹ă«è‡šăŸăȘă‘ă‚Œă°ă„ă‘ăŸă›ă‚“ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ćŽłă—ă„æ™‚ä»Łă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€ éąšćœ“ăŸă‚ŠăŻćŒ·ăăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ăă“ăŻă‚„ăŻă‚Šă€ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’æ„›ă™ă‚‹ćž‚è·ć“Ąăšă—ăŠăŻă€ äœœć“ă§æă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘă€Œă€Žæ­ŁçŸ©ă€ăźèŒăăźäž­ă«ă‚ă‚‹ 『黄金たçČŸç„žă€ă€ă‚’ć‚è€ƒă«ă—ăŸă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€äœœć“ăźäž­ă§ăźæˆŠă„ă ăšă€ æœ€ćŸŒăŸă§ć‹ăĄæź‹ă‚‹ăźăŻă€ ć€šćˆ†äž€äșșäșŒäșșくらいしかいăȘい侖界ですし、 ăŸăŸçŸćźŸă‚‚ç›žćœ“ćŽłă—ă„æ™‚ä»Łă§ă™ăŒă€é ‘ćŒ”ăŁăŠăă ă•ă„ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: さど、ćșƒç€Źć·ă§ăŻïŒźïŒ°ïŒŻć›Łäœ“ăŒçŽ„20ćčŽæŒŻă‚Šă« èČžă—ăƒœăƒŒăƒˆă‚’ćŸ©æŽ»ă•ă›ăŸă‚Šă€ ćž‚æ°‘ć›Łäœ“ăŒäž­ćżƒăšăȘăŁăŠäŒæ„­ă‚„ć€§ć­ŠăȘどず æ”ćŸŸäž€æ–‰æž…æŽƒæŽ»ć‹•ăȘă©ă‚’èĄŒăŁăŸă‚Šăšă€ ćž‚æ°‘ăźçš†ă•ă‚“ăŒă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăȘæŽ»ć‹•ă‚’èĄŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ æœ€ćŸŒă«ă€ć…ˆç”Ÿă‹ă‚‰ćșƒç€Źć·ă«é–ąă‚ă‚‹æŽ»ć‹•ă‚’èĄŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ çš†ă•ă‚“ăžćżœæŽăźăƒĄăƒƒă‚»ăƒŒă‚žă‚’ă„ăŸă ă‘ăŸă™ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćșƒç€Źć·ă ă‘でăȘく、こうしたè‡Șç„¶ç’°ćąƒă‚’ćźˆăŁăŠă„ăäžŠă§ă€ ă“ă‚Œă‹ă‚‰ăźæ™‚ä»ŁăŻèĄŒæ”żă ă‘ă§äœ•ă‚‚ă‹ă‚‚ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăă“ăšăŻ äžćŻèƒœă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ æ˜”ăŻă€äŸ‹ăˆă°ç„žç€ŸăźèœăĄè‘‰æŽƒé™€ăȘどを èż‘éšŁă«äœă‚€äșșたちがè‡Șç„¶ă«ă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă­ă€‚ ć…ˆă»ă©æ„›ć›œćżƒăźè©±ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸăŒă€ ăă“ăŸă§ă„ă‹ăȘくども ćž‚æ°‘ăŒè‡Șćˆ†ăźäœă‚€èĄ—ă‚’ć€§ćˆ‡ă«æ€ă†æ°—æŒăĄă‹ă‚‰ă€ ăƒœăƒ©ăƒłăƒ†ă‚Łă‚ąæŽ»ć‹•ăȘă©ă‚’èĄŒă†ă“ăšăŻ ăšăŠă‚‚ć€§ćˆ‡ăȘă“ăšă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ăă†ă—ăŸæŽ»ć‹•ă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹æ–čがćșƒç€Źć·ă« たくさんいらっしゃるこべは、 çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ă“ăšă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ćž‚æ°‘äž€äșșăČăšă‚ŠăŒăă†ă—ăŸćœ°ćŸŸă‚’æ„›ă™ă‚‹æ°—æŒăĄă‚’æŒăŁăŠă€ 連æșしどいければćșƒç€Źć·ă ă‘でăȘăä»™ć°ćž‚ă‚‚ ă•ă‚‰ă«çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„èĄ—ă«ăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: そうですね。 èȘ°ă‹äž€äșșăźćŠ›ă§äœ•ăšă‹ăȘるもぼではăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚ ăăźăŸă‚ă«ă‚‚ă€ăżă‚“ăȘă§èŠ‹ç…źäŒšă‚’ă—ăŸă‚Šă—ăŠ ä»Čè‰ŻăăȘăŁăŸă‚Šă€ä»˜ăćˆă„ăŒćșƒăŒăŁăŠă„けば ă„ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚äœ•ă‚ˆă‚Šă‚‚æ„œă—ă„ă—(笑)。

èžăæ‰‹: èŠ‹ç…źäŒšăŻă‚łăƒŸăƒ„ăƒ‹ă‚±ăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’æ·±ă‚ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ă ă‘ă§ăȘく、 ćșƒç€Źć·ă‚’ă“ă‚Œă‹ă‚‰ă‚‚ćźˆăŁăŠă„ăă“ăšă«ă€ăȘăŒă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ăă†ă„ăŁăŸæŽ»ć‹•ăŒă•ă‚‰ă«ćșƒăŒăŁăŠă„ăă“ăšă‚’ éĄ˜ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ćƒ•ă‚‚ăăźăŸă‚ă«äœ•ă‹ă§ăă‚‹ă“ăšăŒ ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚‰ć”ćŠ›ă—ăŸă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ 慈生ぼćșƒç€Źćș·äž€ć›ă«ă“ă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸæƒłă„ă«èȠけăȘă„ă‚ˆă†ă«ă€ ç§ăŸăĄă‚‚ă“ă‚Œă‹ă‚‰é ‘ćŒ”ă‚ŠăŸă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ä»Šæ—„ăŻăŠćż™ă—ă„ăšă“ă‚æœŹćœ“ă«ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

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èžăæ‰‹: 今曞は、ここむタăƒȘケンレă‚čăƒˆăƒ©ăƒłă€Œă‚ąăƒ« フィă‚ȘăƒŒăƒŹă€ ă‚’ă‚€ăƒłă‚żăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒäŒšć Žăšă—ăŠăŠć€Ÿă‚Šă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ こちらぼおćș—ă‹ă‚‰ăŻă€ă”èŠ§ă„ăŸă ă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ă€ ćșƒç€Źć·ăšä»™ć°ćž‚èĄ—ćœ°ă‚’èŠ‹äž‹ă‚ă™ çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„æ™Żè‰ČăŒæœ›ă‚ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“:そうですね。 ă“ăźć Žæ‰€ă«ă“ă‚“ăȘ玠敔ăȘむタăƒȘケンレă‚čăƒˆăƒ©ăƒłăŒ あるăȘă‚“ăŠă€ćƒ•ăŒä»™ć°ă«ă„ăŸé ƒă«ăŻ è€ƒăˆă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘかったこべすね。

èžăæ‰‹: ă“ăźăƒ­ă‚±ăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚‚çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ăźă§ă™ăŒă€ こちらぼおćș—にäŒșăŁăŸç†ç”±ăŻă‚‚ă†äž€ă€ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€çŹŹć››éƒšă€ă€ŒæœçŽ‹ç”șă€ăšă„ă†æ—„æœŹăźæž¶ç©șéƒœćž‚ă‚’ èˆžć°ăšă—ăŸă€Œăƒ€ă‚€ăƒ€ăƒąăƒłăƒ‰ăŻç •ă‘ăȘă„ă€ç·šă§ă€ äž»äșșć…Źă€Œæ±æ–čä»—ćŠ©ă€ăšèŠȘ揋ぼ「è™čæ‘ć„„æł°ă€ăŒă€ むタăƒȘă‚ąæ–™ç†ćș—ă€Œăƒˆăƒ©ă‚”ăƒ«ăƒ‡ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ă‚’èšȘれるべいう ă‚šăƒ”ă‚œăƒŒăƒ‰ăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰äœżă„ăźă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•ăƒ»ăƒˆăƒ‹ă‚Șさんが、ă‚čタンドで æ–™ç†ă‚’éŁŸăčたäșșを恄ćș·ăȘçŠ¶æ…‹ă«ç›Žă—ăŠă—ăŸă†ăšă„ă†ăŠćș—。

èžăæ‰‹: ç§ă‚‚ć€§ć„œăăȘă‚šăƒ”ă‚œăƒŒăƒ‰ă§ă€ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłăȘらば そんăȘおćș—ăŒçŸćźŸă«ă‚ăŁăŸç”¶ćŻŸèĄŒăăŸă„ă€ べいうおćș—ă§ă™ăŒă€ćźŸăŻă“ăźăŠćș—ăźă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•ç›źé»’ă•ă‚“ă‚‚ă€ ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰äœżă„ă§ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ăŒă€æ§˜ă€…ăȘéŁŸæă‚‚ æ‰‹ă„ăă‚Šă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŠă€ă“ăĄă‚‰ă«ćŠă‚‹ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ ハムăȘă©ă‚‚ă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•è‡Șă‚‰ăŒäœœă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: トニă‚Șă•ă‚“ăżăŸă„ă«æ–™ç†ă«ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ă€Œăƒ‘ăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ»ă‚žăƒŁăƒ ă€ ăŒć…„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ć…ˆç”Ÿă€è‚©ă“ă‚Šă‚„çœŒçČŸç–Č抮ăȘă©ăźç—‡çŠ¶ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă‹ă€‚ ă§ă‚‚ä»Šæ—„ăŻă€éŁŸäș‹ă‚’ćŹă—äžŠăŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă ăæ™‚é–“ăŒăȘくど ć€§ć€‰æź‹ćż”ă§ă™ăŒïœ„ïœ„ïœ„ べころで、「ゾョゾョ」第äș”éƒšă€Œé»„é‡‘ăźéąšă€ç·šă§ むタăƒȘă‚ąă‚’èˆžć°ăšă—ăŸäœœć“ă‚’æă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ă‚Šă€ ć…ˆç”ŸăŻă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąăŒć€§ć€‰ăŠć„œăăȘたではăȘいかべ æ€ăŁăŠăŠă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ćźŸăŻæ±äșŹă«èĄŒăŁăŠă„ăĄă°ă‚“èĄæ’ƒă‚’ć—ă‘ăŸăźăŻă€ パă‚čタăȘんです。 こんăȘă«çŸŽć‘łă—ă„éŁŸăčç‰©ăŒă‚ăŁăŸăźă‹ăƒŒïŒăŁăŠă€ æœŹćœ“ă«ćœ§ć€’çš„ăȘèĄæ’ƒă§ă—ăŸă€‚ ćƒ•ăŒä»™ć°ă«ă„ăŸé ƒăŻă€ ä»Šăźă‚ˆă†ăȘむタăƒȘケンレă‚čトランはăȘかったんですよ。 こんăȘ玠敔ăȘむタăƒȘケンレă‚čăƒˆăƒ©ăƒłăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ăźăŻă€ ćœ“æ™‚ă‹ă‚‰è€ƒăˆăŸă‚‰ć€ąăżăŸă„ă§ă™ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ă“ăĄă‚‰ăźç›źé»’ă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•ăŻć…ˆæ—„TBSă€Œæƒ…ç†±ć€§é™žă€ă«ć‡șæŒ”ă•ă‚Œă€ ä»™ć°ăźă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąæ–™ç†ç•Œă§ăŻæłšç›źăźăŠćș—ă§ă€ă‚ă–ă‚ă– 東äșŹă‹ă‚‰è¶łă‚’é‹ă°ă‚Œă‚‹ăŠćźąă•ă‚“ă‚‚ă„ă‚‹ăă‚‰ă„ă§ă™ă€‚ づăȘみに、おćș—ăźăƒĄăƒ‹ăƒ„ăƒŒă‚‚ă€ăŠćźąă•ă‚“ăźć„œăżă«ćżœă˜ăŠ ă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•ăšç›žè«‡ă—ăŠæ±șめるべいうぼがćŸșæœŹă§ă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: 搌じじゃăȘいですか。 ăŸă•ă‹ă€ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźæ–čăŒćŸŒă‹ă‚‰ă ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŠâ€Š

èžăæ‰‹: おćș—は開ćș—しお間もăȘăïŒ–ć‘šćčŽă€ çŸćœšăźć Žæ‰€ă«ç§»è»ąă•ă‚ŒăŠă‹ă‚‰ăŻă€4ćčŽć‘šćčŽăšăźă“ずです。

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚ˆă‹ăŁăŸă€ă€Œăƒˆăƒ©ă‚”ăƒ«ăƒ‡ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ăźă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ—ăƒłăŒć…ˆă§ă™ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ăšă“ă‚ă§ă“ăźă‚żăƒ«ăƒˆă€éŠ™ă‚ŠăŒçŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ ćƒ•ăŻéŁŸæăźéŠ™ă‚Šă‚’æŽ»ă‹ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹æ–™ç†ăŒć„œăăȘんですよ。

ç›źé»’ă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•: çŽ…ă‚€ăƒąăźă‚ąă‚€ă‚čクăƒȘăƒŒăƒ ăƒ”ăƒ„ăƒŹă‚’æ·»ăˆăŸ æŽ‹ăƒŠă‚·ăźă‚żăƒ«ăƒˆă§ă™ă€‚ ăăźäžŠă«ăƒ‘ăƒ«ăƒŸă‚žăƒŁăƒŒăƒŽăƒ»ăƒŹăƒƒă‚žăƒŁăƒŒăƒŽă‚’ æŒŻă‚Šă‹ă‘ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: æœŹćœ“ă«ăƒ‘ăƒ«ăƒŸă‚žăƒŁăƒŒăƒŽăƒ»ăƒŹăƒƒă‚žăƒŁăƒŒăƒŽăźéŠ™ăŒïœ„ïœ„ïœ„ă™ă”ă„ă€‚ ă‚ăšă“ăźçŽ…ă‚€ăƒąăźç”˜ăżăŒïœ„ïœ„ïœ„çŸŽć‘łă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ïœžă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: ぜăČ今ćșŠä»™ć°ă«ăŠè¶Šă—にăȘă‚‹éš›ă«ăŻă“ăĄă‚‰ă§éŁŸäș‹ă‚’ ćŹă—äžŠăŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă ă‘ă‚Œă°ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ ă‚·ăƒŒă‚șンにăȘったらゾビス(野獣)æ–™ç†ă‚‚ăŠć‹§ă‚ă§ă™ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“: ă‚žăƒ“ă‚šăšă„ăŁăŠă‚‚ă€äŸ‹ăˆă°æ”·ćŽă§ăšă‚Œă‚‹é›‰ăšé‡Žć±±ă§ çČă‚Œă‚‹é›‰ăšă§ăŻă€æœźéąšăšă‹éŁŸăčă‚‹é€Œăźé•ă„ă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ăŒă€ 摳が違うらしいですよ。 そんăȘè©±ă‚’èžăăšă€ăăźé•ă„ă‚’æŽąăŁăŠăżăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

èžăæ‰‹: では今ćșŠă€ă“づらたおćș—ăźă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•ă« æ”·ćŽăźé›‰ăšć±±ćŽăźé›‰ă‚’ć–ă‚ŠćŻ„ă›ăŠă„ăŸă ă„ăŠâ€Š

è’æœšă•ă‚“: äșŒçšźéĄžć‡șă—ăŠă„ăŸă ă„ăŠă€ä»ŠćșŠăœăČ 食ăčæŻ”ăčă—ăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ ă§ă‚‚ă“ăĄă‚‰ăźăƒ‡ă‚¶ăƒŒăƒˆă‚’ă„ăŸă ă„ăŸă‚‰ äœ•ă ă‹ć…ƒæ°—ăŒć‡șăŠăăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆïŒ

èžăæ‰‹: ă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•ă€ć…ˆç”ŸăŒăƒ‡ă‚¶ăƒŒăƒˆă‚’ćŹă—äžŠăŒăŁăŠ ć…ƒæ°—ăŒć‡șăŸăă†ă§ă™ïŒ やっぱりă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰äœżă„ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă­(笑)。

ç›źé»’ă‚·ă‚§ăƒ•: ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™(笑)。[24] [25]

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Missing translation
Artbook
Interview
Published July 29, 2011
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Manga

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Hiromu Arakawa has always read the works of Hirohiko Araki since her childhood. In 2011, Araki is approaching thirty years of his career. From the appeal of their works to the surprising common points between the hymn to humanity and the principle of equivalence, here is the interview of the century between two people on the front line in the world of shonen manga!

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, the manga that gives you courage

Arakawa: I read your manga since Baoh the Visitor. And of course, I love reading JoJo's Bizarre Adventure since the first part. I am honored to meet you today!

Araki: Wow! I am very happy that you have been reading me for so long. Thank you so much!

Arakawa: While I was in elementary school, my older sisters used to buy Shonen Jump. In our barn, I specifically found the issue with the first chapter of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. I went to read it in a dark barn where some agricultural equipment were stored, and I was completely captivated.

Araki: The perfect atmosphere (laughs).

Arakawa: It was twice as scary. But I was still really into it (laughs)! I was still a kid at the time, and I imitated the Ripple and said things like "I want a Stand like this!" (laughs). Knowing that I was going to meet you, I wondered what made JoJo's Bizarre Adventure so appealing to me. And I told myself that it is the fact that it gives me courage.

Araki: That's also the appeal of Fullmetal Alchemist (referred to as Fullmetal from here on), isn't it? When I read it, it made me reflect on the origins of humanity. Through the system of alchemy, we go as far as researching the mechanisms of nature and the human world. I was thinking "Whoa!".

Arakawa: Oh, thank you very much! When I thought about the origins of mankind, it was important not to ignore the question "What are courage and pride?". The protagonists of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, allies and enemies alike, are all proud and live a hard life. I find them admirable. Especially Iggy... Making me cry with a dog who chews gum...! The scene where Lisa Lisa puts her cigarette upside down also immediately comes to mind. I also appreciate Stroheim's determination. I really love all the characters.

Araki: Hahaha (laughs). It's because half of his body is made up of cybernetics prostheses. He wouldn't be out of place in the Fullmetal universe. Personally, I like Armstrong in Fullmetal. I appreciate the characters who let their passion run wild while keeping their seriousness. The scene where he and Sig were staring at each other and made poses was really funny. Conversely, the scene where Al is deteriorated is quite intense. His blood seal could disappear at any time... I was anxious thinking about that.

Arakawa: Yes, he should have covered it (laughs}.

Was the name "Elric" a risk?! The Shonen Manga World of the 70s-80s

Arakawa: Speaking of what makes JoJo's Bizarre Adventure so appealing, I think it's the unique dialogue. I let the JoJo's Bizarre Hyakunin Isshu (ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ癟äșș侀驖 JoJo no Kimyƍ na Hyakunin Isshu) CD play at my work place, and I had assistants who could recite it by heart without even having read the manga.

Araki: That's amazing (laughs). I created the dialogue by thinking about their motivations, reasons, and "why are they fighting", but I haven't thought so far as making this line popular or making the readers cry. So I'm happy to hear you say that.

Arakawa: I would unconsciously say lines from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure in my everyday life. Perhaps more than you think, Araki-sensei, it's probably become ingrained in your readers' blood. That's how powerful the spirit of the words are in your work.

Araki: However, since there are horror elements in my manga, I purposely used vulgar language... I felt that I shouldn't only depict the beautiful parts. "Black and white", "Good and evil", "Beauty and ugliness". I try to keep opposites like these in mind as I draw, so I don't shy away from the ugly parts of human nature.

Arakawa: I see.

Araki: But you know, it wasn't until about ten years after the start of the series that I was recognized in this way. At the time, I was told that it would be difficult to set a story in a foreign country with a foreign main character. Such a manga was in danger of being questioned at any time by the magazine's editorial team. I guess I was a bit cocky at the time. I wanted to challenge the rules and jinxes of shonen manga. As long as I respected the principles of Shonen Jump, which are "Friendship", "Effort", and "Victory", why not include Western characters?

Arakawa: Besides, the story begins with Aztec people.

Araki: It's so confusing (laughs)!

Arakawa: Nooo, for an occult lover like me, I couldn't get enough of it.

Araki: At the time, I was told that a bizarre long-running drama series would not be a hit in the manga world. That's why it was a miracle that an editor appreciated my universe, encouraged me, and allowed JoJo's Bizarre Adventure to get serialized. For that reason, choosing the name "Elric" in Fullmetal would have been dangerous at the time (laughs).

Arakawa: Hahaha, "rejected" (laughs).

Araki: Was it easily decided?

Arakawa: I think it was accepted because Enix (currently Square Enix) is a game company. In fact, we were expecting readers who are used to RPGs, so we thought a name with a fantasy flavor would be good.

Araki: Is that so? The times have changed, huh?

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[Translated to English by Nabu from a transcription by NatDaemon of Jasmine Bretcha's Japanese to French translation of the interview]

Note: Incomplete interview.

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è’ć·: è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźäœœć“ăŻă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒæ„èšȘè€…ă€ă‹ă‚‰èȘ­ăŸă›ăŠă„ăŸă ă„ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™ș』(仄䞋:『ゾョゾョ』)ă‚‚çŹŹïŒ‘éƒšă‹ă‚‰ăšăŁăšæ„›èȘ­ă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŠă€‚ä»Šæ—„ăŻăŠäŒšă„ă§ăăŠć…‰æ „ă§ă™ă€‚ă©ă†ăžă‚ˆă‚ă—ăăŠéĄ˜ă„ă—ăŸă™ïŒ
荒朚: ăŠăŠă€œïŒă€€ăă‚“ăȘæ˜”ă‹ă‚‰èȘ­ă‚“ă§ăă ă•ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšăŻă€ćŹ‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ïŒă€€
è’ć·: 氏歩生ぼ頃、槉が「民ćčŽă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ă€ă‚’èČ·ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŠă€‚çŽć±‹ă«ç©ă‚“ă§ă‚ăŁăŸăźă‚’äœ•æ°—ăȘăæ‰‹ă«ć–ăŁăŸăźăŒă€ăĄă‚‡ă†ă©ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€çŹŹïŒ‘è©±ăźæŽČèŒ‰ć·ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚èŸČæ©Ÿć…·ăȘă©ă‚’ć…„ă‚ŒăŠăŠăă€è–„æš—ă„éƒšć±‹ă§ć€ąäž­ă«ăȘっおèȘ­ăżăŸă—ăŸă€‚
荒朚: ăă‚ŒăŻăƒ ăƒŒăƒ‰æș€ç‚čだ(笑)。
è’ć·: æ€–ă•ć€ćą—ă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚ă‚‚ă†ăƒăƒžă‚‰ăȘいわけがăȘă„ïŒă€€ăšă„ă†çŠ¶æłă§ă—ăŸ(笑)ă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăŻć­äŸ›ă ăŁăŸăźă§ă€æłąçŽ‹æł•ă‚’ăƒžăƒă—ăŸă‚Šă€ă€Œă“ă‚“ăȘă‚čタンドæŹČă—ă„ăƒŒïŒă€ăšéš’ă„ă ă‚Š(笑)ă€‚ăă—ăŠä»Šć›žăŠäŒšă„ă™ă‚‹ă«ă‚ăŸăŁăŠă€æ”čă‚ăŠă€Œç§ă«ăšăŁăŠăźă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźé­…ćŠ›ăšăŻă€ă‚’è€ƒăˆăŠăżăŸăźă§ă™ăŒă€ă‚„ăŻă‚Šć‹‡æ°—ă‚’ăă‚Œă‚‹ăšă“ă‚ă§ăŻăȘいかべ。
荒朚: ă€Žé‹ŒăźéŒŹé‡‘èĄ“ćž«ă€(ä»„äž‹ïŒšă€Žé‹Œă€)もそこが魅抛ですよね。èȘ­ă‚“でいるず、äșș間ぼæ čæșă«ă€ă„ăŠè€ƒăˆă•ă›ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă™ă€‚éŒŹé‡‘èĄ“ăźă‚·ă‚čテムを通じど、è‡Șç„¶ç•Œă‚„äșșé–“ç•Œăźä»•ç”„ăżăŸă§èżœæ±‚ă—ăŠă„ăă€‚ă€ŒăŠăŠïŒă€ăŁăŠæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
è’ć·: ă‚ăă€ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ïŒă€€ăăźă€äșș間ぼæ čæșă‚’è€ƒăˆă‚‹æ™‚ă€Œć‹‡æ°—ă‚„èȘ‡ă‚ŠăŁăŠäœ•ă ă‚ă†ïŒŸă€ăšă„ă†éƒšćˆ†ăŻć€–ă›ăȘă„ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă“ăžă„ăăšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźç™»ć Žäșșç‰©ăŻæ•”ă‚‚ć‘łæ–čもみんăȘèȘ‡ă‚Šă‚’ă‚‚ăŁăŠă€æ‡žć‘œă«ç”ŸăăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚ă€Œă‚ăŁă±ă‚Œă€ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ç‰čă«ă‚€ă‚źăƒŒăŻâ€Šâ€Šă‚ăźă€ă‚Źăƒ ă‚’ă‚ŻăƒăƒŁă‚ŻăƒăƒŁă‚„ăŁăŠăŸă‚€ăƒŒă«æłŁă‹ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăšăŻâ€Šâ€ŠïŒă€€ă‚ăšă€ăƒȘă‚”ăƒȘă‚”ăźé€†ă•ç…™è‰ăźă‚·ăƒŒăƒłă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăšăă‚‹ă—ă€ă‚·ăƒ„ăƒˆăƒ­ăƒă‚€ăƒ ăźăƒ–ăƒŹăźăȘă•ă‚‚ă„ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æœŹćœ“ă€ă©ăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚‚ć€§ć„œăă§ă™ă€‚
荒朚: ははは(笑)ă€‚ă‚·ăƒ„ăƒˆăƒ­ăƒă‚€ăƒ ăŻă‚‚ă†èș«äœ“ćŠćˆ†ăŒæ©Ÿæą°éŽ§ăżăŸă„ăȘă‚‚ăźă ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚ă€Žé‹Œă€ăźäž–ç•Œă«ă„ăŠă‚‚é•ć’Œæ„ŸăȘă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćƒ•ăŻă€Žé‹Œă€ă§ăŻă‚ąăƒŒăƒ ă‚čăƒˆăƒ­ăƒłă‚°ăŒă„ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă“ă†ă„ă†ă€çœŸéąç›źă§ă‚ă‚Šă€ă€è¶Łć‘łă«è”°ă‚‹äșșăŻć„œăă§ă™ă€‚ç‰čă«ă‚·ă‚°ăšäž€ç·’ă«ăƒ ă‚­ăƒƒăšăƒăƒŒă‚șă‚’ăšă‚‹ă‚·ăƒŒăƒłăŻæ„œă—ă„ă€‚é€†ă«ă€ă‚ąăƒ«ăŒăƒœăƒ­ăƒœăƒ­ă«ăȘă‚‹ă‚·ăƒŒăƒłăŻèŸ›ă„ă§ă™ă€‚äœ•ă‹ăźæ‹ć­ă«èĄ€ć°ăŒæ¶ˆăˆăŸă‚‰â€Šâ€Šăšæ€ă†ăšăƒăƒ©ăƒăƒ©ă—ăĄă‚ƒăŁăŠă€‚
è’ć·: ă‚«ăƒăƒŒă—ăšă‘ăŁăŠè©±ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­(笑)。

ă€Œă‚šăƒ«ăƒȘăƒƒă‚Żă€ăŻć±é™ș!?‘70〜’80ćčŽä»Łăźć°‘ćčŽæŒ«ç”»ç•Œ

è’ć·:『ゾョゾョ』ぼ魅抛べいえばもうăČず぀、狏ç‰čたセăƒȘăƒ•ć›žă—ăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ癟äșșäž€éŠ–ă€ăźïŒŁïŒ€ă‚’ä»•äș‹ć Žă§æ”ă—ăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’èȘ­ă‚“ă ă“ăšăŒç„Ąă„ă‚ąă‚·ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒˆă•ă‚“ăŸă§ăȘăœă‹æš—ć”±ă§ăă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă€‚
荒朚: それはすごい(笑)。惕は「ăȘăœæˆŠă†ăźă‹ă€ăšă‹ă€ć‹•æ©Ÿă‚„ç†ç”±ă„ă‘ăŻæ„è­˜ă—ăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€ă“ăźă‚»ăƒȘăƒ•ă‚’æ”èĄŒă‚‰ă›ă‚ˆă†ăšă‹ă€èȘ­è€…ă‚’æłŁă‹ă›ă‚ˆă†ăšă‹ă€ăăźèŸșă‚ŠăŻă‚ăŸă‚Šè€ƒăˆăŠă„ăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ăă†èš€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă ă‘ă‚‹ăšćŹ‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚
è’ć·: æ—„ćžžç”ŸæŽ»ă§ă€ç„Ąæ„è­˜ăźă†ăĄă«ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźă‚»ăƒȘフがć‡șă‚‹ă“ăšăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăŸă¶ă‚“è’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŒæ€ăŁăŠă„ă‚‰ăŁă—ă‚ƒă‚‹ä»„äžŠă«ă€èȘ­è€…ăźèĄ€è‚‰ă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăă‚Œă ă‘ćŒ·ă„èš€éœŠăŒćźżăŁăŸäœœć“ăȘんだăȘあべ。
荒朚: ăŸă ă€ăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒèŠçŽ ăŒă‚ă‚‹äœœć“ăȘăźă§ă€ă‚ăˆăŠæ±šă„èš€è‘‰ă‚‚äœżăŁăŠâ€Šâ€ŠçŸŽă—ă„éƒšćˆ†ă°ă‹ă‚Šæă„ăŠăĄă‚ƒăƒ€ăƒĄăŁăŠæ€ă„ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚ă€Œç™œăšé»’ă€ă€Œć–„ăšæ‚Șă€ă€ŒçŸŽăšé†œă€ăšă„ăŁăŸćŻŸæ„”çš„ăȘă‚‚ăźă‚’é ­ă«çœźăă€ă€æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăźă§ă€äșș間ぼă‚Čă‚čăȘéƒšćˆ†ă‚‚éżă‘ăšă«èžăżèŸŒă‚‚ă†ă€ăšă€‚
è’ć·: ăȘるほど。
荒朚: でもね、こうしどèȘă‚ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăŸăźăŻé€ŁèŒ‰é–‹ć§‹ă‹ă‚‰10ćčŽăă‚‰ă„ç”ŒăŁăŠă‹ă‚‰ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいかăȘă‚ă€‚ćœ“æ™‚ăŻć€–ć›œăŒèˆžć°ă§ă€äž»äșșć…Źă‚‚ć€–ć›œäșșăšă„ă†èš­ćźšăŻé›Łă—ă„ăšèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŠă€‚ç·šé›†äŒç”»æź”éšŽă§èœăšă•ă‚ŒăĄă‚ƒă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă†ă‚“ă€ćœ“æ™‚ăŻćƒ•ă‚‚ç”Ÿæ„æ°—ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă­ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†ć°‘ćčŽæŒ«ç”»ăźăƒ«ăƒŒăƒ«ă‚„ă‚žăƒłă‚Żă‚čă«æŒ‘æˆŠă—ăŸă„ăšă„ă†æ€ă„ă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă€Œă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—ă€ăźćŸșæœŹćŽŸć‰‡ă§ă‚ă‚‹ă€Œć‹æƒ…ăƒ»ćŠȘćŠ›ăƒ»ć‹ćˆ©ă€ă•ăˆćźˆăŁăŠă„ă‚Œă°ă€æšȘæ–‡ć­—ă§ă‚‚ă„ă„ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいかべ。
è’ć·: しかも、物èȘžăźć…„り揣はケă‚čăƒ†ă‚«ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚
荒朚: ă‚ă‹ă‚Šă«ăă™ăŽ(笑)
è’ć·: いや〜、私ぼようăȘă‚Șă‚«ăƒ«ăƒˆć„œăă«ăŻă€ă‚‚ă†ăŸăŸă‚‰ăȘă„ă§ă™ă‘ă‚Œă©ă‚‚ă€‚
荒朚: æ€Ș愇系た性æČłăƒ‰ăƒ©ăƒžă‚‚ă€ćœ“æ™‚ăźæŒ«ç”»ç•Œă§ăŻăƒ’ăƒƒăƒˆă—ăȘă„ăšèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăŸăŸăŸăŸă€ă“ă†ă„ă†äž–ç•ŒèŠłăŒć„œăăȘç·šé›†è€…ăŒćŸŒæŠŒă—ă‚’ă—ăŠăă‚ŒăŠâ€Šâ€Šă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’é€ŁèŒ‰ă•ă›ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăˆăŸăźăŻć„‡è·Ąă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€Žé‹Œă€ăźă€Œă‚šăƒ«ăƒȘăƒƒă‚Żă€ăšă„ă†ăƒăƒŒăƒŸăƒłă‚°ăŻă€ćœ“æ™‚ă ăŁăŸă‚‰ă‹ăȘă‚Šă‚­ă‚±ăƒłă§ă—ăŸă‚ˆ(笑)。
è’ć·: ははは、ボツだ(笑)。
荒朚: そぼèŸșりはすんăȘりæ±șăŸăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ
è’ć·: スニックă‚č(çŸăƒ»ă‚čă‚Żă‚Šă‚§ă‚ąăƒ»ă‚šăƒ‹ăƒƒă‚Żă‚č)はă‚ČăƒŒăƒ äŒšç€ŸăȘぼで、そぼç‚čはă‚čăƒ ăƒŒă‚șă ăŁăŸăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ă‚€ă—ă‚ïŒČïŒ°ïŒ§ă«æ…Łă‚ŒăŸèȘ­è€…ă‚’æƒłćźšă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒłă‚żă‚žăƒŒăźéŠ™ă‚ŠăŒă™ă‚‹ăƒăƒŒăƒŸăƒłă‚°ăŒă„ă„ăźă‹ăȘべ。
荒朚: そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă€‚æ™‚ä»ŁăŻć€‰ă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă ăȘあ。[26]

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We're holding a summer sale full of many great deals.
The highlight of this year's sale is a collaboration between JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Amazon.co.jp!
This special interview with Hirohiko Araki also features Rohan Kishibe as the mascot.
What kind of music does Araki discuss?
Read more to find out.

"You want me to listen to music? But, I refuse!"
—Rohan Kishibe

When do you usually listen to music? What's your daily music routine?

Araki: At work. With family.


What influence has music had on your work?

Araki: You can't work unless you have music.


What's the first piece of music that you bought?

Araki: It was Close to the Edge by Yes.


What's your favorite movie score?

Araki: For a Few Dollars More. The music was composed by Ennio Morricone. It's nothing less than a masterpiece.
Also, the theme for The Great Escape. It always gets me fired up.


What are your top 5 albums and why?"

Araki:


What are your favorite album cover designs and why?"


If you were the organizer of an "ARAKI MUSIC FESTIVAL" where you could book all your favorite artists, who would you invite?

Araki: Prince, Pat Metheny, Olivia Newton-John and Led Zeppelin.


Do you listen to any younger artists these days? If so, are there any artists that you would recommend?

Araki: Lady Gaga and Brad Paisley.


What songs would you recommend to get over this heat wave?

Araki: Lee Ritenour's "Gentle Thoughts".


Lastly, could you give a message to our customers at Amazon.co.jp, including a highlight of Part 8 that's currently being serialized?

Araki: JoJo Part 8 returns to the nostalgic town of Morioh. Please enjoy this modern rendition.

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[Translated by Morganstedmanms (JoJo's Bizarre Encyclopedia)]

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Missing translation
Website/Online
Interview
Published September 29, 2011
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Manga

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è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠæ°ïŒš(ä»„äž‹ă€è’æœšïŒšæ•Źç§°ç•„)ïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăŸăšäŒç”»ăźć†…ćźčăŒă€ă‚°ăƒƒăƒăźè·äșșăšć·„æˆżă«ă€ă„ăŠă€ă•ă‚‰ă«ă‚‚ăźă„ăă‚Šă«ă€ă„ăŠăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚’æă„ăŠă»ă—ă„ăšă„ă†äŸé Œă ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ă€Œă“ă‚ŒăŻäœ•ă ă‚ă†ïŒŸă€ăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

â€•äœ•ă ă‚ă†ăšă„ă†ăšïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšæ™źé€šă ăšè·äșșă‚„ć·„æˆżă‚’çŽčä»‹ă™ă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă§ă€ă“ă†ă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ă§ă€ă“ă‚“ăȘéąšă«è·äșșさんが惍いどいるんだよべか、そういうもぼがSPURç·šé›†éƒšă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă‚‚æŹČă—ă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă‚‚ă†ć°‘ă—ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăšèžćˆă—ăŸă„ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăŒă‚ă‚Œă°ç™»ć Žă™ă‚‹ăźăŻèȘ°ă§ă‚‚è‰Żă„ăšă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă§ăŻăȘăăŠă€ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăšèžćˆă—ăŸă„ăȘべ。

â€•ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăšèžćˆăšă„ă†ăźăŻă€ă€ŽSPURă€ă‹ă‚‰äŸé ŒăŻă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă„ă„ăˆă€ăă‚ŒăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚ăă‚Œă§ă‚‚ćŒ•ăć—ă‘ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă«ăŻă€ăă†ă„ă†äœœć“ă‚’æăăŸă„ăȘăšæœ€ćˆă«æ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă§ă‚‚é›Łă—ă„ă‹ăȘăšă‚‚æ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€‚

―ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăźäž»äșșć…Źă«çŹŹïŒ”éƒšă«ç™»ć Žă™ă‚‹ć€©æ‰æŒ«ç”»ćź¶ăƒ»ćČžèŸșéœČäŒŽă‚’æŒăŁăŠăăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ăă†ă€‚éœČäŒŽă‚’ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒăźäžŠă«ăĄă‚ƒă‚“ăšäč—ă›ăŠă€ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă‚’çŽčä»‹ă—ăŠă„ăăŁăŠă„ă†éąšă«ă—ăŸă‹ăŁăŸă€‚

â€•ä»Šć›žăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźă‚żă‚€ăƒˆăƒ«ăŒă€ŽćČžèŸșéœČ䌎 ă‚°ăƒƒăƒăžèĄŒăă€ă§ă™ăŒă€ä»„ć‰ăźăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«çŸŽèĄ“é€šăšăźăƒ—ăƒ­ă‚žă‚§ă‚Żăƒˆäœœć“ă€ŽćČžèŸșéœČ䌎 ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ăžèĄŒăă€ăšăźé–ąé€Łæ€§ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšæœ€ćˆăŻăȘかったんです。でもéœČäŒŽă ăŁăŸă‚‰ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă«èĄŒăŁăŠă‚‚ă„ă„ă­ăŁăŠă€‚ăă‚“ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ăŸă€‚

â€•ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźïœžă€çŹŹïŒ”éƒšăźă‚Żăƒ©ă‚€ăƒžăƒƒă‚Żă‚čăźă‚·ăƒŒăƒłă§ă€éœČäŒŽăŻă‚°ăƒƒăƒăźæ™‚èšˆă‚’ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ăăźă“ăšăŻæŒ‡æ‘˜ă•ă‚Œă‚‹ăŸă§ćƒ•è‡Șèș«ăŻćż˜ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸ(笑)。「ああ、そういえばしどたăȘぁ」っど。

―べいうこべは、éœČäŒŽăŻă‚°ăƒƒăƒć„œăăšă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒèš­ćźšă ăŁăŸèšłă§ăŻăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚çąșかにéœČäŒŽăŻă‚°ăƒƒăƒăźæ™‚èšˆă‚’ă—ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŻă©ă“ă©ă“ăźăƒ–ăƒ©ăƒłăƒ‰ăŒć„œăă§ăšă„ă†éąšă«èš­ćźšă‚’æ±șă‚ăŠă„ăŸèšłă§ăŻăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ä»Šć›žă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă ă‹ă‚‰éœČäŒŽăšă„ă†ă“ăšă§ăŻăȘくど、ă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒçš„ă«éœČ䌎ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ïŒ

―ăȘるほどですね。

荒朚éœČäŒŽăŻăƒ‘ăƒȘăźăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ă«ă‚‚èĄŒăŁăŸă—ćˆă†ă­ă€‚ăżăŸă„ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ăŸă€‚

â€•ä»Šć›žăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿè‡Șèș«ă‚‚ăƒ•ă‚ŁăƒŹăƒłăƒ„ă‚§ă‹ă‚‰æ„æ—„ă—ăŸă‚°ăƒƒăƒăźè·äșșă«ć–æă‚’ă—ăŸăă†ă§ă™ăŒă€äž€ç•Șć°è±Ąă«æź‹ăŁăŸă“ăšăŻăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚“ïœžăȘんですかね。ă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ăźăƒ—ăƒ­æ„è­˜ă§ă™ă‹ă­ïŒŸ ăă‚ŒăŻæœŹćœ“ă«ă™ă”ă‹ăŁăŸă€‚ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šè·äșșべいうか、惍いどいるäșșăŸăĄć…šć“ĄăŒăƒ—ăƒ©ă‚€ăƒ‰ă‚’æŒăŁăŠä»•äș‹ă‚’しおいるんだăȘăšæ„Ÿă˜ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă„ă‚ă„ă‚ăȘăƒ–ăƒ©ăƒłăƒ‰ăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‘ă‚Œă©ă€ć‘ă“ă†ăźäșșăŸăĄă«ăšăŁăŠă‚°ăƒƒăƒă§ćƒăăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŻæ†§ă‚ŒăȘんだそうです。みんăȘグッチが侀ç•Șè‰Żă„ăšèš€ăŁăŠăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

â€•è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿè‡Șèș«ă‚‚æŽ‹æœăŻăšăŠă‚‚ć„œăăšäŒșăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă‚°ăƒƒăƒăŻă©ăźçš‹ćșŠăŠæŒăĄă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšéŽăšă‹éž„ăšă‹ăă†ă„ăŁăŸă‚‚ăźăŒć€šă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ„ăšă‹ă—ăȘăŒă‚‰æœăŻă‚ăŸă‚ŠæŒăŁăŠă„ăŸă›ă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă€‚

―では、どんăȘăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŒăŠć„œăă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚è‡Ș戆では着ăȘいんですけど、ăȘă‚“ă‹äžè‰ŻăȘæ„Ÿă˜ăŒć„œăăȘんです。

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ć€‹äșșçš„ă«ăŻäžŠć“ă‚ˆă‚ŠăŻăă†ă„ă†ăźăŒć„œăă§ă™ă­ă€‚

è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źç‹Źç‰čた"ă‚ăźèĄšçŸ"ăźçœŸç›žăšăŻïŒŸ

â€•ä»Šć›žăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźäž­ă§ăŻă€éœČäŒŽă‚‚é€šèšłăźć„łæ€§ă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăƒăźæœă‚’ç€ăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ă‚ă‚ŒăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚‚ăă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăƒăźäœœć“ă‚’æă‘ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă€ă™ăčăŠă‚°ăƒƒăƒă«ćŸčă—ă‚ˆă†ăšă€‚ăă‚ŒăŒç†ç”±ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă˜ă€ăŻăƒžăƒłă‚Źă«ć‡șどくるäșșç‰©ć…šć“ĄăŒă‚°ăƒƒăƒă‚’ç€ăŠă„ă‚‹ă§ă™ăŒă€ăă‚ŒăŻćƒ•ăźă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă‚ă‚“ăŸă‚Šăă†ă„ă†éąšă«èŠ‹ăˆăȘいんですけど。

―そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă˜ă€ăŻæŽ‹æœăźè‰Čă‚’äž€éƒšć€‰ăˆă•ă›ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―çąșかにè‰ČăŒé•ăŁăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚æ°—ăŒă€ăăŸă—ăŸă€‚

è’æœšïŒšć…ƒăźè‰ČăźăŸăŸă ăšă€ç””çš„ă«èŻă‚„ă‹ă•ăšă‹é…è‰Čăźæ„Ÿă˜ăŒă©ă†ă—ăŠă‚‚çŽćŸ—ă„ă‹ăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚èŒ¶è‰Čă ă‘ă§ăŸăšăŸăŁăŠă‚‹ăšă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšć«Œă ăȘăăšă‹æ€ăŁăŠă—ăŸă†ă€‚

―そういうă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ€ăƒŒă«ćŻŸă—ăŠă€ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă‹ă‚‰NGはć‡șăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚è‰Čă«é–ąă—ăŠăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚æœŹćœ“ă«ăŠéĄ˜ă„ă‚’ă—ăŠă€Œă“ăźăƒ‘ăƒłăƒ„ă‚’ç·‘è‰Čă«ă•ă›ăŠăă ă•ă„ïœžă€ăšă‹ăă‚“ăȘæ„Ÿă˜ă§ă—ăŸă€‚ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ăšç””ăŒæČˆă‚€ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăšă—ăŠă€è’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠăźäœœć“ăšă—ăŠé•ă†ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒ

―ăȘă‚‹ă»ă©ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźæœ€ćŸŒăŒă€Œă“ăźăƒăƒƒă‚°ăŻă‚čタンドだったんだ......」べいうă‚Șチですよね。ファンべしどは、あぼバッグぼă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ćăŻäœ•ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă ă‚ă†ïŒŸ ăšă™ă”ăæ°—ă«ăȘったんですが。

荒朚çąșă‹ă«ïŒ çąșă‹ă«ăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ćă‹ïœžă€‚è€ƒăˆăŠăȘかったăȘă‚ă€‚äœ•ăŒè‰Żă„ă ă‚ă†ïŒïŒŸ éŸłæ„œăŁăœă„ă‚‚ăźă§äœ•ă‹......ă€‚ăƒăƒƒă‚°ă«é–ąé€Łă™ă‚‹æ›ČăŻçŸ„ă‚‰ăȘいăȘあ(笑)ă€‚ăă†ăă†ă€‚ă˜ă€ăŻćˆæœŸæź”éšŽăźă‚čăƒˆăƒŒăƒȘăƒŒă§ăŻă€ăƒăƒƒă‚°ă§ăŻăȘくどèȡ澃だったんですよ。

―そうăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăŻă„ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă‹ă‚‰èȥ枃ではăȘăăŠăƒăƒƒă‚Żă«ă—ăŠăă‚ŒăšćŒ·ăăŠéĄ˜ă„ă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™(笑)。

â€•æ›žă‘ăȘいかもしれăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă“ăźè©±ăŻ(笑)。

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ç”æžœçš„ă«ăŻăƒăƒƒă‚°ăźæ–čăŒè©±ăšă—ăŠăŻă‚ˆă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă­ă€‚

â€•ăă†ăă†ă€‚ăŠç„–æŻăĄă‚ƒă‚“ăźćœąèŠ‹ăźăƒăƒƒă‚°ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŻă€ŽćČžèŸșéœČ䌎 ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ăžèĄŒăă€ă§ć†’é ­ă«ăƒăƒ©ăƒƒăšç™»ć Žă—ăŸă€ă‚ăźăŠç„–æŻăĄă‚ƒă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăăźăšăŠă‚Šă§ă™ă€‚æž©æł‰ćźżă‚’ç”Œć–¶ă—ăŠă„ăŸăŠç„–æŻăĄă‚ƒă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă‚‚ă†æ—ąă«æ­»ă‚“ă§ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă€ŽćČžèŸșéœČ䌎 ăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ăžèĄŒăă€ăŻă€éœČäŒŽăŒ17æ­łăźăšăăźè©±ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚

â€•ä»Šć›žă‚‚ă€Œăƒ‘ă‚Ąă‚ĄăƒŒă‚Ąăƒƒă€ăšă‹ă€Œă‚Źăƒ‘ă‚Ąă‚Ąăƒƒă€ăšă‹ă€Œă‚źăƒŁăƒłăƒƒă€ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă†ăȘèĄšçŸăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚Šă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźïœžă€ă§ăŻăŠăȘじみぼ「ă‚Șラă‚Șラă‚Șラă‚Șラă‚Șラă‚Șăƒ©ă€ă€ă€Œç„Ąé§„ç„Ąé§„ç„Ąé§„ç„Ąé§„ç„Ąé§„ç„Ąé§„ă€ă€ă€Œăƒ‰ăƒ©ăƒ©ăƒ©ăƒ©ăƒ©ăƒ©ăƒ©ă€ă€ă€Œă‚șă‚­ăƒ„ă‚„ă‚„ă‚„ăƒłăƒƒă€ăšă„ăŁăŸè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźăƒžăƒłă‚Źç‹Źç‰čăźă‚ăźèĄšçŸăŻă€ă©ă“ă‹ă‚‰ă‚€ăƒłă‚čăƒ”ăƒŹăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’ć—ă‘ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ŒăŻä»•äș‹äž­ă‚‚ă‚ąă‚€ăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚ąă‚’è€ƒăˆă‚‹ăšăă‚‚ă€ă„ă€ă‚‚éŸłæ„œă‚’èŽă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăăźăƒŽăƒȘですね。あべはăƒȘă‚șăƒ ă§ă™ă€‚æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšăăŁăŠăƒăƒŒăƒ ăźăƒȘă‚șăƒ ăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă“ă§æœ€ćŸŒă«ă€Œăƒƒăƒƒăƒƒăƒ„ă‚ąăƒŒ!!ă€ăŁăŠăźă°ă—ăŸă‚Šă€‚ăă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă“ă“ă§ă“ă‚“ăȘéŸłæ„œăŒăă‚‹ăšă€Œă‚șă‚­ăƒ„ă‚„ă‚„ă‚„ăƒłăƒƒïŒă€ăšă‹ă€‚

â€•ă‚ăšă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŒçȘç„¶è±čć€‰ă—ăŠă—ăŸă†ăƒ‘ă‚żăƒŒăƒłă‚‚ă‚ˆăă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ć€§äșșă—ă„ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸäșșăŒćźŸăŻèżœă„ă€ă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠäșșăŒć€‰ă‚ă‚‹ăšă‹ă€æă„ăŠă„ăŠæ„œă—ă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ€§æ ŒăŸă§ćŽ©ćŁŠă—ăŠă„ăæ„Ÿă˜ăšă‹ă€‚

â€•è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźäž­ă§äž€ç•Șć„œăăȘă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒăŻèȘ°ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă„ăŸăŸă§æă„ăŸäž­ă§ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

―はい。

è’æœšïŒšă‚“ïœžă€Œé‡ăĄăƒŒă€ăŁăŠă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă„ă‚ă‚“ăȘăšă“ă‚ă‹ă‚‰ă€ć°éŠ­ă‚„çŽ°ă‹ă„ă‚‚ăźă‚’æ‹ŸăŁăŠăă‚‹ă‚čă‚żăƒłăƒ‰ă‚’äœżă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă€Œé‡ăĄăƒŒă€ăŻè‰Żă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆăƒŒă€‚ă‚ăšăĄă‚‡ăŁăšé ­ăŒè‰ŻăăȘさそうăȘăšă“ă‚ă‚‚ç™’ă•ă‚ŒăŸă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚äž»äșșć…Źă§ăŻä»—ćŠ©ăŁăŠăźăŒć„œăăȘんですけど。

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è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ™źæź”ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźïœžă€ăŁăŠç„žè©±çš„ă«æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă§ă‚‚çŹŹ4郹は「隣ぼäșșă€ăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ăŒă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚èș«èż‘ăȘäșșăŁăŠæ„Ÿă˜ă€‚ăăźäž­ă§ă‚‚ă€Œé‡ăĄăƒŒă€ă§ă™ă€‚èƒœćŠ›ă‚‚è‰Żă„ă§ă™ă­ăƒŒă€‚ă‚ă‚ŒăŻæł„æŁ’ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚èœăĄăŠă‚‹ă‚‚ăźă‚’æ‹ŸăŁăŠă‚‹ă ă‘ă ă‹ă‚‰æ‚ȘいこべはしどăȘいんです。

â€•ă§ăŻć°‘ă—è©±ă—ă‚’æˆ»ă—ăŠă€‚è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăšăŁăŠă€ă€Œè‰Żă„ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăƒ–ăƒ©ăƒłăƒ‰ă€ăšăŻă©ă†ă„ă†ăƒ–ăƒ©ăƒłăƒ‰ă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăŸăšć“èłȘăŒç”¶ćŻŸă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ç€ćżƒćœ°ăŒè‰ŻăăŠă€è‡Șć·±äž»ćŒ”ă›ăšă€ăă‚Œă§ă„ăŠć°è±Ąă«æź‹ă‚‹ă‚„ă€ă§ă™ă€‚é›Łă—ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă«ăŻăă‚ŒăŒă‚ă‚‹ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―ăȘるほどですね。

è’æœšïŒšă ă‹ă‚‰ă‚„ă‚Šă™ăŽăȘă„ćŻžæ­ąă‚ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăă‚ŒăŒè‰Żă„ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ćƒ•ăŻäžè‰ŻăŁăœă„ăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŒć…„ăŁăŠă‚‹ăźă‚‚ăźăŒć„œăă§ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ăŒă€æ€ă„ăŁăă‚Šäžè‰Żă§ăŻăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăă“ă«äžŠć“ă•ă‚‚ćż…èŠăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă‚°ăƒƒăƒă‚’ăŻă˜ă‚ăšă™ă‚‹ă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąăźăƒ•ă‚Ąăƒƒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŻăă†ă„ă†ăšă“ă‚ăŒă™ă”ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăŸă•ă«ćŻžæ­ąă‚ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

â€•ă‚ă‹ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă§ăŻæœ€ćŸŒăźèłȘ敏です。éœČäŒŽăŻăƒ‘ăƒȘăźăƒ«ăƒŒăƒŽăƒ«ă«èĄŒăŁăŠă€ăƒ•ă‚ŁăƒŹăƒłăƒ„ă‚§ăźă‚°ăƒƒăƒă«ă‚‚èĄŒăŁăŠă€ä»Šć›žæ–°ćźżă«ă‚‚èĄŒăăŸă—ăŸă€‚æŹĄăŻă©ă“ă«èĄŒăă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšæŹĄăŻćŻŒćŁ«ć±±ăšă‹è‰Żă„ă§ă™ă­(笑)。 だっおNYăšă‹èĄŒă‹ăȘそうじゃăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ ă©ă†ă›ă ăŁăŸă‚‰éœČäŒŽăŒç”¶ćŻŸă«èĄŒă‹ăȘさそうăȘ、マニケックăȘăšă“ă‚ă«èĄŒă‹ă›ăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

GUCCI × HIROHIKO ARAKI × SPUR 「ćČžèŸșéœČ䌎 æ–°ćźżăžèĄŒăă€ć±• 䌚期2011ćčŽ9月17æ—„(期)10æ—„6æ—„(朚) äŒšć ŽïŒšă‚°ăƒƒăƒæ–°ćźż 䜏所東äșŹéƒœæ–°ćźżćŒșæ–°ćźż3-26-11[27]

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đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki

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―氏歩生ぼ頃からă‚ȘăƒȘă‚žăƒŠăƒ«äœœć“ăšăŻé©šăă§ă™ă­ă€‚

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è’æœšă•ă‚“ă€€ćƒ•ăŻăƒ‘ă‚œă‚łăƒłăŻäœżă‚ăšïŒŒć…šăŠæ‰‹æăă§ă™ă€‚è‰Čă‚’ćĄ—ă‚‹ăšăă‚‚æ‰‹ă§ćĄ—ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăă†ă™ă‚‹ăšïŒŒä»•äș‹ă§ćˆ©ăæ‰‹ăźćłæ‰‹ă°ă‹ă‚Šäœżă†ă“ずにăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ăźă§ïŒŒäœ“ăźăƒăƒ©ăƒłă‚čă‚’ăšă‚‹ăŸă‚ă«ïŒŒăƒ‰ă‚ąă‚’é–‹ă‘ă‚‹ăšăăȘă©ïŒŒæ—„ćžžă§ăŻć‡șæ„ă‚‹é™ă‚Šć·Šæ‰‹ă‚’äœżă†ă‚ˆă†ă«ćżƒæŽ›ă‘ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

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è’æœšă•ă‚“ă€€ă¶ă‚ŒăȘいべいうこべでしょうか。è‡Ș戆を信じどいăȘă„ăšïŒŒă©ă†ă—ăŠă‚‚ă¶ă‚ŒăŠă—ăŸă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ç›źæš™ă‚’èš­ćźšă—ăŠă„ăŠă‚‚ïŒŒèż·ă†ă“ăšăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚èȘ­è€…ăźćéŸżăŒăȘă„ăšè™šă—ăăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă—ă­ă€‚

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è’æœšă•ă‚“ă€€é€ŁèŒ‰ă‚’æŒă€æŒ«ç”»ćź¶ăšă„ă†ăšïŒŒćŻă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘă„ïŒŒăŠéąšć‘‚ă«ć…„ă‚ŒăȘいべいうようăȘă‚€ăƒĄăƒŒă‚žăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ăŒïŒŒćƒ•ăŻè‹„ă„é ƒă‹ă‚‰èŠć‰‡æ­Łă—ăç”ŸæŽ»ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ćŸčć€œă‚’ă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘă“ăšă‚‚ăŸăšăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ç· ćˆ‡ă‚’ç ŽăŁăŸă“ăšă‚‚äž€ćșŠă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚

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è’æœšă•ă‚“ă€€ćƒ•ăŻæŹĄăźç· ćˆ‡ă§ăŻăȘăïŒŒæŹĄăźæŹĄăźç· ćˆ‡ăŸă§è€ƒăˆăŠäœœć“ă‚’æă„ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăƒ€ăƒŽă‚ŁăƒłăƒăŒç”Ÿæ¶Żă‚’ă‹ă‘ăŠăƒąăƒŠăƒȘă‚¶ă‚’æăç¶šă‘ăŸă‚ˆă†ă«ïŒŒç””ăŻç„Ąé™ă«æ‰‹ă‚’ćŠ ăˆăŠæă‘ă‚‹ăźă§ïŒŒç”‚ă‚ă‚Šă©ă“ă‚ăŻè‡Ș戆でæ±șめるこずにăȘă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚é€ŁèŒ‰ăźć Žćˆă«ăŻïŒŒæŹĄă€…ć›žăźç· ćˆ‡ăźă“ăšă‚’è€ƒăˆăŠïŒŒæ‰‹ă‚’ćŠ ăˆă‚‹ăźăŻă“ă“ăŸă§ă«ă—ă‚ˆă†ăšæ±șめるわけです。

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Magazine
Interview
Published December 2011
đŸ‘€ Kouhei Kadono
📜

“

"Why did you choose Fugo as the subject for the novel?"

When it came to the subject matter, anything was allowed. I figured I could do basically anything within the "JoJo" universe. That said, writing a novel about Fugo was just really convenient for me. There were other candidates, but this was a story I just had to write.

"What were the other candidates?"

For example, where exactly did Stroheim die in Stalingrad? (laughs) The thought always entertained me, though I wonder if it's something readers would enjoy as well.

This other idea is a bit odd, but instead of directly competing with Araki-sensei, I wanted to try a "Futaro Yamada" style JoJo story. For Part 5, perhaps you could call it "Italian Ninja Scrolls".

"Much like the villains in JoJo, the ones in Purple Haze Feedback have a very powerful presence."

Araki-sensei drew the characters and Stands, but it gave me the most peculiar feeling. After seeing his material, I couldn't help thinking, "Did I write this?" That is, even though I had come up with the characters and Stands myself, I got a sense that they weren't really mine at all... I suppose this is the power of the original work. The novel also goes into further detail on their visuals, but I was surprised and delighted by how well Araki-sensei picked up on them.

”

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Website/Online
Interview
Published July 5, 2012
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
📜

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Interview
Published October 5, 2012
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Interviewer: “JoJolion” has been a bit more erotic in comparison to previous arcs but is this a conscious decision? Is there a motive behind this shift?

Araki: I wanted to draw something that I had never drawn before. Therefore, it’s probably the first time bust shots have made an appearance. As for the art, I want to draw a looser style. Instead of having a constant focus on intense fights, I think the readers also enjoy the off-beat interactions as well. Up until now I was pursuing the element of fear but I also want to incorporate a sense of relatability and looser aspects.

Interviewer: How have you specifically actualized these ideas?

Araki: For example, I have increased the number of white panels. I try not to draw everything to perfection but rather with a little more openness. I could illustrate as dark as I did previously but I intentionally included more white elements so the reader could pass through a section without being heavily invested in a facetious scene.

Interviewer: I do really enjoy how the art throughout the “JoJo” series has constantly evolved.

Araki: Rather than trying to change, I try to avoid illustrating old, already existing art. However, I do realize there are characters like Koichi Hirose or Tamami Kobayashi whose heights have gradually shrunk and that’s not great... haha.

Interviewer: Like, Funny Valentine from part 7 was the opposite as he steadily grew.

Araki: Ha, That’s okay because he was working out! (laughs) In reality, the characters constantly move through their lines and poses and they just happen naturally like the flow of nature.

Interviewer: Regarding the dialogue, it’s really amazing because the lines are so memorable that they even publish books such as “Famous quotes from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”

Araki: It’s amazing isn’t it! Haha! When I see my work being accepted by the younger generations, I feel glad to have been drawing all this time.

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Event
Interview
Published October 19, 2012
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki

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Published August 27, 2013
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Guidebook
Interview
Published August 29, 2013
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
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Video Game

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I don't play fighting games myself, so I can't comment on that aspect, but I think it's amazing how perfectly they were able to recreate everything. It's beautiful. Whenever people try and adapt JoJo they always want to use a bunch of different colors. But this game actually suppresses the colors and makes them refined/quiet. I think this is good, because it will keep players' eyes from getting tired. I think the more colors on the screen increases the exhaustion in one's eyes. I also think the cutting-edge CG technology they used did a great job of capturing the atmosphere.

The characters have been recreated so well, they may look cooler than they are in the manga. (Laugh) There's a psychological level to the battles here. I like how they've made it something more than just a fighting game.

The town of Morioh appears in Parts 4 and 8, but they're in parallel worlds, so they aren't linked in time or space. The two Josukes would never meet each other normally. With this game, though, it becomes possible. At first I was bit taken aback. But then the bizarre nature to it all really got me interested. It's very entertaining. I would never allow something like this in the manga, but since this is a game, it's cool. Same thing with Jotaro fighting Dio Brando. The way the characters look is so different over the parts, though, that normally if you lined them all up they'd look very out of place with each other. But this game fixes all that, and I think that's one of its strengths.

Personally, I play a lot of horror action/adventure games. I like exploring a lot, not just fighting. I like puzzle games too. And I like sports and racing games too, as you might have figured from my inclusions of F-MEGA and Oh! That's a Baseball! in part 3. Lately games have been getting really "real." I still like cheap-looking games like F-MEGA.

Lately, though, I haven't really played any fighting games or shooting games. When I get excited during battles, my Adrenalin pumps up. I want games to heal me. That's why I play horror games. Horror heals me. (Laugh) Even in this game, the punch animations are just too fast for me. I'd rather watch them in slow motion.

I wish I had a technique that girls liked. (Laugh) Or, I wish I could appear as a side character, who says "Do your best!" and offers up an energy drink or something.

People who started reading JoJo when they were young have now become adults and are contributing to this project. I'm really amazed. And moved that we can work together to let the next generation read JoJo. I was so surprised when I heard they were going to make an anime. For 20 years, I've thought about how unsuited JoJo was for TV. (Laugh) It ended up being a lot bigger than I imagined it would. I'm so glad the fans enjoyed it.

People say my gallery showing in Florence was a success, but I don't have any strong feelings about that personally. But one thing I did notice is that whenever I go to Italy, I always hear people talking about Japanese manga. Dragon Ball, Naruto, and Yu Gi Oh are all very popular. And whenever people talk about Japanese manga they always talk about Japanese soccer. I suppose Captain Tsubasa has had a lot of influence over there. Whenever you mention Japan in Italy, it's either Naruto or Nagamoto (soccer player).

I listen to country and Western music a lot. It's like American "enka" music. I like the pure, "human" sound of the vocals.

As for movies, I mainly watch suspense and horror. Recently I saw "Life of Pi" and "Gangster Squad." They were very good. There look to be a lot of good horror movies coming out in 2013, including the Evil Dead remake, so I'm excited.

From here on out, in JoJolion, I plan to focus on the Higashikata family in more detail. But it won't be linked to Part 4 in any way. People keep asking me when Rohan Kishibe will appear, so let me answer that question: he won't. (Laugh) That is absolutely set in stone. Another weird mangaka might appear, though.

Q. What is manga to you?

A. Like how food is a blessing from the sky and earth, I think manga is a blessing from society. I'm receiving ideas and inspiration from Japan.

Q. Who do you respect?

A. Many people... Shirato Sanpei and Fujiko Fujio I've respected since long ago. Recently, I've really thought about how amazing pro mangaka who came before me are. Like how they've polished themselves so much, how much work they were able to handle... it'd be impossible in the present day. They were always so pure about how they faced their work. They weren't drawing manga because they wanted to become someone great. they just wanted to draw. That's what's so amazing.

Q. What's the most important thing in the world to you?

A. A lot is important to me... hmm. The most important thing would be my breathing technique, I suppose. (LOL) If my breathing gets bad, my stomach starts to hurt. So every morning, I use a special breathing technique. I store up breath around my ribs. It trains my inner muscles and connects me with the universe. It's pretty deep.
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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure X Assassination Classroom Hirohiko Araki & Yusei Matsui

Dream talk session

A chance meeting between Yusei Matsui, author of the popular Weekly Jump manga "Assassination Classroom", and Hirohiko Araki, who has built a unique world within his "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure". During this relaxed discussion, they raise the curtain on their work methods.

Even though I look like this, I'm an outdoors type of guy (laughs). -Araki

Thank you for coming today! Matsui-sensei ate Araki-sensei's cod roe spaghetti and chicken soup. Can you give us an impression?

Matsui: Really, I'm overwhelmed by being able to eat the food an artist I look up to made. The chicken soup had a really gentle flavour and I felt it was very invigorating. The spaghetti was good too!

Araki-sensei, you said you like to cook as a divergence from your work. Are making food and making manga similar in any way?

Araki: Well, not really (laughs). However, I make both manga and food in gratitude of many things, so I guess they spring from the same source.

You just ate together. Do you do anything special to keep up your health, and what are your favorite foods?

Matsui: I just eat stuff I buy at the convenience store. I take nutritional supplements and go out to eat some proper food every now and then, so I really don’t fuss over my health much yet.

Araki: I don’t eat anything after 6pm. I eat whatever I like in the morning and afternoon, but I don’t eat anything in the evening. If you eat while working in the evenings, you’ll definitely get fat. If you get fat, you won’t want to move and you’ll fall into a downwards spiral, so I’m careful about my health.

Matsui: You’re still very slim. Do you exercise regularly?

Araki: I do.

Matsui: When did you start?

Araki: I think that when people hit their 40s, they’ll want to take up running because they’re tense about their health. I used to like diving and mountaineering, so from there I started running. I actually like exercising. Even though I look like this, I’m an outdoors type of guy (laughs).

Matsui: I didn’t mind exercise before I started Assassination Classroom, but as soon as the serialisation started, my will to exercise disappeared. Moreover, I feel like muscles get in the way when I’m just sitting and letting my mind work at full force, so it can’t be helped. To draw manga you just need your head and hands. Anything else is unnecessary. Although I do think I should keep up my stamina while doing a serialisation, so it’d be bad if I kept going like this.

Mangaka can take a break whenever they want, but they don’t get any holidays. –Matsui'

Photo caption: Jojo has moved to Ultra Jump since Steel Ball Run. Araki-sensei is currently working on Jojolion, but he says the current amount of pages matches his personal rhythm better.

How do you two gather data and materials?

Matsui: I’ve been relying on the internet a lot recently.

Araki: For me it’s still books. However, I have to buy them at a physical bookstore, or it won’t work. I want to choose a book from a bookstore that I like.

Matsui: Where do you buy them normally?

Araki: In Shinjuku or Aoyama. If I go there I’ll know what’s popular, or what the staff recommends. I want to see those things. If I look online I’ll just see the things I like. Without realising I’ll only look for the things I like, so bookstores and CD shops in which I can see what others recommend are an indispensable source of information for me.

I’d like to ask about your weekly schedules and how you work. Araki-sensei, has your work pace changed since you moved from Weekly Jump to Ultra Jump?

Araki: Weekly Jump was 19 pages per week, but that rhythm didn’t work for me. I really wanted to draw 21 pages per week. Since I’ve gone to Ultra Jump it’s become 45 pages per month. This matches my natural work rhythm better, so I can draw comfortably every month.

Matsui: That’s unusual! For me, 19 pages per week is a bit too much. Bringing that to 21 pages even
 doesn’t it become a bit demanding? (laughs)

Araki: That’s true. But for Jojo I want the decisive panels to be big, so the page count goes up anyway.

Matsui: That’s typical of Jojo. If you put in “gogogogo” leading up to the decisive panels
. You’d have 21 pages very quickly.

Araki: Perhaps, yes. But what do you do when your name* ends at 17 pages? (*t/n: A name is a manga manuscript)

Matsui: It’s not that hard to increase the amount. If I’m 2 pages short I’ll consult with my editor. He’ll generally say something like “let’s add these elements”, and when I incorporate those it usually turns out fine. That’s the easiest way.

Araki: I see.

Matsui: On the other hand, it’s much harder to take things out of the material I’ve already got. I take care not to waste too much time on that. I’ve already got my hands full just trying to get it done every week. How did you manage when you worked weekly?

Araki: On Sunday I’d do the name. On Monday I got that checked by my editor, and from Tuesday to Thursday I’d draw with the assistants. On Thursday we’d also discuss the next chapter. Friday and Saturday were my days off.

Matsui: What an ideal week. For veterans like you or Akimoto-sensei* it’s okay, but there’s no one of my age that can pull that off.

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 Akimoto Osamu, the creator of Weekly Jump’s longest running manga, Kochikame. He’s looked up to by other mangaka for thoroughly keeping to his schedule and never missing a deadline in over 40 years of serialisation.

Photo caption: Matsui-sensei is giving his all for Assassination Classroom. He doesn’t have time to take a holiday at this point.

Araki: What does your weekly schedule look like?

Matsui: 3 days for the name, 2 days for the sketches. Finishing up with the assistants also takes 2 days. Recently I’ve changed this to 4 days for the name, 1 day for the sketches and 2 days for finishing up with the assistants. There isn’t a day where I can take the whole day off. However, I think the 4 days I take for the name do include breaks of some kind. Mangaka can take a break whenever they want, but they don’t get any holidays. If you have some free time, you have to use every spare moment to make your story more interesting. It’s hard to take a proper holiday. In that sense, you veterans are good at relaxing. The better you get at work, the better you get at play.

Araki: Fujiko A-sensei* is amazing. I think it’s something personal, that exceeds technique, which brings forth that sort of appeal to a manga.

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A veteran mangaka famous for works such as Pro Golfer Saru and The Laughing Salaryman. Also famous for associating with a wide variety of people, such as the actress Rie Miyazawa and the singer Inoshita Yousui.

Matsui: In my own generation there aren’t that many people that can relax like that. Myself especially, I can’t even say I have a hobby of any kind. That unrelenting energy and willpower, staying active as a mangaka until your 60s
. I can’t imagine it. Last year was Jojo’s 25th year, but you don’t draw it thinking “I should keep going” or anything do you?

Araki: I don’t.

Matsui: Your body moves naturally?

Araki: No. But 30 years pass in no time at all, you know. And I have examples like A-sensei and Akimoto-sensei.

Matsui: To me, you’re a great example as well!

Araki: Thank you. I’m already 53, but I think I should try to keep going until I’m about 60. I think you should take it easy and focus on making your current work interesting!

Next, I’d like to hear about your works. I’d like to talk about Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure first. How was it when your serialisation first started a quarter century ago?

Araki: When I debuted in the 80’s, Jump was full of people that emitted this intense power. I debuted amongst that, so in order to survive I had to emit a power strong enough to stand up to them. In other words, I had to show my own style. When I started Jojo, I think I finally managed to show something like that. I finally found my own direction. In the 7–8 years before that, I kept wandering, struggling to find my originality, my colour. Those were my twenties.

Matsui: But from our point of view, the works you made before that, like “Magic Boy B.T.” and “Baoh”, are pretty distinct as well! No matter how you look at it, it’s Araki-ism.

Araki: Back then, I used to draw while looking at Shirato-sensei’s* works. I moved my pen, wondering what to do.

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One of the pioneers of the “narrative comic” genre of manga in the 1960’s. He gained fame with his ninja works such as “Sasuke”, and managed to draw adults to manga with the philosophical elements of “The Legend of Kamui”.

Matsui: I get that. To me, you were my Shirato-sensei. When I was young, I tried really hard to get rid of your influence. I think I’ve finally managed to shed all of it recently.

Araki: ‘Hiding’ those things means you’ve finally found your own sense of direction. You can clearly draw whatever it is that you want to draw. You can’t have any doubts there.

Matsui: That’s right. But I think it’s too late to escape things I already know. For instance, if an enemy is slowly following someone and it’d be good to put in “gogogogogo”, I think to myself “If you put it in, you lose”, but I still end up putting it in. It’s like that. I mean to put in something original, but then when I look back at it later I often think “This was influenced by that work”.

Araki: For me, it’s the main characters’ thick eyebrows. It took me 10 years to get those thick boy’s magazine-style eyebrows back to thin eyebrows. Truth be told, I just can’t do it because thin eyebrows gross me out. Maybe it’s just bias, but without realising, this influence became deeply ingrained within me.

Matsui: Jotaro had some pretty thick ones too.

Araki: Yes. A supporting character like Kakyoin can have thin eyebrows, but for a main character like Jotaro I just can’t make them thin.

Matsui: Back then, there was that kind of formula where characters with thin eyebrows had weak emotions, so they were supporting characters.

Araki: But when you’re trying to follow your own path, you should break away from those formulas.

Matsui: That’s true! By the way, how old were you when you started Jojo?

Araki: I was about 26-27. You see, people who were at the top like Yudetamago-sensei* and Takahashi Youichi-sensei*already found their style in their teens. So I was really fretting. At the time it gave me a serious complex.

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A famous manga duo known for the superhuman pro wrestling comic “Kinnikuman”. You can still read new episodes of Kinnikuman in Weekly Playboy Webcomic!
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The mangaka of the immortal soccer manga “Captain Tsubasa”. His works gave rise to an immense soccer boom amongst primary school kids, and has influenced many J-leaguers and world-famous soccer players.

Matsui: Nowadays people are quite premature. I was quite late as well, debuting at 25, so I was pretty frantic until I became 30.

I think that even amongst all those other manga, Jojo is a particularly ambitious work. – Matsui.

Araki: Have you ever had your manuscript rejected by an editor before?

Matsui: Actually, it’s only been small comments like adjusting the dialogue in one panel. I haven’t really had any rejection, so I can say I’ve been allowed to draw freely. What’s rejection like?

Araki: I was once made to redraw all 19 pages! That’s how it was back then. New mangaka all had to undergo this kind of baptism. If you said “I only have two days left, do I really have to redraw everything?” they just replied with “Kurumada-sensei* does it too”.

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Kurumada Masami-sensei of “Kojirou of the Fuuma” and “Saint Seiya” fame. One of Weekly Jump’s top runners, churning out hit series since the 70’s.

Matsui: That’s unfair! In those 2 precious days you could have thought of some valuable topics.

Araki: However, if I look back at it, my drawings were really kind of unstable. The faces on the first and last page are a little different.

Matsui: Couldn’t you have tried getting really angry to see if your editor would give in? (laughs)

Everyone bursts out laughing.

Araki: I tried to protest, but it was futile. Even my popular seniors redrew their work if the editor demanded it. A beginner like me had no margin to object, so I resigned to redrawing.

Matsui: Back then they had that style of training where rookies were burdened both mentally and physically.

Araki: That’s right. Something like the Showa* style. In any case, it was ridiculous! (laughs) (*t/n: Showa is the historical period lasting from 1926 to 1986)

Matsui: I think that these days the editors don’t need to test them that much, since there are a lot of people who will draw without complaining or fighting. Even though it’s the same Weekly Jump, it really changes with the times.

Araki: Though I think the passion to bring interesting manga to the readers hasn’t changed.

Matsui: That’s right. I agree!

Matsui-sensei, you think that Jojo is the greatest masterpiece in history when it comes to drawing grotesque things. But what do you think is so greatly grotesque about Jojo?

Matsui: A lot of the grotesque things are in plain view, and it’s not as if these things can just be healed again. That’s impossible in other manga!

Araki: That’s why I got a lot of rejections. I couldn’t show erotica either. Even if I used stands to portray things, it was all rejected.

Matsui: I think they allowed a lot more than in other works though.

Araki: Well, there were many unprecedented things in Jojo, so the hurdle was pretty low. Still, there were a lot of topics that got rejected.

Matsui: Wow! I’m really curious!! But I’m sure they’re kind of embarrassing to say.

Araki: Yes (laughs).

Matsui: I think that even amongst all those other manga, Jojo is a particularly ambitious work. I’m really interested in the things you thought up that were too ambitious for your editor to understand. I wanted to see those things. It’s a real pity

 Ah, I also get the feeling that you’re alternating between drawing Jojo in a small and a large world setting. Were you aiming for that?

Araki: Maybe I was, yes. Thank you for noticing. When you’ve drawn a small world for a long time, don’t you feel like travelling? I’m just repeating that process.

Matsui: So Morioh, which also appears in Jojolion, is an example of that too?

Photo caption: In Sendai, which stood model for Morioh, there have been many collaborations, like celebrating Jojo's 25th anniversary with an exhibition last year.

Araki: Yes. I used my hometown of Sendai in Miyagi prefecture as a model for Morioh. I made it into a fictional place because I thought they might complain, but they were really happy I used it. I thought “The times sure have changed”.

Matsui: I was actually pretty surprised you drew such a familiar world for your manga.

Araki: Someone told me “I was surprised to see you do something Japanese”. Is it that surprising?

Matsui: Yes. Even when Morioh first appeared in part 4, it still had something foreign.

Araki: But in my personal life I don’t really get out of the neighbourhood I live in. Before I drew part 5 I went to Italy every year though. Recently I haven’t gone out of the country for anything non-work related.

Jojo is currently up to part 8, but what has been the main cause for you to continue for over 25 years?

Araki: It’s accidental. I didn’t plan for it to be like this, nor did I expect it. I don’t even know what will happen next year.

Last time you said you wanted to continue drawing until you were 60, but what part is Jojo up to by then?

Araki: I’m really not thinking about that! I’m just giving Jojolion my all right now. We’ll know when we get there, won’t we (laughs).

Matsui: That reminds me
.. you like zombie movies and horror-type things don’t you?

Araki: I love all zombie movies, from the masterpieces to the absolutely terrible ones.

Matsui: I really don’t have a hobby, so I’d like to have one. I don’t really like gaming either. If I had to say anything, it’d probably just be eating good food.

Araki: You don’t watch horror movies?

Matsui: I watch some every now and then, but I can’t say I watch them all or anything. I’m the type of person who decides what to use from a small number of good and bad movies, rather than learn from watching a lot of them.

Araki: Ah, I see
.. I thought you must be a horror movie fan too though.

Matsui: Well, it’s true that I love horror movies. Jojo is like horror movies in that at a glance, it seems to be in a genre that people would avoid, but is loved by everyone anyway and does really well.

Araki: You’re too kind. But it’s good to be perverse too! It’s fine to be perverse as long as you keep it limited. If you get serious about it no one will like you.

Matsui: Yes. If it doesn’t have some kind of charm about it, people won’t like it in the end. Even the most inhumane character should have some kind of charm point. In that sense, don’t you think zombies are super charming?

Araki: Exactly! Zombie movies are really great. I think there’s something wrong with people who say “I can’t watch zombie movies because they’re scary”, even though they haven’t watched any (laughs). But I’ll go on forever if we keep talking about zombie movies, so let’s end it here.

Everyone bursts out laughing.

Araki: We’d need 2 hours if we had this conversation, so let’s talk about zombie movies another time.

As long as the starting point is controversial, it’s fine to be moral afterwards. -Matsui

Photo caption: Korosensei has many tentacles. The gap between his striking appearance and his personality as a humorous, ideal teacher has been reflected in the story since its beginning.

Araki-sensei, I’d like to hear your thoughts on Assassination Classroom.

Araki: It deals with a pretty risky theme, so if it was handled wrong there’d be a lot of complaints. Within that theme you’ve managed to draw about things like school life and friendship, while still keeping morality in mind. It thought that was splendid.

Matsui: I always take great care in making sure no one will copy the actions in my work. For that reason I also needed to create a teacher that isn’t human. The students also use fake knives for their assassinations, so I’m really careful.

Araki: I see. But that edge is what makes it charming. The title, “Assassination Classroom”, is pretty controversial too.

Matsui: It’s just that though. I make the start controversial and then play it safe on the rest.

Araki: But having “assassination” as a theme is still pretty controversial.

Matsui: Thank you! That reminds me. In Jojo, people would slip in the bath and look up at the ceiling
...at which point the battle starts. I don’t think there’s anyone else but you who could turn such an every-day scene into a dramatic, tense battle.

Araki: That’s thanks to working for Weekly Jump all those years. You simply have to draw battles. That’s a very unique working culture, isn’t it? But it’s also a curse that’s quite hard to get rid of.

Matsui: It makes me want to see you draw something that isn’t about battles. What would it be like if you drew a genuine story manga?

Araki: Wouldn’t that be pretty boring? (laughs) In the end, I think battles are the foundation of manga. There’s a main character, a villain and friends. I think my themes are pretty conventional, such as “Good and Evil” or “Conflict”. But even if you make it romance or gags, isn’t everything a battle in the end? Whether you’re deciding to have curry or ramen for lunch; every choice you make is a form of battle.

Matsui: I see! I’m also pretty conscious of what kinds of characters would appeal to kids these days. The kids niche might change and all. Maybe I dealt with it the wrong way, but when I drew this pretty bad character getting beaten up, some people still disapproved of that, even though I got a lot of votes*. (*t/n: The popularity of manga in WJ is decided by a system of voting through a survey card that is attached in the magazine every week. You pick your three favourite manga of that week and send it in.)

Araki: So you should have let them reconcile.

Matsui: No matter how bad the character is, if you just beat them up it’ll end up leaving a bad taste.

Araki: In Jojo they’re just beyond recovery though. When I think “I don’t need these guys anymore”.

Everyone bursts out laughing.

Matsui: “They put me through all that, so I can have my revenge”, right? I’m jealous that your unique worldview is so accepted by the readers.

I think Assassination Classroom’s story will progress rapidly from here on out, but will we be seeing any new characters?

Photo caption: The students keep developing through their time with Korosensei. The story will expand even further in the second semester!!

Matsui: I had a very solid structure for the first semester. Introducing the characters, introducing the world setting. By now I think everyone will remember the students’ names and faces, so I want to gradually expand the story through the second semester. I’m thinking I could show the kids using their assassination skills in the outside world a bit more.

We look forward to future developments! Finally, if you could give each other some words of encouragement, as well as a message to the Jump Live readers?

Matsui: I couldn’t say everything because I was so nervous, but since middle school, Jojo has been part of my youth. I can’t put it all in one word, but if I must say something it’s
.. I love it!!

Araki: I don’t get many chances to meet artists from the new generation, so I was really glad to be able to do this. I’m honoured to have been asked for this and I’m grateful we were able to have such a deep conversation. This time it was a video and a discussion, but next time I’d like to draw manga too. Thank you for everything today.

Matsui: Aw, you’ve said everything already.

Everyone bursts out laughing.

Matsui: Assassination Classroom is contributing to Jump Live in various ways, like mini-games and special drawings. Korosensei has a pretty simple form, so it’s easy to make him appear in all sorts of things. I’d like to have him use that light footwork and appear in Jump Live again sometime, so please keep supporting us!

And just like that, this bizarre special discussion comes to an end! Look forward to Araki-sensei and Matsui-sensei’s further activities![32]

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ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ă‚’é€ŁèŒ‰ă—ăŸæ™‚ă€ă‚„ăŁăšăă†ă„ă†ă‚‚ăźăŒć‡șă›ăŸæ°—ăŒă—ăŸă€‚è‡Ș戆ぼæ–čć‘æ€§

ăŒćˆ†ă‹ăŁăŠăă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ăă“ăŸă§ăźïŒ—ïœžïŒ˜ćčŽăŻă€è‡Șćˆ†ă ă‘ăźć€‹æ€§ă€è‰Čă‚’æŽąă—ăŠă‚‚


ăŒăç¶šă‘ă€èż·è”°ă—ăŠă„ăŸă­ăƒŒă€‚ăă‚“ăȘ20ä»Łă§ă—ăŸă€‚

束äș•ïŒšăăźć‰ă«æă‹ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă€Žé­”ć°‘ćčŽăƒ“ăƒŒ ăƒ†ă‚ŁăƒŒă€ă‚„ă€Žăƒă‚ȘăƒŒæ„èšȘè€…ă€ă‚‚ă€

ćƒ•ă‚‰ă‹ă‚‰èŠ‹ăŸă‚‰è‰ČがハッキăƒȘă—ăŠăŸă™ă‚ˆïŒă©ă†èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚è’æœšă‚€ă‚șムじゃăȘいですか。

è’æœšïŒšă‚ăźèŸșăźäœœć“ăŻă€ç™œćœŸć…ˆç”ŸïŒˆâ€»ïŒ‘ïŒ‰ăźäœœć“ ă ăšă‹ăă†ă„ă†ăźă‚’ć‹‰ćŒ·ă—ăȘがら

æă„ăŠăŸă€‚ă©ă†ă—ăŠă„ă„ă‹ă€èż·ă„ăȘがらもペンを拕かしどいたんだよね。

※1.1960ćčŽä»Łă€ă€ŽćŠ‡ç”»ă€ăšă„ă†ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ«ă‚’ çąșç«‹ă•ă›ăŸăƒ‘ă‚€ă‚Șăƒ‹ă‚ąăźïŒ‘äșș。

『ゔă‚čă‚±ă€ç­‰ăźćżè€…ă‚‚ăźă§äșșæ°—ă‚’ćšă—ă€ă€Žă‚«ăƒ ă‚€ äŒă€ăŻăăźć“Č歩的憅ćźčă§ă€æ•°ć€šăăźć€§

äșșèȘ­è€…ă‚’ăƒžăƒłă‚ŹăžăšćŒ•ăèŸŒă‚“ă ă€‚

束äș•ïŒšćˆ†ă‹ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ćƒ•ă«ăšăŁăŠăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŒă€è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăšăŁăŠăźç™œćœŸć…ˆç”Ÿă ăŁăŸă‚“

ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăè‹„ă„é ƒăŻè’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿăźćœ±éŸżćŠ›ă‚’æ¶ˆă™ăźă«ćż…æ­»ă§ă€‚

æœ€èż‘ă€ă‚ˆă†ă‚„ăăăźćœ±éŸżăŒæ¶ˆă›ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘっどきたかăȘăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă€Ž 隠す』べいうäș‹ăŻă€é€†ă«è‡Ș戆ぼæ–čć‘æ€§ă€æăăŸă„ă‚‚ăźăŒăƒăƒƒă‚­ăƒȘしどくる

からć‡șæ„ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăă“ă«èż·ă„ăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚‰ăƒ€ăƒĄăȘんだăȘ。

束äș•ïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ä»Šă•ă‚‰çŸ„ăŁăŠă—ăŸăŁăŸă‚‚ăźă‹ă‚‰ăŻé€ƒă’ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘいべいうか。

äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€ćŸă€…ă«æ•”ăŒèż«ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹æ™‚ă€Œă‚Žă‚Žă‚Žă‚Žă‚Žă€ ăšă‚„ă‚Œă°ă„ă„ă€ăšă„ă†ăźă‚’èŠ‹ăŠ

ă—ăŸă†ăšă€Œć…„ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰èČ ă‘ă ă€ăšæ€ăŁăŠă‚‚ć…„ă‚ŒăŠă—ăŸă†ă€‚ăă†ă„ă†æ„Ÿă˜ăȘんですよ。

ă‚ȘăƒȘă‚žăƒŠăƒ«ă§ć…„ă‚ŒăŸă€ă‚‚ă‚ŠăŒă€ćŸŒă‹ă‚‰èŠ‹ăŸă‚‰ă€Œă‚ł ăƒŹăźćœ±éŸżă‚’ć—ă‘ăŠă‚‹ăȘïœžă€

べいうäș‹ă‚‚ç”æ§‹ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšćƒ•ăŻă­ïœžă€äž»äșș慬ぼć€Șă„çœ‰æŻ›ă€‚ć°‘ćčŽèȘŒăœă„ć€Șă„çœ‰æŻ›ă‚’vă€çŽ°ă„çœ‰æŻ›ă«ă™ă‚‹ăźă«10ćčŽ

ă‹ă‹ăŁăŸă€‚æœŹćœ“ă«æ°—æŒăĄæ‚Șくどć‡ș杄ăȘă„ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă€‚ć…ˆć…„èŠłăšă„ă†ă‹ă€çŸ„ă‚‰ăšçŸ„ă‚‰ăšă«

æ·±ăćˆ·ă‚ŠèŸŒăŸă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ćœ±éŸżăŁăŠă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

束äș•ïŒšæ‰żć€Ș郎もけっこうć€Șかったですよね。

è’æœšïŒšæ‰żć€Ș郎もć€Șă‹ăŁăŸă€‚è„‡ćœčă§ă‚ă‚‹èŠ±äșŹé™ąăźçœ‰æŻ›ăȘă‚‰çŽ°ăă§ăă‚‹ă‘ă©ă€ăă‚Œă‚’äž»äșș慬ぼ

æ‰żć€ȘéƒŽă«ă‚„ă‚‹ăźăŻă€ăȘかăȘかć‡ș杄ăȘくど。

束äș•ïŒšćœ“æ™‚ă ăšă€çœ‰æŻ›è–„ă„ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŁăŠæƒ…ăŒè–„ăăŠè„‡ćœčăšă„ă†ć…ŹćŒăŒă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚‚ă‚“ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ă€äœ•ă‹ă‚’ćˆ‡ă‚Šæ‹“ăæ™‚ăŻăăźć…ŹćŒă‹ă‚‰ć€–ă‚ŒăȘいべいけăȘいんだよ。

束äș•ïŒšă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ăƒŒă€‚づăȘăżă«ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻă€äœ•æ­łăźé ƒă‹ă‚‰é€ŁèŒ‰ă‚’ć§‹ă‚ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

荒朚26、27æ­łäœă‹ă‚‰ă§ă™ă€‚ăƒˆăƒƒăƒ—ă‚’è”°ăŁăŠăŸă‚†ă§ăŸăŸă”ć…ˆç”ŸïŒˆâ€»ïŒ’ïŒ‰ă‚„é«˜æ©‹é™œäž€ć…ˆ

生※ăȘんど、10ä»Łă§ă‚ăźäœœéąšăŒć‡șæ„ăŠăŸă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚ă™ă”ăç„ŠăŁăŸă—ă€ćƒ•ă«ăšăŁăŠăŻ

ćœ“æ™‚ă™ă”ă„ă‚łăƒłăƒ—ăƒŹăƒƒă‚Żă‚čでした。

※ 超äșșプロレă‚čăƒžăƒłă‚Źă€Žă‚­ăƒłè‚‰ăƒžăƒłă€ă§ă€WJăźæ­ŽćČă«ćă‚’æź‹ă™ăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă‚łăƒłăƒ“ă€‚

ă€Žă‚­ăƒłè‚‰ăƒž ăƒłă€ăŻă€çŸćœšă‚‚ă€Žé€±ćˆŠăƒ—ăƒŹă‚€ăƒœăƒŒăƒˆ web comică€ă§æœ€æ–°ă‚šăƒ”ă‚œăƒŒăƒ‰ăŒé€ŁèŒ‰äž­

â€»ïŒ“â€Šäžæœœăźă‚”ăƒƒă‚«ăƒŒăƒžăƒłă‚Źă€Žă‚­ăƒŁăƒ—ăƒ†ăƒłçżŒă€ă‚’æ ă„ăŸăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ă€‚äœœć“ăŻć…šć›œăźć°ć­Šç”Ÿ

ă«ă‚”ăƒƒă‚«ăƒŒ ăƒ–ăƒŒăƒ ă‚’ć·»ăè”·ă“ă—ă€ć€šăăźïŒȘăƒȘăƒŒă‚ŹăƒŒă‚„ă€äž–ç•Œ ăźæœ‰ćă‚”ăƒƒă‚«ăƒŒéžæ‰‹ă«

怚性ăȘă‚‹ćœ±éŸżă‚’äžŽăˆăŸă€‚

束äș•ïŒšæœ€èż‘たäșșă‚‚æ—©ç†Ÿă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚äżșă‚‚ăƒ‡ăƒ“ăƒ„ăƒŒăŒ25æ­łăšé…ă‹ăŁăŸăźă§ă€30ăŸă§ăŻ

ăƒ›ăƒłăƒˆćż…æ­»ă§ă—ăŸă€‚

ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻäžŠăżć±…ă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźäž­ă§ă‚‚ă€ç‰čă«é‡Žćżƒçš„ăȘäœœć“ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚ïŒˆæŸäș•ïŒ‰

è’æœšïŒšă“ă‚ŒăŸă§ç·šé›†è€…ă«ć€§ăƒœăƒ„éŁŸă‚‰ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŸäș‹ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

束äș•ïŒšăƒ›ăƒłăƒˆïŒ‘ă‚łăƒžăźă‚»ăƒȘăƒ•ăšă‹çŽ°ă‹ă„æŒ‡æ‘˜ă ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

ă‚ăŸă‚Šăƒœăƒ„ă‚’éŁŸă‚‰ăŁăŸäș‹ăŒăȘいぼで、è‡Șç”±ă«æă‹ă›ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă‚‹ăšèš€ăŁăŸæ–čが

ピッタăƒȘăă‚‹æ„Ÿă˜ă§ă™ă€‚ă©ă†ă§ă™ă‹ă€ăƒœăƒ„ăŻïŒŸ

荒朚19ăƒšăƒŒă‚žă€ć…šéƒšæăç›Žă—ăšă‹ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆïŒæ˜”ăŻăă†ă ăŁăŸă‚ˆă€‚

新äșșăƒžăƒłă‚Źćź¶ăŻçš†ăăă‚‹æŽ—ç€Œă ăŁăŸă‚ˆă€‚

ă€ŒćŸŒïŒ’æ—„ă—ă‹ăȘă„ăźă«ă€ć…šéƒšæăç›Žă™ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸă€ăŁăŠèš€ă†ăšă€

ă€Œè»Šç”°ć…ˆç”ŸïŒˆâ€»ïŒ”ïŒ‰ă‚‚ă‚„ăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚ˆă€ăŁăŠèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă€‚

â€»ïŒ”â€Šă€Žéąšé­”ăźć°æŹĄéƒŽă€ă‚„ă€Žè–é—˜ćŁ«æ˜ŸçŸąă€ă§çŸ„ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹è»Šç”°æ­ŁçŸŽć…ˆç”Ÿă€‚70ćčŽä»Łă‚ˆă‚Š

ăƒ’ăƒƒăƒˆäœœă‚’é€Łç™șă—ăŠăăŸă€ïŒ·ïŒȘăźăƒˆăƒƒăƒ—ăƒ©ăƒłăƒŠăƒŒăźïŒ‘äșș。

束äș•ïŒšăă‚Œç†äžć°œă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒăăźèȮ重ăȘ2æ—„ă§ć€§ćˆ‡ăȘăƒă‚żăŒè€ƒăˆă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚Œ

ăȘいたに。

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ă­ă€ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚ŠèŠ‹èż”ă™ăšç””ăŒăĄă‚‡ăŁăšäžćź‰ćźšă§ă€‚æœ€ćˆăźăƒšăƒŒă‚žăšæœ€ćŸŒăźăƒšăƒŒă‚žă§

、顔がちょっべ違っどたりしたんですよ。

束äș•ïŒšäž€ćșŠă‚­ăƒŹăŠăżăŠă€ç›žæ‰‹ăŒæŠ˜ă‚Œă‚‹ă‹æ§˜ć­ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠăżăŸă‚‰ă„ă„ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ(笑)

ć…šć“ĄïŒšïŒˆçˆ†çŹ‘ïŒ‰

è’æœšïŒšæŠ”æŠ—ăŻă—ăŠăżăŸă‘ă©ă€ăƒ€ăƒĄă ăŁăŸă€‚äșșæ°—äœœćź¶ăźć…ˆèŒ©æ–čă§ă•ăˆă€ç·šé›†ăźăƒ„ăƒ«ăźäž€ćŁ°

ă§æăç›Žă—ćè«–ă™ă‚‹äœ™ćœ°ă‚Œăƒ­ăȘă‚“ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€‚æ–°äșșぼ惕ăȘă‚“ă‹ă€ă ă‹ă‚‰èŠłćż”ă—ăŠ

æăç›Žă—ăŸă—ăŸă‚ˆă€‚

束äș•ïŒšćœ“æ™‚ăŻă€çČŸç„žă ă‘ă˜ă‚ƒăȘăă€è‚‰äœ“çš„ă«ă‚‚èČ è·ă‚’ă‹ă‘ăŠæ–°äșșを鍛えあげるă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒ«

だったんですね。

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ˜­ć’Œăźă‚čă‚żă‚€ăƒ«ăšă„ă†ă‹ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăăƒ ăƒăƒŁă°ăŁă‹ă‚ŠăȘんですよ!!(笑)

束äș•ïŒšæœ€èż‘ăŻă‚±ăƒłă‚«ă›ăšă€ç‰čă«æ–‡ć„ă‚‚èš€ă‚ăšæ·Ąă€… ăšæăäșșăŒć€šă„ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă€è©Šç·Žă‚‚

äžŽăˆă‚‹ćż…èŠăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă­ă€‚ćŒă˜ïŒ·ïŒȘă§ă‚‚æ™‚ä»ŁăŒć€‰ă‚ă‚‹ăšă ă„ă¶ć€‰ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă‚ˆă­

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ă€Žéąç™œă„ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚’èȘ­è€…ă«ć±Šă‘ă‚‹ă‚“ă ïŒă€ăšă„ă†æƒ…ç†±ăŻć€‰ă‚ă‚‰ăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

束äș•ïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŻćŒæ„Ÿă§ă™ïŒ

━━束äș•ć…ˆç”ŸăŻă€Œă‚°ăƒ­ă‚€ă‚‚ăźă‚’æă„ăŸäœœć“ă§ăŻă€Žă‚žăƒ§ ゾョ』がćČäžŠæœ€é«˜ăźć‚‘äœœă ă€ăš

ăŠè€ƒăˆă ăă†ă§ă™ăŒă€æŸäș•ć…ˆç”ŸăŒè€ƒăˆă‚‹ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźćČ䞊最高ăȘă‚°ăƒ­ă•ăŁăŠäœ•ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†

ă‹ïŒŸ

束äș•ïŒšă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šç›ŽæŽ„æć†™ăźć€šă•ă§ă‚ă‚Šă€ăšă«ă‹ăæČ»ç™‚äžćŻèƒœăȘべころ。

ăŸăšç„Ąç†ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒä»–ăźæŒ«ç”»ă˜ă‚ƒă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă‘ăŁă“ă†NGがあるんですよ。スロもダメだね。

ă‚čタンドを通しどやっども慹郹ダメだった。

束äș•ïŒšèš±ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„る範ć›ČăŻă€ä»–ăźäœœć“ă«æŻ”ăčどかăȘă‚Šăƒ‡ă‚«ă‚€ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻć‰äŸ‹ăŒăȘă„ă‚±ăƒŒă‚čăŒć€šă„ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă‘ăŁă“ă†ăƒăƒŒăƒ‰ăƒ«äœŽă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

しかしăȘăŒă‚‰ă€ăă‚Œă§ă‚‚ăƒœăƒ„ă«ăȘăŁăŸăƒă‚żă‚‚ç”æ§‹ă‚ăŁăŠă€‚

束äș•ïŒšă†ă‚ïŒ è¶…æ°—ă«ăȘる!! ă§ă‚‚ă€ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšèš€ăˆ ăȘă„ăƒ€ăƒ„ă°ăŁă‹ă‚ŠăȘんですよね。

è’æœšïŒšăŻă„(笑)。

束äș•ïŒšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻäžŠăżć±…ă‚‹ăƒžăƒłă‚Źăźäž­ă§ă‚‚ă€ç‰čă«é‡Žćżƒçš„ăȘäœœć“ă§ă™ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“ăźè€ƒăˆă‚‹ă€é‡Žćżƒçš„ă™ăŽăŠç·šé›†è€…ă«ç†è§Łă•ă‚ŒăȘă‹ăŁăŸăƒąăƒŽăŁăŠć‡„ă„èˆˆć‘ł

ă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŻèŠ‹ăŸă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă­ă€‚æź‹ćż”â€Šâ€Šă€‚

あ、あべ ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŁăŠć„éƒšă”ăšă«ç‹­ă„äž–ç•Œăšćșƒă„äž–ç•Œă‚’äș€äș’ă«æă„ăŠă‚‹æ°—

ăŒă—ăŸă™ăŒă€ă‚ąăƒŹăŁăŠç‹™ăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăȘă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æ°—ä»˜ă„ăŠé ‚ă„ ăŠă€ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăšăŁăš

ç‹­ă„äž–ç•Œă‚’æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ăšă€æ—…ă«ć‡șたくăȘったりするじゃăȘいで すか。

そぼçč°ă‚Šèż”しですね。

束äș•ïŒšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăƒȘă‚Ș ăƒłă€ă«ă‚‚ć‡șăŠăă‚‹æœçŽ‹ ç”șăŻă€ăăźä»ŁèĄšăšă„ă†ă‹ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă†ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æœçŽ‹ç”șは、è‡Șćˆ†ăźç”ŸăŸă‚Œæ•…éƒ·ăźćźźćŸŽçœŒä»™ć°ćž‚ă‚’ăƒąăƒ‡ăƒ«ă«ă—ăŸă‚“ă§ă™

ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ă‚ă‚Œă‚‚ćœ°ć…ƒă‹ă‚‰ă‚ŻăƒŹăƒŒăƒ ăŒæ„ă‚‹ă‚“ă˜ă‚ƒăȘい ă‹ăšæ€ăŁăŠæž¶ç©șăźćœŸćœ°ă«ă—ăŸăźă«ă€

ă™ă”ăć–œă‚“ă§ă„ăŸă ă‘ăŠă€‚ă€Œæ™‚ä»ŁăŻć€‰ă‚ăŁăŸăȘă€ăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

束äș•ïŒšè’æœšă•ă‚“ăŒă“ă‚“ăȘèș«èż‘ăȘäž–ç•Œă‚’æăăšăŻă€ æ­Łç›Žé©šăăŸă—ăŸă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă€Œæ„ć€–ăšć’ŒéąšăȘäș‹ă‚‚ă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă­ă€ăšă‚‚èš€ ă‚ă‚ŒăŸă—ăŸă€‚æ„ć€–ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

束äș•ïŒšăŻă„。4éƒšă§æœçŽ‹ç”șăŒćˆç™»ć Žă—ăŸæ™‚ă‚‚ă€ăšă“ă‹ć€–ć›œăŁăœă•ăŒæź‹ăŁăŠăŸăźă§ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă§ă‚‚ç§ç”ŸæŽ»ă§ăŻă€æœŹćœ“ă«äœă‚“ă§ă„ă‚‹ă‚šăƒȘスからほずんどć‡șăȘいんですよ。

ïŒ•éƒšă‚’æăć‰ăšă‹ăŻæŻŽćčŽă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŠăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€‚

æœ€èż‘ă§ăŻă€ä»•äș‹ä»„ć€–ă§ăŻæ”·ć€–ă«èĄŒăäș‹ăŻă»ăšă‚“どăȘいですね。

â”â”çŸćœšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻć…«éƒšăŒïŒ”ïŒȘă§é€ŁèŒ‰äž­ă§ă™ăŒă€25ćčŽä»„äžŠç¶šă‘ăŠă“ă‚ŒăŸ

侀ç•ȘăźèŠć› ăŻäœ•ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšć¶ç„¶ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă“ă‚“ăȘにăȘă‚‹ăšăŻè€ƒăˆăȘかったし、äșˆæƒłă‚‚しおいăȘいですし。

ä»Šă§ă‚‚ă€æ„ćčŽăźäș‹ă™ă‚‰ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰ăȘいです。

━━才曞60æ­łäœăŸă§ăŻæăç¶šă‘ăŸă„ăšăŠăŁă—ă‚ƒăŁăŠă„ăŸ したが、そぼ頃『ゾョゾョ』

ăŻäœ•éƒšăŸă§èĄŒăŁăŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚“ăȘăźć…šç„¶è€ƒăˆăŠăȘă„ïŒä»ŠăŻă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăƒȘă‚Șăƒłă€ă«ć…šćŠ›æŠ•çƒă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăŸă‚ă€

ăăźæ™‚ă«ăȘっどみればわかるんじゃăȘいですかね(笑)。

ïŒ•éƒšă‚’æăć‰ăšă‹ăŻæŻŽćčŽă‚€ă‚żăƒȘă‚ąă«èĄŒăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŠăŸă—ăŸă‘ă©ă€‚

æœ€èż‘ă§ăŻă€ä»•äș‹ä»„ć€–ă§ăŻæ”·ć€–ă«èĄŒăäș‹ăŻă»ăšă‚“どăȘいですね。

â”â”çŸćœšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻć…«éƒšăŒïŒ”ïŒȘă§é€ŁèŒ‰äž­ă§ă™ăŒă€25ćčŽä»„äžŠç¶šă‘ăŠă“ă‚ŒăŸ

侀ç•ȘăźèŠć› ăŻäœ•ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšć¶ç„¶ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ă“ă‚“ăȘにăȘă‚‹ăšăŻè€ƒăˆăȘかったし、äșˆæƒłă‚‚しおいăȘいですし。今

ă§ă‚‚ă€æ„ćčŽăźäș‹ă™ă‚‰ćˆ†ă‹ă‚‰ăȘいです。

━━才曞60æ­łäœăŸă§ăŻæăç¶šă‘ăŸă„ăšăŠăŁă—ă‚ƒăŁăŠă„ăŸ したが、そぼ頃『ゾョゾョ』

ăŻäœ•éƒšăŸă§èĄŒăŁăŠăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă‚“ăȘăźć…šç„¶è€ƒăˆăŠăȘă„ïŒä»ŠăŻă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăƒȘă‚Șăƒłă€ă«ć…šćŠ›æŠ•çƒă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ăŸă‚ă€

ăăźæ™‚ă«ăȘっどみればわかるんじゃăȘいですかね(笑)。

ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă€ăźè’æœšéŁ›ć‘‚ćœŠć…ˆç”Ÿăšă€Žæš—æźș æ•™ćź€ă€ăźæŸäș•ć„ȘćŸć…ˆç”Ÿă«ă‚ˆă‚‹

ć€ąćŻŸè«‡ïŒè’æœšć…ˆç”ŸăŒæ„›ă—ăŠă‚„ăŸăŹă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»ăźè©±ă‹ă‚‰ă€Žæš—æźșæ•™ćž«ă€ăźè©±ăŸă§ă‚’ă‚‚

ç¶ČçŸ…ă™ă‚‹æœ€ç”‚ć›ž!!ă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»ăŻă„ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒïŒˆè’æœšïŒ‰

束äș•ïŒšăă†ă„ăˆă°ă€ă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»ăšă‹ăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒă‚‚ăźâ€Šâ€ŠăŠć„œăăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»ăŻă€ć‚‘äœœă‹ă‚‰ăă ă‚‰ăȘă™ăŽă‚‹äœœć“ăŸă§ć…šéƒšć„œăă§ă™ă­ă€‚

束äș•ïŒšćƒ•ă€ăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒă«ç„Ąè¶Łć‘łăȘă‚“ă§ă€è¶Łć‘łăŒæŹČしいんですよ。ă‚ČăƒŒăƒ ă‚‚ă‚ăŸă‚Šć„œăă˜ă‚ƒ

ăȘă„ă—ă€‚èŸ›ă†ă˜ăŠă€çŸŽć‘łă—ă„ă‚‚ăźéŁŸăčă‚‹ăźäœă§ă™ă‹ă­ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒæ˜ ç”»ăŻèŠ‹ăȘă„ăźïŒŸ

束äș•ïŒšăĄă‚‡ă„ăĄă‚‡ă„ăŻèŠ‹ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€‚ç«Żă‹ă‚‰ç«ŻăŸă§ć…šéƒšèŠ‹ă‚‹ăšă„ăŁăŸæ„Ÿă˜ă«ăŻăȘら

ăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚æ˜ ç”»ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚ă€ăŸăă•ă‚“ăźäœœć“ă‚’èŠ‹ăŠć‹‰ćŒ·ă™ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚ŠăŻă€

é§„äœœă§ă‚‚ćäœœă§ă‚‚ă€æœŹćœ“ă«æ•°ć°‘ăȘă„ă‚‚ăźăźç«ŻăŁă“ă‹ă‚‰ă€Œă“ă‚Œäœżăˆă‚‹ăȘ」べいうヱノ

ă‚’æ‹ŸăŁăŠă„ăă‚żă‚€ăƒ—ăȘんで。

è’æœšïŒšă‚ăă€ăă†ăȘă‚“ă â€Šâ€Šă€‚ćŒă˜ăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒæ˜ ç”»ăƒ•ă‚ĄăƒłăźćŒ‚ă„ăŒă—ăŸă‚“ă ă‘ă©ăȘ。

束äș•ïŒšăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒæ˜ ç”»ă€ć„œăăȘぼは間違いăȘいんですけどね。

ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒæ˜ ç”»ăšă‹ă€äž€èŠ‹ă™ă‚‹ăšæ•Źé ă•ă‚Œăă†ăȘă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ«ă«ć±žă—ăŠ

いăȘがらもみんăȘă«æ„›ă•ă‚Œă€ăăźäž­ă§ăŻæœ€é«˜ăƒŹăƒ™ăƒ«ăźæˆçžŸă‚’æœȘă ă«æź‹ă—ç¶šă‘ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚

æœŹćœ“ă«çŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚

è’æœšïŒšă‚ă‚ŠăŒăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ăƒŒă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€æ‚Șè¶Łć‘łăŻă‚€ă‚€ă‚ˆïŒ æ‚Șè¶Łć‘łă‚’äž€æ—ŠćžćŽă—ăŠă‹ă‚‰ć·źă—

ć‡șせば、みんăȘ性䞈怫ăȘă‚“ă ă€‚ăƒžă‚žă«ăȘっおæ‚Șè¶Łć‘łă‚’ă‚„ăŁăŸă‚‰ć«Œă‚ă‚ŒăĄă‚ƒă†ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚

束äș•ïŒšă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă€æœ€ç”‚çš„ă«ăŻćŻæ„›ă’ăŒăȘă„ăšć«Œă‚ă‚ŒăĄă‚ƒă‚“ă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă­ăƒŒă€‚ どんăȘに

æ‚Șè¶Łć‘łă ăŁăŸă‚Šă€æź‹è™éžé“ăȘă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă§ă‚‚ă©ă“ă‹ćŻæ„›ă’ăŒăȘă„ăšă„ă‘ăŸă›ă‚“

ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ăăźæ„ć‘łă§èš€ăŁăŸă‚‰ă€ă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“ăȘă‚“ăŠćŻæ„›ă’ăźćĄŠă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšăă†ăă†ïŒ ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»ăŻă„ă„ă§ すよ。 èŠ‹ăŠă‚‚ă„ăȘă„ăźă«ă€Œă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“

æ˜ ç”»ăŒæă„ă‹ă‚‰ăƒ€ăƒĄă ă€ăŁăŠèš€ă†äșșは、äșșé–“çš„ă«ăƒ€ăƒĄă ăšæ€ă†ă€‚(笑) ă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»

ăźè©±ă‚’ć§‹ă‚ă‚‹ăšæ­ąăŸă‚‰ăȘくăȘă‚‹ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă‚‚ă†ç”‚ă‚ă‚Šă«ă—ă‚ˆă†ă€‚

ć…šć“ĄïŒšïŒˆçˆ†çŹ‘ïŒ‰

è’æœšïŒšă“ăźè©±ă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă ăŁăŸă‚‰ă€ïŒ’æ™‚é–“ăŻćż…èŠă ă‹ă‚‰ă­ă€‚ă‚Ÿăƒłăƒ“æ˜ ç”»ăźè©±ăŻă€ăŸăŸ

ćˆ„ăźæ©ŸäŒšă«ăšă„ă†äș‹ă§ă€‚

ćˆăźäž€ă€ă ă‘ăƒˆă‚ŹăŁăŠă„ă‚Œă°ćŸŒăŻçŽ‹é“ă§ă„ă„ïŒˆæŸäș•ïŒ‰

è’æœšć…ˆç”Ÿă«ăŻă€ă€Žæš—æźșæ•™ćź€ă€ă‚’ă”èŠ§ă«ăȘăŁăŸæ„Ÿæƒłă‚‚ăŠèžăă„ăŸă„ăźă§ă™ăŒă€‚

è’æœšïŒšæœŹćœ“ăŻć±ăȘă„ăƒ†ăƒŒăƒžă‚’ć–ă‚ŠäžŠă’ăŠă„ăŠă€ăƒ˜ă‚żă™ă‚‹ăšă‚ŻăƒŹăƒŒăƒ ă ă‚‰ă‘ă«ăȘり

そうăȘæ‰€ă ă‘ă©ă€‚ ăăźäž­ă§ă‚‚çŽ‹é“ăźäœœć“äœœă‚Šă‚’æ„è­˜ă—ăŠă€ć­Šćœ’ç”ŸæŽ»ăšă‹ć‹æƒ…ăšă‹

ă‚’æă„ăŠă„ă‚‹ç‚čăŒçŽ æ™Žă‚‰ă—ă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

束äș•ïŒšèŠ‹ăŸäșșがマネをしăȘă„ă‚ˆă†ă€ćžžă«æ°—ă‚’é…ăŁăŠăŸă™ă€‚ăă‚Œă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŠă€äșș間枋では

ăȘă„ć…ˆç”Ÿă‚’è€ƒăˆă‚‹ćż…èŠăŒă‚ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ç”ŸćŸ’é”ăŒæš—æźșă«äœżă†ăźă‚‚ç–‘äŒŒăƒŠă‚€ăƒ•ă§ă™ă—

ă€ă™ă”ăæ°—ăŻäœżăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚

荒朚ăȘる繋。でも、そぼゼăƒȘゼăƒȘăȘべこが魅抛ăȘんですよね。

ă€Žæš—æźșæ•™ćź€ă€ăŁăŠèš€ă†ă‚żă‚€ăƒˆăƒ«ă‚‚ăƒˆă‚ŹăŒăŁăŠă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘい。

束äș•ïŒšăă“ă ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚æœ€ćˆăźă‚čă‚żăƒŒăƒˆăƒ€ăƒƒă‚·ăƒ„ă ă‘ăƒˆă‚ŹăŁăŠăŠă„ăŠă€ćŸŒăŻç„Ąé›Łă«ă€‚

è’æœšă§ă‚‚ă€Žæźșă™ă€ăŁăŠă„ă†ăƒ†ăƒŒăƒžăŻăƒˆă‚ŹăŁăŠă‚‹ă‚ˆă€‚

束äș•ïŒšă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă™ïŒăă†èš€ăˆă°ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźäœœäž­ă§ă€éąšć‘‚ă§ă™ăčăŁăŸæ™‚ă«

怩äș•ă‚’èŠ‹äžŠă’ăŸă‚‰â€Šâ€Šăšă„ă†æ‰€ă‹ă‚‰ăƒăƒˆăƒ«ăŒć§‹ăŸăŁăŸă‚Šă™ă‚‹ă˜ă‚ƒăȘいですか。

あぼèș«èż‘ăȘć‡ș杄äș‹ă‚’ă€ăƒ‰ăƒ©ăƒžăšă‚čăƒ”ăƒŒăƒ‰æ„Ÿă§ç·ŠćŒ”æ„Ÿă‚ă”ă‚Œă‚‹æˆŠă„ă«ä»•äžŠă’ă‚‰ă‚Œă‚‹

ăźăŻè’æœšă•ă‚“ă—ă‹ă„ăȘいぼかăȘïœžăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

è’æœšïŒšăă‚ŒăŻé•·ćčŽïŒ·ïŒȘă§æă„ăŠăăŸèš“ç·Žăźèłœç‰©ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ç”¶ćŻŸă«ăƒăƒˆăƒ«ă«ă—ăȘいべダメ

だから。すごく独ç‰čăȘæ–‡ćŒ–ă ă‚ˆă­ă€‚ă§ă‚‚ă€ăăźć‘Șçž›ă‚’æŠœă‘ć‡șすたも性怉ăȘんだ。

束äș•ïŒšé€†ă«è’æœšă•ă‚“ăźăƒăƒˆăƒ«ă‚‚ăźă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„äœœć“ă‚‚èŠ‹ăŠăżăŸă„ă§ă™ă€‚

箔çČ‹ă«ă€æ·Ąă€…ăšă—ăŸç‰©èȘžă‚’æă„ăŸă‚‰ă©ă†ăȘă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ă­ïŒŸ

è’æœšïŒšă•ă™ăŒă«ă€ăă‚ŒăŻă€ăŸă‚“ăȘいんじゃăȘă„ăźïŒŸ(笑)ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚ŠæˆŠă„ăŻćŸșæœŹăȘぼかăȘ

ăšæ€ă†ă‘ă©ă­ă€‚äž»äșșがいどæ‚Șćœčがいど、ä»Č間がいど。 ćƒ•ăŻă€ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚Šă€Œć–„ăšæ‚Ș」

ă‹ă€ŒæˆŠă„ă€ăŁăŠæ™źéçš„ăȘăƒ†ăƒŒăƒžă ăšæ€ă†ă€‚ æ‹æ„›ă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă‚źăƒŁă‚°ă«ă—ăŠă‚‚ă€ć…šăŠăŒ

äž€ćżœăƒăƒˆăƒ«ă˜ă‚ƒăȘă„ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ æ˜Œă”ăŻă‚“ăŻă‚«ăƒŹăƒŒăšăƒ©ăƒŒăƒĄăƒłăźă©ăŁăĄă«ă™ă‚‹ă‹ăšă‹ă€

ć…šăŠăźéžæŠžăŻăƒăƒˆăƒ«ăźçšźăȘんですよ。

束äș•ïŒšăȘă‚‹çš‹ăƒŒă€‚ćŸŒă€ä»Šăźć­äŸ›é”ăźäž­ă§é­…ćŠ›çš„ăȘă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăŁăŠă©ă‚“ăȘă ă‚ă†ăŁăŠèš€ă†ăźăŻă€

ă„ă€ă‚‚è€ƒăˆăŠăŸă™ă­ă€‚ć­äŸ›ăźăƒ‹ăƒŒă‚șăŒć€‰ă‚ăŁăŠă‚‹ăźă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘいăȘ。

è‡Ș戆ぼやりæ–čăŒäž‹æ‰‹ă ăŁăŸăźă‹ă€ç”æ§‹æ‚Șă„æ„Ÿă˜ăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’ă‚łăƒ†ăƒłăƒ‘ăƒłă—ăŸæ™‚ă«ă€

ç„šè‡Șäœ“ăŻè‰Żă‹ă‚Šæ–čăŒäž‹æ‰‹ă ăŁăŸăźă‹ă€ç”æ§‹æ‚Șă„æ„Ÿă˜ăźă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’ă‚łăƒ†ăƒłăƒ‘ăƒłă—ăŸæ™‚

に、焚è‡Șäœ“ăŻè‰Żă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒă€äž€éƒšă«æ‹’ćŠæ„Ÿă‚’ç€șすäșșもいど。

è’æœšïŒšæœŹćœ“ăŻä»Č目りさせăȘいべいけăȘかったんだね。

束äș•ïŒšă‚łăƒ†ăƒłăƒ‘ăƒłă«ă—ăŸăŸă‚“ăŸă ăšă€ă‚„ăŁă±ă‚ŠćŸŒć‘łăŒæ‚Șいんですよ。

どんăȘにæ‚Șい愎でも。

è’æœšïŒšă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăźć ŽćˆăŻć†è”·äžèƒœă«ăȘă‚‹ă‘ă©ă­ă€‚ă€Œă‚‚ă†ă„ă‚‰ăȘă„ă€ăšæ€ăŁăŸă‚‰ă€‚

ć…šć“ĄïŒšïŒˆçˆ†çŹ‘ïŒ‰

束äș•ïŒšă€Œă‚ă‚Œă ă‘ăƒ’ăƒ‰ă„ç›źă«ćˆă‚ă•ă‚ŒăŸă‚“ă ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă“ăŁăĄă‚‚ä»•èż”ă—ă—ăŠă„ă„ă ă‚ă†ă€

っおäș‹ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

è’æœšă•ă‚“ăŒçŻ‰ă„ăŸç‹Źè‡Șăźäž–ç•ŒèŠłăŒă€èȘ­è€…ă«ć—ă‘ć…„ă‚Œă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŠçŸšăŸă—ă„ă§ă™ă€‚

ă€Žæš—æźșæ•™ćź€ă€ă‚‚ă€ä»ŠćŸŒă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“ç‰©èȘžăŒé€Čă‚“ă§èĄŒăăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ăŒă€æ–°ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ăšă‹ăŒ

ć‡șăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă™ă‹ïŒŸ

束äș•ïŒšă“ă‚ŒăŸă§ăźäž€ć­ŠæœŸăŻćŸș瀎ć›șă‚ă€‚ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚’çŽčä»‹ă—ăŠă€äž–ç•Œă‚’çŽčä»‹ă—ăŠă€‚ç”ŸćŸ’é”ăź

ćć‰ăšéĄ”ă‚‚ć€§äœ“èŠšăˆăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŸæ‰€ăȘăźă§ă€ć€äŒ‘ăżăšïŒ’ć­ŠæœŸă‹ă‚‰ăŻć°‘ă—ăšă€ć±•é–‹

ă—ăŠèĄŒăăŸă„ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ć€–ăźäž–ç•Œă§ă€èș«ă«ă€ă‘ăŸæš—æźșăźæŠ€èĄ“ă‚’ă‚‚ă†ăĄă‚‡ăŁăšäœżăˆă‚‹ă‚ˆă†

èŠ‹ă›ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŸă‚‰ăȘïœžăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚

ïŒä»ŠćŸŒăźć±•é–‹ă‚‚æ„œă—ăżă«ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ïŒ ăă‚Œă§ăŻæœ€ćŸŒă€ăŠäș’ă„ă«ćżœæŽăźäž€èš€ăšă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—

LIVEèȘ­è€…ăžăźäž€èš€ă‚’ăŠéĄ˜ă„ă—ăŸă™ă€‚

束äș•ïŒšç·ŠćŒ”ă—ăŠă—ăŸăŁăŠć…šç„¶èȘžă‚Šć°œăă›ăȘă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă€ăŻæœŹćœ“ă«

äž­ć­Šç”Ÿă‹ă‚‰ăźé’æ˜„ă ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚äž€èš€ă§ăŻèš€ăˆăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€ćŒ·ă„ăŠèš€ă†ăȘら



 æ„›ă—ăŠăŸă™!!

è’æœšïŒšæ–°ă—ă„äž–ä»Łăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ă«ăŠäŒšă„ă§ăă‚‹æ©ŸäŒšăŻæ»…ć€šă«ăȘă„ăźă§ă€ä»Šæ—„ăŻăšăŠă‚‚ćŹ‰

ă—ă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă€‚ă“ă†ă—ăŠć‘Œă‚“ă§é ‚ă‘ăŸăźă‚‚ă™ă”ăć…‰æ „ă ă—ă€æ·±ă„è©±ă‚‚ă•ă›ăŠé ‚ă„ăŠ

ă€ăšăŠă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăŸă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă­ă€‚ä»Šć›žăŻć‹•ç”»æ’źćœ±ăšćŻŸè«‡ă§ă—ăŸăŒă€

æŹĄć›žăŻăƒžăƒłă‚Źă§ă‚‚æ„›ă—ăŠăŸă™!!

è’æœšïŒšæ–°ă—ă„äž–ä»Łăźäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ă«ăŠäŒšă„ă§ăă‚‹æ©ŸäŒšăŻæ»…ć€šă«ăȘă„ăźă§ă€ä»Šæ—„ăŻăšăŠă‚‚

ćŹ‰ă—ă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă€‚ă“ă†ă—ăŠć‘Œă‚“ă§é ‚ă‘ăŸăźă‚‚ă™ă”ăć…‰æ „ă ă—ă€æ·±ă„è©±ă‚‚ă•ă›ăŠ

é ‚ă„ăŠă€ăšăŠă‚‚ă‚ă‚ŠăŒăŸă‹ăŁăŸă§ă™ă­ă€‚ä»Šć›žăŻć‹•ç”»æ’źćœ±ăšćŻŸè«‡ă§ă—ăŸăŒă€

æŹĄć›žăŻăƒžăƒłă‚Źă§ă‚‚ă€ăœăČć‚ćŠ ă•ă›ăŠé ‚ă‘ă‚Œă°ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

ä»Šæ—„ăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŒăšă†ă”ă–ă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

束äș•ïŒšăˆăƒŒă€ă ă„ăŸă„è’æœšă•ă‚“ăŒèš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă—ăŸăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă©ă€‚

ć…šć“ĄïŒšïŒˆçˆ†çŹ‘ïŒ‰

束äș•ïŒšă“ăźă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—LIVEć†…ă§ăŻă€ă€Žæš—æźșæ•™ćź€ă€ă‚‚ăƒŸăƒ‹ă‚ČăƒŒăƒ ă‚„æăăŠă‚ă—ă‚€ăƒ©ă‚čト等、

æ§˜ă€…ăȘćœąă§ć‚ćŠ ă•ă›ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚æźșă›ă‚“ă›ăƒŒăŻăƒ•ă‚©ăƒ«ăƒ ăŒć˜çŽ”ăȘぼで、

è‰ČんăȘć Žæ‰€ă«ć‡șăŠèĄŒăă‚„ă™ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚

ăăźăƒ•ăƒƒăƒˆăƒŻăƒŒă‚Żăźè»œă•ă‚’ă„ă‹ă—ăŠă€ä»ŠćŸŒăšă‚‚ă‚žăƒŁăƒłăƒ—LIVEに饔をć‡șしど

èĄŒăăŸă„ăšæ€ ă„ăŸă™ăźă§ă€ă©ă†ă‹ă‚ˆă‚ă—ăăŠéĄ˜ă„ă—ăŸă™ïŒ

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Artbook
Interview
Incomplete translation
Published September 19, 2013
📜
Manga

“
In my talk with Gaba-san, there was a small conversation and I decided I wanted to create Dio. There were plans for the story already in place that led me to wanting to create him and I was already wondering how I could make this ‘Dio’ work. I was thinking about making a manga that showed off the contrast between the protagonist and a rival. One that resembled the contrast between ‘Good and Evil’, or ‘White and Black’. In that kind of a manga, if the rival isn’t powerful, then the story absolutely won’t be interesting. So, I wanted to make the readers think “How could the protagonist possibly beat this guy?!” To that end, I decided on making him the ‘Ultimate Evil’. However, I also wanted it to make it a type of evil that had parts the readers would admire and be attracted by, one that the readers could relate to.

Since Dio was made to be the ‘Ultimate Evil’, the contrasting Jonathan ended up becoming an extremely pure character. If I made Jonathan now, I could probably add a little bit more flavor to him but at the time I was quite young. Regarding his name, there really isn’t a deep meaning to it. I thought that since the main character is a foreigner, I should make a name that’s easy to remember for readers. Like the name ‘Steven Spielberg’, I wanted to go with a name that rhymed and left a strong impression: Jonathan Joestar. Now it’s quite accepted, but at the time there weren’t many manga that had a foreigner as the protagonist, so there was a bit of unfamiliarity or strange feeling regarding the character. Even I thought that this might not end up being popular, but I also had the feeling that I wanted this kind of thing to be appreciated and recognized.

Dio was developed in the same way as Cool Shock BT’s protagonist, B.T. More deeply than BT, he’s a character that represents the dark side of humans’ jealously and hungry spirit. At the time I was drawing Dio, I might have also been influenced by my own mind. There wasn’t anything that particularly made me angry, but, for example, during regular life I would suddenly begin to think dark things. I saw things from the same point of view as Dio, and began to do things like view humans as if they were insects. That kind of a thing was happening in my mind around that time.
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—Hirohiko Araki
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Hirohiko Araki & Ryosuke Kabashima

Q: You chose the name "Jonathan Joestar" because your meetings were held at the family restaurant "Jonathan's", right?

'Araki : What? Jonathan's? (Laughs)

Kabashima: Didn't you want to make the name "JoJo"?

Araki: I wanted to have an alliterative name like Steven Spielberg, so the acronym would look like J.J. or S.S. But the family restaurant we had our first meeting at was Denny's. It wasn't until later that we started going to Jonathan's.

Q: No no, you've mentioned it was Jonathan's elsewhere (laughs). You stated, "Because it was at Jonathan's."

Araki: Ohh, that was more of a "Sure, Let's go with that" type of answer. (laughs)

Kabashima: It's better for these things to be interesting, right? (laughs). Araki-san likes legends. He thinks it's better for it to be interesting than for it be a fact. That's likely the root of this.

Araki: Legends are a requirement for the horror genre.

Q: Then the name "Jonathan" is...?

Araki: It was just to make the J.J. alliteration. I didn't really take it from anywhere in particular.

Kabashima: It seems the origin of Jonathan has also become something like an urban legend, but it was definitely a Denny's at first, and then we switched to having meetings at Jonathan's somewhere during the middle of serialization. It was convenient because it was close to Araki-san's workplace at the time.


Hiroshi Sekiya

Sekiya: Another point is that Araki-sensei said, "I want a woman to be the main protagonist."

Q: This is for Part 5, right? You don't mean Jolyne from Part 6, but Giorno as a woman?

Sekiya: Around the time he brought it up, Giorno’s name hadn’t been decided yet. It’s not an issue these days, but back then my impression was that a female lead in a shonen manga would have been very tough to sell. During that era of Weekly Shonen Jump, it simply wasn’t the time. Thus, during my meeting with sensei, we spoke about this and that, and in the end, the protagonist ended up not being a woman. However, Giorno’s stand has the ability to create life, right? Women give birth to life, so I think this concept was probably left over from the idea of having a female protagonist.

Q: Giorno is an elegant and somewhat androgynous character. Is the initial idea of having him be a woman related to that?

Sekiya: Giorno’s real name, Haruno Shiobana, is also very feminine, right? Sensei may have been thinking of having the story unfold with Giorno being revealed to be a woman. Now that I think about it, he used to joke around with ideas, saying things like: "What about if it was a woman who looked like a man? Wonder if that would work?" (laughs)

Hideto Azuma

Q: Part 6 had the first female protagonist. Was this Araki-sensei’s idea?

Azuma: That’s right. As a shonen magazine editor, I politely asked him to make the protagonist a boy, but he refused in 3 seconds (laughs). The readers of Weekly Shonen Jump wouldn't accept a female lead, which is why I wanted him to change it, but he just replied, "That's exactly why we're doing it".

Looking back at the series' popularity at the time, I still believe that a male protagonist would have been better. However, considering the long history of the "JoJo" series, I also think that it was overwhelmingly beneficial that the Part 6 lead was female. I get the impression that Araki-sensei is the type of person who won’t repeat the same thing twice. He is the type of artist who constantly takes on new challenges, so maybe he instinctively knew he'd lose the motivation to draw if he chose a male protagonist just for notoriety’s sake.

It was around then that strong female leads had also begun appearing in films, so perhaps he thought the time was right. If he really cared about gaining popularity, he could have just made the protagonist something like a "miniature" version of Jotaro from Part 3. He wouldn't do that though, he's the type of artist who has to continue fighting.

Q: From an editor’s point of view, what type of artist did Araki-sensei seem like at the time?

Azuma: He could construct both the characters and the story firmly in his head and always met deadlines, making him very easy to work with and highly valued by the editorial department. I suppose I was chosen to be Araki-sensei's editor because the higher-ups thought that our hobbies were similar, rather than my suitability as a manga editor. Much like Araki-sensei, I also love music and films, and I know pretty much all of the music that he listens to. I think the editorial department considered it important that Araki-sensei was able to work comfortably. I had the privilege of working for him for two-and-a-half years, but at that point only about 5 of my ideas were used (lol).
”

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珏2郚た䞻äșșć…Źăźă‚žăƒ§ă‚»ăƒ•ăšă„ă†ćć‰ăŻă€ ă‚žăƒ§ăƒŠă‚”ăƒłăšćŒă˜ăă€Œ ゾョゾョ」 にăȘればいいっどこべだけで、 ă“ă‚Œă‚‚æ·±ă„æ„ć‘łăŻăȘい摳1。3ăȘしです。 おèȘżć­è€…ăźæ€§æ ŒăŻă€ ç”ŸçœŸéąç›źă ăŁăŸă‚žăƒ§ăƒŠă‚”ăƒłăšćŻŸæŻ”ă•ă›ăŸă‹ă‚‰ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

物èȘžă§ç›źæŒ‡ă—ăŸăźăŻă€Œ èȘ°ăŒă„ăĄă°ă‚“ćŒ·ă„ăźă‹ă€ 「 どういうäșșé–“ăŒæ€–ă„ăźă‹ă€ ă‚’æăă“ăšă€‚ æ•”ăŒă€Œ ç©¶æ„”ç”Ÿć‘œäœ“ă€ ăšă„ă†èš­ćźšăŻă€ ăŸă•ă«ăă“ă§ă™ă­ă€ éŁŸç‰©é€ŁéŽ–ăźé ‚ç‚č。

ćœ“æ™‚ăŻă€Œ ăšă«ă‹ăè‡Șćˆ†ăźäœœéąšă‚’äœœă‚‰ăȘきゃ」 11ă‹ăăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ ćƒ•ăźć…ˆèŒ©ăźæ–č々1970ćčŽä»Łăźæœ‰ćăȘäœœćź¶ă•ă‚“ăŻă€ 皆さんごè‡Șćˆ†ăźäœœéąšă‚’æŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ ăă“ă«ăŻäœ•ă‹ć€§äș‹ăȘæ„ć‘łăŒă‚ă‚‹ă‚“ă ă‚ă†ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ だからè‡Șćˆ†ăźæŒ«ç”»ăźäșșæ°—ăŒăȘいからべいっど「 ăƒ›ăƒ©ăƒŒă‚’æă„ăŠă„ăŸăźă«ă€ æ€„ă«ă‚čăƒăƒŒăƒ„æŒ«ç”»ă‚„ăƒ©ăƒ–ă‚łăƒĄæŒ«ç”»ă‚’æăă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘっちゃダメだろう」 べ。 「 そこはçȘăè©°ă‚ăŠă„かăȘきゃダメăȘんだ」「 ブレどはいけăȘい」 ăšæ€ă†ă‚ˆă†ă«ăȘったんですそれはè‡Ș戆でè‡Șćˆ†ă‚’èżœă„èŸŒă‚€ă“ăšă«ăȘるけど、 ä»Šă§ă‚‚ç¶šă„ăŠă„ăŸă™ă­ă€‚ èĄŒăè©°ăŸăŁăŸă‚‰ç”‚ă‚ă‚Šă‹ă‚‚ă—ă‚ŒăȘい。 
 ă§ă‚‚é“ăŻćż…ăšé–‹ă‘ă‚‹ăšæ€ăˆă°ă“ăă§ă™ă€‚

珏3郹は、 珏1郚ず珏2郚た䞻äșșć…ŹăŒć€–ć›œäșșă§ç¶šă„ăŸ

ぼで、 æ—„æœŹäșșにăȘったっどうぼはあるかăȘ。 ă§ă‚‚ć‘ă‹ă†ć Žæ‰€ăŻă‚šă‚žăƒ—ăƒˆă ă—ă€ ä»Čé–“ă‚‚ć€–ć›œäșșăŒć€šă‹ăŁăŸă‚“ă§ă™ăŒïŒˆ çŹ‘ïŒ‰ 。 äž»äșș慬ぼ損才は「 æ‰żă€ ăźć­—ă«ăŻă€Œ ć—ă‘ç¶™ăă€ ăšă„ă†æ„ć‘łăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ æœŹćœ“ăŻă€Œ しょう- べいうèȘ­ăżæ–čだけjă”ăƒŠă©ă‰ă©ăŠćŻșぼ損才べかで「 じょう」 じよAずèȘ­ăŸă›ă‚‹ă“ăšă‚‚ă‚ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ ăă‚Œă«æ±șă‚ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ 「 ç©șæĄă€ たæ–čは、 珏3éƒšăŒć§‹ăŸă‚‹æ™‚ă«éŽŒć€‰ă«ć–æă«èĄŒăŁăŸă“ăšăŒă‚ăŁăŠă€ 鎌怉ćč•ćșœăźćŸ·æš©ă ăŁăŸă€Œ ćŒ—æĄă€æ°ă‹ă‚‰ă§ă™ă­ă€‚ それで「 ゾョゾョ=ç©șæĄæ‰żć€Ș郎」 ăšă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

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Event
Interview
Missing interview
Published September 19, 2013
đŸ‘€ Hirohiko Araki
📜
Manga
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Incomplete translation
Website/Online
Interview
Published April 12, 2014
đŸ‘€ Daisuke Ono
📜
Anime

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Ono’s first encounter with Jojo’s came in middle school, when Part 3 of the manga -- Stardust Crusaders -- was running. It wasn’t until he went off to college, however, that he realized just how powerful Jojo’s truly was.

“I had a lot of free time as a college student, and I ended up getting totally sucked into Jojo’s, to the point where I spent what little money I had on the whole series up that point. And then during the course of my going to school, as I read it over and over again, I realized everything I needed to live my life was in that comic.”

A big part of that realization was the rather adult nature of Jojo’s, which mixes horror and suspense elements in a bid to live up to the Bizarre part of its title, and, at least according to Ono, became even more satisfying when viewed through the eyes of an adult.

“As I started to understand the little subtleties and quirks of life, as I experienced doubt, confusion and frustration and accumulated life experience, I found more and more things in Jojo’s that resonated and stayed with me,” Ono said.

Ultimately, Jojo’s was part of the reason he decided to enter the world of broadcasting, and part of how he found success. Ono found himself frustrated with weak communication skills, unable to get others interested in what he had to offer professionally, and floundering in general. It was during this period of his life that he encountered Jojo’s again, discovered a love for radio, and met common friends who would shape the rest of his life.

“The people I work with, my closest friends and acquaintances who I see on a daily basis, are all huge Jojo’s fans. In a way, reading Jojo’s pointed the way forward during the time of my life when I most felt frustrated and unsure of what to do next.” An inspiring story, but how did he feel about getting the chance to play Jotaro Kujo, one of the most iconic characters in manga and anime history?

“Well, Jotaro’s a representative character of the series, and from the part that I think most people are aware of in general, so I felt a lot of pressure at first, followed by more pressure, culminating in
 really, it was just all pressure.”

There were also a few questions asked about the audition process for the Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle video game, which Ono also played Jotaro in. As is often the case in these kinds of situations, the audition process for the Stardust Crusaders TV series was completely separate from that of the game, and Ono found himself having to re-audition for Jotaro all the way from square one. It all ended up working out in the end, though.

“Jotaro is a character who’s cool and collected and on the verge of boiling over all at the same time. He takes those two contradictory elements and makes them work together at a high level,” Ono said. “He’s a guy who’s cool on the surface, but deep down inside he’s white-hot.”[36]
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ă€Žă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™ș ă‚čă‚żăƒŒăƒ€ă‚čăƒˆă‚Żăƒ«ă‚»ă‚€ăƒ€ăƒŒă‚č』 / http://jojo-animation.com/

■ 生きどいく侭でè‡Șćˆ†ă«ćż…èŠăȘèŠçŽ ăŒć…šăŠă“ăźäœœć“ă«ć…„ăŁăŠă„ă‚‹

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―AA ć°ć­Šæ Ąă§ăźć‡șäŒšă„ă‹ă‚‰ă€ć€§ć­ŠăŸă§ăŻé–“ăŒç©șくんですね。

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―AA そぼèŸșりで、ごè‡Șèș«ă«è»ąæ©ŸăŒèšȘă‚ŒăŸăšă„ă†ă“ăšă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

―氏野 äž­ć­Šă€é«˜æ Ąæ™‚ä»ŁăŻè‡Șćˆ†ăŒć°†æ„äœ•ă«ăȘりたいか、かっちりæ±șめどるäșșはăȘかăȘかいăȘă„ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚è‡Șćˆ†ă‚‚ă€Œć€§ć­Šă«èĄŒăŁăŠæ”Ÿé€ăźă“ăšă‚’ć‹‰ćŒ·ă—ăŠæ”Ÿé€æ„­ç•Œă«ăȘんべăȘく閱わりたい」っどいうこべしかæ±șă‚ăŠă„ăŸă›ă‚“ă§ă—ăŸă€‚

―AA æ—„æœŹć€§ć­ŠèŠžèĄ“ć­Šéƒšă«é€Čć­Šă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―氏野 ăă†ă§ă™ă€‚ăŸă ă€ć…„ăŁăŠă‹ă‚‰ă€Œè‡Ș戆はäșșăšăźă‚łăƒŸăƒ„ăƒ‹ă‚±ăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŒè‹Šæ‰‹ă ă€ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă«æ°—ă„ă„ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ćƒ•ăŻæ”Ÿé€ć­Šç§‘ăƒ»ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ćˆ¶äœœă‚łăƒŒă‚čă«ă„ăŸăźă§ă™ăŒă€ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ă‚’äœœă‚‹ăšăȘă‚‹ăšă‚‚ăźă™ă”ăć€šăăźă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ă•ă‚“ăšă‚łăƒŸăƒ„ăƒ‹ă‚±ăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŒćż…èŠă ă—ă€äŒç”»ă‚„æŒ”ć‡șă§ă™ăšă•ă‚‰ă«ć€šăăźäșșă«æŒ‡ç€șをć‡șさăȘいべいけăȘă„ă€‚ă€ăŸă‚Šè‡Șćˆ†ă«èˆˆć‘łă‚’æŒăŁăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŠă€ă‚„ă‚ŠăŸă„ă“ăšă‚’äŒăˆăȘいべいけăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ćƒ•ă«ăŻăă‚ŒăŒć…šăă§ăăȘかった。 ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ćˆ¶äœœă«é–ąă™ă‚‹ć‹‰ćŒ·ă‚‚ă—ăŠăȘă‹ăŁăŸă—ă€ăŸă ć„œăăȘă ă‘ă§æ”Ÿé€ć­Šç§‘ă«ć…„ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ăă“ă§æŒ«æŠ˜ă—ăŠă—ăŸăŁăŠă€‚ăă“ă§ă€ăƒ©ă‚žă‚Șćˆ¶äœœă«èĄŒăă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ ăƒ©ă‚žă‚Șは2äșșいればç•Șç”„äœœă‚ŒăĄă‚ƒă†ă€‚ăƒžăƒłă‚Źă‚„ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄă€ăă†ă—ăŸă‚”ăƒ–ă‚«ăƒ«ăƒăƒŁăƒŒăŒă™ă”ăć„œăă ăŁăŸăźă§ă€ă€Œă“ă‚Œă‚’ä»•äș‹ă«ă—ăŸă„ăȘă€ăšæ€ă„ć§‹ă‚ăŸă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă«è§Šă‚ŒăŸăźăŻăăźæ™‚æœŸăȘんですよ。 äŸ‹ăˆă°ă€çŹŹ3éƒšăźăƒ›ă‚€ă‚ŁăƒŒăƒ«ăƒ»ă‚Șăƒ–ăƒ»ăƒ•ă‚©ăƒŒăƒăƒ„ăƒłïŒˆé‹ć‘œăźè»ŠèŒȘïŒ‰æˆŠăźă‚»ăƒȘフ「『道』べいうもぼはè‡Șćˆ†ă§ćˆ‡ă‚Šé–‹ăă‚‚ăźă ă€ăšă„ă†èš€è‘‰ă€‚ă™ă”ăæ„ŸéŠ˜ă‚’ć—ă‘ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

―AA ćˆșă•ă‚‹èš€è‘‰ă§ă™ă€‚

―氏野 ćźŸăŻăăźæ™‚ăźä»Čé–“ăŻä»Šă§ă‚‚ă™ă”ăé€Łç”Ąă‚’ć–ăŁăŸă‚Šă—ăŸă™ă—ă€çŸć Žă§äŒšăŁăŸă‚Šă‚‚ă™ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄăźćˆ¶äœœă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ă•ă‚“ă«ă„ăŸă‚Šă€ä»Šăƒ©ă‚€ă‚żăƒŒă‚„ăŁăŠă‚‹ć‹ă ăĄă‚‚ă„ăŸă™ă€‚èŠȘć‹ă§ă‚ă‚ŠæˆŠć‹ă§ă‚ă‚‹ć­˜ćœšă§ă™ă€‚ăă‚ŒăŻć€§ć­Šæ™‚ä»Łă€é“ă«èż·ăŁăŠă„ăŸæ™‚ăźè‡Șćˆ†ăŒă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă«ć‡șäŒšăŁăŠć€‰ă‚ăŁăŸă‹ă‚‰ă“ăă ăšæ€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚

―AA ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă«ć°Žă‹ă‚ŒăŠă€ä»Šăźć°é‡Žă•ă‚“ă‚„ć‹äșșたちがいるわけですね。

―氏野 惕ぼ摹りぼäșș、èŠȘć‹ăšă—ăŠä»Šă§ă‚‚ä»˜ăćˆă†äșșっどみんăȘă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ć„œăă§ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ă‚łăƒŸăƒ„ăƒ‹ă‚±ăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’äșșăšć–ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă«æŒ«æŠ˜ă—ăŸæ™‚ă‹ă‚‰ă€ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăšă„ă†äœœć“ăŒäșșç”ŸăźæŒ‡é‡ă«ăȘă‚‹ă€ăšă„ă†ă“ăšăŒăŻă˜ăŸăŁăŠă„ăŸæ°—ăŒă—ăŸă™ă€‚

―AA そういった氏野さんè‡Șèș«ăźäșșç”ŸăźæŒ‡é‡ă«ăȘるようăȘć€§ăăȘäœœć“ă«ă€äž»äșș慬べしど閱われるべいうこべがæ±șăŸăŁăŸæ™‚ăźăŠæ°—æŒăĄăšă„ă†ăźăŻă©ă†ă„ăŁăŸă‚‚ăźă ăŁăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

―氏野 珏3éƒšăŻă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ă‚’ä»ŁèĄšă™ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ăȘă€è±ĄćŸŽçš„ăȘéƒšă ăšæ€ă„ăŸă™ă€‚äž€èˆŹçš„ă«ă‚‚äž€ç•ȘèȘçŸ„ćșŠăŒé«˜ă„ăƒ‘ăƒŒăƒˆă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ă‚‹ăšæ€ă†ăźă§ă€ăăźäž»äșșć…Źăƒ»ç©șæĄæ‰żć€ȘéƒŽă‚’æŒ”ă˜ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ăźăŻă€æœ€ćˆăŻăƒ—ăƒŹăƒƒă‚·ăƒŁăƒŒă€ă•ă‚‰ă«ăƒ—ăƒŹăƒƒă‚·ăƒŁăƒŒâ€Šâ€ŠæœŹćœ“ă«ăƒ—ăƒŹăƒƒă‚·ăƒŁăƒŒă§ă—ăŸă€‚

â– ă€€ă‚ŻăƒŒăƒ«ă§ăȘんかでいられăȘい

â€•ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄïŒă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄïŒïŒˆä»„äž‹ă€AA PS3バトルă‚ČăƒŒăƒ ăźă€Œă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźć„‡ćŠ™ăȘ憒é™șă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ«ă‚čă‚żăƒŒăƒăƒˆăƒ«ïŒˆä»„äž‹ă€ASBïŒ‰ă€ă§æ‰żć€ȘéƒŽă‚’ć°é‡Žă•ă‚“ăŻæŒ”ă˜ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ăŒă€ä»Šć›žăŻă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’ć—ă‘ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă‹ă‚‰ăźæ±șćźšă ăŁăŸăźă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

â€•ć°é‡Žć€§èŒ”ă•ă‚“ïŒˆä»„äž‹ă€ć°é‡ŽïŒ‰ ASBăšăŻăŸăŸé•ăŁăŸæž ç”„ăżă§ă€æ”čめどケニメはă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’ă™ă‚‹ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă«ăȘăŁăŠă€‚æœŹćœ“ă«ă‚Œăƒ­ă‹ă‚‰ăźă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă§ă—ăŸă€‚

―AA ă‚ȘăƒŒăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłć—ă‘ă‚‰ă‚ŒăŠă€ASBă«ç¶šă„ăŠć†ăłæ±șćźšăźçŸ„ă‚‰ă›ă‚’ć—ă‘ăŸă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă­ă€‚

―氏野 ăă‚Œă§èŠšæ‚ŸăŒæ±șăŸă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ASBă§ă‚„ă‚‰ă›ăŠă‚‚ă‚‰ăŁăŸæ™‚ă«ă‚‚ă™ă”ăăƒ—ăƒŹăƒƒă‚·ăƒŁăƒŒăŻæ„Ÿă˜ăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄăźçŸć Žă§ă‚‚ă€æœŹćœ“ă«ă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§æ„›ăŒç‚žèŁ‚ă—ăŠă„ă‚‹äœœć“ă§ă™ă€‚ă—ă‹ă‚‚ăƒ†ăƒŹăƒ“ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄç‰ˆçŹŹ3郚は珏1・2éƒšă‹ă‚‰ă€Œé­‚ă€ă‚’ćŒ•ăç¶™ă„ă§ă„ăäœœć“ă§ă™ă€‚ 珏1・2郹ぼキャă‚čトさんやă‚čă‚żăƒƒăƒ•ă•ă‚“ăšè©±ă‚’ă—ăŠă€ăăźäșșé”ăŒć—ă‘ç¶™ă„ă§æ„ăŸă‚‚ăźă‚’ä»ŠćșŠăŻçŹŹ3郚でè‡Șćˆ†ăŒæŒ”ă˜ă‚‹ă‚ă‘ă§ă™ă€‚

―AA テレビケニメ版第1・2郹から第3éƒšăŒć—ă‘ç¶™ă„ă§ă„ăă€‚

―氏野 ăŻă„ă€‚ă“ă‚ŒăŻă‚‚ă†æ‰żć€ȘéƒŽăźă€Œæ‰żă€ăźć­—ă§ă™ă‚ˆă­ă€‚æ‰żă‚‹ă—ă‹ăȘă„ăšă€èŠšæ‚Ÿă—ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

―AA æ‰żć€ȘéƒŽăšă„ă†ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă‚’æŒ”ă˜ă‚‹ă«ćœ“ăŸăŁăŠăŻă©ă†ă„ă†ă‚ąăƒ—ăƒ­ăƒŒăƒă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăŸăźă§ă—ă‚‡ă†ă‹ă€‚

―氏野 æ‰żć€ȘéƒŽăŻć†·é™ă•ăšç†±ă•ăźäžĄæ–čă‚’æŒăŁăŠă„ă‚‹äșșă§ă™ă€‚ç›žćă™ă‚‹ăƒąăƒŽă‚’é«˜ă„æŹĄć…ƒă§äžĄç«‹ă•ă›ăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚æœ€ćˆăŻăă‚Œă‚’äžĄç«‹ă™ă‚‹ă“ăšăŒăƒ—ăƒŹăƒƒă‚·ăƒŁăƒŒă«ăȘăŁăŠă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚æŠ€èĄ“ă§ăă‚Œă‚’ă‚„ă‚ă†ăšă—ăŠă„ăŸăźă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚ ăă‚ŒăŒä»ŠăŻă€Œă‚ŻăƒŒăƒ«ă§ăŻă„ă‚‰ă‚ŒăȘă„ïŒă€ăšă„ă†æ€ă„ă«è‡łă‚ŠăŸă—ăŸă€‚ă ă‹ă‚‰ă“ăźäœœć“ăźæ‰żć€ȘéƒŽăŻç†±ă™ăŽă‚‹ăă‚‰ă„ç†±ăèŠ‹ăˆă‚‹ă‹ă‚‚çŸ„ă‚ŒăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚æ‰żć€ȘéƒŽăŻèĄšéąçš„ă«ăŻă‚ŻăƒŒăƒ«ăȘă‚“ă ă‘ă©ă€æœŹèłȘçš„ă«ăŻç”¶ćŻŸç†±ă„ç”·ă ăšæ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

■ テă‚čăƒˆă‹ă‚‰ă‚Żăƒ©ă‚€ăƒžăƒƒă‚Żă‚čă€‚ç†±é‡ăźćŒ•ăçź—ăŻă—ăȘい

â€•ă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄïŒă‚ąăƒ‹ăƒĄïŒïŒˆä»„äž‹ă€AA ä»ŠäœœăŻćŽéŒČăźæ™‚é–“ăŒæœă‚€ăƒăšă„ă†ăŠè©±ă‚’äŒșă„ăŸă—ăŸă€‚

â€•ć°é‡Žć€§èŒ”ă•ă‚“ïŒˆä»„äž‹ă€ć°é‡ŽïŒ‰ æœă‚€ăƒă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚

―AA æœă‹ă‚‰ăƒ•ăƒ«ăƒœăƒȘăƒ„ăƒŒăƒ ă§è‡šăŸă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

―氏野 そうăȘんです。揎éŒČăźć‰ăźæ—„ăŻćźŒć…šă«ăŠé…’ă‚’æ–­ă€ă‚ˆă†ă«ă—ăŠăŸă™ă€‚æœ€èż‘ăŻă‚žăƒ§ă‚žăƒ§ăźăŸă‚ă«ă»ăŒæ–­é…’çŠ¶æ…‹ă§ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăćŁ°ă‚’ăƒ™ă‚čăƒˆă‚łăƒłăƒ‡ă‚Łă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă§ć‡șă›ă‚‹ă‚ˆă†ă«ăšă„ă†ă“ăšă‚’ćŸčćș•ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―AA ă™ă•ăŸă˜ă„æŒ”æŠ€ă‚’ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―氏野 みんăȘそうです。キャă‚čトさんはみんăȘテă‚čăƒˆă‹ă‚‰ć…šăćŁ°é‡ă‚’ćŒ•ă‹ăȘă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă€‚ć…šéƒšæœŹç•Șăšă„ă†æ°—æŒăĄă§ă™ă€‚äž­é€”ćŠç«ŻăŻç”¶ćŻŸă§ăăȘいăȘăšćƒ•ă‚‚èŠšæ‚Ÿă—ăŠă‚„ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

―AA 音響監督ぼćČ©æ”ȘïŒˆçŸŽć’ŒïŒ‰ă•ă‚“ă‹ă‚‰ăźăƒ‡ă‚ŁăƒŹă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŻă©ăźă‚ˆă†ăȘă‹ăŸăĄă§ă™ă‹ïŒŸ

―氏野 ăƒ€ă‚€ăƒŠăƒŸăƒƒă‚Żă§ă™ïŒă€Œć›°ăŁăŸă‚‰ćŽŸäœœèŠ‹ăŠăă ă•ă„ïŒă€ăšă€Œć›°ăŁăŸă‚‰ćŁ°ćŒ”ăŁăŠăă ă•ă„ïŒă€ăŻæœ€ćˆă«èš€ă‚ă‚ŒăŠă„ăŸă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ そしどćœčè€…ăžăźă‚ąăƒ—ăƒ­ăƒŒăƒăšă—ăŠæœ€è‰ŻăźăƒŻăƒŒăƒ‰ă‚’éžă‚“ă§ă€ç”¶ćŻŸă«ăăźç†±é‡ă‚’ć†·ăŸă•ăȘă„ă‚ˆă†ă«éŒČっどくれるんです。テă‚čăƒˆă‹ă‚‰ă‚Żăƒ©ă‚€ăƒžăƒƒă‚Żă‚čăȘぼで。

―AA テă‚čăƒˆă‹ă‚‰ă‚Żăƒ©ă‚€ăƒžăƒƒă‚Żă‚čですか。

―氏野 ă‚‚ăĄă‚ă‚“ă€Œă“ă“ăźèĄšçŸăŻă“ă†ă—ăŠă»ă—ă„ă€ăšă„ăŁăŸă“ăšăŻă‚ă‚ŠăŸă™ă€‚ăšă«ă‹ăćŒ•ăçź—ăŻă—ăȘă„ă§ă€ă©ă‚“ă©ă‚“ç†±é‡ă‚’è¶łă—ăŠă€ć†·ă‚ăȘă„ă†ăĄă«ç”¶ćŻŸă«éŒČりきる。 ćČ©æ”Șă•ă‚“ăźăƒ‡ă‚ŁăƒŹă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłăŻă™ă”ăæ—©ă„ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆă€‚ćČ©æ”Șă•ă‚“ăźć›žè»ąăźé€Ÿă•ăŻă€ćƒ•ă‚‰ăźè“„ăˆăŠăăŸç†±é‡ă‚’ć‡șă™æ™‚ă«ă™ă”ăă‚„ă‚Šă‚„ă™ă„ă€‚ć†·ă‚ăȘă„ă†ăĄă«ă—ăŁă‹ă‚Šăšăƒ‡ă‚ŁăƒŹă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă—ăŠéŒČă‚ŠăăŁăŠăă‚Œă‚‹ă€‚äżĄé Œæ„ŸăŻăƒăƒłăƒ‘ăȘいですね。

―AA ă™ă°ă‚‰ă—ă„ă‚ąăƒ•ăƒŹă‚łçŸć Žă§ă™ă€‚

―氏野 çŽ°ă‹ă„ăƒ‡ă‚ŁăƒŹă‚Żă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă§ăŻă€Œăƒƒă€ă‚’ć€§äș‹ă«ăšă‹ă€ć€§ăă„ă€Œă‚ă€ăŻć€§ăă„ă€Œă‚ă€ă§èš€ăŁăŠăă ă•ă„ăšă‹ă€‚ă€Œ?じゃあăȘă„ă€ăźă€Œă‚ă€ăšă‹ć€§äș‹ă«ă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ăă—ăŠă€çŹ‘ă„ăŒç”¶ăˆăȘă„ă€è‰Żă„çŸć Žă§ă™ă­ă€‚

â– ă€€ă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă«äŒŒăŸé­‚ă‚’æŒăŁăŸă‚­ăƒŁă‚čトたち

―AA ăŸă•ă«ăăźă‚łăƒłăƒ“ăƒăƒŒă‚·ăƒ§ăƒłă‚’æˆç«‹ă•ă›ă‚‹ă“ăšăźă§ăă‚‹ă‚­ăƒŁă‚čăƒˆé™Łăšă‚‚èš€ăˆăŸă™ă€‚

―氏野 そうですね、キャă‚čăƒˆăŻă™ă”ăă‚­ăƒŁăƒ©ă‚Żă‚żăƒŒă«ćłă—ăŸă€ăšă„ă†ă‚ˆă‚ŠäŒŒăŸă€Œé­‚ă€ă‚’æŒăŁăŸäșșたちがキャă‚čăƒ†ă‚Łăƒłă‚°ă•ă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹æ°—ăŒă—ăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚ 䞉柅恄ć€Șăă‚“ăŻç†±ă„ă€ă™ă”ăç†±ă„ă§ă™ïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚çŸłćĄšé‹æ˜‡ă•ă‚“ă‚‚ă€ă€Œć€§ăă„ćŁ°ć‡șしたくăȘă„ă€ăŠèš€ă†ă‚“ă§ă™ă‘ă‚Œă©è‡Ș戆が侀ç•Ș棰ć‡șă—ăŠă„ă‚‹ă‚“ă§ă™ă‚ˆïŒˆçŹ‘ïŒ‰ă€‚ă‚‚ăźă™ă”ăçŸć Žă‚’ćŒ•ăŁćŒ”ăŁăŠă„ăŁăŠăă‚ŒăŠă„ă‚‹ă€‚ă™ă”ăă‚žăƒ§ă‚»ăƒ•ăŁăœă„ă§ă™ă€‚ćčłć·ć€§èŒ”ă•ă‚“ă‚‚ć°æŸăă‚“ă‚‚æœŹćœ“ă«äŒŒăŠă„ă‚‹ăȘăšæœ€èż‘æ€ăŁăŠă„ăŸă™ă€‚

■ 「ă‚Șラă‚Șăƒ©ă€ăŻă„ăŸă‚‚é€Č挖しどいる

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Published July 4, 2015
đŸ‘€ Naokatsu Tsuda
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ANN: What is the difference between your role as director and Kenichi Suzuki's role as "series director," as far as how things are managed?

Naokatsu Tsuda: The best way to think of it is not as co-directors, but one as the executive director and one as the actual director.

So he's in more of a producer position and you are the creative director?

We're both creative, but I have final say in everything.

How were you approached about directing a JoJo's television series and what was your reaction?

So, the story starts off with me being an employee at our production company, David Production. My previous work was directing Inu X Boku Secret Service and our Vice President, a man by the name of Kajita, asked me, "You like JoJo?" And I said "Yes!" And he said, "Okay, you're directing JoJo." That's it! Very easy.

When looking at the material, did you feel that there was much adaptation that needed to be made for language and references, since it is over twenty years old, or did you feel that it was timeless and you didn't have to change much?

The main adaptation needed for a modern audience would be in the visuals. If you look at the original JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, the lines are very detailed and I question if a modern viewer would be able to relate to these details. Also, we do need to simplify the lines for animation. So simplifying the lines was something we definitely prioritized. But the JoJo's graphic novels, over the years, have become something of an internet meme, or at least they are the source of a lot of internet memes. One thing we can do today that wouldn't have been possible 20 years ago is pick up on already established memes and see how we can pull those into the anime. Many parts of the series are already finished, so we are in a unique position today where we can do a wholesale retrospective on them. Also, modern audiences have a preference for higher-paced dialogue, so that's also different today from how it would've been adapted back then.

That's very interesting to hear about the meme culture of JoJo's. So you were aware of that stuff going in and you consciously said, "Oh we have to get this right, we have to make this feel classic for fans of the manga?"

Yes, in fact that was fully intended. We wanted to make a show where a fan could watch the animated episode and then go back to the graphic novel and see that their idea of JoJo was faithfully animated. We wanted to make something that could be shared as a new source of fan memes, and something where everyone's idea of JoJo could come to life through it.

One of my favorite things about JoJo's is the incredible sound design and music work on this show, both the soundtrack and the use of sound effects visually is very powerful. I feel like viewers can listen to this show and understand the story almost as well as seeing it. What was your philosophy going into the music and sound effects for the series?

The written words that show up in JoJo's is something that we call a "word effect." This comes directly from the manga, where if you look directly at the panel, the written sound effects are an integral part of the layout. Usually, when you animate a graphic novel, all those sound effects would be taken out, but that also changes the visual layout of the panel in translation to the screen. Now when you look at streaming culture today in Japan, especially when you look at websites such as Niconico, all the users just paste up their text reactions as part of the video stream, and that's part of the actual fan culture. My takeaway from that was younger audiences of today don't actually have any problem seeing written sound effects onscreen. So rather than changing the original manga layout, we wanted to incorporate that into the anime as well and use word effects in choice places for favorite lines and favorite sounds, perhaps sound effects that the viewer might want to shout out along with the show. So it's just thinking about things backwards and then making them work out. I don't think you actually need to be able to read the text, because it's more of a visual element than a language thing.

For the music, I really wanted to incorporate film-style music rather than something that resembled a variety show. When you use music in film, it's often set to a specific character or emotion or scene. In the first two parts of Jojo's, the music is really set to the scene and only once in a while is it set to the emotions of the moment. Part 1 takes place in 19th century England, which isn't exactly a place anyone has first-hand experience living through. So we used the music to establish a sense of history and location and period that we can relate to. Then we skip over to Part 2, which takes place in Art Deco America. So we had to establish something more stylish and pop in tone there. Since there's a graphic visual difference between Part 1 and Part 2, we wanted the audience to be transported 50 years forward through the music as well as the visuals.

What was the process for choosing the ending theme songs like "Roundabout" and "Walk Like an Egyptian?" Is this a tradition that you want to continue in future parts?

Well, those came from the author of the original graphic novel, Hirohiko Araki. They're all songs that he was listening to back when he was drawing the individual parts. Mr. Araki only listens to Western music because he doesn't understand English, so none of the lyrics come across to him as language, but as pure sound. So we got a list of these songs that he was listening to back when he was writing each part, and we chose songs for the closing animation based on which ones Warner was able to secure the rights for. It was up to Warner to actually do the negotiating. So if there is an anime production of the next part, we'll probably go by the same process. Traditionally, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has been a gateway to learn about Western music for Japanese readers. For American fans, a lot of the music and names featured in JoJo's are more an acknowledgement of familiar artists, but this is also cause for Warner to be engaged in a lot of negotiations to secure those rights.

Yes, the names of these characters are changed in the official subtitles for American viewers. Vanilla Ice becomes Cool Ice, Oingo Boingo becomes Zenyatta Mondatta, and so on. The fans always know the real names, so they see that and sort of laugh at it. They feel like "what, are they afraid of lawyers?" How do you feel about American audiences being given changed names?

Well, I do think someone may have tried to err on the sensitive side of things in translation. When you look at characters like Oingo and Boingo, if the musical artist of the same name wasn't happy with the idea of being depicted as such comical characters, perhaps erring on the sensitive side might have been the right decision.


On that note, where did the Oingo Boingo Brothers song come from? It was a very fun surprise!

Part 3, Stardust Crusaders, is split into two halves for television airing. At the time, the music producer at Warner, Mr. Oomori, had asked if there was any scene-specific music that I wanted to have in the series. You might be familiar with a specific practice in Japanese animation where episode one and episode three are very important for a show's production. If episode one doesn't execute well, a lot of viewers will write off the show and never watch it. And you also need to have a new development or twist take place in episode three, or more established viewers will abandon the show. It's not such an issue with episode four onwards, but that's the unfortunately reality of the industry right now. The Oingo Boingo episode in question is actually episode three of Stardust Crusaders' second half, so we knew we had to make it stand out. Boingo is an enemy who uses manga as their gimmick, so for the ending we thought this could be the first and only instance of a character song. I thought it would be something that the viewers would be very happy to see. So I went to producer Oomori, he greenlit it, and the Oingo Boingo Brothers happened.

And the Hol Horse Boingo Combo as well! Now do you have a favorite Joestar or a favorite character? Not just in the three parts that are animated, but from any of it?

Well, since I just finished working on Stardust Crusaders, I'm most sympathetic to Jotaro. In part 4, my favorite is still Jotaro. As a high school reader of the manga, my favorite Joestar was
 well, it's actually questionable if he's from the Joestar family, but he's the main character from part 5, Giorno Giovanna. He's actually Dio's child, but he inherits a very large portion of the Joestar family spirit.

You mentioned that the manga's art could be difficult to adapt to animation. What were your thoughts on adapting the manga's striking color design in a way that wouldn't be too overwhelming?

One thing that makes anime different is that once you establish the color setting, you can't change it, whereas there's no set color for a lot of things in the JoJo's graphic novel. Once we established the color setting inside the anime, we knew there might be a lot of fans who would object to the choice of colors. As a JoJo fan myself, I do really understand the kinds of things they would object to. So we decided on scene-specific coloring, so that the "set color" could still change depending on the specifics of the scene. Since the graphic novel doesn't actually have set colors for a lot of things, I think that was one way to take advantage of its style, while creating something that would be acceptable to fans.

One last question: JoJo's is filled with great moments of elation, and it must be exciting for the voice cast to do that sort of thing. What was the most powerful moment for you, vocally?

There's far too many to mention, but if I were to choose one, it would be the final episode of Stardust Crusaders, where Jotaro and Dio are having their showdown, and it is the battle of ORAORA and MUDAMUDA.

I knew the story, so I knew it was coming, but I was still surprised when Dio shouted "ROAD ROLLER!"

I'm very happy to hear that.[38]

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  38. ↑ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/feature/2015-07-16/interview-jojo-bizarre-adventure-director-naokatsu-tsuda/.90413


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