DIO vs Diavolo? GER vs Tusk ACT4? Mista vs Hol Horse? Formaggio vs Gwess? Pet Shop vs Ghiaccio? Mariah vs Risotto Nero? Vanilla Ice vs Okuyasu (Vampirized Ice, inside DIO's Mansion)? N'Doul vs Anjuro Katagiri?
Best JoJo Trip?
- Two weeks in England
- Skiing in Switzerland
- Tokyo to Cairo journey
- A month in Japan (not Morioh)
- Tour of Italy
- Tour of Florida
- Crossing the United States
Strongest Joestar Group
彼の作品は、僕のにおいと、とても近い—— ———————————————— 漫画家 寺沢 武一
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バオーの説得カある描写にはうなった！ ———————————————— 作家 夢枕 獏
- When did you discover Jojo ?
- What made you such a fan of JoJo ?
- Tell us more about the JoJo Posing School. How did you become involved with it?
- Tell us more about Oni-sensei. When did you meet? Are you still in touch with him?
- How did you meet with Hirohiko Araki ?
- What are your favorite part/jojo/villain ?
- What do you think about the evolution of jojo now ?
- Jojo is very popular overseas these days. What are your thoughts on it ?
Best beatdown in JJBA ?
- Jonathan vs. Bruford
- Jotaro vs. Kakyoin
- Jotaro vs. Rubber Soul
- Jotaro vs. Steely Dan
- Jotaro vs. Anubis
- Polnareff & Jotaro vs. Alessi
- Polnareff vs Vanilla Ice
- Jotaro vs. Dio (Star Platinum vs. The World)
- Jotaro vs. Dio (before DIO sucks Joseph's blood)
- Josuke vs. Yuya Fungami
- Jotaro vs Kira (1)
- Jotaro vs. Kira (2)
- Giorno vs. Black Sabbath
- Bucciarati vs. Pesci
- Narancia vs. Squalo
- Giorno vs. Cioccolata
- Giorno vs. Diavolo
- Jolyne vs. Johngalli A.
- Ermes vs. Sports Maxx
- Jolyne vs. Rikiel
- Jolyne vs. Lang Rangler
- Jolyne vs. Miraschon
- Jolyne vs. Miu Miu
- Johnny vs. Funny Valentine
http://tkr2000.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/2012/07/post-713a.html Araki Misery couverture
https://privatter.net/p/86425 tohoku speech 2013 from araki
https://www.zhihu.com/question/28288640 An idol jojo fan ?
Born in Hokkaido. Read JoJo in high-school.
Co-founder and chief instructor of the JoJo's Posing School (ジョジョ立ち教室 Jojotachi kyōshitsu).
2012 Reconversion into a farmer in Vietnam, cultivating and harvesting fruits.
Born in Osaka in 1967. Graduated from Kinki University. Wrote "The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Words (現代用語の基礎知識)" published in 2010. カジポン・マルコ・残月.
Co-founder of the JoJo's Posing School (ジョジョ立ち教室 Jojotachi kyōshitsu).
Kajipon is a seasoned traveller. He has notably completed several trips mirroring the journeys of the protagonists of each part, from a trip to England to crossing the United States.
Kajipon's most notable activity is his habit of visiting the graves of past personalities. Self-described as a Tomb Miler (墓マイラー Haka mairā) as he's visited the tombs of over 2500 people across 33 countries.
In August 1987, Mr. Kajipon was in front of Dostoevsky's tomb in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in the former Soviet Union. "I was a 19-year-old student at the time. As the last ritual for my teens, I decided to thank my" parents "." When I put my hand on the grave and said "Spa Shiva (Thank you)", a thunder-struck shock ran all over my body.
From the second year of high school, he left his parents' house and lived alone. This is because "the father was in a fight all the time." As a sensitive and troubled teenager, I read Dostoevsky's works such as "Crime and Punishment" and saved my heart many times. From the time I was in my third year of high school, I became a "junkie" who was absorbed in literature, music, and painting. The opportunity is unrequited love. Every time I fell in love with a junior student who aspired to be an art school, a music college student, or a librarian at a library, I began to read literary books, listen to music, and thoroughly investigate the lives of artists.
I always ended up with a broken heart, but the world expanded. "Beethoven, who died at the age of 56, had a broken heart, but he produced a masterpiece in the midst of unrequited love. Van Gogh also had a broken heart, but he drew a masterpiece like" Himawari. " Touched is not the end of the world. Many artists have turned broken hearts into immortal masterpieces. "
In the same graveyard as Dostoevsky, there is also the grave of composers Tchaikovsky and Mussorgsky, and when leaving the graveyard, he said, "I have to thank other artists! Bach! Shakespeare! Goethe! I have to hurry!" It is said that he was driven by a feeling.
I would like to trace the lives of the "beneficiaries" who supported me when I was mentally distressed and express my gratitude. Driven by that thought, while working as a truck driver, when he saves money, he goes on a "pilgrimage trip" at home and abroad. The target has spread to all kinds of great people who have contributed to the history and culture of humankind. "Thanks to the widespread use of the Internet and the creation of a homepage, it has become possible to eat at lecture requests and writing requests. But if you get stuck, even a truck driver will do anything."
The first European pilgrimage at the age of 21 in 1989.
"Even if you say visiting a grave, you can't just come to see the gravestone," he says. "The important thing is to express gratitude. If there is a birthplace nearby, I will stop by. I want to follow in the footsteps of that person. The final point is the grave. However, I have to choose because the funds are not abundant. And I aim to visit the grave more than once as much as possible. I think that it is only when I visit the grave multiple times. "
The destination is not always a graveyard. From the ship in the Antarctic, he made an idea of the direction of Robert Scott's distress and put his hands together, and in the Arctic, Roald Amundsen prayed in the direction of his disappearance.
In 2019, I traveled to South Korea and Taiwan. In Seoul, I visited the grave of Takumi Asakawa, a Japanese who loved Korean ceramics and studied locally, and in the south, I also visited the graves of students scattered in the Gwangju Uprising. In Taiwan, we visited the tombs of Teresa Teng , the hero of the independence movement Mona Rudao, and Yoichi Hatta, who built the Wushantou Dam .
"Around 101 countries, we were able to confirm that humans have much more in common than differences, even if they have different nationalities and cultures. Smiles return with a smile and help troubled travelers." .. No matter where you go, the facial expressions of the people who come to visit the grave give you a feeling of longing and prayer for the deceased. "That's why, even when there are conflicts between countries, we want to look at what they have in common and respect each other."
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