Team JB Staff writer, Naomi Shibuya Strauss
前代未聞の日本紹介本、谷山雄二朗の ‘Master of Japan’ （小社刊）の勢いが止まらない。
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Yujiro Samurai Taniyama, Japan Broadcasting.net Editor in chief
Spanish soccer legend Xavi Hernandez predicted that Qatar would defeat Japan in the finals of FIFA-AFC Asian Cup 2019, on a Qatari TV program back in December last year.
Xavi’s bets have not been capricious in any way so far, since he has actually got seven out of eight quarter-finalists correct: Iran, South Korea, Australia, UAE, China, Qatar and Japan. The Spaniard even guessed correctly, that the final match will be played between Doha and Tokyo.
That, I must say is simply splendid. He surely deserves a big credit.
However, the former Barcelona F.C midfielder unfortunately will prove crucially wrong in the upcoming match, scheduled on February 1. Since I predict that it will be the Samurai Blue that will get the last laugh.
Why? There are few reasons for this. First, Nippon has a lethal weapon; a mischievous mascot girl called Fuchico (コップのフチ子）. Whenever she sits on the ‘Fuchi’, or the tip of a glass cup, the Samurais prevail.
Continue reading Asian Cup 2019: Japan’s Fuchico to destroy Xavi’s wishful prediction
Yujiro Samurai Taniyama, Japan Broadcasting . net Editor in Chief
Sushi power has done it once again.
The fate of “FIFA-AFC Asian Cup 2019” now rests in the hands of Japan, Iran, Qatar and the hosts UAE. Defending champions Australia and Asian powerhouse South Korea were struck by an unfathomable tragedy last night, when they were ousted by lower-ranked foes.
Next, in the semi-finals, the Samurai Blue will fight Iran, while Qatar encounters the mighty United Arab Emirates. And for the benefit of the reader that is not a huge soccer fan, let me underscore that the Asian Cup is a crucial football event that is held every four years, to decide the No.1 in the biggest continent in the world – Asia.
Continue reading 5 reasons why Japan will win the AFC Asian Cup 2019 | Japan Broadcasting.net 【JB】
JB’s Editor in Chief, Yujiro Samurai Taniyama
Emperor Akihito will abdicate on April 30, 2019.
His son Prince Hironomiya will then become Nippon’s 126th Tenno, a Japanese term for “symbolic figurehead of the state”, or the Emperor.
What?! The famous Prince Charles?! Well as far as I am concerned, his hyper-exuberant mom is unlikely to abdicate anytime soon, so there’s absolutely no denying the fact that he will remain as a “Happy Prince” till the flawed Brexit deal is signed, to say the least.
But in this blog, I would like to sit back and contemplate on Mr. Komuro Kei, an alleged fraudster like Mr.Carlos Ghosn the famous. Foreign reader may never heard of Mr.Komuro, or KOK (lets make this his acronym here), but this 27 year old is purportedly Nippon’s Princess Maco’s college sweetheart. I do not possess confidential datas that he is a Christian, although the pair met while both were attending International Christian University in Kichijoji city, west of Tokyo, near Academy Award winning director Miyazaki Hayao’s “Studio Giblhi“.
Continue reading Princess Maco’s “boyfriend” Mr. Komuro Kei, his mom and her ‘Sugar Daddy’
By Editor-in-chief, Yujiro Samurai Taniyama
Another tedious day was about to begin this morning in Tokyo , once again.
Until one mighty friend called me, and delivered an unfathomable shocking news.
He said, “Rising Sin is now 3rd man! This must be a fake news!”
“Stop that petty nonsense you idiot”, I replied, still inside the comfy futon.
Then he sent me a link.
I couldn’t believe my slanty little eyes (from the westerner’s view). But there it was, fake as it may be, my little bombshell had won the prestigious bronze medal (for now, to say the least), at Amazon Olympics 2018.
Japan category, that is.
Fake news. Yes, it must be.
I rubbed my eyes a coupe of times, pinched my crotch, and there were tangible pain.
Continue reading 3rd in Amazon rankings! “Master of Japan” | Written by Yujiro Samurai Taniyama
by JB Editorial Team
Today, it was announced that 30 million foreign visitors had visited Japan in 2018, for the first time in its 2,600 years history. The figure is massive! And thank you very much for visiting the land of the rising sun.
And on this historic day, Japan Broadcasting 【JB】is proud to announce the release of an unparalleled book that might blow your mind. It is titled “MASTER OF JAPAN” – with the subtitle ‘Cultural Learnings of the Amazing Land of the Rising Sin”, now available on Amazon U.S, Amazon U.K, Amazon Japan and elsewhere! The author is our editor in chief, Yujiro Samurai Taniyama.
The book’s official website page explains it all, but Team JB is thrilled to deliver a piece of work that may intrigue you with the untold side of the story, of the ridiculously opaque nation.
Continue reading Master of Japan | Cultural Learnings of the Land of the Rising Sin – Yujiro Taniyama | Now available on Amazon stores worldwide!