Friday Funny 47: Tenohira ga Kataruko!

Tenohira ga Kataruko = “what our palms speak to us”

TGIF! Thank God it’s Friday! Hello everybody and welcome back for another exciting episode of TGIF: Friday Funny. Today is March 11th and it has been 5 years since Japan got struck by an earthquake with a magnitude of 9.0. I am not sure how is Japan now but I want to let them know that I hope everyone is okay and may God bless everyone. Blocked by YouTube, the Japanese idol band AK48 released a special song called “Tenohira ga Kataruko” in which shows the support for Japanese victims. If you wish to download the song, click in the link below:

Besides that, remember to set your time on Saturday night because on Sunday it’s Daylight Savings, March 13. So spring forward to one more hour!  Now let’s not waste anymore time and let’s begin happy hour! Pun intended :).

As a way to show this post I wanted to share this video with everyone. This is from 2013 Anime Festival Asia (AFA) and it was created by Microsoft Singapore. It’s a amazing video ^_^

Sayanara 🙂

Remembering the Japan 2011 Earthquake

It’s been 4 years since the earthquake hit Japan and then followed by a tsunami. This tragic incident took many lives, and destroyed homes. Even after these years, many citizens still need help recovering and rebuild buildings.  Music bands AKB48, SKE48, NMB48, and HKT48 are getting involve by having special concerts to raise money. This is a special project called “Dareka no Tame ni”. Let’s never forget this incident.

Tenohira ga Katarukoto” (“what our palms speak to us“) is a special song made by AKB48 to help one other after the March 11, 2011 earthquake-tsunami incident. According to the band, this song helps the needed people and bring smiles to children.