Posted on 2014-02-04 01:26:09


On Setsubun, we ate ehomaki in the morning, then did bean throwing at the workplace and at home-!!

Tomomi-n was the demon at the workplace! (laugh)

And then, at home, it was Mummy’s turn this year to be the demon-! (laugh)

Demons- Out-!!

And then,
on my way home from Nippon Broadcasting,
I passed by a place with burdock roots…

As a mark, I roughly counted out as many beans as the age of the burdock, and used them to spell out a message! (。-∀-) Hehe

Did everyone notice-?

Have a delicious one-! ( ̄▽ ̄)♪♪

And then, Takagi and Ariyasu
performed at Tobikkiri! Shizuoka today (((o(*゜▽゜*)o))) Yahoo—!!!

…Eh? What about me-? (laugh)

Hey there!


the true Shizuoka native!! O-i. (laugh)

They even gave me a call and said “We’re in Shizuoka now-!”. (laugh)

But it’s great that they had fun ( ̄▽ ̄)♪

I’ve gotten it down on tape, ready to watch! (´▽`)

1. Setsubun is the day before the beginning of Spring in Japan. The name literally means “seasonal division”, and is celebrated yearly on February 3 as part of the Spring Festival.
2. Ehomaki is a sushi roll usually eaten on Setsubun.
3. One traditional practice of Setsubun is to throw roasted beans either out the door or at a member of the family wearing a demon mask, while saying “Demons out! Luck in!”.