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Kanjani8 members home talk

17:35 JST November 17, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

I’ve come across a number of fan blogs and gossip websites saying that during the Kanjani8 concert on November 11 in Fukuoka, the group started talking about each other’s houses.

It was kinda cute so I’ve tried to summarize them:

Shingo Murakami’s home

The toilet is in the middle of the house, and apparently this is not a good thing in terms of feng shui.

Murakami had said he’d been told about this by several fortune tellers and had thought about moving.  But other than the bathroom, he said he really likes his place and was told that as long as he placed 盛り塩 (Morishio, a heap of salt in the shape of a pyramid – a type of talisman) in the room it would be alright.


Tadayoshi Okura’s home

Yokoyama: What’s your house like Okura?

Okura: My place is quite clean

Murakami: Okura’s place is really organized

Okura: I’ve got every kind of alcoholic drink too


Shota Yasuda’s home

Yasuda has a lot of alcoholic drinks but Murakami said he was disappointed that Yasuda didn’t have any shochu (type of spirits).

This was when Yasuda had invited Murakami for drinks one night but because there was no shochu, the two opened up a bottle of champagne Yasuda had been given as a present.


Ryo Nishikido’s home (family home)

Yokoyama: It is so dirty!

Nishikido: You mean back at my family’s house!

Yokoyama: It was something like three storeys and his room was on the third floor.  But his brother’s room was on the second so he’d go, “SHHH!  My brother’s room is on the second floor so you have to be quiet!”

Nishikido: I was scared of him

Yokoyama: (Nishikido would go) “Right!  Now!  Go!” and we’d make a dash for it, right?

Murakami: And then there’s nowhere to sit in your room!  There were sneakers lying around everywhere, he’d be throwing things aside and saying, “I’ll make some space for you to sit now!”

Yasuda: Then he’d say, “here you go”.

Subaru: There was sand all around your bed.  I remember thinking it must’ve been from your sneakers….


Ryo Nishikido’s home (now)

Yokoyama: What kind of place do you live in now?

Nishikido: Me? It’s normal

Yokoyama: Space-wise?

Nishikido: Ohh, my bedroom’s really small.  There’s only enough room to fit a double bed.  About 6 or 8-jo (one jo = one tatami mat = around 1.6 metres squared I think, so about 10 metres squared)

Yokoyama: That’s huge!

Yasuda: He’s got a room for his music instruments too

Nishikido: That room’s about 15-jo (about 24 metres squared)

Yokoyama: Wow, and what about the living room?

Nishikido: The living room is about 20-jo (32 metres squared)

Murakami: That’s huge!


Yu Yokoyama’s home

Yokoyama had said his room was only about 4-metres squared, but Murakami said that wasn’t possible because there wouldn’t be any room for anyone to sleep.


Ryuhei Maruyama’s home

Yokoyama said he had never been to Maruyama’s place, but Murakami has.  He said he had remembered seeing a rubber fighting rod by the front door, which Maruyama said he uses for practices.


And that’s all I could find at the moment…

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  1. joan
    21:08 JST November 17, 2010 at 9:08 PM

    momo 🙂
    you’ve been updating a lot these days ne? 🙂
    good job 🙂

    mind if i share this one? ^^

    • 21:23 JST November 17, 2010 at 9:23 PM


      Lol, thanks.

      Sure, go ahead and share if you think it’s good enough 🙂

      Momo xoxo

      • joan
        21:17 JST November 18, 2010 at 9:17 PM

        thanks 🙂
        you’re really awesome 🙂

        thank you so much 🙂
        you don’t know how big you contribute to us 🙂

      • 00:17 JST November 19, 2010 at 12:17 AM


        No worries, I’m just happy someone actually likes it!

        Momo xoxo

  2. :D
    22:54 JST November 17, 2010 at 10:54 PM

    alabyu for sharing this :DDD

    • 23:48 JST November 17, 2010 at 11:48 PM

      @ 😀

      No worries 🙂 Thank you for coming by!

      Momo xoxo

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