The White Team won at the Kouhaku Utagassen(The Year End Singing Event of NHK)

By TERRY - Last updated: 金曜日, 1月 1, 2010 - Save & Share - One Comment

 As  I wrote on my previous page here, in Japan we many Japanese traditionally enjoy “Kouhaku Utagassen”(The year End Singing Event of  NHK)at the new year’s eve’s night.

 And  The White Team  won — this is the team’s fifth voctory in a row of  totally  32 victories in the past.

At this year’s 60th memorable Kouhaku, 50 groups/singers, 25 of  which were of  The White Team and  25 of which were The Red Team respectively ,performed. This year young  idols, idols groups, an anime voice actress, young child stars, pop singers,  versed Enka singers,and other excellent musicians performed in a hot atmosphere. Susan Boyle  from UK was invited to the event as a special guest and showed us her great voice.

Masaharu Fukuyama(福山雅治),a popular singer/ actor also sang his song in Nagasaki that  is his home as well as a setting place of the new NHK drama “Roumaden” whose hero Ryouma Sakamoto is going to be played by him from January.masaharufukuyama       

This new drama is about a heroic man who established the basis of  modern society of  Japan.



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One Response to “The White Team won at the Kouhaku Utagassen(The Year End Singing Event of NHK)”

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Time 20/01/2010 at 09:06

[…] As I wrote on a previous page here, Mizuki performed as a singer on “Kouhaku Uta Gassen” (紅白歌合戦), a Japanese nationally popular  singing event annually held on the new year’s eve, on Dec.31st 2009 as the very first voice actor to perform in the 60-year-long history of  that  great TV show.    And as I also wrote, her team ” Team Red ” couldn’t win at the event, but  her performance was excellent,which was welcomed by the audience and the viewers with enthusiasm.…         […]

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