[EN] KAJI100! Episode 7 – Sakurai Takahiro x Flower Arrangement

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Kaji100! Episode 7 English Subbed

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▼ Episode Information

Originally aired on Oct 29, 2017
Host: Kaji Yuki
Guest: Sakurai Takahiro
Supervisor: Kasuya Naohiro
Narrator: Yashiro Taku

▼ Episode Description

In this episode, Sakurai Takahiro joins Kaji Yuki to learn about Kadō (the “way of flower”) from Kasuya Naohirothe third Grand Master (iemoto) of the Ichiya School of Ikebana. They begin with a mini-lecture about the basics of ikebana(Japanese Flower Arrangement), then move on to choosing their “vases” and flowers! Within this short time of 30 minutes, they both manage to finish up their flowers with the sensei’s assistance. The episode includes other mini-corners: The 10 things Sakurai Takahiro wants to doThe Shōwa Games Kaji Yuki wants to play (new)The 100 menus Kaji Yuki wants to eat; The 100 things you want to ask Kaji Yuki.

▼ Translator Notes

Quite a few old references were made in this episode, some that I’m not actually too sure about. A straightforward one at 3:24 “What’s yours is mine!” is a reference to Doraemon’s Giant. The next one most people will probably catch easily is at 18:04 where a flower reminds Kaji about Rindou from Shokugeki no Soma (just a casual remark though). Then at 19:55 they mention something about Kasasu (火サス) which according to my search is an abbreviation to a TV Drama called Kayou Suspense Gekijou (火曜サスペンス劇場). In the newly added corner at 32:36 (I was so sad that there’s no more Challenging Guiness ;-;), Kaji did the Gatotsu stance, not necessarily from Samurai X but that’s the major assumption. Later at 40:28, they talk about how Otokojuku influenced one of the sensei’s works.

Name mention(s):

  • Ono Yūki (The Showa Games Kaji Yuki wants to play)
  • Yashiro Taku (The 100 things you want to ask Kaji Yuki) 

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