Charice has arrived in Japan and Chasters have another whirlwind of events to look forward to as she starts off with a live performance of “Happy Christmas (War Is Over)” at J-Wave radio’s Tokio Hot 100 on Dec. 19. Then she’s going to have a live mini concert at the Tokyo City View of Roppongi Hills on the same day. Next week, Charice will appear live on Mezamashi TV on December 22, Wednesday.
While she’s here, Charice is staying in touch with her fans through her official Japanese blog. Here are translations of the first three blog posts since she arrived.
Click on the entry dates below to go to the official Japanese blog page. Many comments are posted there from Charice’s Japanese fans, but it’s in Japanese of course!
“I know this is sudden but I will be appearing live on Mezamashi TV on Fuji TV next week, on Dec. 22 (Wed)!!”
“I’m really looking forward to it.”
Note at the bottom of the entry:
“Charice will be on Fuji TV’s Mezamashi TV on Dec. 22 (Wed), 5:25am-8:00am. Since this is a live program, please be aware that there may be sudden changes in the program.”
“I Performed My New Song!”
“Hello everyone. I performed my new song ‘Happy Christmas’ a while ago for the staff of Warner Music Japan.”
“Have you heard it already?”
“Warner is also on ‘Happy Christmas’ mode.”
“I am looking forward to singing in front of all of you on J-Wave’s ‘Happy Christmas Live’ on December 19 at the Tokyo City View, the observation deck of Roppongi Hills.”
“I am so thankful that I was able to come back to Japan.”
“I arrived in Japan (sniff)!!!”
“Good evening everyone.”
“I finally arrived in Japan. I’m surprised it’s cold in Tokyo too.”
“And now i just arrived at Warner Music Japan.”
“The staff welcomed me this way.” (picture)
“I am very happy I’m back in Japan.”
“I want to meet all of you soon.”
“Gone out for a bit”
“I went out for a while in between work.”
“I soooo look forward to shopping here when I can come to Japan.”
“If I have time, I’d like to shop some more.”
“In a TV program’s dressing room”
“I’m about to shoot a TV program.”
“It’s drawing time in the dressing room before the shooting starts.”
“Some of the staff said my drawing’s a little scary.”
“What do you think?”
“Just right before shooting”
“I’m so preoccupied with drawing right before shooting starts.”
“This time I’m going to draw a cute picture.”
“Maybe I’ll show you later what I drew after I’m done drawing.”
“I’ll tell you more about the TV program later ok?”
Check back often as we update you with translations of new blog posts right here at Charicemania.
Don’t forget too to watch Episode 5 of “30 Days With Charice” documentary, which is all about Charice’s very first visit to Japan on the launch of her Japanese CD
And if you haven’t downloaded it yet, Happy Christmas (War Is Over) is now available on iTunes (please check your country’s iTunes).
by Mooffin, charicemania.com