This my magnum opus in subbing. Caveat: it’s not comedy-related. It’s an NHK documentary (1 hour and 13 minutes long, aired on October 19, 2014), showcasing colorized footage of recently discovered film at the time, of the modern history of the city of Tokyo with the Olympics serving as symbolic milestones (the cancelled 1940 Olympics, the first 1964 Olympics, and the upcoming second 2020 Olympics). It’s personally one of the best documentaries I’ve ever seen and it has both historical relevance and modern relevance in terms of politics and geopolitics.
Thank you very much, as always, to Veliem for so patiently QCing multiple times.
Thank you very much to ErnieYoung.
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Source Official Blog: http://blog.nogizaka46.com/sayuri.matsumura/2019/04/050401.php
It’s Matsumura Sayuri!
I want to do one of those “The Last ◯◯ of the Heisei Era!” things,
so I’m going to write My Last Blog Post of the Heisei Era..
But then, it’s times like these that
I don’t know what to write about
so I’ll just post pictures that
I want to keep from the Heisei Era! (There’s no profound meaning to this.)
Why is the image quality so bad (p_-)
Please watch Yumemi-chan!!!
Both are so cute that I’m going to eat them ♡
A Reiwa Era front cover! (Photo taken in Heisei)
In the end, Nogizaka is the best!!!
There were lots of laughs as well as lots of tears in Heisei.
Nogizaka46 was created in the Heisei Era.
Thank you for creating an exciting future (^^)
Let’s everyone do our best and have fun in the Reiwa Era, too!
Please support Nogizaka46 in the Reiwa Era as well ♡
Translated by: Veliem
Edited by: Conjyak