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7:23 am - 09/21/2013

Fujigaya Taisuke Goes to Russia for “J’s Teacher”

It was announced that Kis-My-Ft2‘s Fujigaya Taisuke will star in “J’s Teacher – Kis-My-Ft2′s Fujigaya Taisuke- goes to Far East Russia” as part of NTV’s newest documentary series, “J’s Teacher“. The said program will replaced “J’s Journey” which featured Yamashita Tomohisa, Kis-My-Ft2′s Kitayama Hiromitsu, Hey!Say!JUMP’s Chinen Yuri and Takaki Yuya, A.B.C-Z, and Takizawa Hideaki in the past.

Currently, there is a Japanese cuisine boom in Russia where sushi and oyakudon as the most popular. Fujigaya, having been born and raised in Japan, hopes to teach Japanese culture correctly (through food). Fujigaya will be traveling alone in big cities, such as: Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, and Irkutsk.

Furthermore, Fujigaya studied “Japanese style dishes” and the “5 basic rules in serving Japanese customers” before leaving Japan. With this, Fujigaya hopes to show the splendor of Japanese dining for Russian customers. There’s also a possibility of Fujigaya making the latest Japanese dish.

“J’s Teacher – Kis-My-Ft2′s Fujigaya Taisuke- goes to Far East Russia” will air on NTV every Monday at 25:29 (JST).

credits MIKU via Jnewseng
rim1789 21st-Sep-2013 12:09 am (UTC)
Disappointed they didn't continue with the Js Journey format. I will give Js teacher a chance, but most of the struggle and really interesting things we saw in Js Journey, won't be here :( //And I really can't care less about a cooking show ugh//

lovegahora 21st-Sep-2013 05:13 am (UTC)
I love J's Journey too. It's like seeing another side of Johnny's talents.
dori_liv 21st-Sep-2013 08:33 am (UTC)
I'm still hoping for a collective photobook with all the amazing photos they took. Maybe a bright side of this is now they can have one though I don't think they will :(
jayeanne 21st-Sep-2013 12:10 am (UTC)
am actually excited for this one. I enjoyed Kitayama's India trip show last time. :))
dori_liv 21st-Sep-2013 08:30 am (UTC)
I think I like the idea of js journey better. It was them going and experiencing different cultures etc. whereas this is more them going and imparting their culture. Though I expect it will still have some of those elements.
I feel like it might be a bit patronising to have someone who isnt in the food industry at all come to show you how its done. I guess that depends how they go about it. I'll watch it (if i can find subs) to see.
hpswf1 23rd-Sep-2013 11:33 am (UTC)
They already filmed it or will start soon? I mean how smb will want to come to Russia in winter/almost winter? >_>
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