On October 6th, Nihon TV’s program “Shuuichi” featured a video from Arashi’s Ninomiya Kazunari. Within this video, Ninomiya revealed the truth about the assertion he made in the past “I was scared of KAT-TUN.”
On May 29th, on the Nihon TV program “Nino san,” when Ninomiya Kazunari spoke the statement “I was scared of KAT-TUN,” he tried to take into consideration when he may have felt that, saying, “If I were to say, it was probably around the time they debuted that I felt scared of KAT-TUN.”
In October 6th’s episode of “Shuuichi” Ninomiya revealed the truth behind the statement of being scared of his juniors (kouhai), saying, “With people like Kamenashi-kun or Tananka Koki, something about them is scary, almost like they would threaten you for money. Something like that.” He even felt those feelings when listening to KAT-TUN’s debut song “Real Face.” Remarking about the lyrics “I always want to live on the edge” (giri giri de itsumo ikite itai kara), Ninomiya revealed, “‘No, I think it would be better if you didn’t live on the edge’ is what I always thought when listening. I would feel a little threatened by that phrase.”
Again, when talking about his relationship with Nakamaru Yuichi, who makes a regular appearance on “Shuuichi,” Ninomiya commented, “Generally if you were to define people getting along as taking the time out of the day to go eat together or go play around somewhere together, then no, we don’t get along. Though it’s a common joke we’ve lightly made over the last 10 years since we’re the same age.”
Also, when Ninomiya was asked to send a message to Nakamaru, he said, “If it is okay with you, and if you are watching this live broadcast, I would love to exchange phone numbers so it would be easy to contact each other. I really want to, if you are watching this live broadcast. So definitely if you can, let’s get along together (yoroshiku onegaishimasu)*.” He put Nakamaru on the spot and wowed the studio.
Nakamaru accepted this challenge from Ninomiya and revealed, “We have gone out to eat together before, but I still don’t have your contact information.” Nakamaru further replied, “Ninomiya-san, you generally use your manager, don’t you? I would love to exchange phone numbers with you, so let’s get along together(yoroshiku onegaishimasu)*.”*yoroshiku onegaishimasu generally means ‘let’s get along together.’ With this exchange, in context, it is a kind of challenge, throwing responsibility on the other party.
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