Or, try this site. It has French and Russian versions of Niconico Douga.
This is a blog in Japanese, but it has lots of figure skating videos.
You can hide the comments at the right bottom of the video.
no idea about appropriateness but at least I laughed
and I soooo agree, he’s already more relevant to world peace than 90% of all pop stars
Plushy's message for Yuzuru, and Yuzu's response:
(See link for video)
From the post:
The video starts when Plushenko invites the camera crew to the house in Sochi. The J-TV instroduces it as Plu's villa, and Yuzu reacts on it with "Cool!"
Then you see Japanese subtitles when Plu is talking. But the content is not exactly the same of what he said in Russian. So, I will translate both: the Japanese subtitles and the orginal Plu's speech in Russian.
The Japanese subtitles of Plushenko's speech:
Dear Yuzuru. Now you are the champion. You are already the top skater in the figure skating world. I want you to take not only one Olympic medal but also many medals in the future. I believe it's possible for you to do that. You have a lot of talents to get many medals. But the most important thing for you is to be healthy. I hope you will. Now I am the FAN of yours. Thank you.
Yuzuru: (*obviously to reply on the Japanese subtitles and not on the original Plu's speech in Russian)
I was very moved by his words. I can't believe it. I was working hard to be like him. And I am very moved now by his words. I will surely take care of my health well enough. I want to skate for a long time without any injuries or damages.
The original Plushenko's speech in Russian:
My dear friend. Now you are the Olympic champion. It's the most dear title in the world of sport. I wish you to gain in your whole career and to have on your chest not just one Olympic medal but as many as possible. I am sure you can do that. Because you are a genius champion, a talented sportsman, you are hard-working, you really like to work hard. But the most important thing.. (*video cut). (*cont.) .. as I alread said, I am your fan. Thank you.
Right now I'm really curious about the programs he'll have for the next season. Can there be something even greater than parisienne walkways?
I never really warmed up to PW until the Team SP at Sochi. But, even now, I am still glad this season is over soon. 2 years is a long time for the same program....I hope that Yuzuru and his team can now work on something completely different and new. As Olympic Champion I hope he can advance to the next level. Not only technically (I know he loves his jumps) but also artistically. In a way you are also defined by your rivals, so I'm totally curious what the next quad will be like for him and who his challengers may be. In Japan Machida and Mura are pretty good as well! And who knows about Kozuka and the newcomers.....
I'm not so sure that any of the junior boy could challenge him (or Machida, Mura and Kozuka for what is worth): both Tanaka and Hino didn't really progresse since when thw three of them competed together as junior... the only kid right now that IMO could make some splash is Uno, but he first has to get his jump together...In Japan Machida and Mura are pretty good as well! And who knows about Kozuka and the newcomers.....