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    Quote Originally Posted by HanDomi View Post
    I would never eat raw egg, that's just impossible this can taste good , and I don't want to even try ...
    Quote Originally Posted by jace93 View Post
    There is a quite famous italian dish called spaghetti carbonara, were you drip raw egg over bacon and spaghetti and you coat it with pecorino cheese. Actually the egg is cooked by the heat of the pasta, but still it's quite similar in its premise and it's very good =)
    Every Japanese (even Yuzuru!) likes putting something raw (Let's say "fresh") and watery or slimy on rice. But a Japanese fan community noticed he mixed soy sauce with rice before he adds egg, which is unique! Ingredients: cooked Japonica rice, a drop of soy sauce, a fresh egg + anything you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nekosan View Post
    Every Japanese (even Yuzuru!) likes putting something raw (Let's say "fresh") and watery or slimy on rice. But a Japanese fan community noticed he mixed soy sauce with rice before he adds egg, which is unique! Ingredients: cooked Japonica rice, a drop of soy sauce, a fresh egg + anything you like.
    As a Japanese, raw egg was pretty much part of my menu 2-3 times a week when I was a child. -- I thought it was great! I also loved natto when I was little, but now not so much. In japan slimy things are VERY YUMMY. We have slimy mushrooms, okra, mountain potatoes, raw eggs, raw fish, moroheya (a kind of slimy leaf vegetable), and natto. That's not even half of them.

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    I blended 1 chopped frozen banana, 1 raw egg, cold soya milk, a bit of cold water and a few ice cubes. But make sure the egg does not have salmonella. Taste like banana milkshake. I ever added a quarter avocado as well.

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    I guess raw egg is more popular in the Asian culture. Japanese dips sukiyaki in raw eggs. Also Chinese serves raw egg as one of the dippings for hot pot.

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    Aww I love TKG! Guess I'll love it more now since Hanyu-kun also enjoyed it so much? I've heard that advice to people who could not really stand the slimy feeling of the egg is to microwave the egg+rice+soy sauce for just a few seconds...There was also another egg dish (Japanese-style omelette?) on the table I can see from the footage. If that's also for him than I guess he really like eggs! Or maybe that's where he get his protein from since he is not that into meat? (Side note: Daisuke asked to have no eggs in his sandwich in the table-talk pre-FOI...ha!)

    Am I the only who who thinks his skin looks extra good in the whole video, even when he is sweating like crazy right after the performance when he is talking to the audience? I can't tell if he is wearing any make-up or not for TV, but even if he is, I'm buying whatever he is using!

    On a slightly more personal note, I finalized my tickets to Cup of China finally! People at my bank were amazed when I told them I am wiring money over to China for show tickets . Now I just have to pick them up when I get to Shanghai at the ticket office building (really annoying that I can't pick them up at the venue...more chance for me to get lost in a foreign city).

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    Quote Originally Posted by echotpe View Post
    【fanvideo】羽生結弦~QUADleidoscope

    New fanvideo by Sugar Autumn
    BGM: Phantom of the Opera Medley - Violin and Piano - Taylor Davis and Lara

    This fanwork reminds me of a quote printed in Yuzu's T-shirt: "In the end, Life doesn't matter how many breaths you take, but how many moments take your breaths away."
    I love Sugar Autumn's videos. They usually amazing!

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    firal, sweating is supposed to be really good for your pores & skin And some people- even as teenagers -will just have a completely even-toned complexion due to genetics. How lucky he is

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    Quote Originally Posted by nekosan View Post
    But a Japanese fan community noticed he mixed soy sauce with rice before he adds egg, which is unique!
    Thanks for pointing this out! I watched that part of the video a few times wondering if he did mix in the soy sauce (think i did hear the narrator mentioned it in the clip), and now I know he mixed it in the rice already! I need to attain to the details more next time XDD

    Quote Originally Posted by Newbiespectator View Post
    In japan slimy things are VERY YUMMY. We have slimy mushrooms, okra, mountain potatoes, raw eggs, raw fish, moroheya (a kind of slimy leaf vegetable), and natto. That's not even half of them.
    Wow, what a list of raw slimy items you have here! I love raw eggs on rice, but would only eat this when I'm in Japan. The eggs taste much different in Japan and with a few drops of soy sauce on steamy hot rice and I'm in heaven!

    I love natto and like mountain potatoes also (the later I "make" myself like it caz of the health benefits XD)

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    Am I the only who who thinks his skin looks extra good in the whole video, even when he is sweating like crazy right after the performance when he is talking to the audience? I can't tell if he is wearing any make-up or not for TV, but even if he is, I'm buying whatever he is using!
    I think his skin looks good as usual but I especially felt that he looks a few years younger after the skate when he was doing the interview. Yuzu looks like he is the 17 years old little Romeo again! Don't know how he manages to do that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firal View Post
    There was also another egg dish (Japanese-style omelette?) on the table I can see from the footage. If that's also for him than I guess he really like eggs! Or maybe that's where he get his protein from since he is not that into meat? (Side note: Daisuke asked to have no eggs in his sandwich in the table-talk pre-FOI...ha!)
    Isn't there also a tonkatsu (pork cutlet) on the table as well?? I remember he said he likes tonkatsu as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by firal View Post
    Am I the only who who thinks his skin looks extra good in the whole video, even when he is sweating like crazy right after the performance when he is talking to the audience? I can't tell if he is wearing any make-up or not for TV, but even if he is, I'm buying whatever he is using!
    Any makeup (if he did wear makeup) would be melted with his sweat, don't you think??

    Quote Originally Posted by firal View Post
    On a slightly more personal note, I finalized my tickets to Cup of China finally! People at my bank were amazed when I told them I am wiring money over to China for show tickets . Now I just have to pick them up when I get to Shanghai at the ticket office building (really annoying that I can't pick them up at the venue...more chance for me to get lost in a foreign city).
    Good for you. Enjoy COC and cheer for him on my behalf as well please. I'll be watching his performance from home.

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    Just found a picture of Yuzu's autograph at the restaurant he has visited in Hachinohe where he had his favorite TKG. This looks exactly like what he has ordered. Having said that, this restaurant has gone out of business.


    Also, here's the Yuzu's Sendai Tourism PR Poster from NHK Touhoku. He wrote "Welcome to my hometown. Sendai!!" in English and signed it too! Good job! He looks really cute! Apparently they have printed 1000 copies and it will be distributed throughout Sendai and also in souvenir shops in Tokyo and America, etc?! I wonder if they'll also have one in Toronto as well.

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    Thank you annca & smasma for the Sendai Tourism links! There great!

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    I came across another interesting article, pretty touching actually: [link]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esopian View Post
    I came across another interesting article, pretty touching actually: [link]
    Thank Esopian's sharing. This article originally was from Sport Graphic Number #848, publishing in February 27 after Sochi Olympics.

    Actually when I watched Yuzu’s new Ex program in FaOI video in the first time, the words of Tracy Wilson immediately came to my mind. Wow, he did learn new wrist rotation skill.

    “I will teach him all of the skating skills to lay down a solid foundation, in addition to going into the smallest of details, such as how he rotates his wrists in order to improve the entire program altogether. In terms of his artistic skills, he has much more to learn in order to express his emotions and interpretation even more.

    He has an immense amount of talent, and as long as he’s directed towards the right direction, there’s no saying what he can do. When all of this has been accomplished, he’ll definitely become a skater that seems to be out of this world.”

    The time traveler: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3th5CFvoOY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esopian View Post
    I came across another interesting article, pretty touching actually: [link]
    Very nice article, thanks for posting. As always thanks everyone for the links.

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