Posted on 2014-01-13 21:28:21

Fufu! ♪
Everytime I talk about music,
everyone~ will come to write about their favourites
and reading them is so interesting de-ariyasu (*^Θ^*)

Yep yep… I always read the comments (*’-’*)

Thank you! (*・Θ-*)

And so, today is coming-of-age day ♪

To all the happy people who became adults today
Congratulations .:*:゜☆

And then, in Momoclo
Reni is the first one to have her coming-of-age ceremony~

Wow~ It’s so auspicious ♪

Congrats- (*>∀<*)

Speaking of which,
I hope her innocent, creative way of thinking never changes
And her unique smile which makes me want to smile too, just by looking at her
And that pure innocence. I hope it all stays the same

Actually, she may have turned 20, but it still hasn’t struck home with me yet ^^;

I guess we’ll be the same next year too (* *;)

But Reni in furisode today
was just so beautiful and dazzling
that my heart skipped a beat ☆

For a moment, it feels as if she’s gone someplace far away (laugh)

I want to see Reni tomorrow without the furisode
so I can calm down again!!!!!

I hope Reni doesn’t get mad if she reads this ^^;

However, as everyone knows
Reni’s growth last year has been amazing in many ways
and I received lots of motivation from her,
which always spurs me to work harder de-ariyasu

This time next year,
I aim to become a true grown-up adult
just like Reni… (*’-’).:*:゜☆

Reni ♪ Congrats on today (*^^*)

Ah-!! I was too early
when I uploaded my photos with Reni yesterday!!!!!

I only have these left,
so please forgive me ribbit~ (u_u)


1. Coming-of-age ceremonies in Japan marks of one’s coming-of-age, which reflects both the expanded rights but also increased responsibilities expected of new adults. Many women celebrate this day by wearing furisode.
2. A furisode is a style of kimono distinguishable by its long sleeves. Furisode are the most formal style of kimono worn by unmarried women in Japan.