Nippon No Arashi: bringing SexyBack in text books!

How can I get a copy of this:

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I’ve already posted a notice on Facebook PLEADING for all my Japan-based friends and family to send me a copy of this text book which I heard, is distributed for FREE for all elementary, junior high and senior high kids. (Oh, how I envy you right now) I am willing to pay for shipment, and if you should charge a minimal amount.

Right now, I am praying that any of my Nippon-based friends and family will see to it in the goodness of their hearts to make this their early “Christmas-New Year-Easter-Birthday-and all the holidays combined” gift for me. Seriously, I will really consider this a great favor.

“Nippon No Arashi” aims for these kids to be more interested in their country (HOW COULD THEY NOT BE???) and their culture. Hey kids, you should appreciate your country more! take it for someone whose greatest mission in life is to DISCOVER JAPAN personally. My Stormy Boys will act as “tour guides”, by introducing each chapter of the book and by going to the places of interest featured on the said tome. Wow! These kids are waaaay lucky!

So, there you have it. My Stormy Boys are not only look good when singing, dancing, hawking products via CMs, acting or generally goofing off — they are also bringing SEXY BACK to Nippon’s educational system.

Gambatte Kudasai!

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Daniel says:

    We become what we think about

  2. Carol says:

    Just find your post, I’m a big fan of Arashi too! This “Nippon no Arashi” book really makes fans crazy…….

    1. lanilakwatsera says:

      …thanks for visiting! 🙂
      still on the look out for a copy. is this available online?

  3. Melanie says:

    The book wasn’t distributed to all the kids in Japan for free. It was sent to a majority of the elementary, junior high and high schools but in limited quantities. Most schools only received one or two copies and are keeping them under lock and key for fear of the students stealing them. As of yet there’s no plans for the book to be sold publicly and if you find a copy it’s probably been stolen from a school.

    1. lanilakwatsera says:

      thank you for clearing that up, Melanie! (we have the same name :-))
      anyway, this made the book more appealing and getting it means more fulfilling for Arashi fans–now that in truth, copies of this book are rare and is probably left under lock and key.

      anyway, I am still hoping against hope to get a copy of this one. I just don’t know how.
      Thank you for visiting and for clearing things up!

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