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!Lawi! 25th January 2018 02:34 AM

I just want a ballad version of (don’t) leave me alone. I have no idea why, don’t even like the song so much, I just feel the melody would work so well in a slow paced, piano version.

kotora 25th January 2018 05:46 AM

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Originally Posted by YUKARI (Post 3261746)
ayu just posted this in twitter

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUOG9lhVMAAMNTX.jpg

it looks much better with flowers

The flower pattern makes the logo good but makes the font too busy.


Btw, I guess this time is center stage again?

adrtwb 25th January 2018 06:06 AM

THE Logo looks great in floral print!

Anyone has any idea how does fans get to meet her at the train station?

truehappiness 25th January 2018 06:13 AM

I think they just know where celebs usually go and wait.

Often before or after Ayu arrives, you'll see her staff. That's how some people meet the dancers and stuff. I think some fans have even uhh... gotten their numbers.

adrtwb 25th January 2018 06:15 AM

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Originally Posted by truehappiness (Post 3261795)
I think they just know where celebs usually go and wait.

Often before or after Ayu arrives, you'll see her staff. That's how some people meet the dancers and stuff. I think some fans have even uhh... gotten their numbers.

Ugh! Wonder if i can be that lucky and get to see her in real! Although i have already seen her once in real. Haha

JinHamasaki 25th January 2018 06:19 AM

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Originally Posted by thesweetseason (Post 3261748)
I'm gonna apply for Hiroshima and Fukuoka. I'm in Tokyo though so I will have to fork out some more cash for the travel. Why is travelling within Japan so expensive? I'm going for 4 weeks so I had to book way in advance and hoped some dates would cross over haha.

It's not terribly expensive if you purchase the JR pass. Since you'll be in Japan for 4 weeks you can just buy a pass for a week and activate it for your trip to Fukuoka/Hiroshima.

If you won't be traveling throughout Japan and using the JR pass, there are deals on domestic flights (ANA, JAL) for foreigners.

Chris85 25th January 2018 06:23 AM

There are also cheap bus rides. I used company called Willer express for my trip from Tokyo to Nagoya and back.

Bigtop 25th January 2018 08:57 AM

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Originally Posted by JinHamasaki (Post 3261797)
It's not terribly expensive if you purchase the JR pass. Since you'll be in Japan for 4 weeks you can just buy a pass for a week and activate it for your trip to Fukuoka/Hiroshima.

If you won't be traveling throughout Japan and using the JR pass, there are deals on domestic flights (ANA, JAL) for foreigners.

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Originally Posted by Chris85 (Post 3261798)
There are also cheap bus rides. I used company called Willer express for my trip from Tokyo to Nagoya and back.

I might not be going to Japan anytime soon, but if I have a lot of bags to carry (and, I mean, two checked bags that airlines typically allow, plus a couple of carry-ons - PER PERSON), then what would be the best way to travel? The shinkansen is great to ride, but unlike the European high-speed trains the baggage storage is quite limited...

Aderianu 25th January 2018 09:49 AM

isn't that rose logo fanmade?

njanjayrp 25th January 2018 11:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Bigtop (Post 3261807)
I might not be going to Japan anytime soon, but if I have a lot of bags to carry (and, I mean, two checked bags that airlines typically allow, plus a couple of carry-ons - PER PERSON), then what would be the best way to travel? The shinkansen is great to ride, but unlike the European high-speed trains the baggage storage is quite limited...

You rent a car.

~angel*ayumi~ 25th January 2018 11:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Bigtop (Post 3261807)
I might not be going to Japan anytime soon, but if I have a lot of bags to carry (and, I mean, two checked bags that airlines typically allow, plus a couple of carry-ons - PER PERSON), then what would be the best way to travel? The shinkansen is great to ride, but unlike the European high-speed trains the baggage storage is quite limited...

You can send your luggage to your hotel via transport companys like Yamato.
Also you can send them from one combini to another.

Gorgonia 25th January 2018 01:10 PM

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Originally Posted by thesweetseason (Post 3261748)
I'm gonna apply for Hiroshima and Fukuoka. I'm in Tokyo though so I will have to fork out some more cash for the travel. Why is travelling within Japan so expensive? I'm going for 4 weeks so I had to book way in advance and hoped some dates would cross over haha.

Sames dates I will apply for! We will surely cross paths there :P

~angel*ayumi~ 25th January 2018 01:27 PM

I envy you, Marine Messe Fukuoka is a wonderful location *_* Was there for HLS Tour^^

Gorgonia 25th January 2018 01:29 PM

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Originally Posted by ~angel*ayumi~ (Post 3261821)
I envy you, Marine Messe Fukuoka is a wonderful location *_* Was there for HLS Tour^^

I got an apartment nearby for a really good price. I simply hope I can get tickets for both dates. And then Hiroshima.

thesweetseason 26th January 2018 12:15 AM

I have never applied for a raffle before and my TA membership runs out in April. Is the process easy to navigate enough? I got my boyfriend to sign up so I have more than one chance, haha.

I don't know whether I want to do the 5 hour train or the flight. I suspect the trains are very reliable though? That is what I hear.

Can we do a little meetup for Hiroshima? :)

Gorgonia 26th January 2018 01:22 AM

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Originally Posted by thesweetseason (Post 3261855)
I have never applied for a raffle before and my TA membership runs out in April. Is the process easy to navigate enough? I got my boyfriend to sign up so I have more than one chance, haha.

I don't know whether I want to do the 5 hour train or the flight. I suspect the trains are very reliable though? That is what I hear.

Can we do a little meetup for Hiroshima? :)

Yasss! Hiroshima meetup group ftw

JinHamasaki 26th January 2018 04:53 AM

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Originally Posted by ~angel*ayumi~ (Post 3261815)
You can send your luggage to your hotel via transport companys like Yamato.
Also you can send them from one combini to another.

Seconded, fastest and most efficient way! But not the cheapest :)

I paid for Green Class on Shinkansen and never had trouble with luggage (2 checked + 1 carry-on). It can be burdensome to navigate in the station though!

~angel*ayumi~ 26th January 2018 08:50 AM

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Originally Posted by thesweetseason (Post 3261855)
I have never applied for a raffle before and my TA membership runs out in April. Is the process easy to navigate enough? I got my boyfriend to sign up so I have more than one chance, haha.

But be aware that if you win with both accounts you have to pay for both tickets.

Zeke. 26th January 2018 09:53 AM

Do you have to renew your TA membership if it runs out by April or so?

~angel*ayumi~ 26th January 2018 11:09 AM

Good question, I dunno if you need to be still a member when you pick up the tickets.
I am glad my membership rund till July o.o


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