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Shabekuri 007 (2011.12.05) Aragaki Yui by juxtapose31
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Are a one of the most famous and influential pop/rock bands in Japan. Formed in the mid 70's and lead by the singer, Kuwata Keisuke, they brought a more Western feel to Japanese music. One significant thing that is usually thought to have been originated form this band is the stylised pronunciations of words when singing. For example, changing the 'ら り る れ ろ' letters to be pronounced as 'ra, ri, ru, re, ro' rather than the proper Japanese way (which I can't really write in English letters....as it doesn't exist). In general this and other changes to the pronunciation made the language more flexible and more ably suited for different styles of music.
This is the process of hammering mochi-gome (Sticky rice) with a large wooden hammer. There are usually one or two people hammering and another person to turn the mochi around in between hammer strikes. This is all done rhythmically over and over again, and skilled people will do it at a very fast pace. It's slightly harder than it looks, especially if for the one turning over the mochi as it can be very hot and must be done quickly or your hand will be pounded by the incoming hammers.
I just wrote this as "dry towel body scrubbing" or something on the video because.....well that's what it is.
Here's an explanation of what it is and why they do it:
Ashuraman is a character off the popular manga Kinniku-man. He has three faces; one on the front, and one on each side of his head. That's why he was mentioned by Ueda.