Ice luster hyoen 2019
Date held: 2019 7 May 26 (Friday) - 28 (Sunday)
Venue: Yokohama Arena
Organizer: Nippon Television Broadcasting Network Co.; Ltd. Universal Sports Marketing Co.; Ltd. BS Japan
Planning and production: Universal Sports Marketing Co., Ltd.
Special sponsor: Japan Skating Federation
Support: Sports Agency, Tourism Agency
Support: Naturie, Sky Court Co., Ltd., Mercory Resorts
Day (day, shed, or, Luo : Dies , UK : Day ) is
For a whole day and night. Also, the word ( concept ) to count it as a unit  . This will be described in detail in this section.
Sunday's. → Sunday
Japanese in, alone "fire", Chinese of the numeral "day" If you follow the, native Japanese words when following the numeral Read "Do" ( "N good", and in some cases "Nana" is Chinese Treat it like a few words).
The use of "hi" and "ka" in Yamato words is "one day", "two days", "three days", "four days", "yoka", A day like "fifth day" (someday), "tenth day" (french day), "fifth day" (hatsuka), "fifth day" (misoka) (seven days) is "hi", several days "Ka" is used for the day.
Originally “day 1” is a way of thinking when it is based on the periodic movement of the sun seen from the ground (and the change of the sky and ground's periodic light and dark changes accompanying it ) [Note 1] , humanity is how to capture universal to, any civilization even in, has been used.
However, even if it says "one day", there are various time systems in (modern) astronomy, and the lengths in the solar time , the average solar time , the universal time (UT), the stellar time , and the calendar time (ET) It is different  . For example, the time interval is different between a day (unit symbol: d) as a unit of time and a calendar day (average sun day or " length of day ( LOD )")
Figure Skating / Ice show is a show about ice skating.
The show will gather lead skaters in Japan.
Daisuke Takahashi (髙橋 大輔 , Takahashi Daisuke, born March 16, 1986) is a Japanese figure skater. He is the 2010 Olympic bronze medalist, the 2010 World champion, the 2012–13 Grand Prix Final champion, a two-time (2008, 2011) Four Continents champion, and a five-time (2006-2008, 2010, 2012) Japanese national champion.
Takahashi represented Japan at the 2006 Winter Olympics, 2010 Winter Olympics, and 2014 Winter Olympics. His bronze medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics was the first Olympic medal for Japan in the men's singles event. He was also the first Asian man to win a World title at the 2010 World Championships. At the 2012–13 Grand Prix Final, Takahashi made history again as the first Japanese man to win a gold medal in the event, an addition to his previous accomplishment of being the first Japanese man to medal at the event in 2005.
Takahashi had a successful junior career, winning the 2002 World Junior Championships, in his first, and only, appearance at that competition. Takahashi is the first Japanese man to have won the title.
Takahashi won a bronze medal at the 2005 Four Continents and went on to the 2005 World Championships as the second-ranked of the two Japanese men on the World team, after Takeshi Honda. However, when Honda was forced to withdraw due to injury, it fell on Takahashi to qualify spots for Japan at the 2006 Winter Olympics. Takahashi placed 15th, qualifying only one spot for the Japanese men.
Shizuka Arakawa (荒川 静香 , Arakawa Shizuka, born December 29, 1981) is a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2006 Olympic Champion and the 2004 World Champion. Arakawa is the first Japanese skater to win an Olympic gold medal in figure skating and the second Japanese skater to win any Olympic medal in figure skating, after Midori Ito, who won silver in 1992. She is also the second Japanese woman to win a gold medal at the Winter Olympics, following skier Tae Satoya. She was the only Japanese medalist at the 2006 Winter Olympics. Arakawa retired from competitive skating following her Olympic win and began skating professionally in ice shows and exhibitions. She also works as a skating sportscaster for Japanese television.
Arakawa was born in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan, and grew up in Sendai and its suburbs. She is the only child of Koichi and Sachi Arakawa and was named Shizuka after Shizuka Gozen.
In March 2000, Arakawa enrolled at Waseda University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in social sciences in 2004, while still competing as a skater. She won the 2004 World Figure Skating Championships days after completing her graduation examinations at Waseda University.
She lived and trained for a time at the International Skating Center of Connecticut in Simsbury, Connecticut after the closure of the Konami Sports Ice Rink in Sendai, where she began her career.
Her figure skating idols are Kristi Yamaguchi and Yuka Sato. She listens to music by Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, Mai Kuraki (who is also a close friend of hers) and EXILE, and likes shopping, driving, swimming, golf and practicing marine sports. Arakawa cites gourmet cooking as one of her hobbies. She collects beanie babies, has a pet shih tzu (named Charo) and hamster (named Juntoki). She also has four dogs, named Choco, Tiramisu, Aroma and Rosa.
Arakawa was married on December 29, 2013, her 32nd birthday. Further details were not made public.
On April 16, 2014, Arakawa announced that she was pregnant and expecting her first child. On November 6, 2014, she gave birth to her first child, a daughter. On May 23rd, 2018, it was announced that she had given birth to her second child, a son.
The pomelo, Citrus maxima or Citrus grandis, is the largest citrus fruit from the Rutaceae family. It is a natural (non-hybrid) citrus fruit, similar in appearance to a large grapefruit, native to South and Southeast Asia. The pomelo is one of the original citrus species from which the rest of cultivated citrus hybridized. The popular fruit is used in many Chinese festive celebrations throughout Southeast Asia.
After a Captain Shaddock of an East India Company ship introduced it to Barbados, the fruit was called "shaddock" in English. From there the name spread to Jamaica in 1696. It remains a common name for the fruit among English authors.
The word "pomelo" (also spelled pomello, pummelo, pommelo, pumelo) has become the more common name, although "pomelo" has historically been used for grapefruit. (The 1973 printing of the American Heritage Dictionary, for example, gives grapefruit as the only meaning of "pomelo.")
The etymology of the word "pomelo" is complex. In Tamil it is called "pampa limāsu", which means big citrus. The name was adopted by the Portuguese as "pomposos limões" and then by the Dutch as "pompelmoes". With some deviations, the name may be found in many European languages, such as German (pampelmuse), Latvian (pampelmūze), Ido (pompelmuso), whereas some other languages use "pomelo" (Turkish, Norwegian, Polish, Bulgarian).In Southeast Asia, it is commonly known as limau besar, limau betawi, or limau serdadu in Malay; jeruk bali in Bahasa Indonesia; sam-o in Thai; lukban in Tagalog; and bu’o’i in Vietnamese.
Another origin theory proposes that "pomelo" is an alteration of a compound of English names pomme ("apple") + melon.
The fruit is also known as jabong in Hawaii and jambola in varieties of English spoken in South Asia.
Ayaka Hirahara (Ayaka Hirahara, 1984 May 9 ), the Japan of female singer-songwriter, saxophone player. She is from Tokyo . The record label is Dolly Music , NAYUTAWAVE RECORDS, and belongs to EMI Records.
11 years from the first grade elementary school to second grade high school, Matsuyama Ballet in classical ballet , and had learned the piano and swimming to the other. Good at butterfly. When she was 13 years old, he first got an alto saxophone, and studied classical saxophone at the Senzoku Gakuen University High School (now Senzoku Gakuen Junior High and High School ) Music Department.
He was the student president in high school (the older sister aika was also the student president in high school). The reason for the entertainment world debut was that he played the role of Rita in the musical " Angel to Love Song 2" at a high school cultural festival and sang "Joyful Joyful" and caught the eye of the president of Dolly Music  .
Senzoku Gakuen College of Music Jazz Course Sachs major admission. He studied saxophone with Kazuhiro Ninomiya and Bob Zang. 2007 ( Heisei 2007) March Senzoku Gakuen College of Music graduating. When I graduated, I received the "President's Award". At Maeda Hall of Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, where Hirahara has graduated, he has been shooting promotional videos of Hirahara's music " Jupiter " and "Oath".
In concert tour 2011, voice percussion, 2012 sing while tapping dance, 2013 sing while singing Irish tap. In 2014, she has always been trying to sing "Love Never Dies" in the opera style from the musical "Love Never Die" which appeared in March-April.
Makoto Hirahara's father is an active multi-lead player. Grandfather Tsutomu Hirahara is a trumpet player. My sister AIKA is a singer / songwriter / saxophone player. Currently based in Los Angeles, USA. Soccer J-League , Kashima Antlers of Masashi Motoyama hit the relatives said.
On July 30, 2004, he presented a session with his father and sister at Makoto Hirahara's "30th Anniversary Concert" held in Tokyo Opera City. In November 2005, there are many parents and children performing together with his father in Fuji TV's "Our Music".
Since 2007, he has been holding a concert with his father and sister in the Hirahara Sanchi concert.
Ice luster: Ikugatsu contains the desire to create a glorious stage that conveys Japanese culture like never before, through the beautifully supple acting and emotional expression unique to the ice of figure skating. In addition, in the sound of "gaze" "en", various "edges" will be connected through this plan and the will to challenge "playing" beyond the common sense of figure skating. The wish is also included.
Main point: The Tokyo Olympics will be held in 2020, and Japan will receive more attention from around the world than ever before. Ice glaze is a story-made ice show that combines sport and Japanese culture. We will transmit the current attractiveness of Japan to Japan and the whole world. In the first installment "Ichou hyoen 2017-破-" we realize collaboration with Kabuki, a representative cultural art in Japan. With around 40,000 mobilizers, Koshiro Matsumoto (then: Ichikawa Sogoro) was appointed as a director. In this second work, I play a fantastical “Genji Monogatari” depicting the Heian period noble society representing Japan, which is said to be the world's oldest feature novel.
Performers: Daisuke Ohashi, Stefan Lambier, Shizuka Arakawa, Reon Yuuki, Hirahara Ayaka, Fukuji Seiji, Haoka Kazuki, Yulia, Lipnitskaya, Suzuki Akiko, Oda Nobunari, Ayako Murakami, Nishioka Kurama.
Akiko Suzuki (鈴木 明子 , Suzuki Akiko) (born March 28, 1985) is a Japanese former competitive figure skater. She is the 2012 World Championships bronze medalist, a three-time Grand Prix Final medalist (2011 silver, 2009 & 2012 bronze), a two-time Four Continents silver medalist (2010, 2013), the 2007 Winter Universiade champion, and the 2014 Japanese national champion. She placed eighth at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics. Suzuki was born on March 28, 1985 in Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture. She became engaged to a former classmate in June 2016 and married him on February 1, 2017. They divorced in 2018.
Nishioka Kurama (October 5, 1946) is a Japanese talent actor . His real name and old play name: Nishioka Atsumi (Nishiori). He is from Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture. After graduating from the Tamagawa University Faculty of Arts and Letters Department of Arts and Drama Studies, he attended the Yokohama Municipal General Administration Junior High School and St. Michael's Academy. She belongs to Anchante after she studied Literature, Akasaka Pro and Grand Papa Production.
Height: 175 cm, weight 65 kg. The character of "Toku" is officially written in the old font (德) for both the play name and real name.
Kanako Murakami (Kanako Murakami, English: Kanako Murakami, November 7, 1994) is a Japanese figure skater (women's single) who played an active part from the late 2000s to the 2010s. Management is Universal Sports Marketing "USM" (2015). She is from Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. Graduated from Chukyo University School of Sport Science, competition sports science department. 2014 Sochi Olympic Japan representative (12th place). Won the Four-Continental Championship 2014, the third in the 2010 GP Final, the fourth in the 2013 World Championship, the 2010 World Junior Championship, the 2009 JGP Final etc.
Blood group A type.
Her hobbies are music, dance, reading, etc.
When she entered high school, I took over the blazer worn by Mao Asada, a senior at the same school, and got it worn. It was reported to some media that it was "on the ice" because it resembled the talent of Matsuura Aya. It served as the opening ceremony for the local opener of the 2010 Nagoya professional hometown Nagoya Dome.
She is a rising sickness, putting his hands on his chest before the start of the competition, muttering the mischief taught by his grandfather.
She has had atopic dermatitis from childhood, especially severe Sochi Olympic season, it becomes burnt, and also consult with Yamada coach and change the production costume just before.
she is also interested in fashion, and one of my goals in the future is to design a figure skating practice wear.
She loves large ice cubes and is calling himself Golor. 500 cups of shaved ice we ate in 2016. It was also revealed that she would spend 42,000 yen per month.
Stefan Lambier (French: Stéphane Lambiel, April 2, 1985) is a Swiss figure skater (male single). 2006 Torino Olympic silver medalist. Winner of the 2005 and 2006 World Championships, and the 4th place at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
Born in Martini, Switzerland, he spent his childhood in Saxon. A cheering party with about 50 cowbells always rushed to the L'Abniere game from a small village where everyone knew.
The family is an alpine-born father, a mother from Portugal, an older sister 3 years old, and a younger brother 4 years old. She speaks French, German (not Swiss German), English, Portuguese fluently, and is currently learning Italian and Japanese. In 2004 he received a Maturite of Biology and Chemistry at St. Maurice College (Certificate of Enrollment-Certificate of Higher Education Completion), but he is not expected to enter university to concentrate on figure skating. Practicing in Geneva and Lausanne, he practiced in Germany while the Swiss link was closed in summer.
He was a highly regarded player in terms of spin and art. In particular, Spin was often described as "the best in the world" by the media and was used as his pronoun. He is the first player in the men's single history to mark the 9th point in the performance composition point (the Vancouver Olympics short program).
In the jump, he was good at a 3-turn loop jump that enters from a 4-turn toe loop or a 3-turn. In the second half of the performance he jumped 4 turns and also succeeded several times in 3 consecutive combinations from 4 turns. On the other hand, he was not good at three-turn axel.