My 「ワンピース」 Experience + Episode 1000

日本語の練習 第104週

Japanese Practice Week 104

2021年11月21日「日」第104週 

Hello everyone! Kyuusei here to teach you Japanese and show what I find interesting about Japan. With that being said, let’s continue.

日本語のイベント

小さい頃、ワンピースを見始めました。珍しくて魅力なストーリ、カッコイイキャラクター、楽しそう冒険だと思っています。残念ながら、4Kidsのバージョンを見始めました。このバージョン終わったとき、このシリーズを忘れてしまいました。

高校生の時に、Funimationの英語ダブを見て、このシリーズ思い出した。最初から見始めました。4Kidsのバージョン比べて、OPがいいですよ。

4Kidsのバージョン比べて、すごく違いますが、もっと面白かっただと思います。しかし、エピソードがあんまり発表しませんでした。

ドレスローザもう終わったみたい。すごい~

大学生ころ、まだ英語ダブアニメを見ました。日本語、英語の字幕でアニメを見たくなかったです。そして、待ちくたびれました、もう一度ワンピース最初から見始めました。日本語、英語の字幕で。2年ぐらいかかりましたが、最近のエピソードをキャッチアップしました。今、毎週、Crunchyrollでワンピースを見ます。実は、最近、日本語でマンガを読むだから、僕はワンピースのマンガを読みたくになるかも知りません。


N3 文法

[いくら~ても]

no matter how

いくら by itself means “how much” and ても is used to say even if. It’s used to express that no matter of the condition, situation or state of something, something will still occur. It’s usually used of things that have already happened. 

いくら + Verb[てform] + も
いくら + Noun + でも
いくら + いadj (drop い) + くても
いくら + なadj + でも

Ex: いくら忘れても、毎日少しずつ頑張れば、大丈夫。

  (No matter how much you forget, if you do your best every day, you’ll be fine.)

Ex: いくら喧嘩でも、誤って法がいいよ。

  (No matter how much you argue, it’s best to apologize.)

Ex: いくら長くても、最後までワンピースを見る。

  (No matter how long it is, I’ll watch One Piece to the very end.)

Ex: いくら便利でも、ネットを使ったばかりってダメよ。

  (No matter how convenient it is, you shouldn’t be using the internet a bunch.)

[一方だ]

more and more, continue to

Expresses something that progresses continuously. It can express good and bad situations. It is similar to ばかりだ but you can only use it in a negative situation. On the other hand, 一方だ is mainly used for negative situations, but can be used in a positive or neutral situation.

V(Dict-form) + 一方だ
N + の + 一方だ

Ex: ここ3年、日本語能力が増える一方だ

  (For the past 3 years, my Japanese ability has continued to increase.)

Ex: 何で日本はまだファックスを使うの?他の句に比べて、日本のテクノロジーは衰退の一方だと思う。

  (Why does Japan still use fax? Compared to other countries, I think Japan’s technology will continue to decline.) 


N3 動詞

発明

はつめい(する)

To Invent

The closest meaning for the first kanji 発 would be publish or emit. Gives off a feeling that you are putting something out to the public. The second kanji means bright or light. So in a way you are bringing what you created to light.


対話

One Piece is getting a live action from Netflix. Hope it’s not another Death Note.

[ワンピースのライブアクシオン]

A: な、ユキ、まだワンピース見てる?

B: うん、見てる。なんで?

A: Netflixはライブアクシオンを作ってつもりみたい。

B: えー、そんな。まだDeath Note作ってしやがって。アニメほっとくべきだ。

A: NetflixのCowboy Bebopは面白いと思う。ワンピースが来たら、やってみない。

B: じゃあ、やって見る。能力者にどうするつもりかな。CGが悪くなければいいね。

A: そうだね。どんな編を使うかな。

B: さ。短い編だと思う。ROMANCE DAWNとか。それは映画だろ。

A: 待って。。。ケイタイで調べてみる。あ、エピソードが10個みたい。

B: ふむ。。。面白そう。見てみるかもしれない。

A: うん、ぜひ楽しみに。

[One Piece is Getting a Live Action?!]

A: Yuki, are you still watching One Piece?

B: Yeah. Why do you ask?

A: Looks like Netflix is making a live action for it.

B: Aw man, they had the nerve to make that Death Note. They should leave anime alone.

A: I think Cowboy Bebop was good. When One Piece comes out, wanna watch it.

B: Fine, I’ll give it a shot. Let’s see what they plan to do with the Devil Fruit Powers, hopefully CG isn’t too bad.

A: Right. Wonder which arc they’ll do.

B: Not sure. Maybe a short one. Like Romance Dawn. This is a movie, right?

A: Hold on. I’ll check on my phone. Oh, it looks like there’s going to be 10 episodes.

B: Hmm. Interesting. I might check it out.

A: Yeah, I’m really looking forward to it.


実況から勉強する:キングダムハーツ

That was a nice intro to King Triton. Now the boys (and the girl) are heading out to explore. Let’s see what (or who) they run into.

 ①「海底(かいてい)峡谷(きょうこく)」への出口(でぐち)

  ねぇ、私(わたし)のかくれがに来(き)て。見(み)せたい物(もの)があるの。

 ほら、ここから見えるでしょ。あそこがそうよ。

  • Exit to Undersea Gorge
    • EN: Undersea Gorge
  • Hey, come with me to my hideout. I want to show you something.
    • EN: Come to my grotto. I want to show you something.
  • You can see from it over here.
    • EN: There it is. See?

※ The word かくれが is usually written in kanji (隠れ家). It literally hidden(隠れ) house(家). The word itself means hideout or refuge.

②「アリエルのかくれが」への扉(とびら)

  どう?みんな私とフランダーで集(あつ)めたの。

 きっと外(そと)の世界(せかい)のものよ

  • Door to Ariel’s Hideout 
    • EN: Ariel’s Grotto
  • What do you think? Flounder and I collected this stuff.
    • EN: Look at all the wonderful things Flounder and I’ve collected.
  • I’m sure this stuff is from the surface.
    • EN: I think it’s all from the outside world.

※ I translated 外の世界 (which means outside world) to surface since Ariel got this stuff from there. It’s a different world for her so it makes since that she would describe in this way in Japanese.

③私ね、いつかこの海(うみ)の外に出(で)たい。

  もっと広(ひろ)い世界を見たいの。そういうのって、変(へん)かな。。。?

 いや、そんなことない、そんなことないよ。

  • You see, I want leave this sea someday.
    • EN: Someday, I’m going to see what’s out there.
  • I want to see a much broader world. Is that strange?
    • EN: I want to see the other worlds. Does that sound strange?
  • No, that’s not strange one bit.
    • EN: No. Not at all.

※ Ariel is asking if what she is saying is strange here (そういうのって) but I thought “Is that strange” would fit. You can also repeat a phrase to emphasize it more like Sora is doing when he’s trying to reassure Ariel that her dream is not strange.

④俺(おれ)も、そう思ってた。

  思ってた?

  いや、思ってる、今(いま)でも。

  • I felt the same way.
    • EN: I used to feel the same way.
  • You “did”?
    • EN: Used to?
  • I mean that’s how I still feel even now.
    • EN: I mean… I still do.

※ I put emphasis on “did” here because Sora said that he felt or thought that way, too. But then he catches his slip up and try to say that he’s still felling or thinking that with 思ってる.

🎮Nice save, Sora XD.

⑤ね、さっき言(い)ってた”鍵穴(かぎあな)”っていうの、探(さが)しに行(い)きましょう?

 でも、アリエルの親父(おやじ)さんがー

 パパの言うことなんか気(き)にすることないわ。あれはダメ、これもダメって怒ってばかり。

  • Would like to look for that “keyhole” you mentioned earlier?
    • EN: Hey, why don’t we try looking for that Keyhole you were talking about?
  • But your dad said that-
    • EN: But your father said–
  • I don’t care what Daddy said. All he does say things are wrong and gets mad.
    • EN: Oh, he treats me like a little girl. He never wants to let me do anything.

※ The expression 気にすることない means “I don’t care”. 気にする by itself means to mind or to care about. However when set up with ことない, a negative nuance is formed.

⑥私にだってやりたいことがあるのに。

 おまえたちに”鍵穴”が見つけられるものか。だけどあの娘(むすめ)は使(つか)えそうだね。

  おまけに今のあたしにはハートレスの力(ちから)もある。

  • Even thought there’s things I want to do.
    • EN: He just… He just doesn’t understand.
  • So they’re looking for the “keyhole”. It appears I can that girl can be of use to me.
    • EN: Those impudent fools will never find the Keyhole. But the girl could prove useful.
  • Besides I have the power of the Heartless at my disposal.
    • EN: And I’ve got the Heartless on my side.

※ When the potential verb 使える is put with そうだ, it gives off a meaning of “it seems it can be used” or 使えそう. Also, in this situation, when dealing with そうだ you have to drop the る.

⑦いまいましいトリトンめ今に見ていろ。

  「海底洞穴(かいてい・どうけつ)」への穴(あな)

 「大海(たいかい)のよどみ」へ続(つづ)く洞窟(どうくつ)

  • You’ll pay for exiling me, Triton!
    • EN: Triton, my old friend… Your day is coming.
  • Hole to Undersea Cave
    • EN: Undersea Cave
  • Cave that leads to the Stagnant Sea.
    • EN: Calm Depths

※ The phrase 今に見ていろ is quite the villain-esque thing to say. It means “Just you wait” or “You’ll pay for this”. いまいましい (忌々しい)means annoying or provoking which shows her grudge with King Triton. よどみ is a noun that means stagnation, backwater, or sediment. It also has a verb called 淀む(よどむ)which means “to stagnate”. So I went with a variation: stagnant.

⑧「アトランティカ」の大海へ

 「難破船(なんぱせん)」への入口(いりぐち)

 あれ?この形(かたち)、どこかで見たことあるわ。。。

  • To the Atlantic Ocean
    • EN: Undersea Valley
  • Entrance to Shipwreck
    • EN: Sunken Ship
  • Huh? Where have I seen this shape before?
    • EN: Hm. It’s shape reminds me of something…

🎮Nothing like minding your own business trying to open a chest when a shark comes out of nowhere to give an aggressive greeting. Speaking of chests, guess I was wrong. Paradigm Shifter opened another one.

⑨王家(おうけ)の水晶(すいしょう)を手にいれた!

  船外(せんがい)へ

 「海底峡谷」への抜け道(ぬけみち)

  • Obtained the Royal Family’s Crystal!
    • EN: Obtained Crystal Trident.
  • Exit ship
  • Secret way to Undersea Gorge

⑩アリエル!またわしの言(い)いつけに背(そむ)いたな!

  宮殿(きゅうでん)の外へは出るなと言ったはずだぞ!

 待(ま)ってパパ!

  • Ariel! You disobeyed me once again!
    • EN: Ariel, you’ve disobeyed me again!
  • I told you not to leave the palace!
  • Wait Daddy, no!
    • EN: Daddy, no!

※ The verb Triton is using here is 背く which is “to disobey”.

⑪なんてことを!

 少年よ。おまえたちは遠(とお)くの海(うみ)ではなく、ほかの世界から来たのだな。

 ではやはりおまえが”鍵(かぎ)”を持つ者(もつもの)か。

  • How could you do such a thing?!
    • EN: How could you…
  • Boy. You didn’t come from some far away sea. You all came from another world, didn’t you.
    • EN: Young man, you’re not from another ocean. You’re from another world. Aren’t you?
  • Just as I thought. So, you are the wielder of the “key”, huh.
    • EN: Then you must be the key bearer.

⑫どうして それを?

  アリエルはだませてもわしの目(め)はごまかせん。

 その不慣(ふな)れな泳ぎ方(およぎかた)ではな。

  • How do you know about that?
    • EN: How did you know?
  • You can fool Ariel but that won’t work on me.
    • EN: You may fool Ariel, but you can’t fool me.
  • With that inexperienced swimming of yours.
    • EN: You don’t know your dorsal fin from your tail.

※ 不慣れな is an adjective that means inexperienced. I like how they expressed their inexperience with moving around in these bodies.

⑬”鍵”を持つ者なら わっかているはずだ。

  異(こと)なる世界に属(ぞく)する者はたがいに干渉(かんしょう)してはならない。属するもの

 そんなの知ってるよ!だけどー-

  • If you really are the wielder of the “key” then you should know.
    • EN: As the key bearer, you must already know…
  • You aren’t supposed to interfere with the people in other worlds.
    • EN: One must not meddle in the affairs of other worlds.
  • I know that! But I can’t ignore what was going on.
    • EN: Of course I know that, but…

※ The verb 属する means “to be affiliated” or “to belong to” or “to be subject to”. I went a more expressive translation for Sora instead of just trailing off with “But…”.

🎮 Sora has been breaking that rule for quite a bit now. Besides it seems these worlds need to be interfered with considering there are villains out there doing the same. Kinda like a fight fire with fire deal. Except Sora is like a firewall(?).

⑭おまえたちはそのルールを破(やぶ)ろうとしている。

 ”鍵”を持つ者は平和(へいわ)を乱(みだ)し災いを招く(わざわいをまねく)

  ソラはそんなことしないよ。

  • So you are aware that you are breaking that rule.
    • EN: You have violated this principle.
  • The “key” wielder disturbs the peace and brings calamity.
    • EN: The key bearer shatters peace and brings run.
  • Sora wouldn’t do that.
    • EN: Aw, Sora’s not like that.

※ This expression 災いを招く means”to bring calamity”. 災い means disaster or calamity while 招く means to invite. So Triton is saying that the key brings disaster.

⑮アリエルを助(たす)けてくれたことは感謝(かんしゃ)する。

 だがわしの海にその”鍵”は必要(ひつよう)ない。

  • I’m grateful for you helping Ariel.
    • EN: I thank you for saving my daughter.
  • However, my sea has no need for that “key”.
    • EN: But there is no room in my ocean for you or your key.

⑯おやおや 彼女(かのじょ)は深(ふか)い悲(かな)しみに沈(しず)んでいるねーー

 かわいそうに 我々(われわれ)が力になれればいいんだがーー

  あのお方(かた)ならなんとかしてくれるかも。

  • Oh my, she’s sunken into a deep sadness.
    • EN: My, my, the poor child suffers such deep sorrow.
  • Poor thing, if only we could help her.
    • EN: What a pity. If only there were something we could do…
  • Perhaps she could do something.
    • EN: Wait. Maybe she can be of some help.

⑰誰(だれ)のこと?

  きっとおまえを助けてくれる。

 おまえの願(ねが)いを叶(かな)えてくれる。アースラならーー

  • Who are you talking about?
    • EN: Who’re you talking about?
  • Surely she’ll be able to help you.
    • EN: Oh. she would surely help you.
  • She’ll be able to grant your wish. If only if Ursula were here.
    • EN: She’d make all your dreams come true. Ursula can help…

⑱あたしを呼(よ)んだかい お嬢(じょう)さん?

  あなたがアースラ?私ーー

  いいのいいの 困(こま)っている人(ひと)を助けるのがあたしの仕事。

  • Did you call for me, young lady?
    • EN: You called, my dear?
  • You’re Ursula? Could you hel-
    • EN: You’re Ursula? I was just wondering if–
  • It’s fine. Helping others in trouble is my job.
    • EN: It’s all right. Helping others is what I live for.

⑲あんたの願いはーー ああ 外の世界へ?なんてこたあない。

  あんたと一緒(いっしょ)にいたあの子(こ)らだってーー

  外の世界からきたんだからね。

  え!?

  • Your wish, Ah, you want to go to the surface?
    • EN: Let me guess. You wish to see other worlds. That shouldn’t be too hard.
  • Those friends of yours,
    • EN: After all, your new friends,
  • came from the a different world.
    • EN: came from another world.
  • Huh?!
    • EN: What?

⑳だけどあれは特別(とくべつ)。あの不思議(ふしぎ)な鍵があるからね。

  おおっと そんなに悲しまなくてもいいよ。あんたのそばにも”特別”はあるんだから。

  いいかい アリエルーー。

  • But that is a special case. They have that mysterious key.
    • EN: But they had special help–. That mysterious key.
  • Oh my, you don’t have to be so sad. You have something just as special.
    • EN: Now, now. Cheer up, sweetie. You have something special, too.
  • Listen Ariel.
    • EN: Now listen carefully.

🎮You know, if Donald can turn himself, Sora and Goofy into sea creatures then surely he could’ve helped Ariel… but I guess that would ruin the plot for Kingdom Hearts II, huh?

㉑あたしはね”鍵穴”は宮殿にあるとふんでるんだ。

 だからアリエル トリトン王に内緒(ないしょ)でそこまで案内(あんない)してくれればーー

 おまえを外の世界へ連(つ)れて行(い)ってやれるんだけどねえーー。

  • The keyhole must be in the palace.
    • EN: I think the Keyhole they seek is somewhere in the palace.
  • So, Ariel, if you could lead me there without Triton finding out,
    • EN: Now, my dear, if you can take me there without you daddy knowing…
  • I can take you to the surface.
    • EN: I can help you get to these other worlds you long for.

※ The word 内緒 has the kanji for inside and the second kanji can mean things like cord or inception. To me, it gives off a feeling of being in the loop. So something is being kept from people out of this loop. Hence, a secret.

🎮Why did Triton think it was good idea to leave this thing behind. I’d have it on me at all times like my life depended on it. Because it kind of does if the trident gets in the wrong hands.

㉒「宮殿:トリトンの間(ま)」へ

  ついにトライデントを手に入れた!

  アリエル おまえのおかげだよ!

  • To the Palace: Triton’s Room
    • EN: Triton’s Throne
  • At last I’ve obtained the trident!
    • EN: The trident is mine at last!
  • It’s all thanks to you Ariel!
    • EN: And I couldn’t have done it without your help, my dear.

🎮Look at Ursula sounding like she’s in an RPG… wait.

㉓やめてアースラ!そんなこと頼(たの)んでないわ!

 どうして?せっかく口(くち)うるさい父親(ちちおや)を黙(だま)らせてやったのに。

 そうかい それじゃそろそろ連れて行ってあげるよーー

  • Stop Ursula! This isn’t what I wanted!
    • EN: Ursula, no! I didn’t want this!
  • I finally shut your father’s mouth for good so why should I?
    • EN: Why not? Aren’t you tired of following your dear daddy’s orders?
  • Oh that’s right, it’s time to take you to another world.
    • EN: Oh, yes. We had a deal, didn’t we?

㉔おまえが望(のぞ)んだ外の世界。ハートレスの闇(やま)の世界へ!

 ”鍵穴”が見つかりません。

 ”鍵穴”はここにはありません。

  • A world you wished for. To a world filled with the Heartless’ darkness!
    • EN: Time for a little journey– to the dark world of the Heartless!
  • Can’t find the “keyhole”.
    • EN: We cannot find the Keyhole.
  • It’s not here.
    • EN: The Keyhole is not here.

🎮…well that was awkward.

㉕なんだって?おや 邪魔(じゃま)が入(はい)ったね

 けれどすこしばかり遅(おそ)かったようだよ ぼうや。

 パパ!

  • What?! Oh, come to stop me, have you.
    • EN: What? Why, we have company.
  • But you’re too late, boy.
    • EN: I’m afraid you’re a little late, handsome!
  • Daddy!

㉖わしのことより トライデントを取(と)り戻(まど)さねばーー

 急(いそ)いで追(お)いかけるぞ!

 お願い 私も連れて行って。私のせいでパパを傷(きず)つけてしまった。

  • If I don’t get my trident back…
    • EN: The trident… We must get it back.
  • Let’s hurry after them!
    • EN: Come on, let’s go!
  • Please take me with you. It’s my fault Daddy got hurt.
    • EN: Wait, I’m going with you! My father is hurt and it’s all my fault.

㉗私が アースラを止(と)めなきゃ。

 ええい この私もお供(とも)いたしますぞ!

 アースラは不思議なツボから魔力(まりょく)を引き出し(ひきだし)ているのだ。

  • I have to stop Ursula.
    • EN: I have to stop Ursula!
  • Yeah. let’s all go together!
    • EN: That’s right. I’m right behind you, Ariel.
  • Ursula pulls magic from this mystical pot.
    • EN: Ursula draws power from her cauldron.

※ The word ツボ means pot. However in this situation cauldron works better considering Ursula is a sea witch and she does magic. For 引き出し, I went with pull but it can also mean to draw from.

㉘攻撃(こうげき)するだけではアースラには通用せんぞ。

 あやつのツボを魔法(まほう)で攻撃するのだ。

 たたいたら口を開(ひら)くかな?

  • Your attacks will not work on her.
    • EN: (N/A)
  • You have to attack the pot with magic.
    • EN: To defeat Ursula, you must strike her cauldron with magic.
  • I wonder if I hit it, will it open?
    • EN: Hitting it might open it.

※ The verb 通用する means to pass as. However when you put the negative form せん instead する, It means the same as 通用しない which means “to not apply”. せん is an expression that you can use to say “will not do”, “do not”, or “does not”. So Triton is saying that “physical attacks do not apply to her” or “will not work on her” as I suggested here.

※On another note I find it strange they didn’t translate that line. I guess they had a character limit or thought that it wasn’t needed.

That wraps up this heavy dialogue video. But we are not done with this world yet. It’s not over until Ursula is defeated. And we’ll be getting to that next time.


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圧倒的戦力!麦わらの一味集結

圧倒的(あっとうてき)

圧倒 is noun that can be turned into a verb. It means to overwhelm, overpower, or intimidate. 的 can be used as a suffix to mean something is like (for example-ish, -kind of ) but I won’t translate it like that. I’ll just stick to something like “overwhelming” or “overpowering”.

戦力(せんりょく)

戦 is tied to the word 戦争 which means war and it has the same meaning by itself. When a kanji is put with 力(りょく)it means the strength of that kanji 力 is being attached to. Maybe something like “fighting power” or just “power” or “forces” would fit better here.

Put this with 圧倒的 and we have “Overwhelming Forces!”

麦わらの(むぎわらの)

麦わら is a noun that means “straw” but in One Piece this is usually translated to “Straw Hat”. The の is most likely used as a way to describe someone or something.

一味(いちみ)

This reading of 味 is used for counters of various types of things. Like food and drink. It most likely can also be used as a counter for groups. And the definition seems to follow the same line of thought. 一味 can mean things like clan, gang, or crew. The last one is perfect for this pirate crew. “Straw Hat Crew” or “Straw Hat Pirates” would be good here.

Put this with what we have so far and we have: “Overwhelming Forces! Straw Hat Crew”

集結(しゅうけつ)

The first kanji shows up in the verb “to gather” called 集まる. So we have a gathering of some sorts. The second kanji 結 can mean bind, organize, or join. Considering what the rest of the title is talking about it is safe to say that an army is gathering together. With that line of thought in mind, let’s look at the definition of this word. 集結 means “gathering” or “massing(of troops)”. It’s kinda like that scene in End Game where Captain America tells the Avengers to assemble so I think I’ll go with that. Perfect.

Together we have:

Put this with what we have so far and we have:

“Overwhelming Forces! The Straw Hat Crew Assembles!”

One Piece was the first series I started with in this segment, so I thought it would be suitable to return for the 1000th episode.

Crunchyroll did a lot of promotion for this one. They even made a 1 – second per episode video.

Plus One Piece is a very popular anime globally. So, of course it ended up crashing the servers XD. Luckily I did the same thing when Crunchyroll was airing Dragon Ball Super and One Piece around the same time: watched on Funimation. Ah, we made it to the 1000th episode. I’ll talk about a few highlights from the episode.

They brought back 「We Are!」 with new visuals.

They even brought the classic eyecatchers back.

This is special occasion so I don’t think they’ll be doing this going forward. However, it was a fantastic little nod to the classic. To be frank, I wouldn’t mind if they brought back 「We Are!!」for the next OP. I’d still understand if they just wanted to do it for a special occasion.

And speaking of special occasions God Usopp decided to break the 4th wall a little.

They showed off some great moments from each of the Straw Hat Pirates and letting the whole crew show how they’ve grown all these years. Thought they’d go in order from when they all joined but oh well.

We also got a thank you from the staff.


レイの日記

やれやれ、またあいつらか。どけー、ボケ。3匹しかいなかった。なぜ一緒に戦うかな?ともかく、サカキの出番だ。前哨戦ありがとうな。

ハヤッタカはニドリーノを倒した。ハヤッタカのつつくはドリルくちばしにアップした。次はペルシアン。キョウショクのれいとうビームでサイホーンを倒られた。最後のはニドクイン。イッコケセイ、本物のクインを見せてやる。優しかった思った。エフェクトガードを使って続けた場ありが、足りなかったさ。

サカキの負け後、あいつが逃げられた。シルフカンパニーの会長のお礼で、特別ポケボール手に入れた。何もポケモンを必ず掴めるポケボール。マスターボールという。多分絶対に使わないかも。おそらく。。。これも売らない。後で、パソコンに入ってるから。ほかのバリケードを開けて。カードキーを持ち続ける。それもマスターボールもパソコンに入ってる。俺比べて、おそらくアキのやつはバッジの数が多いだね。だから、このシティのジムに行く。って。。。なぜジムが二つあるか?


REI’S JOURNAL

Aw man, these guys again. Get outta my way ya stooges. They only had 3 Pokémon. Wonder why they fight together. Anyways, Giovanni’s next. Thanks for the warm-up.

Hayattaka took down his Nidorino. Upgraded Hayattaka’s peck to a drill peck. Took down Persian next. Kyoushoku took down Rhyhorn with an Ice Beam. His last was a Nidoqueen?! I’ll let Ikkokesei take of her. Easier than I thought. He kept using guard spec., but it wasn’t enough.

After beating Giovanni, he left. As thanks, the president of Silph Co. gave me a special pokéball. A pokéball that can catch any Pokémon without fail. A master ball. Probably never going to use this. Most likely can’t sell this. I’ll put it in the computer later. Unlocked the rest of the barricades. Guess I’ll hold on this card key. I’ll put that and the master ball in the PC. Aki’s most likely have more badges than me so I’ll on the gym here. Wait… why’s there two?

In conclusion, I hope that this series is helpful with your journey to learning Japanese and/or taking an interest in the country’s culture. Until then… また来週!

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