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Mamoru Miyano - BREAK IT! (Longer radio ver.)
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Mamoru Miyano - BREAK IT!
(A 2.45 preview version from Mamoru Miyano RADIO SMILE 18th Oct 2014)
Opening theme of “CARDFIGHT!! Vanguard G" (On air from 26th Oct 2014)
This will be the leading song of Mamo’s 11th Single “BREAK IT!" (12th Nov 2014 on sale)

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Creative Fashionary sketches by Grace Ciao

Grace is a fashion illustrator from Singapore. She draws inspiration from everything around her. Her favourite materials are watercolours and flowers. Here are her amazing Fashionary sketches inspired by flowers!

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Mamoru Miyano - BREAK IT!
(Preview version from Mamoru Miyano RADIO SMILE 4th Oct 2014)
Opening theme of “CARDFIGHT!! Vanguard G" (On air from 26th Oct 2014)

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janchebell:

Mamoru Miyano - BREAK IT!
(Preview version from Mamoru Miyano RADIO SMILE 4th Oct 2014)
Opening theme of “CARDFIGHT!! Vanguard G" (On air from 26th Oct 2014)

Free! WEB radio Iwatobi Channel ES 07 notes

damenin:

Free! Iwatobi Channel ES Episode 07 (22 September 2014) Guest: Miyano Mamoru (Matsuoka Rin’s seiyuu)
Free!ES Webラジオ イワトビちゃんねるES 第7回  ゲスト: 宮野真守 (松岡凛)

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(photo taken from the official page)

Here I’ll write some notes about the most important/interesting things they say in this episode of the ES radio. Things to take note of.
Seiyuu:

Shimazaki Nobunaga -> Zakki (voicing Nanase Haruka) - the radio’s host (shorter one; does the peace sign with right hand)
Miyano Mamoru -> Mamo (voicing Matsuoka Rin) - this episode’s guest (taller one; does the peace sign with left hand)

I have written at the end of each note the episode number and the approximate minute in the broadcast where they said it. And sometimes who says it.

Free! Eternal Summer official site: http://iwatobi-sc.com/
Free! Iwatobi Swim Club official site: http://1st.iwatobi-sc.com/

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sorashige:

I can’t believe this

sorashige:

I can’t believe this

Need to see Rin dragging Haru to a steakhouse now
Mamo: Yeah, [regarding announcing they were going to Australia] Rin was like, "We're gonna go eat some Aussie beef."
Zakki: THAT'S NOT WHY THEY WENT. Everyone listening to this recording has already seen episode 12.
Mamo: THEY MIGHT HAVE EATEN IT.
Zakki: Okay yes, yes they MIGHT HAVE, but THAT'S NOT WHY THEY WENT.
Mamo: Like, "I'll feed you some beef you've never seen before."
Listener: In the C-Part when Rin-chan said, "We're going to Australia!" my mouth dropped open.
Miyano: Yeah, he said "We're going to eat some Aussie beef!"
Shimazaki: No, that wasn't it! Everyone's already seen the episode! By the time this radio is aired, everyone would have already seen episode 12!
Miyano: No?
Shimazaki: No Aussie beef, that's not why they went there!
Miyano: They COULD have eaten Aussie beef!
Shimazaki: They COULD have, but that wasn't the purpose of the trip, right?!
Miyano: I see, I see. But he could have said, "I'll show you a beef you've never tasted before."
Shimazaki: I would want to eat it, but Haruka is all about mackerel. So maybe if it was a mackerel that he'd never seen before, he'd be okay with that.
Miyano: Since we're done with voicing the series [at this point], I want you to forget [the aftermath] for a bit and tell us about how you felt acting that scene in episode 11. There hadn't been a moment before where Haruka's emotions exploded like that [in the argument scene between Makoto and Haruka]. How was it? Were you nervous?
Shimazaki: I WAS nervous! I was anxious about showing Haruka's character [the right way] and worried about how he would appear to everyone. Throughout the ENTIRE second season, Haruka is worried and lost about his future and what he'll do…
Miyano: The worrying protagonist (trope).
Shimazaki: Yeah. I actually really like those, when someone in their youth is worrying about the changes that lie ahead. Rin always appeared bright to Haruka since the first episode. When [Rin] decided right away [in childhood] on what he wanted to do and when he said he would make the best team, he looked sparkling-- but [Haruka] himself didn't have that. Of course, [Haruka] wants to swim for his team, but when it came to his future, he didn't have anything. A normal high school kid, at least in my experience, doesn't decide that clearly on what they want for their future.
Miyano: Yeah, not everyone is like that.
Shimazaki: They could go to university and stretch out their feelers on what they'd like to do there. But for Haruka [because of his skill], he is at that moment, being pressured to decide. So I could understand why he would feel lost. As Haruka, I felt that he's the kind who is very sensitive of others emotions and takes that in [whether he wants to or not]… so he feels very sensitively the expectations and wishes of everyone and the unknown scouts around him-- and he's unable to let that slide off of him. It makes him feel even more down and uncertain. When Haruka acts based on his emotions, that's when things go well for him, I guess is the way to say. Through his emotions he gets stronger [emotionally]; he's firm about what he likes, what he dislikes, and about his desire to swim. But since his future got involved this time, he went by what he thought instead, using logic and stuff that he normally doesn't think with [rather than what he instinctively felt], so he got stuck for longer than he should have. As I'm sure you've already seen in episode 12-- no matter how much he worried, if he'd just thought "I want to swim"… it wouldn't have been the answer to everything, but it would have helped a great deal for him on an emotional level in feeling that his future was free to pursue. But because he went with logic instead, it made him feel more and more dejected. That was the flow of the story in episode 11, but in episode 9 he also blew up at Rin, right? So in that situation where everyone is coming down at him about deciding his future, here comes his Iwatobi friends who didn't really speak to him that much about it. First, there's Nagisa and Rei, who told him how they felt about it kindly, in a gentleman-like way. And Haruka isn't able to push them away about it because he loves them, he understands how they're feeling, and he knows that they're being nice about it. But because he doesn't understand [what to do], he says as much and he runs away. Then, here comes the last stronghold, Makoto. In the scene before it, there was one where [Haruka] is on edge because they're talking about what they'll do after graduation, and Makoto reads the atmosphere and says normal everyday things like "Why don't we go to the festival?" to help Haruka to relax. So [Haruka] feels grateful to Makoto about that, but since Makoto wants to talk about his own future too, he gets upset again. To me, Makoto was really the last stronghold. [Makoto] doesn't push [Haruka] or force him into something, and [Makoto] stays by his side while he's worrying about his future like this. He kind of stagnates with him, and you think there could be a bit of dependency involved, but now this last stronghold comes to tell him to not run away. That's why it shook Haruka really hard.
Miyano: He must have felt really pained by it.
Shimazaki: When he said "Not you too!" his expression was one of deep anguish.
Miyano: Despite what [Haruka] said, you could tell [from that scene] that he relied on Makoto a great deal… But since he's thinking a great deal and feeling confused about his future while being shown all these different paths by other people, Haruka must have felt that he wanted to change, right?
Shimazaki: Yes!
Miyano: If he really didn't care [about changing] and he liked the way he was now, then it wouldn't affect him at all. Since he feels confused about it, though, he must be feeling deep inside that he wants to do something about himself, or feels that he must. But since that's a different style from his usual, he doesn't know why he feels irritated but he can't help feeling irritated.
Shimazaki: Yes.
Miyano: If he really didn't feel anything, he could just keep on swimming. But when that staircase [to move ahead to his future] was prepared for him, he did take a proper moment to think about whether he wanted to climb it or not.
Shimazaki: Yes.
Miyano: So in the end, he takes that first step up towards adulthood…
Shimazaki: Why do you make that sound so chic?
Miyano: ROFL.
Shimazaki: No, sorry for interrupting, we're on a serious subject.
Miyano: So, in the end, he's able to feel that he does indeed have something fierce inside himself. That made me very happy to see, even as the audience.
Shimazaki: Yes. When [Haruka] first felt that Rin was a bright presence, that's what it was. In his nightmare, he sees Rin holding his hand out while this huge light shines from behind him. So, him thinking that Rin is bright is him thinking that the world [that Rin is in] is a bright one.
Miyano: Yeah, maybe somewhere in his heart he wanted to be in that world too, but when he realized that, he still thought "That's not cool" or "That's not true." So [not being honest with himself] is what keeps things from getting better for him.
Shimazaki: Yes.
Miyano: But by facing it… or rather, by having friends who make him face it… Within this Free! group, each person lived each moment of real life with value and they each shown through with great charm.
Shimazaki: It was very human-like drama, especially seeing Haruka being confused about his life and running away from it. Humans aren't like a book, they come with all sorts of contradicting emotions.
Miyano: Team Samezuka in post-recording is the best team. First, what makes it so great is that my juniors are voiced by my seniors! That's enough to get the talking going!
Shimazaki: Two veteran juniors.
Miyano: Two veteran juniors. Including Suzumura-san (voice of Momotaro) who just turned 40 the other day.
Shimazaki: Yeah, just the other day.
Miyano: And with Miyata-san (voice of Nitori), those two are so CUTE. They voice the cute juniors perfectly. That's what makes this team the best. Also, their interactions are funny. […] I also love working with Hosoya-san (voice of Sousuke); it's enjoyable working with him and I often poke fun at him. You know how, in the series, Sousuke and Rin bump their fists together? I often get asked in interviews if I've had personal experience of that. It's something you're kind of attracted to, and those two do it so naturally, right? Like, it's so cool!
Shimazaki: But I know the truth. I saw you two bump fists yourselves in the studio for episodes with my very eyes.
Miyano: Yeah, I don't know when it happened, but I thought it would be nice to do the fistbump, so I approached Hosoya-san and held out my fist. Like, "Mm." And then Hosoya-san very timidly brought his fist up and very gently touched his with mine.
Shimazaki: Cute!
Miyano: Very gently. And do you know what he said after that? "Ah, you're warm!"
Shimazaki: Ah, I heard from Hosoya-san that he was able to tell your body temperature after that.
Miyano: Yeah, apparently at the beginning I felt cold but by the end he felt my warmth. Like, that's what you got out if it? But there definitely was something other than words that got conveyed through that, so it became a natural thing for us to do every week, and every time I do it, I can feel myself focusing, so I think it helped to greatly close the distance between us.