Blog Translation: Hayashi Runa (September 6th, 2020)

Otsukaresama desu! Thank you for the other day! It's Hayashi Runa!


Thanks for the hard work today as well.
 
It's Hayashi Runa, the (new) 4th generation member of Nogizaka46.
 
16 years old, 2nd-year HS student from Kanagawa Prefecture.

I'm Hayashi Runa, the sixteenager that didn't bloom. 
(reference to marika-sensei's PV(hana-saku sixteen) but at the contrary)
 
Don't lose, don't be discouraged, Hayashi Runa! Today is another day of hard work!!
(makeruna, shogeruna, Hayashi Runa! kyõ mo ichinichi ganbaruna! )

(ping-pong)


This is my 27th round of the blog relay.



I will be brief and straight to the point. This time it will be short & with no pictures.

It's a wonderful time of the year called the testing period.




And today, September 6th.

Happy Birthday, Yoshida Ayano Christie-san!

In a previous blog, I was asked [Who is the senpai you'd like to have a talk?] and I answered "Yoshida Ayano Christie-san!".

And somehow, seems that she read the blog and contacted me directly afterwards!


I called her "Yoshida-san" back then, but she said that she'd be happy if I called her Ayatie or Aya-chan instead, so I'll call her "Ayatie-san" from now on!

Although I promised her that I'd like to talk with her the next time we see each other, but the chicken Hayashi only greeted her the other day and ran away.

Kondo-koso! I'll talk to her the next time I see her!



I'll pray for a happy and healthy year for Ayatie-san, with all my might.


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September 2nd.

At the Showroom all the 5 girls of the new 4th gen played [Nama no Aidoru ga Suki] with Nakada Kana-san and Matsumura Sayuri-san like the MCs!

First of all, thank you so much to everyone who watched the show.

That day, I came home late from school.

Therefore, first we all got dressed up and then all of us were gathered. From there to the show we prepared at demon speed!

It was the first time for me to perform with Nakada-san and Matsumura-san, plus I was very nervous because it was a broadcast and at the same time remotely, but they were really kind and helped me a lot.

(At the same time I was thinking "Let me be at the "kagiake¹" of everyone please!". It's a lie, a joke.)

I' d like to do the sea turtle soup with all the 4th gens!

There I was called "Hayashi Runa" by Nakada-san and Matsumura-san.

I'd be happy if from now on you could keep calling me "Hayashi runa" or just "Hayashi".

I read Nakada-san's blog too.


Thank you very, very much!


(Before the show started Sayaka also gave me long-distance cheerings. thanks)


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I missed the right time to put them, so I'll just post them here.

Tomorrow is Myu.
We haven't played werewolf lately. Let's have party again soon!


I was happy to have the blog pass from Rika this time.
The next time I'll take selfies, reply questions, and ganbaru-na!





Adios ! ! ! ! ! ! !


Translator: rororz2

¹ : (A handshake event is divided in 2 or 3 parts, the first half, called "Kagiake(鍵開け = lock-opening)" is the 1st half of the HS and you've less seconds (3 or - ) than the average because it's more crowded. On the other hand, the last half is called "Kagishime(鍵閉め = lock-closing)", you've more seconds (4 or +) and there's more chance to the members to remember your faces, and to hold her hands. I Couldn't watch the broadcast tho, to know the context and explain it.)

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