To You After 10 Years: Itano Tomomi’s Love Song


Rating: 😀 😀 😀 (3 out of 5 grins)
I’m not a fan of AKB48 at all.  It baffles me up until now how these huge group of girls got so ultra-famous.  Nevertheless, there are only 2 AKB48 members that I like:  Shinoda Mariko (篠田 麻里子) and Itano Tomomi (板野 友美).  Don’t ask me why.  I don’t even know why I like these two.

Juu-nen-go no Kimi e (10年後の君へ) is Itano Tomomi’s song that I like the most.  I think that both the lyrics and the melody are beautiful.  I don’t like the music video that much, but at least, you can see that it has a story.  It feels like a love letter being sung.  This song is rare from an AKB48 because it really connects with the listener.  Enjoy!

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  1. I really do like you. I look forward to your posts and respect your opinion.

    You are one of my favorites on WP, dear lady.

    Why-I-Like-AKB48 is a tough thing to explain. I’ve tried to explain this in my various posts on my blog. Someday I will write my big book”Why I Like AKB48, subtitled Oh, you’re stupid AND you’re a pervert “.

    It has been a long, strange road, to be sure. But it something that gives my life meaning. If you would have told “Dead Kennedys-Black Flag-X-Sex Pistols” Denny in 1979 that someday he would like AKB48, he never would have believed you.

    I stopped watching American football two years ago. I turned my life over to the Idols.

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    1. 。゚(TヮT)゚。
      You’re hilarious! And thank you very much. You’re one of my favourites here, too. You don’t know it but I put you on my “favourite bloggers” list on my Links page:
      Didn’t bother to inform you, well, didn’t bother to inform most of the people in my list. (^v^) But some of them already discovered on their own, so less work for me. 😉

      Well, high-five! If you ever decide to publish that AKB48 book that you’re talking about, let me know. 😉


  2. If you like Mariko, please have a look at my Shinoda board on Pinterest, some with funny captions from the mind of Denny.

    Get if “my Shinoda” — sounds just like the famous song by The Knack from 1980:
    “Duh-duh-duh-duh dut dut , dut dut dudda dut MY SHARONNA”

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  3. Yes, it is a good one. There is a live version of this somewhere on YouTube ether that is more like 1960s rock. Showcasing the guitar parts, they made it sound like John-Paul-and-George. There is also another one where she sings this live on German TV.


    1. Indeed, it’s a good one. Really? She sang it on German TV? Interesting. Just goes to show how popular she/AKB48 is. Hmmm. I think I watched the live version where she sang it live on Japanese TV, and some of the show’s guests are crying. Is this the one you’re talking about?


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