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  • Sentimental Night - 1997.05.26

    Co-hosts
    Maeda Ai (İ)
    Mannaka Yukiko (ͳ)
    Suzuki Urarako ()
    Songs
    Miracle Girl (Nagai Mariko)
    Kimi ga Ireba (Morii Kaho/Mannaka Yukiko)
    Drama
    none
    Maeda Ai read a letter for the "sentimental mistake" corner. It was about someone who lost his wallet containing 4 man yen.

    Ai said that she lost a wallet when she was in grade school. It was only 2000 yen, but it was a lot to her back then.

    Urarako never lost a wallet herself, but her parents had their wallet stolen when they were traveling in Paris (on the train).

    Yukiko had also lost 4 man yen, as she left her wallet in her bicycle basket.

    Toshiko had her bag stolen when she was in England. It had her passport and everything. But on the day that she was returning, the bag was returned to the hotel. It had everything except the money.

    Suzuki Urarako read a letter for the "dengon ban" corner.

    Mannaka Yukiko read a message for the "30 byou no sasayaki" corner. She read it in her own voice. Then she read it again in Osaka-ben.

    The requested song was Miracle Girl by Nagai Mariko.

    Then they played Kimi ga Ireba by Morii Kaho (Mannaka Yukiko), which goes on sale 6/21. During the interlude, each girl said a message.

    Yukiko: Thank you for cheering for me. Because of Sentimental Graffiti, I was able to be on the radio and even sing a song. I'm glad I was able to be in Sentimental Graffiti. I would be happy if everyone would love Sentimental Graffiti too.

    Ai: Thank you for listening at such a late hour. Your letters are the source of my power. Please keep sending more. Your feelings are reaching me. Thank you to those who wished me a happy birthday. It might be late, but I'll write replies to everyone.

    Urarako: I think it's wonderful that I can communicate with the listeners through the letters. I'm glad I experienced this. Please send more and more letters.

    There will be special stores near the hometowns of the Sentimental Graffiti girls to cheer them on: Sawatari Honoka in Sapporo, Adachi Taeko in Aomori, Nagakura Emiru in Sendai, Hoshino Asuka in Yokohama, Yamamoto Rurika in Nagoya, Hosaka Miyuki in Fukui, Ayasaki Wakana in Kyoto, Morii Kaho in Osaka, Sugihara Manami in Sakaide, Nanase Yuu in Hiroshima, Matsuoka Chie in Kita Kyuushuu, Endou Akira in Nagasaki. Most of these stores are comic shops or anime shops.

    Next week will be group A, and the following week will be group B.


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