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  • 井上喜久子のトワイライトシンドローム - 1995.04.14

    Youkina Osakana (Inoue Kikuko)
    No More I Love You's (Annie Lenox)
    [Watashitachi zettaini shinjinai konomede hontouni mirumadeha..]
    [We won't believe it, until we see it with our own eyes..]

    [BGM is "O Hi Ru Ne" instrumental.]

    Kikuko: Good evening, I'm Inoue Kikuko. Banzai! Finally, finally, my own radio show has started. Every Friday from now on will be our time together. Let's syndrome the twilight time together.

    Kikuko: You don't know what we are going to do? I don't know either. This is the first time that I've had a radio program. I don't know if I can do the leading. Even last night I was so nervous that I couldn't sleep well. I'm very nervous now. I'd like to borrow everyone's help in this program.

    Kikuko: There are probably many of you who are wondering, "Who is Inoue Kikuko?" So I will start with a 30 second press conference. I'll try my best so you can find out a lot about me. I don't know what kind of questions there will be, so I'm nervous.

    Q: Name?
    Kikuko: Inoue Kikuko

    Q: Height?
    Kikuko: 164 cm

    Q: Where were you born?
    Kikuko: Kanagawa-ken

    Q: Sign?
    Kikuko: Libra

    Q: Is there something that you can't eat?
    Kikuko: strange things

    Q: What is your job?
    Kikuko: seiyuu

    Q: What are you most afraid of?
    Kikuko: doing a reverse kick up on a horizontal bar.

    Q: What would you be if you were an animal?
    Kikuko: manbou

    Q: Hobbies?
    Kikuko: just doing nothing, and also reading.

    Then time ran out. Kikuko looked at the list of questions.

    Kikuko said, "There are 21 questions. I did 9 of them. So someone who is smart can do more."

    Then Kikuko read some of the questions and answered them.

    Q: Why did you want to become a seiyuu?
    Kikuko: I saw the rerun of Attack Number 1, and I was very moved. I felt that I wanted to do work that would move others.

    Q: What part of your body do you wash first in the bath?
    Kikuko: Maybe my neck?

    Q: What kind of dream did you see last night?
    Kikuko: Because this program was going to start, I was very nervous and I couldn't sleep well. It was strange, but I saw a very scary dream. I woke up very early, and felt that I saw a scary dream. But I don't remember what it was. Then I went to sleep again and saw another scary dream. I don't remember that one either.

    Kikuko: So you know all about me now.. probably not. If you listen to this program every week, I think you'll get to know me.

    Kikuko: This program will also accept letters via electronic mail. Wow, isn't it great. This is a high tech radio program. But I can't even set the timer on a VCR, so I don't know anything about it. If you are a member of Niftyserve, you can sent letters to BXC01127. Of course you can sent normal postcards too. There are three things that we want.

    • 1. こわ〜い考えになってしまった [kowa~i kangae ni natte shimatta]
      When you were just thinking about something, it turned into something very scary. Doesn't that happen to you? Please send this to me.
    • 2. ホラー見たことか [hora- mitakotoka]
      Please tell me about the scary parts of horror movies. Actually I've done the voices in many horror movies. I get scared very easily, but I do like to do those voices that will make other people feel scared.
    • 3. おねえさまに聞け [oneesama ni kike]
      Please ask me anything.

    The address for the letters is:


    Bunka Housou
    Inoue Kikuko no Twilight Syndrome
    "whatever kakari"

    Then Kikuko played Youkina Osakana, and she described it as one of the songs that represents her.

    There will be a corner in the radio program dealing with scary stories in schools, midnight virtual theater twilight syndrome dark side of the school. They are asking the listeners to send in scary stories about their school. Then they will make a horror drama based on some of these stories.

    Since this was the first week and there weren't any letters, Kikuko told a story about her school, and schools of the radio program staff.

    [going off on a tangent]
    Kikuko: I believe in spirits/souls.

    [going off on another tangent]
    Kikuko: Studios have lot of scary stories associated with them. There is one studio that I go to that has a cemetery behind it. My seiyuu friends who are very sensitive about these things say things like, "There are two of them there.." People always tell me that I wouldn't notice even if a ghost took over me, so I'm a little relieved.

    Then Kikuko played No More I Love You's by Annie Lenox.

    Kikuko: That was a quick 30 minutes. Since this is my first radio program, I was very nervous and unsure. For many years, people have told me that I am slow and boke. If there are people with me who can question me and point out my boke, I can be very lively. But since I am alone here, I'm a little unsure. So I want you, the listener, to be that person. If I say something stupid or boke, please say, "Oi, oi" and swing your arm twice at the radio.

    Kikuko: Please listen again next week. Good night.

    [Twilight Syndrome]

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