RANDOSERU & TIGER MASK


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Karlee who is from Perth (Australia) was carrying randoseru on her back.
It was my second time to see the guest who had a randoseru.
Karlee currently has lived in Japan as an exchange student for 6 months and bought the randoseru in Wakayama.

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Irena was the first one.
http://sakura-hotel-ikebukuro.com/blog/2010/03/school_bag.html

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Randoseru is commonly used in elementary schoolchildren in Japan.

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The new school term in Japan starts in April.
Some department stores have already had back-to-school spring sale.

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The term randoseru is a borrowed word from the Dutch "ransel" that means "backpack."
The Netherlands was the only European country with which Japan had trade relations between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries and then a large number of Dutch words came into Japanese.

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Recently, a story has been reported as a touching tale by the mass media.
The story … People calling themselves Naoto Date who is the main character of the manga "Tiger Mask" put thousands of randoserus with letters in front of orphanages all over Japan.

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In the story of "Tiger Mask," Naoto Date was raised in an orphanage.
He becomes a heroic wrestler Tiger Mask and keeps donating money to the orphanage where he grew up during his childhood.

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Who is your hero?
You could be a hero if you make someone feel happy and encouraged.



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