RANDOSERU & TIGER MASK
Posted by: hideki
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.
Irena was the first one.
Randoseru is commonly used in elementary schoolchildren in Japan.
The new school term in Japan starts in April.
Some department stores have already had back-to-school spring sale.
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.
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.
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.
Who is your hero?
You could be a hero if you make someone feel happy and encouraged.
Posted by: hideki (February 26, 2011 6:27 AM)