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El Koshien de las escuelas preparatorias femeninas -180 días de pruebas y tribulaciones

DC741402Documental

ザ・書道ガールズ!! [RNB]

|Length : 45min. |Year : 2014

“La representación del Shodo” – una forma creativa de caligrafía en la que chicas de secundaria dibujan caracteres sobre una hoja de papel de gran tamaño a la vez que realizan rutinas con música. La “Representación del Shodo Koshien” se celebró por primera vez en 2008 en la ciudad de Shikokuchuo, en la Prefectura de Ehime, conocida como la principal productora de papel en Japón. Un grupo de estudiantes de secundaria locales deciden celebrar este evento para promocionar y revitalizar a su ciudad natal golpeada por la recesión.
La película se realizó en base a esta historia real. Las Chicas del Shodo y la Representación del Shodo se volvieron ampliamente conocidas en todo Japón para el momento en que se celebró la tercera “Representación del Shodo Koshien” el 31 de julio de 2010. En la primera competencia solamente participaron 3 escuelas, y luego 5 en la segunda; esta vez se presentaron 18 escuelas de todo el país.
Las Chicas del Shodo originales de la escuela secundaria Ehime Prefectural Mishima no solo hicieron su debut cinematográfico en la película, sino que también realizaron una Representación del Shodo en vivo en Cannes, Francia, donde se estaba celebrando el Festival Internacional de Cine. Las ya populares Chicas del Shodo buscan maneras de sacar el mayor provecho de los movimientos dinámicos de la caligrafía en su forma original.
La escuela secundaria Kumamoto Prefectural Tamana, concursante por primera vez, se presenta para crear un último recuerdo de su querido instructor, que se retirará al final del año académico. Pero las diferencias de opiniones son frecuentes entre el instructor de 60 años y los estudiantes de 17. El problema continúa hasta el día de la competencia, cuando el instructor les indica a sus estudiantes que eliminen una parte específica de la representación para que esta se complete en el tiempo límite de 6 minutos. Los miembros del equipo se reúnen en una habitación del internado esa tarde y deciden desobedecerle para realizar su actuación de la manera en la que iban a hacerlo originalmente, sin decirle nada. Lo hacen porque quieren a su instructor y quieren tener una oportunidad de agradecerle.
3.000 espectadores colman el lugar el día de la competencia. Las Chicas del Shodo están nerviosas y sienten una enorme presión. Luego de completar su actuación, las Chicas del Shodo lloran, aliviadas, y recordando las diversas adversidades que tuvieron que vencer.
Finalmente, la presentación de los resultados. Más lágrimas caen durante la competencia – por una variedad de diferentes motivos y sentimientos.

From Dad to Daughter : The 700th Bento Box

DC282078Documentary

パパとなっちゃんのお弁当 [RNB]

|Length : 26min |Year : 2020

Taisuke Aono lives in Niihama, Ehime Prefecture.
All he knew how to cook was burnt chicken and yakisoba filled with vegetables. But when his daughter Nat-chan started high school, he decided to start making bento boxes for her.
Nat-chan didn't think he could keep this up for long, since he couldn't stick to a diet, or quit drinking and smoking. And the first bento box he made was a mess...
But her dad kept cooking in the kitchen morning after morning.
All of his bento boxes came with a handwritten menu.
He would give each bento box a title, like "Wimbledon" or "Motivational Katsudon Bento," and would write about Nat-chan's club activities, her tests, events happening in Japan, and updates about his diets.
For three years, he kept making bento boxes and writing menus.
These menus soon became letters from father to daughter.
It wasn't long before he'd made 100, then 500, then nearly 700 lunch boxes. Then came Nat-chan's graduation.
What did he write for his 700th and final menu?

This program depicts the casual life of a single-parent family, and one father's loving bento boxes with humorous and emotional menus.

The People Brought Together by“BENTO”

DC281975Documentary

由美子ちゃんのお弁当 [RNB]

|Length : 45 |Year : 2019

On the coast of an inlet in western Ehime Prefecture is the town of Tawarazu. This small community with a population of 1,000 has many elderly residents.
This town has a bento box shop called “Yumesakuya,” run by the 55-year-old Yumiko Utsunomiya. She also delivers meals, to help senior citizens who can’t shop for themselves.
Koume, one of her elderly customers, says to Yumiko, “I’m as helpless as a baby. Don’t leave me alone, please.”
Yumiko’s bento bring the lonely senior citizens comfort, and save their lives.

What is it that drives Yumiko?

“Putting a smile on people’s faces.”

As Japan’s population ages, more and more senior citizens have no means to feed themselves. Tawarazu, which used to prosper from mandarin orange orchards, is no exception.
At “Yumesakuya,” the town’s mothers work hard to save these shopping refugees.
They deliver to the elderly who can’t walk to the store out of a spirit of charity. What would be a ten minute’s walk for a healthy person is impossibly far away for others.
After the heavy rains of July 2018, “Yumesakuya” reopened as a mini-supermarket.
This documentary portrays the plight of shopping refugees, and the powerful lives of the local mothers who stand up for them.

The High School Aquarium that Brought a Town Back to Life

DC281764Documentary

高校生水族館 竜宮城があった町 [RNB]

|Length : 25 |Year : 2017

The town of Nagahama was once home to the first aquarium in all of Shikoku, one of Japan’s four main islands. Now it is home to an aquarium run entirely by high school students. The public high school’s small aquarium opens up for public viewing once a month. With roughly 2000 aquatic animals from both the sea and rivers, the public openings always draw a big and lively crowd. The animals are cared for by the aquarium club, a rare club for Japanese schools. As the club members care for the animals, they learn many new things, and in 2015, the club placed fourth in the world’s largest student science contest. Hearing this news brought back old memories and brought a new life to the townspeople, who began holding events and collecting signatures to revive the original aquarium. The town was transformed by the young high school students and set out to revive the original aquarium.

Sometimes Clouds, Sometimes Sun

DC280433Documentary

くもり ときどき、晴れ [RNB]

|Length : 55min. |Year : 2004

Ehime Prefecture, in Western Japan, there is a tiny fishing village with a population of just 800, called Ohama. This story of neighborhood life, unfolds in a small Okonomiyaki restaurant. Owned by Mizuho Higaki, a powerful woman, the restaurant serves as a "third place"for those who live in the community. Everyday, people from all walks of life. drop in for a chat with Mizuho. Although each has his or her own problems, they nestle in close to the lives of each other, and go through both the good times as well as the bad times together. This is a life style which, until recently, was seen all over Japan; yet is quickly vanishing in these modern times.

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