For Mr. Shibu, the greatest significance of festivals is actually the holiday. Therefore, Mr. Shibu likes Labor Day and National Day, Christmas, Western Valentine's Day, Chinese Valentine's Day, etc. When merchants are enthusiastic about festivals, Mr. Shibu doesn’t care much. First of all, Mr. Shibu is not the core audience of the products or services that these merchants launch during the festival. Secondly, and the most critical point, these festivals generally do not have holidays. ……
This makes Shibu Jun sometimes quite I can’t understand why there are so many festivals in Japan. Just by looking at the names, I think it’s a magical festival. There are so many festivals in Japan, big and small, national and local.It may be all listed here, so let's take a look at some festivals in June.
June 2 is the "day of betrayal" in Japan. This anniversary is related to the famous Japanese history of the Change of Honnoji Temple. Shibu Jun is very curious about the "day of betrayal". What will be done to commemorate; June 6 is called the "Day of Terror", which is related to Christianity; June 11 is the Umbrella Day. I don't know if it is a festival designed to promote the sales of umbrellas.
Following the day of the umbrella is the "Day of Lovers" (June 12), which may be able to beat many single dogs in Japan. On the day of "Day of Lovers", lovers can The photos are placed in the frame and exchanged with each other. It is estimated that it is also a festival established to promote the sales of Japanese frames.
Many men who have never been able to find a girlfriend in reality, "Lover’s Day" is basically meaningless to them, because there is no object to exchange photo frames with photos Ah, but if you really want to exchange photo frames with others, you can engage in such an event between male otaku (laughs).
Abema, a well-known Japanese video distribution website, took advantage of the "Day of Lovers" to provide a series of free distribution services , This time, the works that can be seen for free by the Japanese people are multiple animated films directed by Makoto Shinkai. The ones that began on "Lover’s Day" and broadcast within a limited period of time were "5 cm per second" and "A Place Agreed to the Other Side of the Cloud" are two early masterpieces of Xin Haicheng.
Shibu Jun thinks that Abema’s arrangement is quite fun. First of all, "5 cm per second" although it shows The young and tender love affair between Japanese boys and girls, but after the boys and girls are separated, and after he and her grow up, the final outcome is irreversible and sad. He and her live their own lives and each other.There is no intersection between them.
Then it is the work "The Place Agreed on Beyond the Cloud". If Shibu Jun remembers correctly, when the hero and heroine ride The plane went to the giant tower. After the heroine, who had been drowsy, woke up, she didn't seem to give a clear ending. Jun Shibu couldn't remember whether the hero and heroine finally came together to establish a relationship.
Abema chose to broadcast these two works of Makoto Shinkai for free on Lover’s Day this year.What are the specific ideas? Jun Shibu is a little curious, if you are also a single dog A Zhai, would you like this kind of film selection?
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