The 24-year-old has been playing keyboard for a mere four years, but is already producing some great covers and even some music of his own. Although he also performs using a guitar, he admitted that the keyboard is his favourite instrument.
What kind of music do you play? | どんなジャンルの音楽を弾いていますか？
“I love pop, but my personal style is soul. I like to really speak to people with my music.”
Who are your influences? | 誰に影響受けたんですか？
“I absolutely love Donny Hathaway, an American jazz player. He was a huge inspiration to me. There is also someone else I really enjoy, though he isn’t that well-known yet; Shinsuke Sugahara, a Japanese singer. He’s a great guy and plays some wonderful music.”
That there is kara-shio ramen. Kara is ‘spicy’ and Shio is ‘salt’, as in a salt-based ramen.
Man oh man was it good.
Oreryu Ramen, or ‘my way’ Ramen shop, is one of my favourites. Here’s 4 reasons why.
1. See that fried chicken on the picture? That is easily the best I’ve ever had at a ramen restaurant. Most fried chicken is bog standard, but I always order this moist, generously garlic-sprinkled dirty bird.
2. Their permanent abience music is various albums of The Beatles. Enough said.
3. Their spicy ramen is actually spicy. The kara-shio was perfect, and came as a set with rice and gyouza for less than 1000 yen; this is much cheaper than tourist trap places.
4. It’s close to my house. Not very helpful to you guys, but I live a five minute walk from this place – meaning I can waddle home after stuffing myself full instead of worrying about trains.
Have you ever wondered what Remy puts in the soup that Linguini nearly ruins in Ratatouille? Of course you have! We all have. Well, here in the test kitchens of The Ordinary, we’ve done exhaustive research to arrive at the definitive version of the soup, with the precise ingredients that Remy used. Precisely definitive! We watched this scene dozens of times. We’ve listened to characters’ descriptions of the soup, and we’ve analyzed the inner workings of the kitchen to arrive at a soup that is a “spicy yet subtle taste experience.” Let us walk you through it. To begin with, when Linguini nearly knocks the pot off the stove, the soup looks like tomato sauce. We determined, decidedly, that it’s probably some sort of tomato soup. We kept that part simple, but we did add a spicy element, because nothing we saw Remy add could be described as “spicy.” Linguini…
Upon searching for romance guides for the Dragon Age: Inquisition characters, I found that you would either find an article on approval or an extremely brief list of “tips”. I couldn’t find a complete, detailed guide for any of the characters. So, naturally, I wrote my own.
If you love Dragon Age: Inquisition as much as I do, you’ll know that there are eight characters you can romance. Check out the list below for links to a FULL romance guide, including your character’s requirements, dialogue options and personal side quests.
Possible with: female elf or female human
Approval rating: no FULL GUIDE HERE
Blood of the Innocent, my second novel, has been nominated as best indie book of the year! I would love it if you could cast your vote and give my book the chance it deserves. I have hardly any readers, but the ones who have read my work tend to like it!