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Zepp Tokyo – My Evening With Rain: Round Two

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[Image credit: Michiko Ikeda’s personal collection]

Ok, before I begin reliving the second show of the Zepp Tokyo leg of The Story of Rain Tour (2013), I want to epilogue the first show properly!!!! I completely left out the encore portion of my first post and the encores of these shows were just as much fun and filled with just as much excitement as the entire show! My bad.

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Toyko Time – Four Clouds in Sendai

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Just a quick post before the Rain begins to fall! Today, Cloud USA-ers Toni Cammarota, Tammy Harriel and I met with Japan Clouds, Naoko Yamanaka and Michiko Ikeda at Michiko’s beautiful home in Sendai for some food, some laughs and some majah drool-over-Michiko’s Rain collection.  This collection is SERIOUS!

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The Forecast for Tokyo is Rain

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Wow, wow and WOW again! In one week from today, I will be heading to Tokyo, Japan to take on another fangirl adventure of the Rain kind. I have always been adventurous and have always loved to travel, but I thought Rain would have least let me recover from Seoul before embarking on a concert tour. No dice.

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KIM “XIA” JUNSU

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A man with an incredible voice who sings with unabashed emotion, has a provocative stage presence AND a beautifully pure and boyish smile? Sounds strikingly familiar, doesn’t it, Rain?  Hmmm, maybe I have a K-type after all.  My trip to Seoul  exposed me to so  many things and resulted in repeated visits to Korean music stores which subsequently got me a little more acquainted with K-pop.  It was during this time I discovered Kim Junsu after a fangirl swoonfest over TVXQ.   I admit to being duly smitten and immediately knew Junsu would be my next K-Shot of Hot.

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Summing Up Seoul

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It is impossible for me to adequately sum up my trip to Seoul when I have so many emotions crowding my heart.  Let’s just say I did not want to leave.  Perhaps that in and of itself, sums it up.

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