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Barakamon : Onde

“Onde /Nenbutsu Odori” (オンデ /念仏踊り)
Translation : Buddhist Chanting Dance

Handa seems to finally be a part of his new home, it is only right that the messages of reminder that he’s only here to learn and grow as a person are starting to pop up. After all his life is in Tokyo so he can’t stay here forever right?

Right?!

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Barakamon : Hisan-Iwo

“Hisan-Iwo /Koukyuuna Sakana” (ひさんいを /高級な魚)
Translation : High-Grade Fish

After seeing the improvement before our eyes we get to spend another day with Takao and Kosuke today. How will full Naru power suit them I wonder?

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Barakamon : Un ni Oegii

“Un ni oegii /Umi ni oyogi ni iku” (うんにおえぎいっ /海に泳ぎに行く)
Translation : Going Swimming at the Beach

It has been a while since I saw Handa scribbling on the side of a boat. It hit me right away whilst putting the episode on how much I missed it really. Such a well written anime. So lets just jump right back in?

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Barakamon : Hitonmochi

“Hitonmochi” (ひとんもち)
Translation : Mochi Thrown In Celebration

Over worked and not taking to moving very well Handa is determined to come up with a masterpiece. His masterpiece might put him in the hospital mind you but a masterpiece is what he is after.

He’s slowly coming to terms with having a bunch of kids surrounding him and having no real privacy, in fact I think it is making him a better person.

Lets just hope he doesn’t work himself to the ground hey?

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Barakamon : Yakamashika

“Yakamashika” (やかま)
Translation : Annoying

We were introduced to the crazy world of Handa, a calligraphy genius who has been sent to a small island to “cool off” and rethink himself after punching a curator who didn’t like his work.

We’ve met the very friendly, some would say over friendly, neighbours as well as their kids who have been using his empty house as a base and don’t seem ready to give it up quite yet.

Through all this there is a story of a artist trying to find his own unique style.

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