Ana and her brain

I'm nice and all, but my twisted brain spoils everything.

yuzuwalkways:

Yuzuru’s Fan Letter to Hi-Fi Camp [√]
Translation (Credit to yude from the yuzuruhanyu formatic) 
Dear members of Hi-Fi CAMP,Hajimemashite.(How do you do?) I’m Yuzuru Hanyu.I am your fan since “Kizuna”!During the warm-up, during the practice, at the competition, when I want to cry by myself-I always listen attentively to your music and songs.I really love all of your songs very much, and I put my mind and emotion into every piece when I listen to!!Two years have passed since the disaster occurred, but there were many people who were so much hurt.If I am counted as one of them, I was helped by Hi-Fi CAMP. All the lylics touched my heart. Thank you very much for that.It’s very sad that your band is going to be split, but I will keep listening to the songs of Hi-Fi CAMP.And cheering for the activities of SOYA-san, I want to do my best, too!KIM-san, SOYA-san, AIBA-san,TOSHIRO-san, thank you SO much!!Hi-Fi CAMP, you are the best!!!From Yuzuru Hanyu (mushroom)

yuzuwalkways:

Yuzuru’s Fan Letter to Hi-Fi Camp []

Translation (Credit to yude from the yuzuruhanyu formatic) 

Dear members of Hi-Fi CAMP,

Hajimemashite.(How do you do?) I’m Yuzuru Hanyu.
I am your fan since “Kizuna”!
During the warm-up, during the practice, at the competition, when I want to cry by myself-I always listen attentively to your music and songs.
I really love all of your songs very much, and I put my mind and emotion into every piece when I listen to!!

Two years have passed since the disaster occurred, but there were many people who were so much hurt.
If I am counted as one of them, I was helped by Hi-Fi CAMP. All the lylics touched my heart. Thank you very much for that.

It’s very sad that your band is going to be split, but I will keep listening to the songs of Hi-Fi CAMP.
And cheering for the activities of SOYA-san, I want to do my best, too!

KIM-san, SOYA-san, AIBA-san,TOSHIRO-san, thank you SO much!!

Hi-Fi CAMP, you are the best!!!

From Yuzuru Hanyu (mushroom)

(via ferix1999)

nonchan1023:

I made this montage back in 2012 right before the GPF and it’s no where near the quality I can make now, but I remember matching the scenes of how he “grows and matures” with the song.  Also, it was the time when a lot of people were anxious about Yuzuru’s coach change- I wanted to show that he was maturing and no worries were needed ^-^

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU READ THE LYRICS: Lyric translations

So lovely. And so touching to know that the “future world champion” is now the reigning Olympic&world champ :)

fauxscandinavian:

troublemakerstorm:

Impersonation of Yuzuru and Kobayashi-san during Kiss&Cry after SP in Sochi Olympics. LOL they really are into it XD

LMAO

I’d do anything to avoid actually doing stuff.
nonchan1023:

GIF remake after new size limit ^-^ (the original is hideous)
Sadly, this is also the #1 stolen GIF.

"It’s ok, Pooh, shhh, it’s ok now!"

nonchan1023:

GIF remake after new size limit ^-^ (the original is hideous)

Sadly, this is also the #1 stolen GIF.

"It’s ok, Pooh, shhh, it’s ok now!"

Yuzuru Hanyu- Carmina Burana. I added a different music (from Carmina Burana) to the wonderful video Sugar Autumn made, focusing on Yuzu’s Olympic adventure. Her original video is really amazing, watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7Qc2jSX3h0

dayzdai:

like a guardian angel
so pretty i can’t ;;

dayzdai:

like a guardian angel

so pretty i can’t ;;

Yuzuru Hanyu flew across the ice like an anime hero — leaping, whirling, capturing gold, then bowing so deeply his boyish bangs almost brushed the top of his skates.

He was a dashing Romeo, winning the hearts of screaming, flag-waving, teddy bear-tossing groupies in the Iceberg Skating Palace stands, not to mention supporters back in his hometown of Sendai and throughout Japan, where he will create another surge of figure-skating mania.

Hanyu became the biggest star of the week-old Sochi Olympics by winning one of its glamour events with a glam long program Friday night […]
“I’m here by myself, only one gold medalist, but spiritually I am not by myself,” he said.

“I’m here thanks to the people of Japan who supported me. This is a return of the favor, if you will. I was able to give something back.”

Something memorable, something original. As Plushenko bid farewell, the sport bowed to a worthy successor.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/02/15/3936586/linda-robertson-japans-yuzuru.html#storylink=cpy

—   Miami Herald

Unrealistic optimism is what keeps me alive. 

"What Hanyu’s victory lacked in artistry was made up for in symbolism.

The 19-year-old is a highly intelligent and thoughtful young man, who is popular among fans, the media and other skaters.

The story of the Sendai native running out of his home rink with his skates still on when the March 11 disaster hit in 2011 is well-known, but what may not be is the sensitive nature of the new gold medalist.

“It’s a very difficult subject for me to talk about,” Hanyu said, when asked about the devastating earthquake and tsunami at the press conference after his victory. “I think my service to all those who were affected by the earthquake starts today, now that I’m an Olympic champion.”

At the pinnacle of his young career, Hanyu then revealed how deeply the tragedy had affected him.

“I lost my skating rink because of the earthquake and I was literally struggling to live at that time, let alone try to keep skating,” he stated. “I really thought about quitting skating then.”

Though the media is always quick to grab onto a story line, whether it is real or imagined, Hanyu recognized that he is and will continue to be an inspiration to many in Tohoku and throughout Japan.

“I had the support of so many people to get here, and I want to pay them back somehow,” he commented. “I was on top of the podium carrying the hopes of thousands, millions, and I feel great about that.”

While skaters in other countries often quickly retire and cash in after winning the Olympic gold, Hanyu knows that he has a much deeper obligation going forward […] Hanyu is a throwback to a different era. A time when being honest, wholesome and ambitious were admirable qualities.

—   The Japan Times