MY STORY

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【MY STORY】Mr.Happiness Roberto G, An Actor Who Always Makes People Smile

“Evolving as a singer and actor in my favorite Japan, I want to deliver happiness to many people.” Roberto G, from Barcelona, Spain, is a singer and actor whose charm is a warm and friendly personality. He has a background in the Gospel Group as a tenor singer and has appeared in many music programs using his overwhelming voice volume. I love Japanese culture and play the shamisen and koto. Mr. Roberto G, who brightens the surroundings with his “happy personality” spoke to us about his passionate story.
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【MY STORY】Kyla, An Artist Who Never Compromises On Her Perfect Creations

Vancouver-born Kyla made many appearances on television, movies, and stage in Canada and Australia, and continues to perform various entertainment activities after coming to Japan. She also expresses her personality through painting. We interviewed Kyla, who is active in the entertainment industry with an attitude of constant gratitude, about her debut opportunity, future dreams, and how foreign talents are active in Japan.
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【MY STORY】Michael Keida, An Active American Who Runs Own Organic Farm

Michael Keida is an American born TV personality/presenter. He owns roughly one acre of an organic farm as well as running a cafe working as a chef. He is an athletic person and in his young days, he played inline skating. He also appeared in "SASUKE  KuroOvi" in Japan. We asked him about his life in Japan, his farm and his future.
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【MY STORY】Kellie, An Actress Led To Japan By Destiny

Kellie from the United States performs various performances such as dance, acting, and movie production. With the dance that she started at the age of 3, she reached the stage of Broadway and had much experience and career! Kellie's visit to Japan was unique without any preparation. We interviewed her about how she felt when she arrived, and asked her tips in order to work actively in Japan.
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【MY STORY】Saskia Thoelen, A Belgian Girl Walking The Path Of Intermediator For Kimono, Art and Japanese Culture

Saskia is a Belgian PhD student who researches Japanese kimono culture and designs her own kimono. Saskia wears many masks, such as a researcher, in the process of completing her dissertation at a Japanese university, a presenter for NHK world, talent, model, and singer active in the entertainment industry. We asked her about her thoughts concerning Japan’s culture, her difficulties during learning Japanese, her activities as a talent, her scariest experience in Japan, and her future dreams.