Sumire never rests and neither do I. Another short post but full of beautiful pictures! She’s so pretty in a yukata… Check it out!
Happy Tanabata, weebs.
Today our cute Sumipe was invited to Takahashi Chiaki’s show on NicoNico. I could only watch it for a few seconds before getting kicked for not being a member, aka not paying. Well, at least we got a really nice picture! The contrast between Sumire’s cuteness and Chiaki’s explosive sex appeal is very…interesting. Anyway, I hope you can enjoy my translation, here’s the original post.
New small post by Sumipe. She’s cuter than ever, I really love her haircut! Small note: the original title of her post might be a reference to the classic Japanese war documentary Yuki yukite shingun known in the West as “The Emperor’s Naked Army Marches On”.
Sumire and Nana Mizuki…what a dream!
Original post: http://lineblog.me/uesaka_sumire/archives/4477730.html?t=1
Short post this time, but Sumipe delivered some very cute pictures so it’s fine. Original post.
Another post, another translation. I’m not completely sure about the accuracy of some sentences so if you have some suggestions, feel free to contact me on Twitter.
Original post: http://lineblog.me/uesaka_sumire/archives/4319427.html?t=1
Here’s the translation of the latest entry from Sumipe’s LINE blog. Some parts were a bit tricky to render in English, but I hope I did a good job. Since I’m always open to suggestions, you can hit me up on Twitter.
Latest entry from Uesaka Sumire’s LINE blog, I hope I can translate more of her posts in the future. Read the original post: here
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve last updated my blog. Many things happened in those last months and I didn’t have the time (and will) to update the blog. But lately I felt that I needed to hone my translations skills and here we are: Fischia il Vento (Wind whistles), is a partizan song, one of the most well known.
Leggi tutto “Songs of the Resistenza: Fischia il Vento”
Daaaaaamn, just how much time passed since my last post?! I’ve been a bit busy with
kancolle university and I didn’t feel like writing here. However, today I’m in the right mood, so let’s read two more waka of Fujiwara no Teika.