Posted by : Selena Lie Tuesday, 31 July 2012


王子様(笑)シリーズ バラエティドラマCD連動購入特典 スペシャル

Cast:

Suzumura Kenichi: The Prince of "Cinderella"
Kazuya Nakai: Prince of "Snow White"
Akira Ishida: Prince of "Rapunzel"
Miyano Mamoru: The Prince of "a mysterious lamp and Aladdin"
Ryutaro Okiayu: Prince of "The Story of the Bamboo"
Hiroyuki Yoshino: The Prince of "The Tale of Genji"
Masaya Onosaka: The Prince of "Sleeping Beauty"
Sugita Tomokazu: Prince of "The Prince of Frogs"

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  1. OUJISAMA WARAI!!!! I MISSED THIS!!! THANK YOU FOR THE UPLOAD! /tears of joy

    Mind if I ask? Would this be the same as the first two yomikatari volumes wherein the princes would narrate the original versions of their tales?

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    1. This is bonus for buying all CD.
      Sorry I don't know the whole series for Oujisama Warai.

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    2. I'm not too familiar with the series, either, but the subtitle 'Hadaka no Oujisama' means 'Naked Prince', so I'm guessing it's a more comedic/omake type of thing.

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    3. "裸の王子様" (Hadaka no Oujisama) is the Japanese title for the fairy-tale "The Emperor's New Clothes"

      In this CD the princes receive a script that is entirely empty except for the words "hadaka no oujisama" written on the first page. They conclude they have to talk about this story, but no one seems to know the it. But at one point they start saying they do know it and start making up their only versions.
      Hilarity ensues.


      *Spoiler for the original tale if you do not know it yet*

      The original fairy-tale is about an emperor who was very vain and wanted new clothes on a daily basis. At one point a bunch of tailors came to the palace and told the emperor they could create a gown from a fabric that only intelligent people could see.
      The emperor hired them but when the clothes were finished, he couldn't see anything. Yet, fearing to be called stupid, he said they were beautiful and went to show off his new "clothes" to his people. Of course, the invisible fabric was a scam and he was parading around naked, but no one dared to tell him because they feared they would be called stupid.
      Yet one small boy dared to point and laugh at the "naked emperor" and because of that, other people dared to say so as well. In the end, the emperor fled back to his palace.

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    4. One detail: The official Japanese story is called "裸の王様" (Hadaka no Ousama) - I was a bit too into the CD when typing my comment, sorry for the confusion. But there is a reason why this story is called "Hadaka na Oujisama"...

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