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04-04-2005, 03:30 AM #1
I just find this web and became a new member.
I play badminton in Tokyo in Japan.
I couldn't play it last year because I was pregnant.
Last month, I played it a gim near my house again.
I'm very happy to play badminton.
When you come to Japan and want to play it,
please contact me at e-mail.
I'll help to find a place to play badminton.
Ofcourse, you can join our club
04-04-2005, 02:16 PM #2
Welcome to BadmintonForum! I think there're a few members here that are located in Japan, like MarkInJapan
How long have you played badminton. Do you play often?
04-04-2005, 11:23 PM #3
irrashaimase... i think the spelling is like that hor..
wow, so long that i see, have Japan player joining ...
Nice to meet hear frm u... : )
04-05-2005, 02:30 AM #4
Thanks DaveOriginally Posted by wood_22_chuck
Thank you for reply me.
I have played badminton for 18 years .
But last year, I couldn't play it becouse of my pregnant.
I begun to do it last month again and play it once or twice a week.
I don't know how to say my level.
I won the championship in Kinki District of a member of society five years ago.
But now I can't do smash becouse my abdominal muscles has gone hehe..
I have to train my abdominal muscles before playing it hard.
I made a badminton club for training last month.
You know, I need a badminton training now.
I want to play badminton more.
How about you , Dave?
How long have you played? Have you been in Japan?
04-05-2005, 02:36 AM #5
Thanks CengOriginally Posted by Cengsc
Thank you for the warm welcome in Japanese.
Spelling is correct
Japanese player don't come here?
Almost Japanese can read and write in English, moreover English school is popular in Japan.
There are some good site to find a place where you play badminton in Japan, but I have never seen the English site .
So when you join a Japanese club, you need a pen and a note to talk with many Japanese
This is not a joke...hehe.
04-05-2005, 02:51 AM #6Originally Posted by Miyuki
So you are saying japanese are good in chatting in msn and yahoo and not fluent in spoken english.
04-05-2005, 04:03 AM #7
Thanks coolerOriginally Posted by cooler
umm...I don't know if Japanese are good in chatting .
I only mean that Japanese can read and write.
Chatting need an ability to type quickly. But almost of us don't type in English as usual life. So chatting is more difficult for Japanese than spoken in English
Recently, most student go to abroad for studing English(?)
Most japanese player come to this site soon maybe...
04-05-2005, 08:44 AM #8
We hope more Japanese will come to badmintonforum.
I hope one day I can go to Japan again. On my last visit, there were the cherry blossoms. So beautiful. I also went to watch the Japan Open to watch some beautiful badminton.
04-05-2005, 06:39 PM #9Originally Posted by Miyuki
Japan? Very nice place. I was there maybe 4 years ago, in Yokohama. Was there for a couple of days.
Congratulations on your baby boy!
04-05-2005, 06:41 PM #10
Nice to meet you.
Thank you for reply me.
Originally Posted by Cheung
Please remember this Japanese word "OHANAMI".
It is the popular event that people eat and drink with seeing beutiful chrry trees.
This is my recomended sakura pictures site.
It is good site for you becouse of written in English.
04-05-2005, 07:04 PM #11
I enjoy it
You had been to Yokohama. Maybe Chinese town?
There are good chinese restaurant in it .
I went to Canada for 1 week 2 years ago. only Tront and Niagara Falls. And then, went to NY to play badminton.
Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
Last edited by Miyuki; 04-05-2005 at 07:09 PM.
04-05-2005, 07:55 PM #12
Very cute, Miyuki
It's refreshing to have a different view on things, here on BadmintonForum. Is Daddy a badminton player as well?
04-05-2005, 08:12 PM #13Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
Maybe it will come soon that my son play badminoton
And he will be beating me by badminton...10 years later.
04-05-2005, 08:33 PM #14Originally Posted by Miyuki
Miyuki, if you have won a district championship, you must be a very good player!
glad to see more Japanese badminton players joining BC.
04-05-2005, 09:21 PM #15
Hi,kwunOriginally Posted by kwun
I went to join the UC Davis Chanpionship about 5 years ago.
It is a very good memory for me.
I want to be a good player again .
My young sister lives in LA. Maybe I will come to CA this or next year.
If I have a chance, I hope to play badminton in CA .
04-05-2005, 10:00 PM #16Originally Posted by Miyuki
At recent GP events, Japan has shown the badminton world that they do have world class players in both men and women events. Just wonder whether you can give an update on their team training and who are their coaches.
Your level of play must be very high. I think perhaps what you need now is to improve your fitness after your childbirth and it seems to me that you are gradually getting your fitness back. Keep it up!
04-05-2005, 10:53 PM #17Originally Posted by Loh
Anyway , I don't have pictures of me becouse I stay my parent's house in Osaka.
I wanted to give information about training and something.
But now, I don't have a good ability to translate Japanese to English.
I do my best to translate a lot of information.
I heard Park Ju-pon (Spell is correct?)became one of coaches of Japanese National team .
He is korean and popular in Japan as a God of doubles.
He took a gold medal by the Olympics in Sydney.
When I know who is coach, I give a update.