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FMヨコハマ×マグカルドットネット コラボ企画第2回「藤田優一」
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2017.09.12

FM Yokohama x Magcal Dot Net Collaboration Project 2nd "Yuichi Fujita"

(Please note that this page was created using Google's automatic translation service and understand that because of this, its translation may not necessarily be accurate.)

・ Please tell us how Mr. Fujita became a radio reporter.

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Before the performance, Mr. Fujita interviews the people who participate in Miki Hiki. Approximately 500 people pulled the rope attached to the trolley carrying the "Kasagi" (length: about 10 meters, weight: about 1.5 tons) at the top of the torii gate with a shout of "Washoi".

When I was in high school, when I started to worry about my career path, my parents told me to have a job in my hand, no matter what the future. When I was vaguely wondering if I had to acquire some skills, I was noisy and talked since I was a kid, and I was inspired to make talking a job. Yes, it is a "job in the mouth" that is not a job in the hand. I told my friends how to do that kind of work and they brought me an audition magazine and showed me. After graduating from high school and going to college, I belonged to the office, and the first audition I received was a job as a reporter for FM Yokohama's morning live broadcast program "THE BREEZE."

・ Do you remember when you first appeared as a reporter?

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Just before the report, I'm waiting for a call from the personality

The first report was on October 1, 1996, near the ticket gate of JR Kannai Station. At that time, I had to talk to someone walking on the song I wanted to play on the radio and get a request. I know that this person is likely to talk or make a request now, but at that time, even if I talk to more than 10 people, it's no good. During the rush hour of commuting around 8 am, I think my voice tended to be reluctant and weak. The live broadcast time is approaching, and if I can't get the request as it is, I'm half-baked, thinking that I might get fired. When I was desperately trying to talk to him and received a request from the 13th woman, I thought, "I was saved!" The woman said, "Actually, I'm about to change jobs and head to a new workplace," and I was very impressed by the conversation, "I'm on the first day, so let's do our best with each other." I am.

・ Are there any other people you met and impressed during the reports so far?

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While checking the coverage notes, a report full of immersiveness began

I think it was around Harajuku in Totsuka, but my son really liked listening to the radio, and my mother, who was especially looking forward to the street corner report corner, came to see me. The son had a disability and couldn't get out of the room, and he was bedridden, so he asked me to go see him instead. While listening to my report every day, I expanded the map together and said, "Today Fujita-kun is here, there is a big park here."He talked and told me that I could feel the scenery through my voice. I thought it would be worth doing if my report could help people who couldn't go there to expand the world as if they were there.
Also, I think it was around Hadano or Shibusawa, but a blind woman once came to see me with a cane alone. This woman asked, "I can't see it as a photo or sign, so can I record my voice?" It was the first time I was asked to record my voice, so it left a strong impression on me. Even though I was blind, I was grateful that he came all the way to see me alone.

・ As a street corner reporter for FM Yokohama, you have been doing this for over 20 years. How do you feel when you always hold the microphone?

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It looks like the sticker is being asked to sign

Well, I made my debut at the age of 23, so next year will be the 22nd anniversary. I took a rest in January this year when I got the flu.
After all, if you continue every day, there are days when you are not feeling well or when you feel depressed and you feel that you may not be able to deliver a good broadcast today. But that's irrelevant to the listener. I will appear at 9 am, so I hope I can make the first voice so that the listeners will think that I will do my best today. If there are people who are listening and people who are waiting, I have to do it. No matter how good I say, it doesn't make sense if no one listens. If you think that there is even one person listening to the other side of the microphone, I think I'll do my best.

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・ Have you ever thought about quitting?

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Appearing to the photo

I don't want to quit, but looking back, I once seriously thought about the significance of my existence. That was the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. At that time, the atmosphere of the world changed, and there were many people who had difficulty living. When the uncertain and dark atmosphere was flowing, I really thought, "I wonder if I can do this." After all, reports aren't indispensable to life. Even if I don't report, everyone can live normally. If it wasn't something I had to do, I was deeply wondering if it meant me to continue.
As usual, I was wondering if I could say "Huh, Fujita!" On the radio, or if I could go out, but the program went on as usual. Later, when I heard my voice and learned that the listener said, "I was relieved," I thought I could do it. I wish I could deliver the report as usual, become a part of the daily life of the listeners, and become a place where my heart can be calm as much as possible.

・ Mr. Fujita has achieved reports on the entire Kanagawa prefecture and is heading to different areas every day. Do you go to talk after making preparations such as preliminary research?

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It looks like a rucksack is asking for an autograph)

The place to go may be decided in advance, but most of the time it is decided by the information provided by the listener or after going. When I actually go to that place, I try to find the scenery of the area and what I find interesting and convey it in words that even small children can easily imagine.
For example, there is a small bench made of stumps inside JR Ninomiya Station. Many people may pass by without noticing itself. However, a stump bench was rare for me, and there was even a cushion on the stump, which I found interesting. I am reporting that it would be nice if the next person who got off at this station would be interested in it so that the scene would come to mind, such as the fun of the appearance and the feeling of actually sitting down.

・ Is there anything you are careful about or keep in mind as a reporter?

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A state of the standing pillar festival. From the left, Akihisa Kusayama, Miho Kitajima, the moderator, and Fujita, the reporter. A large torii was assembled using 300-year-old Osugi, which was cut down in the Tsujimura forest in Odawara.

Until last year, I worked with Miho Kitajima, who was the personality of the live broadcast program "THE BREEZE" for a long time. Mr. Kitajima has more experience in the broadcasting industry than I do, and I casually say that I wanted to say this.A wonderful person who pulls out. I really learned how to ask questions to the other person, how to choose words, and how to express.
Right now, FM Yokohama is delivering personalities and programs that will make me a junior, so I think I have to be in that position this time.
For example, the way of expression is different depending on whether you say "It's a refreshing day" or "It's a refreshing day" on a very pleasant sunny day. Besides, if you don't know how to read "Japan", you don't know the meaning of each word, such as "Japanese" / "Japanese", "8 times" is "Hakkai" / "Hachikai". The impression that is transmitted to the other party when issuing is completely different. First of all, take responsibility for your own speech. I want to be able to use each word properly and convey it in beautiful Japanese.

・ Finally, please tell us about your future outlook.

Well, I don't have anything in particular. I'm often asked, but when I say no, everyone tells me that I don't have the courage. I don't really think that I want to be a program-centric personality or change the world. If you compare it to baseball, I wish I could keep sending steadily bunts instead of aiming for home runs. Anyway, it is ideal to be able to carry out daily broadcasts steadily and steadily day by day. I don't really want my report to be in the middle of your life. I think there are many people in various situations, but I hope my voice can help you to do your best for the day as much as possible.
If there is even one person waiting for me, I would like to continue as much as possible.

Yuichi Fujita's "Street Corner Report"
In FM Yokohama "Lovely Day ♡", Mr. Fujita's report is 9:15/10: 00/11: 05.
Check out the street corner report on the Yuichi Fujita blog!
http: // blog.fmyokohama.jp/machikado/

Lovely Day ♡ Monday-Friday 9: 00-12: 00 Personality (Monday-Thursday) Sayaka Kondo, (Friday) Hana

Yuichi Fujita's future activities

Reading aloud "Kotozute" 2nd reading aloud

Date and time September 17th (Sun) 14:30 Open, 15:00 Start fee 1500 yen (including one drink).
Place Sogo Art Teahouse Tea House (3 minutes walk from Yotsuya Sanchome Station on the Toei Marunouchi Line)

Ticket application etc. ozrss372@ybb.ne.jp (Ozaki)