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[S3-ep95]#169 ” movie Pom Poko ” What was reaction of ghosts who saw it?

Beginning of the video

Introducing the illustrations received from the viewers.

Main subject

A video that was shot and unreleased when Tsu-chan was still there before going to see the cherry blossoms.
I had them watch the movie “Heisei Tanuki Battle Pom Poko” that both adults and children can enjoy.

[What to use]
① Voice imitation doll
② Walking doll

* Minimize the depiction of moving dolls and the depiction of shadows and sounds.
* Viewer illustrations will not be posted from the perspective of writing and portrait rights.

Reaction

6:23「Thank you for the fun movie」
つーちゃん
つーちゃん
6:38「I used to see raccoon dogs a lot, but are they rare now?」
つーちゃん
つーちゃん
6:53「But it was a movie that made me feel warm」
つーちゃん
つーちゃん
7:04「I also understand why Miyamoto-san likes this movie」
つーちゃん
つーちゃん
7:12「Animals used to heal me a lot」
つーちゃん
つーちゃん
8:13「Pom Poko Was cute!」
せっちゃん
せっちゃん
8:29「Raccoon」
せっちゃん
せっちゃん
8:35「There was also a cool raccoon」
せっちゃん
せっちゃん
8:41「Sechan, I’ve played with Raccoon」
せっちゃん
せっちゃん
8:55「Everyone’s friends」
せっちゃん
せっちゃん

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” movie Pom Poko ” Related information

Pom Poko – Rotten Tomatoes

https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/pom_poko

movie Pom Poko wiki

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pom_Poko
Pom Poko (Japanese: 平成狸合戦ぽんぽこ, Hepburn: Heisei Tanuki Gassen Ponpoko, lit. “Heisei-era Raccoon Dog War Ponpoko”) is a 1994 Japanese animated fantasy film written and directed by Isao Takahata, animated by Studio Ghibli for Tokuma Shoten, Nippon Television Network and Hakuhodo, and distributed by Toho.

An environmental allegory, the story features tanuki, or Japanese raccoon dogs (incorrectly referred to as “raccoons” in the English dialog). In Japanese folklore, tanuki are considered to be magical creatures, capable of shape-shifting into people or other objects. They are a highly sociable, mischievous species, too fun-loving and fond of tasty treats to be a real threat – unlike kitsune (foxes) and other shape-shifters.

The phrase “Pom Poko” in the title refers to the sound of tanuki drumming their bellies, from a 1919 poem by Ujō Noguchi which became a popular children’s song when it was set to music in 1925.[2]

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