RAINY DAY Season 2, episode 7.

[ *ETA: Clouds, rain bird has graciously provided brief English translation of Rain’s dialogue in this episode.  Thank you, rain bird, and the Rain Legend of Rainism blog for posting it. 🙂 ]

Asia broadcast 3/20.  And oh, Clouds, this is a TREAT because it takes us behind the scenes at the J.Tune Camp Japan official fan site opening show (12/6/2009).  Rain is backstage, and on stage rehearsing each song, stopping when something is wrong or doesn’t feel right, until everything is exactly the way he wants it to be.  And footage from the actual show is nicely interspersed with the behind-the-scenes stuff.  I like the way he politely greeted people in Japanese first.  (For a look at the true opening of the show, just go over to our Rain Extras page.  It’s the very first video.)

Clouds across the Internet have exclaimed how lucky Japanese fans are.  We certainly agree with that. — Stephe ^@@^

(Courtesy of ratoka.  Japanese subtitles only; brief English translation by rain bird. )

Good afternoon. I’ll appreciate your help and encouragement.

I’m trying to rehearse for checking the sound and my first appearance on stage.

I’ll sing ‘It’s Raining’ as I first come on stage.

I seem to be in no good voice. What do you think of this?

Let’s start again from the beginning.


Could you turn the sound up?

The acoustics are good for me.

Let me sing the next song.

I can’t go on like this because I have to dance from the start.

You can do what you like.

We can try it again.

I’d like to thank you all.

~ by Cloud USA on March 20, 2010.

One Response to “RAINY DAY Season 2, episode 7.”

  1. Wow–he did NOT like what he was hearing during rehearsal. Maybe he just couldn’t hear himself well enough to tune that voice…

    Does he kind of look feverish to anyone else? Of course, stage lights are really, REALLY hot, I know from experience…

    Everything sure did come together for the actual show, though (I saw the videos). Rain sounded and danced GREAT. So utterly awesome.

    Stephe ^@@^


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