Your favourite virtue ::

Your favourite qualities in a man ::
Roughness (There is an exception too)

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::
Delicacy (There is an exception too)

Your favourite occupation ::
If the fulfillment of the life is obtained, it is anything.

Your idea of happiness ::
Fulfillment of life.....In other words it means that it is felt that one's ability is made use of in the life.

Your idea of misery ::
Take a haughty attitude.

If not yourself, who would you be ::
One person in many.

Where would you like to live ::
At least, place in which I can live without being exposed to danger of life even without precaution feeling.

Your favourite colour and flower ::
Black and blue gray.
Cherry blossoms

Your favourite prose authors ::
Ryunosuke Akutagawa

Your favourite poets ::
Chūya Nakahara

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::
Windom Earle (Villain in "Twin Peaks")

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
Jeanne (A movie "Last tango in paris")

Your favourite painters and composers ::
painters : Tsuguharu Fujita Seiji Tougou
composers : Erik Satie Ryuichi Sakamoto Burt Bacharach Antonio Calros Jobim etc.

Your favourite heroes in real life ::
Everyone, if the person is making an effort honestly.

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
Everyone, if the person is making an effort honestly.

What characters in history do you most dislike ::
I think that even a wicked person is inevitable and a necessary evil in the history.

Your favourite food and drink ::
food : Rice Spaghetti Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino
drink : Coffee

Your favourite names ::
To me as a Japanese, a name of people of the Latin zone sounds like exotic very much.

Your pet aversion ::
Anyone vanity

The reform which you most estimate ::
Psychedelically(Excluding the use of the drug when now comes. )

The gift of the nature which I would like to have ::
Clear air

How I would like to die ::
While, without a special thing, living a usual life

What is your present state of mind ::
Not high , not down.

For what fault have you most toleration ::

Your favourite motto ::
In Japanese "Minoruhodo koubeo tareru inahokana" It means "As for the ear of rice which grew well, the tip turns to a bottom with the heaviness." It is a Japanese metaphor, a proverb of a meaning that "a noble-minded person is modest".

30 septembre 2006

Takeshi Nakamura is musician, he actually lives in Tokyo

Website :: Takeshi Nakamura
Blog :: Takeshi Nakamura's diary

:: the questionnaire is based on the original "questionnaire of marcel proust", created by antoinette faure around 1890