Hey! Say! UMP’s Yamada, Nakajima and Chinen graduated at Horikoshi Gakuen

Posted: February 18, 2012 in Announcements, Links, News and Articles, Updates
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Yesterday, February 17, 2012, Hey! Say! JUMP’s Yamada Ryosuke, Chinen Yuri and Nakajima Yuto finally graduated!

Idol group Hey! Say! JUMP’s Yamada Ryosuke, Nakajima Yuto and Chinen Yuri attended the graduation ceremony of Horikoshi High School in Tokyo, and received their graduation certificates on the 17th. The three commented being happy about being able to graduate.

Yamada, who had received complains about disturbance during class and sent to the hallway during class reflected: “I finally understand the meaning of the words from teachers and parents.”

Chinen commented while looking back his time in school: “We were able to learn communication skills as well as all kinds of different knowledge”. Nakajima said: “Since I have this opportunity I want to say this” and expressed his gratitude to teachers and parents.

Hey! Say! JUMP starts their first Asia Tour in Hong Kong, March 24th. “I want to convey the feelings I can’t put into words with the performance”, Yamada promised.

(Sanspo News)

Members of the popular group, Hey! Say! JUMP, Yamada Ryosuke, Chinen Yuri and Nakajima Yuto graduated Horikoshi Gakuen in Tokyo on the 17th.

After the graduation ceremony the 3 attended a press conference. Yamada, who seemed to have his eyes watering were asked if he was crying, and he commented: “It’s eyedrops”, and smiled embarrassedly. “The teachers got mad at me many times. I often got involved when the person sitting in front of me was making noise, and sent to the hallway. It was hardest in the winter”, he confessed about mischievousness during school.

In comparison, Chinen said: “Once I become 4th in tests during a school year, I was really happy”, like an honor student. “It’s not very good to tell about such contrasting episodes”, Yamada commented with a wry smile.

Nakajima commented while reflecting the time of the close trio: “I was looking forward to eating onsen tama (slow-boiled eed) curry with Chinen at school. It was really good”. He smiled while having tears in his eyes.

(Yahoo! News)

Sotsugyou omedetou gozaimasu, boys~ 🙂

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