Friday, April 21, 2017

Shadow Emperor - SSMM los Reyes Felipe VI y Letizia en la Cena de Gala ofrecida por SSMM Imperiales de Japón Akihito y Michiko.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Shadow Emperor Option KIRGISTAN Keiko Börjeson - Born in Tokyo 1947, Keiko McNamara Borjeson started playing the piano at the tender age of three. An impassioned prodigy, she had her first Japanese TV debut when she was five years old playing Beethoven’s Fur Elise. Her professional career in music began when she graduated as a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Piano at the Toho Gakuen University in Tokyo. She then pursued further studies, graduating in 1973 at the Siena Academia in Quigiana, Italy; and in 1976 at the Hurry Field School of Music in Los Angeles, USA; and in 1980 at the wayne State University in Michigan, USA. The legendary Kzuko Yasukawa (a relative of Keiko) was her mentor throughout the years. An artist of international acclaim, Keiko has been performing around the world since the eighties. She partly lives in Japan, the US, and Sweden and continues to tour around the world. in 1994, Keiko was honored with the distinctive title of Jazz Music Professor at the Shin-Yo University in China. Her transition from classical to jazz began when she moved toDetroit and met Jazz legends Carmen McRae, Sir Roland Hannah, Hank Jones and Mal Waldron. She has played with the Nippon Symphony Orchestra, performed for President Bush at the White House, and has shared the stage with the famed Danes Bo Stief and Alex Riel in Scandinavia and Swedes Sure Nordin and Peter. A jazz artist with classical roots, keiko has rendered a distinctive sound of innovation, contradiction, and academic precision that uniquely harmonizes with the touch of her fingers. She has five studio albums:”keiko 1-2-3″ recorded in 1991, “Keiko in Sweden” in 1997, “Millions of Roses” in 1999, “Jag Vet En Dejlig Rosa” in 2005, and her latest, “Not Alone” in 2007.

Human Trust Japan - Golden Lily - Human Trust (人類資金 Jinrui Shikin?) is a 2013 Japanese suspense film directed by Junji Sakamoto, starring Kōichi Satō, Mirai Moriyama, Alisa Mizuki, Shingo Katori, Yoo Ji-tae, Vincent Gallo, and Tatsuya Nakadai. It was filmed in Japan, Russia, Thailand, and the United States.[2] In 2014, Yuichi Mafune (Kōichi Satō), a confidence man, is hired by "M" (Shingo Katori) to steal 10 trillion yen from the M Fund and use it for humanitarian assistance to the Third World. Harold Marcus (Vincent Gallo), an investment banker, sends Osamu Endo (Yoo Ji-tae), an assassin, to stop them.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Princess Aiko - Shadow Emperor Option - No Nuclear Weapon projects, Nuclear latency is the condition of a country possessing the technology to quickly build nuclear weapons, without having actually yet done so.[1] Because such latent capability is not proscribed by the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, this is sometimes called the "Japan Option" (as a work-around to the treaty), as Japan is a clear case of a country with complete technical prowess to develop a nuclear weapon quickly,[2][3] or as it is sometimes called "being one screwdriver's turn" from the bomb, as Japan is considered to have the materials, expertise and technical capacity to make a nuclear bomb at will.