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Takayuki Tsubaki Apologizes To His Fans And Friends.

Kamen Rider Blade star Takayuji Tsubaki has just posted in his blog apologizes to all his fans and acquaintances about his condition after the recent incident that happened.

Here is the translation of his blog post:

"First of all, I want to say sorry and apologize to all the fans and acquaintances that supported and was concerned about me for the trouble that occurred recently. I hope that work in Kamen Rider Blade may reach and inspire people. 

Kamen Rider EX-Aid is currently airing and he is an excellent doctor who will take care of me. I will watch it while i'm recovering. Thank you very much. I will fight destiny and i will win!"

He also uploaded an image of his hand doing a peace sign letting fans know that he is in good condition now.

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10 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Just like the Japanese. Apologize for someone hitting them in the face with a golf club.

  2. Unknown Says:

    This is amazing. Long live Blade!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Apologizing for getting attacked.. Japanese people are weird.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Dude it's way more better than to react emotionally after experiencing that kind of accident.

  5. Well, the Japanese are always weird. But their manners are their top priorities.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    He's apologizing for making his fans and friends worry... Not for being attacked. Nothing weird about that.

  7. I think japanese fan are the worst kind of fan, I'm really apologis for getting attack?

    That messe up.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Well, while it is a bit weird, it might be also out of courtesy for them to apologize for making his fans and friends worried. =) - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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