slient snow night.

11:40 pm, by thinkstory
ThanksGiving Day!! 
Nov 27th 2010

ThanksGiving Day!! Nov 27th 2010

01:23 am, by thinkstory


01:48 pm, by thinkstory
06:17 pm, by thinkstory
When i was attended in highschool.

When i was attended in highschool.

12:11 am, by thinkstory

Rainy day

하루 죙일 비가 내린다. 날씨도 많이 추워 졌고. 다시 겨울이 오는 구나. 겨울… Season is changing and everythings change too. but it is not different. Always same…. Always same. i thk that hoply people got such as this mind. i hoply so much.

12:10 am, by thinkstory


The trembling of the fishing rod when a fish the bait; 

that’s the reason why we fish.

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09:19 pm, by thinkstory




 Jun Seba (1974-2010) was aJapanese hip-hop music producerwho recorded under the name Nujabes (new-jah-behz; which is simply his real name ‘sebajun’ spelled backwards). His music is known for a strong cool jazzinfluence, frequently using samples from artists like Miles Davis andYusef Lateef.

He was also an owner of “tribe,” a record store in Shibuya, Tokyo, and led indie record label Hyde-Out Productions. He released two albums in Japan, Metaphorical Music in 2003 and Modal Soul in 2005. He was also a member of the production duo “Urbanforest”, anexperimental collaboration with Nao Tokui (appearing on the Lady Brown 12”).

In addition to Japanese artists like Shing02 and MINMI, he has collaborated with underground American hip-hop acts Cyne, Apani B-Fly, Five Deez, Substantial, Fat Jon and with British rapper Funky DL. 

He has also contributed music to the soundtrack of Samurai Champloo, an anime which blends a setting in feudal Japan with modern anachronisms, especially hip-hop music.

On March 17, 2010, it was announced on the Hyde-Out Productions website that Jun passed away on February 26, 2010 at the age of 36 after being involved in a serious car accident on the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway. He was promptly transported to the hospital, where attempts to revive him were unsuccessful. An English announcement was made on March 18 by friend and collaborator Shing02 on theEmpire22 website:

We deeply regret the loss of a unique talent and a close friend. Through his soulful music, Nujabes has touched so many people around the world, even beyond his dreams. He was a mysterious character to most as he avoided the public limelight, rarely conducted interviews, so only a few got to know the man behind the signature production.

09:01 pm, by thinkstory
the evolution of WCB

the evolution of WCB

10:24 am, by thinkstory