Japanese comedian Tokui plans to emigrate and urges the duo partner also to go out of Japan on radio show

A Japanese comedian, Tokui said on a radio show of 8/9/2014 that he’s planning to emigrate from Japan around next April.

The candidate places are Hawaii, Australia, Singapore, and Dubai. His comedian duo “Tutorial” is still successful, but he suggested to start a new business of coordinator for other Japanese.

The actual reason of emigration wasn’t talked about, but Tokui urged his partner of the comedian duo, Fukuda to emigrate from Japan to somewhere as well.





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Le comédien japonais Tokui se prépare à émigrer et presse le partenaire de son duo de partir du Japon


Un comédien japonais, M. Tokui, a déclaré le 9 août 2014 au cours d’une émission de radio qu’il se prépare à quitter le Japon aux environs d’avril prochain.
Les endroits retenus sont Hawaï, l’Australie, Singapour et Dubaï. Son duo de scène, “Tutorial”, a toujours du succès mais il suggère de commencer un autre travail de coordinateur pour les autres japonais.
La raison réelle de son émigration n’a pas été débattue mais M. Tokui a pressé le comédien partenaire de son duo, M. Fukuda, de quitter le Japon lui aussi pour aller ailleurs.


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