Shizuoka Gastronomy on Manhole Covers!

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Yaizu City is the most famous Bonito/Katsuo fishing harbor city in Japan!

Japan is increasingly becoming known all over the world for its gastronomy and more recently for its unequaled manhole covers. Shizuoka prefecture is no exception when it comes to either, or even better, to a combination of the two!

Shizuoka Prefecture has a lot to offer when it comes to gastronomy and is certainly above all when it comes to variety, be it vegetables, fruit or meat when it comes to land and a bounty of seafood when it comes to sea!

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Yaizu City has no less than three different manhole covers depicting Katsuo/Bonito for the simple reason it is the most important fishing harbor in Japan as far as bonito is concerned!

Hirame/Soles or Flounders in Hamamatsu City!

But when it comes to seafood, Yaizu City is only a portion of it all!
Come to Hamamatsu City for example. They managed to make a pun out of their own manhole covers! In Sakana, an area in downtown Hamamatsu City they have no less than four covers representing fish because “sakana” written with a different kanji/Japanese character means “fish”!

“Tara” or Cod!

Another “Hirame”/sole or Flounder!

And “Maguro”/Tuna!

Shall we continue with seafood?
Hatsushima Island is one of the few islands administered by Shizuoka Prefecture. It can be easily reached by ferry boat from Atami City.
It is celebrated for its “Iseebi”/Spiny lobster and “Sazae”/Turbo shell!

Izu Inatori fishing harbor in south west Izu Peninsula is celebrated all over Japan for its “Kinmedai”/Splendid Alfonsino!

At the very tip of Izu Peninsula Minami Izu is also proud of its “Iseebi”?Spiny lobsters!

Heda, in North eastern Izu Peninsula, now part of Numazu City, is known for “Takahashigani”/Japanese Giant Crab, the largest crab in the World!

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And to conclude with seafoods one must visit Yui, Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City, known all over japan for its “Sakuarebi”/Cherry Shrimps. Actually there two more tiny covers depicting this little gastronomic treasure!

It is about time to switch to land products, and one cannot overlook green tea! Introduced to Shizuoka Prefecture more than 800 years ago, we are still the biggest producer in Japan. Interestingly enough, covers depicting tea are to be found only (that is, for the present!) in Kikugawa City with two different types, one of them representing the “Cha Musume”/Tea leaves handpicking girl/lady!

Shizuoka Prefecture is also renown for its strawberries and one can find them on covers in Nirayama, Izu City, also famous for World Heritage Hansharo and its beautiful views of Mount Fuji!

Hamamatsu City is not only famous for its fish, eels in particular, or oysters, but also for its oranges to be found in Mikkabi!

And we can conclude (that is, for the moment, as there must be others to come in the future, what with the booming tourism!) with a lesser known piece of gastronomy: back to the beginning of the 17th Century when Shogun Tokugawa Ieayasu retired to Sumpu (present Shizuoka City) he discovered “nasu”/egg plants exclusively grown in the Orito area (prensently Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City) and grew so fond of them that he awarded them the appellation of “Orito Nasu”/Orito eggplants. These are still grown there and are a rare vegetable searched by all sorts of renown chefs!
Can you see it at the bottom right of the manhole cover?

Good search and bon appetit!

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SHIMIZU S-PULSE vs JUBILO IWATA (March, 7th, 2018) LIVE COVERAGE!

Shimizu S-Pulse 1 Jubilo Iwata 0

Deserved win but hard earned for S-Puilse!
Great start for season!

Full Time: S-Pulse 1 Jubilo 0
4 minutes extra time.
89′ Corner for Jubilo.
88′ Free kick for S-Pulse. Jubilo living dangerously.
85′ Dangerous attack again by Jubilo ending over the bar!
81′ Corner for Jubilo. Good opportunity wasted by Jubilo! Duke substituted by Hasegawa!
80′ Presssure by Jubilo.
78′ Ssthird substitution for Jubilo.
77′ Daigo Takahashi for Jumpei Kusukami.
73′ Great save by Nishibe for S-Pulse!
72′ Corner kick for S-Pulse. Incoclusive. Free kick for Jubilo eneded in shot wide above bar.
66′ Free kick for Jubilo 22 meters away near touch line. Heading just over bar! Corner kick. Free kick in front of goal! Just over the bar!
63” Seiya Nakano for Adailton for Jubilo.
58′ Yuta TAKI for Kazuya Murata.
57′ Dangerous free kick for Jubilo four meters from box! Completely wasted away!
50′ Third yellow card for Jubilo!
49′ very dangerous cross by S-Pulse headed heading just over the bar!
48′ Another yellow card for Jubilo.
47′ Free kick for S-Pulse. 30 meters away from goal. GOAL! Superb heading by Chong TESE who had kept quiet all first half!
45′ Kick off by Jubilo.

A fairly balanced first half with some action but little finis. Let’s hope that the second half will fire up!
HALF TIME: S-Pulse 0 Jubilo 0
44′ Domination by Jubilo ended with a straight shot at Keeper. 1 minute extra time.
42′ Corner Kick for S-Pulse. Headed over bar!
32′ Great chance missed by S-Pulse due to acute angle! Corner kick for S-Pulse. Weak heading easily caught by Jubilo keeper.
28′ very dangerous cross by Jubilo but ends in weak heading.
26′ Dangerous free kick for S-Pulse which forces Nishibe to punch the ball away.
22′ Cornwr kick for S-Pulse. inconclusive.
17′ nice play by Murata on the right wing which almost created a good occasion for S-Pulse!
10′ Free kick for S^Pulse on fringe of box in the middle! Wasted!
6′ Yellow card against Jubilo.
5′ Corner kick for S-Pulse. Great pressure but inconclusive.
0′ Kick off by S-Pulse!
Kick off at 19:03

More changes than expected with first chance given to yong Kenta ITO in particular!

Team managers sharing a friendly chat!

Cheerleader doing her best in spite of the cold!

Pre-match practice!

SHIMIZU S-PULSE:
GK 1 Yohei NISHIBE
DF 2 Kohei SHIMIZU
DF 45 Makoto KAKUDA
DF 26 Hiroshi FUTAMI
DF 35 Kenta ITO
MF 24 Chikashi MASUDA
MF 7 Mitsunari MUSAKA
MF 11 Kazuya MURATA
MF 14 Jumpei KUSUKAMI
MF 9 Chong TESE
FW 19 Mitchell DUKE

Substitutes:
GK 43 Yuki UEKUSA
DF 4 FREIRE
DF 28 Yugo TATSUTA
MF 17 Yusuke KAWAI
MF 34 Yuta TAKI
FW 37 Daigo TAKAHASHI
FW 18 Yu HASEGAWA

Team Manager: Jan Anders Jonsson

IWATA YAMAHA JUBILO
GK 36 Ryuki MIURA
DF 4 Ryo SHINZATO
DF 24 Daiki OGAWA
DF 25 Takuma OMINAMI
DF 35 Shun MORISHITA
MF 8 MUSAEV
MF 9 Yoshiaki OTA
MF 11 Takuya MATSUURA
MF 14 MASAYA MATSUMOTO
MF 15 ADAILTON
MF 30 Rikiya UEHARA

Substitutes:
GK 31 Ko SHIMURA
DF 5 Nagisa SAKURAUCHI
DF 33 Yoshiaki FUJITA
MF 19 Hiroki YAMADA
MF 27 Daigo ARAKI
MF 38 Hiroki ITO
FW 16 Seiya NAKANO

Team Manager:

Referee: Koichiro FUKUSHIMA
Assistant Referee: Shuichi MAJIMA
Assistant Referee: Hideaki NAKANO
4th Official: Taku NISHIO

18:30

Shimizu S-Pulse is hosting Jubilo Iwata in an all-Shizuoka Derby for the first game of their Levain Cup Group B tonight!
After their great performance in the J1 League at Kobe last Saturday, we should some players rested and others offered their first game of the season!
Kick off at 19:03!

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-Wine: Palate To Pen, Warren Bobrow, Cellar Tours, Ancient Fire Wines Blog
-Beer: Another Pint, Please!, Beering In Good Mind: All about Craft Beer in Kansai by Nevitt Reagan!
ABRACADABREW, Magical Craftbeer from Japan
-Whisky: Nonjatta: All about whisky in Japan by Stefan Van Eycken
-Japanese Pottery to enjoy your favourite drinks: Yellin Yakimono Gallery

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SHIMIZU S-PULSE: vs KASHIMA ANTLERS (February, 25th, 2018) LIVE COVERAGE!

STATS

Shots: 9
Shots on target: 2
Possession:n42%
Fouls:21
Yellow cards: 1

Corners: 4
Definitely a better Shimizu S-Pulse, but they should have won the game.
At least a very encouraging satrt for the season!
FULL TIME Shimizu S-Pulse 0 Kashima Antlers

90′ Dangerous free kick for Kashima! 4 minutes extra time.
87′ Free header for Kashima straight to keeper!
82′ Very dangerous cross by Kashima!
80′ Corner kick for S-Pulse. Headed directly to Keeper!
79′ Dangerous free kick for S-PUlse.
7′ The game is getting a bit ragged and chances are barely aborted!
75′ Dangerous pressure by S-Pulse.
72′ Corner Kick for S-Pulse!
70′ Chong Tese for Kitagawa.
68′ Duke in for Ishige!
66′ Corner kick for Kashima. Lucky save for S-Pulse!
63′ Great chance on counter attack wasted by S-Pulse! Followed immediately with corner kick for Kashima!
60′ Two crosses going begging for S-Pulse!
58′ Corner kick for Kashima. Inconclusive.
57′ Corner kick for Kashima. Free kick for Kashima.
55′ Domination by Kashima ending in corner kick.
53′ Dangerous free kick for Kashima outside the box on the left! Well saved by S-Pulse defense!
51′ Yet another dangerous cross by S-Pulse followed by one from Kashima barely cleared into corner kick! Barely saved by defense!
48′ Another dangerous cross by S-Pulse!
47′ Dangerous cross by S-Pulse, heading past right post!
45′ Very dangerous free kick just outside the box! Poor execution, easily caught by Rokutan!
45′ Kick off by Kashima.

Shimizu S=pulse showed great improvement last year with some real fight against a top-flight team and should easily led the Half time. Let’s hope they continue so and do better in a an increasingly brutal game as proved by already 3 yellow cards.

HALF TIME: Shimizu S-Pulse 0 Kashima Antlers O

45+2′ Dangerous free-kick for Kashima! Cleared away!
2 minutes extra time
44′ Crislan yllow-carded!
42′ Crislan poorly misses the penalty kick!
41′ Great action by S-Pulse! Penalty kick!
38′ Yellow card against Kashima!
33′ Great persistence by S-Pulse but Crislan’s shot flies wide over bar!
27′ Over ambitious shot at goal by Kashima flying high over the bar!
25′ Dangerous action ending in corner for Kashima. Barely kept out!
22′ Yellow card against Kashima. Free kick 35 Meters in front! inconclusive!
20′ One more corner from the right.
19′ Dangerous attack by S-Pulse on the left wing. Corner.
17′ Dangerous attack by Kashima on the right wing. Corner kick. Safely caught by Rokutan!
16′ Great pressure by S-Pulse but ball rolls past right post!
13′ Great pass by Crislan but the shot is so poor that the keeper holds the ball safe in the basket!
12′ Crislan hits the right post after a great presssure! but the next kick too weak and wide!
8′ Gross mistake by S-Pulse keeper who almost give a goal on a plate! The blocked kick fortunately rolls past the right post!
4′ First shot at goal by Kashima flying wide over the bar!
0′ Kick off by Shimizu S-Pulse

Sunny and slightly chilly with a little wind! Mount Fuji in the mist!

Kick off in a few minutes at 13:01!

Quite a few changes in the team composition compared to last year!

Players entering for pre-match practice!

Cheerleaders ready to enter the arena!

SHIMIZU S-PULSE:
GK 13 Yuji ROKUTAN
DF 28 Yugo TATSUTA
DF HWANG Seok Ho
DF 4 FREIRE
DF 25 Ko MATSUBARA
MF 6 Ryo TAKEUCHI
MF 17 Yosuke KAWAI
MF 30 Shota KANEKO
MF 29 Hideki ISHIGE
MF 23 Koya KITAGAWA
FW 20 CRISLAN

Substitutes:
GK 1 Yohei NISHIBE
DF 45 Makoto KAKUDA
DF 26 Hiroshi FUTAMI
MF 24 Chikashi MASUDA
MF 14 Jumpei KUSUKAMI
FW 19 Mitchell DUKE
FW 9 CHONG Tese

Team Manager: Jan Anders Jonsson

KASHIMA ANTLERS
GK 1 KWON Sun Tae
DF 2 Atsuto UCHIDA
DF 5 Naomichi UEDA
DF 3 Gen SHOJI
DF 32 Koki ANZAI
MF 20 Kento MISAO
MF 4 LEO SILVA
MF 25 Yasushi ENDO
MF 30 Hiroki ABE
FW 9 Yuma SUZUKI
MF 10 Mu KANAZAKI

Substitutes:
GK 21 Hitoshi SOGAHATA
DF 39 Tomoya INUKAI
DF 16 Shuto YAMAMOTO
MF 40 Mitsuo OGASAWARA
MF 6 Ryota NAGAKI
MF 8 Shoma DOI
FW 7 PEDRO JUNIOR

Team Manager:
Go OIWA
Referee: JUmpei IIDA
Assistant Referee: Satoshi KARAKAMI
Assistant Referee: Koji MURAKAMI
4th Official: Atsushi KAMIMURA

12:00

Shimizu S-Pulse is hosting Kashima Antlers for the first game of the 2018 J1 League Season with a new Team Manager and a quite a few recruits. This year the expectations are high after last year’s near disaster being avoided on the very last day. We are certainly looking forward to an entertaining afternoon!
Kick off at 13:03!

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-Sake: Ichi For The Michi by Rebekah Wilson-Lye in Tokyo, Tokyo Through The Drinking Glass, Tokyo Foodcast, Urban Sake, Sake World
-Wine: Palate To Pen, Warren Bobrow, Cellar Tours, Ancient Fire Wines Blog
-Beer: Another Pint, Please!, Beering In Good Mind: All about Craft Beer in Kansai by Nevitt Reagan!
ABRACADABREW, Magical Craftbeer from Japan
-Whisky: Nonjatta: All about whisky in Japan by Stefan Van Eycken
-Japanese Pottery to enjoy your favourite drinks: Yellin Yakimono Gallery

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Shimizu S-Pulse 2018 Season New Team Announcement Meeting

Official Shimizu S-Pulse jerseys for 2018 season!

On January 12th the Shimizu S-Pulse 2018 Season New Team Announcement Meeting took place from 10 a.m. on the 4th floor of the Century Hotel in Shizuoka City!
This was a long-awaited meeting after the near escape 2107 and some needed soul-searching.

It must be said that the club men-in-charge of the club did not disappoint and decided to take the bull by the horns genuinely recognizing the past mistakes and resolutely looking forward.

The President, Vice President and General Manager candidly addressed all issues in a refreshingly positive manner auguring well for the future.

The main points presented by the President were:
-FINANCES:
2027 season budget was almost 34 billion yen and will upgraded to 38.5 billion yen in 2018, 40 billion yen in 2019 and 42 billion yen in 2020.
This is a budget well above the average in the J1 league with a sponsorship total coming 3rd in Japan, general earnings taking 5th place in Japan, sales reaching the 6th spot in japan and the wages taking 9th spot in a league accounting for 18 clubs.
These figures will be upgraded this year and i the next two years with a clearly defined target to aim at a spot in the upper half of the J1 League in 2018, at least better that 7th place in the J! League and best 4 in the Emperor’s Cup Levain Cup and finally aim at the very top in all competitions in 2020!
Shimizu S-Piulse aims at no less than becoming J1 League Champins within 5 years and ACL Champions within 7 years.
For this the budget will reach 45 billion yen by then, with more than 620 sponsors (compared to 500 in 2018)!

-TARGETS:
But the bigger changes to help reach these lofty goals is a marked change of staff and philosophy with the arrivals of Swedish Team manager, Jan Anders Jonsson and his head coach, Yoshiyuki Shinoda!

New Team Manager, Jan Anders Jonsson, who knows Japan well for having already played and coached there prudently avoided offering his own targets asking to fans to wait at least 3 weeks before he gets to know his players better,
Nevertheless he already informed anyone interested that his style will be hands on, focusing on communications and flexibility, taking a direct approach when needed but asking players to think more for themselves especially during training sessions to become more naturally adaptable on the field. He also insisted on team spirit and mutual reliance.

For this he will be ably helped by head coach, Yoshiyuki Shinoda, who in spite of his relatively youth has been a full time high level head coach for no less than 12 years!
This certainly promises high expectations from all the fans who will learn soon that things will be very different indeed!

Finally we were presented the new recruits (except for one who is still awaiting his working visa)*
MF Akihiro HYODO (Jersey No 15), a former Shimizu S-Pulse who has played at the highest level for the last 12 years.
MF Jumpei KUSUKAMI (Jersey No 14), who has played at the highest level for the last 7 years, including a stint in the Australian Top League.
DF HWANG SEOK HO (Jersey No 3), Korean International
GK Yosiaki ARAI (Jersey No 31), a top-class goalkeeper just out of university.
and five young players to nurture for the near future:
MF Yasufumi NISHIMURA (Jersey No 36) from Osaka
FW Daigo TAKAHASHI (Jersey No 37) from Kagoshima
FW Jin HIRATSUKA (Jersey No 33) from Gifu and Shimizu S-Pulse Youth Team
DF Kento ITO (Jersey No 35) from Aichi and Shimizu S-Pulse Youth Team
MF Yuta TAKI (Jersey No 34) from Mishima City in Shizuoka refecture and Shimizu S-Pulse Youth Team

Expect a few more interviews soon!

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Must-see tasting websites:

-Sake: Ichi For The Michi by Rebekah Wilson-Lye in Tokyo, Tokyo Through The Drinking Glass, Tokyo Foodcast, Urban Sake, Sake World
-Wine: Palate To Pen, Warren Bobrow, Cellar Tours, Ancient Fire Wines Blog
-Beer: Another Pint, Please!, Beering In Good Mind: All about Craft Beer in Kansai by Nevitt Reagan!
ABRACADABREW, Magical Craftbeer from Japan
-Whisky: Nonjatta: All about whisky in Japan by Stefan Van Eycken
-Japanese Pottery to enjoy your favourite drinks: Yellin Yakimono Gallery

Non gastronomy must-see sites by Shizuoka Residents

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SHIMIZU S-PULSE: vs ALBIREX NIIGATA (November, 26th, 2017) LIVE COVERAGE!

Shimzu S-Pulse 2 3 Albirex Niigata

(Omiya Ardija 0 0 Ventforet Kofu)
(Hiroshima Sanfrecce 2 1 FC Tokyo)

Once again terribly disappointing result for Shimizu S-Pulse which seems to auto flagellate themselves
After such a good first half they disappeared from the scene during the whole second half.
Ventforet Kofu drew so it will be a fight to the very last match!
S-Pule fans do not deserve that!

FULL TIME: Shimizu S-PUlse 2 3 Arbirex Niigata

S-Pulse being very clumsy.
90 +2′ TIAGO’s weak heading directly to Niigata keeper.
6 minutes additional time.
GOAL! RONY heads in cross!
TIAGO in CHONG TESE for Shimizu S-Pulse
Niigata dominating.
GOAL! Direct in!by KATO!
83′ Very dangerous free kick 22 meters from S-Pulse goal line!
82′ Another dangerous Niigata attack saved by Rokutan!
HORISONE of Niigata yellow carded.
HASEGAWA in for KAMATA for S-Pulse.
74′ Shot wide by NIigata.
Attendnce: 17071
Niigata dominating.
GOAL! RONY scoring for Niigata after S-Pulse lowered their guard!
67′ S-Pulse getting tired. Rokutan made to work to protect his goal.
KAMATA in for KITAGAWA for S-Pulse.
62′ Dangerous S-Pulse counterattack.
SAKAI replacing OGAWA for Niigata.
59′ Another chance wasted by S-Pulse with weak shot immediately followed by superb parade by Rokutan on resulting counter attack.
57′ Shot wide of goal by Niigata.
55′ Shot wide of goal by S-Pulse.
51′ Dangerous Niigata attack ended with shot into side netting!
45′ Kick off by Niigata.

HALF-TIME: Shimizu S-Pulse 2 0 Arbirex Niigata.
Shimizu S-Pulse clearly dominated the first half and merits to lead but it should have been at least double!
Let’s hope they will bank on that!
The best way is clearly attacking more a Niigata team where only RONY is proving really dangerous.

45+ 1′ FUTAMI conceding dangerous free kick just outside box and yellow carded on top of that! Cleared away!
2 minutes additional time.
44′ Free kick for Niigata 37 meters in front of goal. Wasted.
38′ Free kick for S-Pulse30 meters from goal. Heading straight to the keeper.
37′ Another opportunity for S-Pulse ending with weak shot wide of goal.
34′ Free kick for S-Pulse 22 meters from goal. Heading just past right post! Another golden opportunity missed by S-Pulse!
33′ Heading over the bar for S-Pulse.
32′ Another superb attack by S-Pulse which almost found MITCHELL DUKE! Corner kick. Inconclusive.
30′ Free kick for Niigata 35 meters from box. Incoclusive.
28′ GOAL! Great move started from the right to find KITAGAWA completely unmarked!
26′ Free kick for Niigata just outside right box corner! Barely cleared!
22′ Stupid yellow card for CHONG TESE!
17′ Dangerous Niigata counterattack barely cleared!
14′ GOAL! Matsubara cross finds KANEKO who fires in from close range!
12′ Corner kick for Niigata.14
Kazunari ONO replaced by Shun OBU for Niigata.
Early domination by S-Pulse but missing too much in front of goal!
8′ Another golden opportunity missed by S-Pulse which sees its shot cleared off by a defender!
7′ Great save by Rokutan!
5′ Corner kick for S-Pulse. Cleared away!
4′ Free kick for S-Pulse 30 meters away. Golden chance over the bar!
2′ First shot by S-Pulse. Straight to the keeper!
0′ Kick off by S-Pulse. Niigata who won the toss unusually chose the opposite half…

Kick off at 13:03!

12:00
Shimizu S-PUlse still beset with injuries: The newest injury caused KAWAI and MURATA to miss today’s game. On the other hand IIDA, KAKUDA and KAMATA are back from injuries and sitting on the bench with FREIRE and TIAGO SILVA having purged recent penalties.
S-Pulse still sticks to an old-fashioned 4-4-2 while Niigata concentrates on a heavy midfield with a 4-5-1 formation.

11:30


The teams are coming in!

SHIMIZU S-PULSE:
GK 13 Yuji ROKUTAN
DF 2 Kohei SHIMIZU
DF 3 Tomoya INUKAI
DF 26 Hiroshi FUTAMI
DF 25 Ko mATSUBARA
MF 24 Chikashi MASUDA
MF 20 Ryo TaKEUCHI
MF 30 Shota KANEKO
MF 19 MITCHELL DUKE
MF 23 Koya KITAGAWA
FW 9 CHONG TESE

Substitutes:
GK 1 Yohei NISHIBE
DF 45 Makoto KAKUDA
DF 5 Shoa KAMATA
MF 44 FREIRE
MF 27 Takahiro IIDA
FW 18 Yu HASEGAWA
FW 8 TIAGO ALVES

Head Coach: Shinji KOBAYASHI

ALBIREX NIIGATA
GK Koki OTANI
DF 8 Kei KOIZUMI
DF 50 Seitaro TOMISAWA
DF 2 Kazunari ONO
DF 27 Yuto HORIGOME
MF 6 Ryota ISOMURA
MF 13 Masaru KATO
MF 7 RONY
MF 40 Yoshizumi OGAWA
MF 9 Ryohei YAMAZAKI
MF 32 Atsushi KAWATA

Substitutes:
GK 21 Tatsuya MORITA
DF 19 Kisho YANO
DF 44 Shun OBU
MF 20 Go HAYAMA
MF 23 Noriyuki SAKAI
MF 30 ROMERO FRANK
FW 39 Takamitsu TOMIYAMA

Head Coach: Wagner LOPES

Referee: Yudai YAMAMOTO
Assistant Referee: Hideaki NISHIO
Assistant Referee: Yoshihito HAYASHI
4th Official: Masuya UEDA

11:00

Shimizu S-Pulse is hosting Albirex Niigata for a live or die game today at home at Nihondaira Stadium!
With two games left to play this season they absolutely need a win to day to keep off struggling fellows, Hiroshima Frecce (1 oint behind) and Ventforet Kofu (3 points behind)!
Game kick off at 13:00!

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Japanese Fish: Japanese~English Lexicon (amended October 2017)

I thought that such a lexicon would become handy both for English-speaking newcomers and long term residents!

I wrote the Japanese pronunciation first, the Chinese (Japanese kanji) characters and the English translations.

bear in mind that many fish have many names depending on the Japanese region. These are the common names.
If you have a question I will be glad to investigate!

A separate lexicon is being prepared for all other seafood!

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Traditional Japanese Fish Classification

Akami/赤身: red-fleshed fish (tuna, bonito, etc)
Amago/アマゴ: fresh water Red spotted masu trout, Satsukimasu salmon
Gyoran/魚卵: Fish roe (salmon roe, etc)
Hikarimono/光り物: “shining fish” (scabbard fis, etc.)
Nagamono/長もの: “long fish” (eels, etc.)
Saamon/サーモン: salmons
Shiromi/白身: white-fleshed fish (sole, etc.)

Fish varieties

Aburagarei/油鰈: a cheap variety of karei/鰈: righteye flounder, atheresthes evermanni Jordan and Starks
Aodai/青鯛: “blue snapper”, paracaesio caeruleus (Katayama)
Atorantikku saamon/アトランティックサーモン: Atlantic salmon
Ainame/鮎並、愛魚女: greenling
Akahata/赤羽太: an expensive variety of red grouper, epinephelus fasciatus
Aka isaki/赤伊佐木、赤伊佐幾、赤鶏魚/Red chicken grunt
Aka jinmiidai/赤仁羽鯛 (also called Sujiara/筋𩺊): Red-spotted rockcod, Blue spotted grouper
Akakamasu/赤梭魚、赤梭子魚、赤魳 (also called Honkamasu/本梭魚、本梭子魚、本魳): red barracuda, sphyraena pinguis Gunther
Aka kasago/赤笠子、赤瘡魚: rockfish, marbled rockfish, scorpionfish
Akamanbou/赤万包 (also called Mandai/万鯛): Opah,Moonfish
Aka mebaru/赤メバル: red Japanese sea perch-rockfish
Akamutsu/赤鱫、赤鯥 (also called Nodokuro/喉黒): rosy seabass, red gnomefish
Akou/茂魚,石茂魚 (also called kijihata/雉羽太): redspotted grouper
Akoudai/赤魚鯛: rose fish
Amadai/甘鯛: tilefish
Amenouo (Biwa masu)/岩魚, 鯇、天之魚(琵琶鱒): Biwa trout, Biwa salmon (fresh water), char
Aanago/穴子、海鰻: conger eel
Ankou/鮟鱇、鮟: frogfish, monkfish
Ara/𩺊: sawedged perch
Ayu/鮎、香魚: ayu, ayu fish (fresh water)
Bachimaguro/鉢鮪 ・撥鮪(also known as Mebachi/目鉢 。眼撥or as Mebachimaguro/目鉢鮪・眼撥鮪): big-eyed tuna
Bakemaguro/化け鮪(also called Koshinagamaguro/腰長鮪): longtail tuna, longtailed tuna, spot-side tuna (the smallest tuna in Japan)
Binchoumaguro/鬢長鮪 (also known as Binnaga/鬢長 and Tonbomaguro/蜻蛉鮪): Albacore
Binnaga/鬢長 (also known as Binchoumaguro/鬢長鮪 and Tonbomaguro/蜻蛉鮪): Albacore
Biwa masu (Amenouo)/ 琵琶鱒(岩魚, 鯇、天之魚): Biwa trout, Biwa salmon (fresh water), char
Bora/鯔: mullet
Bouzu Konnnyaku/坊主蒟蒻 (also called Chikodai/チコ鯛 or Chidai/血鯛, although misleading): Chunky fathead, cubiceps squmixeps
Budai/ブ鯛: white-spotted parrotfish, Japanese parrotfish
Buri/鰤: yellowtail/Japanese Amberjack
Chichibu/ちいぶ: Tridentiger obscurus (Temminck and Schlegel)
Chidai/血鯛: Crimson sea-bream,Porgy
Chouzame/蝶鮫、鱘: sturgeon
Dojyou/鰌:loach
Ebisudai/恵比寿鯛: Deepwater squirrelfish, Ebisu perch, Giant squirrelfish
Ebodai (also called Ibodai)/えぼ鯛(疣鯛): Japanese butterfish, Melon seed, Wart Perch 
Ei/鱏、鱝、鰩、海鷂魚: Ray. There are many kinds of ray available on the Japanese market. I have heard of at least 13 varieties: Akaei/Whip stingray, Japanese stingray, Hakutensibireei/Electric ray, Hirataei/ Urolophus aurantiacus Müller and Henle,1841, Hoshiei/Pitted stingray, Karasuei/ Pleroplatytrygon violacea (Bonaparte,1832), Madaratobiei/Eagle ray, Narutobiei/Longheaded Eagle Ray, Naru Eagle Ray,Onagaei/Bennett’s cowtail ray, shibireei/Electric ray, tsubakuroei/Japanese butterflyray, tsumarikasube/Okamejei schmidti (Ishiyama,1958), tobiei/Japanese Eagle Ray, Yamatoshibireei/Trapezoidal torpedo
Eso/狗母魚・鱛: lizardfish, snakefish
Etsu/斉魚、鱭魚: Grenadier anchovy
Fuedai/笛鯛: star snapper
Fugu/鰒、河豚: Globefish
Fuka/鱶: shark
Funa/鮒: crucian carp (fresh water)
Ginzake/銀鮭: coho salmon, silver salmon
Gomasaba/胡麻鯖: blue mackerel
Gori/ごり: floating goby
Gori/ごり:Japanese sculpin (also called ukkigori/うきごり)
Goten anago/御殿穴子: a cheap variety of Anago/穴子: conger eel, arisoma meeki (Jordan and Snyder)
Hagatsuo/歯鰹: striped bonito
Hamachi/はまち/Japanese name for a lighter colored flesh variety of buri/鰤/yellowtail
Hakkaku (also called Tokubire)/八角 (トクビレ): a variety of poacher, Podothecus sachi
Hamadai/浜鯛 (also called Onaga/尾長): flame snapper, longtailed red snapper, Onaga
Hamafuefukidai/浜笛吹鯛: a cheap variety of snapper, lethrinus nebulosus (Forsskal)
Hamo/鱧: pike eel
Hasu/鰣: Opsariichthys uncirostris (Temminck et Schlegel, 1846)
Hata/羽太: grouper, the expensive variety
Hata hata/鰰: a sandfish
Haze/蝦虎魚、鯊: goby
Hedai/平鯛: goldlined seabream-tarwhine-stumpnose
Higai/鰉: fat minnow
Higetara/髭鱈: snubnose brotula
Himedai/姫鯛: Crimson snapper,Sea-perch,Snapper
Hirame/平目、鮃、比目魚: sole, flatfish
Hiramasa/平政: yellowtail amberjack
Hirasaba/平鯖: chub mackerel, Pacific mackerel, blue mackerel
Hirasoudagatsuo/平宗田鰹: auxis, variety of bonito, bullet tuna
Hirasuzuki/平鱸: a variety of sea blackbass
Hokke/𩸽: Okhotsk atka mackerel, Arabesque greenling
Honkamasu/本梭魚、本梭子魚、本魳 (also called Akakamasu/赤梭魚、赤梭子魚、赤魳): red barracuda, sphyraena pinguis Gunther
Honmaguro/本鮪 (also called Kuromaguro/黒鮪): bluefin tuna
Hoshigarei/星鰈: “Star Turbot”,verasper variegatus (Temmink and Schlegel)
Houbou/方々: red gurnard, red robin
Ibodai (also called Ebodai)/ 疣鯛(えぼ鯛): Japanese butterfish, Melon seed, Wart Perch 
Ikanago/玉筋魚: Japanese sand lance
Inada/いなだ/ Japnese name for buri/鰤/yellowtail/Japanese amberjack when it is 40 cm long
Indomaguro印度鮪 (also known as Minamimaguro/南鮪): Southern Bluefin tuna
Irako anago/伊良子穴子: a cheap variety of Anago/穴子: conger eel, synaphobranchus kaupii Johnson
Isaza/魦・鱊・尓魚・𩶗/Biwa goby
Isaki/伊佐木、伊佐幾、鶏魚: chicken grunt
Ishidai/石鯛: striped beakfish, barred knifejaw
Ishigaki-Ishigakidai/石垣-石垣鯛: spotted knifejaw
Ishigarei/石喰霊: stone flounder
Ishimochi/石持: silver croaker, white croaker, silver jewfish
Iso kasago/磯笠子、磯瘡魚: a variety of rockfish
Iwana/岩魚、嘉魚、鮇: char, charr
Jyuzukakehaze/ジュズカケハゼ: Chestnut goby (also called gori/ごり)
Kaiwari/貝割: whitefin trevally
Kajikimaguro/梶木鮪・旗魚鮪 (also known as Makajiki/真梶木・真旗魚): spearfish (blue) marlin
Kagokakidai/駕籠担鯛: Stripey, Microcanthus strigatus (Cuvier)
Kamasu/魳、梭魚、梭子魚: barracuda
Kanpachi/間八、環八: greater amberjack, Japanese amberjack
Harargo/鮞・はららごthe traditional Japanese name for Ikura/イクラ (Russian origin)/salmon roe
Karasugarei/烏鰈: Greenland halibut, Mock halibut, Bastard halibut, Black halibut, Reinhardtius hippoglossoides (Walbaum)
Karei/鰈: righteye flounder
Kasago/笠子、瘡魚: False kelpfish, Marbled rockfish
Kasugo/春子鯛: young Madai/真鯛: Japanese seabream
Katsuo/鰹: bonito
Kawahagi/皮剥: filefish, leather jacket
Kibinago/黍女子、黍魚子、吉備女子、吉備奈仔: silver-stripe round herring,
Kibire/黄鰭: yellowback seabream
Kihadamaguro/黄肌鮪 (also known as Kiwada/キワダ(Tokyo, Wakayama), Gesunaga/ゲスナガ(Shizuoka), Mashipi/マシビ(Osaka, Kochi) and Kinhire/キンヒレ: yellowfin tuna
kijihata/雉羽太(also called Akou/茂魚,石茂魚): redspotted grouper
Kinki/金色魚: Thornhead, Idiot, Sebastolobus macrochir (Gunther)
Kinmedai/金目鯛: splendid alfonsino
Kintokidai/金時鯛: red bigeye
Kisu /鱚、鼠頭魚: sand boarer
Ko Aji/子鯵: very young horse mackerel (also called Mame aji/豆鯵)
Kochi/鯒、牛尾魚: flathead
Kohada (konoshiro)/小肌(鰶・鮗・鯯・鱅): dotted gizzard shad
Koi/鯉: carp (fresh water)
Konoshiro (kohada)/小肌(鰶・鮗・鯯・鱅): dotted gizzard shad
Korodai/胡蘆鯛: a cheap variety of snapper, diagramma pictum
Kose/コセ: A variety of Stripped jack, also called Shima aji/縞鯵!
Koshinagamaguro/腰長鮪 (also called Bakemaguro/化け鮪): longtail tuna, longtailed tuna, spot-side tuna (the smallest tuna in Japan)
Koshyo (Koshiodai)/胡椒鯛: crescent sweetlips
Kuchimidai/口美鯛 (also called Menada/目奈陀・目魚): haarder, redlip mullet, Liza haematocheila (Temminck and Schlegel)!
Other names I will have to add to the lexicon!
Kue/九絵、垢穢: longtooth grouper
Kurodai/黒鯛: Japanese black porgy
Kuromaguro/黒鮪(also called Honmaguro/本鮪): bluefin tuna
Kuro Mebaru/黒眼張、黒眼張魚、黒鮴/Black Japanese sea perch
Kuromutsu/黒鱫、黒鯥: Black gnomefish
Kuro shitabirame/黒舌平目: Black Sole
Kyuusen/九線・九仙 (also called Bera/ベラ): halichoeres poecilopterus (Temminck and Schlegel) a cheap variety of snapper in Eastern Japan, but an expensive one in Western Japan
Maaji/真鯵: Japanese jack mackerel
Ma anago/真穴子 (also called Maru anago/丸穴子): a cheap variety of Anago/穴子: conger eel, conger myriaster (Brevoort)
Madai/真鯛: Japanese seabream
Madara/真鱈: Pacific cod
Magarei/真鰈: flounder, yellow striped flounder, turbot, halibut
Maiwashi/真鰯: sardine
Makajiki/真梶木・真旗魚 (also known as Kajikimaguro/梶木鮪・旗魚鮪): spear fish (blue) marlin
Makubuu/マクブー (also called Shirokurabera/シロクラベラ): Okinawa Blackspot tuskfish, Choerodon shoenleinii (Valenciennes)
Mame aji/豆鯵: very young horse mackerel (also called Ko Aji/子鯵)
Managatsuo/真魚鰹: butterfish
Mandai/万鯛 (also called Akamanbou/赤万包): Opah,Moonfish
Numachichibu/ヌマチチブ: Japanese trident goby (also called gori/ごり)
Maruaji/丸鯵: “round horse mackerel”, decpterus akaadsi Abe
Maru anago/丸穴子 (also called Ma anago/真穴子): a cheap variety of Anago/穴子: conger eel, conger myriaster (Brevoort)
Marusoudagatsuo/丸宗田鰹: auxis, variety of bonito, frigate tuna
Masu/鱒: trout
Masunosake/鱒の介: king salmon, chinok salmon
Matoudai/的鯛、馬頭鯛: John dory, St Peter’s fish
Matsukawagarei/松川鰈: An expensive variety of Japanese Karei/鰈: righteye flounder, verasper moseri Jordan and Gilbert
Mebachi/目鉢・眼撥 (also known as Mebachimaguro/目鉢鮪・眼撥鮪or as Bachimaguro/鉢鮪・撥鮪): big-eyed tuna
Mebachimaguro/目鉢鮪 ・眼撥鮪(also known as Mebachi/目鉢 。眼撥or as Bachimaguro/鉢鮪・撥鮪): big-eyed tuna
Mebaru/眼張、眼張魚、鮴: Japanese sea perch, Japanese rock fish
Medai/目鯛: an expensive variety of Japanese snapper, hyperoglyphe japonica
Meichidai/目一鯛: an expensive variety of Japanese snapper, Gymnocranius griseus
Meitagarei/目板鰈: Frog-flounder, Finespotted flounder, Seriola quinqueradiata Temminck and Schlegel
Mejina/眼仁奈: largescale blackfish
Mejiro/目白: young Buri/鰤: yellowtail
Mekajiki/眼梶木・眼旗魚: swordfish, broadbill
Menada/目奈陀・目魚 (also called Kuchimidai/口美鯛): haarder, redlip mullet, Liza haematocheila (Temminck and Schlegel)!
Menuke/目抜: a Japanese variety of rock fish/sea perch, “flame fish”, sebastes flammeus (Jordan and Starks)
Minaimaguro/ 南鮪 (also known as Indomaguro印度鮪): Southern Bluefin tuna
Mizukamasu/水魳、水梭魚、水梭子魚: a variety of Japanese barracuda
Mojako/もじゃこ/ japanese name for buri/鰤/yellowtail/Japanese amberjack when it is still s fry
Mutsu/鱫、鯥: gnomefish
Namazu/鯰: catfish (fresh water)
Nanyoubudai/: blunt headed parrotfish, parrotfish, Chlorurus microrhinos (Bleeker)
Nishin/鯡・鰊: herring
Nodokuro/喉黒 (also called Akamutsu/赤鱫、赤鯥): Rosy seabass
Noresore/のれそれ: conger eel whiting
Oaka Aji/尾赤鯵:Red tail horse mackerel
Ohyou/大鮃: halibut
Okimebara/沖目張 (also called Usumebaru/薄目張): sebastes Thompson (Jordan and Hubbs): a variety of Japanese sea perch, Japanese rock fish
Okoze/虎魚、鰧: velvet fish
Onaga/尾長(also called Hamadai/浜鯛): flame snapper, longtailed red snapper, Onaga
Onigochi/鬼鯒、鬼牛尾魚/a variety of sand borer
Onikasago/鬼笠子、鬼瘡魚: Devil scorpion fish
Renkodai/連子鯛: Yellowback seabream
Saamon torauto/サーモントラウト: salmon trout
Sagoshi/サゴシ/Another name for Sawara/鰆/Japanese Spanish mackerel
Sake, Shake/鮭: salmon
Samegarei/鮫鰈: roughscale sole, clidoderma asperrimum (Temminck and schlegel)
Satsuki masu/皐月鱒: Red spotted masu trout, Satsukimasu salmon
Sakura masu/桜鱒: seema, cherry salmon, masu salmon
Same/鮫: shark
Sanma/秋刀魚、青串魚: mackerel pike
Sappa/鯥: Japanese shad/Japanese sardinella
Sawara/鰆: Japanese Spanish mackerel
Sayori/細魚、針魚: halfbeak
Sennendai:千年鯛: Emperor red sanpper
Shiira/鱪、鱰: mahi mahi, dolphinfish
Shimaaji/縞鯵・島鯵: striped jack, white trevally
Shimanagatsuo/縞鰹: Striped butter fish (not to be confused with Suma/縞鰹: a variety of bonito found in South Japan/same kanji characters!)
Shinko/シンコ: young Kohada (konoshiro)/小肌(鰶・鮗・鯯・鱅): dotted gizzard shad
Shirauo/白魚: white bait
Shirasu/白子(Namasirasu/生白子 if raw): sardine whiting
Shirokurabera/シロクラベラ (also called Makubuu/マクブー): Okinawa Blackspot tuskfish, Choerodon shoenleinii (Valenciennes)
Shiro mebaru/白眼張、白眼張魚、白鮴: white Japanese sea perch-rockfish
Shirosaba Fugu/白鯖河豚: a variety of globefish/puffer fish, lagocephalus wheeleri abe, tabeta and kitahama
Shishamo/柳葉魚: Shishamo (meaning willow leaf fish, a kind of Japanese smelt), Spirinchus lanceolatus
Soi or Kurosoi/曽以, 黒曽以: a variety of black rockfish, sebastes schlegeli, 1880
Sujiara/筋𩺊 (also called Aka jinmiidai/赤仁羽鯛): red-spotted rockcod, blue spotted grouper, plectropomus leoparadus(Lacepède,1802)
Suma/縞鰹: a variety of bonito found in South Japan. Not to be confused with Shimanagatsuo/縞鰹(same kanji characters!): striped butter fish
Suzuki/鱸: Japanese seabass, Japanese dace
Tachiuo/太刀魚、魛: scabbard fish, cutlass fish
Tai/鯛: Seabream (in Japan, it means the best variety!), red snapper
Taiseiyoumaguro/大西洋鮪: Atlantic (including Mediterranean) bluefin tuna
Takabe/鰖: Yellowstriped Butterfish
Tanago/鱮: Acheilognathus melanogaster Bleeker, 1860
Tara/鱈: cod
Tobiuo/飛魚: flying fish
Tonbomaguro/蜻蛉鮪(also known as Binchoumaguro/鬢長鮪 and Binnaga/鬢長): Albacore
Torafugu/虎河豚・虎鰒: globefish
Tsubodai/つぼ鯛: pentaceros japonicus Doderlein (seabream variety)
Ugui/鯎、石斑魚: a Japanese dace, fresh water minnow
Umazura/馬面 (also called Umazurahagi/馬面剥): black scraper, Filefish, Scraper, a large variety of filefish
Umazurahagi/馬面剥(also called Umazura/馬面): black scraper, Filefish, Scraper, a large variety of filefish
Unagi/鰻: eel (only cooked)
Urumeiwashi/うるめ鰯: round Herring
Usumebaru/薄目張 (also called Okimebara/沖目張): sebastes Thompson (Jordan and Hubbs): a variety of Japanese sea perch, Japanese rock fish
Utsubo/鱓: moray eel
Wakasagi/公魚、鰙、若鷺: pond melt, Japanese melt (fresh water
Wakasわかし/Japanese name for buri/鰤/yellowtail/Japanese amberjack when it is 20 cm long
Warasa/わらさ/Japanese name for a buri/鰤/yellowtail/Japanese amberjack when it is 60 cm long
Yagara/矢柄: trumpet fish. There are two varieties: Akayagara/赤矢柄/red trumpet fish and 青矢柄/blue trumpet fish
Yamame/山女魚: A Japanese variety trout
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RECOMMENDED RELATED WEBSITES

So Good Sushi Restaurant in Nice France
Navigating Nagoya by Paige, Shop with Intent by Debbie, BULA KANA in Fiji, Kraemer’s Culinary blog by Frank Kraemer in New York,Tokyo Food File by Robbie Swinnerton, Green Tea Club by Satoshi Nihonyanagi in Shizuoka!, Mind Some by Tina in Taiwan, Le Manger by Camille Oger (French), The Indian Tourist, Masala Herb by Helene Dsouza in Goa, India, Mummy I Can Cook! by Shu Han in London, Pie
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-Sake: Ichi For The Michi by Rebekah Wilson-Lye in Tokyo, Tokyo Through The Drinking Glass, Tokyo Foodcast, Urban Sake, Sake World
-Wine: Palate To Pen, Warren Bobrow, Cellar Tours, Ancient Fire Wines Blog
-Beer: Another Pint, Please!, Beering In Good Mind: All about Craft Beer in Kansai by Nevitt Reagan!
ABRACADABREW, Magical Craftbeer from Japan
-Whisky: Nonjatta: All about whisky in Japan by Stefan Van Eycken
-Japanese Pottery to enjoy your favourite drinks: Yellin Yakimono Gallery

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SHIMIZU S-PULSE: vs KAWASAKI FRONTALE (September, 16th, 2017)

Faithful Shimizu s-Pulse fans in the driving rain.

Shimizu S-Pulse were welcoming the the currently J1 League second-placed Kawasaki Frontale at Nihondaira Stadium in Shimizu Ku, Shizuoka City on Saturday, September 26th!

Kawasaki Frontale fans!

A tough game for a tired team having somehow come back with 3 points from Kofu last week-end and still missing first-choice players!

S-Pulse players’ entry into the stadium!

Pre-match practice!

Teams introduction!

TODAY’S SQUADS:

SHIMIZU S-PULSE:
GK 13 Yuji ROKUTAN
DF16 Taisuke MURAMATSU
DF 45 Makoto KAKUdA
DF 26 Hiroshi FUTAMI
DF 5 Shoma KAMATA
MF 7 Mitsunari MUSAKA
MF 20 Ryo TaKEUCHI
MF 19 MITCHELL DUKE
MF 10 Ryohei SHIRASAKI
MF 18 Yu HASEGAWA
FW 23 Koya KITAGAWA

Substitutes:
GK 21 Toru TAKAGIWA
DF 4 KANU
DF 44 FREIRE
MF 22 Takuma ADAMURA
MF 2 Kohei SHIMIZU
MF 11 Kazuya MURATA
FW 8 THIAGO ALVES

Head Coach: Shinji KOBAYASHI

KAWASAKI FRONTALE
GK 1 JUNG Sung Ryong
DF 10 ELSINHO
DF 3 Tatsuki NARA
DF 5 Shogo TANIGUCHI
DF 7 Shintaro KURUMAYA
MF 10 Ryota OSHIMA
MF 14 Kengo NAKAMURA
MF 19 Kentaro MORIYA
MF 16 Tastuya HASEGAWA
MF 41 Akihiro IENAGA
FW 11 Yu KOBAYASHI

Substitutes:
GK 30 Shota ARAI
DF 28 Ko ITAKURA
MF 6 Yusuke TASAKA
MF 21 EDUARDO NETO
MF 8 Hiroyuki ABE
FW 22 RHAYNER
FW 9 Takayuki MORIMOTO

Head Coach: Toru ONIKI

Referee: Futoshi NAKAMURA
Assistant Referee: Hironobu KIKAWADA
Assistant Referee: Yasuhito FUKUOKA
4th Official: Takeshi SUHARA

0′ Kick off by Kawasaki Frontale.
2′ Weak shot by S-Pulse wide of right post.
3′ Dangerous free kick for Frontale. Second free kick o same spot 30 meters in front of goal. Dangerous cross!Corner kick for Frontale. Inconclusive. Shot wide over bar.
8′ Frontale dangerously attacking on S-Pulse right flank.
9′ Frontale attacking S-Pulse left flank.
10′ Dangerous attack by S-Pulse following an excellent 1-2.
12′ S-Pulse living dangerously inside own box.
137 dangerous free kick right of box!
GOAL! Shimizu s-Pulse 0 Kawasaki Frontale 1
Very easy goal gifted to defender Taniguchi running and heading inside left post! Gifted on a plate!
14′ Free kick for S-Pulse outside the box. Wasted.
17′ Very dangerous counter attack by Frontale!
17′ Frontale’shot over the bar.
21′ yellow card against S-Pulse Musaka.
227 Scramble in front of Frontale goal.
25′ GOAL! Shimizu S-Pulse 0 Kawasaki Frontale 2
Once again S-Pulse is extended on its right flank ending with a great cross giving an easy goal to forward Kobayashi!
25′ S-Pulse completely dominated!
28′ S-Pulse’s flat-footed defense not able to raise tempo.
32′ Free kick for S-Pulse 28 meters right off the box.
Corner kick. Wasted. Frontale immediately dangerously counter-attacking followed by S-Pulse counter attack who obtain a corner kick. Inconclusive.
36′ S-Pulse left flank stretched again. Corner kick. Dangerous diving heading just over the bar!
39′ Another dangerous Frontale attack resulting in a corner kick.
40′ And another dangerous attack stretching S-Pulse’s right flank. Corner kick. Dangerously rollling past left post!
427 Fee kick for S-Pulse 30 meters right of box. Headed over the bar.
44′ Promisig S-Pulse attack aborted by off-side.
45′ Dangerous cross by S-Pulse palmed away by Frontale goalkeeper!
2 minutes extra time

HALF TIME Shimizu S-Pulse 0 KAWASAKI Frontale 2

First half time saw a Kawasaki Frontale team dominating collectively and tactically a flat-footed S-Pulse team running out of ideas in attack and leaving their flanks dangerously exposed to fast running opponents.
The 2-nil score unfortunately reflects the situation of the game.
Can S-Pulse reverse the sorry tendency in the second half?

Shimizu in for Muaramatsu at half time.
45′ Kick off by S-Pulse.
48′ S-Pulse playing backwards.
50′ Corner kick for S-Pulse. Inconclusive.
51′ S-Pulse7s slow and predictable making Frontale’s defense work easy.
57′ Corner kick for S-Pulse. Punched away.
60′ Scramble inside Frontale’s box. Lost chance!
62′ Very dangerous cross rolling in front of S-Pulse goal!
Musaka in for Edamura.
63′ Counter by Frontale barely saved by Keeper Rokutan’s leg!
dangerous heading floating over S-Pulse bar!
68′ very dangerous counter attack by Frontale barely repulsed into corner kick! Cross, heading saved by Rokutan. S-Pulse living dangerously again!
70′ S-Pulse7s kick deflected into corner kick. Punched away and cleared by Frontale’s defense resulting in dangerous counter attack.
Thiago Alves in for Hasegawa.
Frontale’s Abe in for Hasegawa.
Audience announced at 13385 in spite of the rain.
727 Silly free kick given away by S-Pulse forcing Rokutan into another fine save!
75′ Free kick for S-Pulse 30 meters from goal box’s left.
Great kick by Thiago Alves barely palms away by opposite goal keeper into corner kick. Inconclusive.
Kobayashi in for Morimoto for Frontale.
79′ GOAL! Shimizu S-Pulse 0 Kawasaki Frontale 3
Rapid counter attack by Frontale leaving Morimoto completely free to shoot at goal!
807 S-pulse’ s dangerous cross. Inconclusive.
83′ S-Pulse’s Mitchell Duke slices difficult chance.
83′ S-Pulse throwing their last efforts to save their honor.
Rhayner in for Ienaga for Frontale.
90′ Shot by S-Pulse saved at last second!
4 minutes extra time.
90 + 27 Very dangerous cross by Frontale again extending S-Pulse defense!

FULL TIME: Shimizu S-Pulse 0 Kawasaki Frontale 3

Logic victory for Kawasaki Frontale who completely dominated S-Pulse collectively, individually, technically and strategically.
S-Pulse were flat-footed and without any juice in front of one of the J1 leaders chasing shadows all evening.
They will have to regroup quickly as the battle for staying in the top division of J League still has a long way to go in spite of their 7-point cushion above the red zone!

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