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Hiroshi Itsuki does not participate in “Red and White”, the record of consecutive appearances stops for 50 years | NHK Red and White Singing Contest | Epoch Times

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[Epoch Times October 18, 2021](The Epoch Times reporter Zeng Weixin compiled a report) The famous Japanese singer Hiroshi Gogi announced on the 17th during the final performance of the 50th anniversary concert that he will not participate in the event held at the end of this year. “The 72nd NHK Red and White Singing Contest (72nd NHK Red and White Singing Contest)”. For this reason, he has participated in the “NHK Red and White Singing Contest” for 50 consecutive years, and his record for the longest consecutive participation in the show will also stop in 50 years.

Hiroshi Gogi, who first appeared on the stage of the “NHK Red and White Singing Contest” in 1971, has participated in the “NHK Red and White Singing Contest” for 50 consecutive years. However, Hiroshi Gogi said in a concert held at Shin Kabukiza in Osaka on the 17th that he would not be able to participate in the “NHK Red and White Singing Contest” forever. After all, he will face this day, and he wants to reach the stage for 50 consecutive years. The joy of staying in my heart, and draw an end to this.

Before singing “Mountain River” in the “NHK Red and White Singing Contest” last year, Hiroshi Hisagi stated that he ushered in the day of participating in the show for 50 consecutive times with the support of everyone, which is a big dividing point for him. So he will sing songs with all his thoughts in his arms. According to Japanese media reports, Gogi decided to draw an end to participating in the “NHK Red and White Singing Contest” last year when it reached 50 consecutive participation shows with his lucky number “5” (50 years).

Editor in charge: Liu Yuhan

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