Une modèle de mode japonaise ramasse un peu trop d'attention en allégant son héritage familiale de samurai

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Une modèle de mode japonaise ramasse un peu trop d'attention en allégant son héritage familiale de samurai

Message par Neosilver le Mer 27 Fév 2013 - 15:38

Si vous êtes un otaku de mode japonaise et être très connaisseur dans le domaine du look vestimentaire du japon, Vous connaissez peut-être la ''fashion modele'' Anri Takeda.



Si non, si vous êtes juste un otaku de la culture japonaise, son nom de famille vous sonne peut-être quelque chose!!

Dans une récent divulgation faite au média, la mannequin a affirmer être la 18th descendante du grand samurai historique Shingen Takeda. Pensant que ceci lui aurais fais un bon coup de popularité en dévoilant ceci, lui a plutot donner une claque dans la face et plutot a créé un retour de feu non désirer lorsque le monde sur le net et les média sociaux on commencer a jaser disant que le sang noble des takeka et le grand nom de ce samurai étais rendu bien bas. Surtout qu'il y a pas longtemps, Anri Takeda aurais apparue dans un magasine d'hostess de club de nuit.

Bref, avoir un nom de famille célèbre au japon signifie quelque chose dans lequel il faut être fière.... et surtout ne pas désordonner ou humilier leur ancêtre..... même de nos jours!!!

Vous savez, au japon, il y a un système bien élaborer pour retracer l'héritage familiale et ainsi faire notre arbre généalogique.... Si votre nom de famille étais moindrement quelqu'un... il est possible de le savoir!

Voici l'article en question.


You ever see Kagemusha? It's that terrific 1980 samurai flick Akira Kurosawa made. The movie centers around Shingen Takeda, an iconic feudal lord in Japanese history, and according to fashion model Anri Takeda, a relative. Takeda recently appeared in Koakuma Ageha, a magazine that focuses on nightclub hostess fashion and that has lent some of its fashion models to Sega's Yakuza
games. In the magazine, Anri Takeda (武田アンリ) claimed that she was the
18th descendant of Shingen Takeda (武田信玄). This was her claim to fame.
And now, infamy.
A photo of Anri dolled up in outrageous fashion with the blurb of her heritage soon went viral in Japan on February 21, getting retweeted over 18,000 times, with people left speechless. The DNA of Shingen Takeda lived on in a hostess!

Soon
after, the descendants of Shingen Takeda flat out denied that Anri was
related to the feudal lord. "There is zero basis for Anri Takeda to call
herself the 18th descendant of Shingen Takeda," they told website IT Media via email, going on to call what she did "a profane act."
In Japan, families can trace their heritage on their family registry, which is called a "koseki" (戸籍).
This is a very old system that was introduced in the 6th century. The
vast majority of Japanese were not samurai. They were peasants and didn't have
last names until the 19th century. But if people were of higher social
standing, like Shingen Takeda, they had last names. His descendants
would, then, have carried that name, which could be traced through their
koseki or family tree. This is why it would be a big
deal to claim to be a blood relative of someone like Shingen Takeda. It
would mean that your lineage is not one of a commoner. You are special.
Different. This is why the Japanese press made a big deal of Olympic
figure skater Nobunari Oda being directly related to Nobunaga Oda. It doesn't mean he's royalty per se, but he has a pedigree.
(Like Oda, Shingen Takeda appears in numerous video games, such as Samurai Warriors, Sengoku Basara, and Pokémon Conquest.)
After
being called out by Takeda's direct descendants, the model's talent
agency said it hadn't confirmed her koseki or family tree. Her agency
then told Model Press
that Anri said she was a relative on her father's side of the family,
but that she had never checked her koseki, and at this stage had zero
proof of blood relation. What's more, her real last name is "Suzuki."
Internet
sleuths on 2ch, Japan's largest forum, dug through the bowels of
cyberspace, noting that her blog posts showing food she cooked depicted
photos ripped from other blogs. IT Media reports that earlier tonight, Anri's blog was deleted. If she wanted fame, she got it.
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