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Marika Suzuki The reason why Kesennuma’s local idol

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Are you worried about working locally? I don’t live in the city, I live in the countryside now, but what should I do?

 

I will answer this question.

 

The answer is local!

 

Marika Suzuki The reason why Kesennuma’s local idol works locally is for the reconstruction of the disaster area

 

Marika Suzuki, who shows us a real way of life in her hometown. Let’s take a closer look at Marika Suzuki, who is searching for her own way of life.

This article is about Marika Suzuki, who decided to continue working in her hometown, who lives in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, and how her dream of becoming a local idol came true.

 

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Biography of local idol Marika Suzuki

Marika Suzuki (24) joined a local idol group in her first year of junior high school.

In order to put all her effort into her local idol activities, she chose to find a job locally instead of going to university.

However, other members quit one after another to go on to college.
Now, what will Marika Suzuki do…?

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What is the Z generation of the local idol Marika Suzuki?

The etymology and origin of the Z generation came from the United States. It is a term that refers to generational classification.

 

It spread from America’s “Generation Z”, and from there it spread in Japan with the term Z generation. It’s read as “Zet generation”.

Although age is not clearly defined, it is common to refer to the generation born between the mid-1990s and the 2010s. (Actual age often refers to the younger generation under the age of 25 as of 2021)

Characteristics of Marika Suzuki’s Generation Z

(1) Significant distance away from mass media. Generation Z, where information gathering in the Internet environment is commonplace.

(2) They tend to have a high interest in social issues.

(3) There is not much commitment to the brand.

Differences between Generation Z and Millennials

<What is the millennial generation? >
It is often defined as the generation born between 1980 and 1995, and generally refers to the generation between the ages of 25 and 40.

This generation is said to be a generation with high IT literacy because they grew up in an “era of advanced IT and digitalization” and grew up in contact with changes in the Internet environment and services.

 

Perhaps the biggest difference is the environment in which they were raised. Generation Z grew up during a recession and many of them grew up under economic pressure.

Since the millennial generation had a booming economy, it seems that differences in the environment in which they were raised will affect the way they invest in shopping and the factors they look for in products.

In addition, it is said that Generation Z “tends to refrain from saving, saving, and spending,” and that they tend to focus on “how affordable it is” when it comes to their willingness to shop.

Millennials, on the other hand, tend to be more interested in the purchase itself, which is thought to be influenced by the economic conditions in which they grew up.

 

What’s Next for Generation Z?

Generation Z is called Generation Alpha.Known as “children of the millennial generation,” it generally refers to the generation born after the 2010s.Generation Z is Z, which is the last Latin letter, and there is no next.For this reason, the first Greek letter, α (alpha), was adopted, and the generation name was devised with the image of the beginning of a new era.

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Marika Suzuki joins a local idol group

 

“♪ Hoya Hoya Hoya Boya” “♪ Minna Daisuki Kesennuma” — videos released by Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture

“Let’s dance with Hoyaboya!”

Ms. Marika Suzuki from the city’s tourism department will perform a lively dance to the song with the tourist character “Hoya Boya.”

Since the year the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred, she has belonged to Kesennuma’s local idol “SCK Girls”, and last spring she became a fixed-term employee.

Like that big leaguer Otani, he will liven up the city with civil servants and “two swords”.

“Through my idol activities, I was encouraged by many people.”

I want to show everyone the restored Kesennuma.”

 

She is from her hometown and was in the first year of junior high school when the earthquake struck.

“I am blessed,” she said. In November 2011, when she was feeling guilty, she was unexpectedly invited by her senior to do volunteer work.

 

When she opened the door of the meeting place, about 10 girls jumped into her eyes.

She was a newly born member of SCK dancing the idol group AKB48’s “Heavy Rotation”.

SCK stands for “production area”, “direct delivery” and “Kesennuma”.

Citizen volunteers who are involved in musical activities plan this event so that girls who have lost their joy in the disaster can shine.

Members gathered in response to the call, and a total of 32 people have participated so far while repeating replacements.

Currently, there are 7 students aged 13-24. Mr. Suzuki, who had no interest in being an idol until he joined.

He says, “I’m not good at singing, dancing, and talking.” Standing position on the stage is always behind the younger members.

 

I couldn’t even hold the mic. He grew frustrated and worked hard at his lessons. Listen to tips on how to improve while on the move, and study songs by popular groups. The representative of SCK, Takeru Sato (43), said, “I’m the worst member of the group when it comes to giving up.”

After graduating from high school, he continued his activities even after temporarily working for a private company, and eventually became a leader of the team.

At the event in the disaster area, I was impressed by the adults who passionately talked about the revitalization of the city.

There is no trace of tragedy. “It’s okay to talk honestly about your dreams.” I raised my hand to be a fixed-term employee because I wanted to be involved in community development.

summary

SCK activities are not possible due to the new coronavirus.

As a staff member, I am worried about tourism promotion, but when it comes to event management and video editing,

Utilizing the know-how cultivated through idol activities.

“♪ Resonate! I’ll shout out the words of thanks.”

It’s a phrase I’ve sung many times on stage.

“I want to express my unfulfilled gratitude.” He devotes himself to public affairs with her feelings in mind.

It was a decision and a dream come true for Generation Z, who chose their hometown as their place of activity.

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