Tuesday, January 12, 2010

(Hotel 03) Deluxe Edition

Another fan favorite, Matsuko Deluxe was an editor for a gay magazine called the "Body" before he became a columnist and some sort of a television personality.

According to my unreliable resource, Deluxe does not dress as a woman outside of television appearances. It is a character he created for the show. Because of his size, all of the wardrobes are custom made by him. And he proudly claims that the clothing material he uses can cover a 25-meter swimming pool. Awesome.

Couple of other ideas for his nickname before he settled with "Deluxe" were:
Matsuko Royal
Matsuko International

Long live the Deluxe.

Again, thank you Alex for the coloring, fonts, and positioning.
Enjoy,


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Gaki No Tsukai - No Laughing Hotel Man

26 comments:

  1. another great sub thx... and i really thought Matsuko Deluxe at first lol~

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  2. thaanx shibata perfect as always

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  3. That was a really funny 10 minutes. Deluxe really out did himself from last year. I've actually heard of Masaki Mori before. So that was even a surprise for me! And I've never stepped foot in Japan. Thanks for the subs! Keep up the great work you two!

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  4. I lived in Tokyo in '72. "Sensei" was a MONSTER hit - Man, that song was everywhere... I still find myself humming it from time to time - Just to put Maskai Mori showing up in some kind of context.

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  5. It was amazing when the song's original singer appeared!!!! It certainly was a pretty famous song at seventies.

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  6. these parts are coming much faster than previous gaki's. i love you shibata

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  7. Love the rate these are coming out, thank you so much!

    Hilarious 10 minutes, and they're not even at the hotel yet.

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  8. grate job once again!

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  9. YOU'RE A FREAKIN LEGEND!!

    LONG LIVE SHIBATA!!!!

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  10. I'm waiting for a few more to come out before I start watching this, but I do appreciate the rate these are being released at, even if they did slow down tho I wouldn't complain... I can't speak Japanese (yet)... so I am grateful for whatever gets released and whenever.

    Like I said I haven't watched them yet but I'm sure they are up to your usual standards which are great!

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  11. Shibata,

    Part 11 of the Police game is missing from your You Tube account.

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  12. Shibata,

    Part 14 is missing too.

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  13. cracked up at hamada's reaction when he saw Masako Mori

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  14. thank you dude you're awesome!

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  15. thanks millions!!! <3 <3 <3
    when im feeling down..i watch these videos.. it cures me (^^)Y

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  16. OMG is the suspect dead? O_O

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  17. hamada and matsumoto 8:18 PRICELESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. I'm waiting for a few more to come out before I start watching this, but I do appreciate the rate these are being released at, even if they did slow down tho I wouldn't complain... I can't speak Japanese (yet)... so I am grateful for whatever gets released and whenever.

    Like I said I haven't watched them yet but I'm sure they are up to your usual standards which are great!

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  19. YOU'RE A FREAKIN LEGEND!!

    LONG LIVE SHIBATA!!!!

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  20. I lived in Tokyo in '72. "Sensei" was a MONSTER hit - Man, that song was everywhere... I still find myself humming it from time to time - Just to put Maskai Mori showing up in some kind of context.

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  21. thaanx shibata perfect as always

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  22. OMG Sensei!!!! hahahaha

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  23. “N” is derived from the Greek nu and the Semetic nun. In ancient Phoenician “nun” was the word for fish.“O” and capitol I make up the two basic forms of all letters in our modern alphabet. O is unique also in that its forms are basically the same between upper and lower-case letters see more. The letter descended from the the Semitic “ayin” which meant the word “eye” in Phoenician.

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