Junpei Goto of JALJAL says, “I feel happy to be steadily accumulating age and RINGURI.”

Junpei Goto’s first face of his 38th year

Junpei Goto of the comedy duo JALJAL celebrated his 38th birthday on March 20, 2022. He updated his Instagram on March 21 and posted his first face of his 38th year.

Wearing round glasses, Junpei Goto turned to the camera with an indescribable expression that seemed to be smiling or worried. The unique atmosphere tickles us.

Junpei Goto’s post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CbVHq2NP6Pq/

He said, “I was able to celebrate my birthday peacefully this year. Thank you for all the messages. I feel happy that I am steadily accumulating age and RINGURI. I will continue to do my best to make everyone’s RINGURI RINGURI, and I hope you will continue to make this RINGURI RINGURI even more RINGURI RINGURI! Ringuri-ringuri! Ringu-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring-ring! Yagurisu!” It is interesting to see his comment tied in with JALJAL’s very popular script.

Who is JALJAL?

JARU JARU is a comedy duo consisting of Junpei Goto and Shusuke Fukutoku, formed in April 2003. In 2020, they were crowned King of the Contest champions. On their official YouTube channel, “JARU JARU TOWER,” they always post a story once a day, and have over 8,000 stories.

Encounter with his business partner, Shusuke Fukutoku

He and his partner Shusuke Fukutoku have been friends since high school rugby club. Not only are they good friends and funny, but they are also popular for their friendly competition and mutual improvement in order to master comedy.

JALJAL is also highly regarded overseas and has been involved in a wide range of activities, including appearing in “Japanese language teaching materials” for foreigners produced by seven U.S. and Japanese universities, including the University of Texas at Austin and New York University, in cooperation with the Japan Foundation and its creators.

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References:Instagram / YouTube

writer Nakajima