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My Ballet Company

by Kiho Muroga
(Suginami, Tokyo, Japan)

When I was in Nagoya, my hometown, I was a member of the Reiko Matsuoka ballet company. The company used to go to Scotland, and they performed ballet there. Karina, who is now a model and an actress, was also a member of the company and she also went there. In Scotland, they also mix well with some companies in Scotland.

I heard from my teacher that she was asked to buy a classical castle in Edinburgh when she went there. When I heard that, I was very surprised. There are still many castles in Scotland. I think it is very fantastic. We can feel a medieval sense.

When I became a member of the ballet company, the company had stopped going there. Therefore I have never been to Scotland. I really want to go there and feel the medieval sense very much. I want to live in a castle in Edinburgh!!

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