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Japanese Reacted on Russian Medvedeva’s Surprising Post Written in Japanese.

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His sudden Japanese language made his fans puzzled…

The bronze medal at the World Championships just three years ago is one of the most memorable medals of my career,” she said. It was the World Championships held in Japan, which figure skaters around the world love.

Evgenia Medvedeva, a Russian women’s figure skater, wrote on her Instagram page. Medvedeva, born in Moscow, Russia in 1999, father Armenian, mother Russian, started figure skating at the age of 3 and won two consecutive World Championships in 2016 and 2017. She reigned as the undefeated absolute queen, but ended up with a silver medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics as Alina Zagitova, who emerged like a comet, continued her rapid rise.

Medvedeva is also known for her love of Japanese anime and Ghibli movies. In particular, she is a big fan of “Sailor Moon,” and performed at Dream on Ice in 2016 in a Sailor Moon costume.

In this post, she wrote a message in Japanese to her Japanese fans, which both delighted and surprised them.

She posted the opening message along with a photo of her performance at the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships. Her black see-through outfit is so gorgeous. She is holding a bronze medal in her hand and has a very nice smile on her face.

In the midst of all this, Medvedeva recently made headlines when she posted a text on her Instagram that smacked of protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Medvedeva posted this black image using the Stories function on Instagram. On that black screen, she added the message, “Like a bad dream, I hope it all ends as soon as possible.

While Medvedeva was applauded for speaking out against the war in Russia, where speech is controlled, there were also those who feared for her safety. Against this backdrop, was the message posted in Japanese out of a desire to hold on to her relationship with her Japanese fans, even if only a little, or was it to improve Russia’s image as much as possible?

We can only speculate on her feelings, but we hope that peaceful days when she does not have to think about such things will soon return.

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