Emma: Hello! Can you hear the voice of the mountains, too?
Emma: I'm Emma. I come from a country full of mountains and nature!
Emma: There's not a lot of nature around here, but Japan has a lot of beautiful mountains.
Emma: And the school idols are all so adorable! Japan's such a wonderful country. Yeah.
Emma: Oh, that's right! Japan also has all these wonderful hot springs. My hometown also had a hot spring. It makes me nostalgic...
Emma: After we were done having a good, long soak in the hot springs, then we'd climb up to the top of the mountain and sing. We should all go to the hot spring sometime.
Emma: When I'm doing school idol activities, it makes me happy that the fun of singing is the same worldwide.
Emma: Nice to meet you! Let's both do our best!
The Water of Life (#459)
Emma: Thanks for coming to see us today. You're the best.
Emma: We're going with a zodiac motif this time. I'm an Aquarius, so I get a water jug! I even filled it up. Want a drink? Emma: The water where I come from is beautiful, so it makes me feel extra special to be an Aquarius. Japan also shares the image that it's full of beautiful water. Emma: We take water for granted. We don't think about it much, but there are places where it barely rains and every drop is precious. Emma: We should always be grateful we have clean, fresh water. Now c'mon, drink up! Emma: I know it's a zodiac-themed show, and maybe I don't have to be so obsessed with how to handle water, but... Emma: As an Aquarius school idol, I think having some gratitude towards the life-giving water will give off a great vibe! Emma: First up is our photo shoot. If you want, you can help me think up some good poses!
On Nights Like Tonight (#739)
Emma: Good evening. It's been so cold lately. You're not sick, are you?
Emma: I'm here to rehearse for our next show. When I heard we were gonna sing on Christmas night, I was thrilled.
Emma: But for some reason... I'm just not in a good mood today.
Emma: Actually, I think I know why... Seeing this beautiful starry sky and the town all lit up is making me miss my hometown.
Emma: Ha, ha, ha. It's not like me to be homesick, is it? I try so hard to be cheerful and carefree every day.
Emma: I wonder how my grandma and grandpa are doing...
Emma: Hmm? I should write them a letter?
Emma: Yeah... good idea! I shouldn't just sit around moping. Heh, heh, heh. I'll head back right away and get started on that letter!