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Tetsuya kuroku light blue
Akashi seijuuruo red
Aomine daiki dark blue
Midorima shintaro green
Kise ryota yellow
Taiga kagami dark red
Satsuki momoi pink
Riko aida brown coach (Aida Kagetora) father
Murasakibara Atsushi violet
Junpei hyuga=captain
Izuki shun
Mitobe rinnosuke hanamiya koganei Shingji
(Kiyoshi Teppei) (Himuro Tatsuya) (Harasawa Katsunori) (Izuki Shun) (Furihata) (Kasamatsu Yukio) (Haizaki) (Shirogane Kouzou) (214) (Ogiwara Shigehiro) http://berbagisesama123.blogspot.com/.../download-kuroko...Berbagi Sesama: Download Kuroko No Basuke Subtitle Bahasa Indonesia berbagisesama123.blogspot.com http://www.facebook.com/lists/769582206387467 http://www.facebook.com/lists/769582206387467 http://www.facebook.com/lists/769582206387467

Kyouwa totemo sabishii desu or kyou wa totemo kanashii desu! sabishii is lonely and kanashii is sad,

do itashimashite!! shusshin wa doko desu ka? =i said, ur welcome! and the other one is "where are you from?

watashi mo firipin kara kimashita..
= i said, i'm also from philippines.

ichi, ni, san, shi, go, roku, shichi, hachi, kyuu, juu. 20 is nijuu and 30 is sanjuu.

ki wo tsukete kudasai!!
=please take care

mata ne!-
=casual way of goodbye, just like "see you" "til next time" it's just like that!..haha!

Youkoso means
Welcome.

kerei no kawa= I believe she meant: beautiful and cute, to the image

yoroshiko ne= Perhaps "Nice to meet you"

"Happy Birthday" = Otanjoubi Omedetou or you could also say Tanjoubi Omedetou

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"Kimi Ga Yo" - Japan National Anthem Japanese & English lyrics
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