Since April 2012, the broadcast of Puri Puri Princess has been at "midnight Sunday", and from October 13th it will switch over to "8 pm Sunday." This broadcast marked the last late-night broadcast.
We were excited to receive the following topics in our letters from listeners section
・Fishing for carp using udon ・ Isn't "Zurukomi" a word that is known nationwide？ ("Zurukomi" is a slang word used in Chiba, which means "to interrupt")
from Kagawa prefecture and Chiba prefecture respectively.
Also, regarding the question of what we should call Momoko-hime's "Oneesan mode" that appears during the listener call corner... we received several suggestions.
Among the several suggestions we received included
"Candies mode" "NeeNee mode" (I believe NeeNee is how her brother refers to her) "Angel's Mischief" "Queen of zero sex appeal" "Early-morning practice of sumo beginners"
Those were some of the ones mentioned, but the one that Momoko-hime selected in the end was unexpectedly "Early-morning practice of sumo beginners."
From now on, when she enters her Oneesan mode when contacting men below her age through the telephone in the "Moshi Moshi Momochi" corner, make sure to catch out her "Early morning practice of sumo beginnners!"
And, due to circumstances regarding the recording schedule we had a short time to talk about it, but we were finally able to talk about Momochizakura-san (sumo wrestler)
Momoko-hime definitely wants to see Momochizakura-san's gallant figure with her own eyes.
From several years ago, "Let's go to Kokugikan!" was often mentioned, but it never got further than the "Yes" in response.
Momochizakura-san, go fight! The programme will cheer for Momochizakura-san.