Hiroyuki Nishimura, aka Hiroyuki, a businessman, appeared on Fuji Television’s “Kachihen” on May 5.
In a project to produce unsuccessful comedians, he asked a comedian who was a licensed real estate agent and administrative scrivener, “Wouldn’t it be better if you lived there? The comedian, who is qualified as a real estate agent and an administrative scrivener, was baffled by the comedian’s outburst.
In the program, the president of APA Hotel, a master of the commercial world, and others select unsuccessful comedians and make them “Kachi-hen” and make them get into the news.
One of the comedians, a male and female comedian named “Hana Ichigo,” appeared on the stage and began his presentation.
Komatsuzaki, who is a licensed real estate agent and administrative scrivener, said, “I am a scrivener as well as a comedian, and I think that everyone experiences inheritance at least once in their lives. I think everyone experiences inheritance at least once in their lives, but it is not well known by many people, so I thought I could somehow convey it to the world in an easy-to-understand way with the help of everyone. That’s what I’ve come here to tell you today,” he appealed desperately.
At this, Hiroyuki asked, “Mr. Komatsuzaki, do you also have a real estate license? Komatsuzaki replied, “Yes, I do. Komatsuzaki replied, “Yes, I do. But recently, there are lawyer comedians, doctor comedians, and tax accountant comedians, and I thought my qualifications were not good enough….
To this, Hiroyuki replied, “If you have both a real estate agent and an administrative scrivener, wouldn’t you be better off living there instead of being an unsuccessful comedian?” Komatsuzaki was momentarily at a loss. Komatsuzaki was at a loss for a moment, but then desperately countered, “No, no, I want to be a comedian! I want to be a comedian!
If a comedian doesn’t work out, he can make a living using his qualifications, which is good.