Shigure Quotes

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Natsuki Takaya
“We have just witnessed a classic example of what I like to call 'misdirected rage'. I believe the technical term is being an ass.”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure: "Lemme guess; you lost your temper and yelled at her again, right? You know, you shouldn't do that if you're just going to regret it. Not too bright, now is it?"
Kyo: "Save your breath. I'm just not meant to get along with other people. Period. End of story."
Shigure: "Oh sure, some people just aren't. But you're not one of them. You lack experience, that's all. For example, I'm sure you could smash this table to bits with your bare hands. But I'm equally sure you could punch the table without breaking it. And why is that? Because I know your training has taught you to control your fists... at least I should hope so, after four months of fighting bears and-"
Kyo: "I didn't fight bears!"
Shigure: "My point is, it takes just as much training to get along with people. Only, training by yourself in the mountains won't do you any good. You need to surround yourself with others. As you get to know them, of course you take the chance that you'll end up hurting them, or they'll end up hurting you. One of those things might very well happen. That's the only way we learn... about others, and about ourselves. You're a black-belt in martial arts, but I'd guess you still a white-belt in social skills. Someday, you're going to meet someone that truly wants to be your friend, and you, theirs. But it if you don't keep training, you won't be ready when that happens."
Kyo: "It'll never happen, anyways!"
Shigure: "Uh-uh! Never say never."
Kyo: "Ok, fine. Maybe if I meet someone with brain-damage... or something."
Shigure: "That's the spirit!”
Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 1

Natsuki Takaya
“A novelist can’t be without a kimono and pen!(Shigure)”
Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 1

Natsuki Takaya
“Maybe I should call Aaya!(Shigure)
If you call him...(Yuki)
I'll make you eat that phone.(Kyou)

-Shigure-san,Yuki-san, Kyou-kun Shoma”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure Sohma: So anyway I was wondering if you could stop by the house and take a look at Tohru's cut. That is if it isn't a problem.

Hatori Sohma: No problem. I'll stop by the house this evening.

Shigure Sohma: Hmmm What's this Hatori I don't think I ever heard you sound so eager to come over. Could it be you have a secret crush on Tohru
[long silence from the other end of the phone]

Shigure Sohma: [shouts] I knew it You naughty naughty man you

Hatori Sohma: No I was simply too amazed by your stupidity to say anything.”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure: "That's lovely. She’s so... how shall I say it? By putting it into words I'm afraid the nobility of it all would only be obscured."
Yuki: "Of what?"
Shigure: "You know, she's so spunky!"
Kyo: "You sick bastard!”
Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 1

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure Sohma: Tohru's very cute in a sweet sort of way.

Hatori Sohma: For some reason when you say that it reeks of something illegal.”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure Sohma: singing High school girls high school girls all for me High school girls”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure: We have just
witnessed a classic example of what I like to call 'misdirected rage'.
I believe the technical term is being an ass.”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“OH KYO KUN! Isn't it said that eating pink noodles turns you into a horny pervert?!”
Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 8

Natsuki Takaya
“Tohru: Shigure is always smiling. But, I wonder if I gave him some problems with my request.
Yuki: The only ones who can truly understand what Shigure is thinking is Hatori and... a few other people. Someone has said this before. It is said that he is like a "tide..." A tide that carries you away when you get too close to it. The tide touches your feet... But when you reach down to touch it, it will have already departed. It is within your reach, yet you may never catch it...”
Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 3

Ema Tōyama
“Shigure: Hey get off me

Yukina: Why would I? I'm in the middle of tempting you”
Ema Toyama, わたしに××しなさい! 4 [Watashi ni xx Shinasai! 4]

Natsuki Takaya
“Shigure Sohma: [got Tohru a maid costume for White Day] I can't wait to for her to call me master while wearing this.

Hatsuharu Sohma: Just don't get arrested, okay?”
Natsuki Takaya

Natsuki Takaya
“Kyo: ...I can't help it. I'm...not made for interacting with people.

Shigure: People aren't born social. Sure it comes easier to some people...but most people, like you, need to work at it. Some more than others. You're just inexperienced. For example, as a martial artist, you have the strength to break the table with your first. But you also have the self-control to stop your fist right before it hits the table. You weren't born with that control, were you? You had to refine it. That's the result of fighting bears in the mountains.

Kyo: I DIDN'T FIGHT BEARS!

Shigure: You're missing my point. It's the same as interacting with people. But training for that isn't in the mountains--it has to be in town where people live. Mingling with people, hurting them, getting hurt by them...that's how you learn about others...and about yourself. If you don't, you'll never be able to care about anyone but yourself. You may be a black belt fighter, but you're still a white belt in dealing with people. For the sake of the girl who will one day tell you she loves you...don't run away, keep training.

Kyo: As if someone would ever tell me that.

Shigure: And if someone did, what would you do?

Kyo: I can't even imagine. I guess...I'd ask her if she was sane.”
Natsuki Takaya

“Shigure: *pokes Rit in the side* JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL! <3

Rit: *falls*”
Natuski Takaya

Shigureni is a variety of stewed meat where ginger has been added to the traditional soy sauce-and-sugar simmering sauce.
Thick, sweet and accented with ginger's uniquely spicy tang, there are layers of flavor to please the tongue!
Light yet thick, tangy yet sweet... all the various flavors patter across the tongue like a short afternoon drizzle- thus its name, shigure, which means "fall shower."

"It's a dish renowned for its exceptionally deep and compelling flavors."
"Ooh, you just know it's gonna be good. That's Takumi-chi for ya! He's a master of both Italian and Japanese cooking!"
Yuto Tsukuda, 食戟のソーマ 27 [Shokugeki no Souma 27]