Enka singer Kitajima Saburo  found out that his toes were broken on November 20th.
According to officials, he fell down at home and was diagnosed with two months of complete cure at the hospital the next day. There are also inability to wear shoes and chronic cervical spondylotic myelopathy. It is difficult to walk alone, but there is no cancellation of work associated with injury. Currently, I work as much as I can while sitting.
On this day, Kitajima participated in the recording of the TV Tokyo-based large misoka music special program “The 52nd Annual Song of Japan” [broadcast on the 31st, 4pm] in Tokyo. Although he did not stand on the stage, he sent a hot ale from the audience to the performers.
Kitajima said, “I broke my toes and I can't stand and sing until I'm cured, but I'm doing my best. And comments. Along with the hosts, Hideyuki Nakayama, Keiko Takeshita, and Kazuo Tokumitsu, they watched the singing of the performers. "I looked back."
“Forget the Year-” is a year-end special music program for the station that broadcasts Japanese famous songs over 6 hours. More than 50 singers will appear, including Sayuri Ishikawa, Hiroshi Itsuki, Yuzo Kayama, Aya Shimazu, Takashi Hosokawa, Kiyoshi Maekawa, and Aki Yatsushiro.