Sho Sakurai and Kazunari Ninomiya both choose good words. But the process to end up with the words are different.
Sakurai is a man of knowledge.
He learns with an effort to gain knowledge.
His brightness is supported by his amount of knowledge and memories. He has “drawer” of words, and each drawer is divided by partitions. When referring to one of the phenomena as words, he puts out a lot of candidates than other people. And he chooses the best words from within it.
Ninomiya is a man of sense.
He uses an opportune pauses, and selection of words.
This comes from his courage, breadth of his field of vision and his sense.
He newly interprets and alters words which everyone knows. He is good at making something
new from one thing. The reason he is a “tsukkomi" is probably because he can immediately describe what he sees with his eyes.
Junta Nakama often says, “My goal is the mix of Sakurai and Murakami.”
He can be, and I believe he can even exceed both of them.
I think so because his selection of words is in between Sakurai and Ninomiya.
And there is no reason that my favorite person would not become successful.