Sadly, only in Japan are McDonald’s putting on kaiju-sized specials, and the ads are coming out like trailers for a McDonald’s vs. Godzilla movie.
It all begs the question, “Can you learn Japanese by watching anime?” (and not using Duolingo). Well. It’ll be much more challenging, but they could complement one another.
Especially interesting for geeks, there’s a games section in time for Christmas. There isn’t a huge range yet, but there is the Jujutsu Kaisen The Cursed Spirit of The Abandoned School.
Is it a movie ticket? Right? Or a subscription? Or a pass?
Emo-klore is free to access and download tabletop roleplaying game. It’s been made by various members of the Japanese roleplaying games YouTube community and as a showcase.
A reminder of how strong Apple is in pop and geek culture.
Industry insiders are unable to contact any full-time staff from the studio.
Wow. This is a blast from the past. Are you old enough to remember Johnny Sokko and his Flying Robot? It was a kaiju import from Japan, with bad dubbing and people in low budget costumes. No? There’s a video at the end of this post to bring you up to speed and/or infect your […]
Broken Doll are a Japanese band. They mix the pop-punk we might once have associated with Blondie with the kawaii culture of Tokyo. The result? A Harajuku band. The band will be present at the London Comic Con (25th to 27th May) and through their relationship with Japan Underground will be shipping a limited number […]
American animation megagiant Disney have shocked Japan. Not only have they produced an anime feature; they’ve produced a moe anime feature and done it well. The advert for Tokyo Disney Resort is getting a good reception among geeks in Japan. I know. We’re all surprised.