Today I and Kagamin went off to her old stomping ground in Washinomiya. The trip was a little long mostly due to the fax that someone’s body decided to cause mayhem on the tracks and it took them an hour to clear it all up so the trains can run normally again without affecting the psychological health of any of the students commuting.
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Its that time of year again! Happy Birthday! Also, Happy Tanabata!
Near where I live in Nerima, there is a little river called Shakujii River. Since this place is fairly far away from the city, its actually quite a bit cooler and so the trees haven’t sprouted many leaves yet. I decided to have a little look at the blooming situation along this river of many bridges. Continue reading »
Today I and a couple of friends went down to Nakano to have a peek at the flowers blossoming. If you have been living under a rock, spring season is at its peak and the sakura season is well underway.
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Happy Birthday! Now that I live in Nerima, I am hoping to see more of you eventually, at Nagi’s place especially!
While few can understand or even take in the POWER that this student council holds, I understand it perfectly. The mind and the soul must become ONE before one can even expect to reasonably lay their eyes on the Honnouji Academy’s Student Council President. Continue reading »
One of the new stuff out of TV was Coppelion, and I found it amusing how this show can come out in the wake of the Fukushima disaster. Tragedy seems to be a common staple in anime these days, mixed mostly with bright and detailed backdrops. Personally I didn’t think very much of the show and the anime actually had a lot less soul to it than the manga. Continue reading »
So Jenova was an alien. Well, I guess its true in a way from the Japanese point of view…
The opening of this show looks like a sports drink commercial. Why did you do this to us Kyoto Animation? This seems to represent a new attempt at luring a demographic that’s completely alien to anime. As usual however, the stunning visuals and incredible graphics that have been hallmarks of Kyoani for the past decade haven’t gone elsewhere yet, and the show is actually surprisingly fun to watch. Continue reading »