Its that time of year again when we make a trip down to Kagami’s hometown and visit the shrine where she works at to celebrate her birthday.
One of the great things about Junketsu no Maria is how much it examines the crappiness of people. There is so much facepalm to be had against the people in the story blatantly blurting out things that people nowadays still do but don’t say. This isn’t about the witch at all. Its about how ugly everything just is. Continue reading »
There are times when before an important event, you repeatedly get nightmares about an unsavory outcome. While its unexplained, everyone who’s lived long enough would have experienced it several times. Perhaps this is one of those things that remind us that much remains to be understood about our brain. In stories however, its a great plot point. Continue reading »
With the advent of my Facebook account, my blog has regressed into a state of neglect, so I intend to post more of my stuff now on this blog instead. Last weekend I attended Anime Japan 2015 which was held at Tokyo Big Sight. After a whole night of endless karaoke and otaku shenanigans, the first train was not to hard to take, so I arrived early for the queue. Continue reading »
I don’t often come to these themed cafes, primarily because they charge a lot for what I consider meagre excuses for served food and drinks. However since this one was a little harder to get in, and a nice friend invited me for an extra seat, I thought I’d take the chance and splurge a little. It actually wasn’t disappointing, fortunately.
It’s November 11th again, and its Azunyan’s birthday. I have never really posted to her birthday lately but this time it’s different. She is 18 years old this year, and officially a legal adult now. Don’t get me wrong, she is like a sister to me. (okay not quite) But her twintails are top class.
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.
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 »