Akihabara – First Trip to Animeland

Hello guys. Long time no see.  I haven’t been updating for quite a  while.

That’s because I went to Tokyo with my family (And therefore accumulated an enormous work backlog). Its so worth it though. Even if my bank account will be crying for a little while.

Of course, since I’m in Tokyo I visited the Holy land of Anime Otaku – Akihabara – if only for a few hours.I wish I could have stayed longer but we are on a tight schedule.

Still, even from my brief visit I think its a pretty nice place. But, then again, the whole district is filled with anime. What’s there not to love? ^^

Anyway this post is just a brief run down of things you guys might find interesting if you guys ever go there.


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Nagato Yuki-chan First Impression: The World You Wished For?

Sometimes its fun to pluck our characters from their familiar setting and see how they react in different situations. In this case how would the series differ if there is no God, Alien, Time Traveler and Esper in the setting? If the Haruhi cast were truly just ordinary high school students that they were pretending to be?

If you have ever wanted an answer to that question, you’re in luck, this is exactly what “The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan” is all about.

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Kemono no Souja Erin (Ep 1 – 7)

I dedicate this post to Flower for recommending this series to me.  If he haven’t stated that this series is supposed to be good, I wound’t even glance at it.  Anyway, I’m dividing my review into several arcs. I believe that this would be the best way to go with this considering how large the series is (50 episodes).

And this review in particular will focus on episode 1 to 7.

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Saki Fantasy Mahjong – Chapter 3

Saki Fantasy Mahjong

Chapter III

Misunderstood Skirmish

What did I do now?

Saki blinked as Haramura-san turned red and looked away.

The bookworm knew that a few of her thoughts were liable to cause an awkward pause if she blurted it out aloud. Her time in middle school gave plenty of evidence to that. But, she was pretty sure that complimenting the illusion that Haramura-san wove was not unusual. People praised other people when they did amazing stuff, right? They do, in the books she read. Continue reading


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As the title says this blog would probably contain walls of text on whatever topic I’m currently obsessing on. If you enjoy random rambling, over-analysis, thought exercises on things that would never happen – then you came to the right place!