Tag: japan

May 2021: The Golden Age

I have a new favorite harem anime, and oddly enough, my opinion has little to do with the female cast. The single greatest achievement of The Quintessential Quintuplets is having a male lead with self-respect. Yes, you’re reading that right. […]

Summer 2017 Travel Roundup

Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome: +++ Peace Park & Museums: +++ Itsukushima Shrine: + Hiroshima Castle: + Hiroshima Carp: + Hiroshima: ++ Okinawa War Memorials: ++ Churaumi Aquarium: ++ Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel Part I: Presage Flower: ++ Shuri Castle: + […]

Tokyo: Round 3

The first time I was in Tokyo, I had just arrived in Japan and quickly left for the countryside without having done much exploring. The second time I was in Tokyo, I went to some crappy, overpriced bars in Shinjuku […]

Japan, Here I Come!

I got accepted to the JET Program! It all started when I went blind a few years ago. I needed a hobby that didn’t involve seeing stuff, so I decided to learn Japanese through podcast lessons. Since listening comprehension is […]

Japan: Who Cares?

I like anime. Japan isn’t anime. Q.E.D. Like most people, I enjoy a good story. Anime has consistently delivered better stories than any other form of entertainment I’ve ever come across. That’s why I’m a fan. There’s nothing uniquely Japanese […]