「 Ashita no Nadja 」Dances, Nobles, and Love

As I'm not much of a fan of watching anime series on a weekly basis save for some shows, I usually find myself re-visiting or watching older anime series. It can be an anime from the previous season or the previous year or the previous decade. Even with all the improvements in the current animations … Continue reading 「 Ashita no Nadja 」Dances, Nobles, and Love

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Mei’s List | 2019 Anime Adaptation On My List

Around the end of 2018, I was overwhelmed when I realized how many anime adaptations of the series that I like are coming this 2019. They're all something that I immensely enjoy to read so I'm looking forward to see them moving and talking! Anyway, here's my list and my thoughts of them. (Oh, and … Continue reading Mei’s List | 2019 Anime Adaptation On My List

Tea Time with: Ameithyst

I got to experience having a collaboration for the first time with The Pantless Anime Blogger! Thank you so much for this opportunity!

I really had fun talking about one of the most enjoyable J-movie that I watched. It’s also amazing how patient TPAB is, too, because I’m really bad at replying to people’s texts or chats, you know. (It’s better when one talks to me in person I guess.) But TPAB never got angry or something. Or at least he didn’t tell me he’s calling off this collab so… I’m glad? Hahaha!

Anyway, it’s a memorable experience. I hope you guys will be able to check out Wood Job ~ Easy Life in Kamusari some time!

The Pantless Anime Blogger

It’s the end of the month, and it’s time for tea once again. For this month, I invited Ameithyst from Treasure Box for some tea. She talks about a lot of Japanese live action movies and series over at her blog. Since she’s knowledgeable on the topic, I figured I’d ask for her favorite movie. I have zero experience with anything live action, so I think this tea time collab is a good place to start as well. Ameithyst chose Wood Job – The Easy Life in Kamusari for her pick. It’s a 2014 movie about forestry, for the most part. Let’s read on.

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