On November 4th 2013, a live event called the “Japan Pop Culture Carnival in Matsudo 2013” (herein JPCC) was held at Mori no Hall 21, in Matsudo, Japan.
It has been announced that the popular Japanese light novel series, “Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei” will be made into an anime.
In this feature we'll be introducing you to Fukuoka's anime and cosplay scene, but the term "otaku" doesn't just apply to a single subculture, it's used to refer to "enthusiasts" of various genres.
While I travel around the world I reflect on Japan as a country and one thing that I’ve come to notice is Japan’s “diversity.”
It's autumn! And as the days grow shorter and the weather gets cooler it's the perfect time for staying up late in the cool night air. That's why today we're introducing novels and comics that are perfect for whiling away the long nights.
Good Smile Company released a chibi figurine of the character Shimakaze from the popular browser game "Kantai Collection" (also known as "Kankore").
Cosplayer #007 is popular around the world and manages the site Cure: Inui Tatsumi
The main feature of the Girls und Panzer support campaign is the stamp rally dotted around the terminal building.
The theater versions of “Beginnings” and “Eternal,” which played last year have officially announced their errestrial broadcasting plans.
This is the story of a killer who gets his target every time, and gets a laugh from everyone else.