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Why We Watch Anime, Part 3: Visual Art

Creativity + Visual Art While other nations have no lack of artists, it is Japan’s mix of creativity and visual art involved in the cel (celluloid) animation used for anime. While hard economic times and an improvement in technology have created … Continue reading

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Nurarihyon no Mago, ep. 10

If time truly permitted I’d relate from the beginning but, this is a transition to a new arc so it’s as good a place as any. Spoilers: show So Rikuo finally ascended to take over the Nura-gumi as “The Third” … Continue reading

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Nurarihyon no Mago

Theme: Friends & Family In actual Japanese mythology, Nurarihyon is a “youkai” (妖怪) believed to be an old man with a gourd-shaped head residing in Wakayama Prefecture. We might think of youkai as spirits, though “demons” is not really much … Continue reading

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