November 25, 2010

:::Thanksgiving! Japanese Appreciation Time:::

Hi everyone! First I want to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

Even though in Japan they don't celebrate Thanksgiving, I'm using it as an excuse to celebrate all things Japanese! :D


What exactly is Otakulture? Let's review shall we?


(Compiled these anime into this picture myself =P)


Visual Novels,



Wacky Strapya-world Products,

Funny Japanese Commercials,

Sakura trees,



KM Moments,

Fuko Trances,


Manzai Routines,

Listening to J-Music,

Analyzing the Oricon Charts,

and MUCH more! This is what Otakulture is all about! There's so much to do whether you're an Otaku or even just a Japanese-fan! Whether it's looking up new anime or staying up late to read Visual Novels--everyone has their own unique way of appreciating everything Japanese! So be thankful today for all the wonderful things in your life! And hopefully Otakulture is one of those things! =P

That's all for today, thanks for reading! ^^,

K: サンクスギビング おめでとう!
R: Sankusugibingu Omedetou!
E: Happy Thanksgiving!

P.S. This KRE is based off American Culture. Remember--in Japan they don't have thanksgiving, so if you said this to someone who was Japanese they might not understand--but most people in Japan know American Culture so sometimes it's good to know =P

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This blog, "The Otaku Reviewers", was started in February of 2010 on this very same platform, Blogger. At first, it was a venture into the informational and informal world of comics, anime, video games, and Japanese culture. In other words, just a random blog.

Over time, the founder of the blog credited with the pseudonym "RPGhero" was joined by two fellow bloggers and friends with the names "Chansu" and "Deretsun". Together the three bloggers looked up interesting Japanese culture facts, recommended new anime, talked about their own "otaku" interests, and traveled across the United States to various anime conventions.

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