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“Mirai Bowl”: Split Personality Mayhem.

One thing I always loved was Momoiro’s variety in everything they release. “Kaito Shoujo”, “Pinky Jones”, “Coconuts”, and “Kimi to Sekai” have completely different sounds, each paired with equally unique PVs. Of all the up and coming idol groups, Momoiro Clover’s over-the-top antics, fresh faces, and disarming charisma has them …

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Parade: Review

It’s becoming extremely popular these days in packed, urban communities to have a group of students and young professionals share small apartments to save money, often times illegally.  Such is the situation in ‘Parade’, a film by Isao Yukisada, based on a novel by Shuichi Yoshida. A cramped, two-bedroom apartment …

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Release Calendar

Q1 2015: 01/07 – Aoyama Saint Hachamecha High School [Mechahai no Gyakushu ~Beyond the Darkness~] 01/07 – Doll Elements [Kimi ni Sakura Hirari to Mau] 01/07 – Nogizaka46 [Toumei na Iro (Album) ] 01/07 – Pla2me [Unit] 01/07 – YuiKaori [Neo Signalife] 01/14 – KOBerrieS [Omoide Yell] 01/14 – Q’ulle …

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Cyborg Maeda Atsuko Interests Me.

When word was out that Maeda Atsuko was going to have a significant role in an upcoming drama called ‘Q10’, I didn’t bat an eye.  It was probably bound to happen, with her consistent popularity. It wasn’t until I came across this picture that I started to pay attention: Yes, …

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Excuses, excuses

I’ve never been a huge portable gaming fan.  I have a scratch-less, shiny, and absolutely immaculate Nintendo DS Lite sitting on the desk, which hasn’t moved in months.  I only own about ten to fifteen DS games, and play them almost exclusively in my home. For a while I was …

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it's good to know they care

since the popularity boom in recent months it’s been near impossible to get a ticket to see akb theater shows, which is a tiny but humble venue in which members of akb48 perform shows daily.  visitors to japan from overseas have almost no shot at getting a ticket; people apply …

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Summer Wars: review

For the past decade, Hosoda Mamosu has proved himself to be a very capable director.  He debuted with a Digimon short film, ‘Digimon Adventure’, followed by a longer Digimon feature ‘Our War Game’.  I remember seeing both films in grade school and being captivated by their unique visual style.  I’ve …

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