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Suddenly into edits

Recently, on my Instagram account, I just wanted to do something different. All I have been posting were plain, unfiltered pictures I got from various social websites. 149 more words

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Art Imitating Life: Anime Pilgrimages Around Japan (Part 1 of 3)


This three-part series about anime-based tourism is a collaborative effort between Artemis of Otaku Lounge and Buri-chan of San’in Monogatari. Artemis currently resides in Ehime Prefecture and since she likes to travel a lot, often discovers that she makes anime pilgrimages entirely by accident.
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Art Imitating Life: Anime Pilgrimages Around Japan (Part 1 of 3)

This three-part series about anime-based tourism is a collaborative effort between Artemis of Otaku Lounge and Buri-chan of San’in Monogatari. Artemis currently resides in Ehime Prefecture and since she likes to travel a lot, often discovers that she makes anime pilgrimages entirely by accident. 1,350 more words

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Episodic Anime Notes: Hyouka #5 & #6

Two for the price of one today because I wasted my whole day yesterday playing Cities: Skylines.

I didn’t love last episode mostly, but I did come around on it a bit in the end. 996 more words

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Episodic Anime Notes: Hyouka #4

We’re coming off of the first episode of the show to really click with me here, so consider my expectations a little bit higher. I really don’t expect a ton out of this, but I’m hoping to see a bit more of these characters just playing off of these characters because that’s by far the best part of this show. 580 more words

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Episodic Anime Notes: Hyouka #3

If you haven’t seen it yet, I posted my first impressions of Hyouka yesterday. They¬†can be found here!¬†Best read before going into this, but not totally necessary. 675 more words

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Hyouka: First Impressions(Episodes 1 & 2)

It’s kind of hard to put my exact impressions going into Hyouka into words. It’s easily one of the less talked about Kyo-Ani shows out there, it doesn’t have any kind of western release or even streaming platform, but it’s probably the most consistently praised piece of work in their lineup. 781 more words

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