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Anime Stats
Days: 208.2
Mean Score: 4.38
  • Total Entries1,389
  • Rewatched16
  • Episodes12,572
Anime History Last Anime Updates
One Piece
One Piece
Sep 6, 1:45 PM
Watching 892/? · Scored 8
Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yuukaku-hen
Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yuukaku-hen
Feb 20, 12:11 AM
Completed 11/11 · Scored 3
Kidou Senkan Nadesico
Kidou Senkan Nadesico
Dec 16, 2021 5:15 PM
Watching 11/26 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 36.9
Mean Score: 4.98
  • Total Entries306
  • Reread0
  • Chapters6,605
  • Volumes533
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Sousou no Frieren
Sousou no Frieren
Jul 3, 12:26 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Blade of the Immortal
Blade of the Immortal
Apr 1, 11:08 PM
Reading 28/207 · Scored -
Apr 1, 11:08 PM
Reading 13/66 · Scored -

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Krohta Yesterday, 5:22 PM
Hey birthday twin, I enjoyed your Barakamon review, it's honestly one of my favorite slice-of-life animes. Do you have any recommendations for similar shows?
GonzoLewd Sep 24, 11:43 PM
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JiangHaoyi1979 Sep 22, 2:11 PM
not a bad "Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu" review.
An-tA Sep 13, 10:28 PM
I really appreciate the review you have written on Umibe no Onnanoko. Not everybody understands how genuine that manga is. A lot of people only get disgusted to see the nudes and that's all they judge. Thank you for giving your time to write down such a thoughtful review.
SSSTenshi Sep 11, 6:16 AM
Very surprised to see someone with a Daitoshokan character in their favourites! I usually get so much shit for liking that series.
justVictor45 Aug 24, 7:15 PM
"the massive scale of the cities behind the walls creates ample room for an animated (yet ever so bleak) world to exist."

"A rich setting it is, and with the scale of the world now extending far beyond the walls, there is almost limitless potential."

Cyberlord3 Aug 13, 12:02 AM
Ooh, I was not expecting a reply .. wow, made my day !!
Yes, I am going to continue immersing myself in Japanese media more and more. Currently, I am reading the light novel of Bunny girl senpai(5th vol) . I want to go ahead and actually start watching anime without subs, which was my initial goal. If you would be so kind, I have one question for you regarding this -
I believe I am at a level where I can comfortably understand most sentences with some pausing and googling for anime. However, this affects my enjoyment of the show, I really do not like to pause anime while watching. Would you say its still better to pause and understand deeply what is being shown, or just let it keep on playing without affecting your enjoyment?
Hayley_N_Haydet Aug 12, 7:59 PM
I see. I'm a bit embarrassed to say that I haven't gotten around to reading his Investigations or Tractatus, though they are on my reading list. (I find it interesting that the supposedly profound difference between these two works is apparently a manifestation of the radical change that the author underwent in WWI.)

I understand, thank you for the hint~
Cyberlord3 Aug 6, 8:39 AM
Hello, you most likely do not know me but I wanted to let you know how one day, one casual look on your profile changed my life completely.
I was randomly reading reviews one late night, and stumbled upon one of your reviews, and opened your profile, where I saw your post on how to learn Japanese. I thought, hey it would be cool if I could watch anime with subtitles, and started reading your post.
Immediately after reading it, went on realkana to hammer in hiragana and katakana. Then started doing WK for learning Kanji, while learning grammar through Genki and Youtube videos. After about an year, I started immersing myself by reading Web novels and LN. It was hard at first, sure, but I gradually got better.
I have been learning Japanese for 2 years now, and have read around 24 volumes so far in Japanese. Probably the first year of my Japanese learning was not very good, because I did not do any immersion(should have followed your guide closely), but I think I am at a good place now.
I am not sure if you'll read this/respond to this, and while I pretty much followed my own way to learn the language, I wanted you to know that it all started because of reading your post. So, thanks a lot !!
Hayley_N_Haydet Jul 30, 6:56 PM
I'm intrigued by your description of Nietzsche as an "entry-level philosopher". I'm curious to know the three philosophers that you hold in the highest esteem. Oh, and is there a way I can get the name of the game that you created?
TassistaRomano Jul 30, 4:20 PM
Many thanks for your elucidation, I'm pretty shocked to hear Muramasa is THAT difficult, but I'm all the more fascinated by this diversified nature of their complexity, which you kindly pointed out.
Would you then consider the ability of comfortably reading both works (inasmuch as, when it comes to VNs, in them respectively reside technical and informal language's heaviest manifestations) as indicative of an exceptionally all-round fluency in Japanese?
Shimaryn Jul 29, 10:09 AM
Hey, fellow nakama! I see you're watching One Piece, and currently you're on my favorite arc, Dressrosa! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. It's true that it has bad animation and pacing, but imo is great anyway. Have a great day!
Azureblazer Jul 29, 3:44 AM
Oh I see, I'm assuming it was also your first full time job? If so how'd you save up in such a short time? I thought entry level salaries only go to around 20万円 a month and that's excluding all the taxes and such.

Any tips on tailoring the CV especially in whether or not to use English or the standard generic Japanese one depending on the situation? I recently got an N1 and graduated from 専門学校 too but I'm still not really good with the 自己PR thing.

So it looks like I can only really go with the 3rd method (aka job hunting again) since A) I'm not a native English speaker and this is a dead end route anyway, B) I don't plan to stay short term since I need to spend some time in Japan for experience C) it's actually harder to get a job where I'm at since the workforce is oversaturated and requires almost unrealistic qualifications, not really a place where I can do what I want rn. From my experience Japan is in the exact opposite spectrum of this problem since they always need more staff and you can do other non IT office jobs that train you from the start, regardless of the degree. Now the hard part is to figure out which industry to get into that would suit me.
Azureblazer Jul 24, 12:17 PM
Did you do job hunting to get work in Japan as a student? I was wondering if you know anything about how they hire people/how to get hired from overseas as someone with actual work experience there.
Watanabexy Jul 23, 10:24 PM
I find your reviews very interesting, I see that you are very critical of most animes, curiously I have a score very close to yours, despite the fact that I like love live as you do, according to what I have seen with the reviews, I have seen that you can argue perfectly your opinion regarding the score you give to the series, I really find it encouraging to hear from people like you who can give their point of view without resorting to too many vague explanations but not being so superficial, I like the sincerity of your reviews .