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Himouto! Umaru-chan
Himouto! Umaru-chan
Dec 13, 2014 10:25 PM
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nope Nov 19, 2015 4:57 AM

[code] Hello, dear members! Thanks for joining us! ~(=^・ω・^)ノ The club started having interviews and we'd like you to join us! We have all kinds of activities going on in the club, starting with fun games, chat and ending up with serious discussions without having to deal with the forums restrictions! Our skype group is big too, we'd love to have you aboard! 良い一日を!
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Yup Mar 13, 2015 4:25 PM
okanagan Jan 31, 2015 11:11 AM
Hi. Tsutomu Mizushima, the director of Shirobako, sent out an
unusual tweet just ten hours ago. It looks strange, and I just
don't get what he is talking about. Here is the text of the tweet:


Here is the internet link to his actual tweet:

On that link, below the text of the tweet, several other people
have made comments. Perhaps that provides some clue.

ロロ (Roro) is the bear doll belong to Aoi.
ミムジー (Mimujii) is the girl doll with the eye patch.

It's the phrase おなかの月の輪を that I can't figure out. And
then for some reason Mimujii thinks it's cool. Why? Please
make a comment on the episode thread if you think it's
something that everybody would want to know about.
okanagan Dec 8, 2014 5:42 PM
Hi. This is a question based on 人生相談テレビアニメーション第13話. It is about おこめ券. I learned about おこめ券 by reading the Wikipedia article. However, I don't quite understand the concept.

According to Wikipedia: おこめ券は、全国米穀販売事業協同組合が発行している商品券のことである。おこめ券1枚(500円)で440円分の米が購入できる。「おこめ券取扱店」のステッカーが貼ってある店舗で購入、引き換えが可能。希望小売価格と引き換え価格との差額(1枚あたり60円)は発行費用とされている。おこめ券購入時の消費税は非課税。使用期限はない。

I don't understand the purpose of おこめ券. Here in Canada, if I want to buy rice, I go to the store and pay money and get rice. There is no need to first get a おこめ券 and bring it to the store.

Besides that, it seems strange to have to pay 500円 to get the おこめ券, but it only buys 440円 of rice.

Here is the 挿歌 from 人生 第13話 where one of the characters sang about おこめ券:

I did enjoy reading through your blog.
htsuji Nov 15, 2014 10:54 PM
To: okanagan.

I'm posting this message just to let you know I have read yours.
Shirobako is a wonderful show but currently I feel an acute pain when I watch a story about some deadlines...
I will reply you by the next Sunday (It is Sunday 3:50pm JST now and I guess I'm going to sleep for 12-14 hours from now.)
That's life. Do not feel bad or guilty because it was nothing to do with you or MyAnimeList at all. I'm just exhausted and in need of rest for a while.
okanagan Sep 30, 2014 12:25 AM
Hi! I am sorry to bother you, but I have a very specific question
about Episode 10 of the current anime series "Jinsei" (人生). In
fact, hardly anybody on MAL is watching it, let alone anime fans
who are native speakers of Japanese. In any case, here is my
question (which I also posted on the discussion thread).
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I can't recognize Japanese accents or dialects. But I am curious
about the way that Kimi-chan ( 山中君江 / the girl with thick
glasses and braided hair) was speaking so that the club members
had no idea what she was saying. She first appears at 04:53
when they are all sitting at the table in the school cafeteria. If
you know where Kimi-chan is from, please tell me. However, I
found out that her voice actress is Eri Nakao (中尾衣里). Eri was
born in the city of Kobe (神戸市) in Hyōgo Prefecture (兵庫県).
That is precisely in the Kansai region, where people speak with
the Osaka accent (関西弁/関西方言) and dialectical expressions.
Presumably, it would be offensive to have a voice actress play
a Kobe character unless she was actually from Kobe. Am I right?
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