Hai to Gensou no Grimgar

The story follows a group of people trying to live in this unique video game world. It’s never addressed as such, but the rules still apply. There’s just one twist: people can die, and the six individuals are now tasked to live their life here. They grow as a group and they learn to cope with the challenges of life including poverty, ridicule and even death. There is also another thing, they can’t remember their previous lives or how they arrived in this fantasy world.

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Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness

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Mandatory Happiness saw its western release earlier this week. A gripping and thought-provoking visual novel coinciding with the Psycho Pass series.

A lot of you may have already seen the collection of Psycho Pass quotes from a previous post and been left with a vague impression of the series. Though seemingly cryptic and philosophical, they accurately represent how mysterious and morally grey the events in the series are. If you haven’t already, I would highly recommend watching it. Continue reading


 Is anyone hyped for the third season? And here I thought we’d make it completely through the finals so the next instalment could completely focus on the national competition. But this is a sports anime! It needs to milk every step of the way up for its viewers’ agony. In my opinion, this season took everything good in  the first season and added drugs to it.

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My Experience Living in Japan – The Sun and its Dark Side.

The rest of this writing is unscripted. Just me lying in my bed and let my mind and hands do the work.

Last July-August, I had the opportunity to receive a 1-month internship in Hokkaido prefecture. And I wasted no time to learning the culture and many of Japan’s wonderful traditions, as well as its people. The below insights are composed from my Japanese boss, supervisor, coworkers, friends, hosts who I’ve stayed with, outsiders’ perspective like TANTEIKID94-kun, and my own opinions.

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