[Otome Game Review] Ken ga Kimi Momoyo Tsudzuri

April 24, 2017 at 4:18 am | Posted in Games | 3 Comments
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I was warned about playing the Ken ga Kimi games back to back but it’s just so good I wanted more ?? So I jumped in and played Momoyo Tsudzuri right after I played the first game ww

This is a very short thoughts review of the Ken ga Kimi FD ・´∀`・)

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Spring 2017: Fushimi Inari Taisha, Nishihonganji, Nijou Castle, Osaka Castle

April 23, 2017 at 2:52 pm | Posted in Travel | 4 Comments

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Continuing from the previous post, we then went on a side trip to Kyoto!

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Spring 2017: Universal Studios Japan

April 22, 2017 at 10:39 pm | Posted in Travel | 3 Comments

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If you’re a Harry Potter fan and you’re visiting Osaka, ofc you have to spend at least a day in Universal Studios Japan! It wasn’t too crowded when we went so we were able to try most of the rides, even though we didn’t have any express pass >w<

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Spring 2017: Nara and Osaka Mint

April 22, 2017 at 5:54 pm | Posted in Travel | 5 Comments

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So in mid-April, we went on a short trip to Osaka, Kyoto, and Nara. Luckily, the sakura bloomed late this year, so we were still able to catch some in bloom during the trip.

First stop is Nara. Going here wasn’t originally part of the itinerary but I decided that we go because I wanted to see the Nara deers ww Also, most of the places to visit in Nara are just walking distances from each other so I thought why not.

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[Otome Game Review] Ken ga Kimi for V

April 13, 2017 at 3:21 pm | Posted in Games, Otome Games | 2 Comments
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In Edo period Japan, under the rule of the third shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu, the Tenka Goken (five greatest swords under heaven) are known to seal youkai creatures to protect the land. To find worthy samurai who can wield the tenka goken, gozenjiai kentori (swordfight matches) are held annually in different parts of Japan. The samurai who will emerge victorious in the kentori will be awarded with a Tenka Goken. Days before ,  end of the kentori in Sunpu, a normal girl named Kayo, who lives in Edo with her father, is tasked to replace the Princess Hisa as a fake bride in a bridal procession from Edo to Sunpu. In this bridal procession, Kayo meets six samurai hired to be her guards.

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[Otome Game Review] Norn9 Act Tune

March 15, 2017 at 5:32 pm | Posted in Games, Otome Games | Leave a comment
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It’s the third game of Norn9! Last Era felt more like a sequel, so I guess we can say that Act Tune is finally the fandisk. The game has three scenario selections: Memoria, Legend of Norn, and Cantabile. Unfortunately, the game got really bad reviews (and I can see why, after playing the game), but I can’t say no to more Akito, can I? (=゚ω゚)ノ

This a full game summary-review, so lots and lots of spoiler ahead!

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Otome Game Recommendations for Beginner Japanese

February 24, 2017 at 2:29 pm | Posted in Special | 13 Comments

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There are so many otome games in Japan but fans outside of Japan can’t play them because language barrier is a thing. Because of this, many (myself included) choose to study the language just so they can play all those good games. Though let’s face it, everyone starts from square one, a.k.a. beginner level, and you can’t possibly be able to play a really good otome game right away after one day of studying hiragana. But what if you already finished the beginner module/course, and you are confident enough to play a full Japanese otome game?

Of course, wafuu games (and most of the games in my cream of the crop list) are out of the question, but here, I list the otome games that I think have easy Japanese and beginner Japanese language learners can play with little, if any, problem.

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[Otome Game Review] Yunohana Spring!

February 14, 2017 at 8:45 pm | Posted in Games, Otome Games | Leave a comment
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Wanting to pursue her dreams as a fashion designer, Sanjo Yunoha left her boring ryokan life in Kanazawa to study in Tokyo. Two years later though, she comes back after receiving news that her mother Misuzu, the Fukujurou onsen ryokan proprietress, was hospitalized. As per the doctor’s order, Misuzu needs to take a break from tending their ryokan, so Yunoha is forced to act as the Fukujurou’s young proprietress while her mother is away. Being the proprietress won’t be easy though, because a new resort ryokan, the Seihoukaku, has just opened nearby, and it’s getting more attention than Fukujurou! Now, what will Yunoha, as the young proprietress, do in order to build a name for Fukujurou?

This is a spoiler-free review of the game ・´∀`・)

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