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Japan Verse

Japanverse


The world is finally starting to ‘wake up’ to what Japan has to offer. Japanverse wants to be your tour guide on Japanese culture, subculture, music, movies and news. We work around the clock to bring you the latest news regarding everything and anything Japan related. URL: http://japanverse.com/ Start Date: January 1, 2012 Location: New York, USA About […]

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Kuro's Anime Ramble Blog

Kuro’s anime Ramble blog


This anime blog is my small corner of the internet where I observe and ramble about anime and stuff related to it. I created this blog as an outlet for me to be able to express my fandom for anime and things related to it. I sometimes write about my impressions regarding Japanese culture. URL: http://kuroshinko.wordpress.com/ […]

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Organization Antisocial Geniusses

Organization Anti-Social Geniuses


This is Organization Anti-Social Geniuses, your source for getting the latest coverage in all things Japanese Pop Culture: Anime, Manga, Gaming, Music, Conventions, Figures, News, and more! We’ll provide you with a variety of posts, from short and quick takes to interviews and thought provoking editorials covering the medium you all love. Stop by and […]

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Vermillion and One Nights

VERMILLION AND ONE NIGHTS


Blog by a Japanese native, writing texts on Japanese cinema, history and more. Topics are mostly about classic Japanese cinema prior to 1970s. Films of Ozu, Kurosawa, Naruse and Kinoshita are featured of course, but rarely seen classics are discussed more frequently. I try to place these films in their historical context, to provide readers […]

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Hanamai the Ikebana Blog

Hanamai, the ikebana blog


A blog about the Japanese art of Ikebana, my journey in learning and mastering the art, and an occasional post on my life here in Japan. URL: http://hanamai-theikebanablog.blogspot.jp/ Start Date: July, 2010 Location: Hanamaki-shi, Iwate-ken, Japan About this blogger Has lived in Japan for the past 15 years and has been studying ikebana for 14 years. I have […]

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wwhcurrent

WWHCurrent


WWHCurrent is an open forum website, now purely based on Animation & Manga which are based in Japan.  In 2011, major changes were made. It has a panel of 9 staff members who work around the clock to deliver posts. URL: http://www.wwhcurrent.com/ Start Date: May 1, 2011 Location: Singapore About this Japan blogger Born in 1994. Fell in […]

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Sosekido

Sosekido


Sosekido is an introduction to Japanese calligraphy. I started calligraphy when I was 13 and have a 5 Dan. In this site, I present my works and projects I´m experimenting. Sosekido is also a Japanese calligraphy school, currently located in Berlin, Germany. Through Sosekido, I like many people to be interested in calligraphy outside of […]

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Sakura Index

Sakura Index


Sakura Index – Indexing Anime and Japanese Culture is a blog all about Games, Anime, Events, Cosplay, Language Study and a bunch of random stuff that may or may not be relevant to an anime fan or to a fan of Japanese culture, right here in the Philippines. The title and name of the blog […]

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GaijinSUN

Gaijin Sun


Gaijin Sun aims to be the center of your universe…at least when it comes to anything Japan. We provide you with the latest news and exclusive content about History, culture, and all around nerdiness. URL: http://www.gaijinsun.com/ Start Date: June, 2012 Location: Colorado, United States About this Japan blogger I am a college student who is obsessed with everything […]

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Abstract Japan

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There’s much more to Japan than Hello Kitty, Sushi & J-pop. This blog strives to show you the side that you never knew existed! Abstract Japan is all about breaking stereotypes through passion, freedom, and knowledge. URL: http://abstractjapan.tumblr.com/ Start Date:  2010 Location: USA/JAPAN About this Japan blogger Tyler Abstract has had the fortunate opportunity to live […]

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