Owh yea.. just realize the Yuru Yuri 2nd Season will be start next monday… doki doki ne~ I wasn”t want to put the high expectation for this new series but damn really need yuri injection.. ahahaha this series is one of the best comedy-yuri ever!! Continue reading →
Right after Anime Festival Asia Malaysia 2012 (AFAMY) ended, there was another special event held by Danny Choo; Japan Culture Night (JCN). The event itself is like the after party for AFAMY where fans & followers of Danny Choo gathered to talk to each other, socialize, and make new connection.
JCN was held on Monday; 11.06.2012 from 5 p.m. till 10.30 p.m. ++ at Pavilion, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. The entrance fee for the event was RM 30. As stated by Danny; the fees are for foods, drinks & for him not to get his body cut by the Pavilion’s people.
Taka & Cruzz Sensei were the only two that able to go because Kyou are stuck with his arubaito at home…. *wish you were there also Kyou-chan… met so many people over there ヽ(*´∀｀)人(´∀｀*)ノ
We both reached Pavilion around 8.00p.m++ yeah, we both planned to be late from the start…
As announced last December, Yuru Yuri geting its 2nd season titled “Yuru Yuri ♪♪” in this July until September. The story still remain same, it is about the activity of Gorakubi (Amusement Club) who take over the former room for tea ceremony club. Yeah surely that ‘bloody tragedy’ hopefully will occur more frequently again…
I’m strolling around the information about the seiyuu for Toshino Kyouko, Yuka Ootsubo. Amazingly this character is the first one she did in seiyuu industries, Im personally suprised with that fact because she play it very natural and lively like professional. For this season she gain the another task to be in Haiyore! Nyaruko-san as Kurei Tamao.
Mascot “Ecoha-chan” that uses by Ube city in Yamaguchi Prefecture is decided to not use it anymore. Ecoha-chan is an illustration for use of city recycling organization and first introduces in ecological event last year and the art was copyright to the city itself. Continue reading →