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Ayacon announcement!


It’s official… I’m running a panel at Ayacon, the UK’s summer anime and manga convention! What is the panel about, you ask? It couldn’t be anything other than Blogging about Anime and Japan. Does the idea of getting free anime DVDs in the post and free entry into MCM Comic Con and Hyper Japan sound like … Continue reading

10 awesome Attack on Titan parody openings!


Alright, so if you’re up-to-date with your anime you will have probably heard of a show called ‘Shingeki no Kyojin’ aka ‘Attack on Titan‘. The show’s currently airing in Japan but the episodes are available online and, oh my gosh, it’s amazing! I don’t really keep up with current trends in anime, both because there’s … Continue reading

Interview with the Anime UK podcast girls!


Do you like all things anime? Well, you’re in luck. A few months ago, four geeky girls got together and started recording The Anime UK Show. I’ve been listening to the show for a few weeks now (it’s perfect for listening to on long train journeys or pottering around the house) so posed some questions … Continue reading

Every cloud…


Or, why losing isn’t necessarily losing. If you’ve been keeping up with my ramblings on Twitter, you probably saw that I wasn’t selected for InsideJapan Tour’s Blog to Japan finals. Obviously, I was very disappointed, not only because I’d spent three odd weeks scripting and editing my video and another six hours just trying to … Continue reading

Cooking with Dog


When my boyfriend told me he was taking cooking lessons from a dog, I was understandably concerned. Last time I checked, dogs can’t cook. That said, it turns out that he followed a tasty tonkatsu recipe last weekend and we both managed to eat it! So, I’d like to introduce you to Cooking with Dog. … Continue reading

Britain’s Got Talent? : ‘Geisha’


I have a guilty confession to make. I’ve been watching Britain’s Got Talent. Usually, I avoid anything that has ‘reality TV’ written all over it and scowl when it clogs up my news feed on Twitter. However, due to a mixture of moving house and new habit of watching TV most evenings after work, I … Continue reading