Various menus for 3 days!
① Tall ship MIRAIE Exploration tour.
② HELLY HANSEN Family Voyage
③ Tall ship MIRAIE Sunset & Night Cruise
④ Tall ship MIRAIE Sailing experience.
Source: Supaku Blog
Cerulean Days is on Kickstarter. The game is a visual novel about an island that mysteriously got its internet closed down. Currently, the developers has reached SEK 31,000 out of their SEK 115,000 goal with 24 days left remaining. For more details and some digital perks, check out their Kickstarter page. Here’s a trailer.
In late June, reality television star, Kim Kardashian West, announced a new shapewear collection called “Kimono.” The backlash was instant. With Japanese people at its forefront, a #KimOhNo Twitter campaign was launched against West, as well as a petition via change.org with as many as 120,000 signatures just days after her news. At first, the fashion mogul remained unwavering; she made an official statement in a New York Times article that said, “I understand and have a deep respect for the significance of the kimono in Japanese culture,” reaffirming the pride she has for her brand and its inclusivity.
However, just a day after the mayor of Kyoto, Daisaku Kadokawa, penned an open letter to West asking her to reconsider. The celebrity backed down and agreed to re-release her product under a new name, Solutionwear. This shift took place less than a week after her initial kimono brand name reveal.
Intrigued by the heavy wave of protests and its fast turnaround success, I interviewed twelve Japanese people living inside and outside of Japan on how they felt about the recent news. Here’s what they had to say:
For the sake of privacy, some interviewees have used pseudonyms. Their responses have been condensed and edited, and some have been translated from Japanese.
Confusion and Eye Rolls
Some simply questioned Kardashian West’s latest move. It was difficult to place their finger on the exact …continue reading
Source: Supaku Blog
On this episode, the demonic cult members and their summoned demons attack more places. Later, a demon prince appears and Kunai forces his Zero self to counter him.
It’s hilarious to see the demonic cult members and their demons still try to attack some places, but got defeated hard by other fighters. Also, I thought the demon prince was going to be another main antagonist, but surprisingly isn’t. Although, I did like how Zero easily fought that prince. Other than that, they introduced a new cute character during the fight. Now what’s going to be the next plot? I can’t wait to find out. Overall, more cool demon fighting action and some hilarious moments.
Conclusion: More cool demon fighting action and some hilarious moments. …continue reading