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I realized this needed to be updated. So, I am a 24 year old cis-white-female and I currently work in Japan. I am teaching English to Japanese youth and am currently located in Toyama. I like a variety of things, and every once in a while fanfics and translations will pop up! I try to tag for spoilers as well as I can, but do be weary of them.


shoutout to me for still not having my driver’s license

Autumn Leaves
by Ed Sheeran
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autumn leaves // ed sheeran

Since I am currently lacking proper internet and am using the mobile app, I will answer Asks when I get proper internet back.

Have you watched The Tatami Galaxy or Mononoke?

I have watched Mononoke and loved it! It is one of my favorites. I also watched a little of the Tatami Galaxy, but not only was it tiring to read the subtitles, I figured out the plot and themes quickly, as well as the angle they were going for. So the whole groundhog day plot became really tedious and boring and predictable for me. I ended up dropping it, because it felt like a chore to watch.

Sorry I have been a bit MIA. I am having internet problems with my computer. I already called to get it fixed, so I should be back in business in a few days. Until then, don’t expect much activity from me.

csylia answered your post: “Anime I’m Watching - Spring 2014”:
I’m only watching Haikyuu!! right now and catching up on a few others, i might check the kagepro anime some day!

With the KagePro anime, if you really like Shaft animation and Shinbo’s directional style, then you’ll probably really like it. But, if you aren’t a fan of either, than I would say skip it, because it pulls out all the usual Shaft animation and Shinbo stuff. Anyway, enjoy Haikyuu! :D

In Kyushu, there’s a tiny little village that’s drawing in visitors from across the world. Part Ghibli fantasy, part English Cotswolds, the town houses an Alice in Wonderland store, a Peter Rabbit petting zoo, and a bread shop modelled on the bakery in “Kiki’s Delivery Service.” And if you can’t bear to tear yourself away from the gorgeous shop-fronts and blossoming gardens, there’s a hotel where you can stay and gaze out at the cluster of cottages from the comfort of your own room. We step into the fantasy world and take a closer look at the shops, restaurants and services on offer in this special little town. 

Known as Yufuin Floral Village, there’s very little English information about the town on the Internet, which only adds to the intriguing atmosphere.

Do you think Alice will be on one of the remaining covers?

Yes. I’ve always assumed she would get the last cover.