The holiday season is here. Initially hit by Halloween and Thanksgiving, I’ve had anything but free time. Today is a very special day, and I have something very special to show you.
Necoco here cosplays the popular character Alice, from the story Alice in Wonderland. Praised by both young and old, the story of Alice in Wonderland is one that has stimulated our imagination during our childhood.
A little late reviewing the music albums of Comiket 78, but this year, Syrufit rocked the entire competition with their new album:
Artist: Do-Raku7 (兎塚エイジ, Usatsuka Eiji)
With music from well-known circles such as Alstroemeria Records, ALiCE’s EMOTiON, Cytokine, Shibayan Records and more. Syrufit pulled an excellent move here: a music album with a variety of different content, from progressive trance, to rock and roll, and a fantastic ending with a stringed arrange of Bad Apple.
I was anxiously biting my nails, awaiting for the release of this album. I knew what I had in store, and when I had it in my hands, it did not disappoint one bit.
Prior to C78, Syrufit posted a video preview of their upcoming album containing crossfades of each track. I immediately fell in love. For the next two weeks, I was living off the preview.
This is the Youtube embed. You can see the original here on Syrufit’s website.
Review after the break. Don’t forget that the Download Link is at the bottom, as well as more webpages (Lyrics) for you to look at as you wait for your download.
However, I strongly suggest you purchase the album. It is worth every yen, and I’m not getting paid to say this.
Hello! Tsundere Works here, I’m back in Los Angeles from my trip to Japan.
More of an informative series of posts than a bunch of pages from a Diary, I will be writing and sharing with you my experiences in Japan. I aim to give the feeling of you being there. Also remember that if you have any questions, please feel free to ask me! It’s summer, and I have a lot of free time, so I will be updating the site often.
Without further ado, here’s Day 1!
Please remember that this was a trip organized by my Japanese school. Along with the Principal, two Japanese girls, an annoying white boy and myself were the only ones who went. Next time, I will be going with my own friends. We’re going to Japan strictly to party and have a good time. Please bring plenty of spending money if you’re coming with me.
The title is named “Silver Japan” because it was an excellent experience for me, however, it should have been better. My group did not share my interests, therefore it was difficult to decide where to go at times. Also, the annoying little brat complained about everything from time to time with his enormous weaboo accent.
Nevertheless, I got respected by the Japanese wherever I went, and I had a good time as well.
The United States loves Japan ^_^
If you bought your computer in the United States, or some other country that’s not from the east [Except Russia], then you might have some compatibility issues when trying to view websites in Japanese, or worse, when you’re trying to play Eroge.
Does your computer display some scrambled Roman characters instead of Kana and Kanji?
The links are full of roman letters and symbols that are unreadable. Playing Eroge like this would be frustrating.
“This is Sayori’s Home Page. Welcome to Neko Works!” [They're awesome, by the way.]
In this post, we’re going to show you how to add in Japanese support in Windows Vista so you can type and read in Japanese on the computer. It’s quick and easy, but if you’re using Windows XP, Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 Server, click here. If you’re using Windows 98 or Windows 95, then you need to upgrade that OS. =]