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July 24, 2021, 11:00 PM
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People can now watch Tomorrow's Leaves, a short anime film made for the Tokyo Olympics by Studio Ponoc, online. The post Tokyo Olympics Anime Short Tomorrow's Leaves Shared appeared first on Siliconera.

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Comic-Con continued their Comic-Con @ Home panels this year. And during their stream, they featured a Dragon Ball panel which included Goku's seiyuu, Masako Nozawa, Dragon Ball manga editor Akio Iyoku, and Dragon Ball series producer Norihiro Haya...

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When cultural stereotypes and nation branding collide, discussions of orientalism and cultural appropriation get complicated.

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The new Lost Judgment trailer looks at aids Yagami can use on cases, like the Detective Dog, noise amp, and signal detector. The post The Lost Judgment Detective Dog Stars in Its Newest Trailer appeared first on Siliconera.

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It's Friday - what are you watching?

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A sprawling, blood-soaked, coming-of-age epic that marches to the drums of war.

Now another seven months into the pandemic, in a time when the world could possibly use a little distraction, all eyes are on Tokyo.

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Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games are about to begin. As we guessed almost one year ago soon after the postponing announcement, against ominous predictions and even the Japanese people's opinion, the Games were not canceled nor delayed again (which does no...


A group of Japanese artists are hoping to help people embrace both the Olympic spirit and Japanese culture by reimagining flags of competing countries as samurai characters. Nations large and small . .

SoraNews24 Casey Baseel

The Google Doodle for the Tokyo Olympics' start offers retro fun, insight into Japanese culture, and a skateboarding tanuki. It was a given that Google was going to celebrate the start of the Tokyo Olympics with a Google Doodle, and sure enough, i...


Arcueid Brunestud of Tsukihime fame is entering into Melty Blood: Type Lumina, a fighting game that will surely have enthusiasts wondering whether or not the title will end up gaining a large esports scene (and subsequently if any sexy females wil...

Siliconera Jenni Lada

The next SMT V demon digest video focuses on Kin-Ki, a golden character known for standing strong against physical attacks. The post Watch the 'Gold Oni' Kin-Ki SMT V Video appeared first on Siliconera.

An iconic Japanese-Korean record producer and songwriter, based in Tokyo, Miyahara has produced over 260 J-POP / K-POP and international artists . . . at the intersection of technology, finance and . .

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This new trailer showcases how Rinwell will function in combat. The post Latest Tales of Arise Trailer Focuses on Rinwell appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Jenni Lada

The Guilty Gear Strive Goldlewis Dickenson Starter Guide video is here and offers people a look at the DLC character's moveset. The post Guilty Gear Strive Goldlewis Video Shows Off His Moveset appeared first on Siliconera.

The creators of the upcoming Blade Runner anime series finally revealed the first details during 2021 Comic-Con.

Magical cat girl series Tokyo Mew Mew has just dropped a brief glimpse of the main cat girl heroines in "Tokyo Mew Mew New", the continuation looking to contain plenty of irresistibly cute cat girls that fans know and love as they tackle bad guys ...

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

After meeting one bright, sunny day, a shy boy who expresses himself through haiku and a bubbly but self-conscious girl share a brief, magical summer.

SoraNews24 Casey Baseel

For chefs who think a dessert would look great if it looked like crap. Japan has a lot of grilled sweets that end in "-yaki" and that have their shape as the first part of their name. Taiyaki, for example, are shaped like tai, or sea bream, and ni...

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