Studio Ghibli is without a doubt the most famous animation studio in Japan. The studio has produced some of the most beautiful and awe inspiring films that have stood the test of time, transcended language barriers and inspired millions. The Ghibli museum is … Continue reading Ghibli Museum Guide | The dream destination of any anime fan
Japan’s long history of animation and cute mascots has led to its charming characters not only being iconic within Japan, but widely recognisable all around the world. But which of these characters is the most iconic? In 2018, the Japanese … Continue reading Japan Ranks its 10 Most Iconic Characters – Can you guess who’s number 1?
It’s no secret that Sora Yori is one of the best shows of 2018. Tightly and smartly written, Sora yori tells a story of four girls who make the journey of their lives, thrust together by fate. At its core … Continue reading Sora Yori mo Tooi Basho | The True Power of Friendship
On the surface, Barakamon and Poco’s Udon World are the same anime- A troubled man travels to the countryside where he finds an adorable child. As he looks after this child, funny antics ensue and he goes on a journey … Continue reading Barakamon vs Poco’s Udon World | A complete breakdown
For this post, I will be talking about the OG Naruto, not Shippuden, because that is a whole different beast. It’s no secret that Naruto is a polarising show. On one hand, there are those who grew up wearing the … Continue reading Why I will Defend Naruto with my LIFE
Anime ‘pilgrimages’ are a great way to explore the real life but lesser known areas in Japan. It can lead you to some beautiful places you wouldn’t have otherwise heard of, and I think that’s a really wonderful thing. Here … Continue reading Anime set in real places that will inspire you to visit the Japanese countryside
Continuing on with the anime theme, my sister and I decided to go to Ikebukuro on day 22. Ikebukuro is home to the very famous Sunshine city which is a mall complex that literally has everything from an aquarium to the … Continue reading Day 22 | Ikebukuro
Day 20 was a really special day. One of the main reasons why I wanted to go to Tokyo after my university programme was because of the Ghibli museum. I’m actually not that big a fan of huge metropolitan cities … Continue reading Day 20 | Ghibli museum ♡