Godzilla – The King of the Monsters

As a child I remember watching very grainy, poorly translated movies featuring what looked like a giant dinosaur fighting other giant creatures while destroying the city of Tokyo. He fought everything from three-headed dragons (King Ghidorah) to the mechanized version of himself (Mechagodzilla) and he...

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JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters – Exhibition Photos

I attended the press preview of the JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters exhibition which opens tomorrow at the National Gallery in Downtown Kingston and runs until the 14th of June 2014. I invite ALL past and present fans of Japanese anime, manga, art, history and culture to...

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Why did I fall in love with Nagoya?

I have trouble believing that my trip to Japan is now almost 3 years ago. I used to be able to say I visited Japan this year, then I had to say last year, then year before last now In May 2014 all I can say...

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Loot Crate – March 2014 – “Titan”

After a few months hiatus after being disappointed by my August 2013 Loot Crate I took the dive again an acquired the March 2014 crate. I must say loot crate lost a few points in my book due to poor customer service but with the...

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Attack on Titan heading to Toonami

Attack on Titan; the super popular anime where giant humanoid creatures called Titans appeared out of nowhere and almost wipe out humanity. Its no secret that I am a fan of the anime (which has only received one season so far with an ongoing manga) and...

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New Phone! Moto G

My Birthday was Friday March 8th (spent part of it at the Japan Festival). I managed to acquire a an awesome birthday gift a couple days before my actual birthday which I have been testing for the past two weeks! My new Moto G replaces...

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Discovery Channel feature: Super Japan

I surfed into a video about why Japanese trains are so punctual and discovered a multi-part series aired on Discovery Channel Asia titled “Super Japan”. I have watched the first 3 episodes of the very interesting (and short) 5 part series and thought I’d share...

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