Dramas range from a variety of genres, yet all contain a few clichés that can put viewers off them instantly. This drama, from afar, looks laced and entangled in clichés that'd make it a carbon copy of the many other dramas that are being pumped out like manufactured scripts. My
Suki na Hito ga Iru Koto or A Girl and Three Sweethearts is a Japanese drama that is currently airing on Fuji TV. The drama was released on July 11 and stars Mirei Kiritani as Misaki Sakurai, our lucky leading lady. She poses as an adorable, quirky girl with a love for
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DxDxD is SHINee's fourth Japanese studio album, and probably their first Japanese release to make me turn my head.
BOYS WILL BE BOYS
View (Japanese Ver.)
Good Good Feeling
Sing Your Song
Originals are like the first-born children in drama land. Remakes are like cousins that live in another country.
Onigiri is an action massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) by CyberStep. It is set in a fantasy land reminiscent of ancient Japan in which humans and non-humans such as Oni and other Youkai coexist.
One look at the Oricon charts today and it's often hard to tell what Japan's music tastes are. Idols seem to constantly be topping the daily, weekly, monthly, and year-end charts, and with large fan bases, English subbed TV shows, and near-full music videos, they're certainly the most easily accessible. But talk
Chances are you've seen the unique and creative music video for "Golden Touch" by the Japanese singer Namie Amuro making it's way over the internet these past few days. Whether you're a longtime fan, a fan that's just getting back into her music, or a brand new one because of
Emi Maria was born in Papua New Guinea to a Papua New Guinean father and a Japanese mother. She lived in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea until the age of 5, when she moved to Kobe, Japan. Emi was influenced by her older sister, and began writing songs in middle
The group's name can be translated as "Morning Girls" or "Morning Daughters", and as the name suggests, it is a reference to the age of the members, who are all in their late teens to early twenties. The group's name is sometimes shorted to "モー娘。" (MoMusu.).
History / Debut
Morning Musume began with