When I saw the news about Haruma Miura's suspected suicide, I felt a small part of me had also died.
There's a tag going around called "A Book for All Occasions Tag," and I thought it would be fun to change things up a bit.
I had a love-hate relationship with An Incurable Case of Love at first, but it turned out to be one that lingered in the back of my mind for a few days after I finished.
I recently rewatched an old favourite – Liar Game. Since the show is pretty old, I thought it would be fun to recast the two main characters.
Explaining some of my favourite Japanese dramas in Haikus.
Who would I cast in a live adaptation of Hataraku Saibou (Cells at Work)?
This may be the most interesting mobile game I've ever played. For anyone who's interested in psychology and literature, you'll definitely enjoy it.
Dying Eye is a paranormal mystery mixed with modern and psychological elements that's worth a watch due to its underlying theme.
Rumours become a reality in this horror visual novel that makes the most out of your smartphone for the occasional jump scare.
In December, I checked out two Japanese shows that I think are worth the watch. One of them being Tokyo Bachelors, the Japanese adaptation of the Gentleman's Dignity, a South Korean show. While I saw the posters and snippets of it here and there, I never gave it much thought until I was bored one … Continue reading Career or Love for our Tokyo Bachelors?