It’s been a little while since I got caught with this funny feeling of getting affected with moe things. That’s it, anime things. For the current season, there are two anime that I followed dearly. Make it three. Hmm, maybe four. What the heck is wrong with me? But for some cutesy stuffs, I’ve been watching Yuruyuri (season 2) and Joshiraku. The other two that I seldom missed their airings are Kokoro Connect and Hyouka.
She started off her career as seiyuu around 2010. Not until this year that she acquired the most prominent role of Sankarea anime which is being Rea-chan herself. Maaya-chan, 22 years old, is a talent from I’m Enterprise which also gathered several other seiyuu like Hikasa Yoko, Saito Chiwa, Tamura Yukari and Ueda Kana under the same wing. It has been said by some people that Rea is not that suitable for her voice but I am pretty much ok with it. Continue reading
When it comes to Mimori Suzuko, one thing that popped up in my mind, Tantei Opera Milky Holmes. She isn’t that young like Ogura Yui or Aoi Yuuki but she acts like one, like any other idol. Her involvement in seiyuu industry is pretty much new. Barely a couple of years ago if I am not mistaken. But it’s amazing that she took lead roles in every anime that she participated as seiyuu. I never liked Milky Holmes because the anime was too childish to me. It’s like forced moe. Nevertheless, I like Mimori Suzuko a lot. Especially her smile. Continue reading
Never heard of her? Well, you can say that she’s a new breed of seiyuu. If you remember Papa no Iukoto wo Kikinasai!, she’s the one that voiced Sora-chan. Not to mention that I really liked Sora in that series due to her resemblance with Suzumiya Haruhi and she has a little bit of tsundere in her. It’s pretty amazing for Uesaka Sumire to have her first debut as a main role of an anime series. Dubbed as Military Seiyuu because of Uesaka Sumire’s Armored Guards Infantry Regiment Broadcast on radio, this 20 years old freshie is currently at the beginning of her journey on the path of becoming an idol. Continue reading
I got to know Ogura Yui when she was the one who danced for Vocaloid Hatsune Miku song of Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru. Back then, she was 13 years old. Yeah, she is still an underage teen idol and seiyuu of 16 years old. She even paired up with her partner, Ishihara Kaori, for several other Vocaloid songs in the Project Diva game for PSP (she and Kaori formed a group called YuiKaori). Apart from that, she also a member of idol group called StylipS. Continue reading
It’s been awhile I haven’t posted any kind of gallery at all. So, here we have Kotobuki Minako of Sphere. I like her melancholic looks in some of the pictures. Her forehead is quite spacious I guess but that’s because of some of her hair style. Then again, this 20 years old seiyuu is pretty much have a long way to go. Good luck to her. Continue reading
A friend of mine was asking, what is てへぺろ(・ω<) (tehepero)? Pretty much, it’s kinda popular cutesy act by Japanese idols as well as internet meme. For girls. Because, everything girls do are cute. One of the idols that practically popularized the act was Hikasa Youko (Akiyama Mio of K-on) in various of her live performances regarding K-on and such. Continue reading
I just watched this Korean Drama called Comrades a.k.a. The Legend of Patriots. I am not really a fan of Korean stuffs but I am a fan of war movies. Historical is fine too. Comrades is about the Korean War, the war between North and South Korea, that technically still going on right now since they’re only signing a ceased fire agreement in 1953 and not a peace treaty. Centered around Lee Hyun Joong (Choi Soo Jong), a First Class Sergeant who commanded his squad, who went through many occasions from battles, covert mission, infiltration, POW plus escaping from enemy prison which later being detained by South Korean anti-communist organization only to be in another hell of mental tortures by their own side. Continue reading
Well, not really that comfortable since we didn’t get any kind of refreshments, at least a cup of coffee (I don’t mind sharing with them), from the organizers of Comic Fiesta so that we might have longer time of conversation with these two singers from Japan. Ceui (pronounced ‘say-ee’) and Shimokawa Mikuni (pronounced … ah never mind) are amazing artists who made appearance in this year’s Comic Fiesta in Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. Having their first time in Malaysia, it’s surely a rather new experience for them. We at Anime Shrine were glad to be given some room to meet them in-person just after their stage performance. Continue reading
Aoi Yuuki, the seiyuu of the infamous mysterious yet beautiful and brilliant girl Victorique from Gosick, is currently auctioning her used clothing. Apparently she put her signatures over the clothes that totally means they’re for keeping rather than being used again. The cloth is sized at XS. Largest for Small size. Heck, at 145cm, she’s pretty small. Just like many of her roles.
Of course that the auctioning being honored with interesting comments from the fans.
Product condition: used (pre-cleaning)
Using it for masturbation.
It has been used!
Just a little while ago, Aoi Yuuki was promoting Gosick BD and DVD which is delayed for May 10 due to recent disaster in Japan. Fans who attended the launch event at Akihabara’s Toranoana were given with posters and towels of the anime.