Another original anime from P.A. Works set in the countryside, "Sakura Quest" explores how developing the countryside with tourism is not a simple matter.
Events are among the more visible manifestations of fan activities, and that also goes for anime fans in Indonesia. We take a portrait of event preferences and habits of anime fans in Indonesia's largest urban region, the Greater Jakarta area.
This manga adaptation of long-running light novel series "Kino's Journey" takes readers back to the familiar journeys.
With clever directions that make the twists impactful, "The Promised Neverland" is one of the best and a must watch anime from winter 2019 season.
Libraries in real life may not actually take up arms like in this anime, but "Library War" highlights the politics of library and access to information with its conflict.
The experiences of job seeking in Indonesia and Japan feel similar enough to make Sora no Shita Yane no Naka a very relatable manga.
Using dinosaur theme for the fourth time and having low toy sales and ratings have caused some concern about the status of the Super Sentai series, but things may not be as bad as they seem.
International cosplayers with World Cosplay Summit experiences ateended Daisuki! Japan Festival 2019 in Malang. They shared their impressions of Malang cosplay performers and tips for competitive cosplayers.
Written in the time of intense modernization in Japan, "Botchan" captures how Japanese society changes at the time.
Indonesian fans were concerned that the sex scene in "Fate/stay night Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly" will be censored when the film is shown in Indonesian theatres. How important is the scene, actually?
"Alita: Battle Angel" compares well to previous Hollywood attempts at adapting manga or anime.
KAORI staff look back at the fantastic experiences that 2018 anime has given.
What makes a Gundam film a Gundam film? The new "Mobile Suit Gundam NT" that has come to Indonesian cinemas have the answer.
What can be studied about otaku and how to study them?
The word has been used often since the anime "Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!" was aired, but what is chhuni exactly?
How does depiction of sexual acts affect the story of visual novel works?