One of KAORI staff revisited the original "Cardcaptor Sakura" manga and found more than just nostalgia.
How and why does the film "Castle in the Sky" avoid showing romantic relationship between its lead characters?
Three episodes rule shouldn't be the absolute measure to judge whether an anime is worthy to follow or not, this opinion argues.
Stories about living a new life in another world or isekai is still trending. A light novel fan shares some experiences with such kind of stories.
A viewer of Scum's Wish explains how closely the anime depicts the life of people who treat romance as games.
Reason to watch Granblue Fantasy the Anime: There is Djeeta now.
Can an otaku also be a devout Muslim? Indonesia presents the interesting case of Muslim otaku holding on to both fan and religious identities.
Naoka Ueno in A Silent Voice film has been a polarising character among fans. Our staff offers to take a more objective evaluation of her actions and motives.
Being in a fandom isn't just fun and games; but it can also teach you important things in life and working with others.
The shorter new season of Attack on Titan is only the tip of the iceberg of the lack of skilled animators in the face of increasing demand. How can this problem be alleviated?
Instead of really exposing problems in Japanese society, Dooley fallen to the judgement trap usually observed in Western programme about Japan.
Everything can be moe, even the muscular and manly character in JoJo's Bizzare Adventure anime series have their own hidden side of moe.
How fans can talk passionately and vividly about moe might deserve a more serious look.
Our staff explains why Cowboy Bebop's characters can be seen as moe character archetypes
KAORI staff member argues why the sports anime Haikyuu!! with all its male characters is a moe anime.
To celebrate Glasses Day, one of our staff explains why Noe Kawashima from Taisho Baseball Girls is the most special glasses-wearing character for him.
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