To appreciate those who don't get to be together with someone they love on February 14th, the staff of KAORI Nusantara presents a list of their favourite pairings that don't make it.
How can somebody self-identify with a moe character? The author shares his thoughts on how Mikage Sakurai from "Asteroid in Love" helps him understand himself.
KAORI looks back at how licensed light novels have been doing in Indonesia before the release of highly popular "Sword Art Online" in 2021.
What many fans dismiss as "anime for simp," “Bottom-tier Character Tomozaki” turns out to offer important critique about how we perceive self-help products
At the end of the day, what does this fuzzy, adorable surprise hit that took the internet by storm have to offer to viewers?
The writer argues that proper contexts are necessary to make reasonable readings and conclusions from anime popularity polls.
Have you ever felt confused about how to recommend anime and manga to someone who is not familiar with both media? A student of Library and Information Science shares some methods to choose recommendations.
More than just enjoying the characters’ relationships, "Asteroid in Love" has some interesting situations to think about how ideas and principles from science can circulate in the popular realm.
For five years The Indonesian Anime Times have been bringing news and views from Indonesia on Japanese and Indonesian pop culture to the world, and now we'd like to hear your feedback!
KAORI Research Team enquires into how anime fans search for information and what they do with them.
The writer recounts how reading about fujoshi has brought him to see another interesting side to moe.
What happens when you have occult contents in a mystery narrative? The Occultic;Nine novel shows how it can still incite readers' curiosity.
Three episodes rule shouldn't be the absolute measure to judge whether an anime is worthy to follow or not, this opinion argues.
"Knight's & Magic" is an anime that revealingly and delightfully panders with the awesomeness of giant robots.