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Interview with Animator Ida Bagus Yoga (guzzu): “I Won’t Recommend Indonesian...

We interviewed Ida Bagus Yoga aka guzzu, a freelance animator from Bali who has been involved in many anime productions.

Interview with the Hijab Cosplayer: Cosplay is for Everyone

In this interview, one of the hijab cosplayer talked about hijab cosplay and her experiences

Usagi Cosplayer Interview: Vyrn is Not a Lizard!

From her first cosplay experience to the story behind her Granblue cosplays, read through our interview with Usagi here!

Animaga 2016: Interview with Tooru Furuya

While at Animaga 2016, KAORI staff took the time to interview the voice of Pegasus Seiya, Amuro Ray, and Tuxedo Mask, Tooru Furuya himself.

Mitsuko Horie Interview: I’m Proud of the Present Generation of Seiyuu

Veteran anisong singer and seiyuu Mitsuko Horie talked her views about anime, anisong, and seiyuu of the present era

Madman Anime Festival: Special Interview with Sora Tokui

Sora Tokui of Love Live and Milky Holmes fame talked about her seiyuu works, her inspiration, her manga, her experiences abroad, and foods.

BIJAC no Tanjoiwai 9: Interview with Misa Chiang

Last week, the renowned Taiwanese Cosplayer, Misa Chiang, came to visit Indonesia for the first time. Follow her interview with KAORI.

BIJAC no Tanjoiwai 9: Interview with Shiraga Yanko

KAORI sat down with inspirational cosplayer from Taiwan, Shiraga Yanko.

Battle of Surabaya Cast interview

KAORI had a chance to interview the voice actors of Battle of Surabaya, Ian Saybani and Novie Burhan about the voice-acting process and funny moments behind the scene.

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Discussing Social Issue in Japanese Mystery-Thriller Novel With Rikako Akiyoshi in...

As a part of Asian Book Festival event held by Penerbit Haru, KAORI Nusantara was invited to attend an online discussion with Japanese novelist Rikako Akiyoshi.

“Rent-A-Girlfriend” Anime First Impression: The Social Construct of The Need for...

Why does one even need a girlfriend in the first place? Despite it's hard-to-sympathise-with protagonist, "Rent-A-Girlfriend" could be an interesting starting point for discussing that issue.

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