Featured Japanese Songs 2

Are you still listening to the same songs in your playlist? Are you starting to get bored because of it? I’m gonna suggest new tracks for you to check out and add up to your phone. These songs can be found in the album version, opening or ending music vids. I know how dope Japanese music can be, especially about their strong electronic type which is commonly used in the game plays like OSU and Taiko. Maybe most of you already familiarize or had this music in your playlist. But nevertheless here is the list of Japanese music that you should explore!

Sports Anime

Not all of us love playing sports, especially ball sports where the ball would always coincidentally hits your head or your face. However, we like watching sports game because it gives us thrill and entertainment. Fortunately, there are anime series that are about sports. This kind of anime is like giving us specific details of living like an athlete, playing sports, and pursuing dreams. Below are some of the famous sports anime that gives us entertainment.

Top Anime Love Stories

Loves romance? Who doesn’t want to watch anime that centers on romance? Hmm…maybe those bitter people who just recently had their heart broken. Kidding aside, romance is a major theme of most anime. Each has different love stories that are executed differently in anime. This is a list of anime whose love stories love stories are way too cute and remarkable in its own way. This list is not in rank order.

Movie Review: Kimi No Nawa

Kimi No Nawa or “Your Name” translated in English, was one of the most successful anime movies that were released by Makoto Shinkai. The movie placed second, after Spirited Away, making it a top hit Japanese movie. It held the top place for consecutive nine weeks of showing in the theater. The movie also spread its popularity in other parts of the world and proved to be one of the best anime movies that have been created.

Akihabara

Akihabara, also called Akiba, is a home for electronics. It has many electronic shops ranging from tiny one-man stalls to large electronic retailers. Over the years, the place is not only known as the home for electronics but also the center of Japanese otaku and anime culture.