This was my second time visiting AFAID, although my sister had attended this annual festival since the first it was launched here. But this time, it was the first time for us to buy the ticket concert. Probably because the later artists were not much intriguing for our interest. This year, there were ELISA, Lia, and Aimer so I’d love to attend with one of them. We chose to buy VIP ticket because standing is so much work. Although me and my sister only attend the day 1 concert (which I already predicted that ELISA and Lia wouldn’t be on the same day), it became a precious experience for us. Well, it was our first paid up concert with Japanese artists for us so it’s very exciting. The first time I attended AFAID is in this post.
It’s summer! And many good films came out at this season, especially in Japan. Since there will be summer vacation and all coming up. Currently, I’m watching 12 anime series, 3 J-doramas, and 2 K-dramas. Anyway, this time, I’ll suggest the current dramas I’m watching, taking note if it’s good or not. Reminder: I will update and adding more review each time I found something new in this post. So I posted an unfinished page here, sorry. But I don’t care. I should inform you of a new, promising dramas so you won’t be outdated.
Taisho x Alice episode II is about Kaguya & Gretel. You should have known about those stories right? Princess Kaguya is from the moon, while Gretel is the sister of Hansel from the witch at a sweet house story. This is the first otome game I played after 2 years being hiatus. And I chose a short playing time so I can finish it, rather than dropping. Well, I should have played the first game, but I had a problem before with installation, so I went straight to second. Although I fixed the problem with 1st game, I kept playing 2nd first. What the? After this, I’ll go to first episode again before playing the third.
I’m so into watching stage play adaptation. Be it a musical or not, I don’t care. Well, the first time I watched a stage play was when Kuroshitsuji first made into a musical. I kept following only Kuroshitsuji without realising there were many stage play adaptations being made after that. One of them is the old Hakuouki Musical Saitou-hen, in 2012. So far, I have watched Hakuouki (Saitou, Okita, Hijikata, Kazama-hen, LIVE), Kuroshitsuji (2009-2015 re-run, total 5), Clock Zero ~Shuuen no Ichibyou~ Re-verse-Mind, Fushigi Yuugi 2015 (not a musical), and Persona 3 The Weird Masquerade (1 Male & Female, 2 Male, 3 Male). I don’t know if I can be called a master in musical already after watching them. Maybe not enough? In this post, I’ll create my own impression after watching those list above, per series.
I have seen many articles about Korean actor who doesn’t age / still beautiful around 30s. But I rarely seen about Japanese actors / actresses. Why? Because everything are about Korea right now that Japanese actors are neglected in some way. I approved of the articles posted, but let me re-make it to Japanese actors. I’m very surprised to see Fukada Kyoko in 2016 Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai. She is 33 now, but still pretty like 20s. Another example is Nagasaku Hiromi (45 years old). I can’t recognize her age at all. Seems still in early 30s. I didn’t make the order based on the beauty, just a random order. Well, let’s take a look below.
I have made a post about Bishop ED here. The same as my previous post, I won’t write about the entire storyline. In this post, I will compare the musical with the CG I have from the portable version. Actually, I will also write about the making & after event I got from the DVD in this post. So this post will be the final post for CZ Reverse Mind’s stage play, which consists of disc 1 for King ED & making and disc 2 for Bishop ED & after event. I finally received my own DVD in less than a month.
Who don’t know Persona 3? For RPG gamer, it is a must to play game. Like, if you know Final Fantasy, you should know about Shin Megami Tensei series. Persona is the most famous title from Shin Megami Tensei series. Up until now, there are 4 Persona games, with the upcoming Persona 5. Though Persona 3 & 4 have few sequels / ports. Now, I will review the second musical, Gunjou no Meikyuu. Blame me that I watched from the 2nd because I didn’t know how many were there until I watched the ending and felt weird. I searched and found that it was the 2nd stage play. The 1st musical is Ao no Kiseki (Blue Awakening) about how the MC collected his friends, 2nd is Gunjou no Meikyuu (Ultramarine Labyrinth) with the battle of Strega, and the latest from last year is Souen no Kesshou (Bismuth Crystal).