Anime Shows Spring 2016

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Hi there. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I am sharing some anime shows I’ve been watching.

Anime Shows Spring 2016

Lupin III (part 4)

Lupin is back on TV. Although its TV movies are made almost every year but as a TV series it has been like 30 years. Wow. The character designs are based on very classic Lupin III (I’ve never seen old series though), so old fans must be excited.

My favorite episode from this series is episode 13 – ‘The End of Lupin III’. Lupin finally is under arrest and thrown into the super thick steel cell and the only guard is the Detective Zenigata who’s been chasing Lupin for decades (for watchers). How will it turn? You gotta watch!

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure -Diamond is Unbreakable-

The part 4 begins. I loved the part 3 (Stardust Crusaders), so I decided to watch this series as well. I remember it was about the time I started reading this manga, so it brings me back my childhood a lot. Never expected it to be animated after more than 20 years!

This Part 4 has just started so I can’t pick the best episode yet though, I am looking forward to the episode where Josuke (the main character of Part 4) visits an Italian restaurant. I suppose anime watchers have no idea yet but soon you will. Hehe.

 

Sakamoto desu ga? (Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto)

I didn’t plan on watching this kind of stuff at first but since I have heard this manga was nominated with some awards, etc., I was kinda wondering and tried to watch just the first episode. OK, it’s funny.

It’s all about this Sakamoto guy’s school life. The way he does things are all STYLISH. Even when he is put under a bullied situation he solves it very stylish and bullies end up just giving up. Totally comedy (in a good way).

Lastly

Actually I don’t watch anime or dramas much in general, but always seeking something to watch. Probably I am just picky? Hey, why don’t you tell me about your favorite show? (I watch either Japanese or American shows.) Feel free to leave a comment below.

See you around!


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Superior Hot Springs in Kurokawa Onsen Town, Kumamoto

Konnichiwa! It’s Mr. Wada back on duty! Lemme show you around Kurokawa Onsen Town this time.

Kurokawa Onsen Town

It is a small onsen town in Northern Kumamoto Prefecture. It would be nice to drive through Mt. Aso then down to Kurokawa like we did.

Website: http://www.kurokawaonsen.or.jp/eng_new/

kurokawa_map

Note: Pics in this post were taken in 2014.

Walk in Kurokawa

Let’s walk around Kurokawa, shall we? Kurokawa Onsen town is small (meaning onsen places are all within walking distance) and secluded (surrounded by nature). One good thing about this town is you can experience different kinds of onsen, in terms of color from milky to golden one, in health benefits, indoor and outdoor, etc. Isn’t that amazing? It’s an onsen paradise.

 

Like other onsen areas, you can avail their tegata (pass made of wood that you can keep as memorabilia) to enjoy onsen-hopping in a discounted price. You can get it at the tourist information center.

 

Shinmeikan: Cave Onsen

Shinmeikan is the first Onsen we tried in Kurokawa. What a nice entrance, but onsen was quite wild! It was like a maze really. I swam down to the end and to another end…quite fun. Hehe. Figured it was quite steamy in there. I had a hard time changing clothes. Better be careful especially if you wear glasses.

Admission: 500 yen

Reservation

 

Sanga: Outdoor Onsen

Sanga Onsen is the second place we had (in the morning). I learned that getting into onsen in the damn freezing morning is the best damn thing! Sooooooooo nice. Didn’t wanna get out.

Admission: 500 yen

Reservation

Note:
If you plan to stay over in Kurokawa, I suppose you should reserve a room before hand. There are many ryokan, traditional hotels, but there isn’t any business hotels.

 

Lastly

How do you find it? It’s a little hard to access but remember, the further you go, the better onsen we get! Totally worth a visit.

See you around!

Once again, Kumamon is everywhere in Kumamoto! Watch out!
Once again, Kumamon is literally everywhere in Kumamoto! Watch out! (It’s tailing me!)



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