otomesway:

We’ve been hard at work over at Otome’s Way preparing our next big project…and we’re ready to go live! We’re opening up a Kickstarter to help raise funds for A Fujoshi’s Guide to Japanese, volume 2!!
We’ve got the will—and the plan, along with 180+ pages of brand new BL-laced content to help along our faithful little fujoshi and fudanshi students—now we just need the way!
That’s where KICKSTARTER comes in!
Our own Akeba-sensei and Yusura-sensei were thrilled to see that our readers loved the first primer volume of A Fujoshi’s Guide to Japanese, so it’s time to move on to Volume 2 to learn more in our fun BL environment. But first—well, nothing in life is free, unfortunately! (except for swimming anime, but that’s another story)
In order to get this project off the ground, we need to raise some funds! Making a textbook ain’t easy, and it ain’t cheap either! So we’ve come to you guys, hat in hand, to ask for a little boost in helping bring this great resource to a screen near you!
The next volume is set to include nearly 200 pages of text and illustrations, created brand-new for this volume, as well as listening sections with recordings by professional voice actors, downloadable content (tailored for a number of platforms) so you can keep learning on the go, and educational content covering demonstrative forms, adjectives, possessives, and more verbs and vocabulary—including practical examples of the different levels of formal and informal speech. And don’t forget your trusty kanji lessons!
We’re really stoked to bring this to you guys and are already well into preparations, so we just need a little boost from your end! No cash? A signal boost is the next best thing!
Intrigued? Then head on over to our official Fujoshi’s Guide 2 Kickstarter page to check out the full deets!

otomesway:

We’ve been hard at work over at Otome’s Way preparing our next big project…and we’re ready to go live! We’re opening up a Kickstarter to help raise funds for A Fujoshi’s Guide to Japanese, volume 2!!

We’ve got the will—and the plan, along with 180+ pages of brand new BL-laced content to help along our faithful little fujoshi and fudanshi students—now we just need the way!

That’s where KICKSTARTER comes in!

Our own Akeba-sensei and Yusura-sensei were thrilled to see that our readers loved the first primer volume of A Fujoshi’s Guide to Japanese, so it’s time to move on to Volume 2 to learn more in our fun BL environment. But first—well, nothing in life is free, unfortunately! (except for swimming anime, but that’s another story)

In order to get this project off the ground, we need to raise some funds! Making a textbook ain’t easy, and it ain’t cheap either! So we’ve come to you guys, hat in hand, to ask for a little boost in helping bring this great resource to a screen near you!

The next volume is set to include nearly 200 pages of text and illustrations, created brand-new for this volume, as well as listening sections with recordings by professional voice actors, downloadable content (tailored for a number of platforms) so you can keep learning on the go, and educational content covering demonstrative forms, adjectives, possessives, and more verbs and vocabulary—including practical examples of the different levels of formal and informal speech. And don’t forget your trusty kanji lessons!

We’re really stoked to bring this to you guys and are already well into preparations, so we just need a little boost from your end! No cash? A signal boost is the next best thing!

Intrigued? Then head on over to our official Fujoshi’s Guide 2 Kickstarter page to check out the full deets!


さぁや~ぁああんヽ(●´Д`●)ノ隣で撮影してる時近いよー!ぉもわず 耳舐めたいよォオ~wwww
ひかり先輩の想いは一方通行なのかぁああああ!!!コッチ剥いて~ッッwwレスちょーだい!!!

さぁや~ぁああんヽ(●´Д`●)ノ隣で撮影してる時近いよー!ぉもわず 耳舐めたいよォオ~wwww

ひかり先輩の想いは一方通行なのかぁああああ!!!コッチ剥いて~ッッwwレスちょーだい!!!

giftoki:

Cencoroll: Japanese anime science fiction film nearly singlehandedly written, designed, directed, and animated by manga author Atsuya Uki.
japanlove:

Guardian of the Shop by Giopuppy on Flickr.
japanlove:

Pastries in Shibuya! by omgericastfu on Flickr.
tokyo-fashion:

Ferrari parked in front of the famous Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Harajuku.

tokyo-fashion:

Ferrari parked in front of the famous Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Harajuku.