Los Angeles, California, September 15th, 2015 - Live Viewing Japan, a distribution company dedicated to introducing Japanese artists of various genres to international theaters, is very pleased to present the screening of L'Arc-en-Ciel's very first live concert in 2015, "LIVE 2015 L'ArCASINO" (Day 2) at the Anthology Film Archives, New York, on October 18th, 2015. The two-day concert to take place on September 21st and 22nd, not only marks the band's first performance in 2015, but also their long-awaited return as L'Arc-en-Ciel after the last concert held at National Stadium back in March of 2014. "LIVE 2015 L'ArCASINO" is definitely a concert that every music fan should not miss from the super band; if you won't be able to see it live, make sure to catch the screening and enjoy the same excitement with other fans in the theater!
S.F’.s Annual Japanese Pop Culture Fest Presents J-POP LIVE NIGHT II Concert Performances At Fort Mason By DJ KEN ISHII, ANAMANAGUCHI, YANAKIKU, LITTLE GLEE MONSTER And More!
San Francisco, CA, July 15, 2015 – The 2015 J-POP SUMMIT, the Japanese pop culture event held annually in San Francisco, has announced key live programming and artists that highlight DAY 2 of the colorful Festival.
As I believe I've mentioned before, I personally rather enjoy World War II era games, despite the general consensus that they've been played out these days. The Call of Duty series was always a spectacular example of what could be done with good writing, solid setting, and well thought out controls in the WWII FPS genre. More recently though, CoD launched into a new era – that of Modern Warfare. The first game in the MW series took gamers by storm, completely smashing through fears that moving Call of Duty to a modern setting would destroy the series. Now, two years later, it's time for Modern Warfare 2, the follow up installment that more or less picks up right where Modern Warfare left off.
Last year I had the chance to bring you the review on one of the more original storylines I've seen in the last decade or so, Spice & Wolf. At the time, I mentioned that the TV series was based on a series of light novels by author Isuna Hasekura, and had been under the impression that the novel's run was finished. As it turns out, though, the series is ongoing – and is up to twelve volumes as of this review. As I said, Okami to Koshinryo has proven to be wildly popular in Japan and also here in the states, spawning both a manga and of course the first TV season. The good news is, Lawrence and Horo are back this season for another round, this time with a new animation studio, Brain's Base.