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St Patrick’s Day is becoming a well-known and popular holiday in Japan

thanks largely to the Irish and Irish-American  presence there, as might be expected. As also might be expected, Tokyo hosts the largest St Patrick’s parade in the country, but many cities observe the day, from there to Okinawa.

If you’re expecting to be in Japan this March and want to see what St Patrick’s festivities will be nearby, you can hardly do better than to visit Irish Network Japan, who have done much to promote Irish culture and St Patrick’s Day in Japan.

Featured Reviews For March 

1) Bottle Fairy format-episodes – 82%

2) Those Who Hunt Elves format-episodes – 62.5%

3) Green Green format-episodes – 69.3%

4) Here is Greenwood format-OVA – 78.5%

5) Kimagure Orange Road format-episodes – 91%

AND . . . a new review! We maybe should have saved this for April Fool’s Day, but here we present a short series: Aho Girl format-episodes – 45%

separatorAnother addition to our library! This one is not a review, but a look at a production of Toei Studios which is not really anime at all: their short movie, H.P. Lovecraft’s Dunwich Horror. You will find it here, in a new room just off the Lecture Hall called Special Features. This area already contains a previous lecture on Hideaki Anno’s Shin Godzilla, and will look at other material which is not anime, but anime related in some way. Extra special bonus: you can watch Dunwich Horror right HERE, hosted on our sister site, the Penny Robinson Fan Club.

Don’t miss our new reviews of a classic series, Space Runaway Ideon, and the double-feature movies, Ideon: A Contact and Ideon: Be Invoked. Ideon is old fashioned giant transforming mecha material from the creator of Gundam, and has been credited by Hideaki Anno as an inspiration for his own Neon Genesis Evangelion. Ideon really is a must-see for NGE fans!


A tasty new seminar in our Culinary Arts Dept.! “Famous Foods of Anime”! If you want to learn the difference between sushi and sashimi, or what melon-bread is, class is in session right here.


trees-5-centimeters-per-second-anime-wallpaperWith thousands of students, a vast library and plenty of lectures available each semester, it’s no doubt that we’ve grown to become the most respected institution for anime academics. And with so many areas of expertise at your disposal, choosing a major may just be harder than any final exam you’ll ever take! But don’t get me wrong; enrolling in classes is easy, but there is much to learn to go from a green Freshman to a learned Graduate Student.

After a hard day of studying, relax in the elegantly-appointed Student Lounge. Kampai!

Across the top, you will find the Library, where hundreds and hundreds of anime are described and reviewed. We have moved over all the existing reviews (just a few were lost to water damage from being stored in the basement) and are indexed in the Catalogs both alphabetically and by grade.

You will also find some articles on important real-life figures in anime: directors, actors, etc., as well as cultural & background information, and how these many professors compose their reviews.

Below is Founders’ Hall, a gallery of those who built this great hall of learning.



Dean of Campus Affairs                Chief of Campus Police

Professors Emeritus of Anime and Cultural Studies



And finally, yours truly, the man currently behind the scenes . . .  


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  1. marinacc says:

    hello i would like to know if i could use one picture that you have for an anime style visual novel. please message me back it would be greatly appreciated


  2. Craig! says:

    So, does this place ever get any new reviews?


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