Harucon 2021 To Celebrate Israel’s “Love” For Japanese Anime And Video Game Culture Next Spring

The Association of Manga and Anime in Israel (AMAI) first gave birth to Harucon in 2008 at the Smolarz Auditorium in Tel Aviv University. Ever since then, the Isreal-Japan: Friendship Society and Chamber of Commerce started to back the event, which allows people from around the world (specifically Israelis) to celebrate and project their vision of anime, manga, and video games. Well, it looks like the event will kick-off again in 2021. Continue reading “Harucon 2021 To Celebrate Israel’s “Love” For Japanese Anime And Video Game Culture Next Spring”

A Bit More Life Before We Get Amai Back, Perhaps?

Humankind and Mother Nature on a collision course barely turns out well, especially when she’s taken the form of an enormous White Wolf of the majestic kind. This time however humanity prevails, if only for the time being, the Wolf’s hurled into exile and the world turns into an utter mess anyway. Continue reading “A Bit More Life Before We Get Amai Back, Perhaps?”