Well, it’s been… a long time since I wrote to you all!
A lot of things have happened — Cosplay Mania (and the Konomi Suzuki concert), Sally Amaki (YES), and now I’m into my one-day break before getting in a two-week work sh*tstorm. Here’s what I will share to you now:
- The -ber months are really hectic — from events related to Customer Experience to Creative Culture, I’ll be immersing the next two weekends working in the field, then take a weekend off and then get my hands to work again for a trade fair at the Megatrade Hall.
- I got a lot of anime on my backlog that I plan to finish watching before I get to the first episodes of SideM, Kino’s Journey (because Aochan), and some new series that I got but haven’t gone through.
- If you don’t see any posts here, check my YouTube. I occasionally post stuff there, and I’m about to make a quick video on the BGC Bus. I also set the Habal-habal Diaries playlist as a series on my YouTube and I hope that it’s a working testament of how horrible traffic in my neck of the woods is today.
- If someone goes to Japan, ask them to get leaflets as pasalubong — like what I asked Chad of The Reimaru Files during his stay there for the Tokyo Game Show (see the stuff here).
- Namaste Snake is probably the pinnacle of wotagei (next to DAYS OF DASH), and so I am compiling a playlist of videos for documentation, dubbed as the Namaste Snake Playlist. Of course this is a joke (I am, for getting into this) — the thing is, all of us expected to wotagei responsibly, and by doing the Namaste Snake in a live, you are bound to be called the trashiest of trash and by any chance get served and punched. Please do it outside the live with your friends.
- Kemono Friends is dead (?). The next day after I posted this, KADOKAWA did the Seiyuu Shield. Like you, I am angered too. A few days later, a protest has been set at the offices of KADOKAWA. Days after that, we got good news. Hoping that continues on a positive note.
With these notes stated, for one last time, here’s the OTHER Chihaya Kisaragi. Good day to all, and see you in the next events — probably in December. ARUKOOOOO — before I get cut into pieces, this is by far the most powerful moment I’ve seen in THE [email protected]’s live concerts.