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asyumaro



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 12:01 am    Post subject: Japanese good culture and bad culture Reply with quote

Hi, I am a Japanese college student girl and I love Japanese animation culture.

I like especially comics for boys. For example, “Haikyu!!”, “Gintama”, “Kuroko’s Basketball” etc…They excite me and make me laugh. Ofcource I like comics for girls too. For example “Black Butler”, “War of Library”,”Kimi ni Todoke” etc.…They set my heart pounding and make me happy.



Last year, animation movie “Kiminonawa” (English title is “Your Name”) became a big hit in Japan. Like this, Japanese Animation has become popular more and more.

But, a number of Japanese people don’t think good at people who like animation.
And some people are hiding they like animation.
I think this is example of Japanese bad culture.
From the far past, Japan hate different nature and extinguish minority.
And most Japanese people fear of being minority.
So, they don’t say their own opinion and go along with majority opinion.
I think this culture is not good for Japanese future.
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