This blog carnival is now CLOSED.

It’s that time again, folks! I know that many of you have been waiting for so long for this blog carnival, since we didn’t have one last month. Fret no more, my friends, because I hereby declare the 12th Fujinsei Blog Carnival OPEN! Share your best posts and don’t forget to enjoy connecting with our fellow bloggers. All new participants are welcome. Don’t be shy! Please don’t forget to read the following rules to avoid your submission from getting deleted.  Thank you.

Duration: June 5 to June11

Rules of Participation:

  1. This carnival is OPEN ONLY to individuals who have blog posts about anime, manga, or anything related to Japanese culture and media, and of course the otaku world.
  2. Share the link to a specific blog post at the comment section below, NOT just your blog address.  Include title of blog post and a short description of your post.  It must be about anime, manga, or anything related to Japanese culture and media, and the otaku world. It doesn’t have to be a recent post.
  3. Only 1 link per blogger.
  4. Please visit at least one participant’s link; don’t just leave yours and move on.  This carnival is intended to foster a give-and-take relationship.
  5. If you wish to comment on a post, please visit the participant’s blog and comment there, not here.
  6. Shared blog posts must be decent.  No overly offensive materials.
  7. Participants who violate any or all of the above rules will be deleted from this carnival without any warning. This rule should be enough.

This blog carnival will close on June 11 (Sunday).  If you miss this carnival or have another blog post you want to share, feel free to participate on the next carnival which I will host again next month.

After this blog carnival ends, I will compile my favourite submissions into a “Best Posts Round-Up”.  Check out the previous one → “Best Posts Round-Up of the 11th Fujinsei Blog Carnival”

Please note that I’m not making you feel obligated to subscribe to any of the participants’ blogs, although I’m sure that they’ll greatly appreciate it if you do.  Feel free to subscribe only to those you liked.  My main purpose for hosting this carnival is for us otaku bloggers to have the chance to connect with each other.

De wa, go forth and explore each other’s blogs to your hearts’ content.  All otaku bloggers unite!


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Published by Arria Cross

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35 replies on “[CLOSED] 12th Fujinsei Blog Carnival: All Otaku Bloggers Welcome!”

  1. I’m cutting it close for the last day… hahaha!

    The title is “Androids in a fictional setting compared to reality”

    It’s pretty much a comparison to how androids are depicted in anime and games to androids being hypothesized by real professionals in the field. I cite how most depictions on androids in anime and games are not really the best and how would androids operate in real life if they were to exist.


    Hope you people find it interesting as much as I do. 🙂

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  2. Happy Carnival everyone! Thanks again as always for hosting this great event Arria!

    This month I’m doing something a little different and examining my own progress as a consumer of media from my formative years up to the present day and how the things I loved as a child have interacted to lead me to a new interest: tokusatsu shows and Ultraman in particular:

    This post aims to demonstrate how nostalgia can mean more than just going back to old things; it can be used as a tool to expand horizons and discover new properties to become a fan of. Enjoy!

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  3. Thanks for hosting this again Cross Sensei. Many blessings for you.

    My post of titled Is Goku Trash or Nah? Its basically me answering this question.

    Thanks for hosting another carnival. I appreciate the love and support that you show the community.

    My post this around is about Goku. Its a discussion based piece.

    Thanks Cross Sensei

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  4. I always look at the blog carnival without posting anything, but I guess it’s time for me to also share, since I’ve already bought a website and time to really commit in making it bigger 🙂 thanks Arria!

    5 Exciting Eras of Art Style in Anime

    It covers the different anime eras that went by. There’s an even amount of pictures and text but migrating it to the new website made the pictures a little bit larger than they used to be.

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  5. YES I’m finally in time for this one! I’ll be sharing a post from the OWLS Colors blog tour called “Tales of Symphonia Orchestrates Racial Harmony by Overcoming Great Tragedy.” It’s exactly how it sounds, so if you love the Tales franchises’ Symphonia then check it out! It was a fun write considering that it was one of the first anime I’d ever watched!

    Here’s the link:

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  6. Thank you again for doing these Arria! I’ve actually found two of my favorite bloggers from there posts on previous Blog Carnivals!

    Title: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya in Real Life

    Anyways, for my second Blog Carnival, I’d like to share my post from when I went to Nishinomiya, the city that The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya takes place in. I feature a lot of pictures of the places from the show side-by-side with the places in real life.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Tsuki ga Kirei | The Pastel Distinctiveness of Character

    A full post on the achievements of Tsuki ga Kirei from this season. I’ve written a post on the first four episodes last month, which I recommend you check out first before this MUCH more beefier, detailed post on the next four episodes.

    The show is an absolute sleeper hit, and deserves more attention from romance fans in general. That is, if you enjoy a show that is totally devoid of cynicism and is almost naive in how sentimental and cute it can get.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. “Characterization through music – An examination of Kill la Kill’s character themes”

    Within Hiroyuki Sawano’s awesome score for the anime series Kill la Kill, there is a considerable amount of songs composed for specific characters; in fact, the majority of the main cast each have their own distinct character theme. This post is a look at how these themes reflect and help emphasize the traits and personalities of their respective characters, as I go through each song and examine their compositional and arrangement qualities and compare it to the cast.

    As always, I’m really looking forward to reading everyone else’s stuff. These carnivals are so much fun.

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  9. This is a really great idea! I’ve discovered many blogs that I now visit regularly by reading your previous carnivals, and I’ve finally decided to give it a shot.

    So, here goes nothing:

    My review of Saga of Tanya the Evil’s last episode

    The Salaryman who became Tanya throws down the gauntlet against an unjust god. Can a human prevail against an unjust god — on the unjust god’s home field? I know who my money’s on!

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  10. An in-depth anime analysis I’m very proud of: The narrative and theatrical themes of Sailor Moon S/Infinity. I explore themes such as the sci-fi
    elements of the villains, the father-and-daughter relationship between Hotaru and Souichi, the conflicts and divided of the Inner and Outer Scouts, and much more! Please check it out!

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Excellent! It’s Carnival time! I was torn between two posts this month, but i’m going with this one.

    My annual Crunhyroll of the Dice tournament sees me pick random show and pair them up for ‘episode battles’. After each battle, the series with the highest total score moves on to the next round, single elimination tournament style.

    Round one, based around S1E1 for the participants is currently running, and this was the second of the four matches: Flip Flappers vs. Plastic Memories.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Thankyou for hosting this again !! This awesome carnival to our awesome as pie ARRIA !!

    Water boys and their ties [Free]

    As part of my 300 followers celebration a while back. My followers got to vote 5 anime for me to review and watch. Free was one of those and This review was more of I wanna describe as defending this judged service

    Hope you enjoy XD

    Liked by 6 people

  13. Yay the 12th blog carnival is here! I am glad to participate. This post I’m going to share is a pretty short impression.
    “Pokemon the Series: Sun & Moon (Season 20) Episode 1 Impression”

    It’s a short, spoiler-free, impression of the first episode review of the recent Pokemon anime Sun and Moon.

    Liked by 2 people

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