This blog carnival is now CLOSED.

Welcome to another blog carnival! I hereby declare the 14th Fujinsei Blog Carnival OPENShare your best posts and have fun meeting and connecting with our fellow bloggers. New participants are always welcome. Please don’t forget to read the following rules to avoid your submission from getting deleted. Thank you!

Duration: October 2 to October 8 (Monday-Sunday)

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 blog carnival will close on October 8 (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 13th 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!

/Wild Arria fled/

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Published by Arria Cross

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24 replies on “[CLOSED] 14th Fujinsei Blog Carnival: All Otaku Bloggers Welcome!”

  1. It’s my first time at the Carnival. Thank you Arria for hosting this. I rarely write about anime since I usually focus on live-action dramas and movies. My blog is a place where I dump my unorganized thoughts, random raves and rants whereas my Creators page is a bit more structured and informative. So here’s my blog post that redirects to my Creators page where I wrote a list of anime characters voiced by one of my favorite Japanese actors and seiyus, Kamiki Ryunosuke.
    Please check out both my blog and my Creators’ page. Hopefully, you’d find a post that you like. Thanks. ^_^

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  2. “Orange” is Sweet & Sour, Yet All the More Beautiful

    For my OWLS post last September, I tackled the complexities and worries that surround the friends of a young boy who is fighting depression and suicidal thoughts. It can be hard to reach out to others, and I considered the viewpoint of what it’s like to be that person helping another off the ground. If the anime or manga “Orange” ever made you curious in the past, consider checking out this spoiler free look into the wonderful title!

    Thank you Arria for hosting the Carnival once again—it’s been quite a while since my last stop here~!!

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  3. Oh I almost forgot about this! I wanted to put a post up but I’m not sure if it would be in line with the guidelines as some could consider it overly offensive even though it’s satire. So instead I’ll do something else.

    Top 5 Evil Anime Characters who will destroy you

    I discuss 5 evil anime characters, most of which you might have heard of but some of which might be new!

    Thank you for doing this again! I’ll have a look at some of the posts that interest me now, I’ve already seen one Sakamoto comment I’m definitely reading.

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  4. Thanks for blog carnival. 😀
    Let me paste my analysis about the certain anime, Oregairu. [Spoiler]

    Oregairu analysis – And Then, Yukinoshita Haruno Launched Operation Fire Doughnut (Part 3)

    If you want to know why Haruno calls Hayama Hayato over to the doughnut cafe and makes him hang out with two girls, this post has the answer.

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  5. Yay! I’m so glad I can participate in another one. 😀

    Love Live! is an insanely popular franchise loved by many, especially in Japan. There’s no arguing there. However, could those school idols reach a little bit higher and perform in front of millions of people around the world by being able to perform in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games ceremonies? After hearing many discussions and arguments around the Love Live fandom community, I decided to tackle this interesting topic of discussion.

    In my post, I give my reasonings on why and how the Love Live groups could be included in this massive event but also provide counter-arguments on why we have a very slim chance of seeing our school idols on worldwide television. This post is mainly aimed towards people who enjoy the Love Live series but I bet others can get something out of this interesting write-up. Please enjoy it! 🙂

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  6. I just started out my own aniblog although it’s stometimes go astray to become my interest blog but I would like to join in!

    Title: “[REVIEW] Exhibit: K THE EXHIBITION -KINGS-”
    About: If anyone is interested in knowing how anime exhibits are done with regards to K Project, feel free to read my review/report of their latest exhibition last September with special guest cosplayer, KANAME.

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  7. While manga and anime often share a far better relationship than Western comics and live action adaptions do, it’s still fun to compare the source material and animated version sometimes. With that in mind, I wanted to tackle the similiarities and differences between the first two Flying Witch collections and the first half of the anime series. So, I give you …

    ‘Manga vs. Anime: Flying Witch’.

    Liked by 3 people

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