Anime Expo posted to their social media that I will be a performing guest this year!View More Stephanie Yanez is back at Anime Expo plus exclusive interviews with Phoebe Chan and Diana Garnet!
Miracle Girls is a Magical Girl Japanese manga and anime released in 1993. Tokyopop licensed the manga for English release in North America.View More On the Hunt for Obscure Retro Anime Games
Even if you didn’t grow up in the 80s and 90s you can now watch many of these series on RetroCrush which is a streaming service dedicated to the Golden era of anime.View More Retro Anime and City Pop Vinyl On The Rise
Although many of us can’t travel to Japan yet, we can have a bit of Japan in our own backyard. I can’t wait to see more and more Japanese arcades opening up here in the States as well as worldwide.View More Japanese Arcades sweeping the US
Who are the famous Japanese YouTubers? Here are trendy Japanese YouTubers!View More How many names do you know? -Here are trendy Japanese YouTubers!!-
This past weekend I went to Little Tokyo to meet up with my friend Mizucat who is a Semirealism & Manga style artist from Germany.View More Little Tokyo’s Secret Retro Anime Collectors Heaven
had the honor of being invited by Sanrio for a special private event in Los Angeles to celebrate the launch of the official Sanrio live stream show hosted by JapanLA on Popshop Live.View More JapanLA Sanrio Supershow On Popshop Live Launch Party
The ice cream shops name is inspired from the Japanese word Tsundere. A tsundere is a character usually depicted in anime that switches from being cold towards a love interest into being sweet.View More Anime-inspired Ice Cream Shop Tsun Scoops throws Valentine’s Event Sweetheart Symphony
O-kashi Sweets Japan by Japan Tacom in Little Tokyo is a special pop-up where you can sample to your hearts content.View More Japanese Sweets And Snacks Pop-Up O-kashi Sweets In Little Tokyo
. I had the honor of performing on my birthday/NYE in Little Tokyo for Oomisoka for the Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Southern California and the Japan Expo Foundation.View More NYE in Little Tokyo for Oomisoka!
“Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train”, which is a theatrical version of the manga “Kimetsu no Yaiba” by Koyoharu Gotoge, has surpassed “Spirited Away” (31.68 billion yen) to set a new record for box office revenue in Japan, making history.View More Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train